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"pittsburgh center" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"This we will have forever. It is very very very different but I am not filled with nostalgia saying I am filled with wonder about Sierra Canyon and everybody involved with the embracing the new way and so I was looking backwards that night I was looking forwards. Thanks Brian Coming up another family story this time about the bills goodbye. Twenty nineteen goodbye windows. Seven Dell's this holiday. Sales are the perfect time to say. Hello to twenty twenty and a windows. Ten upgrade save big under latest business computers powered by Intel core processors officers. Don't forget to shop. Servers storage and thousands of top brand electronics. All with Free Shipping Call Small Business Technology Advisor to help you find. Find the right tech- for your business needs at eight. Seven seven by Dell. That's eight seven seven by Dell or visit Dell dot com slash business deals. Here's another story. I want you to know on Sunday night. The buffalo bills play the Pittsburgh steelers lers and it's going to be a historic moment. Not just because it's Buffalo's first Sunday night game in twelve years but also because it'll be the first time in in more than ninety years that's three brothers will play in an NFL game on Pittsburgh side you've got traded men's running back and Terrell admits the the team strong safety and I'm Buffalo. There's tremaine plays linebacker trae. Terrell and Tremaine aren't the only brothers in the NFL. Of course there are at least two other players on the steelers alone with siblings in the League linebacker. TJ What has jj and Derek Marquees pouncey. Pittsburgh Center has has Mike but the edmonds are unique in several respects last year when Tremaine and Terrell were both drafted. It was the first time the two brothers had ever ever been picked in the first round at the same time. What I love about? Their story is dot while their Father Ferrell was a former. NFL tight end. The entire family attributes much of the boys success. Their mother Felicia according to a piece by the athletics. Lindsey Arcangelo when the edmonds brothers were young Felicia who is a PE teacher train them and speed and conditioning. She would wake them up for school two run laps in hills and have them sprint. While holding potato chip they could not break in their hands to teach them how to move without tensing up. All three boys went to Virginia Tech remain would bring his teammates home. His mom's workouts left them exhausted. Now that all three are in the. NFL She no longer trains them since they don't get home very often but she'll be there on Sunday rooting for all of for boys and I imagine particular form too many times and this has been. ESPN DAILY ESPN. Daily is produced by Michael. Bolton era era troy Farkas Alexandre hyacinthe. Mike John's Sarah Kazadi Steve Martin Ryan and Tell David Sarossy Andy tennant eve. Tro Chris to Manila in Erinvale..
"pittsburgh center" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Texas is back in session the first AFC south for nice if they lost by five touchdowns in Baltimore the Texans came home they beat the cold twenty seventeen as John walks in with a pair now is the the great on a special division when to take the lead in the in the south it is a lot more football player but definitely everyone in this in this league is very tough especially coming off a short week it's a great team discipline finally sound hard nosed team and they come in and and and take your business if I system is is great the Andre Hopkins will pull it back in the lineup for made three he had a big night seven catches a hundred forty yards Texas seven four and the calls are six and five the NFL up till the indefinite suspension of the ground miles Garrett who reportedly claimed that his helmet strike at Mason rob was a reaction to Ross racial slur route off through the Steelers vehemently denies in the NFL says it found no such evidence the pre game suspension of Pittsburgh center marquees Pouncey was reduced on appeal college hoops in New York by twenty five over now George down upset Texas play at Madison Square Garden tonight walking clubs at one six in a row they've got the best record in the east they before then one thirty seven to one twenty nine but to leave scored twenty million at thirty or more all four quarters Eric Bledsoe at thirty and Jana so the number twenty four points nineteen rebounds fifteen assists the Blazers fall to five eleven there without Damian Lillard CJ McCollum at thirty seven Carmelo Anthony's forty second hi guys out there have been using their wife or girlfriend shampoo.
"pittsburgh center" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Check your receipt Victor the case CBS sports desk yes stand the NFL this morning suspended brown's defensive in miles Garrett indefinitely through at least the end of the season including the playoffs the league also suspended Pittsburgh center marquees Pouncey for three games and Browns defensive tackle Larry Hogan Joe bay for one this after Garrett hit Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph over the head with his own helmet in the closing eight seconds of the brown spell fourteen point win last night Pouncey suspended for punching and kicking Garrett in the head as he was surrounded on the ground and Logan Joe be suspended for shoving road off to the ground immediately after the quarterback was hit with its own helmet reaction afterwards from brown's head coach Freddie kitchens that's not who miles wants to be that's not who were gonna be a you have to be able to maintain your composure in times like that and then no circumstance do we want anything to do with anything like that I'm embarrassed models and burst it's not good kitchen so the fact that route off the quarterback for Pittsburgh started the fracas is irrelevant we don't react like that no matter what that's not an excuse for anything that miles did at all we're not given him an excuse he doesn't want an excuse so it doesn't matter what happened I don't even care what happened well that Fazekas going to gain kitchens exasperated this affects his entire team never be Baltimore Pittsburgh in the same year since I've been in nineteen ninety nine and then we've got to talk about this so there's fifty two other guys in that team on the team that that hurt and it's gonna hurt moving forward so we don't condone that miles understands what he did wrong art he's got to maintain his composure again Gerrit suspended for the rest of the season including playoffs and the suspension may carry over into next season the NFL says he must meet with the commissioner's office prior to next season about reinstatement at the sports desk see Becker KCBS let's say you just bought a house bad.
"pittsburgh center" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"A. okay news from news and talk thirteen okay good Tuesday morning Atlanta right now we are at seventy five degrees in Alpharetta and liver should here is here's what's happening see March all president of the United States to stand with the working class of this country senator Bernie Sanders is receiving his first endorsement for president from a nation wide union the United electrical radio and machine workers of America announced yesterday that it would back Sanders at its annual convention in Pittsburgh center so the members that if he's elected he won't work with corporations that engage in anti union activities or strip away worker's benefits if they think they're going to do all of that and then get online for a federal contract thank god another thing the union has approximately thirty five thousand members in back seniors when he ran for the White House in twenty sixteen former vice president Joe Biden was the first twenty twenty candidate to receive an endorsement from a National Union the international association of firefighters it looks like viola Davis may be taking on the acting role the former First Lady Michelle Obama so time has cast Davis for a potential series call first ladies focusing on presidential wives throughout U. S. history the academy Emmy and Tony Award winning Davis is currently starring in the final season of ABC's how to get away with murder back in the metro now delta airlines is looking for flight attendants the Illinois based company said yesterday that applications are now being taken in an effort to hire one thousand flight attendants applicants must have a high school degree or GED and be twenty one years old hi January first Atlanta is one of thirteen flight attendant bases for delta sports now Georgia tech football is just days away from the opening season the yellow jackets will travel to top ranked Clemson on Thursday we need to make sure we're tackling running to the ball and playing against the league players you've got to be able to do that a high level breaking tackles second third efforts to get away from tackles protecting the football getting the football and forcing take aways situational awareness understanding the situations yellow jackets head coach Jeff Collins of what needs to be executed in order for the Georgia tech in order for Georgia tech to beat Clemson the Tigers are the reigning national champions Georges first game is this Saturday on the world.
"pittsburgh center" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"In south western Pennsylvania, that continues to be one of our achilles heels and lagging areas in comparison with other parts of the country articles in the paper about it all the time. Exactly. And that's bad quality hair day. Should we be concerned? Absolutely. Everyone should be concerned that that happens. This is something that we have a legacy of problems Pittsburghers can come together and try to make a difference. So that's why we exist. We're trying to elevate the issue. So that change can happen document here. Look, I have to tell you that every time we talk about these issues on the radio added callers, a particular old time Pittsburghers. Crashes? When I was a kid. It's a lot better. Now. I don't know what they're talking about. What are you talking about? Well, I mean, just to an analog their telephones are a lot better than they were, you know, thirty years ago too. So that's that's kind of the deal. We could benchmark ourselves with other cities throughout the country and other areas are improving more than we are. And so if you're a young person, and you want to find a place to live raise a family in work, you can go anywhere nowadays. And why would you choose some place that has bad air? So that's why it's so important. It's for our future that we have to at least get up into a level will recoverable to other cities our size with air quality. But we are seriously lagging since we're talking about air quality. They've been a lot of stories about trains, the kind of material that they're moving through this area, including heavily populate populated areas. We wonder about the. The potential for pollution with these and the infrastructure we have to deal with I met you have a laundry list of things to talk about, sir. The. Norfolk Southern is in the process of applying to increase the volume of trains through Pittsburgh. And to the east end. And there is a capacity for them to be rooting seventy to eighty trains a day. Now analysts at the university of Pittsburgh center for environmental health and communities determined that for every ten trains. That equals six pollution related deaths. A year for every hour that a train idols. That's one pollution related death a year, and we have anecdotal evidence that there are trains idling in Manchester, an environmental Justice area. I two days in two nights, solid. We've trained idling for four days and four nights in the trough of allegany county next to a playground. So what do what do we do? We have to move all this stuff. A fossil fuel based economy, almost what do we do about these things that have to move all this material through through the country. There is existing technology to take care of that. There are tier for engines that are less pollutant work on four engines there also that they can put on the older, locomotives. But at this point Norfolk Southern is saying, we're not going to do anything that we are not required to do by the federal railroad administration because of the expense of it, or what of course, damn the environments. Full speed. And they have a route around the city. You don't have to take these trains through the densely populated city. Now in addition to the pollution. There's an extreme risk of derailment. And. That's the result of running. Double stack trains, which have a higher center of gravity are less stable next to extreme oil trains that are carrying volatile Bach in crude shale oil and tar sand oil along with other chemicals. So if this intermodal train that had derailed near downtown and toppled into one of those trains carrying that Balkan oil through our city could have happened. Besides having traffic disrupted the blast zone. On the route that they're proposing is one mile wide. And within that blast zone. There's all three stadiums. There's a convention center. There's all hospitals. There's the universities schools. It's it's a real concern Twitter is potential for a disaster. I don't think there's any doubt. But again, the question becomes what are we to do to avert that potential yet still move the material that the nation needs to to functional? Well, the first thing that we need to do is to make sure that Norfolk Southern is doing inspections doing them properly and not disregarding the results. Now that accident last August on the south side, they said they had inspected the tracks. Just prior to that accident and. A properly conducted inspection with properly maintained calibrated and certified equipment will catch track failure. Before crash occurs. If it's done properly. So. You've got a concern. And I've called for an investigation of whether these inspections are being done properly because that's a warning sign. Now the other warning sign came last week. I attended a PUC field investigation audit of the merchant street bridge and Norfolk Southern's chief engineer provided a picture of a sinkhole that is literally literally two feet from the rail track, and they have an obligation to repair promptly repair the bridges that they run their rails over that's near bridges may they that sinkhole they did cosmetically, but they didn't do anything to the infrastructure, and it should never gotten to be a sinkhole if it was regularly inspected. All right. So that's a concern. We.
"pittsburgh center" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"I also. There's he came off as KOMO mess. He's a quarter. But we've never seen a quarterback. Do a Baker Mayfield is doing. I don't here's a criticism because he responds everything. And it's when he starts playing bad is gonna Pol on them, alone minutes. How will he react how how will handle that? The what he's doing is almost Dion Sanders this quarterback. But that's a quarterback position. We've never seen anything. I think it's a lot harder. It's quarterback is for you to do that. Because you're relying lot of people to make sure that you're able to do your job back. And that that line in Cleveland is not really that Pittsburgh center line that's going to protect like they do with being. So he's he's adding pressure to them along with whatever he says. So it's kind of atom isn't that week? Like, we need to create likability to protect us from our fall. Like, that's all we're saying Baker Mayfield chill out a little bit. Because when if versity hits you will fall down a wrong or to make sure you have a software. I think the standards different in terms of some people just like, hey, man, do the right thing. Now, it has nothing to do with the fall is just like, hey, man. That thing you're doing Hugh Jackson is distracting us from the fact you're about to tie or break Peyton Manning's records. I don't know that. Yeah. You the little undis- undersized quarterback? Who's about to set the football world on fire. I don't need to be talking about your beef with Hugh Jackson, you beef and down. Okay. About to be the biggest star in the league. And you'd be in with a one in thirty to coach you beef. And I will challenge the audience to separate the signal from the noise and no real from fake. And also challenge the same audience that didn't know that as a fact to look at it like this Hugh Jackson, and I'm not just going to talk about him coaches in general have cut cut players midnight hours. I've seen a coach take a player star. Layer gonna go quarterback quarterback this Goto. Our let's go to our state of the union season ticket holder meeting. That's starting quarterback get on the bus cut him in that moment after they sales season tickets point being coaches, some roofless things. Well, there's no question Marcel, but you've just moved the goalpost. Because again, what I'm talking about is Baker Mayfield doing the right thing not protecting himself when there's adversity. He is diminishing Baker Mayfield this kids, and what he's done in Cleveland Cleveland hasn't had a winning record in a decade. And a rookie quarterback is about to take them. There would have Peyton Manning type performance as a rookie. We're not talking about. We're talking about all his little beefs and they asked him everyday. Were you staring down? Hugh Jackson, and all this other stuff. He's putting shine own Hugh Jackson, but I do Hanson's done the laughing stock. This would be like arguing with Rich Kotite. Look, this whole thing is interesting separate conversation. But I do like the does of of our world. I do like the I like the smoke givers. And then they just gotta go in there and say they nobody's like, I think I like that. It's not a fact of liking or disliking. It's as a quarterback, you don't do these type of things because adversely. He's gonna hit them. Now when adversity hitting he's gonna shut up now, you're gonna say, oh, he's not being himself now. But it's not about a he's the same guy. All he's not gonna stare anybody down. Yes. Throws Kelsey interception. Oh, yes. He will go check his college sister. This to me if I was advising viruses, dead, James, whomever. This. What is Baker Mayfield wanna be polarizing why doesn't he want to be?.
"pittsburgh center" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Thank you, Pepsi center. Thirteen forty eight to go in the third period. Three three between the avalanche in the Pittsburgh Penguins. As we mentioned it was three nothing apps at one point faceoff once again Nathan MacKinnon versus Sidney Crosby. And it's one once again by Sidney Crosby a hat trick tonight as he turns the puck over at his own blue line dump down deep amigo rant and we'll give chase with decide by win. Glenn almost has his pocket. Picked by Nathan MacKinnon, Scott gets a free. Now, Mika ranted back for Landis Gog high slot. Here's come standard stepping up. Throws it towards an election. Why McKenna throws it back out in front with a backhand? And it's picked up by Pittsburgh. They'll lock down ice Harry Johnson. Retrieve he has a gold tonight for the avalanche. Your gums the Condor across the red line. Still Eric Johnson. Eric Johnson back and drawing intercepted by Guinea Malkin retreats back in front of his own charging forward. Now your gums, Malcolm. Return passes are sure to side with the body by your Johnson, ams intercept comes gave blindness is a headman and Eric Johnson. Trying to get offer. A James is girls. Soderbergh is just off the bench for the apps will give chase Pittsburgh back and tried to center ice is four down by Patrick right into the skates doa, Brian rust Barbaria will take over. For the Colorado Avalanche twelve and a half to go in the third period. Begins. The red line rims at around Mattiello. Is there hasn't stuck in his states Pearl Soderbergh, Pittsburgh Penguins and the answer about to be shorthanded? And that's not what the doctor ordered by. Any means. Here's the call. Billion under thirty. It is a trip on Carl Soderberg. And a power play for the Pittsburgh Penguins. And I'm always one of those people that I hate. Have it at this time of the game. I haven't heard anything from Malkin. We got Crosby. Right. But these two other guys are over there going. Oh, okay. Let's we a power play now with happe- game APPA period to go. Let's see what we can do as we mentioned the best road. Power play in the National Hockey League games will wanna draw and they'll clear out the center Chris Tang MAC together for Pittsburgh us hassled in zone by JT compro- who will appear law and formation is now underway for Pittsburgh for now for kessel behind Jake Gansel moves assigned kits backward. Chris attain. Right. Half of his sweater is tucked into his breezes plays a back now for Kestler number eighty one. Impasse along the blue line kept in by Tang does towards an election of his stick winder the farm corner center in trying off of Eric Johnson. Scape and down. Jerry onto play now for crystal tank minute twenty Soderbergh's minor eleven thirty nine ago in our third period. The score is tied between the penguins and the Colorado Avalanche. Tang Ganesha's own ver-. Pittsburgh centering try intercepted by Matt Calvert. And now here here here he comes up for the racist. Shorthanded Calvert, but he's caught up with very quickly. And now loses the puck back for J. Gansel was Sidney Crosby Johnson four Guinea Malcolm throws on the brakes back to the point for Chris Liu Tang. Now, it's don't castle making his way down deep shock over the top of the nets exactly what you were talking about a moment ago. Peter now kessel Malkin shot his begged throwing towards the cage dirt aside by an Cole could flinch off of Canada. Now Gansel what collect Malkin go on in the near circle where they intersect pass to the points off the glove crisslow Tang, and it's taught to center ice the ads killers will change after do it quickly is here comes kessel. Said backup for the Pittsburgh Penguins castle back pass to the point near side. Malcolm throws it towards an opposition. Pat, Patrick nemesis. He tries to clear and finally JT comparable. Do the honors with nine seconds to go in the polish ripping penalty kill there was know you got nervous because who had the. They really didn't put any real pressure. Soderbergh comes out of the box, backhand, try by only motto is off the side of the cage. Now, the trying to get an odd, man. Rush away. Mckinnon will lose the puck. Pittsburgh picks. It up centering try is blocked. The sitting on the goal line back out front again. Intercepted by Barbaria. Now, Mika Renton Nathan MacKinnon Iraq racist. It's three onto your day. The MacKinnon complaints it for cockpit. Scott. Shoot. Back. Side. Lately,.
"pittsburgh center" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The rescuers have not even been able to reach the worst hit places yet, many, thousands, probably. Dead or dying at this moment, professor comfort. There had been a lot of talk about prevention and international efforts after that huge soon. Nami in two thousand and four killed at quarter million people what happened after that did some some post two thousand four effort failing. No it didn't fail. This is a very hard problem. It's a very complex problem. A lot of international aid poured into Indonesia at the time Indonesia itself made a major effort to develop a better disaster management plan disaster warning efforts and the US contributed science technology. Bubis Germany, France Japan, most of the nations and the United Nations group contributed to developments in internet. But it's a difficult problem and Indonesia in an archipelago with seventeen thousand plus islands is hard to pretend. So we it also needs I think he continuing international collaboration to build the science. To develop the technology for undersea, measurements of Saddam is that will enable people to have better and more accurate knowledge of where the ce`namas are likely to occur. So the warning system in place in Indonesia, why did that not work was at a technological error human error? What went wrong? Well, again, it's difficult to do Indonesia has several different measurements in place. The seismometers network did function they were able to locate the epicenter and the magnitude of the earthquake what they did not have in place were Bubis would measure the displacement of the water in the ocean floor, and that's critical. It's expensive of the research project that I have lead in collaboration with Indonesian colleagues is still in. In the testing phase it was actually stalled, but we need to move that forward. And again, I think it takes an international effort ce`namas are not just a problem for Indonesia. They're a problem for coastal cities across the world. Give us a sense of what this anomaly warning system that you're working on would do and we're that project stance. Well, this project was ready for installation. This fall it consists of a network of underwater sensors that. Use a bottom pressure sensor to measure the change in the water column. The data are then communicated via communication center serves under the water and would go to a cable sure station that would transmit the data via satellite to the Indonesian agency became B M K G where the scientists would validate the records and indicate. Make a decision on his to NAMI warning and the level of the Sunni Barney of that information, then go out to the provinces in the city's emergency operation centers, and they would send communications to the neighborhoods, and the people we had also been working on a wireless network via electronic devices, essentially hand held devices that would create a temporary hotspot in the communities that would enable people to exchange information and essentially rescue themselves one of the difficulties and Paulo was that the electricity was out the cell towers were down. There was no means of communication and this made the evacuation on land very very difficult. Professor Louise comfort. Former director of the university of Pittsburgh center for disaster management, professor comfort. Thanks for talking to us. Thank you. When we come back, we'll shift gears and speak to Astro physicist. Neil degrasse Tyson on space and the military plus your questions for him about the final frontier. Or just about anything else? I'm Joshua Johnson. You're listening to one A from WMU and NPR..
"pittsburgh center" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Love it. To death toll continues to rise. Now above thirteen hundred people rescue crews are still searching for survivors intentions are arising people are taking desperate actions to find food skirmishes between civilians and police have escalated because supplies are getting harder to come by journalists Rebecca Hinchey is in Palu for the BBC was tightly packed houses and shops all now reduced to rubble people. Here say they only had a few minutes warning after that strong quake on Friday to flee to higher ground when they saw huge waves coming in those that could survive did. So by clinging onto trees and buildings now families a camping out in the open this family over here. That's collected. What they can and a surviving off the food. They have. There's no power here and very little fresh food or fresh water people are saying that they desperately need to get in. That's the BBC's Indonesia editor Rebecca Henchi now reports suggest people on shore did not get adequate warnings about the soon NAMI but earthquakes in Sioux nominees, typically go together. So how could such a massive natural disaster. Take so many people by surprise. Let's discuss it with professor Louise comfort. The former director of the university of Pittsburgh's center for disaster management. She's been working on the US side to develop a su- NAMI warning system for the area with grant from the National Science Foundation, professor comfort. Welcome to one A. Thank you for having me. I should note. We'll be discussing this for just the first part of our program before we move on. So if you have questions or thoughts about the Indonesia quake or sue NAMI, now's the time to send them in one at W A M U dot org. Comment on our Facebook page or tweet us at one A before we talk about Indonesia's, specifically give us just kind of a basic size Malla g lesson. Why do earthquakes and soon nominees go together? Well, the cinema is caused by an undersea either earthquake or landslide, and that is a rupture of the ocean floor where part of the ocean floor goes up. The other part goes down in it displaces, a huge volume of water, and that causes the Sonani kind of like if you stop your foot in the bathtub, and it makes a wave. Exactly exactly very big wave. Exactly you do. We have a better sense geologically size. Seismological what happened in Indonesia this weekend? What it was with in and on top of the earth that caused all this devastation. Well, actually, the geologists are still searching for an explanation. One explanation was that there was a very large body of sediment that was located under the earthquake and that would be consistent with an undersea landslide. So they don't know yet. The epicenter itself. Trick likely triggered this movement. And the displacing the water is what caused the cinema. Can you? Give us a sense of what it takes to investigate something. Like, this will be talking about satellite, imagery, or divers or what kinds of data are being collected right now. Satellite imagery, is certainly being collected in that's available. But that only shows you the top of the ocean. And what you really need is a depth sounding. It's called the imagery. And this would take a ship that would do soundings to reach the depth of the ocean. Enter try to identify exactly where the rupture occurred, and where the shift of the ocean floor occurred, the generated the anomaly professor it seems like the size of the soon. Nami caught some people by surprise. Why was this? So apparently unexpected. I'm sorry to say earthquakes and ce`namas are not unexpected in Indonesia it lies on the ring of fire. And there is a major earthquake somewhere in Indonesia every year an earthquake above seven points on the Richter scale. So that part is not a surprise of the actual event..
"pittsburgh center" Discussed on MedTech Talk Podcast
"Let's hear what he has to say, you PM see invest in a lot of venture capital funds from the treasury side of the portfolio than we have a certain set of venture capital funds that we invested enterprises primarily as partnerships also will find a fund that we think is a leader conc- some of the bring to some of the solutions that the orca solve the problems of UPN see, and we were approached by cardiac, and it was really about. You know, the partnership so primarily with the j it is a great organization. We were excited about what they wanted to do. We were excited about Philip being a Parker. We're excited about affiliate on experience venture capitalist leading it. So we decided it would make it made sense primarily in the. For. Cardiologists to participate in it. So that investment will probably be more led by the cardiologists that we have here at UPS's than people at enterprise, we'll be involved, but it's more about them being able to see these early, you know, Asians and to deploy them here. The UPN see for the patients so another question, but why it wasn't important to get access to those early stage opportunities as to to to bring clinical trials to the institute is to for for patient treatment or what's driving? I'd say it's more for patient treatment. We wanna be on the cutting edge of being able to bring these Lucians to our patients. So when you look back Dr stars will in the nineteen eighty s and his arrival here in Pittsburgh and his ability to make Pittsburgh center for transplantation in general. And then when you look at some of the recent things, we've been doing around living donor liver transplants and butter whom are I think that is really a focus that we are committed to do to always be on the leading edge. So the treatments that we wanna do for patients range everywhere.
"pittsburgh center" Discussed on KGO 810
"Quite the criminal headline that you might be expecting but i like this one real headline from fox news dot com texas boy aged pens hilarious thank you note to full sheer officer who pulled mom over quote she deserved it that's right police officers in texas were tickled by a ten year old boys handwritten thank you letter they shared on social media quote we received a letter last friday from young man during national police week students from the school us many layers of support this one stood out thank you for pulling my mom over because she deserved it because she took my phone away and i did not like it and how she always brags about how diverse she has an adjusted annoys me one time she got pulled over because she did not have an easy stick around her window and she came home and told me i just laugh and there was that one time when my one of my mom's back lights weren't working and she got pulled over so i guess don't take off your kid they'll write the letter to the gaps just saying all right you guys have a safe and wonderful weekend dave caroline thank you guys so much chris on the board i am ethan bearman this is cagey away ten keep a tune in for the ron owens report i think you're phenomenal host one of the bat you're a clown you wouldn't fight for this country if you're like the pin having nice day message changing centra heading for the pass on westbound five eighty up a hazard of some kind reported in lane one before grant line and there is a high wind advisory in effect for the ultimate pass as well so please keep that in mind mart has scheduled track maintenance between the concord and pleasant hill stations this memorial day weekend so tomorrow through monday not going to be any train service between concord and pleasant hill but they will have bus bridges available but bart to antioch is going to open for passenger service tomorrow with grand opening of two new stations pittsburgh center station and antioch station i'm lee graham keijo.
"pittsburgh center" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"Last year when president trump pulled out of the paris climate accord he famously said i was elected to represent the citizens of pittsburg not paris but pittsburgh's mayor bill purdue wasn't having it he laid out a plan to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half by twenty thirty one big part of that renewable energy and green building but there are concerns that lower income predominantly african american communities in pittsburgh could get left behind from the marketplace desk w esa in pittsburgh eric embarrass reports it's freezing outside and not a whole lot warmer in eighty seven year old barbara williams house even with a new furnace and added insulation some rooms are still so cold she avoids them all together and things used to be even worse her daughter brenda pain i remember seeing a few times in three hundred dollar gas bills if not higher for a month and house was still be freezing cold derek morris with pittsburgh's habitat for humanity gets thousands of calls from people like this all over the country lower income families spend more on utilities than families with higher incomes here in pittsburgh they spend about three times more most of the housing is old and lunka families can't afford to do these type of projects to to make their homes more efficient it's just it's outside of their realm projects like installing solar panels and as more city residents and businesses produce their own energy they pay less into traditional systems and that shifts a bigger burden per person to those left behind who i saw this happen to lower income residents in two thousand fifteen the cost to that group began to rise in terms of having to pay for their electricity consumption because it needed to be spread out over fewer customers that's gregory read he runs the university of pittsburgh center for energy it's working with the city and utility companies to build independent migrants that generate electricity he says they'll keep energy concentrated and spread costs evenly whether it's someone living in older.
"pittsburgh center" Discussed on First Draft
"And all the way down there are all trying to figure out who he is and if he's worth going up and getting just say that not all right i got dollars i think he's a fifthrounder he was th pick yyou may all like i dropped drove here i had a decision and make it six we all you'll have do it on a couple of weeks out i'm gonna do it in three or four for weeks again when your mouth or you get decided okay what quarterback owes at six and i it wasn't just a broadway baker because i when i did this hour let me just say this i would say that's broad i didn't even have any idea about broadway seth markman espn you all those that give a great job he rugby sb added that what all the things he does earliest he end with the football division heat text the debbie broadway baker yesterday what is that correct revealed that a jet lies the tigers broadway at set marked methodic as assef gave up with that for me he stole from seth and i'm taking out a little further during the day carr's todd was kind of egging me or ethnic got to get on with odds nerve but broadway i had this brooke rock apec or vague or josh rose than for six of other put josh rosen it's six which i could have been was just a cut fuel that i would have had baker at miami okay editor at all you buy would have been having a discussion about josh rosen and rosen asked the well people over for that reply going 11 isn't going in the fourth round it's it's a it's a high first round pick ed we saw ben roethlisberger twoquarterback start with three quarterbacks were bunched together in two thousand and four and we were splitting hairs their todd between eli philip rivers and ben big ben big band dropped to ten though by trade enough to get him with all the all those two guys when at the top rivers and manning with that suits trade and i was at the top of the draft and then all of a sudden boom boom boom boom always picks are being made no ben rollers pittsburgh center they didn't move this stat and and it.
"pittsburgh center" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Cuba have the feeling that you're stuck in a time loop on autopilot just doing the same thing day after day after day hopefully you've never experienced at literally the way bill murray did in groundhog day herald ramos directed the film which came at a 1993 danny rubin wrote the screenplay and doug gordon sat down to talk with him and at the center view sounds familiar that's because this is a reprot cast which seems appropriate danny for those few people out there who haven't seen groundhog day the one or two and even for those who have seen it it's probably only fitting to be reminded can you give us a summary of the story line a cynical selfcentred pittsburgh centered whether man is sent to cover the the annual groundhog festival in punxsutawney which is something he does not look forward to and winds up repeating that same day waking up every morning in punxsutawney against his and and defying any explanation so how did you come up with the idea i was just trying to come up with an idea for a movie everywhere i looked i was thinking about would that be a moving on there's a guy with a shovel of that a story and i was in a movie theater waiting for the lights to come down ahead of book about vampires and i was just sort of thinking about things and i was musing about what's cool about vampires is they're like people only some of the rules are different and one of the cool rules is that they can live forever so i started thinking i wonder what would be like to live forever and would a person change differently than if they had only had one lifetime and what about one of these arrested development kinda guys who can't quite grow up maybe one lifetime isn't enough so i was really trying to tell a story about eternity and and how that affected a person it was just a very cumbersome idea even though i thought it was kind of interesting and then i remembered at one of a gazillion ideas i'd scratched out over the last couple of years and it was a guy repeats the same day over and over again which seems like that's the whole movie right there but it really isn't it had to be about a human life and had to be about something and.
"pittsburgh center" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program
"There he goes i love it ri you're the one picking the tide you think they're definitely gonna wind up there now but tell abacha as best you can make us best case scenario it works on military the best case scenario for them anytime i've seen tom brady get beaten was when he's pressured and knocked off his more get him out of the pocket you know you think about the giants you think about a lot of thousands last year in the defense of line of the tennessee titans is very dynamic that wall now have brought iraq po they have a casey up there those guys if they can really dominate the off at the line of get the tom and get him off his spot and guinea moving around that's how you ought to be beat this team and not beaten himself the aware coast team they run the ball really well and i think they have a shot i like i think an iraq poll was dynamite narrow had last week i they did listen dare cannery we talked a maurice about this willie mcginest agrees with us derek henry should be able to make some hey a lot of teams have been able to gets writer it's run defense the concern is now in of all their headtohead matchup you can come up with in your brain in the twentyfirst century tom brady v dikla bo is a disaster aid for dick lebow i mean promises arnold dark tom brady destroys dick lebow defense as he guessed spreads it out he asked the cheat code it never a dick lebow never adjusts to it i think that it's a walkover game for the patriots while things as one of his best no further than he said i mean obviously the pittsburgh centers have had a lot of gray whale but i think the learn from his mistake you really can't blitz top with get the ball of his so quick but with the 404 tennessee titans they should be able to get after my little bit make him uncomfortable and create some frustration this is not a patriots team of old after the.
"pittsburgh center" Discussed on WGN Radio
"To relive rise will cost an extra fifteen cents cta fears increased 25 cents as well metre fares and phone bills increased by a dour ten for both cell phones and landlines don't latif hungo wgn news good news for illinois residents waiting for organ transplants the new law will allow sixteen and seventeen year olds to sign up to become donors secretary state jesse white says adding teams to the registry programme will help whittle away at the transplant waiting list of about forty seven hundred people sixteen travis we'll be asked uh to participate in organ tissue donor program that they say yes you put them into our database so with that moment arrives the parents and give permission for the will be donated lights off is estimated to change today at three hundred sixty thousand more names to the states registry mayor emanuel applauding the move by cook county to file suit against pharmaceutical companies he says when chicago led the charge against drug companies for misleading marketing three years ago the fight was a lonely one he says he's now encouraged to see that other cities counties in states are taking legal action and holding the companies accountable for fueling the opioid epidemic day now in wgn sports here's sam penny anniversary nobody sure how long or how it happened with the blackhawks now have questions in goal corey crawford back on injured reserve the second time that happened this month goalie jeff glass has been recalled rockford forward david camp also up from the minors no update from the hawks on what happened but he could return that's property could return is early as january third hocson connects tomorrow night in vancouver the bears began their final week of practice today unlike forest josh sitting bobby massey both oh lyman were out adam shahin was limited bears and viking sunday in minneapolis college football florida state crushed southern miss 42 thirteen and the independence bowl halftime of the pinstripe bowl boston college leads iowa seventeen to ten arizona purdue tonight in the foster farms bowl texas missouri in the texas bowl bowls in next tonight on masses history chicago's one eight of their last ten basketball games college hoops the paul will host number one villanova chicago state at wisconsin and we told you yesterday by james harrison getting released by the stage dealers and signing with the patriots while pittsburgh center marquees policy he weighed in today on his thoughts have.
"pittsburgh center" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Presented by premio sausage real italian sausage real italian taste the way sausage should be late night in the national hockey league earlier it was chicago shutting out philadelphia by a score three to nothing is cory crawford picked up his first shutout of the season face twenty seven shots and got a ball and goals tonight for chicago by artim any seem off jonathan days at alex to bring get debris catch second of the year and that could buy with crawford working goal enough to give chicago the weight as they move to six five it's you on the season philadelphia slips two six six and want if getting malkin's snapped a two two tie it admit in is though the pittsburgh center scored his sixth goal of the season at a powerplay goal in the third to give pittsburgh the threetwo victory patrick corn kristen conner sheree at second period goals four pittsburgh second period goals four edn intent from ryan nutrient hopkins in leon dry seidel corner mcdavid picked up assists on both but with the loss the oilers now see their record fall to three seven one they have just seven points that's the second fewest in the national hockey league only arizona has fewer than that and that is nothing that anyone saw when this season started devils facing admitted on friday the toronto maple leafs have just put a cap on a three one win over the anaheim ducks in southern california patrick marleau curtis brown leo komarov the goalscorer caught erotic skews me patrick maher our low and leo kommer off the goal scorers for toronto as they pick up their eighth win of the season three one they beat back the ducksoo have been banged up as of late losing ryan gets laughing took a puk off the face off the i in their most recent games one of the few players a dozen where shield anymore and it cost him and he did not play in tonight's game san jose as a three one lead over in nashville as they play in.