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After Mets lose Scherzer, Alonso HR in 10th beats Cards 7-6

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 d ago

After Mets lose Scherzer, Alonso HR in 10th beats Cards 7-6

"The mets pull down a dramatic 7 to 6 victory over the Cardinals on penal antos two one Homer in the bottom of the tenth inning The cards had taken a 6 5 lead in the top of the tenth when Corey Dickerson scored an Albert Pujols double play grounder But Alonzo with ghost runner Francisco Lindor on second let off with a long blast left thought Giovanni gallegos to give them that's another series win Anytime we can take a series against a really good team it's really special and to be able to walk it off is obviously electric Alonso finished with three RBIs and now leads the majors with 36 Jeff McNeil also drove in three runs for New York Paul Goldschmidt had four RBIs for St. Louis including the one that tied the game in the top of the 9th Tom maryam New York

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Stanford's Ram Rajagopal: Today's Grid Wouldn't Support All EV Society

Mark Levin

00:58 sec | 1 d ago

Stanford's Ram Rajagopal: Today's Grid Wouldn't Support All EV Society

"Let's say we were to have a substantial number of electric vehicles charging at home as everybody dreams Says ram Raja Paul and associate Professor of civil and environmental engineering at Stanford Co authored a recent study looking at the strain electrical vehicle adoption is expected to place when the peregrine He told Yahoo finance today's grid may not be able to support it all boils down to Are you charging during the time solar powers on In Sacramento officials said California great could face a potential shortfall of roughly 1700 megawatts Which would affect the power supply between one and 4 million people this summer That number would likely be exacerbated by an additional short for fall of 5000 megawatts In the case of extreme heat and further fire damage to existing power lines

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Extreme Athlete Tom Jones Is Running 76 Marathons for a Cause

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:51 min | 2 d ago

Extreme Athlete Tom Jones Is Running 76 Marathons for a Cause

"I'm not making this up. He's my guest right now. Tom Jones, welcome to the Erik metaxas show. Hey Eric, thanks for having me on. Look, I want to ask you so many questions. First of all, the principal reason I'm having you on is because you are going to be doing something fairly shortly along the lines you just described. What is this thing that you're going to be doing soon? Actually, I'm almost right in the middle of it. I've run 30 back to back marathons as we speak in the middle of it now. Yes, yes, we left April 19th from montevallo, Alabama, and I've been running a marathon a day every day since then, including today. A marathon a day, okay, that's not something I've ever done, even for a single day. So what you're doing right now, it's affiliated with united we pledge. What is united we pledge? Because I know your goal is to draw awareness to the constitution to American freedom. What is united we pledge? The united we pledge is a nonprofit organization and what they're doing is they're building a very special and magical place called the American village. And the American village is a place that has recreations exact replica recreations of buildings that were instrumental in the constitution and the Revolutionary War. And they also have people that play the parts of people that were instrumental in that time, like George Washington, Ben Franklin, Paul Revere, Paul Revere's wife, men and women, they have colonial soldiers. And what they do is they bring in families and in particular kids, and they let them step onto the stage of American history and become part of the story. So it's a very, very impactful experience as far as history goes.

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Big winners and losers from Tuesday’s primaries

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 3 d ago

Big winners and losers from Tuesday’s primaries

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What Country Does Mitch McConnell Actually Represent?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:21 min | 4 d ago

What Country Does Mitch McConnell Actually Represent?

"Has come out and he has said, look, the most important thing happening in the world right now is the war in Ukraine. What country does Mitch McConnell represent exactly? The country that has the wide open border and a 100,000 plus drug overdoses that has double digit inflation, you see, for Washington, D.C., WarGames are always more important than the livelihood of their citizens. Always. They will always care more about some far distant land than their own constituents. Does Mitch Mitch McConnell as senator from western Ukraine? Or is he a senator from Kentucky that has incredible problems right now? Kentucky's dealing with drug problems, inflation, unemployment, you see Rand Paul, who also represents Kentucky, actually cares about his voters. Rand Paul stood up and said, I represent my voters and I swore an oath to the United States Constitution. And I'm not going to just all of a sudden authorize $40 billion to go to some far off distant land when we do not know what success looks like. Will this bring us closer to peace or closer to war? You see, there should be solutions put forward other than just giving Raytheon Northrop Grumman and Lockheed Martin, complete and total blank checks to be able to have their chance at pillaging the United States treasury. Here's

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The Left Doesn't Debate, They Smear

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:31 min | 4 d ago

The Left Doesn't Debate, They Smear

"Terrible shooting of this why this kid of blacks you killed two whites too, by the way, you have people he aimed wrong because and of course the old the whole left, the chorus of the left is. It's Fox News fault. But they do that no matter what. When capy Gifford was a shot of a congresswoman and people were killed in two sons, remember that. The New York Times Paul krugman, a very sick puppy in my opinion. An angry sick puppy. Been rhyming for them for decades. Still writes for them, said that Republicans were responsible for that killing. No matter what happens with the Republicans who responsible. Smearing us is the art form. They don't debate us, I've invited these people on all of my life. They never come on. I would go on their show, only Brett Stephens has, because Brett Stevens, while we differed on Trump, we agree on most everything else, but he debated me on Trump on The New York Times video site. Facebook page. But none of the leftist would. They don't debate anybody. I don't blame them.

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Left Wing Media Blames Tucker Carlson for Buffalo Shootings

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:43 sec | 4 d ago

Left Wing Media Blames Tucker Carlson for Buffalo Shootings

"So let's see. So The Washington Post in The New York Times are blaming Tucker Carlson and Fox News for the shooting. Is that right? They really doing it? Conservative media is familiar with buffalo suspects alleged theory. By Paul farhi, in the New York and Washington Post, there you go. Use The Washington Post media reporter. Let me see. Look, whatever they can do to smear the right is what they do. That's as simple as that.

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David Gergen, Author, on His New Book, "Hearts Touched With Fire"

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:59 min | 6 d ago

David Gergen, Author, on His New Book, "Hearts Touched With Fire"

"In Hart's touch with fire. You also work for Ford. Now Jerry Ford, Jim Cavanaugh is the chairman of my board at the Nixon library. The chairman of the Ford board. And we've talked a lot about Nixon and Ford and their differences. Jerry Ford could never get elected president from the go. I mean, he could have won reelection. He could have won in 76, had things differently. What'd you do for porg? What did I do before? Well, I stuck around. During the next years, I had become, I was first hired by Ray Price, coming up his assistant ray was running a speech on the show. His speech writing and research. And I was his go to Gopher guy. I was very junior at the time. And anyway, I got promoted up through the ranks and then ray at one point said I'd like to be sort of a senior counselor. And I was asked by bob Paul the man if I would run this speech writing and research shop. So which I did. And for about a year,

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 6 d ago

Update on the latest sports

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Paul scores 2, Lightning hold off Maple Leafs 2-1 in Game 7

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 6 d ago

Paul scores 2, Lightning hold off Maple Leafs 2-1 in Game 7

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McConnell, GOP senators meet Zelenskyy in surprise Kyiv stop

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 6 d ago

McConnell, GOP senators meet Zelenskyy in surprise Kyiv stop

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Paul Sewald, cut by Mets, wins for M's in Citi Field return

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Paul Sewald, cut by Mets, wins for M's in Citi Field return

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Senate leaders push for quick OK for fresh $40B for Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last week

Senate leaders push for quick OK for fresh $40B for Ukraine

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Hospital workers pause to be recognized for their sacrifices during the pandemic

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last week

Hospital workers pause to be recognized for their sacrifices during the pandemic

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Is Biden on the Verge of Losing Hispanic-Black Base?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | Last week

Is Biden on the Verge of Losing Hispanic-Black Base?

"Interim, we've been doing some research here about the black and Hispanic voting base, there's an article here from Paul bedard, Washington secrets columnist for the Washington examiner. It's headlined. Biden on the verge of losing Hispanic black base. So there's some new polling that's out of McLaughlin and associates, which is a GOP polling firm. But they are very good at what they do. So, you know, the pieces of fairly good job here in Paul bedard is a great columnist with the examiner. But starting at a former president Trump, we started seeing this erosion of the blue collar Hispanic and black voters. Now, much ink has been spilled much cable time has been devoted to the erosion of the white working class base. This is the if you want to say it's a JD Vance voter in Ohio and West Virginia, Indiana, in the Midwest, right? These are the former union die hards that would vote Democrat, the blue dot Democrats, but they would stick with the Democrat party. We saw that erosion with Trump. Now, much has been made of that move. But what's happening right now is I would call it a tectonic political realignment and we're seeing it because blue collar working class Hispanic and black voters are starting to trick, not even trickle, but to gush says Bernard. Giving Republicans not only a good chance, but a probable, likely slam dunk chance in both the houses of both houses of Congress to quickly lock down their own ruling

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Quick Senate OK ahead for House-passed $40B aid for Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

Quick Senate OK ahead for House-passed $40B aid for Ukraine

"Testing testing testing testing one one one one two two two two three three three three hi hi hi hi Mike Mike Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Rossi Rossi a a a a reporting reporting reporting reporting Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine anxiously anxiously anxiously anxiously awaits awaits awaits awaits a a a a new new new new aid aid aid aid package package package package from from from from the the the the United United United United States States States States a a a a lot lot lot lot of of of of stomach stomach stomach stomach you've you've you've you've come come come come in in in in his his his his nightly nightly nightly nightly video video video video address address address address Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian president president president president Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir semansky semansky semansky semansky thank thank thank thank the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. house house house house of of of of representatives representatives representatives representatives and and and and president president president president Joe Joe Joe Joe Biden Biden Biden Biden for for for for you you you you forty forty forty forty billion billion billion billion dollar dollar dollar dollar aid aid aid aid package package package package for for for for Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine final final final final approval approval approval approval in in in in the the the the Senate Senate Senate Senate could could could could come come come come soon soon soon soon with with with with Senate Senate Senate Senate Republican Republican Republican Republican leaders leaders leaders leaders saying saying saying saying they they they they expect expect expect expect strong strong strong strong support support support support from from from from their their their their caucus caucus caucus caucus Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine is is is is reading reading reading reading for for for for the the the the first first first first war war war war crimes crimes crimes crimes trial trial trial trial of of of of a a a a captured captured captured captured Russian Russian Russian Russian soldier soldier soldier soldier Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's top top top top prosecutor prosecutor prosecutor prosecutor said said said said her her her her office office office office has has has has charged charged charged charged a a a a twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one year year year year old old old old Russian Russian Russian Russian sergeant sergeant sergeant sergeant in in in in the the the the killing killing killing killing of of of of an an an an unarmed unarmed unarmed unarmed sixty sixty sixty sixty two two two two year year year year old old old old civilian civilian civilian civilian in in in in February February February February just just just just four four four four days days days days into into into into the the the the war war war war meantime meantime meantime meantime the the the the war war war war rages rages rages rages on on on on in in in in the the the the besieged besieged besieged besieged southern southern southern southern port port port port city city city city Mario Mario Mario Mario Paul Paul Paul Paul an an an an advisor advisor advisor advisor to to to to the the the the mayor mayor mayor mayor said said said said Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday all all all all evacuation evacuation evacuation evacuation routes routes routes routes out out out out of of of of the the the the city city city city have have have have been been been been blocked blocked blocked blocked by by by by Russian Russian Russian Russian forces forces forces forces hi hi hi hi Mike Mike Mike Mike Rossio Rossio Rossio Rossio

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Unpacking the $40 Billion Bipartisan Betrayal

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:17 min | Last week

Unpacking the $40 Billion Bipartisan Betrayal

"Going to simply get started by allowing representative chip Roy to articulate some of the frustration that I am currently in possessive possession of. I think I've voiced the concerns of millions of Americans when we see a number as high as 40. Now remember, Biden wanted 33 billion. Which was insane in and of itself. And I'm going to explain just how insane that is in a second. But let's let chip Roy take it from here. Let's cut 76. Paul and for Maryland talked about protecting this institution or talked about this institution, but we got a $40 billion bill at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. I haven't had a chance to review the bill my staff is pouring over the pages, trying to see what's in it. You want to talk about the institution. You want to talk about standing up alongside Ukraine. Why don't we actually have a debate on the floor of the people's house instead of the garbage of getting a $40 billion bill at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Not paid for without having any idea what's really in it with a massive slush fund that goes to the State Department, $13 billion, 8 billion for the economic support fund, a 110 million for embassy security. We've got 40 billion that is unpaid for and you want to sit here and lecture this body about what we're going to do or not do about staying alongside Ukraine. Why don't we talk about the American people who are hurting the wide open borders that inflation that's killing people. The jobs that people can't get because of the cost of goods and services in this country. Amen. So let's go through this. February 26th, Biden approves $350 million in military aid for Ukraine according to Reuters. March 16th, Biden approves an additional $800 million in military aid for Ukraine. According to The New York Times. March 30th, Ukraine to receive an additional $500 million in aid from the U.S.. Biden announces its NBC News. April 12th, U.S. to announce $750 million more in weapons for Ukraine officials say. According to Reuters, may 6th, Biden announces new $150 million weapons package for Ukraine. Altogether those amounts are in excess of $3 billion.

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Sen. Rand Paul Unsure if Trump Would Return to Twitter

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:04 min | Last week

Sen. Rand Paul Unsure if Trump Would Return to Twitter

"Elon Musk confirming yesterday that if and when he gets control of Twitter, he's going to welcome Trump back to Twitter. Oh, look at this. Jack Dorsey, now a supports Trump returning to Twitter. The ACLU supports reinstating Donald Trump. Where were all those folks for the last two years, senator? All I can say is, you know, I've been threatening and threatening to quit Twitter and I quit YouTube because they censor me, but I haven't quit Twitter. But if Elon Musk takes over, it gets rid of the sensors, I love his irreverent sarcasm and he's actually just playing funny a lot of the times. And actually, I don't even know his politics. I think he may have a libertarian street tumor, I don't think he's either conservative or liberal. I think he's probably a mixture of a lot of different beliefs that the younger generation believes him. But it might not always agree with, but my goodness, do I agree with freedom of speech without question? I think he's going to make it a fun place again. But you know what? I doubt Trump will come back, you know, he's in a direct competitor now. He's got a bunch of money invested in this true social. So I would be very surprised if he came back to Twitter.

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WJR 760

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"paul w" Discussed on WJR 760

"On the Paul W. Smith show WJR hope you had a meaningful Memorial Day and have a good time the end of the limited circumstances that we found ourselves or at least many of us found ourselves as we continue with our a self quarantining and physical distancing and washing our hands of them washing them again and trying to keep your hands off your face with a new beard that's virtually impossible seven of forty four at seven sixteen WJAR and certainly over the past two three years I've I've certainly enjoyed talking to you about Victor's roofing because it's a great American dream story Victor immigrated legally to this country as a young boy started out on a roofing crew at the age of fourteen and now we owns and operates one of the most successful roofing companies in all of Michigan they do everything from roof repairs to complete replacements which is what they did for us and lately Victor as you know has been talking a lot about the area of roof maintenance you gotta keep your roof maintain just like any other part of your house and it used to be there were only two choices with the roof repair or replace now there's a third choice maintain and Victor's roofing is the exclusive dealer of what they say is V. best roof maintenance product on the market roof maxx when I started talking about this I I talked about it like it was a moisturizer moisturizer the for your roof well it is an all natural rejuvenating oil that re hydrate your shingles and expand extends the life of your roof by up to fifteen years for just a fraction of the cost of the total roof replacement it's gonna save you thousands of dollars in at a time when most of us I have been hit pretty hard by this coronaviruses saving money but also being able to save.

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WJR 760

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"paul w" Discussed on WJR 760

"Here that the most familiar voice in Michigan Paul W. Smith it's just just this little thing that we can all hold on to that still a normal part of our lives but it can it's on the very very kind of you to say it's it is an honor and a privilege to serve our listeners with whatever help we can give them during this troubling time well thanks Paul W. and in that state and same here with our socio Haitian trying to work out all the Kinks in the federal the federal stimulus is coming down for small businesses and the key really is that it was it was past and they tried to implement it within a week and they need to implement it with urgency because every single day that goes by more small businesses fail they're trying to hold on to trying to hold on as long as they can and in this case as the banks are ramping up we started to see over the weekend we we asked our members let us know how those applications are coming a lot of more told in the beginning we don't have it available yet and it's going to be several days or even a couple a couple weeks so we're told but then we started seeing on Saturday if you were telling us that they were there triples are coming through on Sunday more recounts approvals for coming through so I expect throughout this week that those technical glitches more and more will get worked out the ones that long term I'm most concerned about are the ones that don't have a strong banking relationship right now or if their home bank does not participate at all in the program we've got to find a home for them end lieutenant governor I I think one of the reasons that you've come to the fore and are working on this is that we're looking at L. but I know it sounds like a lot of money it is a lot of money but it's a limited amount of money and so you want Michiganders are small business owners right here in the great state of Michigan to get moving and don't wait on this no matter what you hear how many glitches there might be and I'm happy to hear you say that Saturday and Sunday that's been picking up what you want people to get out there and make the application before the money's gone that's right there's three hundred and fifty billion dollars that has been appropriated it's out there waiting for somebody to come and get it but it's there's nothing allocated to Michigan or to any other state it's a first come first serve basis and there are literally twenty two million small businesses around the around the country and I love alone I wanted more to be successful but I want Michigan small businesses to go to get more of that as much as that as it possibly can and I think it will have an impact on how quickly we can recover from all this to the extent that we can they can our small businesses can get that payroll support and in a way that allows them to emerge from this healthcare crisis in a way that that that gives them a shot at long term survival I thank I know you don't decide how this money comes through or what's going to be covered but I hear from a lot of small businesses restaurants to that it's great to have the the the paycheck covered you know the this whole program that's helping the small businesses with a paycheck protection program and by the way you can go to and my paycheck protection dot com MRI paycheck protection dot com but a lot of these folks are saying that's all good that's all great but what about Iran we can't cover our rent in the that's that's also a big deal yes but the paycheck protection program allows for payroll branch interest on debt in utilities so how do you know that I don't like that I don't think they knew that that's good to hear that's one of the reasons why we we teamed up with the Michigan CPA's R. T. M. U. D. C. and even rocket.

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WJR 760

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"paul w" Discussed on WJR 760

"Of the Paul W. Smith show with a variety of the guests we've had on the last couple of weeks if you missed a word like the what they have to say again it's a good group of people and then of course we're back Sunday at noon for opportunity Detroit so it's a seven day week and well worth it to be able to spend time with you there's something good going on twenty four hours a day seven days a week right here at seven sixty the A. M. dial I I saw this the story of gas under a block which figures because we've got nowhere to go but I yep I think it's a good idea I don't know Dick about you but I've always at times like this I don't know why but hi I always keep my tank full it's a good idea I keep might out to keep the gas tank in the car full at times like this just it's just something I do man it sounds like you might do the same thing yeah it's usually a good idea we think about that in the winter time sometimes but in these times yeah keeping it fall is a good idea and I hate to say it but it's kind of like the toilet paper effectiveness yeah we kind of accept we're not hurting anyone because thankfully our tanks are limited if you see someone with a tanker truck pulling up to the pump for ninety nine cent gas you know you're in trouble but yeah yeah that is it the the tank is self limiting so what were you can hoard as much gasoline or at least as much gasoline that your car will hold do not start filling up containers and putting me in your garage and blowing up your garage and everything else yeah but you're right we're not going anywhere and that explains part of the reason why it's so low and of course the price of oil is gone down but watching the markets like I do the price of crude oil has gained about five dollars a barrel who would ever think that we would wish that oil would go up a little bit in price because really it's self defeating one the price of oil dips down like it did that's putting the frackers and the shale oil people out of business we already had a couple of bankruptcies and that's the whole heart of what president trump always calls America's energy independence and by the way speaking of oil don't get marathon oil corporation confused with our our friends our dear friends in Findlay which is marathon petroleum corporation a few years ago they completely split the company's I thought the trolley incorporation in Findlay is one company and then marathon oil corporation is making some headlines because the C. E. O. they're spending hundreds of thousands of dollars buying back their stock for as little as three dollars seventeen cents a share and there's a guy who believes wholeheartedly that the company will come back in that stock is a highly undervalued I have no idea I don't follow marathon oil corporation I follow marathon petroleum corporation our friends there in family by the way didn't know this but today is world party day and Kim is happy hour face timing with her friends Karen and Allison around the country she has invited me to join on world party day and by the way the Lebanese the chick pea salad recipe that behavior family gives a thumbs up to in the Smith family Sir Adamson it came to Kim on an airplane ride years ago with Phyllis Diller it was set out referred to this as a Phyllis Diller refrigerator staple will find most of loved it as somebody did as given to my came years ago and it is fabulous in that is that chick pea salad too here you can write this down but I think it was putting it online two fifteen ounce cans of chickpeas drained and rinsed two fifteen ounce cans of chickpeas drained and rinsed two tablespoons of olive oil that takes care of that and ask me how much olive oil two tablespoons of olive oil two tablespoons of garlic minced two tablespoons of minced garlic two tablespoons of fresh lemon juice two tablespoons fresh lemon juice one small bunch fresh parsley I reiterate washed and chopped a small bunch of fresh parsley now you mix the oil garlic and lemon in a large bowl the oil garlic and lemon in a large bowl and you let the flavours marry for at least ten minutes then you stir in the chick peas and parsley and then you enjoy it and you put it in the refrigerator and you enjoy it for a few days and it is spectacular it's a fabulous high fiber weapon for regulating blood sugar and just a great great wonderful piece to have there in the it I'm sorry I'm just being I'm just being like a good breakfast it sounds like a great oh my goodness I'm just getting word from A. M. that eighty Barbieri junior a legend on the east side that dot Gardo restaurants that eighty Barbieri junior has died he he really did a tremendous job he added I used to kid him about the fact that he had a restaurant for each child but I am told that he died yesterday after a decade long battle with lung disease we thought he was beating that with a lung transplant I believe and some other work we thought he had beaten that he did not he is dead at the age of seventy sad news to pass along what a great guy AV Barbieri junior certainly a legend of dot org restaurants in some other offshoot restaurants man oh man.

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"paul w" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:29 min | 2 years ago

"paul w" Discussed on WJR 760

"Paul W. Smith on W. J. are once again substituting here's Kevin D. S. Harvey Weinstein is looking at up to life in prison seven men and five women will huddle in the jury room in New York in a couple of hours to decide his fate during this on the Paul W. Smith show now is correspondent Steve Kassebaum Steve thanks for joining us thanks for having me so they've already deliberated for one day right without any decision that's right and there's really no telling how long the seven men and five women who make up history will take to reach a verdict that it be to reach a verdict they started their day with some questions about a clarification on the different charges and the clarification on the wall want to know whether they needed the flying blind you'll see a certain account in order to find him guilty on other counts they also asked for print of his Manhattan apartment she was secure there are you being one of the two women involved in these charges against him inside that apartment so either you're looking at that apartment Dan at the lay out in relation to what this woman claimed happened well before the deliberations began the judge told the defense attorney dot a return though because of an op ed that she wrote that was published in Newsweek over the weekend in which she told the jury she asked the jury directly to look past the headline and import them to do the right thing to a quick her client based upon the evidence the prosecution the the church told go eat the crabs and prosecution not to talk to any reporters anymore until this verdict we we we like our verdicts in one hour just like a lawn order we like you he left to get ripped up quickly so you're gonna have to you have to move them along win not when you yeah when you hear those notes calm you know what I've said lots of trials you get think and they're asking about this does this mean that lean one way or the other de can you tell us how how well the victims held up during their testimony it was really difficult for these victims to get on on to the witness stand playing what happened to them and in their words and then to be cross examined by the defense and have the defense claimed that the the the worst actually lying that that the that they had consensual relationships with Harvey one being questioned why they maintain contact with him afterwards and splayed evidence including emails and other evidence showing the that that you know not only they maintain contact with the but that they spoke to him in in somewhat you know glowing terms the prosecution put on of an expert in the behavior of rape victims to testify that this is very common it's common for rape victims to stay in contact with their attackers when they know the attacker especially if that person is in the position of authority in Harvey Weinstein wisely decided not to take the stand in his own defense I don't think that probably surprised anybody but didn't seem to have any impact on the jurors when it went down five hundred I'm not sure we were expecting you know you hear from one the dot supposedly that if he wanted to testify and the defense had to give it that was not a good idea it now is looking at this is a question that the jury had they wanted to know why he wasn't charged with other crimes stemming from some of the allegations I I don't really remember hearing that before in any of the cases I've sat through word where they wanted to know why they weren't charged do you do you know if then the prosecutors actually would would answer them to the judge would answer that I don't know why they asked that question it's really interesting for the jury to ask you that I'm not sure what could be read into that and church basically explained a lot surrounding the charges that one scene increasing now that they're that they're supposed to the site and and why those charges were brought against him but what the prosecution does what it does it's an interesting question I don't know what look at the ready so in all of these other allegations that came out it is part of the me too movement was any of that part of the trial was was did a prosecutors try and bring any of that into the trial yeah there were four other women who testified that including at the Los urine the actress from the sopranos series on HBO of these women were brought in the claim of a predatory sexual assault against Turkey once the that the the two women who have alleged that these crimes against him that they were within the statute of limitations but the other four women their allegations were beyond the statute of limitations however they were allowed to testify to support his claim of sexual predatory salt and then and so were the most serious charges against him down guilty he could face up the rest of his life behind bars and of course wine scene says all all of this was consensual sex and and the prosecutors pretty much forced to prove that it wasn't beyond beyond the testimony of the women who said it wasn't consensual were they able to present any real evidence to that effect well they did have a women who were friends with the alleged victims come and testify about conversations they had with the women shortly after the incident allegedly happened and you know then they supported the women's claim you know they they they say that their friend told them what once he did to them that they or their current go to police and they they were free to do so because they felt that once the which shut them down they presented evidence that once the and hired a private investigation firm to track all of these women who are making allegations against him on a and it to try to discredit them so they they didn't present a pretty thorough case with more than thirty witnesses being on the stand during the trial he has a long trial do you think.

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"paul w" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"paul w" Discussed on WJR 760

"The towns in hotel in Birmingham Paul W. Smith rock and roll and then riding in the car the SUV the truck the pickup driving along here we're at the towns and hotel beautiful towns and beautiful Birmingham beautiful Huntington the economic outlook breakfast it's just a beautiful day in the neighborhood happy to say hi to Aerith Dietz regional president for Huntington into drive in southeast Michigan he's been on the show before in the end you always share some helpful tips for our listeners how to manage their money you should to help some of the municipalities within the sound of my voice right now they probably used to help right now nice to see you and you've got a busy morning planned out too we sure do Paul good morning a really happy to be here we we do take a proactive approach to total looking out for our clients a lot of it is sharing insights about the economy and we have one of the best John Augustine is our chief investment officer and he'll be with us here today and thank you guys for being here with us as well well thanks for inviting us we take it as a real honor to be able to be here like this and and let people know what's going on here and John will be on the show a little later this morning's here some of his his insights but when you think about Huntington you think about it organization a company that's been around for a very long time but you also have to keep coming up with new things new ideas what's going on there we do Paul thanks and we've been around for a long time one hundred and fifty three years to be to be exact while we employ thirty four hundred of folks here in Michigan I have twelve hundred here in my region to Detroit and we actually have two hundred eighty branches of that that are spread out throughout this wonderful state of Michigan are we going to continue vest the people yes and and the businesses that that reside here we do have a new branch opening to which we look at about where where is that in the city of Detroit yeah so we we continue that investment and mac an altar will be the new location that actually will open on January twenty first on a soft basis will do a grand opening in March well along with that in addition to the news branch opening a you have continued Eric dates and having tend to be very involved in helping to grow entrepreneurs in mid Michigan that's kind of a you have a soft spot in your heart for the hard working entrepreneurs and to help them we do we do in at Huntington we're uniquely position and we do it through our customers we we invest in our customers we loaned them lots of money to make sure that they make their dreams come true since the recession Paul which is you know roughly ten years ago we look at that and we still agree with the with the economics that two out of every three jobs are created by small business and that's still a big focus for us we we've been the number one SP wonder in this region for eleven consecutive years while we don't intend to give that up and and and in fact we're actually number one in the country in terms of total volume you know I we we broadcast America's thanksgiving parade to presented by art van and Tony Michaels and the parade company do a great job you had a new float in the parade in the in have you had a business segment on that float for a recall we did you know and and the front part of the flow was dedicated to our traditional you know individuals in the people that we we love and take care of here in the market but why not showcase one of our greatest assets and that's our small business of sandy really make make sure the Tony highlighted that and it was the caboose of our of our are full to sheer she she also always is there a separate company at the at the pancake breakfast at live Vance with a tape measure measuring to make sure I think it has the longest tallest biggest float it's a real competition sixty high it's funny.

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WJR 760

06:42 min | 2 years ago

"paul w" Discussed on WJR 760

"To a more Paul W. Smith on W. J. are once again substituting here's Kevin D. S. well the minimum wage went up from nine dollars and forty five cents to nine dollars and sixty five cents twenty cent increase which is good news for hourly minimum wage workers so that of course is not the case for people who rely on tips people get tips there they also got a twenty cent increase but not at the nine sixty five level much less they are are still very much reliant on tips from customers and how about the tip that Danielle Franzoni got the thirty one year old single mother working at the Thunder Bay river restaurant in Alpena Michigan on Sunday a couple came into the restaurant and left a tip on a twenty three dollar bill the message said happy new year twenty twenty tip challenge her tip was two thousand and twenty dollars she was stunned a year earlier she had been living in a homeless shelter and she was so happy with the couple's generosity she later went out to another restaurant and she left a tip of twenty dollars and twenty cents to try and pay for Dick did you catch that story yeah we saw that as per I thought it was interesting that maybe there's other people have done this that we haven't heard about because it looks like it's not just a one time thing right yeah I I I think it's kind of neat I like when these challenges sort of go viral or get around in in people see something that's how I could do that you know instead of yeah it's kind of fun or maybe even leave twenty point two percent I guess I I anything that yet either the twenty four these these people work so hard and there so appreciative of their tips and and people who work for tips are always said to be the best tempers in return because they understand the importance of it all but Mackey imagine yeah yeah it's you serve twenty three dollars where the food is not something and your your tip on that is a two thousand and twenty how man that that that's pretty good yeah they were kind of like the restaurant equivalent of dropping a Krugerrand into the red cattle I love it I love it I wanted to talk to Dick about the twenty twenty being here that means it's time for another census census ho yeah track yeah this is huge and the city's gonna spend about three million box trying to get the word out to make sure that people get counted in Detroit and you know we always talk about of people moving in or out of the city of Detroit and you you you remember what happened you know I mean at one point it was two million people lived in the city not something that a crowded city a million people you remember when I first fell below a million people and everybody was like all my gosh I can't believe Detroit's now under a million and then you know the numbers now where they talk between six and seven how yeah right around seven hundred thousand or so well it it it's really important because for every person who's counted in the census the city of Detroit gets five thousand five hundred dollars per year and you know and they only count every ten years so that's fifty five thousand dollars for the city for every person that they're able to count right and I Detroit they say is one of the hardest cities in the country to get account for they just say it's it's it's it's very very difficult ninety percent of the city is deemed hard to count because of issues like poverty of because of poverty right yeah no internet accessibility you know you're trying to reach these people and if if if they're poor and they they don't have access to the internet you know maybe the you know don't don't don't exactly the news and how much exactly how do you count homeless people how do you count people in in various forms of need that are kind of outside the mainstream and they can't be reached by normal means it's it's a good thing for every citizen to be counted because you community benefits from that not just to try but every community gets some form of federal and state help based on the census so everyone should be counted or else you're getting cheated yeah last time around only sixty four percent of detritus completed the survey that's kind of how they figure it out you know you they they they send out this paperwork and you fill it out and and and they try and come up with an official count you know Livonia by comparison last time around had ninety percent response the national average is about seventy four so to try that sixty four is coming in low so the city is trying to figure out ways to reach people what do you what do you think what I mean what is it what is a good way to do it they had a they visited they try to visit homes they they went out last year knocking on doors basically and I went to a hundred thirty thousand homes in areas that were under counted hundred thirty thousands a lot of homes but the other six seven hundred thousand people you know that's probably not right not even half of them you know they they put up some Billboard you feel you may see them as you're driving down the freeways say and you know the twenty twenty census is for everybody you have to you know you have to be counted and I don't know you know you go door to door DHEA you try to get the media if I were talking about it right now you know this but this is been going on now for decades Kevin and no good no good answer has been found you wonder whether some of statistical team could get together and make a proposal to the census bureau which ultimately I guess would be up to Congress for for some other better way to count people in America's cities because Detroit's not the only one ace a some sort of a statistical model that could be used to augment the face to face or or or the the personal response that the census bureau requires to count the number of people yeah it would be good if five the church's got involved too you know a lot of people make their way to church and and you could have some signage and literature up you know schools people you know are are are going to schools that's what you know if if you can get the word where the people are because.

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WJR 760

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"paul w" Discussed on WJR 760

"Governor of the great state of Michigan governor Gretchen with Martz spent two long have and I'm so glad to be with you Paul W. we are so happy to have you here just going backwards just a little bit how did the the Israel mission go all you know what it was spectacular we had just was incredibly well organized trip had an opportunity to speak about water conference find a couple ammo use and took in a lot of sites in the process but it really was spectacular I'm glad it went well and and nice to have you back home and we'll we'll watch for follow up business and and commitment to Michigan from our partners there in Israel there's a lot that's been going on and it's good that you will continue that and foster that as a by the way the governors in town speaking to us live from the legends grill on Jefferson Avenue boy this is going to help their business a lot governor sorry some pop in and grab an exam which is really a great small business believe me I would like to maybe after the show meanwhile a governor great news announcing the the decision by Ford Motor Company to expanded two of its key facilities and establish a new vehicle modification center in southeast Michigan we're looking at with that that money that's on the front page one point one and a half billion dollars worth of investment on tap all together is about three thousand more jobs three thousand good paying jobs this is just the most recent chapter and I think with my next story of the year which is investment in mobility in Michigan part of the reason that I was in Israel and Silicon Valley recently is because we've got something to offer here in Michigan that is so unique and something that we're going to continue to grow as we going to twenty twenty but this sector we are leading and we're going to continue to do so and this investment is just one more example of that see the the you you have a budget you don't have the budget you wanted you you don't have what has been your signature during the election run campaign it's after was about the roads and the is there any hope in sight in this new year of trying to come together and get that fixed well there's always hope Paul I you know I introduce a budget that would fix the damn house I did what I thought I was going to jail unfortunately the legislature just was never really serious about fixing the problem they never put an alternative on the table and so if they're not going to get serious we're going to see the worst pothole season in our memory this spring and that's why as we go into next year I will be you know making some news in terms of the next phase of what my question is to fix the damn road so we're gonna get a chance well you know if we truly face an even worse bottles situation everyone's going to be furious and they're going to be furious with everyone in Lansing everyone deservedly so you know I was interested I put that solution on the table and I know it wasn't warmly embrace to put it lightly but the fact of the matter is we have a two point five billion dollar crisis and we're all paying for it and unless someone's got a good alternative I think that our leaders have have failed us in Lansing and I'm going to continue to have go forward I was hired as the chief executive I'm gonna do everything I can in my power to fix this problem lets you know you're the chief executive as you say in the in the old line always is the Buck stops here and I know that's frustrating to you because you did do what you said you were going to do you put forward a budget that was going to fix the roads but it was not accepted and now you have to somehow or another creatively work with those people I'm wondering if I eat the environment that we live in today the the impeachment environment for example of the coincidently happening officially today if it's caused any kind of a division between Democrats and Republicans acrimony if you will in Lansing and the Lansing political scene that is making it difficult to get things done well I I think that you know I've been consistent in saying we don't want the oxygen fireman DC's be replicated in Lansing and to some extent you know I think we've been able to avoid that certainly we've had our down moments today is a sad day in America with the you know that the impeachment of a president what I commend our legislators who are doing what they think is the right thing to do at the end of the day that's that's very important but I would try to stay focused on finding the solutions and common ground to the problems that are affecting us as Michigan enters because they're not part of the water's not person skills aren't partisan the ability to get a family had an out of poverty shouldn't be partisan and that's where I wanna spend my manager I eat it I would not vote for the impeachment I think it's pretty obvious if you listen to me for five minutes would you have voted for impeachment if in that position governor well you know I've watched my congresswoman Melissa flock and I do her due diligence hold her town halls and be very transparent and I'm I'm proud of the way that she conducted herself when I if I if I were in her shoes and it was faster with all the information she was I'm probably would end up with the same conclusion she has do you expect there of that you know the president's all tied up in this stuff way as much as he says it's bogus and he's not going to pay.

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01:37 min | 2 years ago

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"J. R. news I'm decade or more of the Paul W. Smith metro Detroit has an exciting event approaching the capuchin soup kitchen is holding its forty seventh annual sock dinner on Friday September twenty seventh which has been serving our community for nearly ninety years and they have the commitment of Lear corporation a global automotive technology leader in seating and electrical and electronic systems leaders president and CEO ray Scott and his wife Maria are under to be chair persons for the event one of the year's visions as a company is to support the communities where it does business empowering everyone to support the people who are part of our human family leader humbly stands behind the capuchins work and their diligence and serving people tending to their basic needs and helping humanity prosper. together we can help more people in our community thrive in their daily lives if you'd like to learn more about the annual sock dinner or purchase tickets visit sock dinner dot org to learn more about capuchin soup kitchen. visit C. S. K. Detroit's dot com. hi this is the one you're asking you to help us mode on hunger wonders partners with leaders and other local food banks to raise one million meals for hundred kids now through October a wonderful match donations made to these food banks so kids will have the food they need to learn at school during mode on hunger every dollar you donate will provide six meals for hundreds of thousands of children in southeast Michigan struggle with hunger especially over the weekend glitters programs help kids get the nourishment thingy help us mode on hunger today is the one that's not come to learn more help us reach the million miracle that's why your stock com. your hearing Paul W..

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05:49 min | 2 years ago

"paul w" Discussed on WJR 760

"Good morning Paul W. great to be with you always nice to have you here Sir from where you sit how are we doing in this says stand off with Iran. I don't well I I think I right now we are still a trying to gather the intelligence information to know exactly what happened I haven't had a briefing yet expecting you know that well later to to get a better sense of what happened there but I say I think probably the most the biggest takeaway that I that I have that concerns me is the fact is it looks as if the these were drones that were used unmanned drones had something that I've been working on over the the last couple years as a member of the Armed Services Committee understanding that there are these drones are a relatively low cost weapons so that can be used as we have seen here a very effectively against a very high consequence target I think we're gonna see the use of drones being used on more frequently likely changed the face of warfare in significant ways in the future and we we have to adapt to this threat we have to be focused on on the this threat and continued understand that they will very likely be used again at other targets. around the world they are if apparently frighteningly effective and you back senator it changes everything now virtually any small time punk can wreak havoc anywhere in the world. the that is accurate and that's why we have to develop a strategies to deal with that then obviously there are a lot of a lot of targets that are potentially in in the minds of individuals so so it's difficult to be able to protect all those targets but we have to develop technologies to to deal with that and I'm very concerned about it and back I'm I service the ranking member on the emerging threats and capabilities as the subcommittee within the armed services committee and this is our precisely one of the things that we've been focusing on over over the last couple years and they're closer to home with worldwide implications the UAW GM strike your tech. well well my take is first off let's hope it done it ends soon I think it's encouraging are that the parties are are at the the table though they'll be there again today and are focused on getting a resolution as you know up all of your strike it's hard on both sides of the company and the workers so right now though what you know I certainly stand with them the workers so they sacrificed a great deal to make sure that John Waters is where they are today especially during the financial crisis and now the General Motors is doing better want to make sure that that they're also able to participate I am glad you put it that way that you're on a straight forward senator Gary Peters with this at because I've heard other Democrats say the same thing we stand with the UAW we stand with the workers so is it of your opinion that these workers have been treated incorrectly and poorly by General Motors. I think that what the workers have to do to stand up for for their rights and and you have to make sure that they are are able to participate in the successes of the company that it's a fair and equitable that so part of the process I know one thing in particular that they'll be focusing on is to make sure that you know if you see any kinds of increases yet production that should be in the United States so with American workers yeah we had three General Motors plants closer recently in Ohio and Michigan we know that the new Chevy blazer is going to be built in Mexico I'm not in the United States and thank of workers are saying if you have excess capacity in United States Lexus capacity in Mexico when you do bring on new new production line still should be in the United States so with American workers that should be a priority and I think all of us agree that were better off when products are made in the United States and made by American workers finally the actual at B. and all this other news has happened since we first is scheduled you senator but what we we have you scheduled to talk about we'll do it right now but it seems insignificant compared to everything else but as as senator Peters is the ranking member of the Senate homeland security and governmental affairs committee with you in thirty four of your colleagues introduced the heightened oversight of travel eating and lodging or the hotel act which would immediately stop the federal government from spending taxpayer dollars at properties owned by the president vice president cabinet officials seriously is this really such a big problem that we need to put any effort and time into this right now with everything else going on. yeah well I I think you you raise the rate quite all of you this this unfortunately there's something we also have to deal with but you're right there are bigger issues that we have to deal with we need to be focused on what in that capacity the role it's about the protecting taxpayer money to make sure that money is being spent the way it should be spent and certainly that means avoiding any potential conflicts of interest and that's what this legislation is not related to our conflicts of interest with with government officials where you have federal money being spent and yen properties owned by an individual who profits directly from the spending of federal money we do have a number of laws that prevent that but not in this case and I think we should have to deal with this case unfortunately we do in these instances keep coming up we have a recent incident with airforce personnel being directed to appears to be directed to a property is owned by the president and may be a violation of protocols for the airforce I don't want to deal with those issues as well that's why I say let's put it in the long let's take that off the table so we can deal with really serious issues. we talked about here today and I talked about on your program on many occasions United States senator Gary Peters thank you Sir. thank you we appreciate your find.

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04:06 min | 3 years ago

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"To the public I had put on my Instagram Paul W. Smith stuff of all the policemen staff about a picture with Brooks and some guys and in depth of the caption simply was Brooks always made us laugh and he did but don't ever forget how serious he was about representing the people of Oakland county and what a good friend he was too many of us whether we were eating dinner at my house or out and about or just run into him he always had a jokey always was smiling he always had a good laugh and he will be missed and he will be laid to rest today he will never be forgotten a Brian Morton put together a little bit of a montage of some of our time with Oakland county executive Brooks Patterson Brooks good morning I am fine I hope you're well listen I hate while I was traveling I got an alert my telephone saying that L. Brooks Patterson him to the bed he will not be running for election in two years I never said that that's the right and I make a lame duck out of my job yeah everything is used for that live with it into and out of no no you're not as well yeah but as a member to do a a I mean I and so forth you tell people of the eighty two hikers up let me go you know fight out easily I know you yeah forty four okay forty four forty four yeah supported by among others when county executive worn it would stand at Detroit mayor Mike Duggan you have some nice things to say about to the job the mayor was doing in Detroit Brooks it up to a great start and I think now he right off the low hanging fruit down I think you're going to make the momentum is there and working overtime to bring in a transportation system to build a new hockey arena and it's been amount of time trying to recruit this I knew where that was going my that was going of all the good work mark was there to what company I got our cackle so welcome to the Oakland county at a park in the market lobby before the speech began eating to tell your service always make a nervous mark at the sound of indoor plumbing it's been no secret you're going to run again that will take me select get reelected up to eight at that point time I think I'll finally conceded yeah okay can still so sad for if you have a wait a minute choose any thoughts in mind and who should take over your job one and I'm I'm one day out of it I think it's going to be about a broken that Mike my guess is that he's so well recognized as a well financed it Michael said will be the standard bearer of the Republican side and on the I want to get under my own power he Laurie carried out at your shield nobody but if you have to be carried out I'll be there with you my frat related break it up by well.

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05:25 min | 3 years ago

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"Paul W. Smith on WJR once again substituting here's Kevin D. S. tiger fans have not had much to cheer about this year when it comes to wins we've had way more losses than wins out at the ballpark but this is a story involving the Detroit Tigers that everybody is going to cheer I'm talking about a program where they do kind of a make a wish program and they are helping out a family the sheer family that I want to introduce you to a match here is a college student who wants to be a broadcaster he's currently an intern with the Detroit Tigers his father is Mike share who I happen to go to college with at Western Michigan University and he was one of my roommates Mike Shearer was diagnosed in February with a LS in the Detroit Tigers are helping him make a wish come true by allowing him to go into the booth tonight for the tiger game and watches son Matt work in the broadcast booth with Dan Dickerson in Jim price it's going to be a magical evening and joining me on the line right now are both Matt and Mike how you doing guys good cabin hello Kevin thank you for having us all I'm so glad that you guys are able to be here this morning with us Matt tell me a little bit about this internship you're doing with the Tigers so for the internship learning from Dan Dickerson Jim price getting good shuttle those guys basically for all lady one home games just learning the ins and outs of the major league broadcast booth and then also get to learn a little bit on the in game entertainment side as well with my boss stand for actor who does a wonderful job you guys see what goes up on the scoreboard in a daily basis a lot of work to get in to see that aspect as well standards a wonderful job with the whole school board department I get to be a part of the broadcast operations on a daily basis as well as being game entertainment side and it's a lot of work but it it's very enjoyable and I agreed experience I know Matt that you want to be a broadcaster when you finish school and I I had the pleasure of listening to you do your work at college actually called a basketball game that my daughter Alexi was plain infer Kalamazoo college against your team that ended up winning that game you were fabulous hi there Mike let's bring you into the conversation you got to be really proud of your son yeah absolutely seven this was when when I found out that Matt became the twenty nineteen radio broadcasts in turn out always very excited for him mad a given me the ultimate get out of life he had to take one year college job and health care for me and then when the Tigers came calling I told the back to back this is a fantastic opportunity that you have to go and do this and I quite honestly didn't wanna leave me but I I told that you can't have thought so each day we talked with will go down there Comerica were under a phone together and after each talk all day and he called me back we talk about the game the what he had done during the game so it is very exciting I'm very proud of my guys I was heartbroken to hear when you're diagnosed with a LS and I know you moved down to Florida in two thousand seventeen and you really haven't been able to get back to Michigan but in in it's a struggle for you to to travel for sure but you made a special trip from Florida to Michigan to be here tonight what is going to happen tonight well tonight I is discuss with the Tigers that my primary reason was to be in the boat a and watch Matt you know doing what he wants loves to do is a great passion for broadcasting so from what I understand he's going to you're going to you will be on the field we're going to take a family picture and then I get to go to the radio and TV broadcasts who meet their needs the guys and as far as going out into the field I told them I said I don't need to do that my main reason for coming out just don't be in the booth and watch that what he loves to do and that's the body well you guys are an incredible family in this is a wonderful thing that the Tigers are going to do this is going to be the third inning tonight when Mike is in the booth with his son Matt watching him pursue his dream thank you guys for joining us today we're thinking of you I appreciate the cabin thanks again and yeah we're very excited about tonight all right you're listening to the Paul W..

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03:40 min | 3 years ago

"paul w" Discussed on WJR 760

"Country I've been listening my whole life way back to the days of JP McCarthy right to to Paul W. Smith and I can't tell you how much fun I'm having sitting here today filling in for Paul W. Smith Jamie today is our team and Thomas the producer good morning Cathy how are you today I'm great welcome welcome thank you very much to Cape news the news director is here with us you are at the top of the golden tower how about that I'm like in it unlike and then a lot of sports director Steve Courtney is here with us good morning Katie how are you you know how it goes I do I do we're still talking about the debate last night how great the city of Detroit look how wonderful the fox theater look well it just lit up on the TV screen last night when when is introduced their own CNN we've talked a little bit about the winners and losers and what about the local issues it took about an hour before any of the candidates really got into it but finally we heard about the bankruptcy we heard about the flint water crisis we heard about the concerns of union workers which we're gonna get into in a little bit as well and also about infrastructure which is a national problem but also a problem here what struck you when the conversation turned to some of the local issues there was a little friction between Warren and out and Ryan congressman Ryan of Ohio congressman Ryan probably knows more about the auto industry issues than anybody else on that stage and when he started talking about what he thought needed to be done to help the auto industry I think Warren and Sanders were kind of dismissive of what he was saying they got into the idea of when these gas powered cars were gonna right he done this a twenty forty and all the sudden I said Hey you know who's on board with that we like the idea of being done without Gaspar taxes I think everyone in to try just a wait of and what it what are we doing here it gave us a view of what the rest of the country he did sees about the auto industry at it what they indicated is that the rest of the country thinks the auto industry is behind the times by book of producing all these big SUVs and pickup trucks when the rest of the world is wanting electrics and all the other of the latest technology they want electrics Richard I mean electric vehicles have been available in one way shape or now is not a great question that consumers are not just Detroit buyers Ryan the consumers are the consumers from all across the country including their constituencies and they're the ones buying all the big vehicles that's a good point well and here's the thing you know California who had we know historically is the toughest emission regulations in the nation you know they like their guacamole out there and the Atlanta realize how those and Subaru's that's what you find out exactly and a lot of hybrids so what is a hybrid you can talk about you know the electric vehicle and it's the wave of the future and it listened they've been around for a while I just don't think that is the big three that have to admit that the the sales have not match their expectations why Bernie Sanders jumped in and others followed through the say Hey don't don't worry people involved in the auto industry you know we're gonna get you these new jobs we're going to try you and I these new building batteries or whatever they're going to be in a new deal dealing right but you think that people with the jobs actually believe them not only you know and the would have to be a lot of retraining for that to give you a minute to pause and think where are we going what's to try going to do how do we get ready moving forward with a lot more to talk about when.

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04:06 min | 3 years ago

"paul w" Discussed on WJR 760

"Your hearing, the Paul W Smith show. News, talk seven sixty WJR. Well, I just found out our next guest and I have something in common daughters that went to a great school Saint Paul's on the lake in Grosse Pointe. And that means we both have, or suitable have drivers in the house, your seemingly, taking a lot taking a lot better Tricia, Morrow Chevrolet safety engineer with your Ellie. I'm not as comfortable with my Sophie because I can't I, I can't believe she's sixteen now. And then I have to deal with the fact that she's going to be driving soon as Elliara driving. Is in the midst of drivers China. And I've gotta tell you Paul I'm terrified, you know, as a safety engineer looking at this data every day, it really, you know, drives us to try and introduce some of these features to help keep our kids safe on the road. Well, God bless you for doing that as Chevrolet has introduced an industry. I buckle to drive feature which, which among other things can remind our young drivers to buckle up before driving. And how does it work? So study is really excited to introduce this buckle to drive feature. It's embedded within teen driver. And as you said, it's designed to help increase seat belt is, especially among teens who we know have lower seat belt use rates than other age groups, and it's really easy to use a new vehicle vehicles coming to keys. The team key is really easy to program, by the parent, so every time so THEO elegant in the car and use that key. They turn the vehicle on, if they're not wearing their seatbelts, they're going to get a message that says Bucko seatbelt to shift and that shift. I will be locked until they put their seatbelts on or the feature times out for after twenty seconds. So that's after you put the current teen driver motives, there, ever been conversation at Chevrolet, or anywhere that you're aware of as we speak with Tricia, Morrow Chevrolet safety engineer of doing that on all cars as just a matter of business. You think people would rebel? That's such a great question. You know, we know wearing your seat belt is the number one thing that anyone can do to protect themselves in a crash. But with our first implementation of teamed of buckle to drive we really saw an opportunity with teens. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates Muncie about is just at around ninety percent. But according to the CDC teens only self report wearing their seat belt all the time fifty nine percent of the time. So we really saw a great opportunity with these teams to help increase seat belt use, which we know really saves lives. Well, and we know that teens have tendency to seem invincible, but we've gotta share these statistics once again, as you brought them up. We have to reiterate them to our kids, tragically seat belt use is lowest among teen drivers. And in fact, according to the centers for disease control and prevention, the majeur. Of teenagers involved in fatal crashes are in fact on buckled. I honestly Tricia you brought this up. I didn't know there was an epidemic of teens not wearing the seat belts. I was hoping that this generation, at least headed so embedded into their mindset because of their parents that, that wouldn't be the problem. Now. Yeah, it's interesting. The things that we see with teams you know, they independently not in vehicles, they use their cell phones. They listen to loud music, but once in a vehicle, there's so much going on. And we really want them to focus on that primary task of driving. Which is why team driver is such a great tool. It's no extra cost. It's standard. I don't all several days and what team driver does is it offers battle, you and I are little extra peace of mind, by having.

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WJR 760

07:13 min | 3 years ago

"paul w" Discussed on WJR 760

"The Paul W Smith show. News talk seven sixty WJR good Wednesday morning to you. It's not good on the roadways. It's winter like on the roadways, which is what you might expect on Wednesday February twenty seven th the fifty eighth day of twenty nineteen with three hundred seven days left in the year. Make each and every day count each day is a gift and well even a day like today, let's face. It is a gift and with three hundred and seven days left in the year. We only have one day left in February. Does that mean March will come in like a lion? I think I think that's what it means think. So I think it's gonna come in like a lion. Not like a lamb. And or the roar the restore the roar and the Punxsutawney Phil and all the rest of the guys out there. Who apparently said, I don't pay that much attention. If it doesn't happen during the week. We don't I don't even. Sweetheart duty thing on the show about it. But it was like he said he'd see Springer spur early spring or something, right? He's a little cuckoo for cocoa puffs this time around it seems you know. So they had their meeting. Thank you for telling us what they talked about television into a particularly good job of that. They apparently fell it was more important to hear themselves talk about what they talked about. But maybe they when they were really talking they played it. But then they just I guess they did then. But then they just kept replaying the video, and we went to it at one point. And it was the other people talking about them talking. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. I think you do. So there is a lot of concern because they were going into dinner. And we've heard reports that that that this guy generally doesn't eat anybody else's food. But he is he loves to eat. He has ballooned. He's always been a little overweight, but he has he's ballooned in weight. And that's at least what we're seeing when we look at him now, and he loves to show off his wealth by throwing his own lavish parties overflowing with all the best food and alcohol that he imports. And we should ask maybe Frankel called Dennis Rodman Frank probably has Dennis's cell phone. I don't think we do. But there's never been any need to call Dennis Rodman for us. Thank you. But maybe he can call Dennis Rodman and ask about those lavish parties that the dictator has thrown. And you know, right. He throws his weight around. He does throw his weight around. He likes to I'm I'm reading a thing about his tastes. He loves sushi. And so he likes to as they put it stuff himself. Stuff himself with sushi. Generally, speaking. That's not that bad. I mean, maybe all the rice if you eat too much of it. He should be eating sashimi without the rice. He is constantly popping bottles of crystal or crystal is the way they like to say it in Hollywood the crystal champagne, and he only sips the best of what he has sources say he spends an average of thirty million dollars per year on importing liquor. To share with his inner circle, and he'll drop two thousand dollars on a single bottle of Hennessy. And remember it spending millions importing foreign delicacies. He's the dictator of a country in extreme poverty. This is worse than let them eat cake. They're not eating anything, and he apparently is eating everything including pork from Denmark, caviar from Iran Mellon from China. Kobe beef from Japan? He wants eight so much cheese. He. He had to go into hiding. I don't know what that means. His obsession with cheese is legendary he ate so much. He made himself sick. According to London's UK metro Kim had to step back from the public eye for a brief period after consuming too much cheese imported from Sweden. Well, there's the secret if Trump needs to know this he needs to zero in on the soft underbelly the cheese. The cheese factor. There could help Trump in this summit who knew that she is from so Gouda. Yeah. So good sorry. Didn't know you were going there. I wouldn't have stepped on that. Do you have the drummer working or did he go away? Oh, he left with Brian. I'm I don't know. He's on vacation. Eric. Oh, Eric thinks. It was funny. He was laughing. I think he was laughing with us not at us. I don't know. He has snake wine which comes with a dead Cobra in the bottle. Boy, that's something. I certainly would want to drink. Are you kidding me? There's a cold breath in this bottle, any drinks it cheese. This is the guy. What it does Steve say earlier, this is a guy who got like eighteen holes in one. He took up the game of golf. He had eighteen holes won his first round because he is the supreme leader right now. And and it also they put out that he wants boasted that he drank ten bottles of Bordeaux wine at a single meal. Ten bottles aboard. Oh, he would be dead. If he drank ten bottles aboard, oh at a single meal, a huge portion of his budget. Went to Brazilian coffee. Spent close to a million dollars on Brazilian coffee. He apparently likes that coffee way, you know, after all that cheese. You better get at least some coffee, and if you ever hope to your idea of Buddy's pizza diplomacy. Yeah. I think is someone needs to get to Trump about this. Because he wasn't great idea. He's never had it. So it could be the deal breaker. As he lives large and his people starve how disgusting anyway. Better though, for them to be our, friends and trading partners. I'd say the same thing for Cuba because the only people suffering just like he's not suffering. But his people are is in Cuba. The people of Cuba are suffering and not the leaders. So what's the point here? As a lot of opportunity in a lot of different ways. And and making these countries better and making things better for their people. I know it's not our job. But if it's something we can do. It's a good thing to do Eric Smith become county prosecutor gonna tell his side of the story. We heard from the executive Mark Hackell yesterday making some pretty strong allegations of impropriety. We'll talk to the prosecutor give him his chance to say what he wants to say because he feels there's impropriety on the county executive site. So we'll talk about it. Seven fourteen.

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02:09 min | 3 years ago

"paul w" Discussed on WJR 760

"Paul W thanks so much for having me on are the two biggest things to worry about frostbite and hypothermia. They are in fact. Yeah. The the biggest things that can happen when we're seeing temperatures as low as zero degrees Fahrenheit and below our first hypothermia, and then secondarily frostbite, those are the two biggest things I tell my patients to to watch out for particularly if you have to spend a lot of time outside and some people can't avoid having to spend some time outside. So if you you should limit your time outside in these dangerous temperatures that we're about to see for the next couple of days. But if you do need to go outside, obviously layers of warm clothing, and then watch for signs of frostbite in hypothermia, what are some of the signs of frostbite? So some of the signs of frostbite in particular are when you start noticing a pain in your digits like your fingers, the tipsy your nose and then associated with that. If you see skin. Color changes, particularly like if the skin turns darker, blue purple black that kind of thing those two together pain with the with the skin color changes can indicate that frostbite is setting in. If you just have a little bit of pain of the tips of the fingers that could be could be normal. It could be from the cold exposure is we sometimes call that frost nip just by the just by being exposed to the cold. But in particular, if you have that pain associated with the darker discoloration of the skin that is concerning signs. Hypothermia? Yes. So for hypothermia specifically, you'll notice at first just with mild hypothermia, you may start shivering. That's of the first sign that your your body is battling the cold. And then if you're shivering progressives to not really being able to think straight like maybe acting kind of a little confused or slurring your words that can be signs indicating more significant hypothermia has cited in something that people won't think about I mean, we all know where the hats if you have a face mask scarf, neck, warmer, mips or gloves mittens stand to be warmer..

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WJR 760

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"paul w" Discussed on WJR 760

"Degrees. Well, over seven hundred fifty schools closed we have not had the official opening. Announcement from metro airport which closed about seven or eight last night, if I recall correctly, and you can go to WJR dot com. If you still need to figure out that your school is closed, but it is. But you go to WJR dot com. And you look under news or the Paul W Smith show, and you'll be when you see it. I know it is showing because you you wanna make sure before you hold your kids back, and you have to make your plans because you're going to work at cetera et cetera. But the school closing list on WJR dot com. A service a family heating, cooling and electrical family's not just their name. It truly is the way they do business. Now here I'm watching the news last night. Or it must've been I'm going to say it was channel four our partner. And I see this woman. The movie star got a fake fur hat on blinky sunglasses. I turn up the sound in its it's m dots. Diane Zsa Zsa Gabor cross. It's the new hard hat. Look, you know, trying to attract him, you know, I've never seen you like that. I do normally have my safety gear on when I'm talking with reporters, but we were off at an offsite location. And it was so cold. It was just so called that I left the hat on. Well, I'm glad you did. I liked the look it was I'm sure you've heard from people about about the hat and the sunglasses blinky sunglasses. Yeah. Kate spade. Beautiful. They look like old movie star from the forties. That's my favorite kind of left side. Do you like that? Glamour and Lieutenant Sean text me this morning. It says Paul W making funnier look I wasn't making fun. I was making note of it. My I noted that you you. We're all kind of movie star looking with the sunglasses. And now you tell me their movie star sunglasses. So I wasn't wrong. And I wasn't making fun of you far. Be it from me. Diane cross to make fun of you, especially when you hold our future in your hands. What do you do like this on a day? Like this today with all the mess. I'll tell you get Baxter early, and you deal a lot with our folks who are watching the cameras and the county out salting and trying to tweet messages to the public. Hopefully, they're not looking at them while driving because the league or not we have a lot of people who do that they read them and they tweet while driving. We've had a lot of cars off on the shoulder. So we don't know if it's an overheating type of thing or maybe some standing water because we the crew salted all night in all three counties, and then that melts freezes, and it has just been a sheet of ice everywhere. Especially on the ramps going from freeway to freeway at people just take those a little too fast. And we've had a lot of crashes this morning on ramp. What happens to is? They start to slide a little then they touch the break. And then it's over. But I noticed the shoulders looked like glare is a couple of times this week is when they're salting they're not necessarily concentrating on the shoulder. So that that might hit people. They might come off what they. Feel is a pretty dry piece of pavement because of the salt, and such and then hit the shoulder and have some problems. Yeah, I'm sure they'll also as drivers are going through that salty slushy Nixon it shoots out of the shoulders. And then that just freezes. They're definitely been a very busy morning and drivers as always they gotta keep both eyes on the road in both hands on the wheel. So that you can control your vehicle should you hit a patch of ice or maybe you're okay. But the drivers around you don't know what they're doing. And you need to be able to react. That's good point. Now has 'em dot shut down some construction work because of these dangerous slippery conditions or we don't have too much actual construction going on anywhere. Good news. So far fingers crossed overnight. The potholes are holding up for the moment on seventy five through Oakland County, the stretch from thirteen to crooks and then again from Ortonville up to the county line. Our last big project is seventy five a ruse. And most of that work is just finishing work getting..

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"paul w" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"paul w" Discussed on WJR 760

"That our guest Adam Carrington said, you know, what it is both sides don't trust each other. And can I take it a step further? I think we've people who liked to try to use common sense common sense. Isn't so common today, and I'm going to tie the two together this way because if you're on one side, you had people saying why do you hate immigrants? I don't hate emigrants. You can come to this country. Do it legally. And then the other side will say why do you want to let everybody in? I don't wanna let everybody in it. Really? I mean, that's what we've come down to is. The other side has to take the extreme you have to you skip literally three exits. I can't tell you. How many times I've had that this country is the best country in the world. Anybody is welcome here. But in this country, we have laws and one of the losses. Well to be legal. You can come here. Just be legal. I really it's it's. Head-scratching to me that it's gotten to where it is. It's one of those situations. Like when you talk to your kids, you tell your kids to act like an adult. Maybe we shouldn't do that anymore. Paul W here along with George Clamper family, heating, cooling, and electrical, George what would you like to talk about today? I want to tell you about our whole house generators there installed fairly easily one day. They're almost a necessity in Michigan. How do they work? If there's ever a power outage these generators are hooked up with natural gas. You don't fill them with gasoline or anything these are hooked up just like your furnaces? That's a wonderful thing because within seconds the generator kicks in and you have power until the power comes back on. Now. We're not talking about lighting up a whole five bedroom. Three bath luxury villa? Right. But you can install a whole house generator that does the whole house the time to consider a whole house generator.

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