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"rec center" Discussed on WTOP
"Evening. I'm seven news Chief Meteorologist Veronica Johnson in the First Alert Weather Center. We've got 47 degrees in Alexandria, 46 in Columbia, and 47 in the nation's capital. We bring you money news at 20 and make that 10 and 40 past the hour brought to you by PenFed. Great rates for everyone to Jeff Klaybaugh. Pfizer has suspended clinical trials a for weight loss pill, saying patients couldn't tolerate side effects. Alexandria announces Alexandria's Lumber, Smoot well known to area contractors, is closing. It opened more than 200 years ago. DC billionaire brothers are sports tycoons. Stephen Rails boosted his Indiana Pacers stake to 20 percent. Mitchell Rails is among commanders, minority owners. The Dow rallied 195 points Friday and closed at a record high. Jeff Klaybaugh, WTOP News. It is 841. In other news we're following for you this evening, the man accused of stabbing former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin in an Arizona prison, now faces attempted murder charges. federal prosecutors say 52 -year -old John Terskak stabbed Derek Chauvin 22 times with an improvised knife in the law library at a federal prison in Tucson where he's an inmate. They say he told correctional officers he would have killed Chauvin if they didn't respond so quickly. The former officer was convicted of murdering George Floyd. Terskak told the FBI he stabbed Chauvin on Black Friday as a symbolic connection to Black Lives Matter. Wendy Gillette, CBS News. Do you visit Philadelphia often with your ski mask? Well you might soon have to remove it in certain public places in the city of brotherly love. With the 13 -2 vote, Philly's city council passed legislation supporters say will increase public safety. Not everyone's on board. Opponents claim going after people wearing ski masks will unfairly target people without any proof of wrongdoing. Unless the mayor vetoes this bill, the new law will forbid wearing the face -shielding masks in schools, rec centers, parks, city -owned buildings, and public transportation. A dead Longhorn cow was found at Oklahoma State University today, One day before the Big 12 Championship game between the Texas Longhorns and the OSU Cowboys. The discovery of the dead animal on the lawn of the farmhouse fraternity comes the day before the school's football team In place, the University of Texas Longhorns and the Big 12 Championship gave reaction from these OSU students. I thought it was really disgusting for another human to do that. That's awful. Like we hate Texas, but But it's kind of just unsettling to see people go to that extreme. The cow carcass had an expletive carved Coming up on WTOP expanding your palate with bakeries. It's 843. Experience the music of Bob Dylan like never before in the Tony award -winning musical Girl From the North Country. This critically acclaimed Broadway show features dozens of With classic Dylan hits, including Like a Rolling Stone, I Want You, and Forever Young. Don't miss Girl from the North Country live on
A highlight from How Carmen Perez Became a Forward-Thinker
"Ladies, gentlemen, welcome to the colorful world of Skittles. Skittles brings you a jolt of five fruity flavors in every bite, giving you the chance to taste the rainbow like never before. Break free from the ordinary day to day with the help of Skittles chewy candy. Skittles is a must in my candy jar, movie snack, even my secret to an afternoon pick me up. And I don't even care who knows it. Add a splash of joy to your day with Skittles. There's nothing better than fruity fun that tickles your taste buds. Taste the rainbow. How do we reimagine our society as a place where we all feel safe? That question is at the heart of Carmen Perez's work as a civil rights activist, including roles as president and CEO of the Gathering for Justice, movement to end racial inequities in the justice system, and co -chair of the Women's March. Carmen shares the importance of learning from our elders, specifically the lessons she learned from more than 20 years working alongside Harry Belafonte, the life -changing loss that shapes her pursuit of justice and of joy, and what happens when a person who prides herself on her strength learns to lean into her softness. Carmen, thank you for doing this. Well, thank you for having me, Alicia. It's been quite some time, so I'm happy we're able to have a conversation today. Carmen, your sense of justice is what frames your entire life and your entire work. And so I think it's really important that we begin with the origin story of how that sense of justice was developed, which was not in a classroom, though you would later go on to cultivate this sense in a classroom. It's really in your own life, in one of the most trying moments of your life, that this lesson is crystallized. Absolutely. I grew up in a Chicano, Mexican -American family, and I grew up in Oxnard, which was right outside of Los Angeles. And we, at a very early age, learned how to navigate the things we were experiencing, sexual trauma, domestic violence, alcoholism, gang violence, police surveillance. That was something that we learned very young. And luckily, I played basketball, I played ball from the age of five all the way to college. I ran track, played volleyball or showed up to volleyball games, I like to say, and played softball all year round. And so that kind of became my therapy. I remember my coach, I would come to practice experiencing something traumatic and my coach would be like, run it off Perez. I just didn't know that the family that I loved and the family that I was a part of were generations involved in gangs or involved in incarceration. I had a brother, Carlos, who was just such a good guy and would get stopped by police just being profiled. And there was an incident that happened in my formative years. I was coming out of a basketball game and he gave me and all my little friends a ride. We were wearing our basketball uniforms and they happened to be red, the colors of the school, and we were stopped by police at gunpoint. And it wasn't until recently that I began to realize, wow, I've been impacted by police violence. It wasn't anything that I thought was abnormal. It was the way of life in Oxnard, California. We always had police contact. There was a lot that we experienced, a lot that I witnessed. And I think all of that then manifested in itself when I lost my sister, Patricia. She was killed right before our birthdays. Her and I were one day apart in two years. She's two years older than me. She was buried on my 17th birthday. And so from that moment as a little girl, I knew I wanted to change the world. It was so weird, even though I had experienced all this trauma and didn't know it was trauma or experienced injustice, didn't know it was injustice. I used to say I wanted to change the world. And the catalyst for me stepping into that power was really when I lost Patricia. When Patricia passed away, I felt like a piece of me died and I had to bury parts of me. I buried my art. I used to write poetry and dance hip hop and pretend I was Eazy -E and I used to love to rap. And I put that all away. I really felt like I buried my joy. I didn't want to live my life feeling like I could experience joy without her. But I remember thinking like I had life and I had to live life for her and I had to live life because she didn't have it anymore. And so everything that I did was in memory of her. I want to put a pin in your personal story and ask about your theory of change. When you imagine justice in this country, what is that holistic vision of what the alternative is? imagination For me, it's really about feeling safe. You know, when I think about law enforcement and my husband, J. Jordan, says this often, we don't have a public safety response system right now. We have a crime response system. So police respond to crime. They don't respond in a way that is safe for communities. And I believe that our communities actually could do better if they're well resourced in order to have what they need to thrive. Quality education, quality health care, rec centers, all these different things is what really makes a thriving economic mobility jobs make a community thrive. When I think about the work that I try to spread in the world is not the absence of violence, but it's the presence of love and justice, right? Making sure that our communities aren't being harmed, that our people aren't being harmed and that we actually value each other. And so for me, this fight around police accountability is now larger than just seeking justice for a family member or loved ones.
"rec center" Discussed on WTOP
"Tomorrow morning at 11. We have more coming on WTOP during traffic and weather on the 8th. And you can get relief from the punishing heat at some public cooling centers that are throughout our region. In DC, cooling centers are now activated at of dozens public libraries, pools and rec centers, 16 city spray parks including at Hillcrest Recreation Center in Southeast and Tacoma Community Center in Northwest will be open an extra hour until 9. Anyone can call 311 and get free transportation. Christopher Rodriguez, director of DC Homeland Security and Emergency Management. We want to make sure that residents are staying hydrated. They don't to need be outside. Stay inside. Residents in Montgomery County are also being encouraged to use libraries and rec centers and pools to cool off. The pool in Olney will be closing Saturday, though, for summer cleaning. Shayna Olin, WTOP News. Now for a list of additional cooling centers, including in Prince George's County and in Northern Virginia, you can find that information. We have it posted for you at wtop .com. 304, the effort to build a natural gas pipeline through Virginia and West Virginia can resume. That's because of a Supreme Court ruling today. work They on the Mountain Valley pipeline had been blocked by the federal appeals court in Richmond, even after Congress included the project's approval as part of the bipartisan bill that increases the debt ceiling. The High Court ruling today comes as the federal appeals court hears arguments in this. The Biden administration backed the company in calling for the Supreme Court to intervene. Environmental groups have been opposed to the six billion dollar project that runs through southwest Virginia into West Virginia. Day two of practice at the commanders camp wrapped up, but it was the first day that fans could actually go to Ashburn and see this year's team. And with a new ownership group place, in you better believe it felt a lot different. It's the start of the new time. Thousands of fans were on and hand Bob Durr, who came here from northern New Jersey, spoke for lots of everybody says we were fans before we've stayed fans, but there's a new excitement. We're not kind of a laughing stock of the league more. James Lindsay lives in Charlotte, North Carolina. He stopped in St. Mary's County to see his parents and bring his dad here to Ashburn. He left the team store with the New Jersey, spending money on merchandise because I a don't have scam artist as an owner anymore and I feel like this owner is going to put the money best to for what success at commanders camp in Ashburn. John Doman, WTOP news. will Well, the Josh Harris group bring about a new era that Washington commanders fans can be proud of? There's been a lot of optimism, but one Philadelphia sports broadcaster where Harris is the owner of an NBA team says fans shouldn't get their hopes up. Sports broadcaster on Fox 29 in Philly and WIP Radio host Howard Eskin says when it comes to Harris, going from Daniel Snyder to Josh Harris is better, but that's like going from zero to one. His reasoning is Harris's choices in Philly for the team. Incorrect decisions on hiring people from the general manager to the coach. Eskin says commanders fans should also prepare for ticket costs to rise a lot as they did after Harris bought the 76ers, but says he hopefully the commanders get a new stadium out of this and his message overall to fans here. It's better, but be said, careful what you ask for. Mike Murillo, WTOP News 307. She invented the Bechtel test for gender Equality in film and theater. Now Alison Bechtel's life inspires the musical fun home at Studio Theater in DC. Actor Bobby Smith plays Bruce Bechtel who killed himself as a closeted gay man before he could tell his daughter Alison who's having her own lesbian awakening. It all builds to one of the most powerful numbers I've ever seen on stage. It's the communication barrier that we all experience, that barrier that you might have between a family member father or a or a mother and you both need to say something to each other. Say something, talk to me, say something, anything one another. Coming up in money news after traffic and weather. The staff at your local Amazon Fresh store might be checking. I'm Brennan Hazleton. 308. Get a Precision AC tune up for only
"rec center" Discussed on WTOP
"3rd, welcome into WTO. Time now is one 45. This is WTO news. Good morning to you. I'm dean lane. Welcome in. Virginia state senator John bell, who represents parts of Prince William and loudoun county, says he will not run for reelection. In a letter, just this week at elsie in his decision, Belle, a Democrat, says a recent prostate cancer diagnosis led to his decision here because his treatment he says will greatly impact his life going forward, but bell does say this morning his prognosis is considered very positive. Bell was first elected as a state center senator back in 2019 before that he actually served as a state delegate. A local boxing coach who works at a rec center in southwest D.C. locally has a role on screen in the new movie creed three, which is coming out in theaters this weekend One day you came back the past came back to. It's something special for Patrice Harris. He gets to look up at the big screen and see himself in creed three. Harris just returned from California where he was at the premiere. It's a big movie theater. You've got the celebrities watching the movie, and they see me doing my part in the movie. It's just like, wow. Harris coaches boxing here in D.C., and that's what he does in the film, too. He's a boxing coach. He says this whole experience has been surreal. It's a lot of work, but it was worth it, though, man. It's a blessing to even just be a part of something like that. In the district nickel in Ellie, WTO P news. He certainly held a signature sound on the saxophone and was jazz pioneer he was. We're talking about Wayne shorter who's died this week, a representative says that shorter died at his home in LA, but didn't give a cause of death. From Miles Davis to the band weather report to Jodie Mitchell, shorter contributed so much to the music world since his debut in 1959, shorter was 89. The
"rec center" Discussed on WTOP
"And office. It's his former executive assistant. Keep it here on WTO for full details in the minutes ahead. It's two 18. Traffic and weather on the 8s we begin with Dave dildy. In the district all week long continuous lane closures in the third street tunnel, this afternoon they're working northbound between the Capitol Hill, House and Senate exits for sea southwest and D northwest. Left lane was blocked at the beginning of the third street tunnel with the three 95 and 6 95 merge lanes clogged. Outbound on suitland Parkway earlier it was a vehicle fire near Stanton road. And the remains of that outbound in the path of outbound drivers with those drivers getting by the remaining activity in a single lane to the left. In Virginia on the George Washington Parkway, clearing one northbound under the Roosevelt bridge delays easing, still have one disabled southbound near the humpback bridge, crowding the right travel lane. 95 between Springfield and Fredericksburg, it's going to take time a lot of getaway traffic, heading into the president's day weekend very slow south by woodbridge and Quantico. Much of the way through Stafford, northbound volume delays and Fredericksburg and heavy near Potomac mills and woodbridge and Bellevue as well. Fairfax county Parkway, southbound beyond Lee chapel road near the south run rec center car to the trees on the far right. But activity is mostly on the sidewalk there. I think both Parkway lanes are open. 66 off to a fair start for the afternoon, rush. Bill weighs some slow stretches cropping up here. And they're slowest in prince George's county, Maryland right now on the outer loop between route four and Richie Marlboro road close to exit 13 rubber necking activity on the shoulder. 95 in Maryland with only brief delays in Howard county Baltimore, Washington Parkway heating up slowing down your fort mead two 70, only a slight slowdown north of Germantown near route one 21. Now through February 20th during the BMW president's day sales of ant ELISA 2023 BMW 5 30 I X drive sedan for 6 59 per month, visit BMW setters dot com today. Dave del ion WTO traffic. Let's get a line on that weekend forecast here storm team four's Mike stenner. A call from now pushing east and south of the region. We're going to be partly to mostly cloudy this afternoon. This is going to be windy and sharply colder. Temperatures are fall
"rec center" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"Sure. TikTok here come the fates. Right. Exactly. Okay. And so that in the comics that releases the fates and then that basically becomes the end of act two of the entire series of the Sandman comics. Now it's just a matter of time. Now it's just a matter of time before the fades get them. They're going to get them. And he is, he's all black robed, and then at the very end of The Sandman series, he is a new Sandman. Right. And white ropes. And I don't remember a whole lot about this game. Okay, the third one. The third one. I mean, there was lots of stuff going on. It was back. We played it back up in the rec center. Okay, brought it back to the rec center. I remember that had created this vast tree growth organism that was him. Right, 'cause he was swapped out because he was still swamp thing. Right. And so he had created this big paper mache and wire tree that he was inside and you can go talk to him. Did he spend because these games last four to 6 hours, right? Yeah. Did he stand in that costume for four to 6 hours? A fair bit of time was spent in that costume. But he didn't have to stay. He didn't have to stay there. Sometimes he could, because that's something he could he could dissolve, basically, and show up somewhere else. Oh, okay. And so but yeah, he's been a fair bit of time in the cost of people to go talk to the tree. But the one thing that we did do is that we made sure to have the scene in which morpheus talks to talks to his son. And I played his son in a box with my head. Under a table. Oh, like, in the Adams family. Yeah, yeah, exactly..
Gov. Ron DeSantis Is a Genius for Making Monoclonal Antibodies Accessible
"Because chuck Todd just said is it better to get the virus than get vaccines I got vaccinated I got the Johnson & Johnson vaccine I got the booster 5 weeks ago Went to Costco got the booster I wear a mask everywhere I go And by the way it's not always because of the virus it's because I don't necessarily want to be noticed with people coming up to me But it's also the virus Vaccinated booster mask still got it Still got it And the monoclonal antibiotic Where the governor of Florida has made it easily accessible No questions asked Which is basically four shots one in the fatty part behind your bicep on the left arm on the right arm and then they squeeze each side of your stomach for fat and do it there So it's four shots And by the way a lot of the people doing it There was a part time job or volunteers for firefighters Some emergency personnel And these are private companies that are given Rec centers or whatever you just look it up and you go And you go I mean the governor is a genius to be quite Frank about it And that's why he was fighting for this monoclonal antibody because he realized look people are going to get this many of them who are
"rec center" Discussed on SQUAAA Podcast
"A lot of 'em wanted girl meets world. Why do they make so many fucking thing. Just rep people reminiscent on those things you know but still got to be late some kind of passionate behind the tudo like there's some people to move for me. I like the mood was good. Botic pimp slap fuck eats gold stupid. We're gonna end compensation with movies trash. I'm sorry movie was criticized themselves. Sorry suzanne with. I'm saying is dave will. Hollywood will milk the dead horse far as long as a physics fan. True did understand what you mean by. There's they're saying halloween. The next halloween ends is the last one of the franchise misgiving five years trilogy. Like when i read it franchise a trilogy. If like batman batman nola he made a trilogy. But you know someone's going to that shit up. Yeah i think people needed know how to stop. I get every money. Grab and just the name stuff. Because you know the brand logo and blah blah blah and people are gonna come no matter what kills a tutto. That's the american cinematic culture. It's we thrive on nostalgia true to cambio. Nothing could be new series was more good though they did three next to it was good. You feel the same way. I feel about it. Okay everybody the best thing about the new ones was pennywise. Scars guard did a great job. He made them extremely just like offsetting unnerving. You know. i've never felt more uncomfortable about a killer. I don't know about attempting. I think away from me. I i d- i i. I'm i'm gonna go with you. I think he did a good job and his version of it. But i don't think he was the best for me. I never lost. I'm not degrading. I don't think the is not trash. I think he's as good in. Its own way better than the original series house. Houses kid you wanted. I feel the original left. You uncomfortable left you at the time. It made you uncomfortable for me. That's what i thought. But i liked it but but again it it falls back to what we talked about in the beginning. You know that old school style of writing those horror movies a slow drawn out and they're like small moments you know. Now it's just blood blood but that's because transformers was bill who bombers is michael bay. Michael be you know like boom every movie now if it's not an action action. Action action is horrible. They only slow. People want slow burns. But that's like you have to have amazing actors like denzel. Leon dicaprio that people have to sit down and watch those kind of movies. Netflix get new actors. Plan slow burns nor washington shit like no one wants him ship. We should be the next person next movie franchise to get redone again. That's what i. I really miss watson again. I think that's because they the owns it is tying it up right now. The new wanna trash. What about a puppy master public. Mass postmaster puppetmaster hellraiser. They just if you haven't seen it definitely watch it. The remake candyman was fucking greets. Watched the was touching on totally so good touching on a good movie about it and they touch up. What he is people can understand what he is. I don't think people know where he is. No nobody remembers bites anymore now. Treated like a cinnabon but didn't already noted the vitamins leviathans course but nobody knows that i mean what those who dive into it. No it yeah like i had to dive into. It's not and and one to resign knows because also supernatural. And i was what the divide in the research. Ovaries of and that was many many many years ago. Well one of my things. One of my favorite comic books ever bought wasn't a random Bookshop in colorado. I found clive. Barker's book of the demons explained hellraiser that explains so many different Of the other creatures he's created and clive barker main. That dude is fucking brilliant. Yeah what he did with. The horror. Movie genre in general was just horrifying and terrifying but do to bring back if they could continue candyman and keep this story going out with do. Nothing was ever scarier than standing in front of a mirror. Same bloody mary three times. You know when you were nash. Nashes fucking scott before. Actually i used to go to a rec center. I was like a second grade and a bunch of kids over there in. What was this I can't remember rec center as recreational center and everybody likes to go to bathroom. An italian airbus playing pokemon on and pokemon cars trading and stuff. Everybody wants to go to battle stays named three times and that was that was there. I was like what the fuck we're doing. I don't know to fight this is. I don't know because i didn't see it as a kid. But the whole ambience and everything and everybody in that made me scared so you on a they will say alison beetlejuice. you know. that's what it wasn't a bathroom kenny. Like beetlejuice And that's what it was before candyman house before back there saying muddy. Mary billionaire movie. It was good. I think those are great man again. They could bring some more some more of that back. that's awesome. I want them to continue this conjuring series. Because i think it's fun. It's fun. I think what james wanted. One bro talk about james one and what he did for the horror movies. His saw franchise brilliant conjuring franchise fucking brilliant. You know like he's doing great one thing. Is that those movies on ready. Terrify me at all. But i like.
"rec center" Discussed on Pause
"Amongst vendors and entrepreneurs realize okay. We have something here and we have enough. People come out that shared that they enjoyed it. They thought it was a great experience. They enjoyed meeting the different entrepreneurs. Yeah basically enough to not fall into gloom end to plan the next market And so we plant a few mar- They got a little bit. Bigger one was at the kirby rec center on another one was addict community event in the summer. And so we started doing Pop up markets a little bit more throughout the community and With the idea that we are not market experts Or marketing experts. Are maybe experts at any of this but We saw some momentum and the entrepreneurs we are working with continued to show that this was valuable and for us. It's like the thinking that these entrepreneur investing their time and energy in this How do we acknowledge that in value that and really worked to provide them with opportunities that aren't gimmicky Or just goofy communities united organiz papa markets but actually lead to tangible benefits for their business. We this was late. Twenty and nineteen and beginning in twenty twenty we transition into hiring actual experts to come in and do some workshops and these are going to be in person events and then covet struck and all these plans quickly dissipated and so we were in a place where in person things weren't happening But a lot of people are really struggling and a lot of businesses are in really difficult spots. What can we do in this time. are there things that we can be doing. And there was a time of not much activity but a lot of thinking in a lot of strategizing and connecting with different partners About this and what emerged out of this was Conversations between ourselves and action the communities and then the public and the public is in edmonton company that actually runs markets row. Yes oh we're not market. Experts were not The of this isn't our skill set but this is their skill set and so through this kind of time of reflection inactivity in some ways we actually put some plans together for what turned out to be. Just an incredible opportunity and i would say products and Getting the best out of each partner and so communities united in our our strength is maybe we're nimble were flexible. We can Help provide some resources to things at key. Times action communities they Have such strong connections with community groups..
"rec center" Discussed on The BosBabes
"Had jumped properly and stuff, and then showed me he's like, all right, so show me what you can do. Show me one and a half. And I did because I had practiced it. The day before the rec center, I could do it. And it's like okay, do it double. Two front clips. Two, my first time ever first time in diving practice. Okay. How? He's like, just do what you did, but hold it longer. And I ended up letting go a little late because I held longer than I wanted, and I should have. And I went two and a quarter and smacked my face two front flips and another quarter turned smacked against this glassy surface of a pool. And I broke the membranes in my nose. So I get up out of the pool and I'm just like bleeding. Just a river of red, all over my body. My body's just covered in blood. It probably looks like it's more covered than it is because, you know, the water and everything, but it looked pretty gruesome. Like, I was like, just coming out of battle. And he's like, all right, I will go hit the showers and I'm walking off in the entire swim team. Watch me walk away and they're like, oh my God, I'm diving so like diving so hardcore. Do you see that guy? He's got masks. You know, so from that on like diving was like the hardcore sport, but you never know until you hurl yourself off the edge. It definitely sounds like you were a natural gifted athlete, and we see those skills. Obviously, in are you the one with some of the challenges that we had to do, we will be speaking about that a little bit later. But speaking of pro athletes, which sports did you and your brothers enjoy watching as kids and were there any professional athletes, whether they were male or female or a combo of both, that you guys enjoyed watching, growing up, whether it be Tiger Woods or Michael Jordan or anybody. Who did you guys idolize when you were younger? Well, you know, I'd say the athlete that we idolized when we were younger was our dad. He's been in baseball ever since I can remember he's still playing baseball. He's in an adult league he manages it. He plays for it, and they do really well. Go mud cats. He's, you know, he just turned 60. So he's still an athlete. But when we.
"rec center" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness
"Of funny pre flop thing that happens in live poker so the main question here is why do people or the pool. That plays live one two. Why do they raise to such a large size. Why they opened seven eight x we briefly touched on one of the reasons that commonly quoted. And that's the in the field so that you're playing against your players instead of going massively multi way every time you said that you actually had a like a story or an experiment. That you think illustrates why people why everyone that opens such a massive size low six cash. Yes so as a social experiment. I believe it was in the seventies or the eighties and basically the experiment was stay. Locked ten monkeys in a room. That had a ladder and at the top of the ladder. I can't remember exactly what it was or call it a banana. Just because monkeys like bananas so they have a banana at the top of the ladder and the first monkey that ran up the ladder to get the banana pressured water fired on the monkeys in the room and the second time a monkey ran to get a banana pressured water soaked all the monkeys in the room so it didn't take very long for them to figure out like y'all don't go up that ladder right and so what what the researchers did was they one by one. They took one monkey out. Replace it with a brand new monkey that had never had never gotten soaked at had never had the downside to going for the banana and it would scale the ladder to get an all the other monkeys would grab it and pull it down. They would they would not let it. Climb the ladder right and over time. They replaced all of the monkeys that had been soaked by water with brand new monkeys that had never experienced downside of going up the ladder but the brand new monkeys to a monkey would grab a newcomer as it climbed the ladder and pull it down despite never getting the negative consequence just because that was what all the other monkeys were doing right and so that to me is always been like a great metaphor for why you know a lot of especially old school type strategies and poker but more specifically preform poker Just y like yeah you gotta monkey. That's opening eight x and then you're like. Oh what does that monkey no. It must know something that. I don't know so i'm just gonna open eight x two because all the other monkeys are doing it. Yeah i think. That's i think that's a lot of what's happening here. I think in cash you know like a kind of an addition to like your story that i think is adds even more humor to the situation. Is that like when the first one to game. I asked this to you when the first one game opens in the casino for the day and everybody sits down for a new game. Like how does the first guy decide. What what size he wants to open to and like how does he land on sixteen x sixteen dollars eight x there. Wasn't anybody opening to begin with but that's very still very likely the size that they probably land on and it's just i don't know it's kind of funny. How like even without seeing other people do it. That a lot of people just seem to land on really really really big open sizes. Yeah i mean it's like if everybody opened like sixteen all day long and four new players sat down and they all started opening to ten. I guarantee you. Everybody would be opening to ten like within two hours. It would just like change mystically right like these guys opening to ten. They must know something. I'm going to change right. And what i find. The saddest part about this is like you have well intentioned. Well studied poker players. That will sometimes sit down in these games and start opening to eight x like just because everybody else is doing it. Just i mean. I think that's. That's if if we had like a follow up till like this question it would just be me asking people who play live cash. Add like are no regular. Seven x eight x openers. Why do you raise that size. You have like a good strategic reason for landing on that number or are you doing it because you want to fit in and it's uncomfortable to draw attention to yourself by opening really smaller really bigger or no some some nonstandard number another great question to pose the opposite right of like if this were online and not in the live environment right and you had somebody opening eight x pre like four people at your online table. Would you start opening eight x as well just like the other players are doing it right or would you just like capitalize and print money. Because they're risking way more than they should with very inappropriate hands. Yeah actually thought of like a funny analogy for this similar to like your monkey experiments story i play a lot of basketball and one of the one of the now that i thought this was imagine you went to the rec center to play some hoops. And let's say there's let's say there's money on this game to mission similar to poker there's actually something to win and you notice that everybody in the rec center. The only shots they took were half court shots and people were like breaking them and just firing them up. Would you also shoot half court shots. Like only half court shots because you want to fit in and that's what everyone else is doing or would you just take everyone's money by buying normal basketball and making lay ups and not growing a bombs and that's essentially what people i think that's essentially what live cash players are doing. They're saying like well. This is not how i play online. This is not how the professionals that i watched who play like really high stakes cash or these are not the is that they open to. But that's what's happening here. So i guess i'm just going to jack up these shorts instead of doing my best to win. Money playing strategically sound or more strategically sound strategy than i mean. What a most disappointed in are the people that ought to know better because like it is part of our like basic human biology to use social proof to our advantage right i. I've i read other studies. About how like they found these massive pileups. That happened when like a bunch of cars starts swerving all at the same time. And sometimes it's just the car in front of you. Changes lanes to the middle and for very quickly and like you assume that they're doing it for a specific reason right and so you change and then the person behind you changes lanes and then you've got a bunch of people doing a dangerous thing for no reason at all just because the person in front of them did something dangerous and i think the like most of the time if somebody swerves in front of you. There's a reason right so like there's a reason why need to get out of the way because there's something in the road and it's beneficial but like it's never a good reason in like a tactical environment like poker to just do something because all the other people are doing it because like the reality is doing things differently than your opponents is like where you get your edge from. Yeah so like you want to play as bad as them and win money. No you play differently than them so that you win money right like that's where the edges but live poker become you know it just becomes very tempting see people that like otherwise would never even consider doing something like over limping jackson off just over limping jackson off because like other people are doing it. So like okay cool. Let's just fit in like one thing i'd add onto that too is like when you look around the live one to table like are those types of players that you want to resemble like. Is that who you marry your strategy against the average brek or even.
"rec center" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"Cad enc. Stop by i gotta ask about what what. Msg the so. You mentioned that. It's felt like it was actually a full building. But i mean during the rest of the game before that pushed into overtime and everything else is. It is it. I have not been arena. So i've been. I've been to one game in the last year. I went to the nets warriors on opening night at barclays. Because i wanted to see durant's debut in front of nobody and how surreal that would be building so i went there but that is the only game of vinci because we don't have any direct access to guys. There's no point in me being there and watching on tv so i don't know how we can. They can to hear everything. Like if you've got good material in the middle of the game could you just showed out and just like trash. Talk san van. Gundy i you absolutely could i was in the was in the to hundreds i was you know wasn't but if you're like the hundreds i think certainly the courtside first of all as as a fat guy now is the time to go. Courtside you're not smushed that we were we were we used to work for. Msu we had a show on there they gave us courtside seats. What time it was honestly one of the worst sporting spirits. I was mushed into a folding chair. I felt like i was in a rec center. You know what i mean like. I felt like i was a middle school graduation. It did not feel great. My thighs were chafing. While i was sitting down somehow so i will say as it comfort. Now is the time to go to a game if you're plus is if you're plus sized cutie out there because there's nobody washed into you right you just sit with you you know but everything else. The other aspect of it was it was surreal. It was weird it up until that moment. It didn't really you re you can totally hear what's going on. If you're in the lower section you could one hundred percent. I mean if i was shouting i could probably have like gotten somebody somebody. Just go in there with an air horn you could completely disrupt the free. Throw for sure Team it'll be okay. Yeah that's right. Yeah someone.
Southeast Washington DC vaccine clinic opens to residents
"Vaccinated had been a challenge for some residents across the district. But today, a clinic in Southeast was busy giving out shots to make about and works at a school and decided to come out to the bending Stoddard rec center here in Southeast when she heard about the vaccination clinic literally live three minutes away, So it's like my not today 500 eligible residents, including seniors from nearby facilities. Didn't line for their shot. Answer all your questions. They are willing tol, you know, walk you through the entire process. Observation was great like it was easy. It took all of think. Yeah. 20 minutes. The clinic is a partnership between the DC Housing Authority, Johns Hopkins and D. C. Health. It's events like this to make a says she hopes to see more of for residents in need in her neighborhood. Important to get this so we can all come back out facts. I'm looking forward to being outside this summer.
"rec center" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Good news in the mosquito and Sunnyvale area heading out toward 40 the wreck on eastbound 80 80 spork is now gone. Traffic is still slow from Collins. What w b a p first traffic and weather on the ones Ah Michael Scott. Only classic Chevrolet Ingrate bind can bring a classic red, white and blue sales event this big America's largest selection of Silverado, Tahoes and Suburbans Shop Classic Chevrolet calm, Find new roads. A brand new winter storm moving in tonight. A winter storm warning from six PM this evening through Thursday morning, could be looking at during that time. Frame the main events overnight tonight into a Wednesday morning up to two inches of snow, along with up to a quarter inch of ice rest of the day. Cloudy record cold continues temperatures around 20. No one sleep. Moving in late tonight and enter two of snow and some freezing rain expected as well. Love 17 early mixed precipitation Wednesday and then ending out in the afternoon. I have 30 Really sunny Thursday. Low thirties might be up in the fifties by the tail into the weekend. This weather report sponsored by Merrill With Meryl guided investing, You have the option to work with an advisor to low cost him minimum get started at Merrill edge dot com slash investing goals. Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith incorporated both the Register broker, dealer and investment adviser member s I P. C. 20 degrees. Now cloudy skies for WB AP News I'm meteorologist Mark Thibodeaux at the Weather Channel. The news and talk of Texas. It's D FW's Court of public opinion With this news Brought to you by REX L. Governor Greg Abbott is urging legislative action against the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, where God is forcing controlled power outages statewide to relieve strain on the power grid, leaving hundreds of thousands of Texans cold and frustrated. There are people literally struggling to survive right now. Elderly people in my district to been without power going on 36 hours. State. Rep. Jeff Leech of plane Calls the prolonged outages unacceptable. No one should accept this. This shouldn't be okay for anyone. Governor Rabbit now calling on legislators to investigate air con to insure a similar situation never happens again. Plate. Nevil, WB AP News Fort Worth is operating several warming centers, including Worth Heights and Diamond Hill Rec Center in Dallas. A Kay Bailey Hutchison convention center, is operating as a warming center. Irving has set up a similar center at Northwest Park Rec Center. Mercat expects to restore power to some Texans throughout the day today due to additional wind and solar output. But Carrie done with encore, warning, the situation can quickly change with more frigid weather on the way over night. We know that's not what our customers wanted here. We know this has been very hard. It's freezing outside. We don't want them to be stuck at home in the cold like this, but ultimately we're doing everything we can to protect the integrity of the grid and make sure this doesn't come into a cascading blackout or anything of more disastrous proportions. Controlled outages are expected to continue. For the week and the frigid weather, ice and snow that's plagued parts of the south, including Texas. Simply being called a nightmare. Over four million people are without power across Texas, including over one million in Houston, where police say two people in one child died from carbon monoxide police named after a car was used to generate power for heat. These people are in Dallas came back on for a little bit, and then in five, it's gone permanently way. Just bundled up and buy time. Everyone got up this morning. I was like the power that stayed in bed as temperatures across Texas dipped into the single digits, Silver Knight and where 2 to 6 inches of snow and ice are expected through Thursday, with hundreds of roads across the state deemed too dangerous for travel. Jeff Bowman. Also Fox News. Texas BUSINESS Real time numbers on Wall Street, The Dow up 68 points. NASDAQ Down 38 the SNP 500 up by a fraction again a winter storm warning in effect overnight and overnight low of 19 degrees. Currently, it is 18 at DFW Airport. This news also brought to you by the law offices of nickname. If The WB AP News Desk. I'm Eric Bushman your next update at 3 30 24 7 coverage of WB ap dot com. This'll is.
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins Issues Disaster Declaration Due To Extreme Cold, Snow And Ice
"SALIS County Judge Clay Jenkins has declared an emergency for Dallas County has power outages have left the lot of people in the cold, Jenkins says. The outages of cons to challenge when it comes to opening shelters to keep people warm. We're dealing with a cast dating set of problems here. For instance, the rec centers the libraries that we could normally open in the areas where people are cold are without power. The city of Dallas has opened an emergency warming center at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center. It's located it 6 50 South Griffin Street downtown. The warming center is in Exhibit Hall, a
"rec center" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"T m instant email Phillip! Phil Valentine calm Follow us on me weak. Me. We Ads. No Valentine. I want to ask you a question. And this is just a hypothetical because I'm not going to run. But if I were to run for governor Under the platform of doing away with the property tax. You think I might get elected? You know how I'm gonna you? You think so? Johnny? Yes. All right. We'll see cause I have to pay this thing every years. Everybody else than most. You folks ripping in your mortgage, so you don't know It's just part of your mortgage payment. But mine is not part of my mortgage payment, so At the end of February. I gotta cough up, you know thousands of dollars for property tax. And it just goals me every time I have to do it, so you don't pay your fair share Fair share. Here's the deal. We just If you buy a car, right? Have you ever done this? You go get your license plate on. Do you see on the bill of sale? You see that You paid a sales tax on that car. Now some states will come back to you and make you pay a property tax on that car every year. Which I think is reprehensible, But there's no difference in that and making you do it on your house. Your property or whatever. In other words, you never fully own your property. Because they can come and take it if you don't pay your property tax. And I just think that's wrong. I don't know. And I've racked my brain on this tomb. I don't know of anything else. That is taxed multiple times like this. Over and over again. Over and over and over again. And if the taxes high enough like it isn't some of these states? I mean, in a few years you paid as much in taxes is the property's worth. And they keep coming back for more every year. Well, how do you expect us to fund the schools and other that? Why did you have to find a better way? I think it's a horrible tags. Think it z Utah met regressive. Good grief. Now. I was looking at the Constitution today to see if there's anything in the Constitution even talks about I mean, they don't talk about taxes much anyway. But it's apparently not unconstitutional. But it is certainly to me immoral. That you go back every year on a man or a woman's property. And you tax them again. They didn't buy it again. You're just gonna be coming back this year, coming back for more, and we're gonna up. But this time we're gonna take a property tax again. I'm going with the hell man I bought this years ago. I paid the tax on what? I bought it. Why am I gonna pay every year on this property? That means you don't own it means they own it. And then taking any time they want to as long as you don't pay your property take long as you as long as you render under Caesar. You render unto Caesar your property tax and you get to keep your property. Thank you so much. You're so kind. I think it's it. I think it's a travesty and an injustice and I don't know whether I'm the only one out there. Who's upset about property tax, but I think it needs to be outlawed in the state of Tennessee. And they need to be a better way to raise money. And here's something else, too. Some of these municipalities going well, how we gonna make it with? You're going to stop spending so much flipping money. And you? I've seen it around where you know where I live in Brentwood. I mean, it's you know, by and large, it's it's run pretty well. But you're Williamson County spends money on all sorts of crap. They don't need to spend money on. I'll tell you this. This would write me there. I have some of you folks, I'm gonna step on some toes. They built the Williamson County Rec Center on Concord Road. And you know what they built it. Right across the street from the Y M. C. A They already had one. We'll fill. It didn't have tennis courts and stuff and What? I don't go play tennis at the rec center, but I had to pay for the thing. Why didn't this is? What again? You know the Valentine doctor, don't you? Oh, you don't haven't said in a while. The government is there to do? Only with the private sector won't can't or shouldn't do. In the case of building some tennis courts. The private sector will build tennis courts. If there is a need for have enough people want tennis courts, plus the Y over Maryland farms has tennis courts already? So Williamson County came in. This has been many years ago, and they build a rec center. With all sorts of, you know, good stuff. This it's beautiful and all that. But it Z. Not something that the private sector wasn't already doing with Y M C. A and other places and Gold's gym and all these other places that pop up Planet fitness. There. Plenty of places to do this with government fell. We need a big rec center. And so they you know what happened. They had too much money. What we're gonna do with all this money. How about you lower the property Tax Foon? How about you eliminate the property tax? So I know it's going to have to come from somewhere and I'm trying to figure out where that would be. Phil, would you be willing to pay more of a sales tax? I don't know. It depends on how much more Yeah, I think so is long as I'm just being taxed one time when I buy a fricking low for brand what you gonna come to my house, And every time I make a sandwich, you're gonna tax me again. This is ridiculous. And nobody ever says anything about it..
"rec center" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Tomorrow in downtown L. A Steve Gregory can defy noon l A has built some tiny houses to solve a huge problem. I think this is a brilliant way. Tioga people inside quickly hope of the Valley Chief program officer Lori Kraft says this village of 39 tiny houses adjacent to the north. Hollywood rec center is capable of housing 75 people, and it was done cheaper and quicker than other housing projects in the city. This project was about 3.5 months once they broke ground the chance to 64 square feet. Each home has an air conditioning heating unit. Wired for electrical and priority is going to people living in the neighborhood, especially in underpasses in north Hollywood, Chris and Carl. Okay, if I knew, scientists say the smoky air after a fire might have some stowaways, the smoke wafting through the air weeks after fires, maybe lifting microbes. Like fun Guy from the ground to an article published in Science, says the fire lines cut by firefighters to contain the fires. Dig up a lot of dust that with the ground burned by the fires mixes into the air. Countless living microbes may be in the smoke that eventually enters our lungs and lands on our skin. Cal Fire reports. There were nearly 10,000 fires in California last year and more than four million acres burned. Rob Newton care Fine News and Republican congressman who has been outspoken against former President Trump has started a new political action committee Adam Kinzinger says the pack will put country first and fight back against the politics of personality and extremism. Hope has given way to fear outrage has replaced opportunity and worst of all. Are deep convictions are ignored. They've been replaced by poisonous conspiracies.
"rec center" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"County, including the newest sides of the Sam Johnson Rec Center in Plano and decide to be determined in Frisco. President Joe Biden met today with Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen to talk over 19 relief, the president warning the pandemic will get worse without more relief notion. Here is way we have to act now. Is. There is no time for any delay, and so we could end up with four million fewer jobs this year, according to Moody's Wall Street firm, But it could take a year longer. They turn to full employment if we don't act and don't act now, the administration is working with both Democrats and Republicans to try and find common ground stock trading at Robin Hood is coming under tremendous pressure from users and lawmakers after a run on a number of stocks trading platform Robin Hood taking heat from lawmakers, who are opening a probe into all the volatility this week surrounding a handful of stocks. Including Gamestop and also from angry investors, at least to have filed lawsuits. One in New York claims Robin Hood purposefully willingly and knowingly restricted certain securities transactions. The second suit in Illinois alleges it manipulated its platform. Robin Hood said it was simply complying with brokerage firm requirements, such as SEC obligations overnight. It raised over a billion dollars to allow limited trading to resume, Lillian Whoa, Fox. The Texas was this real time numbers on Wall Street. The Dow down 659 points NASDAQ Down to 96 the SNP 500 off by 76 again the high Today 60. It is 57 degrees. His news also brought to you by Mr Electric From the W B A B News desk. America Bushman Your Next update at 12 30 24 7 coverage. Wb ap dot com.
"rec center" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Over Florida International win it by 13, laying nine. 1 57 to total game stays under Florida Atlantic and overtime. Bad beat if you had Charlotte because you are, plus a point and a half, and they're one in the whole game. Then it goes into O t in Florida Atlantic Beats him by 13 66 53. Can you imagine that? Imagine if you had the over you get the extra five minutes. You still Falling and a half points short of the total. Cal Poly Pomona and Keller of Honest said Irvan would cover last night. They did, they wouldn't buy 19 laying 16 game stays under the total. Santa Barbara embarrasses Northridge 105 to 58 hours. Serious minus 9.5 minutes bad loss for the Matadors at the matter Dome. Bakersfield Surprises You see Riverside at the Student rec center. Highlanders were minus four and it's the road runners who played pretty good ball their first year here in the Big West, 47 45 they get the W there 81 68 you have Lafayette beat Arkansas State by 13 laying 9.5 get the cover game goes Over the tone of 1 48.5. You may have pushed if you played 1 49 got to the dance. A little latest check would say. Roadrunners a Texas San Antonio beat the Golden Eagles of Southern Miss 72 64 length 5.5 You get two covered by the hook came stays under the told 89 69 U C San Diego beat U. C. Davis by 20. And I told it was 1 44 game sales over Davis was the favorite. So U C San Diego wins it by 20 Big dog there. Georgia Southern 84 75 win as a dog so they get the win their game sales over the totals they win in Mobile, Alabama, beat South Alabama 84 75 83 67, Cal State Fullerton. Takes out. Hawaii has 3.5 Point dogs game goes over the total Wyoming beats Nevada started play Pretty good ball, The pokes are they did it in Laramie. There were 3.5 Point dogs They wanted by seven game stays under the total Western Illinois. They get the cover, but they don't get the wind South Dakota The Coyotes get the win by five, but they were laying seven game stays under the total. It was North Dakota State and Denver. Remember, right? I couldn't remember who not to go to state was playing, they played pioneers endeavor. 70 to 58 the final there, but Denver does get to cover their 64 53 was at Cleveland State over Wisconsin Milwaukee Square game stays under the total. UTEP wins by eight over law attack. Catching a point half the miners were 1 36.5 was the total and that game sales over Grand Canyon gets past Dixie State. I almost played Dixie State because at home up in Utah is going to take a shot. They were, plus 12.5, the only lose by three against the antelopes of Grand Canyon. 77 74 game sales over the total and San Diego State just demolishes Air Force 98 to 61. And they were laying 12.5 or 13.5. I'm sorry, and the total 1 25 game sales over San Diego State 98 to 61 Sacred Heart was my game this afternoon 82 to 70 over ST Francis, Central Connecticut State, Shapiro's alma mater gets a win over Mount Saint Mary's Alert. The media 65 64. The total was 1 30. I hope Shapp. He played it over it. Hit 1 29 now just kidding, Shabby I He had its more alma mater parlayed with the over. That would be his luck fall of points short on the total. Merrimack comes back Beats Fairleigh Dickinson, 76 71 67 62 billion mine over Stetson and last score. 79 69, Florida Gulf Coast surprises Lipson. And 1 30 a half that game. It's 1 48 to that game, too. Goes over on the ice. 43 Washington and a shootout be Buffalo 43. Pittsburgh over the Rangers in a shootout. Toronto doubled up on Edmondson at home for two to Minnesota Skates past Chanos. A 4 to 1. Same 41 win Score. Forks, fifth Chicago. The Blackhawks beat the Red wins. Chris would not happy there. How about Dallas? First game of the season? Because the stars have uncovered problems? Looks like a football score. Seven. Nothing. Dallas shuts out Nashville. You kidding me? Minus 1 18. Arizona gave you that score over Vegas, 5 to 2 and right now to to to Colorado in Anaheim, 11 01 to go third period over there at the Honda Center. Look at the Richard Badge in Philly Toyota out of town scoreboard My good pal Brad Powers is with me at Brad Powers. Seven. Follow him on Twitter got a ton of injuries there Mr Powers and will go on to some of the college games. And I'll get all those college basketball injuries in the last five minutes of sports X radio, so you'll have to stay tuned. Also got to give it out. Louis de As a play for tomorrow. Plus 1 10, you can get on it now. Still Juliana Pina USC to 57 Juliana Pina. It's not on the pay per view card. So you got a chance right there you might get plus 1 10, you might only get +105 or even even money. But that's Louie D's play, and then Alex Bea Smith likes McGregor. Now he took him because he's a big favorite. Took McGregor to either get the knockout in the second or the third round and you can specify rounds. He's putting a half unit on both the second and the third round. If McGregor gets the knock out one of those two rounds you'll be, I think was plus 1 75. And then he also likes the fight right before the McGregor fight, which is the main event. He likes the under in the damn hooker fight under 2.5 rounds. Get on that That's against Brad Divorce. S Oh, no, I'm sorry. He's 11 of that may be parlayed with pride to Brad divorces Fight to go over, But the hooker fight to go under 2.5 rounds and then McGregor in round two or three and from Louis de Juliana.
"rec center" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Today. It is seven o'clock It's Friday. This is San Diego's morning news. Put your manager be replaced by a robo boss. We'll talk about that coming up. Live at 7 11 stimulus checks and taxes. What you need to know before filing your 2020 income tax return that the news about your money was selling at 7 25 right now. Let's get your road. See how things are going with Kevin Dean. Now we got a great driver on the county on our freeways. The westbound 70 80 94 Ted, looking just fine for the helpful San Diego haunting this traffic center. In fact, no accidents coming in from the South Bay, but a hour and 45 minutes away on increasing north. I'm a Santa Citro so plan on that once again north of the border, though, an easy drive on the five the five trouble in downtown Sherman Heights area here on surface streets, Gonna find the area around 24th and Island Avenue Sherman Heights by the Sherman I'd threats Rec center. They're closed a couple of blocks of 24th closed Island Avenue as well because sending the police are investigating a shooting in the area and they've got several blocks ConEd off and they have a lot of units on the scene here. That's in the Sherman Heights area. 24th and Island Avenue Co. Goes next real time Traffic update at 7 10 time Now to check in with 10 news meteorologist Megan Perry. Hey, Megan. Hey, guys cooler today by 5 to 10 degrees, with showers increasing tonight into tomorrow with much colder temperatures this weekend. Dryer Sunday with a lot more rain on Monday, the coast in the upper fifties to mid sixties in the valleys and the load mid sixties with San Diego's most accurate forecast on ABC.
"rec center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Because you'll never take back our country with weakness. You have to show strength and you have to be strong. Uh, Inexplicable, inexplicable. 617254 10 30 Triple 8929 10 30. I think he's got the message. Well, at least his statement would reflect that. He understands that his days in the White House are numbered. 13 days left, Let's go to Shane and Weymouth chain. Your first tonight at the rec center tonight, said Colin. Thanks for joining us. Shankar right ahead. Thanks so much. Um, So you know me. I get all of my opinions from the mainstream media. And, uh, I just calling because I really want to congratulate, uh, wait folk in general for adopting the peaceful rioting that the media is always talking about. That was really dumb stuff than a point. Sometimes I think that it's an absolutely The first machine. I think that's a racist statement. I think it's a dumb statement. I mean, I am white. So I am racist by nature. I can't not be racist. Even if I was. You don't have to be racist person. But you don't have to be racist. If you don't want to be shamed, Okay, But if you want to portray yourself as a racist that sure sure. That is your right doing exactly the smart thing when they go about Doing? Um, you know, large scale, peaceful writing because they get whatever no Jenny Shane, it's dripping with sarcasm on it's not helpful. Uh, And, frankly, um, it's more. It's more than okay. Let's put him in the water. Have a great night, Shane. Oh, no, Go shame. I don't think that's a helpful conversation. But that's that's how we start. 617254 10 30 Triple 8929 10 30. Next up. Is Tony in Maryland. Tony. Welcome. Next on nights I go right ahead. Amos Amos the right Welcome back. Thank you, sir. You're under resettle face. I call the light. Tony, go right ahead. Okay. I just want to say, you know, sometimes you know, you've heard people apologize. He almost wish they didn't. Hmm. That's that's kind of how I felt listening to him tonight. Um, you can't go from where you've been the past. Four years. All of a sudden, even you would just go yesterday to the day but played with somebody. I just played the sound bite from yesterday. He's telling these people he's in effect going to escort them down the street. I mean, First of all, you're the president of the United States. You understand what restrictions are placed on your movements by Secret service. Why would you even suggest that? Or play the one where he said that he loved him. You know, he was in love with him, and you know you're very proud of him and his his door to put out a statement about being very proud of the The so called Patriots. I call them punks. They're not patriots. They're punks. Um, you know, I served in the military, Mr Ray. And And the first of all. They should have never been allowed to breach. The first security perimeter, but we will go there tonight. Okay. Um, I just want to say this. I'm hoping that our country Can't get past when we will. It'll take some time. And I hope I live to see it and I'm only and I'm 58 now. I'm hoping and I'm praying that our country can get past the damage. That has been done by Donald Trump. In the past four years. It's It's amazing. You know, I left my home tonight. Um And as I'm going through what I live, I live 10 minutes from the capital. Okay? We're still under siege in the city. I've never seen so many police officers, not even for inaugural parades, and I've been to quite a few of them. Sure. There are so many police officers Surrounding the capital in and out of Washington, D C right now up and down our highways. You know, we can barely they We can barely get around. Because Tony had, Tony I I assumed that I'm not in Washington, but after what happened yesterday, I'm sure you're not condemning the presence of police and military. Good. Okay, Just what? I just wanna make sure that's all you know. Want to make sure no And one more thing, And then I'll let you go. I want you to respond home. Tony. Tony just for a second. Okay? I want to play you a sound bite from Nancy Pelosi, the House speaker today. Um, I think this was a monumental failure on behalf of a lot of governmental agencies. I guess the head of the Capitol police has resigned. Yes. He's resigned tonight, and I believe that, um well, let me play the Nancy Pelosi Sound like this is cut 102. And I want your reaction to this. She actually, I think pretty clearly here. Makes a statement and says, Hey, look, there's dissembling here. The authorities should have been prepared. They knew that there was a big mob and they should have been prepared. Play one of two. Please rub. I am calling for the resignation of the capital, the chief of the Capitol police, Mr Son and I have received notice from Mr Irving that he is will be submitting his resignation. And we said that we have the after action review, but it goes beyond the Capitol police that goes to the FBI. What was what was the shortcoming in their intelligence that they provided it goes to the Department of Defense. How long did it take for them to respond or anticipate the need for the National Guard. It goes to many other elements of the executive branch, and and I think we have to have a full review. A lot of blame to go go around. I actually agree with the house speaker on this When your reaction Tony Yeah, I agree. 100% I I was I was going to say before you played that this kind of parlays into that, Um, he lied about The National Guard yesterday at about 1 50 yesterday. Mayor Bowser had 1000 guard troops already called up. She asked for an additional 2000, bringing to 3000 and the Department of Defense. Uh, refused her requests at about 2.
2nd COVID field hospital in Massachusetts to open at UMass Lowell on Monday amid coronavirus surge
"Holiday search. Another field hospital ready to go here in Massachusetts, the rec center AU Muscles East campus. Is normally a spot for pickup basketball games. But right now it's full of hospital beds and medical equipment. Dudley Abby is the VP of hospitality and support services for Circle health. He had a bit of experience setting up a field hospital here back in the spring. We did create the pods in such a way that just more privacy this time we have curtains that they can end up closing in between. Right now. There's enough staff for 14 of the 54 beds that are currently set up, although they can surge to 77 in total, if necessary. Whatever the need may be, W and his team are ready. You put your heart and soul into taking care of patients, and you're called upon in a pandemic to do it. I mean, that's why you signed up in the first place that she were WBZ. Boston's news radio
Coronavirus Field Hospital Opens In Lowell, NW Of Boston
"To the future in the Merrimack Valley, and it comes under dire circumstances. And a warning from health officials. WBC's match here tells us Ah Field hospital is about to get busy again there. No college athletes jogging around the rec center at U Mass. Lowell, just a team of medical professionals, making sure every bet on the parquet is ready to go working collaboratively. We were able to erect a field hospital in matter of days of the Audi is the VP of hospitality for Circle health. But right now, his primary focus is here. The state's second covert field hospital. The staff is trying to make the patient experiences comfortable as I can be with plenty of room to walk around. You're in a covert environment here, so social distancing isn't something that you have to worry about. This comes during a week where public health officials fear a post holiday surge. But despite their concerns, Dudley says morale is improving. His frontline workers are finally getting vaccinated. I haven't seen in a long time. Big smiles on their face music playing and just sense of optimism that Shearer wbz, Boston's news radio
Ep 26 Excerpt: Converse > Debate
"You're on and it's simply this. If I'm forming my rebuttal while someone is addressing me, I'm not really interested in hearing what it is. They have to say and why yeah, and so the first step is off work to make sure your understanding what the other person is saying to you and why the assessment of that can come later and come a little bit down more down the road when you all are actually agreed about what it is that you're talking about. And so most difficult conversations need two steps. The first is are we understanding each other and more importantly are we understanding what's motivating us to say what we're saying our concerns are and then you move to the assessment level. Unfortunately, we always conflate those we can fly them in a way in which we try and create a debate cuz we're worried about who's right versus trying to understand one another and when you do it, when you engage on that basis alone, you almost never make progress in a conversation.
Washington, DC to Open Indoor Pools, Rec Centers Under Strict Safety Protocols
"Waiting waiting waiting to to to use use use D. D. D. C's C's C's pools pools pools or or or fitness fitness fitness center center center as as as well. well. well. You can. But first you need to get a reservation. DC. Department of Parks and Recreation will be opening fitness centers and lap pools beginning on October 13th But with new rules first, you must have a reservation, which could be booked up to seven days out. Already, thousands of reservations have been made for opening week. But there are some slots still available. A reservation means 45 minutes of swimming or workout time, and you could only book one. Today four per week. An important note is that the locker rooms and changing areas are closed. So you have to show up and leave in your swimming or workout attire and masks must be worn except when you're swimming. Michelle
Georgia voters head to the polls for special election to fill John Lewis’s seat — temporarily
"The special election to fill the late John Lewis's place in Congress. A slow but consistent number of voters coming out to the CT. Martin Rec Center on Il Killed MLK Drive this morning. The combination of a rainy day in a runoff election where the winner will only serve until January did not stop Mildred and Robert Byrd from coming out to vote to make sure that John Lewis's seat is filled. Congressman Lewis is tiring me. They need someone to feel it, so it was important for us to choose someone. Birds are also planning to head back out in a couple weeks to cast their ballots for the November 3rd election as well at the SETI Martin Recreation Center. Michelle right, 95.5 ws in depth coverage of
Washington DC Will Reopen Recreation Centers, Indoor Pools This Fall
"Schools as well as rec centers and city pools in the coming weeks. There are some schools in the District of Columbia that already have in person learning. 13 Mohr Coming darkness with D. C public schools proud to welcome students back on our campuses as select disappear. Schools beginning this week started Blue State High School D. C. School Chancellor Dr Lewis Fair be meanwhile, 29 recreation centers across the city will reopen on October 13th. As well as fixed indoor pools. Barbara Brit W M
COVID-19 Learning Hubs
"Over affluent parents organizing private learning pods. You have found that there's actually an alternative emerging for families who don't have the means to hire private nannies or tutors. Tell us about that alternative. Yes, So I've been tracking these all over the country in New York City's Amber disco to Memphis, Tennessee, and they're sometimes called learning Hubbs or learning labs. And these air being organized by cities themselves or by school districts offer groups of students a safe place to go during the day and help with remote learning and free WiFi, which a lot of families don't have. And what's really important is they're either free thes. Cubs or very low cost and subsidised for the families that need it. So what exactly do these learning labs heir Learning hubs look like It's it's combo school, plus aftercare yet, basically so these air, you know, obviously really small groups of kids that's important for Corona virus safety. The locations are ranging from, You know, a school building A Y M C. A. A library. Some organizations are looking at the leasing space is like maybe even an empty university campus or a gym. And then, in some cases, school employees are actually working at thes helps. For example, I remember Station reporter over you has a WW Eno. She visited two of these learning hubs in New Orleans. And, she says, while child care is a really big draw. Families are also coming for the WiFi. Let's take a Listen. Dwight D. Eisenhower Charter School School leaders greet mass clad students as they make their way into the building. School normally serves more than 600 students. But today it's expecting fewer than two dozen It's because in New Orleans public schools are technically still close and learning is entirely virtual. Students that are here are attending the schools learning, huh? The cafeteria. Kids were separated into socially distance groups of nine each, quietly working away on their own device. They are loved in their signs up everywhere for the WiFi for she wants to get on to And then there are a lot of adults floating around to help and all the kids are wearing masks. Faculty are wearing masks and face shields as well. Hubs run by educators. Eisenhower principal Rolanda Green says a lot of students are here. For one thing. It literally is to get Internet access. And if you needed technology, we have it here available for you. City estimates that more than 9000 New Orleans students may not have Internet access for remote learning. It's far more kids in the local learning hubs are currently serving. Eisenhower is part of the inspired Nolan Charter Schools Network, which is funding and operating free hubs for almost 600 students. New Orleans public schools has committed to providing every student with a tablet or a laptop. But the devices aren't very helpful without an Internet connection. You can have a computer and can't utilize Google glass rooms right. That's Timlin, Sam's inspired Nola's director of community engagement. She says the hubs are an essential tool for ensuring equal access to virtual learning. She also points out that in New Orleans, a majority black school district, white Children are more likely to attend. A private school are private and parochial schools are back in session. None of our public schools are So we'll white Children are more likely to be back in the classroom. Black and brown students are mostly learning from home in many cases without reliable Internet. Spirt. Nola's hubs offer both Internet and supervision, but only one or two days a week. And even with staggered attendance, the network says it's at capacity with a wait list more than 200 students long City of New Orleans. Also operating learning hubs out of libraries and rec centers like this one in New Orleans East Just open five days a week. Seven greater as moral to Smith says she's happy to get out of her house. I just think I needed the time away from all the noise and distracted at home to come here and I quietly A peaceful Emily Wolf with the mayor's Office of Youth and Families says the city has tried to make the hubs accessible, especially for low income families and those with no Internet. There is still considerable barriers. Families are responsible for transportation and the hubs get funding from the federal government, which involves a lot of paperwork. You know, we wish we could just have him fill out a simple registration performing get signed up right away. But that made it a little bit slower. And unfortunately, you know, for some families, they see all of that. And It's just a barrier. Wolf says. Family submitted interest forms for more than 1000 students in mid August, But so far only 100 Children are registered. City has room for 500 students and is already looking to expand. While the district's youngest students have the option to return to the classroom in mid September, older students will continue with virtual learning until at least mid October. For NPR
Amid Postal Service concerns, Washington, D.C. region dramatically expands ballot drop boxes
"Montgomery County Board of Elections has settled on its election planned for November, the board to approve the use of 38 large voting centers on November 3rd in place of the 240 or so polling places it's deployed in the past. It's an effort to make their limited number of election judges stretch farther and to give voters more options than during the primary voters will Be able to go to any of the 38 centers, a mix of high schools and rec centers to cast their ballots. There will also be 11 early voting centers, which will open October 26.
Interview With Mayor John Gates On Partial Reopening
"Com by really mayor John Gates Mayor Gates welcome back to the show. Good to be with you good morning to you. I certainly appreciate your taking the time and there's a lot going on. As Greeley of course, as other cities across the state, indeed across the nation, enjoying a return to some semblance of normalcy. Tell us what that looks like. Well you're right. There is some sense normalcy the fact that where we get the restaurants back open. At least to an extent, you know pretty pretty well, said all along that the two entities that have really suffered from the Kobe closures are restaurants and churches. And the church is still are suffering, unfortunately, due to the fifty person rule, but My wife and I've been out several times since we've been able to sit down and Dine I. Guess It's the small things you appreciate because that surely has been nice. It's kind of fascinating when you think about it because we were talking about this just last week, the fact that going out to a restaurant is like. Taking a world cruise or taking a trip to the moon. Again it is a return to the small things that makes such a difference in in our lives. If there's any good, take away from all this. Maybe that's that. Makes, you appreciate the small things never did. I think I would miss. so much being able to go, sit down, have a cup of coffee with somebody or better yet a meal and while we certainly a lot of carry out. It's not the same as going to sit in a restaurant and catching up on the day and getting warm food versus the. Wolf lukewarm food when the carry out outcome, so that's where they've been great and. I were phone boxes here. Exactly, the Styrofoam box and we're starting to get things open back up the city to the degree that we can which is good. There's a slow rollout occurring today with our fixed up transit buses We're opening municipal court backup today. we've got some Other departments opening drive through or by appointment only so slowly, but surely not quite yet on the cool. The REC centers part of the problem with the pool. and. Even the REC centers is that we've got that fifty person maximum. And we talked a great wink at our city council meeting last night about specifically centennial pool and the to dilemmas. We have one is that we saw that is that at the beginning of this laid off all her stuff seasonal swig. We can obviously get some of them back. To run the pool, but our parks and REC. Director colors that we get. During Summer Day especially these that have been so warm three to four hundred kids centennial pool every day, so if we can only it fifty. That's problematic so while I understand the reason for that in an area that says large as as much square footage of centennial pool. I hope the governor loosens that fairly soon to allow us to adapt at number to a more appropriate number which folks we might be having using them so. Now. We're looking forward to. If I'm not mistaken here under this amended safer at home order, a swimming pools again allowed to reopen. Once those draft guidelines are improved. Final draft of those guidelines will be available on Thursday. Is that what you're hearing is absolutely what I'm hearing. Yeah, so. we're. We're kind of sitting at the ready waiting for some of those. Things to happen I've been A number of local pastors have reached out to me and we feel for them from the standpoint that I spoke to a pastor yesterday. WHO said you know I have eight hundred people in my congregation and I can easily socially distance and keep everybody safe by allowing four hundred in, but the current rules only allow fifty, so they're looking at some things like outside and. And they're really getting the short end right now at a time when people may be more than ever need to services of their church and their pastor, so we're. We're getting there. probably not as quite as quickly as I'd like. We are starting to make some open or Kobe. Numbers really leveled out that we're really happy about that. And what about Jay BS? Swift the meat processing plant in Greeley. What are you hearing about that up? Not very much they're not, they're not yet at full capacity of I'm hearing they've not had any deaths and knock on wood in a couple of weeks. I don't know to what degree they have employs out sick, but. It was certainly tragic. Losing the workers they did and I hope everybody's. Certainly getting better and have not heard anything to the contrary. Now back to restaurants, and again we've talked about this to a great extent, because our return to daily life and living space to lot upon our confidence level, so I'm curious as you've been eating out at restaurants. Are you seen? folks coming to restaurants and being comfortable enjoying the opportunity to just get out and dine again. I I absolutely have The restaurants that that I've been to certainly the restaurants who are following the rules doing everything right there, socially distancing their staffs. Geared up with the appropriate PP HE I. Know People personally and I've seen some commentary from others that said. There's just no way we're ready to go out right now and that that's totally fine. It's the person ought to be able to make some personal choices in life, and for those that aren't comfortable going out that's certainly a decision that they or their families should make I my family is comfortable, going out while adhering to. safety guidelines, but they've not been packed. Of course. The law would know rats that the restaurants that I've been to have certainly had decent amount of people and The restaurant tours is really doing a great job complying with. What they've been asked to comply with so very pleased at this point. What about expansion not only patio dining. Using additional space around restaurants if it indeed is available that seems to be a point of some conversation and debate. It does end up. Council fully supports. A business whether they're downtown or another parts of Greeley the opportunity to expand their turning footprint. It's a what easier for them to do. Downtown because the city owns the real estate Some of the restaurants that aren't downtown are going to have to seek permission from whoever owns the property to expand out, but that doesn't fact gives them the opportunity. To seat more, we've been working closely with the downtown restaurant tours to expand their footprint which would involve alcohol service and be able to get more customers. Be Able to make Starts get back on our feet again financially. And there's. An ordinance pending that would allow the areas on the ninth street plazas to be open container areas. Temporary so. Something I think the council doesn't WANNA do year round Norwood, the restaurant tours in the middle of winter want people to be sitting outside, but it is perhaps not an opportunity for the period from about now until Labor.
California - LA County Opens Up Temporary Shelters To House Homeless
"Well LA's creating temporary shelters for the homeless about forty are in the works mainly in city on rec centers the city will also keep winter shelters open longer they were supposed to close down this month at the end of this month at the shelter of the new ones the homeless will have beds all six feet apart food and access to showers also on site laundry
The Fed Goes All-In With New, Unlimited Bond-Buying Plan
"With the federal reserve federal reserve has now said that they are unlimited amounts of money are going into the market and the reason why is the bond market is collapsing all of the states all of these corporate bonds they're collapsing nobody wants them and if you're not buying corporate bonds you're not buying bonds in your local area well then you're not gonna have a school you're not going to have roads you know GM might have that rec center that's not able to be pay for now that's why you want to keep things essential when you do bonds for your city you want to make sure that these are the essential things and you have a rainy days nest egg which nobody has anymore well yesterday the federal reserve said that they are going to lend money to businesses hurt by the corona virus pandemic working with the federal reserve this is Mnuchin he said we'll have up to four trillion dollars of liquidity that we can use to support the economy those are broad based lending programs we can leverage leverage our equity working with the federal reserve the treasury secretary the plan is broad based to help small and large businesses it was supposed to be on the floor it was they turned it down but we are looking at it now again I think it noon they're going to vote again in the Senate let's see when it's you know what it's on TV and everybody's paying attention sorry I am so and a long weekend this week and small business retention loans aimed at helping companies keep their workers on the payroll now these are small business retention loans which is really really important they'll cover about half the work force according to our treasury secretary payments will include two weeks worth of cash flow and some overhead the loans will be forgiven if workers are not laid off plus the average check for a family of four will be three thousand dollars but you'll be getting soon so you know the four trillion that is that is that is being interpreted as direct aid but it's really about the big huge businesses with the business bonds and the state bonds that's not direct help to you the three thousand dollars is and they said if this lasts more than the two weeks we're going to have to come back and re evaluate again in a couple of
Attorneys claim evidence can clear 'Full House' actress Lori Loughlin in college admissions scandal
"As full house star Lori Laughlin and her husband get closer to a trial in the college admissions cheating scandal there's a new twist in the case that could be good news for that couple actress Lori Loughlin and her husband say new evidence proves they're innocent of bribery charges they claim prosecutors just released written notes from admitted ringleader rec center their attorney says those notes show they believe their half million dollar payments were legitimate donations not bribes the Boston judge is expected to set a trial date but the defence once the hearing the lateness KCBS TV reporter my at
Cities set up shelters to protect residents from wildfire smoke
"Wildfire. Smoke can travel hundreds of miles beyond the flames and breathing. It is dangerous particularly for people with heart. Conditions or lung. Diseases does asthma. So it's important for vulnerable people. Avoid SMOKY AIR. But sometimes that's easier said than done because smoke particles can seep indoors especially in leaky houses without air conditioning. When fire causes a lot of smoke after a couple of days often indoor air quality is not much better than the outdoor air quality that Sally Mcgee a consultant who works with the British Columbia Center for Disease Control. She says some cities and towns are setting up so called clean air shelters like a REC center or an arena or school or something like that community spaces that are available for people to go to and have some respite from smokey conditions. For example Seattle has announced a plan to equip five buildings including community centers and event spaces with strong air filtration systems as the climate changes intense. Wildfires are growing more common. So gay says it's important to educate people about the health impacts of wildfire smoke and find ways to protect them.
Between President Trump's Border Wall And The Rio Grande Lies A 'No Man's Land'
"President trump is moving ahead with his border wall yesterday. He signaled that he wants to divert three point eight billion dollars from the Pentagon's budget and set it. Aside for border wall construction that is on top of the eleven billion dollars already planned but down on the border of the project is wreaking havoc for landowners in Texas. It's being built right. Through the middle of many properties leaving thousands of acres in a kind of no man's land between the barriers and the Rio Grande and John Burnett reports this overgrown thorn scrub is the Nether world between the United States and Mexico to the north border fence to the south the muddy meandering Rio Grande. This was Fort Brown Memorial Golf Course on the side of the historic fortification. That gave the city. Its name but with the US government. I started building border. Barriers under President George W. Bush. The entire eighteen hole course ended up on the south side of the fence. Golfers didn't like having to drive through a gate and being walled off from the rest of the city. This spit of land suddenly felt unsafe. None of us come over here. You don't feel protected in any part of the land is south of the wall. Who'll yet Garcia is former president of the University of Texas Brownsville which used to operate the skull course but when the golfers stopped coming it went bankrupt today the clubhouse shuttered and the wants manicured Greens have returned to nature. What used to be a very active place very friendly place for students and far golf team and for Winter Texans has become a deserted sad desolate. No Man's land. President trump has pledged to build more than five hundred miles of new border. Wall out west. It runs along the straight land boundary with Mexico but in Texas that line is the curvy Rio Grande and because of flooding concerns. The Wall is often built some distance away as much as a mile north of the river. The defunct Fort Brown Memorial Golf. Course is a cautionary tale landowners fear. The Wall will effectively sever their acreage from the United States leading. It abandoned lawless and unprofitable so far fifty. Five property owners have gone to court to try to block construction to hear their concerns. I headed West on military highway. First stop is the River Bend Resort and golf club where the owners were planning a major expansion worth. Millions of dollars then came the border wall. The thirty foot wall through the middle of the property kills our project completely kills our project. Jeremy Bernard is part of the family that owns river band. Nearly seven hundred Americans and Canadians from the frigid north moved down here during the winter to enjoy. Short sleeves and Margaritas Bernard Parks his golf cart on the Levy. That overlooks the curved streets. Lined with fancy mobile homes and palm trees. This is where the proposed alignment is from Border Patrol. The problem with that is seventy percent of our property is south of the Levy that includes the REC center the pool tennis courts and fifteen of eighteen holes. All of it would be cut off by the wall. The frustrating thing Bernard says is they rarely see unauthorized immigrants and drug smugglers passing through here. His family is negotiating urgently with customs and Border Protection to move the wall slightly north. So it won't slice their property in half and yet Jeremy Bernard's politics haven't changed he remains loyal to President trump. And I've got friends that disagree with me and they say how could you vote for this man? What his wall wants to tear apart your community. The main thing I tell them look the thought that I'm going to agree. One hundred percent with somebody especially a politician is just outrageous. I just have an issue with the blanket. Let's build a wall everywhere as you continue on military highway urbanized. Brownsville gives way to fields of onions. Cotton and corn here. I find Richard Roy at his farm headquarters leaning on his pickup truck. He's this rich Delta soil all of his life I'm seventy years old and It just it's GonNa ruin my lifestyle here of been living in the country. I've never lived in town and To have that wall. There's just GonNa really disturb me but drawing Nosey can't beat Washington DC so last fall. He reluctantly SOLD THE GOVERNMENT. Aruban of land so they could erect the wall across his crop. Rose like Jeremy Bernard Richard draw supports trump and his all four increasing border security. He just doesn't want the wall in his property. I told him you know this stupid wall is going to have lights on it. It's GONNA be like being in prison while lights and everything and I said You put them lives up on me on my house. You know more. Shoot him out. Of course I have time to calm down. Joy has seen what's happened over the past decade to Riverside land that's isolated by the border wall weeds. Takeover and people are afraid to go there anymore on his farm. He's worried that bad hombres will cross the river from Mexico and threatened his farm hands. He says the wall seeds has property down by the river to Mexico. Like Tola Board. Joe I said look you know goodwill how you build a wall. All agents will done trolling up and down the law. They're never going to go on down to the river anymore. He yield back into the Rio. Grande is the first line of Defense Baloney. You just wait a few years. I shared these misgivings with C. Bp a spokesman responded the Border Patrol will continue to operate on both sides of the barrier to include the riverine environment further. They'll install electric gates with security codes to give landowners access to the south side of the wall. My Westward John. Across the valley terminates at the rustic campground of the Cavazos family. Fred is seventy and in a wheelchair. They were race here. My Dad taught me how to fish. Here OUTTA. Get a shovel and dig worms. He says they run a few cows but the main income is from tenants who built weekend shanties along the water's edge. A lot of time on boats a lot of own jet skis so they come down with us and sausages Saturdays and Sundays and barbecue. It's a hundred four and five so they feel great where you're out there jet skiing. The government wants to put the wall and a wide patrol zone. Along the north end of their property. Cavazos worries it will drive away. His tenants who may not want to be walled off from the rest of Texas like many large families down here the Cavazos clan is split someone to accept what they think is a generous offer from the government. Nearly four hundred thousand dollars for SIX ACRES BUT COUSIN. Ray who seventy-five wonders what happens? If one day they put the land up for sale. The problem is the devaluation of the property. Nobody wants to buy property. That's on the Riverside of the wall. So this is what the fight is going to be about ray. Infrared are fighting the government in federal court. They want to drag it out until election day hoping that the Democrat wins the White House and halts the border wall