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"paul page" Discussed on The Corner

The Corner

04:47 min | 4 months ago

"paul page" Discussed on The Corner

"So we get to the pay per view portion of card. Tommy Fieri. Opening it up against from all accounts. Seems to be a decent fighter. And I don't have my pronunciation guide yet. Stats and info get on your jobs. But it's Daniel, both jansky. I don't know. Or it could be a chance. Daniel, but jansky. So it's fighting. Tommy Fury. And decent fun. It's a real boxer. Something they accuse someone else claimed. Another potential opponent at some future time. Yes. So Tommy Fury has to look more impressive than he was his past two outings. What he has to do. If he can land a knockout, even better, I don't think he will. It's a 6 round fight. I expected to go to the cards. I don't think there's any way this man loses a decision. No way. There's no chance. That's what he can't. I mean, he can't, after all the stuff he's been talking about with because he's been the one now chirping, but Jake Paul being like, no, he needs me. Whichever one is still like, sure about that. I mean, they need each other, right? Well, I feel like that Batman enjoys it. I do feel like the narrative has shifted a little bit since Jake Paul knocked out Tyrone woodley. I feel like, yes, there is still fight a boxer. That's still going to be like the narrative, but like him now beating a legitimate fighter twice and then obviously the second time being in very impressive fashion in one of the knockouts of the year, not going to a year, according to ESPN rings. I don't know if that necessarily gave him credibility, but at least a lot of people to go like, okay, this is a thing. I think even going into that, there was still trepidation of like, is this really a thing? How long can this be a thing? And now Jake Paul's here to stay. So in that sense, yeah, Tommy, Tommy has more to lose here because if he does go to if it's a boring fight, or it's even it's a decision. He's going to get shit. Yeah. And suddenly, suddenly then that almost hurts the case for, I thought they would give him a tougher fighter. I thought they would give him easier for us. Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes. But no, Daniel might just be tough by record. By reputation, right? Like, we don't know much about him. It might be someone where physically, Tommy should beat him. But when you're opening the pay per view card, as they say, it's time to shit or get off the pot. You need a knockout. You get a knockout, you probably get that Jake Paul page. A 100%, yes. Yes. Pretty sure August, main event, showtime pay per view versus Jake Paul is getting. Yeah. So, the weight of the world is on your shoulders. Go out and deliver. Because in the main event, that's what your brother does every time. And in this one half brother. Tyson Fury Dylan white main event. This is odd because going into this fight. Heavyweight fights every time giving me butterflies anyway, right? Just like watching them from ringside and everything like it's hard for your stomach not to turn a little bit. There's so much on the line. Looking at this though, like if you look through dilly and white's resume all right, knocked out Alexander wein after you just had COVID and had a crazy camp and it was horrible and the man's 42 years old. Knocked out in his last fight. For then, upset by Praveen, caught the uppercut from hell. Right. To lose the interim fight, and the only reason he hasn't gotten a shot since. So before then, Marius wash, unanimous decision ten rounds. Oscar rivas, unanimous decision 12 rounds. Rematch with Derek josuah knocked him out in the 11th round. Joseph Parker, who's training with Tyson Fury. I believe right now. B Joseph Parker, nano's decision, 12 rounds..

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"paul page" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:01 min | 10 months ago

"paul page" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Died in a chopper crashing In his case what happened was they got too close to a fire Oh and it sucked a man and that was that was it And I think that was 74 And K PRC So if it was also another one on Charleston WCS CEO I know the list is the list is that when I was a wibc the chopper went down fortunately nobody died but Paul page was injured so yeah Yeah it's unfortunate to say the least It doesn't happen as much anymore Thank God Yeah And I have no you know anymore used to be the stations would individually do it I have no idea if that's the case now or you know if they I know once metro traffic started and other companies like that they kind of pooled together I have no idea how that's done anymore You know I don't know at least I think it's called CT and central or community in traffic network and there'll be one person in the helicopter or the plane that will fly for several stations Right that's something airplane Yeah right and that's a better deal all the way around It's so good to hear from you I want you to call me again Good luck on that baby Thanks for having me All right All right so yeah I wonder we haven't heard from Donovan We got James We got time We got you on WGN radio Care has the power to bring kindness where it's needed It brings out the best in every one of us It doesn't just see people It takes time to understand them It puts the needs of others ahead of its own And when you start with care you end up with a very different kind of bank.

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"paul page" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"paul page" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The XB dot com Elio Castroneves wins it for the fourth time Alex below his second side, but Paget was third Pato Award is fourth. Garbage was fifth Sandino Ferrucci a six stage cara. Miss 73 to speak is 81 Montoya is Knife. Sage caramels Start. Tony Kanaan. We should say is 10th Marcus Eriksen is 11th Joseph New Garden 12 Counter daily 13th Takuma Sato 14 chair Hildebrand 15th. Holt unheard of 16th, Scott Dixon 17th, Jack Harvey, 18th 19th Marco Andretti. 20th Scott. Look, Laughlin. James Hinchcliffe, 21st 22nd to Ryan Hunter. Rey 23rd, Lap Down. Don't kill it. Max Chilton 24th vehicle for the polity. 25th 26 Sebastian Board A Felix Rosenquist 27 28 at Jones two laps down. Alexander Rossi and 29. Three left out Willpower 30th out of the race. 31st Sabata de Silvestro 32nd grabbed Ray home. Stephanie Wilson 33rd daughter Daily lead twice for 40 laps Alex Below lead six times for 35 laps. Reedus VK live three times for 32 last Elio Castro Deva has led seven times for 20 laps. Lot of award led four times for 17 biggest gainers. Other day saves Karen Plus 24 pads, You know, plus 23 Santiago Ferrucci, plus 17 Juan Montoya plus 15 Joseph New Garden, plus nine They were 3rd 13 leaders. 36 lead changes just two cautions for 18 lapses. We head to Detroit a couple of weeks. Alex below as a lead of second place got Dixon of 36 Points and Pato Award is 37 points back. Simon Pagina was crawled into contention now. He is 47 points back. Congratulate our winner Helio Castroneves, most deserving four time champion for 32. Others. The 364 Day Wait begins physically, but mentally, the pursuit begins immediately. Thanks to all who provided us with access to their incredible talents today, all the deserving every accolades and are humbled by them by thanks to my family for their unwavering support throughout this journey, thanks to Monrovia High School for the sport as well, You're where this journey began. Lastly, Thanks to sit. Collins flew Palmer, Paul Page, my King and Bob Jenkins for creating this tradition of unparalleled broadcasting excellence. We hope.

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"paul page" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"paul page" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Little pet shop boys. Come back to the Rush Limbaugh show. I'm Derek Hunter sitting in it's open line Friday. 800 to 82282. People are very, very kind at the hole and I will do my best to get to all of you. We go back to the phones because it is open line Friday. We start up in Burlington, Vermont with Paul. Thank you for holding Paul. Page, Eric. Happy Thanksgiving. Happy things I want to, um Would agree with your point that I don't think 80 million Americans looked at Joe Biden and said, We want him sensing what happened was, I think 80 million Americans looked at President Trump and said. You don't want him so That, I think explains the outcome a deal. Do you really think that many though, Because I could buy some of it. I'd buy five million. I bet it you know, that's fine. President Trump is one thing President Trump does not inspire is indifference, Paul, So I'll give you that. But 15,000,080 million people more than Barack Obama by double digit by 10 million room or said. I gotta go against him that we didn't see that kind of bump against Obama from Republicans. It's just there's a bump, but not that big of a bump. There was more of a drop in his support from await to 12. You really think that 80 million people with? I got to get rid of this guy? Because what? Let me ask you this. I assume you're up in Vermont. You got Bernie Sanders up there and you're putting this for Were you one of those 80 million people who said I gotta vote against this guy? Um Woz. Okay, We're all friends here. It's fine. Of course. Now. What did Donald Trump do That so upset you that you said I've got to get rid of this guy. Well, I didn't vote for him last time either. Okay, but you see you skip to the Let's just say you skipped to the polls this time. Okay? Okay. Yeah, well, I think there's a number of things. I think some of the norms that you talked about earlier clearly upset some people. But when I talked about those, we'll go buy one of my one by one. But when I said those norms, those norms were not destroyed by Donald Trump. He didn't come out and start calling everybody Hitler. Yeah, that's kind of an important norm that was destroyed Long before Donald Trump came down the escalator. But I think to refer the press is the enemy of the people I think is is unsettling. I think it's important that we have but you acknowledge. Yeah, he said, impresses the enemy of the people who actually said fake news is the enemy of the people. But He did nothing about it for all the pearl clutching over, always a threat to the First Amendment. He didn't do anything to the press. He didn't push any legislation. He didn't sign name the executive orders that had to be overturned for violating the First Amendment while Barack Obama actually spied on 20. Associated Press reporters phones he actually went through James Rosen. Fox News is parents email to find sources. So saying something is one thing I know this Texas but the sticks and stones doctrine. Compared to Obama, who did something? Why didn't it bother you that Obama did something? Why do you bother you so much that just Donald Trump call them the fake news enemy of the people. Well, Donald Trump wasn't running against Barack Obama. I understand that, But did you did you vote for Mitt Romney and 2012? I did not. I did not. I'm like I said, I'm in Vermont. Bernie Sanders. Okay, Paul. It's a perfectly acceptable answer to say it's my team. I don't care. It's an honest answer. I grew up loving the Red Wings and I hated Chris Chelios is a hell of a defenseman for the Chicago Blackhawks hated him. He was so good, Then he became a red wing, and I loved him. I get it. It's the my team philosophy. It's okay to give that answer. Yeah, No, I think I think for a lot of people well again, I can speak for myself. I think for me it started with Donald Trump's racist birther movement with which to me, was racism, plain and simple and clearly again going back to you know these 25 some of women that accused him of sexual Assault. That's just I mean, I just have a real problem with that. I think I think it's you voted for Joe Biden, right? Yeah, but, you know, I don't think anybody accused Joe Biden of quite what Donald Trump. Would you buy terror reads book. She's got a book. She's the one who accused him of what would constitute definition legal definition of rape. Definitely sexual assault. And she actually had contemporaneous evidence at the time. There's also allegedly are reports you filed in the Senate at the time back in 1993 that is sealed in the University of Delaware in Biden's papers that he would not any allow anybody to look at that Give you pause it all Paul Well, Yeah, I certainly didn't understand why those records weren't opened up. You know? I mean, there's no library. Seems to me that they should be open, but But again, I think you couldn't. Maybe guess why. Well, I mean, why isn't Donald Trump release of taxes? Can we get it's okay, Look, you don't have to do. What about is, um, you could say it's my team. I I care more. Well, you know, it is. It is okay. Let's just see that's perfectly fair. It's I don't agree with it, but it's perfectly fair that you say it. I'm not going to judge you for saying it. I appreciate the honesty were literally up against the clock, Paul. I spent a lot of time with you. I appreciate it. We had a civil conversation. Nobody called anybody. A Nazi. Even though you probably are. No, I'm just kidding. You're listening to the Rush Limbaugh show on Derek Hunter sitting and we'll be right back. You're listening to the EI Be network. He's a stone cold.

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"paul page" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"paul page" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

"Mary all of those all nice fish on this see talent and smart and this. Leads more. Nikki Passer. Drink wait. Shokhin last will mary safe to say that this season is officially madness. They sent Matt Amandus Oh. Yeah well, I mean I. I feel like if we did the digging in, we look through all seasons and episodes of drag race like this running theme is something about getting rid of your signature thing. You know you're. Whatever Lake Your signature thing let's go with that. And then that ends up being like the downfall I mean I don't know. I guess the first thing I think of is Derek Barry in in season eight Oh my God that's the first one I. wrote down the next one I wrote down was Max and his gray hair yes that's the other one. Solid example. Yeah. So it it felt like we said this last week I said it last week like. There's only so many narratives on drag race you know and so not that doesn't have its own nuances and its own originality but. It's like, oh. Yeah. This is the thing that happens on drag race in general you now, right? Right. The used this kind of convenience I mean. Say What you want about. The WHO went home, but this entire challenge was hard to judge in general right I'm talking about the challenge. So so let's just put that aside, put a pin in it Mickey and talking about the runway. Okay. I get it. Yeah, the black dress was a little basic This did sort of look like an episode to should go home look You know what? I mean there was just didn't it the proportions the just the overall silhouette shape of this whole look was it looked It looked like she should go home in it. Yeah at that point I thought you know this and kind of Nice about it is even she says in the episode Kinda Relieved. When CI went home and all stars three was like you know, I think we all collectively are okay with this you know it doesn't feel as tragic as other exits because even. Cry I just not not today. Grow. Lake. So I'm a big enough girl to know that this. This was my dad city. City and I am okay with that you know and I just think that madness was oh Chichi. I just think that. Madness was kind of a feeling of like yeah. I think I I was I was just done having fun. I you know it's interesting because I do want to talk about the lip sync after I mentioned this but. I'm a little disappointed in I call it madness that she's gone home because we're now left with the top six that. I feel. Is just too similar like they all look their aesthetics are a little too similar I'm not I kind of appreciate it that there was different drag perspectives. On other seasons of drag race at at least top three has very distinct kind of types or different perspectives and. The top six. Now I'm Kinda like, yeah. I see how one's a comedy Queen One's pretty one short one stall like I get that but they all kind of blend are starting to blend instill for me. Right? There's maybe two that stand out one of them stands out because she's so tall the other one. The other one stands out because Chelsea boy is just presenting something on a completely different level. than the rest and then you know obviously, Cetera gene is maybe the third because of the comedy. But I thought Madame Amandus was just an interesting thing to have on the runway at different. Work of art to showcase and I am a little disappointed that it wasn't maybe top five you know. I hear what you're saying. Yeah I mean I think for me like Cetera gene certainly stands out. And Mama Queen certainly stands. Head and shoulders out above the giants up don't. What does she stand up? Yeah, I I I could not believe it like her next to abby. Oh. Shit. Oh. My God you could repel off of her and so but I think. Repel. Like when you when you have the rope and you're going down the side of. Pal right down on Palais right. Right right repelling. Force But I think. Where there's I think there's nuances between the three of them but I think that genie envy and abby are all kind of moving towards the same aesthetic when they get into drag and I feel like I saw some new things about envy this week that made her stand out a little bit more for me. You know. It's yeah. I hear what you're saying. It's nice to see some some more diverse voices or types of drag. But I think I am still getting enough variety center gene and Chelsea. Boy and WHO's the other one mom? Yeah, well, so like at this point, you know it's kind of like between Janey envy and abby one room in the back for one. He's Toyota. Tercel only takes only many drag queens you know yeah, we're going to be. Who has a on his mom telling Moore to get out of the car? Yeah. I have a massage table in the bag. Crystals are back there having a having. You. Rubbing off on them what I think of those three I, feel like envy rises to the talk shows I can't stop thinking about that look that she did of the comic book, Look Like Omar. Impeccable Really Envy Oh my God on my God. Exactly. I you know the other thing I wanted to mention is this lip sync before we jump into this episode Send them all like honestly I love that there was that moment by the way Yeah I love Nicole. ROKACH's reference. Totally right totally. McCall page. My name is the call. My name is Nicole. Paul page. So. Mary can I just say something really controversial They I would have sent them all home after this. Goddamn..

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"paul page" Discussed on podnews

podnews

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"paul page" Discussed on podnews

"Yes. . The next Gaston Joe Rogan could be the current president of the United States, , Donald Trump, , and the man who wants to be the next one Joe Biden in a tweet trump welcomes the idea of a four hour debate with Rogan in his studio. . He doesn't mention the presence of we'd go. . spotify has gene cheat to oversee podcast deals for the company. . She comes from paramount pictures, , podcast deals like the one given to Joe Rogan made the stock value in spotify jump by more than fifty percent. . Advertising, , podcasts more than double Z. money according to new data pod sites giving an average return of two dollars. . Forty two for every dollar spent anchor says it's cracking down on stolen podcasts after news broke a story last month that many top podcasts were being pirated on the service. . The copycats might mean, , Yano says found a workaround in anchors detection system according to the story we've reported a separate loophole to the company. . Cabana at large podcast studio will be in the next striking digital podcast metrics report for the US. . The companies have announced. . Cabana has over one hundred and sixty five podcasts. . podcast host art nineteen has an ounce more tools for podcast modernization including international sales, , attribution tracking, , and support for vast NPR got into podcasting because of a chance discussion in the staff canteen according to Eric Newsom who's written a piece. . About the history of podcasting at the broadcaster Paul Page has added a voicemail feature to its podcast websites both free and paid listeners can leave voicemail, which , is then sent to podcast hosts, , Saas I a super APP for Africa that includes digital payments ride hailing instant messaging, , and a WIFI finder has added podcasts to its service as well as listening to many different shows. . It also acts as a podcast. . Some indy shows earning five figure and you'll run rates on red circles says CEO Mike Cayden responding in Reddit Query Air Plug claims it's the UK's first PR agency focused solely on podcast promotion. . They offer packages to launch and promote individuals shows, , and the Australian podcast awards has announced their partners for twenty twenty where one of them and I am an organizer. . AND INFOCOMM SKEWS on Oxford Road presents the divided states of media. . Tomorrow is Katie Hertzog host of blocked and reported. . I'm totally free. She . says because I'm not dependent on a paycheck from anybody else our podcast is funded totally through Patriot. . So we don't have corporate sponsors yet our funders or all fans of the show Nice if you can, , and for the love of podcast has pop music editor James. . Credit. . That's me as a guest. . The show promises trends, , misconceptions, , advice, , and this aloof British accent

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Joe Rogan's next guest?

podnews

02:59 min | 2 years ago

Joe Rogan's next guest?

"Yes. The next Gaston Joe Rogan could be the current president of the United States, Donald Trump, and the man who wants to be the next one Joe Biden in a tweet trump welcomes the idea of a four hour debate with Rogan in his studio. He doesn't mention the presence of we'd go. spotify has gene cheat to oversee podcast deals for the company. She comes from paramount pictures, podcast deals like the one given to Joe Rogan made the stock value in spotify jump by more than fifty percent. Advertising, podcasts more than double Z. money according to new data pod sites giving an average return of two dollars. Forty two for every dollar spent anchor says it's cracking down on stolen podcasts after news broke a story last month that many top podcasts were being pirated on the service. The copycats might mean, Yano says found a workaround in anchors detection system according to the story we've reported a separate loophole to the company. Cabana at large podcast studio will be in the next striking digital podcast metrics report for the US. The companies have announced. Cabana has over one hundred and sixty five podcasts. podcast host art nineteen has an ounce more tools for podcast modernization including international sales, attribution tracking, and support for vast NPR got into podcasting because of a chance discussion in the staff canteen according to Eric Newsom who's written a piece. About the history of podcasting at the broadcaster Paul Page has added a voicemail feature to its podcast websites both free and paid listeners can leave voicemail, which is then sent to podcast hosts, Saas I a super APP for Africa that includes digital payments ride hailing instant messaging, and a WIFI finder has added podcasts to its service as well as listening to many different shows. It also acts as a podcast. Some indy shows earning five figure and you'll run rates on red circles says CEO Mike Cayden responding in Reddit Query Air Plug claims it's the UK's first PR agency focused solely on podcast promotion. They offer packages to launch and promote individuals shows, and the Australian podcast awards has announced their partners for twenty twenty where one of them and I am an organizer. AND INFOCOMM SKEWS on Oxford Road presents the divided states of media. Tomorrow is Katie Hertzog host of blocked and reported. I'm totally free. She says because I'm not dependent on a paycheck from anybody else our podcast is funded totally through Patriot. So we don't have corporate sponsors yet our funders or all fans of the show Nice if you can, and for the love of podcast has pop music editor James. Credit. That's me as a guest. The show promises trends, misconceptions, advice, and this aloof British accent

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"paul page" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:21 min | 2 years ago

"paul page" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Left to go in the 500 Michael is slowing. The rest of the field is coming past Michael call from Paul Page in 1992. Michael Andretti never sat on the pole, either, but he holds the record for most laps led in the 500 by a driver never to win the race. His son, Marco has also come close several times came within yards of winning. It is a 19 year old in 2006, but he also was third three times after that, and fourth one. Marco Andretti sits on the pole this time around, he says, This is his best chance ever to win the 500. Kirk Darling 93 Double D, Y B. C on race day and Kurt. He gets to the pole with 231 MPH in just a little shade over that just edging out Scott Dixon and he is standing by now with our great Rakestraw has had the opportunity to speak with him. He is better known as the pole sitter for the 2020 Indianapolis 500 Mile race. It is Marco Andretti that joins us now, Marco, It's Greg. Great strong with you. How you doing, man? I'm doing great. Been a heck of a week. At what point in time. Did you realize Hey I've got a really fast racecar for this month, but we rolled off quick in the first hurdle at the speedway speed. Handa and Honda brought it with the horsepower and the US concrete boys put together a heck of a bullet for me, So we've just been Steady on We have been at the top three all. Ah, you know, a week and then you know, the last 34 days. We've been quickest. Every time we go out on track. I mean, it's been a dream, so I'm not going to try to assess it too much. When you're a driver out there, you know, it's it's impossible for the untrained naked eye to see the difference in saying somebody going to 29 somebody going to 31. What? What signifies those things to you as a guy that's not done this for 15 years. Well, I mean, you know when you're actually driving once Europe over 202 10 to 20 you start to actually feel the difference of a mile an hour. You know, you get to see the red light and it feels a bit quicker, but The difference between me and Scott Dixon that's like almost unmeasurable, So I'm so happy. We're on the better end of that. Obviously, you dream of winning the 500, not necessarily the 500 pole. But what does the ability to start this race? Front row C inside position? What does that mean for you? I think there's going to be one of them. The more Ah track position dependent races. So you know, the first hurdle is qualifying, You know, so we have the track position to start. Now my job to keep it and you know, it's just going to have to be. Ah, you no good in and out left good pit stops and, you know, good restarts. And then he's going to be an element of Ah, unknown going to be thrown out all of us. Hopefully I, you know better than others, And then there's going to be the element of if the stars were goingto line. I'm a luck standpoint or not, And you know, all we can do is do everything in our power to maximize and were able to do that. We might be in the 500. Lot of your friends were very cool towards you in the paddock yesterday. It was really cool to see Scott Dixon. Takuma Sato, the Penske guys and others immediately make it a point to say. Hey, congratulations. What was that feeling like? I mean, when you're when you're able to get your respect, he appears and your competitors. I mean, it's so humbling is so special and I think a lot of them have witnessed me going through a lot of heartbreak in this sport and just coming up short and dominating races and having something happened and so You don't see it that often So I was really, really honored. There is not a shortage of very talented people that are going to be in your ear over the course of the next few days. Whether it's your dad, whether it's your grandfather, you do have a guy like Bryan Herta, that works with you on a regular basis and some very talented teammates that have won this race as well. Who is the person? You will likely talked to the most between now and Sunday? Um I don't know. I think I worked really closely with Brian heard, I think when, when Meet him in my engineer execute and we end up We end up bringing the whole the whole team along with what we're doing. You know, if we just I find we do our best work when You know, we're just focusing on our own program. You know, I'm obviously going to be a sponge when I talked to my dad and grandfather and stuff, but Yeah. I mean, we've been working really good within the 98. You have dreamed this dream for so long before even kind of cognitively thought about it. But now that here we are your on the pole, you're going to lead the field to the green flag. Can you begin to put into words what it would mean if you're the first guy to see the checkered flag about three hours after that, I know my answer for that, though he's been I'm not sure what it's gonna feel like you might be more than a few grown men cry would be would be pretty awesome because of how close we've been out dominant. We've been in the family, but but you just come up. Short. So, um, yeah, I would just be unbelievable. What would it have been like? If there were fans that could have roared inside of the facility. When you win that pole? Maybe you could hear some of the ones that were outside of the track that we're cheering for you. So just your thoughts on on again What This has been like to do this at a virtually empty Indianapolis Motor Speedway. It's definitely different. It's a double edged sword. Because, selfishly Ah, um I would have loved to sell Great with fans. I think the place would have absolutely erupted and you know, but on the other hand, the alternative is we're not racing at. All right. So I think the world really need sports right now, if we could do it in a safe way with under Roger and everything. I mean, we're doing everything under the protocols and You know, so hopefully we get good viewership and we put on a good show. And then it will just be looked at as a you know, a different type of year. You know, hopefully, you know, there's a remedy for this soon and Wait. I'll get back to normal, but Marco Andretti rolling off number one Does he have the car? And we'll really the good fortune of winning his first coming up later on today. That is one of the story lines that we will be following Jeff and John pre race coverage here for the 104th running of the Indianapolis 500 continues on one of 75 93, 5, The fan and 93 W A. B C. Now I know, Thiss.

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"paul page" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"paul page" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"That would be good bye. Collins hadn't been feeling well at the end of 1976 and start of 1977. And his friends worried about his health reached out to him. Donald Davidson. Oh, it's It's sort of personal. But he said that the last time I saw him I had called up And he didn't want to see me on DH. I said while we're really concerned about you, and I talked him for a few minutes that he said, I don't want to see anybody right now. And within 234 minutes, he said. Do you know where such a such a thing is on Keystone Avenue may be there in 20 minutes, so I went over. And And hey, had not shaved, which was a real surprise, But he was all dressed up and it clearly he'd been crying. And S O I noted that I said, but I said, you know, you took the trouble to Put on a tie. And he said, Well, that's me. And he said that's How long was being and I think he just couldn't Here. The thought off. Not being able to care for himself and that people would have to trash them and wash him and all that kind of stuff and It's sort of something probably really shouldn't talk about because he was a very public person, but also very private. And hey was big about the image. And referred to himself in third person a lot and And so You know all these years later, I guess it's okay to talk about it, but I wouldn't have done it at the time on May 2nd. The shocking news came that, said Collins and extremely proud man unable to envision a future where he could not care for himself. Had taken his own life. I remember specifically, I gotta call. It was the day before the track opened. May the second On. I got a call from Jed Duvall. And hey, said at WNBC. And it probably was about 10 30 or something like that. And he said. I guess you heard about said I said no. What about said, and he said, Well, he Died this morning. And I I I don't know that I was surprised because Hey, We knew he was very despondent over his condition and what his future might be. And some of us have spent time with them. And I had just a few days before that. And it was pretty distraught. But you thought that he would pull through it. It had been widely known. That should had tabbed another WNBC employee, Paul Page to be his successor and waiting, But nobody expected Paige would need to be in the anchor chair for 1977. He was my mentor. Hey, started several years. Well, he brought me onto the network in 1974. And in 75 76. He spent a lot of time with me both here at the radio station, but also at at the track when we were doing reports and qualifying days Grooming me teaching me how to interview hopefully how to call a race What things were important how you put things together. And so, Yeah, he set me up for this and it was his specific request that I be the successor, said Collins. The voice of the 500 for almost 30 years is not here with.

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"paul page" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"paul page" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Just eat this craft to market by people. We go. Feds Levin. It's going like Tubbs and now more gingerbread. The value of Southern California says ICE has refused to use a majority of available covert 19 tests at its detention center in Atalanta. Emotion has been filed asking the judge to enforce an order from April requiring ice to follow CDC guidelines, including testing at the facility. You've got about 1900 tests sitting in a room apparently, and they're refusing to use as a CEO you attorney Jessica Vancil says. The facility's owner sent the tests enough for all staff and detainees, but nearly 300 people so far have reported symptoms of Cove it off. Those one of them has been Test in, she says Detainees call it a cover up of an outbreak at the facility. I says it can't comment on specific litigation, but CDC guidelines are being followed Corbin Carson KO Phi News. Joe Biden has chosen California Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate. Harris is the first black woman an Indian American woman to be on a major political party's presidential ticket. Here is the first time senator she ran against Biden for the Democratic nomination, even going after him a few times in the debates. Or his stance on racial issues. Ah, swarm of quakes in the Salton Sea has a chance of shaking You and me. The largest of the quake was a magnitude 4.6. Among a few magnitude fours form is occurring about eight miles south of the southern end of the San Andreas Fault, USGS geophysicist Morgan Page says scientists are forecasting a one in 100 chance of a magnitude seven being triggered in the next week, either on the San Andreas or on a nearby Paul Page says it's been a while since this section of the San Andreas generated a large earthquake over 300 years ago, who don't know the exact year, she says. The section of fault averages a big quake every couple 100 years in Pasadena, Chris and Carl. Okay, if I knew, Zach 12 commissioner Larry Scott has confirmed college sports will not happen this fall amid the Koven 19 pandemic, Scott says after reviewing all the data and considering alternatives and having already delayed the start of our season. And compressed our season CEO group was unanimous that this result at this result is decision was necessary. Scott says as long as safety conditions improve, the conference will consider a return to competition after January 1st. He also says scholarships of all impacted student athletes will be guaranteed. The Pac 12 also encouraged the to grant an extra year of eligibility to those students. On. We are headed back to Redondo Beach to check on the crash. On the four or five. This was on the South bound side coming up on eagle with Avenue. Watch out for this wreck that have been.

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"paul page" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"paul page" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The latest on businesses open and closed across Southern California. You can check out our website that's Ko Phi am 6 40 dot com The keyword is open. A swarm of quakes in the Salton Sea has a chance of shaking You and me. The largest of the quake was a magnitude 4.6. Among a few magnitude fours form is occurring about eight miles south of the southern end of the San Andreas Fault. USGS geophysicist Morgan Page. The scientists are forecasting a one in 100 chance of a magnitude seven being triggered In the next week around the San Andreas or on a nearby Paul Page says it's been a while since this section of the San Andreas generated a large earthquake over 300 years ago. We don't think that year, she says. The section of fault averages a big quake every couple 100 years in Pasadena, Chris and Carl Okay if I knew the parents of a black man who died in police custody in suburban Denver have sued police and medical officials for their son's death. Elijah McLane was stopped on the street last year in the city of Aurora by three white officers and ultimately put in a chokehold. He was given ketamine to calm him down, then later went into cardiac arrest. Colorado's attorney general says there will be a broader investigation into police in Aurora. We're going to go back now to that crashed on the 405 in Costa Mesa heads up here on the North bound side. This is coming up on Fairview, scene of an earlier cement truck that has the right lane and the off ramp off limits. Big delays here stacking up out of Irvine coming away from Jamboree. Let's check in with Mike O'Brien KF eye in the sky sponsored by injury attorneys superwoman super lawyer dot com a joke just over a brush fire in the Corona area. This is about 5 to 10 acres. It is just south of the 91 between the 91 in Green River Road. Now it's a 5 to 10 acres structures were threatened at this point. But it's quite a visual on the freeway 91 eastbound that is adding destroying way back towards imperial highway. Even the westbound side got about a miles with slowing their 2 15 South. Better. Hardly Knox Road. You got a problem. They're in the right lane that's actually road work. The off ramp and the right lane block and that's jamming up very solid from the Marino Valley together. Change injured in an accident visit superwoman super lawyer dot com Mike O'Brien High in the sky. Hey, am Pie in the sky helps get you there faster. I'm Angel Martinez this hour of the John and Ken Show is brought to you by s auto insurance specialists visit a I s insurance dot com. Today the heat is on will tell you about that next flight here from Mesa. The last few months have been tough on all of us. There's no denying that. But as we head down the road to recovery, just know that the mesa focus remains the same. Providing the highest quality service from a safe social distance at the lowest possible price Looking for new.

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"paul page" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"paul page" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Year the voices of said Collins and Paul page ripped out of the speakers ever Memorial Day Sunday it was legendary stuff well the world's great fibers cream of having their names on the board Warner's probing as champions of the Indianapolis five hundred I grew up in the shadow of the ten seven oh towers just north of the signs will exit on I. sixty five the icing on the cake is I'm putting this in error because of my professional debut came with Emmis communications because you may know the Somalian story Sam and his son Jeff their first radio station was a little AM signal daytimer called W. N. T. S. over and ramen street first radio station that I ever visit as a matter of fact I believe W. NTS that stood for weather news talk and sports is the first nation ever made a call into an at that time there was an afternoon guy that we use to prank adesigner bill my friend and I Jerry stance would call this guy and he would after we pranked him he would call us booger readers several times and asked us to stop calling the show this guy's name David Letterman testing one two three four five six seven eight nine ten letterman David Letterman audition tape this is Dave letterman inviting it above all attention from that first week of classes this weekend a team go a mile east of post road on Pendleton pike right in I the actions with yours truly in the irresistible force moved to a from eight thirty to twelve Saturday night Michael T. John Griffin joins the brand exit team go at action happens all over again and in this communications in just small and eserver you're not only here in Indianapolis but all over the radio glow emus is known as a national premiere broadcaster and I am humbled to be behind the chair W. I. B. C. W. I. B. C. because after I got older and like to rock and roll music it sits on the old W. in a P. signal W. I. B. C.'s trucker Riley Donnelly did the radio Indiana voice over but he did the W. in a P. voice over their legal ID is magic it's epic and every time I hear today is still gives me chills the buzzer Indianapolis on a little getting around the holidays here it you know why because they have my first.

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"paul page" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"paul page" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"A speed happy and the fans happy. And that is that all of the drivers from the Pash welcome back and I have been saying totally delete this. I don't think there's another faction of motor sport. And certainly no other sport where all of the drivers are welcome back. It's not just the front front of the winners, and they certainly come back. But the drivers who ran once thirty five forty years ago, it may be that much of an outing. They get a credential. They're welcome back. And yesterday there was something like sixty drivers. When the past that was signing autographs, the fans love it that drivers Levitt because they miss it. They feel part of it that welcome back and we can all say thank you, Mary, helmet, George for that. Well, Donald, you're allowed an unlimited number of mulligan. So okay with us for the long haul for sure Donald Davidson historian of the atlas Motor Speedway now a gentleman who served two separate Stinson Steven for many years, three time winner, Johnny Rutherford was the driver analyst for this radio network. Sadly, Janis beloved white Betty passed away and Paul page pays tribute to what of motor sports. Most influential ladies in the early. Seventy women were not allowed in the pits or the garage area at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. It was considered too tough place for ladies, Betty Rufford led the charge to change all of that. Her first job was to time and score for husband, once they let women in this wonderful and beautiful lady and. Away pioneer passed away, last January, if there was something good to be done and Betty was there to do it. She would help the new drivers wives to understand racing speedway better and p there when she was needed Namus speedway. Charity like CARA charities, and there was Betty breath, Aford smiling and challenging all of us to get involved and to be better people. Of course, she was always there for her husband, Johnny from his horrifying crash at outdoor speedway to the three Indianapolis five hundred victories Betty was there for JR much of, what may Johnny, a great champion came from Betty. He had class.

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"paul page" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:24 min | 3 years ago

"paul page" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Finishes the race the damage race star who will win who is the winner. The Dan Wheldon has won the race speedway. Historian. Donald Davidson has the story behind that famous radio call but my king was to play by play. And did a great job and Paul page was in there as sort of making fations? So when that happened, and we're looking at just belief that held a brand is into the wall. But he's still going, and do you think you can't make this stuff up? And so the attention at least on my point. I think was Hildebrand is coming as he gonna make it to the line. And is he going to Kenny still shave the win? And then you wait a minute wish Dixon. And then I I don't even know who else is in the mix now because it's based so topsy turvy danika veteran come in Bertrand baguette had led and come in. We could keep up with it. Mike king turned and said who? One who won and Paul page pointed said Weldon Weldon Weldon Weldon just like that. And the reason that he knew that worst because his son Bryan college page worst. But you didn't know by the middle lane. Did you anyway, he was the engineer for welding? And so. Paul had more than an eye on that car all day. And and how he was on top of that. Because if you go back and check Weldon Bush v with two axe to go and then third with one to go Frank Hiti and Dixon, we figured I remember there was all pitch talk Scheffel one time. I think they were tenth and eleventh, and I'm Paul page pointing to the monitor and we both. Agreed. That's first and second right there. There's this one to finish and everybody else's. We'll have to come in. And what happened with their strategy? I have no idea, but Frankie had to make to make stop and was not a happy camper. And then Dixon slow down to save fuel which allowed welcome to go from from third to second. And then I and so that's what the board believe. Finishes of all we usually talk about second-place finisher JR Hildebrand when discussing twenty eleven because he was such an incredibly good sport. In the face of what must have been crushing disappointment. But we would be remiss if we didn't talk about the incredibly talented and greatly missed twenty eleven Indianapolis five hundred winner, Dan Wheldon, what a loss for so many reasons and from selfish point of view, he was so good for the event. There has never been another driver idol think that routinely made the point being the five hundred greatest race in the world. And that's just when we heard him in used to say if if Dan Wheldon was on the PR PR staff, and you paid them two million dollars a year salary. You get your money's worth. Because he's promoting it so much and the credibility because of the fact that it was such a successful driver. So just from that. Point of view. It was a huge loss. Number three. If you took a poll after the first seventy Indianapolis five hundred's the numbers refinishing. Our countdown would certainly have been first Rick Mears started on the pole with a new one in four lap track record and was seen by many rail birds as demand of beat on may thirtieth nineteen eighty-two but veterans Gordon Johncock and Tom's Neva were able to hang with Penske racing driver to lead in the second half of the race with forty laps to go Johncock led. But both he and MIR's had to make one more critical pitstop and the tactical decisions made by the two teams had a hand in the outcome of the race. Or so Mears came in first, and they gave I think it was a sixteen second stop because they gave them a full load of fuel and which ended up being not necessary. But you did think about those things and another thing that when he came in her Johnson who ended up finishing ninth was also. Either coming in or coming out and so Mears came in behind him and the the was a speed differential. And in fact, MIR's actually got on the brakes and and hit. But but it wasn't a crash that it was a thump. And so he lost time obviously doing that. But you didn't think about that at the time. So then he makes the stop, and I believe it was sixteen seconds at all egos and then three laps later on one eighty six then Johncock comes in who now has a much larger lead. And but you still think okay. Well, you know, pets keep pitstop work, probably when John Cox time with his stop that not only will they be together, but mere spied even be a head. But but the Patrick crew under George Hyun, and I don't know who's calculation this wash. But somebody had figured out. We don't. Need a full tank. Let's calculate just the amount of fuel that he needs and that'll be it. And so I think they figured eleven seconds. And the the fuel are and somebody was standing by the fuel and tapping them on the back one to money got to eleven stop. And so off Johncock goes. And I remember the crew doing high fives and everybody was surprised and that was a timed fuel stop, which is very common now. But I was not aware that ever been done. It may have been, but certainly the Penske team hadn't figured that out. And at that time for another team to out think Penske that very often. And so now whenever things sorted out. And mayor sort of the Taj warmed up there's a deficit of light thirteenth seconds. So you think well, that's that's too much. Overcome. And then notice time he came by. He was lopping off like a second second and a half a lap. And I remember thinking at the time due dot throw a yellow officials. Whatever happens do not. So the yellow, and then I think it was three next to go and state of who was running third. Either pop engine had something happen. So I was a big puff of white smoke and he comes into the pitch. And I'm thinking officials if you throw a yellow the fans are going to the grandstands down there will be no atmosphere way left. 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"paul page" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"paul page" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"At mile thirty. It's tractor. And he had to go cross worship street bridge. And that's where the van went over the side the church bus people survive they have buried. So did you see the van? No, it was an water player. Cranes air records and trying to get it out. He got it out had for. Look for the people, and I believe there's one survivor another major structure that was destroyed right in the middle of town. The white county courthouse. Math being over. WIBC reporter Paul page. Structure that has been completely gutted by fire on it. Down down. Here. Jumped into the water. Nato? Down there where the boat things aren't stuff that used to be a factor. It was called Brian's manufactured and people there say that when the tornado which was coming from south let on that way. That came down over the hill here wiped down down the water to water all up in the water hit the bridge. And that's not that's what the claim. And then we had one of the factories that said on that river the river water came.

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"paul page" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

12:31 min | 3 years ago

"paul page" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"From the Matthews brothers studio. You thought grace wanted a a selfie with the president real bad? There's a guy from Missouri. He's a congressman Billy long as his name. How long has he been there in the house chambers? He was there. Around noon today. You wanted a seat on the isle? So that he can be seen with the president. And they assume selfie with super thirsty. We're so excited here at the Howie Carr show that were selling three of how he's books for just fourteen ninety nine that's a sixty dollar value just about for one quarter of the normal list price. That's a real cheap bastard deal for today, only, you can get Kennedy Babylon volumes one and two and what really happened. How Donald J Trump saved America from Hillary Clinton? This is an amazing deal. But it only lasts until about ten o'clock tonight. Whenever is none talking tonight. So you need to move quick. Howie Carr, show dot com. Howie Carr, show dot com and click on the deal. This is the the state of the union message eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two six one seven says h this should be a poll question let it will enlighten. A lot of people me bought my Florida condo in October me and my pension and four fifty seven are heading south. Yeah. I think a lot of people. Let's see eight six oh, don't worry. Don't worry about us down here in the nutmeg state. Our new governor Malloy light will save us. He is installing toll booths all over the state, but they are just for the big scary trucks, wink, wink, nod. Oh, that's true. Oh, okay. The cost won't be passed onto the consumer. It will just be. It's just for the big scary trucks. Eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two the problem with all these liberals from the high tax states come at the places like Florida's. They come in. And they turned the place blew well that that's happened. That's happened in New Hampshire to go north from Massachusetts. But Florida is seems to be the exception to the rule Florida got more conservative in the last election. You know, the the incumbent democrat Senator got knocked off the Santa's Mary conservative congressman. It was elected governor. They I think they kept all their Republican House seat. So maybe maybe they're getting saner somewhat saner people in Florida moving moving down there from these high tax states eight four four five hundred forty two forty two. My retired friend says a two to a one left Bergen county New Jersey for for Georgia and saved over twenty grand in taxes. I fill them once a few times. But one time I was I did this show in New York w OR Mark Simone show. And I just started asking because a lot of people like like other any other radio station. Now, they listen online, and I said call if you've moved out of New York, and I got the luge for an hour with people, and they were calling from all over the country. And they and and you know, that's why upstate New York is it's it's empty compared to what it used to be. I mean, so many people have left, and it's not just in that case. It's not just it's not just taxes. It's the weather. It's jobs. There's no jobs in upstate New York. Eight four four. Five hundred forty two forty two. Would you like to get out of the northeast wherever you are in the northeast, Mary you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead Mary. Okay. I don't understand. Why New York is complaining about taxes? They keep winning Powerball mega millions twice in the week over Christmas and New Jersey, they're winning a winning in California. But New York won seven times last year. Well, Mary, but doesn't that doesn't that does. But I think that tells you something that the the only upward mobility in New York and New Jersey and California increasingly is winning the lottery, you know, that that's. It's not a good sign for the economic health of a of a state. I don't think. Yeah. Go ahead. That was it. So I want to win the lottery to. Yeah. We all do we all do the eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two I go. I I have the supermarket across the street from me and Florida, and I go in and get the papers at like six thirty seven o'clock in the morning, and there's already a line of people. There's always a line of people buy buy lottery tickets. Let's see here five. Oh, one liberals moving in totally wrecked. Southern maine. I finally gave up and sold my house there. I would I would say they've southern Maine was always semi blow. But now it's now it's a dark dark shade of blue eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two. Dave, you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. Dave. Hey, listen. Yeah. The Florida you got a whole lot more freedom and rights than you have in New York. You know, especially people that are return. They wanna be able to get out of the store by Roscoe put it in the person. They're nice day. New york. No, I'll tell you something else. Dave, increasingly you can't even buy a plastic straw in New York. I mean, forget the roster. The other day you're headed up you've ever seen. If they get the giants is by it's like, ten bucks. It's huge. I've never seen such a thing. I know I know Florida's just I mean, I know there's a lot of crime down there. And it's a disproportionate number of our police blotter facts Friday stories come out of Florida. But I mean, there's there is something to be said like like, for instance, right now around here, I think it gets dark at like five o'clock in the afternoon. This time of year just a little after five it's an there's an hour. More of sunlight in Florida. And it's it. Gilbert is changing, man. I'm just getting worried about it. You know? Yeah. Though. I mean, I I said to us the new last week when he was here. The governor said, you know, you were the last man standing in the Republican party. I mean, I know there were a lot of state reps and senators, but I mean, the rest of the state wide people got wiped out by the Democrats. It's really gone blue. Thanks for the thanks for the call. Dave eight four four five hundred forty two forty two two zero seven main lost its one remaining reason for me staying when Paul page left office, the new regime has already started their tax and spend tactics and Paul the page. I mean, he'll be living there in the summer. But he's already in Florida. He's he's moved. He said that NATO or are you going to hoard straws, I already I'm Horton straws. I don't need anybody to tell me that. So actually a VIP brought it in like four months ago. I got we got a big box of straws in the in the office feel free to take a few with you. You know, I know there is an expensive thing. We've got you know, like two hundred straws for a buck or whatever it is. But it's great eight four four five hundred forty two forty two. My husband travels for work the Tennessee on a regular basis. Very nice conservative life. I'm in Tennessee is one of those states. No income tax no income tax eight four four five hundred forty two forty two eight oh two. I'm looking forward to getting out of Vermont. It's not the cold pushing me out. It's the stupidity of liberals. Why in the thing is when you're in a state like Vermont. I mean, you're or main now with Janet Mills governor, you know, you're always worried that there's another bullet coming at you. You know, economically. I mean, look at Vermont they tried to put in that single payer healthcare plan, and it was gonna they were going to have to up the income taxes to twenty five thirty percent. I mean didn't make sense. But you you say to yourself look who look represents from Bernie Sanders, Pat Lahey, I mean. Their domino stuff to put in a twenty five percent income tax. They really are eight four four five hundred forty two forty two Mr. X, you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead mister x a cab. Hey, listen. Where's the money going the list pensions that you publish the state publishes? How it people don't understand? You know, forty fifty sixty seventy eight hundred fifty thousand dollars pensions for life people live in thirty forty years on the stock impose it has to import Howie. I know, you know, the 4._0._1._K which is every other schlub has, you know, you save up your money, and you live on that. No, these people they live it up, right? They get that forty granted. Oh, it's only forty grand a year. How many millions of dollars you need in a Bank to spit out? Forty granted these interest rates for forty years. No. You want to look pull up the herald pensions for the state, and you just keep going you keep scrolling down page after page after page. There's I think fifty or more pages of people making over one hundred thousand and pensions. It's just astonishing how much they. It's unsustainable. And that's where your money's going. And you know, you're I it's actually so I can't wait to leave. I'm heading to Florida myself as soon as I retire. I got a I got a letter today. And it said, you know, open immediately important, I didn't recognize the return address. And you know, what it was? It was the was the the public agency that takes over pensions from bankrupt companies, and they said, we're the ones who pay your herald pension because the herald went bankrupt. That's how the herald makes money now because they shed the pension liabilities. So I have to fill out all these forms every year to make sure I so I'm getting the government has picked up my pension. And it's it's like. Like fifteen hundred a month. It's it's nothing compared to compared to if I were a if I were legion. Those those boyfriend on the state police, for instance, making one hundred sixty thousand dollars a year on his pension. He's fifty five fifty six years old, right? He's gonna he's gonna live at least probably twenty thirty years twenty or thirty years, but mardi men the president of of UMass he's making he's he's going to get a congressional pension and at six he's making six hundred and sixty thousand a year so eighty percent of six hundred sixty thousand so that's a half a million a year. Plus probably is going to get one hundred grand from the feds. Or Bill key Bill Keating? The I I just know this stuff because I just did I just did a series of columns on Bill Keating is the US congressman from the Cape and the south shore and and the islands. He's he's a retired. The and there's a cop here. You know, they they moved the DA's into your group for classification like like like Keating really carries a gun. You know worked on a lot of dangerous bus. So he gets one hundred and eleven thousand dollars as a pension which has been getting since he turned fifty five because he gets the earlier police pension, and then he's making one hundred and seventy thousand plus dollars as a congressman. So he's getting two hundred and eighty thousand eight four four five hundred forty two forty two how many more people can Florida take? It's there. It's just amazing. How many people there are from? When I was a kid. But I mean, there's there's still plenty of room in Florida. Florida's a big big state eight four four five hundred forty two forty two Bob you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. Bob. Hi, personal. I think that idiot idiot congressman Johnson. Yes. I think that Florida's gonna spank under the loan. Yeah. He probably does. In Okinawa was going to capsize, right? Guam guam. Yeah. Yeah. The other thing if you go back to the battle over the old amendment. What was it? The sixteenth amendment. After the income taxes would unconstitutional they needed an amendment, right? And they sold it to people a sold it to people at that time as saying it was only going to be on the really really rich. And it was only going to be five percent. And don't worry. It's never gonna be you, right? And to show how stupid the public is the same story is being told now. Oh, it'll go the seventy percent. But not for you. Right. Always hits you in the end. Yeah. This is this is this is one of the things that depresses me about the state of Massachusetts is they they put the graduated income tax. Now, they call it the millionaire's tax. They put it on the ballot. I think five times or six times, and it's always been voted down in landslides..

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"paul page" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"paul page" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I hear that. I go back to the high school cafeteria. It's one of those things. So anyway, they debuted in nineteen sixty nine and it kind of you know, kind of changed. What was going to be cool for the next ten years? It was going to sound a lot more like that than the pop stuff that was around the time. So that says there are musical heritage their public image their extensive influence are all connected to some of the most damning cliches of classic rock the pilfering of the blues a pension for hedonistic excess. The romanticizing of a seventies groupie culture that preyed on naive sometimes underage girls. Now to say that a band preyed on groupies is like saying you pray on telemarketers by answering your phone. Groupies don't wanna take no for an answer anymore that telemarketer to take. No for an answer. It's ridiculous now the underage thing. Yes. Although we do make a bigger deal out of that today. Then we did historically and not just in the seventies or sixties, but you go back to go back and look at titles of songs, like good morning little schoolgirl and things like that. It was less. I'm not gonna say it was it was a common practice. But it was something that could be sung about and I guess dabbled in from time to time this saying it's all part of what Led Zeppelin was all of which makes their legacy continuously. And increasingly polarizing now, I think it's only polarizing to whoever wrote this article, I don't know anybody who would ever say, you know, what I don't like that banned from fifty years ago because they had sex with groupies some of whom may have been underage, and they actually find this girl who was known as Laurie lightning back in the day. Who said that she lost her virginity at age twelve to a guy from the band spirit named Randy California that Iggy pop wrote a song about her called look away about having sex with her when she was thirteen supposedly also had sex with Mick Jagger, Rod Stewart and David Bowie and finally had sex with Jimmy page when she was fourteen. So you're not supposed to lie. Like Led Zeppelin anymore because of that. So they actually track her down and talk to her. And she says, I think what made me start seeing a different perspectives because I read a few articles and thought well regarding the metoo movement because maybe there is something to that. She said that the metoo movement led her to reconsider how she viewed her time with Jimmy page and other Rockstars in the nineteen seventies. But said no one was ever abusive toward her. So she's the question is has she rethought her position? And she says that's an interesting question ever thought. There was anything wrong with it. But maybe there was I used to get letters telling me he was a pedophile. But I never think of him that way. He never abused me in any way said, of course, I wouldn't want this for anybody else's daughter. My perspective is changing as I get older and perhaps more cynical. So if she was in her teens in the early seventies. She's late fifties early sixties now, and she's just now deciding as a result of the metoo movement that maybe what she did back. Then wasn't good, you know, having sex with Rockstars when you're a young teenager. The only really say what it is specific about Led Zeppelin. That's any different from cream or faces or any other band. That was big at the time. The Rolling Stones. I mean, this is something that in the metoo movement really hasn't been addressed. And that is women who actually throw themselves at men for the purpose of in some cases, advancing a career. I mean, there are women out there who would. And I think this is what gets me on the Hollywood thing. If people like Harvey Weinstein or his well known as they are how many well known women are out there because they slept their way to the top. How many women have an Oscar in hand because and not because they gave in to Harvey Weinstein. Maybe they approached Harvey Weinstein, the other half of this coin hasn't been addressed in the least. But again, the suggests that this band or any other prayed on groupies, you gotta be out of your mind. They used to get these the male themselves to the Beatles in a box mail themselves to the Beatles. Sweet when they were in a different city, you're not preying upon them. If anything they were preying upon you. But we're not allowed to look at it that way because we know in the present day the man always has to be in the wrong. The woman can do no wrong. Even if she kills him. Well, what did he do to cause her to kill him? Who knows? But this is one of those. That's another example going way way over the top. When it comes to this topic. Anybody out there in the band ever deal with groupies? I mean you open for somebody else. So, you know, but you saw them or maybe they couldn't get into Led Zeppelin. So they opted for you. Five one three seven four nine seven thousands at number and Alan at a point to make album what's going on. Mike. How's it going body Paul page and plant in nineteen ninety six rock?.

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"paul page" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"paul page" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"A Republican state Representative who had been a pull the page loyalist throughout his time in the legislature for some reason Paul the page looks at him and does not want to behead him. The state rep not only had the felony drug trafficking conviction since that conviction. He has admitted to using firearms multiple times, which in his case as a felon was both a state and federal additional felony. He's also had multiple misdemeanor criminal offenses since his drug trafficking felony. But Paul the page on his way out of office pardoned him today, we learned that Paula page pardoned him despite the direct recommendation from the states clemency board that this guy should not get a pardon with earned that today from the Portland press herald. For for context sake. In one of the most high profile, pardon issues. Avert in the state of Maine, this mom. In waterville. Maine lost her husband and her kids lost their father after a man who had lived in Maine for twenty five years who had been married here at a beautiful family here kids here run a very successful business here. He got deported away from his family by the Trump administration because of an old felony drug conviction for which he served time more than a decade ago. And he has never been in trouble since here's his family, and his neighbors and his business partners begging for help in his case. Paul the page. We fused to pardon him or to commute his sentence. And so his wife and kids are in Maine now without him because he's been shipped off to Haiti. This guy though with the active investigation for also being a gun felon and his other misdemeanors and the overt recommendation from the clemency board that he should not be pardoned. It's weird. He he got cleared. This Paula pages last act on his way out the door. But Paul page is gone. Now, he has been replaced by new democratic woman governor, Janet Mills she is the first woman governor main as ever had because of the slick that pull the page left behind him SE slithered out the door and announced literally that he was immediately moving to Florida see suckers because of what Paul the page left in his wake in Maine, the new democratic governor Janet Mills as one of the first thing she now has to think about she may need to change the pardon laws in that state, given what Paul the page decided to do with them for one of his buddies on his way out the door. Governor mills has been pretty busy even without that as her very first order of business as executive order number one with a stroke of a pen. She restored health insurance to seventy thousand people in Maine seventy thousand people who currently don't have health insurance who now will get it more than a year ago. Maine voters clearly by eighteen points in a landslide vote more than your ago main declared at the ballot box that they wanted to expand Medicaid, so tens of thousands of people in that state could get health insurance who don't otherwise have it. Maine voters passed it it became law, but Republican governor Paul the page blocked it anyway for more than a year. He just would not let it happen. But Wednesday night, he left office and Thursday morning. Bright and early first thing she uncapped her pin. There was Janet Mills new democratic woman. Governor finally making it happen. Quote, Mainers who think they are eligible for coverage can begin applying. Immediately. Just visit the main department of health and human services website about forty five hundred Mainers had tried to sign up under the expansion last year, which again was signed into law by voters, but they were rebuffed by the page administration. Quote, the coverage is retroactive to July. Second so Mainers who applied for Medicaid in two thousand eighteen but were denied benefits incurred expenses that should have been covered by Medicaid will now be reimbursed. Just like that done first order of business. Very first thing she did and for its seventy thousand people in that state..

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Court To Hear Case Accusing Maine Governor Of Blackmail

Morning Edition

01:57 min | 4 years ago

Court To Hear Case Accusing Maine Governor Of Blackmail

"The case for more classroom supplies we want our students have the materials in the supplies to be competitive with the surrounding states and we do not have the money to do that damer says she appreciates the race she got her school still needs increased funds for new books technology and additional staff to reduce class sizes funding for oklahoma schools has been cut by nearly two hundred million dollars over the past decade and educators say they want to see a portion of that funding restored this year for npr news i'm emily one learn in oklahoma city a lawsuit accusing maine's governor of blackmail and abuse of power goes before a federal appeals court in boston today republican governor paul page is being sued by the states former house speaker democrat mark eves the suit accuses the governor of overstepping his authority when he threatened to withhold state funding to a charter school if it did not rescind a job offer to use the governor's lawyers have said lepage fell eves was not qualified for the job for the second time in three years villanova's men's basketball team is nc double a division one national champions last night the wildcats beat michigan seventy nine sixty two joey palacios with texas public radio says villanova pulled away in the second half michigan held a seven point lead for part of the first half but it fell apart after villanova's sinks several three point shots michigan ford moritz wagner played aggressively gaining most of that early lead but at a post game press conference he said villanova adjusted you gotta give them a lot of credit they're really good team defensively yeah they play like dead it's really hard to beat them michigan head coach john beeline had high praise or villanova coach jay wright and the team that team right there could win a lot of final four is not just the two thousand eighteen won the wolverines can still hold their heads high michigan ends their season with a thirty three and eight record that's the most in the school's history for npr news i'm joey palacios in san antonio they'll try again today to play the.

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