19 Burst results for "Rahmael"
"rahmael" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show
"It makes a world of difference I had mine on again yesterday and guess what my likes feel terrible today but my feet don't they feel fantastic. That's just because I do too much on the leg day but my feet again feel great for my run because I had those new balance shoes on my feet and I? Want you guys to experience it as well. It's not just about those running shoes. They do have those awesome look in lifestyle shoes as well. They're going to put you into the perfect fit no matter what you're doing, and you're going to walk out of there and say I am never going to the store and buy my shoes off the shelf again. Uh so get into the two locations uptown and the woodland's the uptown one is the spot for me. It's just over here in the Galleria area off of post oak that woolens location just off Kirk up there for you people on the north side. So getting their today goes through those fit specialist at. New Balanced Greater Houston. Bill. Inch longtime friend. This is the Sean Salisbury show. Their. Tremendous. Who Does he's really good. He does a good job at the line of scrimmage controlling the line of scrimmage getting Gaza jump off sides. Oh, he does a good job of recognizing the defense. Knowing where he needs to go with the ball and he's got weapons around him that he uses you know he'll use the stable rang back at they have usually they have a big tiny end. That's he likes goes to they got good receivers you know, and so with all those weapons just like I mentioned with with our guy if he can spread the ball around, you have to cover them one to to a degree are choose who you're going to double and he's experienced. So he can figure out what the double is and then you can go somewhere else with the ball. That's Romeo coronel talking about Aaron Rodgers and boy is he ever? There's no better Hard Count Snap Count Guy and? At it seems like every game at some point he gets you to jump off sides and then while. Man We jumped outside she'll continue the plan throw touchdown. He's best heart a thousand times times against the bears on national TV. It's like there's Aaron taking advantage somebody's the. Defensive. Back flat-footed after their offsides, he plays it out. It gets a big player, throws a touchdown and everybody's like what what, what he is the Best Snap Count Guy in league. So you can count on at some point third and four him using it and extending drive because of Aaron, rodgers moves seeing the Texans defensive line do it Yep a couple of times this year at least this is the best and if you're and going in, you know this. So you could also be a little hesitant which means you get off the ball errands the ability to change up his snap count and not use the same cadence voice inflection. All the time is been masterful for him. To Call Romeo Cornell would like Rahmael doesn't intricate. Male Nice changeup pitch sometimes like that. It's more formal Rahmael Cornell. About know how does that fit now with that last name? Romania CRA Nell Rahmael What do you think? Work it doesn't not with Cornell. It doesn't. Get the maybe with a different last name. Chronology. Just too hard to go what if his name was? Watson. AOL. Johnson better right. Better but not still..
"rahmael" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect
"The point now where I don't like to touch any type of devices, any type of communication nothing I wanna I forced myself now to be alone in my own thoughts because that's where the genius is not that I'm a genius s where I can discover what is really going to be meaningful on my life later on to where it when I'm walking in visualizing the life that I wanted create I'm not done manifesting. My man that's got a long way to go who knows what the Hell's going to happen and who knows I might not lose it all tomorrow whatever that might be I mean I'm blessed with the opportunity right now Rahmael Regia, a huge audience which I'm never even asked me a year ago was starting to podcast. I'm blown away I gotta look at some numbers that I'm like, how enough? What do you? What's wrong with you people like why? Are. You against I mean what the Hell's going on I mean, do you have that similar type of feelings or emotions that go on when you're actually looking in seeing how many people you make an impact with? Yeah all the time. Right like people talk about imposter syndrome. And I I live that every day. Actually I spoke in an event out in Montana about a year and a half ago. Pre Cove of course. And one of the questions I was asked like, do you ever deal with? Imposter Syndrome and how do you get over it? I go I don't get over it. I, just keep moving forward because yes, reaction that I have is tied to the purpose of helping individuals right? Like I said you off the record at one point Chris that people have reached out to me because your podcast I decided not to take my life. And that's enough for me. If it was the one listening, right look I, still show up because there's the purpose right like I became helping one person and that's all we need. Now obviously, the podcast is grown and I'm like this is this is insane like I'll speak at places and there's forty five minutes to an hour of a line of people that want to talk to me. Weird moments but I know it's all part of the process and the bigger vision and the bigger goal of making an impact right like. I've never had this. That's a lie. So I've had in the past I've had financial goals of always I want to be millionaires. It'd be they all have at some point yet. We've all not point and I decided that like every time I chase money I should say the world decided every time I chased money at alluded the shit out of me. Yeah. I was like Damn I just want I just want to make money and I couldn't..
"rahmael" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"One of the spoken to Chris Blackwell on the phone a couple of times and I'm just remembering acoustic. Tom WAITS TO ORLAND. When lecture had given up on actress on giving up flew to L. A. TO TALL ON KATHLEEN. His Wife. Another service is pretty significant. Swordfish trombones comes. I mean I don't know that there are many other labels would have empowered an artist like whites to make a record last on commercial. Yeah I it's it's he had some. Such huge hits like a bankroll of his risk-taking. How how many other labels did that hard because you find the you? U2 that makes you millions and you comments that money imaginative gallon you net. The list of acts on island is just so diverse is incredible to an and real quality in also to different fields. You Know Quality African Music Quality Jamaica Music Quality British Music Quality American music. And that's remarkable in of itself the able to find and have confidence in his discoveries to that degree and see through. I mean the one thing about he had real concerned about quality of everything they released from the work to the production. Unfor- example my only up. His first major hit was the backing track was recorded. Now wasn't actually that was recorded entirely in London. My boiler pump things that reggae records didn't have string sections and things on it. He thought about every aspect of what he did. He hide some of the best engineers and the best record when it wasn't him himself producing he had the best. I mean like all the great mogul. The secret of a successful mobile is the delegation is finding talented talented people to bring in the office. You know so you look at them like Joe Boyd. You look at some like Richard Williams. There's a Guy Conway who ran Orland publishing who's really important and actually played a big part in bringing white some to island so a big part of finding the great great loss of Alex Saad can. Who's absolutely just one of the best engineers and co-produces around that time was basically responsible sounds great strengths albums talking about this is actually unlinked segue into sparks a piece that we're features partly spots feature. Which is Lenny Kaye? Writing Abou- island records in nineteen seventy five for hit parade Costs one of the great American In the process becoming Ready Possumus Guitar Point. So it's a still living comission to island. It's explaining why island is now sort of from him from an American perspective. The coolest label that you know it used to be. Electra was reprieved for a bit. Even all had a moment when they were sowing you know. Liberating David Bobby and he pumping. But now he's saying island is is Kinda the hippest label along with the artists of course talks about Roxy Music on Richard Wins in signing music to Ireland. And then he he mentioned of course sparks get who's who are one violence biggest tax at this point and so we're talking about vaults because they have a new album out. I mean. This was gonna be this this magnificent year for spots with a new album a tour and documentary. has Scuppered the whole plan. But the have released released latest. Got A wacky album. Much is cooled a study Have on about rights centers of pace which is essentially an interview with role mile from just a few weeks ago about the new album. And just in jeering eccentricity of Rome and Ross Mile. Did you remember your first exposure to spall? I didn't love him yeah. I think that I thought we'd I'd seen enough quirky shit over the previous to last me a lifetime. They were instinct pair roads. One of them looking more or less like Hitler looking across Charlie. Charlie Charlie and I found the music a bit to some herky-jerky doesn't make any sense. There's IT's a fossilizing little story and we did just the other day the very earliest piece we have on sparks from seventy two which is the late and lovely man. Andrew Tyler interviewed them for disk. Can somebody to YEP and so. They've to this point they're still ally and Denver band. Yeah they're burnt and they've made one album with todd rundgren told to albuque- Grossman assigned to the least imagine anti very funny about the an has almost suggest this. No this idea of of the male brothers coming to woodstock and having a handbook and nine dollars to the album's restaurant is album. Who called them? Speedy suggested they'd be called. They were called Half Nelson. That's right and he said Gee should be called sparks for. I mean I don't really quitting Ron but Marx brothers and they reminded him of the Marx something and then then false fullwood from Andrews piece and they come to London and they source of they coined. Hitch them their wagon to the whole glam thing. That's going on there. Yeah I mean we scrape tip coming up this Rahmael talk about precisely that about coming to London. It's great stuff. This was was just about big enough for the both of speaking.
"rahmael" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"At Pittsburgh International. Fifty at eight o'clock. I'm Paul Rasmussen. Just the pope Francis has issued a new policy for data can personnel and diplomats overseas requiring the immediate reporting of abuse allegations to Vatican prosecutors, it's the first time the Vatican has put into law requirements for Catholic leaders to report allegations of sex crimes to civil authorities or face fines and possible jail time. There's an arrest in Thursday afternoon shooting that left demand dead and another wounded in homestead the men all knew each other police say the motive was parking, Katie k ATV's Brenda waters has more all went down yesterday afternoon just before five in the three hundred block of west oak street. Shots. A forty year old who was treated for his injuries and released Mazda. A second victim thirty nine year old male died. It wasn't long after the shooting. Police got a tip about the whereabouts of the alleged shooter. Forty two year old Neil Chandler of homestead officers. Tracked him down to a nearby home on west thirteenth avenue in Chandler, eventually came out and was taken away in handcuffs. The victim in the shooting has been identified. This morning is thirty nine year old Calvin Walker of west Mifflin. The father of the man charged in the shooting death of a new Kensington police officer has been arrested. Gregory welcome junior was picked up a Thursday morning in homeward on charges of witness intimidation related to his son's case. Bottom is rahmael Holt's father the man accused of shooting Brian Shaw in two thousand seventeen holding nothing back President Donald Trump lit into his foes Thursday at a political rally in Michigan. Here's CBS's Steven port. Knowing calling Democrats who continue to investigate him sick people. The president says the collusion delusion is over the Democrats have to now decide whether they will continue defrauding the public with ridiculous..
"rahmael" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Queens. Biggest hits were in the seventies and early eighties among them bohemian rhapsody. We will rock you. We are the champions and another one bites the dust, but those records have endured beyond their time on the charts. We will rock you, and we are the champions became popular chance at stadium sports events. Freddie. Mercury was a very theatrical performer with the big personality. He died of complications related to aids in nineteen Ninety-one Rami Malik performances. Freddie, Mercury is a big contrast to his starring role in the TV series mister robot as a withdrawn hacker with social anxiety disorder. Jerry spoke with Romney Malik in November. Let's start with seen from bohemian rhapsody. It's nineteen seventy-five and Freddie Mercury and the members of Queen or in the office of a record executive played by Mike Myers. Talking about the record. They're about to release, Freddie. Mercury speaks. I call the album. A night at the opera. Are you aware that no one actually likes opera? Do you? I do. Misunderstand darling. It's a rock and roll record the scale of opera the pace of of great tragedy. The wit of Shakespeare, the unbridled joy of musical theatre musical experience rather than just another record something for everyone. Something. Something that will make people feel belongs to them mixon. Res- will cross boundaries will will was speaking bloody tongues. If we want to. Rami Malik welcome to fresh air. It's so much fun to watch you as Freddie Mercury was singing part of your addition. It ended up being part of that audition. I warn them. I was not a singer. I told them and don't play the piano. I do dance floor could be considered something having to do with rhythm. But probably not all the music credits in the movie are attributed to Queen. So you sang as you were filming that the music that we're hearing is actually, Freddie Mercury and Queen. It's actually in the mouth commission, the large majority of it is Freddie Mercury and in order to sink it up properly use bits of my voice in the beginning. It will lead in with my voice, and then pick up the majority using, Freddie, mercury's voice tops entails as you. Call it. It's very difficult to get my voice up to those high notes at some point my voice breaks, and it breaks pretty quickly when I'm trying to ascend. What Freddie Mercury can do? There's actually a scene where you're at the piano singing a sketch of Bahia mean rhapsody, and your voice breaks is any of that you. There are parts that are me. I think the the parts that break. Yes. That would be considered Rami rahmael. Should we just hear that fit? Sure. Okay. Let us know if you can tell.
"rahmael" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"The Federal Emergency Management agency has declared widely Twenty-one counties eligible for federal aid. The federal disaster designation from FEMA will allow city and county governments state agencies. Some nonprofits and religious institutions to be paid back for money used to repair buildings and infrastructure more than four months after hurricane Florence better. The state rivers of waste are still flowing into landfills at eastern North Carolina in amounts that landfill managers say they have never seen before uprooted rooted trees broken furniture, sodden carpet, soggy sheet, rock smashed fencing, crush carports and moldy clothing make up the mix of items destroyed by the September storm and flooding the trash piling up at some sites may not be disposed of until summer. Three men in Wake County are accused of trying to extort. People who answered an online sex ad police say Charles Wade, the third and rahmael Thompson of Raleigh worked with a Chicago man to extort and blackmail people using an escort website three victims say when they went to meet up with the person they met online they learned they were being recorded then threatened with public humiliation. If they didn't pay up three suspects are all charged with conspiracy, and extortion and someone in western North Carolina may have a huge winning the lottery ticket in their pocket. State lottery officials say a ticket that won two million dollars in Saturday's Powerball drawing was sold at the public's on Greenville highway in hendersonville. The odds were almost one in twelve million stake. Follow us on social media, go to one zero six one FM talk dot com to connect. We are enjoying the warm up.
"rahmael" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Certain guys who were great all of Bella checks offense and defensive coordinators should have stayed offense have been defensive Corelli wise, rahmael Cornell, all those guys even Matt Patricia maybe Bill Ryan, I don't know. Yeah. I don't think Bill O'Brien's head coach near the colts, destroyed them. They just destroyed them Texans. There's some guys which just play within yourself. You know, respectfully somebody like Dirk cutter who just got let go in. Now, he's a Clinton is not a head coach. But a great coordinator. I love it as a coordinator. Now head coach you bring up a good point though that is gas one of those guys who who can't hit the turnaround twenty five foot jumper. But if you give them a perfect pass will do the layup. I don't know. I think I think as still hasn't. I like it. That's what he took the dolphins to the playoffs with Ryan San hose first year second year, he gets hurt. He's with Cutler. It was nonsense year. This your tattoo, helping up again, that's sixteen year was pretty awesome. But we're bringing in these guys because their quarterback whispers. That's it kitchens gets hired because Baker Mayfield, you know, proved to be great when he got out from under Hugh Jackson, you're bringing in cliff Kingsbury because the Josh Rosen now you're gonna bring an atom gays because his Sam darnold. Everybody's committing their team to one player. That's not. That's not the right approach to have you're bringing in a floor because he's an offensive guy. And he's gonna help Aaron Rodgers. Now Denver didn't do that. With Vic Fangio, they went the other way. Yeah. Ben and their quarterbacks need more help than any other team. Don't even if they have a quarterback, they don't want. It's a cool thing because you see the games last weekend. I think the highest point total was twenty four points. Yeah. Teams in the teens. There was a team that didn't get the ten, and I think this weekend is me the same thing. Everyone says the sense you're gonna put up fifty in the Colson Cheech and go back and forth. I don't think so. And if you look at these teams built around one player look at the colts. I know the colts are not sexy, and it's Indiana, and they're not. Fun and on and on and on. And we talk about them in our show more Cowboys more cobblers, I love the colts because they built the from inside out and their guards are good and their tackles are good. And I know that doesn't sell jerseys fat heads and stuff, but damn they will run you right over. I love that. And I think they're gonna win this weekend. But do you guys? And I know that there's it's formulaic. Yeah. If you watch the show, we skip Bayless watch. I take they will hit the Cowboys as often as possible when they're not even LeBron still the Braun. Yeah. And the cowboy as much as possible you being a football show. Are you told sun, let's work in the Cowboys, someway, somehow every single day? Absolutely not. No, no. No, no. And remember we started our first season was twenty sixteen which was a glorious season for the was that's Dakyns Zeke rookie jumping into the kettle everything. Now, not at all. I in fact, I think we take pride and hitting every single team. Like, I don't know. Maybe it's maybe it's to our fault. Maybe we should start more with the Cowboys those shows that you mentioned they're successful. Yeah. They don't cut. But also, it's like I also think that those shows annoy. A lot of people it because this is too much Cowboys and LeBron, and it's it's this debate as an entertainer someone on TV..
"rahmael" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"I tell you the things that are struggle with the most. Other callers is the lack of respect for this government this president his office. Our flag all of it. And as far as I am concerned Alexandria. Whatever. Her name is Cortez. Cossio Cortez is she? Her followers tweeting that they were going to snipe Steve Scalise infuriated me so badly. And I applaud cliche because he handled it with such grace and dignity richer to things that are seriously missing from the Democratic Party. So disappointed and for the life of me. I cannot understand why they don't recognize how they are embarrassing themselves. It's a laughing stock in other countries, they're making our government, a laughing stock. I don't know if this party as it is right now will ever recover. Clark. President Trump for his tenacity, and I pray that he will continue to be a steadfast. I just wanted to say that Benson. I'll hang up now. I appreciate your call, by the way before you go. I'll just repeat something. I've said before the ideologically speaking the Republican party is dead. And what you have now in the form of Donald Trump. He is simply an undertaker who is manipulating the corpse of the Republican party. That's all I don't disagree with that. At all. I do not disagree with that at all. And I I applaud what he's doing. I I appreciate that. He is doing his very best to keep things as in control as you possibly can. But he's up against a force. That is unafraid sometimes might be greater than he I feel for him. Pray for him every single day. And I hope and pray that eventually this wall will get built or some form of a of a fence or something to keep these people out. Very idea the very idea that this wonderful Mary rahmael scene was shot by an illegal alien, and I don't recall perhaps they'd be on roles. I don't recall hearing one single democrat express concern or sympathy for Mr. scenes family. But by golly, you can bet your bottom dollar that. They are up there singing and shouting when. Border patrol uses pepper, spray or tear gas or something back down a barrage of people trying to storm their way into this. Invade is what it comes down to. And you're absolutely right. Suzanne I do appreciate your call. And I understand where you're coming from this. This is the reason why so many people are furious about the this wife said, I don't necessarily embrace all of Donald Trump's methodology. But I'll tell you this. If he's going to be that person who's going to run off the mouth, just go ahead and burn it all down. Go ahead. That's what I want to see him. Do just take it all down and watch everybody, you know, scamper around in panic. But I want to see a lot more action than just talk. You got a way to do this wall with an executive order or something like that? Go right ahead. Go ahead. And blow up this issue. I mean. I don't know what else to say about this really don't coming up..
"rahmael" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"When Cuomo called marijuana a gateway drug just last year. Exactly. In writing. But Kruger says they're on the same page on a lot of things including the need for a social Justice aspect. The record of young people caught up in the criminal Justice system. Fairly New Jersey may still beat New York to the punch though, there's still hope that illegal ization Bill in trend can get a vote before the end of the year. Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty an accused gang member is now in federal lockup without bail after Saturday's shooting in Canarsie Brooklyn in which a bullet hit an FBI agent. Thirty one year old rahmael Watson charged Monday with attempted murder. After the FBI says he walked up to the agents car on a one way street and started shooting wants to drive once the agent drove off see that agent stopped got out once he got shot and then shot back hitting Watson in the hand. Brooklyn man was later caught and the FBI charge. A woman who lives with Watson saying she lied to agents about the shooting is four zero six, you know, if you want to fix a problem need helps to know it presumably the reasoning behind the MTA's latest tour trends. Had Andy Byford says members of an expert speed team have driven a subway car. Every edge of the New York City system examining how the trains can operate faster. Its members have discovered hundreds of miscalculated signals on necessarily slowing things down transit vice president Sally libra that team has also been looking at where in the system we have posted speed limits that could be increased again safely today. They've identified thirty four locations, and those thirty four locations have already been approved that it improved through our safety and engineering review. So this last weekend we installed sign at the first of five of the first five locations of those thirty four locations on the fourth avenue line near thirty sixth street and fifty ninth street, for instance, in some cases, speed limits have been increased from fifteen to thirty miles per hour, and the Brera promises straphangers will feel the difference at MTA headquarters at to Broadway, rich, lamb WCBS. News Radio eight eight or check traffic and weather together in a minute, including the overnight construction projects or affecting traffic flow. It is four zero seven maybe, you know,.
"rahmael" Discussed on The How-To Heretic
"Of this because of the plane because the play and part of the intensity of the plague was we've talked about this before on the show was this bizarre. Fixation that European Christians had with cats, and that they killed cats in huge numbers cats were considered evil animals, and it would one of their only national natural defenses against the spread of pestilence was cats, and so I still think they're evil, but they are helpful in keeping the play catch Herat from time today will Mark has cats. Just I'm a cat. I'm a cat person. You're outnumbered on this show. Doug, and I are both. That's true. Crazy cat, ladies very much. Are we have the crazy cat lady? Jean? That one got through. Conclude? What's I just curious? What's one of your favorite kind of stories from the world of the world of Lucien and kind of how you work in the evolutionary anthropology? Science which is a very specific one. What's what's a story? That's really terrific. You mean like something happened like pre historically? Yeah. Whatever just something that's a great illustration of of evolution for our our fans out there. Well, there are there are many of them. So I mean, maybe one of the most famous is is lactase persistence, which the milk thing, that's a milk thing. So, you know, everyone's familiar with lactose intolerance. Right. We have this tendency to think of lactose intolerance as almost a disorder, and the really that's mostly a European bias. Lactose intolerance is the default human state, most people are lactose intolerant. Lactose tolerance shows up as a mutation. You know, ten thousand years ago as a response to daring, right? So when food resources are scarce in your living in a field with animals, and you've got nothing to eat, and you see that little baby cow eating something. Well, people at Eaton dairy before that they made something called Koumas, which is only worth mentioning because it's disgusting. Take mayors Melk, and they would like put it in a gourd spit in it and shake it up, and it would ferment the out of it booze. It was mildly alcohol. Ick Melk temperature milk. It's disgusting lack if they wanted more protein, sometimes they would add blood to it. It was a white Russian. But but rahmael has many more calories in it. So if you are facing starvation if you can drink. Fresh milk and survive and not have the debilitating gas diarrheal the kind of that wonderful stuff, it's hugely beneficial. So we see this mutation which is quite literally a break in a, gene. So most mammals drink milk when they're young and then can't drink at later that mechanism broke in some human populations and then swept to the population like wildfire. So we see most Europeans who are descended from daring populations back in the past are lactose tolerant now. And suckers. See we're better. What you do? Is you kick that little baby cow out of the way? And you get yours. I go get yours. I don't think better the right word because some people who are lactose intolerant. Don't get symptoms. So what does this mean? This means these people can eat ice cream. Get way fewer calories out of it and not have the symptoms. I mean, that's that's some bullshit fancy fairly jealous of it. That's an excellent mutation. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And then I got my friend who she if she eats. A little tiny bit of of any dairy just is miserable for a day and a half. Yeah. Yeah. Well, she should have descended from the right people. It really it's a matter of of badly descending. It's not European specific we see shop in parts of west Africa and the Middle East, but you know, obviously concepts of diet, especially in this country have been dominated by studies on Europeans people of European descent. And so you'll get the food pyramid. And there's dairy Sitton is one of these big categories you fit eat. Whereas there's a lot of people who that's not not not a good thing at all not a comfortable life. Yeah. Comfortable. Yeah. Right. And then there's of course, the Jordan be Peterson, gene. Which is just eat all beef. Yeah. Yeah. And feel terrible. Yeah. That's that's also all of Argentina clearly done wonders for him. So anyway, that's the pollution of Jordan Peterson people. So. That's and that's what we were really aiming at segment to get there. Finally, we finally made it. So with that finally achieved professor professor professor Nathan. Thank you so much for coming on..
"rahmael" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast
"But like every point off because of how bland and paint by numbers. The fucking story is let me put it this way. I gave this movie a sixty five not not a horrible movie. This movie is just disappointing movie is not a good movie. But it's an entertaining movie. But but this movie I have come to realize this movie might be one of the better airplane movies of all time. Yeah. Description. Yeah. It's there's nothing too heavy in it. It's got good music. You come off the airplane. You're like damn I wanna listen to some Queen right now in Houston Queen the rest of your trip perfect airplane movie. But if you take, Freddie, Mercury out of this movie, you don't have interesting movie, you've taken Rami Malik out of it. You don't have a good movie. It's not a good movie to begin with. But you just don't have anything. And at least, Freddie, Mercury or his portrayal rahmael Malik portrayal made it interesting enough for me to be like, I'm entertained, even though part of my entertainment was just how fucking convoluted the shit was correct. Yeah. It's that's a really that might be the best way to put it on a plane for me, listen to music or watch a movie in you get the bus of both worlds both of them. Oh, Queen did this a new they did it. But I forgot about it. Get why fire when I get network again. I'm going to definitely put that. That list. Yeah. It's Ken, Jack. I'll I'll let you give your your thoughts. So true to sixty seven don't feel this isn't a movie, I wanna talk about just give it sort of a brief non spoiler summary. I think clean was a very hyperbolic out there in of on guard band like took a lot of risks and never played by the rules. And then this movie was just like a Wikipedia summary. That was incorrect. Like, yes, edited what Kapiti summary, and you like you read an edited Wikipedia page in the ten seconds. It wasn't change back. Exactly. That's sort of would've felt like and it would just wasn't captivating enough outside of Rami mal performance. And I don't think that there's no nothing to do with his performance. But I don't think it was powerful enough to carry the movie into being good and just is very much. Just a Brian made propaganda piece that was rage standing. That's what it was. It was trying to make the band they were more important than they probab-. Were and try not belittling, Freddie, mercury's legacy. But making him seem more like a component and less like the icon, which he was he is an absolute icon music history. And that is what I think a lot more people are interested in that this not what they showed. Yeah. I again, I hate you can't grade the movie for what it for what it could have been. Yeah. You can't greet it for what it could have been. You can't be like off ten points off for no soccer berry. That's not fair. There's still a movie there, and there's plenty of movies that I like that are true stories that have inaccuracies like miracle. I don't know if the miracle who do you play for thing half. But I know miracles a little off I know Argo the plate the plane chase scene at the end did not happen. There was tense near port. But that didn't happen frost Nixon the drunk cheeseburgers phone call that didn't happen. But like those ads drama to the overarching thing like Argo, the overarching story, the whole thing was that they escaped frost Nixon, the whole thing was that they had interview where he kinda revealed that you know, he was okay with what he did in the White House. You know that he was a crook, basically, and this one that's not the case like to change. One. They didn't break up. They did go on a break. Right. And maybe they were contentious. But like they made it seem like they hated each other. They recorded a fucking album they recorded music in between the time they took their break. Like, it's like they didn't talk for two years. That's a pretty big thing to do like if they were if he was still alive, and they did that and they were on agreement. Whatever dead..
"rahmael" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"A legacy that continues. Yes to inspire outsiders dreamers music lovers. Stay that. I mean, this is a fucking Brian May propaganda piece. And I did a thing this week where I had people in our read it leave to a two sentence review in somebody put it great. Hor, hey, m are Jorges E M R G? I think made me realize how much of a bag Brian May is for purposely changing a real life story to fit his narrative. That's I mean, I don't know if he's a scumbag, but that's pretty I it's a complete narrative. Twisted movie. It's a movie to fit in narrative in it's super strange based on the fact that one of the reasons why they didn't let the Sasha baron Cohen movie happened because they wanted to protect Freddie's legacy. And then they went around, and they just changed his life in the movie. And again, I'm not gonna take points off for that. But there's a lot in there that they that they failed to do with what they put out. And I mean, it's a bummer even with performance cool remake of Live Aid concert. It just it falls way short of doing just as the, Freddie. Mercury. Very very short. It's fundamentally a good movie in terms of like, quote, like how it looks and use it as cool. But the story is every. A bit of the reason why it's a seventy one, and I may lowered a little bit like every point off because of how bland and paint by numbers. The fucking story is let me put it this way. I gave this movie a sixty five not not a horrible movie. This movie is just disappointing movie is not a good movie. But it's an entertaining movie. But but this movie I have come to realize this movie might be one of the better airplane movies of all time. Yeah. Description. Yeah. It's there's nothing too heavy in it. It's got good music. You come up the airplane. You're like damn I wanna listen to some Queen right now in Houston Queen the rest of your trip perfect airplane movie. But if you take, Freddie, Mercury out of this movie, you don't have interesting movie, you've taken Rami Malik out of it. You don't have a good movie. It's not a good movie to begin with. But you just don't have anything. And at least, Freddie, Mercury or his portrayal rahmael Malik portrayal made it interesting enough for me to be like, I'm entertained, even though part of my entertainment was just how fucking convoluted the shit was correct. Yeah. It's that's a really that might be the best way to put it like on a plane for me, listen to music or watch a movie and you get the bus of both worlds both of them. Oh, Queen did this a new they did it. But I forgot about it. Get why fire when I get network again. I'm going to definitely put That that. list. Yeah. It's Ken, Jack. I'll I'll let you give your your thoughts. So true to sixty seven don't feel this isn't a movie I want to talk about just give it sort of a brief non spoiler summary. I think clean was a very hyperbolic out there in of on guard band like took a lot of risks and never played by the rules. And then this movie was just like a Wikipedia summary. That was incorrect. Like, yes, edited what Kapiti summary, and you like you read an edited Wikipedia page in the ten seconds. It wasn't change back. Exactly. That's sort of would've felt like and it would just wasn't captivating enough outside of Rami mal performance. And I don't think that there's no nothing to do with his performance. But I don't think it was powerful enough to carry the movie into being good and just is very much. Just a Brian made propaganda piece that was rage standing. That's what it was. It was trying to make the band they were more important than they probab-. Were and try not belittling, Freddie, mercury's legacy. But making him seem more like a component and less like the icon, which he was he is an absolute icon music history. And that is what I think a lot more people are interested in that this not what they showed. Yeah. I again, I hate you can't grade the movie for what it for what it could have been. Yeah..
"rahmael" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Was there with and our country family. It just keeps you strong. It helps you know that you're not alone. She says she and other survivors as well as the relatives who lost loved loved ones need that country family now more than ever is the first anniversary of the shooting swiftly approaches. Reporting live in corona Cooper, Rummell KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. A woman in Thousand Oaks managed to turn the tables on a man who was holding her captive yesterday. The woman told police she'd been held against her will in an apartment by twenty five year old man who sexually assaulted her threatened to shooter and use force to stop her from leaving. But when the man was distracted. She says she was able to grab his gun and shoot him police found the suspect suffering a gunshot wound along a Thousand Oaks road. His wound was not life threatening. And police say he will be placed under arrest when he's released from the hospital. Nathan Roberts KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Eight twenty seventy six Levin has taken place right now. And if you plan on attending leave your motorized scooter at home via is known for being a motor free zone. And that means those popular motor scooters are not allowed rahmael pass squall is the executive director of cyclic via and he tells Cain acts that part of the concern is the scooter speed and the event participants safety he adds that organizers with sickle via went to work together. What the motor scooter companies to make a type of GIO fence around the event. Now, certainly there a new mode of transportation and multi modal transportation that folks are using said, this is interesting a very good reality for LA to have this type of diversity of transportation option. And he says there are some exceptions for those going to sickle via pedal spikes, if you need you need it, and certainly we allow wheelchairs how electric Motors, but nothing with the gas powered motor is allowed on the streets. By the way, sick Lavina is partnering up with the LA philharmonic today and more than fifteen hundred performers artists and musicians will be scattered along the eight mile route Heather Jordan gain, extend seventy NewsRadio via runs till four pm and winds all the way through Hollywood Koreatown downtown LA from the Hollywood bowl to the Walt Disney concert hall streets involved from Hollywood to downtown are vine street, Melrose western Wilshire and grand. There's been a crackdown on three race. You can sign shows and the inland empire CBS Tuesday. Benedict says the thirties were out in force last night saw several people breaking the law. Sheriff's department kinda swooped in to.
"rahmael" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Zero six nine AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news time four twenty grief counselors will again be on the, campus of an Antioch, high school today KCBS Scotla Terry reports the two former students. Were killed and three others were injured in an, alcohol related accident there's a makeshift memorial at the scene of the crash with flowers, for the two recent. Grads of deer Valley High, School eighteen year old John wall Lozada and, seventeen year old Dhaka rape Vega Rolla the, two were celebrating with three others coming home from San Francisco when the car they were in flipped off highway twenty four onto city streets below reading women were injured including the driver. Eighteen year, old rahmael Ramey was arrested for manslaughter and driving under the Influence reef. Counselors brought into school for anyone on campus is the community grieves this tragedy even though it didn't affect me personally I think you know it's still makes. You think yeah every single teacher that I've had for the lights today's has gone through like what happened How tough it is I I. Know people that knew them and he's been hard on them I have teachers who had them, as their students so a lot of people are devastated about a five teenagers went out Saturday night to celebrate their last weekend together before splitting up and. Going their separate ways the accident has left family friends and the. Deer Valley High School community in shock and disbelief Scotla Terry KCBS a Riverside County school district will pay. Eleven million dollars to the parents of a thirteen year old boy. Who drowned in school swimming pool Alex Pierce attended vista Murrieta high school in the town. Of Marietta he got into trouble in the pool and. Was under water for several minutes before he was pulled out but what's remarkable about this student live cards did not perform, CPR the boy remained in a coma, for a month before, he was removed from life. Support, the lawsuits said the school district lacked proper safety. Policies a mother has, been pleading for Twelve. Years for witnesses to, come forward in the murder of her son in San Francisco KCBS has Megan. Goals, reports the polit Brown says the SF PD should have been able. To solve this case by now Brown says she. Believes she knows who killed her son seventeen year old Aubrey apricot at the intersection of grove and Baker streets on August fourteenth two thousand six she says he. Saw the gunman coming for a group of people and yelled for them to run they did, and the attackers turned on him and they all come and say you know army died saving our lives but if he died saving your lives they how. Come you can't speak up and help me you know these people. These were neighborhood people in you you've played on my stairs you went to school with my children but. You won't say anything and that is what investigators need says assistant. Police chief Tony chaplain definitely obvious cases solvable if we saw other cases we can solve. This one but this is again this is one of. Those cases where we actually need The help of the community somebody saw this and they're sitting on that information. Right now, and we need to step step forward which can be done, anonymously chaplain Brown and community members held hands and prayed in the intersection, was killed Russell. With their, conscience in the western addition KCBS it's a new mail scam using some old tricks KCBS. Is Keith men Coney reports Santa Clara county officials are warning residents about it, it's a, case of both blackmail one. Version of a letter tells the recipient, that quote I know about the secret you are keeping. From your wife and, everyone else it then goes on. To demand a large payment. Susannah goal with the Santa Clara county, district attorney's office calls it. A very clever letter show and that, it does, not, specify which, secret and because, of. That it casts a very, wide net it can catch. Many people who have, something imperfect in light but this classic scam by may AOL has, a twenty-first-century twist the scammers ask for that payment in bitcoin which says. He's more difficult to trace than other forms of payment the. Letters have apparently been sent all over the country with many originating, in, Nashville goal says if you ever get a letter that you're just not sure about a good. Test is to input a line or two into a search engine you'll know. Pretty quick if anyone, else has, gotten it to the defense of course is for. People to recognize cans and not send money Keith men Coney KCBS it's now. Illegal to, smoke anything in public parks. In Reno the ordinance was approved by the Reno. City council in July went into effect last week the band includes all trails and extends to within one hundred feet of sports fields recreational facilities except in designated areas no cigarettes pipes no. Cigars no pot no e cigarettes no vaping nothing possession. Of marijuana is legal in the state of Nevada but even. Consumption of that is allowed only Within a private residence KCBS news. Time four twenty five this is a Bloomberg market minute south futures point to a lower Wall Street open as a diplomatic spat between the US and Turkey continues to grab investor attention as. In p. Futures down fifteen points NASDAQ, futures down fifty three Dow futures down. One hundred and forty six NYMEX crude is, lower by one point three percent at sixty six dollars and. Sixteen cents a.
"rahmael" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Three others seriously injured as a. Result of an early morning crash yesterday on walnut creek KCBS Scotla Terry says that drinking. Was involved a crash in which, underage drinking and driving is involved and people died from it officer Brandon. Korea of the contra Costa county CHP Sunday morning at four AM there was a, a? Two thousand Honda Civic that craft off of highway twenty four right we're six eighty and twenty four come together and literally off the freeway down off the freeway rolling over and crashing onto the. Pavement below down in walnut creek onto boulevard circle in walnut creek. Subsequently that killed two eighteen. Year old males from Antioch upon intact they were immediately pronounced deceased two other passengers suffered major injuries, as well as the driver eighteen year old rahmael Ramey of Antioch who has been arrested for felony charges of manslaughter and dry Driving under the influence Scotla Terry KCBS there wasn't the only fate fatal accident about. This time yesterday the HP says, a man suspected of killing a teen in a freeway accident in Oakland. Early yesterday morning could face a stricter sentence because this is his fourth DUI arrest, authorities? Say fifty six year old Berkeley resident Maury Butler struck and killed nineteen year old son Benson Garrett of Antioch it happened around two thirty Sunday morning Benson Garrett had gotten out of his car. After his vehicle was involved in an accident northbound eight eighty near. The Oakland Coliseum he was. Struck and killed by Butler's vehicle Butler then pulled over besides driving under the influence of CHP has, butlers license had been suspended KCBS news time three twenty eight We. Want to go back to the roads now hopefully nothing like that going. On this. Morning Frank Munich yeah considerably quieter thankfully we do have two new problems popping up one of northbound eight eighty at all fraud boulevard in Fremont that's an accident. Which apparently is blocking, the far left lane we also have smoke coming from a car involved. In that crash so we have fire crews heading out there as well of stalled on the bay bridge eastbound eighty just before, you get into the tunnel the CHP says this, is, a car that's. In the far left lane setting out. Of the scene to try and give that a push off of the spam your next traffic update is at three thirty eight. Rather three forty eight I should say on the. Traffic leader cave near KCBS bay area forecast let's see mostly cloudy near the coast today, will be partly, cloudy, near the Bay sunny but. Hazy inland today highs today mid sixty s at the beaches around, seventy. At the bay mid to upper eighties inland traffic and weather together on. The eighth. And all news one six nine and AM.
"rahmael" Discussed on KCBS All News
"CBS news It's eight oh five at the, bay area's news station. K. CBS we've got some cloudy skies, sand fond expected. Tonight along the coast and by the bay with lows in the, fifties, kidding me I'm, Susan Kennedy and here's what's happening to young people have been killed three other seriously. Injured as the result of an early morning crash in walnut creek KCBS. Scott with Terry reports. That drinking was allegedly involved a crash in which underage drinking and driving is involved and people. Died from it officer Brandon career of the contra Costa county CHP Sunday morning at four AM there was a a two thousand Honda Civic that craft off of highway twenty four right we're six eighty in twenty four come together and literally off the. Freeway down off the freeway, rolling over and crashing onto the pavement below down in? Walnut creek onto boulevard circle in walnut creek subsequently that killed two eighteen year old males from Antioch upon impact They. Were immediately, pronounced deceased. Two other passengers. Suffered major. Injuries as. Well as the driver eighteen year old rahmael Ramey of Antioch who, has been arrested for felony charges of manslaughter and driving under the influence Scotla Terry KCBS and. Alaska Airlines. Flight from San Francisco on its way to New Orleans had to be diverted to Los Angeles today because of reports are strong fumes in the cabin Caroline says the odor was detected on flight thirteen ninety toward. The rear of the Airbus plane a spokesman for LAX. As the flight landed safely it, was undergoing an inspection to pinpoint the cause of the odor Alaska Airlines. Re book passengers on other flights driver suspected of the death of a teenager in, Oakland? This morning is now facing a strict sentence after being arrested for driving under the influence CHP says Fifty-six-year-old Maury Butler Berkeley hit nineteen year old Gia Shaun Benson Garrett of Antioch Benson Garrett was. Getting out of his car CHP says it's butlers fourth DUI arrest He was, driving, with, a suspended license and the KCBS news time now, at eight oh. Seven the Salesforce tower opened officially to transit. Today KCBS Jeffrey Shaab. Has that story The brand new AC transit bus made the early. Morning trip. From Alameda and Frank Kadogo made sure he..
Iran, US and Chicago discussed on Steve Cochran
"Wasn't that rival, gang sees a large passages which is what, happened in the sixth district but Eight people wish, they take advantage of that. Opportunity Chicago. Police superintendent Eddie Johnson is called for a, press conference later today a woman's body. Was found in a southside bathtub. With their hands and feet tied together late last night Chicago police detectives have begun a, death investigation at, seventy eight then laflin the Tribune spoke with, the woman's nieces she identified or is thirty. Two year old. Rahmael, bowler she. Says she last saw her aunt four days ago no arrests another resignation at a mega church in south. Barrington Steve Carter announced Sunday that. He could no longer serve at willow creek in his words with, integrity he took over as lead teaching pastor back. In April when Bill hi bulls stepped down bit allegations of sexual harassment a. Train. Headed from, New Jersey to Chicago derailed Sunday afternoon. In Pittsburgh, it's a freight, train several cars are still off the tracks this morning. Cleanups expected to last until mid week no injuries, reported and the US is today reimposing sanctions. On Iran since. The first, round of sanctions since President Trump announced the withdrawal from the Iran nuclear agreement ABC's her lips signs his. At the White House Iran nuclear deal brokered by President Obama. Lifted the sanctions but today the first round of sanctions against Iran snap back into place ninety days after. President Trump withdrew from the agreements these sanctions include those, on Iran. Buying US dollars and on trading gold and other. Precious metals the US is also ending Iran's ability to export carpets and. Other foods interviewed nited states. An update now from WGN sports here's Dave thank you very good morning that cubs still might not have won even, a fancier Izzo hadn't been called out on, strikes and a pitch that. Looked way outside and. The game that didn't do much to appease Rizzo. Really upset over the call empire angel. Hernandez that ended the cubs ten six loss to the Padres Cubs had come back come back from four Rams to tie it before the Padre scored five runs their last two at bats cubs still lead by one game over the brewers and the White Sox had to be, their, best weekend of.
"rahmael" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Jas Jason Scott Jason yes fatally shot while driving I ninety four Greg on Detroit's west side that's Dominique Brown she It was a local rap artists she was. Killed, inside, your, own? Vehicle, that was a Chrysler, two hundred along, with fellow musician rahmael Campbell. Brown's cousin KYW. Hotch It really hurts, the theater Not be. Able to have a mother so if you know something we've come. Out, while seeking for answers mother Bertha Mathews is also, raising money for. Similar cases knowing my heart that's something my daughter were want. Because she was a giver. She was truly a giver crime stoppers has announced a. Twenty five hundred dollar reward in this, case, reporting, live from Southfield Jason Scott w. W j NewsRadio nine fifty and it's been two years since the mysterious shooting death of jogger on a. Rural road in Oakland County WW j Sandra McNeill has talked to. The mother of the victim two years on Nikki. Brugere is tortured by questions why would anybody shoot four foot nine ninety eight pound woman in the back four, times as, she's running away her daughter Alexandra brokers body was found on a front lawn on fish, lake road in rose township but who? Would kill her and why River says she needs to know nothing gonna bring her back but I mean. If it's someone she knew why if. It's random well that's really even scarier. Because it puts everybody else in this community you know state of. Fear, there's a thirteen thousand dollar reward for information and, the case the. Number to call is one eight hundred speak up Sandra McNeill. WW j. NewsRadio nine fifty. Course Michigan state police continue to investigate the murder of. Alexandra Brugere joining us live in the, studio, MSP, first Lieutenant Michael Shaw good afternoon Lieutenant you know we're used to watching stuff on TV or an hour of dateline and they've solved the. Crime this one seems especially random is this is this typical to. Just not really have any idea of what happened. Here I think sometimes we do look at? It and you know we try to get everything solved within their. Forty minute period and throw a couple commercials in there as well to kind of finish it off, and most crimes aren't solved like that Unless we actually catch the suspect that's on the. Scene for this one here it's it's very difficult just for the fact that it's. Not like in any type of city area where you have a lot of video cameras you have. Witnesses all over the. Place you have different things that you can look at to put. It, together this shooting happy in a very rural area happened jail when. She was, on a traditional, path that she had ran over and over again so she kind of made itself for a habit so to speak so you kind of look at is something. That could be somebody who was looking for her in new where she would be that's where the arguments started was it. Something that. Somebody, got in, a road rage incident with their maybe were mad that she was, running down the middle of. The road it starts you know finger-pointing, things like that and it gets carried away are was this random so we? We look at all those different aspects as long as some, of the tips that we have received and we've been pretty fortunate for such a rural area for where this crime occurred we did receive a. Lot of tips that is is taking Us in a direction and and it's always hard for. The family or it's always hard for for people to understand where the cases going because I'm not going to tip my hand you know I'm. Not gonna say well this is where. We are so far we're this close this far what we do know. Is that we still need tips we know there's people out there that have the tips that we need we just need them to give. It to us so does the investigation become increasingly difficult as each. Year goes by sometimes it does and sometimes it doesn't it's really weird you can't really take a case and say this is. Cookie cutter that everyone fits. In after five years you'll never solve it because you know if we look out in California with the case out there the Golden State killer? Until technology, caught up, there, that case was what twenty years and all of a sudden boom? Everything starts, rolling along and I think that's the point that we're at with this particular cases we need somebody. To to come up there and tell us what they know and we know that. Person's out there persons are out there for some reason either They don't want to get involved which happens. Are they, information just doesn't mean, anything, to anyone and they're not gonna come. Up and want to feel. Stupid and that's what we always try to tell people. Is you tell us anything in more investigative we've investigated some weird tips. That have come out of here to make sure. That you know that we can kind of follow them all the? Way through because the biggest part of. It is we. We want to get this killer off the, street and we also want to bring the family into custody. So you said you have tips it's, been two years at what point is the case considered a, cold case so that's a TV show we'd like. To say that quite often there's detectives that are working on, this, investigation every day every. Tip that comes in every little lead that goes wherever it takes us. Every Facebook page everything that that goes along with it so there's really no such thing as a cold case there's. Always something that can be done with, it A lot of times they become cold cases and. Smaller departments and that's. Just because of a manpower issue as you go along you're working. On this case it kinda dead ends. On you a little bit and, then another? Case pops up? So you put your resources into that our detectives are working very diligently on this case and. They will continue to do to they retire and then another person steps up and takes their. Place or until it's solved I'd imagine sometimes reward help so just in the last few seconds people should call state police crime stoppers anything that anybody knows anything they could call anything always hate to, give out numbers because no whatever members miss tip you can go on the internet you can call crime. Stoppers your local police department will. Get it to us. You can call call the media we don't care who. You call as long as. It gets us and bury us that tip to to bring this killer to Justice and I. Think one thing and you did mention it and very quickly and people don't want to say, who they are so that hinders cases. And that's one of the reason that you can call. Crime stoppers you don't have to give your information If you call the eight five five Mitch tip line you don't have to give your information either you. Can just call us directly and and we'll keep that to ourselves all right thanks Lieutenant Sean for coming in and we. Certainly hope that there. Will be a resolution to this case soon of for the family. For you guys for everybody thank you W. w Jane news time to. Thirty eight Weather on and Tracy, mccaskill? I ninety four is a no go right we're still watching a big problem there. And this report sponsored by hotels dot com. This crash eastbound ninety four at. French road still a factor blocking all lanes again crews are still, trying to remove this overturn. Gravel Haller traffic slow. From I seventy five you can exit northbound vandyke take that. To eastbound Harper. And connect back to Connor and. Then rejoin I ninety four from that point also watching a crash northbound Lapeer road. Closed at silver bell road all lanes. Blocked we have backups to. Deaden road continuing they're still. Watching as well brake lights along north US Twenty-three after silver lake road slowdowns southbound US Twenty-three around..
Colorado blaze burning out of control prompts thousands of evacuations
"In the wbz newsroom prosecutors say an eighteen year old in lynn laid in wait and then opened fire on three people killing one of them victor figueroa is being held without bail after he pleaded not guilty to the murder of twenty five year old rahmael denise the victim was walking home with friends early saturday after a party at the time of the attack investigators say cell phone evidence helped to lead them to figure out in colorado hundreds of residents now chased from their homes by a number of wildfires suckered combined with high wind spread fires throughout the western half of the state in southern colorado the twenty four thousand acre spring fire has k hazlet prepared to evacuate gone through my important papers and trying to think if we only had a few minutes to get out that i'm ready to go while her home is still standing many others have been destroyed rick salinger for cbs news denver new hampshire fighting back against the recent supreme court ruling that allows states to force online shoppers to pay sales tax this would require the granite state which doesn't have doesn't have a sales tax to collect the taxes on behalf of other states senators gina mckee hassen her behind a bill that would overturn the high court's ruling say it would create big obstacles for small business in new hampshire and california democratic congresswoman maxine waters says she's now getting death threats as jason campidoglio reports the trouble stems from comments she made last week and she says that she's had to cancel two major appearances in alabama and texas because her office has seen an influx of hostile male water says the very serious death threat came in monday from someone in the lone star state the california democrat said on saturday that people should publicly confront and harass members of the trump administration over the president's zero tolerance policy at the border and the practice of separating families police say they are not going to comment on the case at least not right now heading over to sports in a moment traffic and weather together as well it's certainly a hot went out there checking all that momentarily but first sports it's tom as hticket dot com sports studio red sox and yankees out the stadium but wardell rodriguez throws tonight acquire just last night and trade steve peers at first base hitting cleanup salvator introduced draft choice robert williams the third this morning to time carpenter defensive player of the year with reputation for slacking off robert williams the third and his boss definitely people people question my motor but i work hard and i know i can work hard up and i'm ready to start it's hard to have a little motor and be defensive player of the year for two years in a row in a tough conference i mean i've heard the same types of criticism but that's a that's a hard thing to do robert williams a third yeah danny ainge absolutely no surprise lebron james opting out of his cavaliers contract lbj free again third time tom cuddy wbz radio sports just say hey alexa play wbz newsradio on iheartradio live local news on wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time four thirteen traffic and weather together now the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on.