15 Burst results for "Red Bend"

"red bend" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:50 min | 5 months ago

"red bend" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Joy of life. Dreams of seeing the world. His mother, Alison Crowder, was on the stage. Her husband started. The Wells crowd Their trust, which gives out scholarships and also the Red bandana project, which provides curriculum and training and leadership, Alison travels the country speaking to adults and kids about choosing to be a hero. She's with us now. And Alison, How are you this week? Well, I'm fine. Thank you. Over the years, you know you develop a kind of a strength to face. You know, it's not just the anniversaries every day. But you just kind of focus on good that you can try to make come into the world. Yeah, You know, everyone's different. We've spoken to survivors who just can't talk at all this week on wondering if it's the fact that you and your late husband Jeff, who we're so sorry, passed away two years ago from cancer. Yes. Yeah, We remember him at the one of the readings of the names at the World Trade Center. He'd blow a kiss to the sky as he read your son's name, but I'm wondering if it helps both of you. When you realized that your son was a hero, he was the man in the red bandana. Yes, it helped us very much. I mean, one of my greatest torments was that he would have been trapped and suffering, like so many people were and that would have been like the ultimate torture for wells. So when we found out that he was actually free to make his final decisions about how he was going to behave at the attacks, that was a huge relief. By reading the articles in The New York Times being the reference system in red bandana. I knew right away that that was well said I finally found him. I think I read a quote I found you, Um, and tell us that story. How he came to have a red bandana. Your late husband was a member of the local empire Hook and Ladder Company number one. You're there in Upper Nyack, New York Wells When he was seven. He would understand. I understand you go with Jeff. Your husband, too. Clean fire trucks by 16. He became a junior member. He eventually had full firefighters status that was pulling him as well. Well, Wells was full of adventure always was kind of leaping from the highest places, but he was also kind of like a guardian angel. He had two younger sisters, and he always was looking out for them. And me, too. I guess he felt I needed a little. Protection. So was he What? Five he actually saved. His sister pulled her back from a road. Yes, that's right. Yes, honored. Suddenly she jumped up and she was three ran out the door in between two cars. Wells just jumped up, went right after and grab through folder back, but take us back to when he He wanted a pocket scarf. How did he get the bandanna? We dressed for church back in those days. Well, sad, a little jacket. And he asked one morning my husband, he said. Daddy, can I have a white handkerchief like you wear in your breast pocket? And my husband said Sure, well, so he went in and grabbed one of his handkerchiefs and also happen to grab a red bandana. And he walked back, folded up the hanky and put it in well sells best pocket, padded it and said no Wells. This white handkerchief, that's for sure. Here's a bandana. That's for blow for messy jobs to blow your nose. Keep that in your back pocket, and so He did forever after he It was like a connection. I think to his father. And there was another story. Um, he had us read. Bandana on his folded up on his desk and a woman that worked in his office at Sandler O'Neill came up to Monday and said, Well, what is it with that red bandana and whilst picked up the Red Bend down and turned around and held it up and said With this red bandanna. I'm going to change the world. Yeah. Well, let's talk about that. He went to Boston College, then took a job as you say, as an equities trader for the firm, Sandler O'Neill in one of the towers. When you say he's changing the world, he changed. Certainly the lives of So many people. It's Also. So, um Irian, maybe in a You know, a lovely way out. You tell me, but I understand the last week and you saw him. He'd come to see you guys and he was very quiet. And you asked if he was okay. What did he say? Is he looked at me and he said to me, Mom, I don't know what it is, but I know this much I know. I meant to be part of something really, really big. He had a sense of something coming. Yeah. And actually, I had a premonition that began the night before 9 11 that I was going to die today and other 9 11 families talk about this. How there were census. Of impending doom. It really open the spiritual gate for me to give me strength and To know that God was worst in some way, and that's why I just keep on Going out and speaking with people and speaking to Children and teaching them that they don't have to do what? Well, you know the extreme of what Wells did, but there's so many ways to bring good into the world and care for other people. Um, this is very tender. And I asked you before we began talking formally today if I could mention this, and you said that it's okay to go back to that day, September 11th 2000 and 18 46 in the morning. American Airlines flight. 11 flew into the North tower Wells was in the South tower, and I asked permission again. Is it okay if we hear a phone message that he left.

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"red bend" Discussed on Barstool Pick Em

Barstool Pick Em

05:39 min | 5 months ago

"red bend" Discussed on Barstool Pick Em

"They're the better team. They're going to win. Ruckers kicker all time fucking new jersey name. What is his name. Someone find it for me. Please line that's talk rutgers kicker. I know we're live in tennessee tennessee's an underachiever every year feels like ninety eight feels like ninety eight vowel ambrosio fucking lago attack minus three. And a half. This does not line up with the metrics doozy's one in six on the road against power five opponents but he is nine and eight against the spread has away favorite. Pick it a quarterback strong defense. Good running back. I think just to programs like in different areas. Pit a mediocre. Acc team. but that's what you expect tennessee. How many times feels like ninety eight. Feels like their back. They're back no thanks. I'll take it even as a road favorite. Nc state minus two and a half. I loved evan. God damn it we have all loved devin leary. A rat line. I'm worried about a little bit but it could be an overreaction of how bad mississippi state look last week. But i do love this kid. Come back after the injury. Nc state looked great with him. Last year i love nc state. I'm gonna take arkansas state. plus five. They went they started. James blackman from florida state. And that's what that kid landed. They switched over to this kid lane hatcher. He had a great game. I two toss up game. Just gonna take the points ally arkansas state. I do think they give a chance to win. Cal plus eleven against tcu. Justin wilcox eighteen against the spread as a road. Dogg patterson twenty twenty seven and visa poll against spray alzheimer's. She's against the spread as a home. Favourite cal after a tough loss last week nevada. Who's very good. I like cal. Plus eleven i think. Usc minus seventeen and a half. And the first half i've ever it is stanford fucking exposed by team who threw the ball fourteen times last week in kansas state. I love candidate. They ran over them. Imagine what slow this is gonna do. He's a heisman candidate. Usc is is right there in. And i have it as well yeah. It's only seventeen. Yes even better. What's the first half. I don't know it's whatever it is we'll nine that's a guess. Yeah we'll clarify that but That's where i'm at and clean that up. I'll give you. I'll give you the my last pick right before the lock because it gives it away. Obviously okay all right my card. I like boise state at home minus twenty six against you tap and the fifty six. I think there's going to be a classic blue turf game. Boise played pretty tough as an underdog. Ucf loss thirty six thirty one. I think they win. This game by a ton I like oklahoma state minus thirteen at home against tulsa their oklahoma state's just gundy's got them on a pretty regular schedule being awful loss last week to The i'm with rico on this i like pitt Given three and a half at tennessee we already did oregon ohio state. I took oregon in the over could pick. I like I i love this pick and it would potentially be. My mortal lock is my original. If it wasn't virginia but middle tennessee plus twenty against virginia tech. I love i love down. I think virginia tech is coming off that win. Everyone's buying their kuwait. Also like fifty four over middle tennessee's pretty good thing militancy could win that game and i liked it also. I'll give a quick shout to kelly in vegas when i'm paying attention to because kind of what she's got me on this vibe thinking thing but she was all over la annoy being oh illinois that wind forget about it. I bet that game. I didn't add a card. I wish i did but they lost at. Utsa straight up. I took that I like the over in toledo notre dame fifty five good pick Colorado i like the over fifty and a half there I was eight. I took already plus the points Houston rice rice at home plus eight. They played like basically it straight up with arkansas. The entire game in houston high on. Houston they look like dog shit. Yeah well that's why. I like right big and then i don't know what the fuck avin rice here I like arkansas. I've already given at home. Plus six and a half in texas. I like the over fifty six and a half this game now. I'm starting to think as a wild trap. But i you know i'm taking off the board had. Nc state at mrs is of taking it off. I'm taking that i don't trust. Nc state on the road. north texas. As you i like smu minus twenty. Two and i like the over in that game as well. I think it's seventy three's at the over north texas. Put up a ton of points last week against somebody really bad washington michigan. I gave out michigan. But i don't love it San diego state at arizona. I think arizona win this game. I like the coach is two and a half arizona. The patriots ex patriots guy Umass we gave the red bend. Nbc modest points ruckers is two and a half syracuse amman. Yano amont yano In there's the card. I'll give them more. Which ones my mortal after. Okay my car. I have twenty eight picks. I believe I will washington plus six and a half south alabama minus fifteen iowa plus five and the under forty six utah minus seven. I have the notre dame toledo over fifty four and a half also notre dame sixteen and a half miles sixteen and a half. I know that's probably a letdown spot. But i also think toledo a little bit of a fraudulent win last week. Usc seventeen nc state minus two. And a half i'm by. I'm eating the cheese there. Kentucky missouri over fifty six wisconsin minus twenty five and a half. I don't think he's michigan. We'll get a pass half field. Coastal carolina minus twenty five. And a half. I love that pick. I love that pick if anyone tries to steal that pick for me..

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"red bend" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

Fancy Free Podcast

08:01 min | 7 months ago

"red bend" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

"With the same guy so he knew he was. Yeah small world. Our second date story comes from. Sean mcintyre and shantallow episode is so much fun. She tells us about her snafus. While learning to become a road cyclist in training for a triathlon santana's episode is episode. Ninety nine and again link on the show notes for you as i mentioned. I didn't know that i was cute until college. Because number one. I went to a predominantly white high school and at the time white men really were asking black women and so i didn't even have any dates. Dances prom or anything. So you guys listeners. If you haven't seen sunday you need to look her up right now because she is stunning. My jaw is just a gape. Had i literally had no idea. But when i got to college all of a sudden guys wanted to take me on tours of the campus and i was just thinking man. Everyone is so nice here like i didn't know helpful. I was like this is so great. I pick the right school. Everyone is so kind and then it wasn't until about two months and i was cute also. My mom had always experienced. We never going on dates or doing anything. And so i don't know what she thought but she had come to fresno to help me open a banking account so she could wiry money like every college kid needs you to do and a big taylor was relatively cute. He wasn't like drop dead gorgeous but he was a cute kid and so she slipped him my phone number while she opened the bank account and was so mortified. I don't need your help right. I don't need your help. He was shorter than me. She didn't realize that standing on. Vox because you know big toes elevated chubby like my style. I've really just loved strong athletic. Men that's like my roster ma. Yes and he was not and so we go on a date and he was like eating weird where it was like drooling out of his mouth like it was joss a nightmare he was like. Oh i don't have money for this meal. And i was like neither july because i'm like you asked me out mentioned. My mom did prompt. But you estimate out. And then he's like well. There's an atm right there and he pointed to an atm. No-one would you work at the bank. How you are literally eight baker. What and i'd gone to the little eighteen was young. You bet and. I pulled out some money. And i paid for the day. Well you had to get yourself out of there that like whatever the extraction technique is just. Let's get this over with. Maybe he just probably knew you were way beyond like there is no hope but still being a gentleman. Good lord terrible terrible. Our third dating story is from lanna hogue and you guys will remember liana from episode. Ninety six she is one of my fashion industry mentors and is the consultant between chelsea shop and our factory so she is absolutely essential to what shelby shot brings you. And she's hilarious so episode. She mostly talks about nudity because she has enjoyed going to nude beaches from time to time and had a couple of really fun stories about that but this story about one of her early dates with her husband is so funny. I still sometimes spontaneously laugh about it when i think about it. So you are welcome atlanta and i are treating you to a good belly laugh on this one when i first moved to san francisco as anyone who's lived in the bay area knows rent here is really expensive so i had my room in a big shared household. Some might run was tiny and there is no horizontal surface in my bedroom to reserve for my motorcycle helmets so i would routinely. Just throw it into my laundry basket tonight. Soft place for land. So at the time i started dating man i was really trying to impress and he ended up being my husband but at the time he was my boyfriend and he would never ride with me on the back of my motorcycle. And i thought oh. He doesn't trust me so one day when he said that he had to drop his car off at the shop. And would i give them a ride back which meant he was gonna take a ride on the back of my motorcycle. I was so excited that he trusted me. I was on my motorcycle. I followed across town so you could drop off his car and then he gets on the back of my motorcycle riding on for a little bit any reaches up any touches my helmet and makes this kind of rip sound goes. What's this and i look at his hand. This is a man. I'm trying to impress. His hand has my mini pad in it. Oh no i was okay. I was thinking under winner. Mini pat is worst horrified. And especially he didn't know what it was. Nothing sticker never mind. You never mind that. I've worn it. All the way across town stuck to the side of my helmet in had it in his hand. I think strip ten years off my life so glad you didn't crash. Well okay. then you're able to say see. I'm very trustworthy because not only. Can i drive my motorcycle safely. I can do it when seventy unity me and my mini bad off of my head. I know what to do with it. I just like grabbed it out of his hand. I think too bad. Somebody didn't roll the window down a stop light and say skews me. Ma'am you have a mini pat on your head. Well san francisco minding so. There's all kinds of things you're gonna see that you don't necessarily call out to people. Well that's true. One time when scott in the girls and i were visiting san francisco for a medical conference. We were walking in the marina district and all of a sudden a bunch of bicycles. Start coming towards us on the street. And i realized too late to really do anything. Although we aren't shameful family so my kids have seen both of us knew multiple times. It's not a big deal. We never worry that much about it but it was just so unexpected and fascinating in the middle of the day to see all of these people have all shapes sizes genders and identities riding towards us on bicycles naked and then what was even more shocking than that was as they were writing past us. I couldn't help but turn my head and to see them from the back naked on a bicycle that very fascinating site. Her buns assery color. Lots lots and lots of hanging skin. My kids were like those people. Don't have any clothes on like they sure. Don't get together wearing helmets though. Were they being safe about it. No so what's we're and some of them. Were as far as i remember but it was about twelve years ago there are youth fellow in berkeley. Who would wear nothing. But a red bend down at all seasons and he would moves at red bandannas. So it'd be on different. Parts of his body might be on his wrist. Might be on his head and i had heard about him because i had a girlfriend who lived in berkeley. Who would tell me about him. And god rest his soul. I don't think he's around anymore by ned. Forgotten about the stories of him. And i just had my first encounter was when he was defending right next to my car at a stop light. Any had the red bandanna tied around his penis which is on his way in.

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"red bend" Discussed on Ghosts on a Train

Ghosts on a Train

08:27 min | 7 months ago

"red bend" Discussed on Ghosts on a Train

"Conduct greg. Who runs the game. I'm hannah i play indra anderson Door owner. I'm guy i play pip. Mikhael who is dealing with some shit. I will never go first dealer. I mean i always go first executive. I'm steffan. I played drinks. Who is at empty. No thought empty heartful. Oh now that a hard fall. That's a good way to describe all him booze that's true had empty heartful. Otherwise you're just died Dump that on the shirt and empty heartful. You heard you heard it here. Amy actually heard aki thanks. Anyways are line bowls have just said could just just say goodbye to miss genevieve k. The elision reporter played by our friend. Joel lean who heading off. Now you're on the region in the city of sun fall so named and famous for its large volcano that is within the lightning barrier the source of this area's warmth and probably not light But yeah the source of the series warmth for volt volcanic rock does glow. I like actually yet. What i've tried to do here about. Yes there is actually a globe on you can see. There is a right glow from around the volcano but are rape. I just lake volcanoes. Okay guys no. No i gotcha. So who departs the train I think particularly big about your kitchen. Staffer this although maybe candice Candidates as she hands. You your pay for this line. are i add. Genevieve seemed to be pretty happy on her way out and see. None of you guys are scheduled to be hollowed. So thanks a lot for whatever you did over the course of this right. Yeah i'll come. The hollow thing is really unhappy about that too. Yeah yeah you know. it's personally why i hate. The whole business of working with the ministry feels like they shouldn't be allowed to do that. Yeah the fact that that was a threat is kind of disconcerting. If you know what. I mean it is unfortunate. But by becoming line bowls you have offered your body's and service of the imperial railways and his majesty the immortal emperor and he Well let's say he has imminent domain on those late sexy yours unfortunately cool very normal extremely normal world. this is by flesh puppet andrew. Don't worry this is why. This is why i don't do a regular route. We keep moving. If we're all over the place to less chance gets to deal with these people. I want you all to know that you are on my train and take care of you thanksgiving together. Arabia will take you pay have funding son fall. We're supposed to be heading to severance next So i guess you should be excited for that. A colbourne should should be visit home. You know so Who would like to describe themselves versus the lead. The train i know pip is doing something. So maybe he'll go lasts. Okay andrel andrew. She is a young woman Extremely thirteen years older child back. You know what was probably misnomer. She's she's a little girl she should turn fourteen eventually. I say that every young girl thirteen years old from a roux via she is a copper skinned has short kind of messy dark hair. mischievous little grin Recently a someone asked me like what andrew wears. And i decided. She wears like victorian orphan boy clothing wits. like struggles. That if you wanna if you want a better description it turns out. There are lots of victorian orphan. Boy halloween costumes out there. There's something real about that. Also followed by a doorbell. Her door jimmy. Who is a. He looks like a german shepherd but he is hairless and he has was at two legs in front one in the bag because he's back in want him fry and he's got a handlebar moustache. That is only hair. He is a good boy. He chimney york yard. Yeah andrew as you're leaving the train you smell something. It smells like like forest. Which is something that you you haven't smelled much of naturally Yeah i'm not even sure. I would recognize recognize it but for listeners. It's like a forest like the woods not in a musky way also departing. The train is grandpa dressed very nicely. She's got a best on. She's got like a tie but she's getting set she sees you with a with. Jimmy was not not back a gases. Is this legally appropriate. Time to to give sleigh queen sleigh queen indeed sleigh. Jimmy johns a little. Your p- gives me little pets. Are you going somewhere. You look nice. Well i was going to miss k. While we are here that's fun. Yes i'm not gonna ask any more questions about that certainly Yeah oh but yes i. You're a good kid thank you. Yeah greta leave sir. I should start another another conspiracy known for what exactly for something all right next up tricks all right all right so drinks entre way. He is a tall several. See man with a dark skinned black hair. That's kind of currently but most of it is hidden under a large black cowboy hat. Red bend that. He's broad shouldered him on. Those shoulders is a vest over a but dunk shirt He's got a nice big belt with gold. Bucko a belt. Buckle not buck battle belt buckle you can presume the back says And yeah he's wearing some trousers and some boots he's he's got the whole cowboy gig but yes sleeves rolled up and he seems to be kind of a kind of really relaxed right now love. We're all having a very nice good time. Except for pip. Who is deeply took all of the trauma this are. You did happen about that about that. Yeah so as you're heading out drake's so a ways away There it seems. There's like a checkpoint outside the train station translation disease norway checkpoint going on You see the the reuven peacekeepers wearing leather armor with like falcons that are occasionally either like paying somewhere like like on them or like flying back with them working with imperial military and. It doesn't look like they're hassling anybody too much but they're just sort of talking to everybody coming coming.

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"red bend" Discussed on Reel Chronicles

Reel Chronicles

08:08 min | 9 months ago

"red bend" Discussed on Reel Chronicles

"So yes any who Next up originally chemists wanted quentin tarantino to appear in the movie as himself as the director of blunt man and chronic our. They told my sense which this would not have age to movie very well at all. Harvey weinstein was also set to appear in a cameo lyman with the amount of sexual harassment in this movie. I we've been like you say the aura of weinstein is obviously so i feel like it still would have gone okay seriously so we got the movie that we got but the original plot involved. Jane salam bob trying to save the quick stop ryan. What do you think would would. You have liked that more now like what we got hurry. brody's comic bookstore. Brody secret stash is obviously altered version of james. I'm about secret stash. The reason i bring this up is because the store featured in the film was actually the location in california not new jersey and it closed them into thousands. The only a secret stash left is one in red bent today. How many were were there. Only those two again at maximum. I think there were three. Yeah i think there were two new jersey in one in One in california holding summary of silent boss feelings towards jay were improvised by ben. Affleck on set so silent. Bob's nodding was kevin smith genuine reaction and approve for possible thought tracking bob to bed. That was so good. I know this hapless of a vision. The blood cave was designed by a show from the nineteen sixties. As anyone care to guess what show that is. No no no no no no no oh i forgot to point out that i'm sitting here with my james alibaba. T shirt using my nails zippo by the way i wanted to point that out for the listeners. Nice design elements called for an atomic pile. And all the councils racks were extremely oversized signs. Indicating function of the item op. This one's for leo. Because he is on west wing bench. Allison janney was originally considered to play the none issue. But she she couldn't do it because she was filming the west wing. So carrie fisher was brought in instead. What was how woman's janney known for at this time. Nothing nothing that i remember. Well then we got. The west wing is what exploded. she's carly fischer was an upgrade. All righty the names of the security guards at miramax are all references to comic book characters including gordon. Any guesses who that's based off again then. An-and shaw any guesses who that's based off of I mean i know. I'm gonna. I'm gonna have to use your. Yeah i'm going to have to use u. n. and ryan on this the sebastian in sonoma Members of gas excellent. that's excellent. Yeah okay this abashov kevin bacon character in first-class gajah dov. Yes stupid. me at bring there and eakins yes. Unfamiliar famiglia. He was the gotham city. Commissioner before commissioner got one of the gaza city commissioners before commissioner gordon within year. One with the commissioner told her no i that up pro kevin just pulling out his like fan boy cock and he's like heating fan boy fan. Boy you wanna you wanna comic book cock use. The men dingo and you would think you would have done marvel because i think this is fresh off of his Daredevil daredevil run yeah daredevil little mother you watch yes. I had never noticed it before until i watched it this time around. You would mean either. I literally like we've seen this movie so many times. I heard i've never seen this daredevil versus the hand by outside the last couple of more. The cash suits the ju- the castle where during the heist inspired by the outfits worn by black widow in black cat in their respective marvel comic books. I mentioned the film originally received an nc seventeen. Numerous had to be. Cut down including footage of george carlin and jane sal and bob arrive at a hollywood so i wonder what that scene included ryan do you know. Actually there was no Addition really to george carlin's seen so i don't even know what that was about. But now i'm interested number seventeen. Jennifer schwab attack is kevin misfield life. Wife her film debut she also is in clerks to let me briefly in Yeah da so number. Nineteen last david company originally called kevin smith and told him that he wanted the role of cock knocker smith gave him the role but unfortunately when it was time to start shooting the company was already filming evolution and then they brought in mark hamill. What the hell is evolution on you. You don't you don't wanna see that it's a really bad two thousand one movie And finally number twenty. Charlie sheen was reportedly offered the role of marshall will and holly but he kinda wanted to see that but he turned it down because he couldn't couldn't get a grasp on the character. Okay with by motivation ryan. Do you have any facts. That i missed your A couple so in the one thing that we talked about earlier where the with the monkey outdoors in the back. There's like a truck. The truck was there because just in case it rained that day. They can shoot inside that truck interesting Ming china complement fame. Made putin poop poop Part of carey's contract was no layer references while working with our or in general because there was no at on And use was nervous about the kissing scene but when he goes for the boob and generals is is her is our that is for real interesting. I mean if you're if you got a chance over ten and elizabeth back then and you're read plunder man said already so that wraps up this very episode and i know ryan's very happy or chasing next year right what's chasing amy's anniversary Twenty-five think so. Yeah if i remember. Correct now that i'm done. That's that's that's his best movie. So i i you know me. I am definitely down to do all of that All right so that wraps up this week's episode. I had a great time discussing this. And we don't have anything to discuss next week when it comes to marvel so we are going to celebrate star wars day by looking at the best and worst characters in the star. Wars universe that includes. Tv that includes movies. You could even include animate animated shows. Good i don't wanna see kyle right on any worthless because you will hear my mouth. How many be doing ten and ten ten ten. I think for this'll be. I think the world is so big we get ten and ten and a nice kylo can sneak into top worst ten. Oh then we will have a good debate about that. I i was. I was discussing. This is something we can discuss for. We can continue to discussion Next week but it's a good teaser. Friend of the show. Jc posted a poll about like who had the worst arc. are the better arc can skywalker or ray and obviously people are gonna vote..

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"red bend" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

05:12 min | 10 months ago

"red bend" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"The eaten reds bending state champs sterling tigers. It'll be any now. Be on the call. Four broadcast looking forward to that one And looking forward to see what those teams have in store for us this year and then baseball. Hey it's right around the corner. We'll have a. We'll have our thirteen days. Thirteen teams for you coming up in just a bit Couple of weeks from now that we'll be ready to go with that. But yeah i'm looking forward to. The volleyball is so much fun broadcast. And i do have to give a shout out to proactive physical therapy and sports medicine They are One of the official sponsors for the For the volleyball broadcasts and eating we're going to follow eaten. Look the volleyball here. Northern colorado sodium. Good it's crazy Lot of them go to continue on to schools like cs. You and unc. I mean there are Former graduates from all over the place that play at those universities. And it's because of the high level of high school volleyball up here so any time we get a chance to highlight those great athletes. I thoroughly look forward to and we're starting that on saturday. So be ready. Be looking forward to that Also coming up tonight Couple of couple of lead matchups tonight With in the ncwa march madness. Excuse me we saw a couple of last night. Happen with With baylor advancing last night. They get a tough a tough win. You know look in oregon. State's miracle run finally fell short. I don't know what was i. Don't know what got into them. But mike goodness did it. They were just rolling. Oregon state was a great story. We'll get an all that much much more. But we've got that covered for you starting at five o'clock today Number one seeds gonzaga in michigan. going to be playing this evening Going to be searching for that. Final four berth. Nocona presented by the jeanine agencies are poll question up on our facebook page at noko now should schools be required to have some form of all online remote learning. And that's what. That's what i i'm wondering about is how people feel about this because the loss of in person learning definitely took a toll like not being there in person with everybody else that had an impact on students. But is it going to be at a long term impact or was that just because of all the other factors that were going on the fact that we were in the middle of a pandemic the that we had never done this before or is it that online learning does not doesn't pack. The same punch is going to be teachers still. There's going to be kids that for quite some time. Maybe still don't feel comfortable. You know the cdc like we talked about last week waived their magic wand and all of a sudden with everybody in their mask giving me three feet from each other really. Where was that at. Where was that at for eight or nine months but now the i think that you're getting these schools back you're starting the more club activities going. You're starting to get sports back. Some sense of normalcy back. I'd like to see what the result would be so leave us comment on our facebook page at noko now at noko now text the girl tax i nine seven zero. Four seven eight one three zero one physical therapy remember. They've got locations in eaton greeley and brighton. You can visit any of the three and they know how to get you back. I talked about a little bit but mentally coming back from an injury is huge. Learning how to have confidence in whatever area was injured whether it is. You're hip your knee. Your ankle your shoulder. Having that confidence is a big key there former athletes that work there. They know how to get that confidence back. They know how to get you back to where you were and back honestly better than you were and he won't waste your surgery doing it. It's physical therapy and sports medicine. More proactive colorado dot com nine fifty two time. We'll come back on the other side. Our number coming your way chris would. Editor publisher biz. West joins us will do as sports recap avalanche. You're damn good talk all about that much much more snow now presented by the jeanine agencies. Ah northern colorado's voice thirteen ten k. k. We'll talk to you in a minute..

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"red bend" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"red bend" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Health care workers are the top priority for the vaccines, along with the most vulnerable populations. Some health facilities in the valley are getting ready to roll out their vaccines later this week, every single movement will be important to ensure safety during the drive through distribution of the Corona virus vaccine at Dignity. Health. Where do I walk? After I give the vaccination even though I the safety needle in a covered so I have the quickest route to the Red Bend. Heather James with dignity, Health tells Katie are they've practiced foot traffic patterns Medical emergency protocol. And even what to do in case a car breaks down. The goal is to be able to administer 3600 vaccine today, Gabriel Gumming your key to our news. Arizona, turning into another coronavirus, hot spot again. 4134 new coronavirus cases and 64 new deaths reported today in Arizona. Hospital Metrics also continue to rise to dangerous levels. The Yuma ER doctor who was fired after tweeting that no hospital in Arizona was accepting transfer ICU patients join Katya, ours ghettos and Chad this afternoon, Dr. Cleavon Gillman says he does not regret sending out that tweet trying to be as informative as I have been in March and be honest about the situation on the front lines in the yard. Oprah Winfrey took notice. She's offered Dr Gilman and his family and all expense paid vacation. Once the pandemic is over. Traffic and weather now live from the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic Center through no crashes to report smooth sailing on the roads. The weather well, it's chilly tonight. 39 are expected low That's in Phoenix. If you're in southeast areas of the valley, you could freeze tonight. Tomorrow. Mostly sunny. I have 65 right now. 53 degrees in Phoenix. I'm Deborah Dale on Arizona's new station. K T. A R news inspired by state farm. Surprisingly great rates. It's so cheap. Yeah, I got a deal, let alone give it your average. Joe, like a good neighbor State farm is there Have been fed. That's a fact have been said That's a fact credit card purchases. Give me cash back for purchases. Give me cash that no one else gets. These reboard such and that.

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"red bend" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"red bend" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Care workers are among the very first to take the shot in Arizona today, Katya are speeders same or had a front row seat. To history and his live with the story. Becky ICU nurse Tim Schumacher wants to stop the coronavirus. I don't have the fear than me Kitchen. I have trust in the vaccine, and I will spread it to someone else. He has watched patients die from the virus in isolation at the Phoenix via, Schumacher says the vaccine will protect him and the community if we don't get it, and it should stop the spread, we get back to normal life again expected we'd get back to doing the things we were doing health care workers and vulnerable patients like a World war two Better and at the Via are among the first dozen people in Arizona to take the vaccine reporting live, Peter same or Katie. Our news. As for dignity, health, they're making sure every detail is right to ensure a smooth rollout for the vaccine. On Thursday, Kate ERS Gabriel Gamino continues our coronavirus team coverage with this story. All right. We'll catch Gabriel in just a moment. Let let him fill us in on that story. But in the meantime, it's 502. So we're going to check on your drive. Now. Here's Detour Dan in the Valley Chevy dealers, Traffic Center boy, all the freeway erect this afternoon, Becky Lin had been on the one on one for the most part and still are still working three separate crashes. Actually, though, two of these air one the secondary crash behind another. They're both on the stop out one of one hour free on the West side. Have Thomas. The first crash you'll see some found is now off to the right approaching Thomas. The second Rex is up ahead at Thomas, and that one is off left in the media. Now he also got a couple of another wreck on the East side on the South, found one on one team. A freeway approaching the collapse. Farthest right lane is still blocked on it. North bound Meridian closed Broadway to Apache Trail Tonight. That's where crash tried Browner, Ironwood and a couple other wrecks, ones it 51st Avenue and Elliot, another at the astray, a parkway in Van Buren. This traffic report brought to you by your valley Toyota dealer kicked the holiday season off right with a new Toyota. Visit your Valley Toyota dealer or Valley Toyota dealers. Com Today Deter Nan Kitchen is tonight Relieved for clear Skies 39 degrees right here in the Valley and colder in the outlying spots, mostly sunny on Wednesday with our high at 65 in 61, currently in Scottsdale, whether brought to you by Howard Air. 503, while nearly half of the health care workers in Arizona still aren't ready to roll up their sleeves for a covert 19 vaccine one Mayo Clinic nurse is ready to do just that. Katya years. Griselda Latino joins us Live with that story, Carly When Shit'll Lizzie registered nurse caring for Kobe 19 patients at the Mayo Clinic and Phoenix I plan on getting the vaccine. Yes, I trust in the science that has been put into it. She hopes to get that vaccine by January. She describes it as a light at the end of the tunnel, but warns it's not here quite yet. So I think vigilance is important. She encourages you to keep masking up and staying home. If you're sick, Reporting live, I'm Griselda City. No Katya on use just one day after the rollout of Fizer is coronavirus shots, the FDA says it's preliminary analysis confirms the effectiveness and safety of the vaccine developed by Moderna and the National inst. Shoots of health. A panel of outside experts is expected to recommend the formula on Thursday with the FDA approval, possibly by Friday. Now the Madonna vaccine uses the same technology ist visor and showed similarly strong protection against Kobe 19. But the Moderna vaccine does not need to be kept in the deep freeze at minus 94 F. Let's go back now to Gabriel Gamino, who's going to tell us a little bit about how dignity health is getting things ready for their role out on Thursday. Dr Beck. Yelena. Every single movement will be important to ensure safety during the drive through distribution off the corona virus. Vaccine at Dignity health come Thursday. Where do I walk after I give the vaccination even though I the safety needle in a covered, so I have the quickest route to the Red Bend. Heather James, With dignity, Hell tells key to our They've practiced everything, including foot traffic patterns, Medical emergency protocol, and even what to do in case a car breaks down. Their goal is to administer 3600 vaccines to healthcare workers each day Reporting live Gabriel Gamino, Katie our news. We have sharp rise in Arizona's coronavirus death toll Today there were 64 new deaths reported 4134. New cases also recorded And that was after more than 14,000. New diagnostic tests were processed overnight. That puts Arizona once again as a coronavirus hot spot, the CDC says. Over the past seven days, Arizona has the fourth highest daily case rate in the country where it 108 cases per 100,000 people. And only Oklahoma, Tennessee and Rhode Island had a higher rate. We don't fare as badly in the death rate over the past seven days, Arizona had 70.8 deaths per 100,000. That's the 25th highest in the country. Will Pema County is implemented a mandatory nightly curfew. The Board of Supervisors says it's due to a lack of business is complying with the voluntary curfew. County Administrator Chuck Huckleberry says they'll revisit the measure when it's about the curfew being lifted when the number of infections Fall below 100 per 100,000 curfew begins immediately starts at 10 P.m. and is lifted at 5 A.m. of the city of Tucson, implemented a similar measure at the start of the month. Katie our eyes on the economy.

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"red bend" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"red bend" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Of the top priority for the vaccines along with the most vulnerable populations, like a World War two veteran who took the vaccine earlier today at the Phoenix Via They all want to stop the spread of the coronavirus. Arizona hospitals with the vaccine will be distributed to healthcare workers are making sure every detail is right to ensure a smooth rollout. Katya ours, Gabriel Gamino joins us now lie with more on their plans. That's right back, Yelena. Every single movement will be important to ensure safety during the drive through distribution of the Corona virus vaccine at Dignity. Health. Where do I walk after I give the vaccination even though I have a safety needle in a covered, so I have the quickest route to the Red Bend. Heather James with dignity, Health tells Katie A Are they practiced? First foot traffic patterns, Medical emergency protocol and even what to do in case a car breaks down and the line starts to pile up. The goal for them is to be able to administer 3600 vaccine today. Reporting live Gabriel Gumming Your key to our news. Katie our eyes on the economy as Congress continues to negotiate on a coronavirus relief package, time and money are running out for renters trying to stay in their homes. Tens of millions of Americans, many of whom are in Arizona, will likely face eviction Valley economist Elliot Pollack says it's on Congress to come up with long term solution for both renters and landlords. The government's problem, They shut everything down and they have to figure out to cure. Certainly they spent enough money to do this. They maybe didn't spend it in the right places. Pollack says. Most landlords can't afford to finance their tenants. Long term. Congress is currently negotiating the $900 billion relief bill that includes a federal moratorium on evictions through January. Jeremy Foster, Katya our news We already have some wrecks.

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"red bend" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

Drive with Us Podcast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"red bend" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

"My commute a little shorter so I do have that time to because we're always be like we could be doing something during that time and now we can actually do something during that exactly. I like that and I'm thankful for that. But like I need the occasional views to go out still like. That'd be nice if I could do like what you do in like a couple of days be able to go out and physically work at the office or something that we great but like I don't WanNa go to work right now because it's one of the hardest areas of our state but no thank you. I also work in that area. You do but I have no choice. I have to go and so this next one is the color code. Every kid in the family had an assigned colored to help keep track of what belong to who so like my color was red. My toothbrush toothbrush was read. My towel was read. I was only allowed to drink out of the red cups and eat off the plates. My stuff was northern red bend etc. My sister's kids weren't there go now. You need all these colors. My sister's caller was yellow so all her stuff was yellow. While other family didn't do it really did help us. Keep things organized and avoid argument. There's only two of UNITA Kakuma. Those are GonNa be like four kids. You know colors or maybe it was like okay. Mom and Dad's Louise Yours. Are these like Dolphin. I thought I want to eat on the blue plate today. More kids because it's harder to keep tracking and it's like you know. I thought that was the reason for this of this. I think or you can just get all white plate and everyone's everyone gets a white plate. You have no choice. I don't know is it. Just the Indian thing where it's like where just like more strict than in the beginning whereas like listen to me like whatever I stay goes where like. We don't get to the point where we don't have already get sit. Watch out for the bill. The next one said evil pop culture. We weren't allowed to watch pokemon or star wars. I think because my mom just didn't like them. We were highly religious family and I think all of us went through a phase of believing pokemon and or star. Wars was evil based on the fact that we weren't allowed to watch it my gonNA find out about that until we are older. And she found it. Pretty Hilarious oh gosh People crazy that so I mean yeah I mean I've never watched star wars either wasn't restricted from to with like what we want on the Ri- those very cool I do not. Oh how cool ever like saying all these things like these names like and the person we are with was super into it. Her Dad and I was like I don't know and they're like oh the basis at this place. They mentioned on like if they asked me. I don't even know what you just said like. Were you speaking English because definitely you were not? I don't like and I was like. Are they actually going to be like asking something? Well if you do I honestly will be like. I don't know idea what they just said. I've never seen star wars. I'm this here because this is supposed to be a cool ride and it's new and fancy and the button fast enough so yeah thank you bye first visit. Yeah but it was really cool for its own news. Never seen it. The millennial Millennium Falcon the one that we were going on. I saw like a virtual video of it and it seems really close. If we did not look like it would have been fun to. Yeah but like Dat was a newer one dying star wars. I WANNA go for the new thing and it was A. It was like a cool riot looking things they're lying. Oh my God I couldn't figure out like the Lions for some things on so long. I couldn't figure what they were for. Because the end of the line was practically out of the section of what the line was four so? I was like all right this thing apart from this thing. Nope the photo pass person. Are you for that? Nope this thing like well. We also the day we went to Hollywood studios was president's Day weekend so everyone was exactly but there wasn't there not as much to do in Hollywood in terms of rights are like only exactly mount rice so I feel like we hit the big one. We really really wanted to do so. It wasn't bad so the next one is called kitchen nightmare. We couldn't go into the kitchen barefoot. It was the third generation rule. My Mom couldn't and neither could her grandfather my grandfather. He couldn't because he had dirt floors in the kitchen growing up so when he had kids even though they had will noli on the floor he couldn't shake the rule so my mom either and now my mom has rolled over to us. Wait till you hear me barefoot everywhere else in the house but if you're going into the kitchen put some shoes on. Yeah that's very complex. What the middle of summer. And you're like so hot. Hug Up with them shoes on. Maybe they'll stop you from eating. Just Benji I want shoes on. I guess I won't go get food or do. They have like a rack of shoes. Outside the kitchen into the living room. Wherever what's connected dining room like just a rack of shoes like accredited? They just have like football or something. That like you warn gin and then you come off is so crazy I mean I kind of wear slippers and stuff around the house. Just the kitchen. Yeah Yeah I don't walk around without someone like in the summer anywhere flips around the.

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"red bend" Discussed on The Tightrope with Dan Smolen

The Tightrope with Dan Smolen

12:37 min | 2 years ago

"red bend" Discussed on The Tightrope with Dan Smolen

"Give another lawyer who Who is covering your your case? The information and here. She knows what to do pretty easily without a lot of background now. I mentioned the Labor that exists. It's not that hard and expertise to become proficient in so within a relatively short time you can be an expert. So there's a lot of benefits a traffic law that I saw I could scale a business and Be Successful and profitable so I kinda used that entrepreneurial spirit that I had from my lemonade stand in the law and scaled scaled up and built a business that basically runs itself at this point. I spent a fair amount of time. Just overseeing important things but you know the bread bread and butter work of fighting the tickets and crossing information from beginning ten is handled by my staff and attorneys from nothing. You built a formidable business to rise to become one of the if not the largest traffic law practices in New York City. But let's talk about the meaning of this aspect which is as good as it is collecting business that way and generating business that way. It must feel really good to win a case for somebody somebody who is otherwise powerless to go before a court. You know with a traffic violation or something. I mean you represented cabbies. He's who you know. They were running their own businesses to. What does that feel like to help? Somebody who otherwise couldn't help themselves before the eyes of the law. That's a really astute question because in New York City. It's very hard to win. Any traffic ticket is very different from the rest of the state of New York because in New York City for one. They don't plea bargain. They don't make any deals social. Fight your ticket. You plead not guilty. Then the only thing that the court can do is give. Have you hearing date and that that hearing you either win or lose. You can't get a six point ticket reduced to a two point ticket and pay a lesser fine or the same fine. They don't care by your driving record. All they care about is. Did you commit this offence or not and if so you getting the guilty you're getting the points and then we'll determine a fine within a range so having only nothing court makes it very daunting for most motorists who who rarely get a ticket or don't go to this court rare regularly and aren't and trained in the law and then they show up and they're asked to basically represent themselves in an office in a position where they don't have cross examined and they don't know that how to ask questions shins or or look Present their case and present their evidence so we certainly feel like we're providing great service for people that I don't know what to do or even if they have a competency they might be emotional about it. They might be mad. They might be scared. There's a lot of emotions that run with getting a ticket getting being charged often most of our clients this is their first and only time with Interaction with a police officer. So there's a lot of emotions that run through it and certainly really. We provide a great service because we can the objective about it we can be And formed experience and help them through the system. And you've couple that that On the fact that the city of New York has created a system. That's very I guess pro-police is the best way to put it. There's all types of rules and make it very hard for the motorist and easy for the cops specifically for instance the officer does not have to have any discovery doesn't have to show you anything before the hearing so I'm hearing you get whatever discovery there is the documents or records and you have to analyze it and look at it on the spot and come up with your arguments without any preparation which is very different from most legal settings where you have full disclosure full discovery and another rule that exists is that the judge can ask questions that essentially help the officer so now you have. The judge is allowed to be active and advocate for the police to help the COP present his or her case and that makes it very very difficult for motorists and so we clearly feel like we're providing a great service people for all the reasons I mentioned because it is a very tough venue because They're usually emotional about it. And and if not certainly not experienced in most of our clients actually they've such confidence in those you know they don't even come to court. They're happy to let us appealed it and fight it for them so they don't have to waste their time and they trust us that the you know. We're going to do our very best to see if we can get him get him out of what is a difficult situation ratio of course one of the biggest challenges that we have is letting clients know and explaining upfront before they give us any money that it's a very difficult difficult court. It's uphill battle. There's a good chance they'll lose because the last thing we want is someone to hire us and then be disappointed because they were still found guilty which is a reasonable outcome and likely outcome for many people so a point of personal privilege. Many years ago I got jammed up in a situation which I they called you about an ad to do with a moving violation at national airport. Where suddenly the speed limit went from like fifty five down to like twenty and I got nailed I got nailed and there were extenuating circumstances? There was rain on the road and stuff like that. Anyway I I knew I was over my head and I remember calling you and you were very you said listen. I can't be in the courtroom with you. I can't represent you but what I will tell. You was be respectful. Answer only what you're asked I don't I don't freelance and kind of keep your head down and I followed it to the T.. I got whatever happened to me. Pled down and cost me a lot of money. But you know it in the end I was okay. I live to see another day. I remember there was somebody in the courtroom who had come in from like wheeling West Virginia and I guess she was going to the airport and she got nailed doing twenty over the speed limit and she got in a lot of trouble and this woman was so upset that she kept cutting the judge off. Well make the long story short. He was not having any part of it and he revoked her license and she said how much does it get home and she basically said that's your problem and so again. I I give you props. Because we mortal beings go into that courtroom totally unprepared for the experience and it sounds to me like over many many years. You've done right by your clients. Well of course if you know we we WanNa do our best and we want them to get the best result we can and most people have pride in their work doc and they and they WANNA win no one likes to lose. It's never fun to lose. And certainly we. Do you need thick skin. Because you'RE GONNA lose a lot of patients you know. It's almost like tree is in a war zone right. You do your best to save as many Much life and limb as you can but you know you're not going to so help with everyone and you just keep going onto the next one and so we do that and and if you lose well you're supposed to lose keep in mind. Most of the people that get a ticket are probably guilty. You know cops generally are not out there to just make up stuff right so when we do represents send someone we do win we Kinda beat the system for them and that's why they're so elated when we went 'cause they kinda know they were guilty. You know the kind of know that you know th they did something wrong you know and the ones that moves. They kind of know that they should have got the ticket. They should've lost so things have gone very very well for. Are you at your law firm. And you're in court one day and yet another chance encounter at the courthouse. You suddenly meet a gentleman by the name of Jeff crowder. The father of the late wills crowder. Who happened to be a hero of nine eleven? Tell us about that chance meeting so actually I met met him not adding a traffic court. Believe it or not. I met him at a C. L. E. Program so his law firm specialized in assuming he jeff. Jeff crowder is a banker and his bank specialize in helping lawyers with their accounts and so they have these cle which is continuing legal education. That lawyers in New York needs to do twenty four hours every two years. So hit this free program which I tend to I got to meet him and one thing led to another and I decided to hire his bank link to do the banking for my law firm and in sign of appreciation. Jeff invited me the lunch To like seal the deal and I had no expectations nations for the lunch other than a nice meal to get to know Jeff and his partner better and over lunch she told me the story about the sun and I was just blown away his son as you mentioned as well as crowder and he's known as the man in the Red Bandanna and specifically what I said to myself in quick succession is what. What an amazing story? Everyone needs to hear this story. I want to share the story with everyone. Now keep in mind. I never read a book on filmmaking. I never took a class and filmmaking but I had the passion to share a story and so I'd like to say that filmmakers look for stories. This was a story that found the filmmaker because I wanted to many people here this story and learn about wells and learn about his selflessness and sacrifice and courage and hopefully by hearing ring and watching wells' story it makes them better people because I know knowing about wells and thinking about him regularly makes me a better person and I got Jeffs permission and I started the six year process of researching writing and ultimately making and releasing a documentary film film about his son. Wells called man in red bend at all right. So let's talk about that. You WanNa tell the story and you've never before four even considered a pit into filmmaking. I mean you're an attorney your fulltime attorney so take us through the process that you went through to become a filmmaker you know it really was a passion to share this story and so The first thing I did once once I got permission from the family was to start researching so I started watching new segments about wells that were NBC. ABC CNN ESPN. I started pulling You know googling articles about wells and copy them and making a file and reading as much as I could about wells and from there. I started researching nine. Eleven and how wells' story fell within the much bigger disaster of that day and From there I started outlining and Coming up with a progression of you know chapters and then filling that in and and You know it was working progress. There's an interest process. It didn't happen with the first shot it took a while and then things would be moved around But Honestly League and surprisingly to me I felt really comfortable with the researching writing and storytelling. Because as an attorney for many years I had been telling stories stories in researching and writing for clients. You know for professionally. You know Even though we'd primarily traffic law I've also done a pellet work as As you heard when I was at the Court of Appeals and then even in private practice I did you know motions and litigation paperwork and So I've had a lot of experience in telling stories for clients and this was a different type of storytelling but I felt very comfortable with the research and writing. It was when we got to cameras and lighting and editing where I needed help and they needed to build a team and certainly my leadership skills. My hiring hiring ability to vet people came into play But also had to rely in large part on the experts. It's to do some of the work that needed to get done. So as the chief storyteller here briefly tell us well story.

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"red bend" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"red bend" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"What is cookie monster muppet a puppet or Amonte, the real story, here, ROY, you made it, man? Feel congratulations, ROY. Thank you guys. Bucci Ritchie man here is the will Cain sound on. How we all need the lineup to apologize to the plankton fish? Rob point has been taking slings and arrows for weeks. Now, he's been taking the insults of NBA legends like Magic Johnson. And again, in the wake of this trade, he was taking the insults of people with microphones, commentators analysts talking hits personalities, people like will Cain who said he didn't know what he's doing. He couldn't manage a cap. He didn't understand the timing of trade. He wasn't getting maximum value for the Lakers. What a moron. This is where the line starts. This is where the apologies should begin to come in. There are many. We can line them up out the door down the street up the block around the country. And as you're telling rob Pelinka I apologize for under. Summating you, you can kiss his butt. Wow. Why does we'll can't always whisper when he says, oh, name, it's weird. Why do I have to kiss? His butt. Why can't we stop short of kissing his but the apologies not enough? I've got to apologize and kissed Pelinka's rob blow, but cookie monster. These a muppet according to week UPS. So here's that. Oh, firmly. It has the name monster. I mean it's in the name, it's a monster because it doesn't work to call him, cookie muppet? That's not as that's not the same thing and all that could him up. We don't have do we have any additional reporting, we could give this cookie monster story. Billy or you just wanted to play the sound is there anything else. Interesting here now cookie monster. Again, Dan is the blue now known muppet who eats cookies on Sesame Street, and he made a trip down to Wrigley Ville, and Wrigley field and he was in the booth, and he was singing the ballgame. It's all brick red bent these. We arrange baby. Did you see the video was the video funny? Yeah. It was cookie monster. The blue muppet from Sesame Street, who eats cookies. Eighty five dollar shade. And how was he pushing you to play that sand? And how hard for how long was it was? Billy putting you know, Billy Billy just every time I walked by there's shouting. Hey, the cookie monster sound and there is a big victory for you today. Milic. Congratulations. You're an adult. And you seem to feel like it was worth it. Donlevatar. I would love to see you own a form. Would you love guy? I fix my I would starve, I would lose weight. I wouldn't know what to do to God's sit on a tractor. Imagine Mike, Mike pal. There can't be a worse farmer than me anywhere walking this plan. They come close second on that. I don't think everybody in the world would be better than these libertas show with this Stu gods on ESPN radio. We are fortunate to have this guy's analysis whenever anything soccer happens around here. You can see the men in blazers next Tuesday in Nashville, if you want to tickets towards you go to men in blazers dot com,.

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"red bend" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"red bend" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Episode in the morning. I never let me take this heavy. So, you know, I. We know you got. Table soda company. 'cause I mean, our soda company and soda is very difficult to billion dollar business, but is very hard to get through and Coca Cola Pepsi CNC Colin, it's very difficult to why soda where they already have a, Brandon a network of has built a brand over the last fifty years. That's fallible at you kids know, like when leave is when little Wayne is hot. Leave is pop up, but they have a red bent down in the right heart, and he was snoop is hot. The same Levi's company puts out a blue end and on the last that gratuitously catering toy. Your brand for fifty years, and white man who sit behind desks corporations or wise enough to say, well, let's use this, you going to take advantage of what you have Bill. All I'm doing this interjecting the option in the possibility that episode in particular was very interesting because it's all about branding and marketing, and then going in and discussing like even how the crypts was started. Revolution in progress. Exactly to see how people reacted, right? These corporate people these executives that can look at things like you showed Andrew Jackson on the dollar Bill. Yes. Absolutely. Twenty two twenty dollar Bill and to show that and talk about what it is that he did, what I what did you slave home? He was Jackson was be honest when he was president. But he is the president put a valley on native American. Hey. It says it was easier to scout them than it was to bring in a whole head of the body. The turns scalping back, so he probably have some native Americans wanting to carry a twenty dollar Bill. You celebrate criminal. We love criminal America was built only criminal love. Great criminal gimme white, but we criminal. Oh man. We come sunny, Barringer, Scarface alka Powell. But when it comes to us, we shine that we shot, and I'm just saying simply take a banker told me about a month ago. Michael the numbers man in a bootleg was important to the black community as the decent store on the farm. Because all the money wasn't went to the bait went to lending to help people mortgage. If it weren't for the some of the numbers may as bootlegs you wanna have some civil rights marches, extra few hundred thousand dollars that would need it from Jimmy black folk who was okay, so I'm just saying we don't have to celebrate crime, but you have to understand every culture will tell you a story that grandfather's name. Things. But he makes sure we were okay? Detail again. And they were trying to make sure he was okay. For me. I'm just saying by any means necessary truly means by any means necessary, why don't we support each other more? We showed him in and I was talking behind the scenes early, and it was like without people, sometimes it's almost difficult to show them something because right away, like not at work now. I can't do that. That's not gonna happen. And I feel like that's a problem. Now community. I don't think that's a problem. I've seen more people cooperating and working together and attempting to think that that's the narrative that gets told and that kind of keeps us separate, but you come to places like Landon, New York man, see us working together. What I would like to get rid of is the perception, that we don't do a good job because what other things another places another people. Treat us bad. We make noise about it if corrected we forgive sometime, not even if not corrected me forgive. And we continue to support would like us to do the same thing you want out like us to be more forgiving with one another out like I understand that it's just not about a someday. My wages might have had a bad day. But that doesn't give me a reason. Never go back to their restaurant. You know what I mean? My brother who sold me the car. He got me full a thousand before. Cow. But, you know, I'm gonna come back to you, but you got to show, so I don't follow the narrative that we don't because we do we sit in his room together doing. We got killing Mike. When we come back to the breakfast club..

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"red bend" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"red bend" Discussed on KOMO

"Connected. Stay informed. Komo news. Good afternoon. It's four oh. To sunshine with forty five degrees in Seattle. I'm Elisa Jaffe with Tom glasco. Here are the top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. Microsoft hosted a visit by the first lady today. Komo's Charlie Harker joins us from red bend with more on this Charlie. This was a brief visit. It's three states swing ABC news as balodia trope highlights. The work of her be best initiative to promote online safety for children among other things. Microsoft employees showed her the parental controls. Teachers that come with windows and XBox is saying it's important that parents know, about them in the first place and that they're easy to use the visit to Microsoft clocking adult little more than an hour. She headed back to Boeing field. She will be off to Las Vegas for another part of this tour reporting live from Redmond Charlie harder. Komo news. Some of the Republican hosts on ABC show the view challenged democratic presidential hopeful and Washington governor Jay Inslee today. He's talked about his campaign central focus on climate change. Megan McCain says the issue for her doesn't make her top thirty and she really doesn't embrace the new green deal a lot of environmentalists. Don't want the walk. They just talk the talk, and then they want the average Americans spend six hundred thousand. Dollars and their household. And none of that wasn't really true. That's what's proposed on the new green deal. Not what is proposed get this straight. That is not proposing. Prayed.

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"red bend" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"red bend" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"That said our S which has Redstone shell devices foldable 's so that immediately set off like people going crazy going, okay? This is Andromeda. They're going to do in drama the drama was Microsoft's supposed- phone sized dual screen machine that I reported last year was cancelled or at least put on indefinite hold. So I will tell you. I am pretty sure drama is still not coming to market. I know there are some people who have heard that it is. But I still hear it is not. And the reason it is not is Microsoft doesn't wanna make a phone if Microsoft wanted to make a phone they wouldn't be telling people to go by IOS and Android phones for. Yep. So what I do think this foldable thing. References is Microsoft is going to do some work on windows to make it work on foldable PC's and devices their OEM's of Microsoft who have already announced they have these coming, right? And some of them are dual screens some of them are other kinds of foldable devices. So I think they have to do the work on windows to support these OEM devices the question everybody has is will it also support anything from Microsoft that the surface team is building? I think it could support the Cinco named centaurus that we've talked about before. Which in a we say, it's a successor to the drama. What it really is is a really small too will screen. Laptop. That's what's some tauruses. I so I think Microsoft is still toying with the idea of brain this out. I don't know if they'll bring it out this year. I don't even know if it will eventually make it to market, but I think there's a chance, and if the if it does it'll obviously take advantage of the work that it's doing with dual screen slash foldable windows. So that's what's going on. Like, not like, I see so many people going. It's Andromeda I knew it. And that's what they're going to announce it mobile world congress. I'm like guys. No. People on Twitter today saying oh, here comes Andromeda at mobile congress. Anything like this that they come out of the woodwork? Yeah. I I heard that the well the world congress thing Microsoft is doing his Holland me. Tim. Brain. So today, we get invitations to mobile world, congress and the speakers from Microsoft who were speaking. There are Alex kitman who's the father of hololens? Julia white who's the corporate vice president of Ayrshire and such an Adila. Okay. So what is this thing? It's got to be the hololens, right? Yep. Yep. Has nothing to do with service. Now, he does not. So I'm actually I'm actually going to go to this event is I I. Malik cabs and everything does. Did you follow love Alex many percents day yet? Yep. Yeah. All of his albums. It was let's say if it was if it was four years ago this month we were up in red bend, and they announced Holland's if I'm not mistaken, and I eighty I'm getting my years. Yeah. Because windows ten shipped in July two thousand fifteen so that event would have been roughly six or seven months before that happened. That's where they doused hall ends..

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