18 Burst results for "Richaud"

"richaud" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:12 min | 2 months ago

"richaud" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Hi everyone and thank you for tuning into the four hundred. Fifth episode of awards chatter. The hollywood reporter's awards podcasts. I'm the host scott feinberg and my guest. Today is one of the biggest showbiz stars ever to emerge from mexico. He's an actor writer director and producer. Who has been called. The king of latino comedy and one of the most influential latinos in the world and who like the japanese baseball ichiro suzuki spent the first chunk of his career racking up hall of fame caliber accomplishments in his homeland and then again saul odds came to america. Ended it all over again. A man who is so famous in mexico that is two thousand. Twelve wedding was broadcast across the country. And who is so beloved around the world that he received a star on the hollywood walk of fame in two thousand sixteen before he had ever played the lead in an english language. Project the primary force. Behind some of the most popular spanish language tv programmes ever including all richaud elder bez and la familia pay luce the co writer director and star of the highest grossing spanish language film ever released in america and around the world. Two thousand thirteen instructions not included the star of hit english language films. Like two thousand seventeen how to be a latin lover and two thousand eighteen overboard and most recently a standout in coda and in drama that swept the major awards at the two thousand twenty one sundance film festival on route to selling to apple for more than any other acquisition title in the festival's history. Ennio derbez over the course of our conversation the youthful sixty year old grandfather and i discussed what led to his discovery at the age of twenty seven that he had facility for comedy why crossover stardom always appealed to him and what it was like for many years leading a double life as a huge celebrity in mexico and a virtual unknown trying to make it in america. What convinced him in two thousand twelve to abandon his dreams of hollywood stardom and what happened a year later that led him to pursue it once again this time far more successfully plus much more and so without further ado..

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"richaud" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

03:15 min | 3 months ago

"richaud" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"I think it's gonna make the whole world richaud most prosperous and it he's affectively longer-term gonna make everyone have better rights and bitter prosper prosperity but in that show to medium to and transition the citadel. And if you remember this hearkens back to the original citadels post back in two thousand thirteen fourteen. The idea was oh. There's these rich. Bitcoin is and they need to go live in the city though because people people are off to them and it's kind of like a fan fiction thing and then they were saying oh like known. Bitcoin is were hunted down and they will going off them. So maybe we're in trouble paid but the broader idea was more like protection idea now. Of course we joke about it. I i sign off every gossip. I'll see you in the center. Does but i think there's different conceptions of citadel right. Some people think it's virtual reality or it's like a personal. It's just your home and then yeah. The idea of a group of bitcoin people who want to defend band together in defense. But also i think like there's going to be like zones of opportunity right so and this may be an analogy could be like how hong kong singapore rose up and then because there was all this economic opportunity that people wanted to come and weapon and they might start off at a quite lowest i show economic station but you had a chance to rise up and people could move and work from different countries all around asia and they went to hong kong. Because there's opportunity there so it's like a virus that bills from a new set of rules. Yeah a new form of governance and that bill. Bitcoin is the best form of money people. When they realize wanna hold it more the citadel might be the best form of governance and social into that i d i see it like it's competitive jurisdictions. Yeah and so once. Bill it's many citadels and then over time people can experiment and se off this. This rule when in place at this citadel. But it wasn't here and this one did way better. So that's a bad rule. And so the us state system. Yes so it's a competitive federalism. The idea is that people can if one state is making bad decisions. People leave which they do exactly. And i think we The world is morphing into that and this is kind of like the sovereign individual and related ideas. Well both thinking about that for different reasons the moment so why do you think it never happened. I mean you might give me some example some island wild west and some of these examples because sometimes i think this is just the natural evolution of human organization. We went started in caves and we went up through the feudal system and then we went through different ages and we all where we are now like status is one step towards the next and we keep evolving alone. Won't more dozen. What do you think is not happen. So yes it's a good question. I i would say it's like so there's an analogy people make with this concept called g k chesterton just chesterton fence and it's this idea of all this fence. Whatever we didn't see what's it removes like. No if you don't know why it was put there. You shouldn't be taken away because it might exist for a reason. You don't understand that. We don't know and so i could sort of seeing argument where maybe states have formed in certain ways because we.

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"richaud" Discussed on How to Money

How to Money

03:43 min | 5 months ago

"richaud" Discussed on How to Money

"It's interesting. Because i feel like a popular way like mode of thought right now especially in the west. Is that acquiring enough. Money buys you freedom. Like that's kind of what people equate building up a two million dollar nest egg or something like that at that point. I can be free. And i don't have to work a job but you say that's not true. So why is it. Why do you say that money and freedom are not equivalent you know. Probably if you're not financially well off you think one million dollars would be just a happy goal. I have written about a public about two hundred books. Mostly unhappiness and money mostly japanese and i interviewed many wealthy people at one time. I met up with this person whose companies public and you know everybody by any standard. He's a wealthy man so my question was. When did you feel wealthy. You know in your twenties or thirties. I expect an answer. Like when i was like twenty five when my company went like a public or stuff like that but He posed for second. I don't think i'm wealthy. And i was so surprised because our you know he's a wealthy men and said i'm not wealthy because i don't have a private jet laughed and a few years later i bump into somebody who has a private jet and asked i asked the same question and he said i'm not wealthy at all. I'm comfortable with money. But every time. I pulled up to this special terminal in a private jets air terminal. I saw small because my plan only seats eight people whereas the jumbo jets right next to me so whenever i pull over i feel poorest guy in the world so okay so no matter how much you make. There's is always a somebody who's making more so you have to decide when is enough for you otherwise you know you'll keep piling up money and you see no end. Yeah kin yeah kind of to that in your book you talk about how we should essentially you call it changing our our money game right and just like you said it can be tempting to always feel the urge to earn more money and then you end up in a cycle where the rich don't actually feel rich because there's always someone else who's richaud like how do we move out of that money game then to kind of change. The way they're thinking about it you know first of all you have to know what you think of money. My favorite question is if money was a person who did to be. It'd be a fun person to be with or would it be a cold. Terrible mean person you know. Money's symbolizes certain things in your life. Money can be fun. Money can be mean depending on where you're coming from so first of all you have to think money is a good friend instead of a master who just orders the around on. That means you're a slave to money by the way and unfortunately most of most of us feel that we have slipped money but money is just a neutral energy. either we become a slave or master or friend. So you'd say that the friend approach to money is is the best approach right. Yeah i think Being a best friend with money is a fun life to live because if money is your best friend if you wanna fly first class and go wherever you want money can do for you and if you want to shop money will prepare for you so money can help you in so many ways so if you let money.

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Finding Your Way Into The Arts with Nico Paws

Jo's Art History Podcast

03:40 min | 9 months ago

Finding Your Way Into The Arts with Nico Paws

"So this is a little bit different from what we normally do. Obviously because it's our history content based on that's talking about either an artist or movement or a building designer jeweler. You know something within the context of our history but also think is really important. That when i was going through my journey i didn't really knew anybody who to kind of want to turn to or to turn to roller on high. People can't have get were the are at the moment. And that's quite an interesting story because everybody comes the artwork Definitely or the creative industries differently. And i think i mean. We grew up in the same house. We're very creative. People and we both love art but in very very different in the skill year where both highways victims yay are totally totally. So the first question as for you personally nickel when you think back. What is your earliest expedience or memory of art and having an impact on you think. I'm probably the story. The law of people who partake in industry as in like we are clears is just as always something now. Is that a love. Join abloh always remember wayne. We made that low magazine and we drill was milan's his this easter shampooed talk show for real people off. We don't tons of bombs printer paper probably we thought we were like geniuses but we actually probably context so we used to always sisters and the. There's actually three of us. Row very differently Eldest sister she actually is. She's not very so interested in are not should cheese. Academic is very academic academic one thing that tends to be will separate kind of thing statistically and then the middle child has to be caned of academic youngest knee case that we so they can do award. So i was like. I'm going to draw cats on these. Yeah thank the dynamic of our sister. Yeah but what we used to do as we a talk shop and the state that we live near so we used to have a an old prom and we would fill it with like toys and print off from our disney print. Should you lose a paper nicole withdraw and then had a magazine say crosswords richaud. I was gonna say that's why aloft because as soon as it felt in my head. But i remember we go at disney magazine and it does not magazine shoots you hate to a line and the impose from yes. I would draw all the tame. Because i just loved like i was always inspired by the animation children's stories i would co people had seen Obviously not exact. But i just remember drawn us milan over and over again and i just remember being unless it was like the front cover and just remember it being on the front cover. It may be like this of mehta who is probably the older pot yet. That's like my for skein of of. I guess what to say are coping desma loan.

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"richaud" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"richaud" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"That basically used daily basis. But the concept is, you know, midfield is a very conveniently placed locale. It's something that's just north of the city. It's a wonderful community that has people of all walks of life, wonderful, overlay of architecture. Something that not only has, you know, eighteenth and early nineteenth century housing stock, but also even modern apartment buildings condominiums, so in office something for a lot of people the ability of living outside the city, but in a very urbane upbeat manner, but also that wonderful Richaud ritual of history, and you begin to say to yourself, sometimes, you know, he was a town that don't only win Jingle Bells was actually composed by John. But it was also a place that Lydia Mariah child, had actually created her wonderful Diddy over the bridge, and through the woods to grandfather's house, we go so Medved has that rich historical tradition. But it's also got this cutting edge, you know, modern sense of the twenty first century that office things all of us of all walks of life. Thanks, donna. Yes. Question. I wonder at what point people started to call. Oh, please. The diminutives people use these things that's really incredible. I think that could be ten different interpretations, but I've always said Medford, but on the other hand, I've heard the metha- I've heard different things. I mean, people just say the people say method, anyone naturally, locally say metha-, I think it's pronunciation metha-, so okay? Donna, thank you. Nice. But I think sometimes you're right. You know, it's like, basically use diminutives if you're one is from Dorchester, they say, dodge which drives me insane. But I wanna ways, you know, Memphis, something that in the twentieth century was the breaking ground for many of the new immigrants of the first generation that parents or grandparents had been born abroad, and I think med Fedun south Medved, especially became a place for an Italian American community. My grandparents notably Luigi, San Marco, and my grandmother, rose GNA ARCO moved to Medford, from the north end in nineteen twenty one, but the family lived on the same street, the various cousins and things of that, sort. So it was a community of people not only family, but of friends, and it went on for generations. Absolutely. We only have forty five seconds telephones again where you can be seen at your next doing Medford. Talk and concerns molasses. Right. That's in November in. It's actually for the Medved, historical society. But if people are interested, I'm doing a lecture on the hundredth anniversary of the Spanish flu. It's this Thursday. It's the West End branch of the Boston public library at one fifty one Cambridge street. It's at six thirty, it's free. But an actually talks about influenza and.

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"richaud" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

13:24 min | 2 years ago

"richaud" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Thirty seven thousand seven hundred and eighty four. If I got it, right. Thirty seven thousand seven hundred eighty four today. So the dodgers and giants, this is the eighth game between these two ball clubs in the twenty nine thousand nine season and the dodgers tie up the series for four as they win. This one seven two joined by Carmen Q here in the bunker as we'll chat with you for a while. Get ready for tomorrow morning. We're, we're back at nine o'clock, but Carmen this was one in John did a great job of reviewing the game. Because it was a good game then it wasn't a good game. Yeah. You said it. I we were just talking about how the giants. Getting on base. There was a lot of action happening and then it all came apart once the merger came out of the game. Yeah, I say for some margin again. We did the pre-game this morning, this afternoon and Ataman everyone out there, I really appreciate everyone who came on the show, but it was rich hill, a lefty against the giants. And it was so Marga a righty against the dodgers. And I sort of said, you know, this is made to order for the dodgers, because they just kill that right handed pitching because they had seven lefthanded batters in the lineup tonight. And I thought some Marga really he's a different kind of pitcher he's not the same guy. We saw the last couple years. He's a guy now who absolutely works the coun- he'll go in and out and everything. And honestly, tonight five and a third innings seven hits three runs a credible performance against the dodgers if that's what you gotta do against the dodgers to stay in the game. He did it today. And then he was out. And again is. She said after the game smarter didn't get a call. And we know you know, one call out of five hundred you're not gonna get you can't let it bug you, but really the hitting once again one for eleven with runners in scoring position. Yeah. Not not very good. Eleven left on base to twenty with runners in scoring position over their last four contests. So they're just going to have to pick it up, especially against team like the dodgers. You can't not cash on opportunities. I mean there were runners in scoring position with no outs. At one point. And the giants were not able to do that Brandon Crawford hits into a double play. So they've, they've just got to be better about that. By the way. If you heard my phone go off, that was rich waltz texting us from the regional Vanderbilt and Duke. And we had Richon today and he did a great review of that regional going on Vanderbilt. Got crushed yesterday. Now they've got a no hitter going. Vandy does in the eighth inning. And they're winning one nothing. So how about that for for college baseball just to throw that out. At everybody, and also Joe Richaud sent me a text just a little while ago and Jo's guide information about what's going on with the San Jose giants. And he says, I thank me for having today. Joe we love having you on. But for our information Joey bar just homered straightaway center, second home in four-game since coming off the injured, does not waste any time. I'm very excited to see what he could do as he moves up the ranks. I mean do you think we'll see him in the big leagues this year? Well, you know, I thought before he got hurt that we weren't going to see him. I really did. I thought before he got hurt. I said he's a September call up. I n -ticipant as I've said, much during the season that a lot's going to happen here in the next six or seven weeks, and who knows what it's going to look like. And if he put in full season at San Jose, or three quarters of a season moved up to Richmond than show that he was capable perhaps, we would, but getting hurt getting the broken hand. So to put that timetable back. So I don't think we'll see him up here. But I'll tell you one thing when I go home to Mesa, Arizona. I'm going to see the guy in the fall league. I'll guarantee you that again, see if we can talk to him a little bit get inside his head. See what's going on. Or maybe even Ramos. You know, I haven't thought about that maybe to see him in the fall league jelly jelly. Well, it depends how many innings pitchers they don't like to extend those innings so pitchers in the folly guys who've been hurt or didn't get enough innings in during the year. Jelly didn't get hurt. No. What augusta? San jose. So that's a little bit of the background getting back to this one, though. Samara. I liked what I saw five and third seven hits three runs. Couple of walks and five strikeouts. And he left in a two game that turned into a three to two game. And look it can't make any nicer for this guy. And he's a left-hander and Bruce Bochy went to Derek Holland in the sixth inning, as John said, garlic. I love this guy garlic. That was his first big-league kit. Right. Garlicky. They just brought them up. And my g g eight eight the US restaurant come on, garlic. They bring him up from Gilroy who knows where festival, so garlic joke. I know he gets a double. Look, you got to laugh at this point in the season to garlic gets a double then jock Peterson gets hit. And then there was that controversy the review happened. Don't think he got hit or he leaned into it. I thought that was a little shady, so first and second. And this to me was the turning point in the ball game. This is giants dodgers. It's a good game thirty-seven thousand the weather was good. It was exciting. Giants head a lot of chances, which will go through bocce was managing the heck out of it intentional walks to Bellinger, every time he had a chance. And now he went to the bullpen. And this is Bruce Bochy. The hall of fame manager goes to the bullpen in the sixth inning. And he's got garlic on, on second. And he's got the Peterson on first and max Muncie is coming up and Samara had reached his point one hundred one pitches sixty eight strikes for him, and he'd reaches point. And he went to the bullpen as he should have from to get max months. Any in Holland, and that's why. And it wasn't even close. No, he didn't seem to have much going on today in terms of control now. So that was it one one batter for him in Carmen. You looked up pollen stats. Yeah. He it. I guess ten relief appearances. Now he's given up fourteen runs. Ten of those earned in fifteen point one innings of work with a sixty IRA and his six five two ER as eighth highest in MLB with at least forty five innings pitched so not, not, not great. Don't don't know what the giants can really do there because he does have a hefty contract. It is one year, but it's not it is substantial. So what do you think mardi what can they do with Derek, Holland in what situation should they be using him? Well, I think it's a good question. The situation is exactly what happened. He's been lights out going into the season and I didn't look up as numbers this year against lefties have probably not as good as they were earlier because he's gone through those fifteen innings and you just described, but. He is a relief pitcher who should be able to get out a left handed batter. And he should be able to come in and get you, if you've got a couple of left these in a row, he should be able to get them out. So you'd hope, like Pomeranz last night, and we weren't on the last night. Mark did a great job Willard doing the show. But, like Pomeranz gives you five innings of shutout ball strikes out seven against the dodgers. Any team that thinks they're going to win the National League pennant? They've got to go through the dodgers and they've got to go through it left. These so Holland to me to answer. Your question is, you've got to put him in these situations where he can come in and get lefthanded batters out. Yeah. This season he seven for forty against lefties. So pretty good one seventy five average and his righties. He you know, he's doing much worse to eighty four much. Well, that's what's got to happen to answer your question. You got to do that. You've got to keep running them in there against left handed, batters and hope as we get into July. And this is a guy even in August, who could just be a straight waiver deal where you're not getting anything back. But try to just move the last couple of months of that contract. He's not going to be here next year. And that's the mess at their Colin has gotten into so in reviewing the game. And plus if you're out here tonight, one of those thirty seven thousand you know, I always like to hear people who are at the game to know just call in and tell me what you thought of the game tonight and everything else. But this was the turning point for me in the game as Holland walks to load the bases. And then John did a great call and the deep sacrifice fly by Justin Turner because got came in at that point Trevor got the right hand face Turner. And he gets him on the fly ball. And then. And I don't know. I didn't hear who the guys pick tonight as player the game Tyler Austin they didn't pick him. He defensively, come on. He had a game tonight member in the first inning crashing into the wall. We thought I thought it was just straps guy couldn't even tell who he went crashing into the wall, his ankle extended maybe jammed his ankle in his name a little bit. He was all over the outfield tonight. Guy who does not play the outfield didn't even want to play the outfield. So I think he's definitely putting in a lot of effort right now. It's, it's a good thing because belt, obviously has the issues and probably can't run down balls like Austin, Cam, but I've seen tremendous improvement over his couple outings in, in left field. So, you know, I think this guy's an athlete good game for him tonight. So that made it three to two and as we do the show tonight. I like to go through the box score a little bit for you. The giants had a lot of chances tonight. They really did. And they had hill on the ropes and then, of course, the parade of relievers starts coming in. But by that time that eighth-inning happen. And that's where the game got out of hand that was a good game. And then not at such a good game. All right. Let's go to Mark in San Francisco. Mark eight eight kmby are good hit. Really glad that we got Bishop in the draft. Yeah. I think so. You know the they went for the best power hitter available. And I think that's the way they had to go. It was a draft that was really for hitters this year, ditching strong point and I was wondering if they were going to have a chance at them, but he did. He did fall to ten. And they grabbed a Muqtada was great. I think this Logan, why it has potential as well. And I saw it's Gerald shortstop from Louisville in the at four hits the in the game. I saw yesterday. Good. Okay. Yeah, he looked. He looked good too. So I was just pleased that, you know, we, we tried to get some power farm system with some potential. And I just I was just happy with the hands first draft. I thought they, they did well, you don't know till you know, time tells but they, they made the right lose trying to strengthen the power in the in the giants organization. Now I agree a hundred percent and we talked about it on the pre-game today, Melissa Lockhart. We didn't get her interview on today. We'll try to get that on tomorrow, and she lays it out, just as you did hundred Bishop was there at number ten. The first six or seven picks were scripted pretty well everyone knew what was going to happen. Then it got a little dicey. We didn't know Texas may be would take them, but they took junk, the third baseman shortstop from Texas, Tech, and that opened up ten to the giants to take hundred Bishop and we heard him on with Gary and Larry and. Nice kid, you know, Sarah, high ASU very confident, you know, nice kid. So why not? But the thing about the draft for me and you guys can comment on it. They got shortstops and they got center fielders, and as we know those are the athletes, and this is a ball club. That's dying for athletic players, and I think they got a couple of them. The other thing I think Logan, why it's going to be a surprise because he's a big guy. He's, he's not small. They, they said that. Oh, he's another Bill, but I heard that he's got to be a power hitter as well. And I think he might be a surprise that he's going to provide more power than than what they're talking about. He's got the size and you've got a great batting because you walks any hits so he's I I love that, too. Yeah. Yeah. We'll see you know, part of this, this draft the Oakland Athletics. You know, you have you felt their fingerprints on the draft. Farhan coming from the as and then, of course, the dodgers, Mike Holmes from the athletics, you've got j p Ricciardi from the athletics involved in the front office. Zach Minassian from the brewers and from Texas in this front office, as well. So the Logan Wyatt pick for me. Had the fingerprints of, of an as kind of pick of the guy who walks and leads the country in that. And that, that sort of thing. So I'm all look. I'm all for an and my feeling is and I know for everybody listening and driving around on this Saturday night. This is going to take some time. It's going to take a year or two. But each layer of of the of the group of scouted players whether they're traded players coming in or drafted players coming in or drafted players some last year..

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"richaud" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"richaud" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Matt piper republican senators are lining up against president trump's plans to impose tariffs on mexican imports it comes as a ficials from mexico with negotiators this week in washington while the president was in the u._k. correspondent bill rakoff cinema jordi leader mitch mcconnell danced around questions about whether he and other republicans would try to legislatively blocked the administration's tariffs against mexico well there's not much support in my conference tariffs sure he pointed to ongoing ago she acions no the mexican delegation is here apparently they talk to rolling well and i think our business will be avoided mcconnell would not say what the senate might do if the tariffs are enacted calling it hypothetical bill rakoff c._b._s. news washington those tariffs are set to begin monday parents are on the side of prosecutors after charging the deputy stationed at marjory stoneman douglas high school who never went inside the school laurie outta hoff's fourteen year old daughter eliza was one of the seventeen who were killed and he needs to serve a lifetime in prison or not calling in that day and taking down the thread correspondent gary nunn with more on forward deputies scott peterson's charges that could give him a ninety seven year prison sentence was lawyer goals charges spurrier saying they lack basis in fact and law attorney joseph to rubio says his client was not criminally negligent at his actions richaud says actions taken against peterson should concern the american public and every public employees who could be liable for actions taken as a caregiver which he says his client is not jailed australian cardinal george pal is launched an appeal against his landmark conviction for child sex abuse he calls the charges that he ballistic to choirboys years ago bazaar the b._b._c.'s hell griffith is at the courthouse this hearing will take witold two days at the end of they face it decision we expect it probably won't make up straight away it could be weeks if not months before they reach a conclusion however does it have to make it unreasonable if so they would cost the conviction there would be no retrial pell would be a free man he was sentenced in march to six years in prison it is a crazy scene out of arizona seventy four year old woman was airlifted in phoenix after a fall on a mountain but during the rescue stretcher she was on would not stop.

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"richaud" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"richaud" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"What is that I should probably look that up. Oh oh, yeah. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Got it about that. All right. I got you right now. That's exactly what they are dot events. There's a chance of morning show by one man. He's nothing nothing sadder than that. And also he one man chant, and he explains everything to the morning show. He just says here, take this. Producers on that show. Greg Bergman is filled in for John today in a big moment in his career. And in his life, I'm a little pointed probably one of the great moments of your life when you say, oh, yeah, definitely. But I was a little disappointed because John was here right at the beginning. So my growl didn't get your great moment. I had I was cited to the growl on the way to my friend's house to go to Dodger Stadium last night. Like you know what I should probably think about what we're gonna talk about tomorrow. We gotta do growl. Yeah. Do the ground practice. I came in here and my growl, was overshadowed. John's. Well overshadowed. Yes. Nobody heard it. So a lot of people come through, we do this every year. All the proceeds go to the V foundation. It's a really good cause. And it gives us a chance to just basically screw around a little bit Friday on a Monday. Yeah, it's an F it Monday. And you were at dodgers stadium last night. The dodgers beat the Phillies eight to nothing to complete the sweep what did you see? It was Richhill looking great. He was using different arm angles. He was cut through seven innings pitched. No, Scott so many different. I mean it's from different arm slots, he throws different curveballs. It's really amazed. Have you been to a game when rituals actually so you can actually see it on? You can kind of see it from behind. But when you're actually seeing it live where I sat actually really good seats right behind home plate of like grow K. The behind played is the best lows behind plate when I saw Richaud pitch gives you perfect great way to watch a pitcher. Right. You actually see his arm going sidearm and certain time and you're like, wow, he's throwing sidearm in these pitches. Like you could see the speed of the ball like even though it's only throwing ninety miles an hour. The difference between that and the curveball that's throwing around seventy eight yeah. It's, it's kind of amazing how, how well he pitched less, and they broke it open last night on a they were, they were scoreless going to the seventh inning. And David freeze led off with a home run jock Petersen ended up hitting his eighteenth home run. And they win that thing to blow out and ain't nothing. They had it was in the fourth or fifth inning Matt Beatty, got hurt and whose point I basically brought David Friesen and freeze basically save the entire game for the dodgers bought on the seventh has a home run. And then he saved a. A double down the right-field side by with great snag..

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"richaud" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

11:12 min | 2 years ago

"richaud" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"We're back. We'll have Joe Girardi coming up at five tomorrow. Among our guests will be met manager Mickey Callaway he'll be joining us right through. JT joins us. What's up? Jay. Hey, mike. How you doing good? What's hamper first off happy birthday? Thank you. And I looked at the judge said in the off season, especially the bell signing. But I really think the patriots and the team that beat the share no gronk announced retirement, and that's going to send them back. But I think he's gonna come out of retirement, and it won't be the first time alleged. Villi played out, John, Oxford, Connecticut, what's up, John? Hey, mike. Thanks for taking the call. You. You were talking earlier on the officiating rules are they're looking at it. The owners meeting, and you refer to you know, they have to do something and you referred to the Pereira model or or whatever you might that. Right. Is that something that's going to be incorporated throughout an entire game? Or would you put that at the end of halves are only in the playoffs? How what's the mechanism on that? We can make it any. There's a lot of different ways to do it. The question is you have to invite it into the I think you invited into the booth on a full-time basis, but you do not utilize it. Okay. You lead them utilize it at certain times, if they need it for conferences, if they need a conference with them during the game where they have something they need to get on get involved with they can utilize going to him. We don't even need to know about it. The free on the field can say, hey, we'll let's slow down. Again. You can't the games already slowed down dramatically not gonna utilize it a lot. They can get to the point where they can help most do this. And if you get the mechanism working right between the referee, especially the referee and the empire and the sky judge. You can do that on and really get very good at it. Because the guy will be part of the crew he's going to be part of the cruise was job is going to be the help the crew officiate the game. So he's going to do it though from with he's going to have a monitor allies advantage. He's going to be in a booth and has a monitor. So he's got the game in front of him from the field. And he's also got a monitor and that gives him an advantage over everybody else. And he's there to help. He's not there to critique. He's not there to judge. He's there to help ease the aid their their officiating of the game. So when they get something really wrong, he can get involved with them, and he's going to have the mechanism where he can always always step in and take a bad call. The question is how you wanna work that that's really you have to society how you have to do this. And from that standpoint every play is review -able, but not from anybody else's standpoint. Is it reviewable? From his standpoint, it's reviewable every play. So if he wants to overturn a pass interference call he can do it. And that's you have to understand that's part of officiating if he buzzes down and there's a flag on the field. And you. And you haven't made a challenge or anything else? You don't have the ability to challenge of pass interference school. He has the ability to change a pass interference call. You don't as a coach? So the bottom line is as a flag down and or there's no flag down, and he decides and the the officials huddle up, and they come out and say, here's what we have you know, that he adjusted the call he did what he had to do as part of the working crew. We don't even need to be privy. This. All we need to have happen is the official coming out with the proper call. That's it. That's the idea. So it doesn't have to be making a strategy thing. You don't have to make it about using your challenges. You don't have to make it about any of that. What you have is. You have a guy there whose the AD officiating crew that's his job. And job is to help them. Get the playwright. That's it. And that's what that is. Really what you're trying to do. Anyway. Anthony and Glenn head. What's up Anthony? Hey, Mike, thanks for taking my call. What's happened? Just a question about bell. Do you think we have anything to worry about with with him with the jets moving forward if if he's not satisfied with with the play with the second year quarterback? And and you know, how much better probably much better team than last year, but maybe not up to the standard. He's expecting. Are. We going to have to worry about him with with the media for. Unsatisfied complaining. I don't know. I don't know how it will approach that we know that he's a selfish guy. We know he's a Miyagi the question of if he'll carry that onto the field in terms of what it means and football. I don't know clearly doesn't when it comes to contracts. We don't know if he's going to do it in terms of football. We'll see you know, we can play we always got ability, and he's going to be a big. Plus if he's on the field and doing what he does. Well, but you know, how he fits in. We'll have to remains to be seen, Jimmy and excels. What's up Jimmy? Hey, Mike Richaud Mike earlier today. He said that the Mets had a lot of young players. I would nice playing with you. And now that they don't look so cheap because they pay for the ground isn't a play to put not let Alonzo come Peter Lonzo come up, and here's why if you if you could get that extra year, we the Mets have a self imposed salary cats. Aren't they going to need that money down the road? I mean, look across by they held him bound Burland held down isn't the move to put this guy down. Listen. I'll let them make that move. I really will. I would I would I would bring them up. I would bring them up and let them play. I think he's shown enough. I let him play. I'm not gonna worry about the last year of service time, I'm not gonna worry about what's going to happen by stealing another year of his career. Are let them play. I'm going to let them play. Bothering Monticello is about. Hey, mike. How are you? Good. What's up? That Duke loss really kind of lose. They won. I'm sorry. My bad my bag. I'm I'm projecting that victory. The loss of UCF, which I was really rooting for broke my heart watching that. If you saw locker room afterwards was really just breaking. And I think the one thing about sports that kind of turns me off is when the favorite gets the calls, and I think the and I get it the blue devils getting it's a little bit one percents incremental. But I really do feel that way. Like in a kind of bums me out as a sports fan more than anything. I think they only got one call down the stretch. I think they got a couple of calls in the game. I only got one call down the stretch there, really aided them. And that was buried pushed off when he got the offensive rebound. That's the only one that. I saw I didn't see anything else. I don't know if you have a play in the last couple of minutes where you thought it was a bad officiating. Call I didn't see one. I think honestly more in general. I just feel like. Favorite team is gonna save a team is going to always get a whistle bummer. Got sport anything underdogs. You get the west. They don't though. So I think that's always true. The superstar gets the whistle. It's just the way. It's always gone. I mean, really but that game. I don't think I think it's just a what? What? Central Florida just got unlucky. I mean, they had they had about three or four moments in the game where the game could have been one. I mean there are four and he comes down, and he's got the lobby and he throws the law, and he throws terribly and they don't score. Then they they hit the three the reddish three which was an enormous three pointer by Duke of Duke doesn't hit that three. They're not gonna win the game seventy four seventy. Then of course. Have twelve seconds left. And you gotta get defensive rebound Barrett. Gives them a little bit of a push in the back in the small of the back pushes him onto the glass. A push him under the rim, and then gets the offensive rebound laser back in to take a one point lead. And then they get away. I mean, do Clinton turned a corner he turned a corner, and he gets the ball up on the glass and on the rim. And then the put back is point blank as point blank. Roles off the rim. What are you gonna do? It happens tough loss. Such a Florida deserve the win the game. They would have been a team. But what are you gonna do that happens? Molin brooklyn. I don't do. The question about the birds voice debate. So question, I would have is let's say both of them hit. My question would be as I understand what God he brings to the team with his leadoff fitting. And with his defense. They really haven't outfield pretend to like Gardy. But the question I would have is if both of them hit would you stink of putting Stanton in the outfield? More keeping both burden Boyd on the team. Thanks time. Like, they don't have the ability to carry to first baseman when they have Hicks on the team. They don't have the ability to carry them zero. They can't carry both of them when they are at full strength. They have a three-man bench that's carrying that's a three-man bench. And that includes carrying a catcher, they don't have the ability to carry to first baseman. They can't do it. So they can't carry both of them. They really can't. They're not built to carry both of them. The carry a three-man bench. So the bottom line is. One's gonna stay in one's gonna go. When Hicks comes back, most likely and voice, not going to go unless he really isn't hitting. Now, according you heard we heard him say that he's closed the gap. But he also said consider void a regular. Jeff and oceanside what's up? Jeff. Hey, mike. How you doing? Call it is called in about Alonzo. Team that that's competing and the Mets. I think our team that's going to compete you want your best team up there. You gotta worry about you. If you're not playing them the two games against sherzer. And the two games against Strasbourg. That means you're talking about ten ten years. She's talking about a whole year for ten games for ten games. That's all you're talking about. Mommy, finished, Michael. How many times have the Mets missed the playoffs by one game? A lot one game the year we want can I can they maybe once that I can remember one game. The but the bottom line is Morgan one year, you know, the bottom line is you might not even play 'em half those games. It doesn't. Every day. He should be up. I think the argument that's real. But if he's not playing every day. It does change the org. If he's playing every day. That's all I'm saying. Oh, I think it changes it completely if he's not a regular. It's not a big deal. How can you tell me if he's not playing every day? It's not a it's a big deal. I can buy the top of my head two thousand seven listen..

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"richaud" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"richaud" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"At San Jose. Nineteen home runs their last year and seventeen the year before. The had the fifth best home run into a bat ratio last year in the California league. So here's Bruce and right handed hitter against the new pitcher. Yup. Shin Gomez a left handed thrower in a high. Fastball is swung missed strike one. We happen to have the voice of the San Jose giants here with us. Joe Richaud who knows quite a bit about geo Brusca now the pinch. Fastball is too high. This guy. I mean, he does look like a huge guy. But apparently got some Papa got some pops and formerly outfielder, and they they moved into first base last season. Jio Brusca was a part of my favorite game. The San Jose giants last year. He was a big part of it. He takes the ball down in the count is two and one he and Jalen Miller. The second baseman on last year San Jose team each hit for the cycle the same game. Wow. I've never heard of that. Here's the stretch and the two and one pitch. Brusca swings and misses at a high fastball to into it's never happened in a major league game. We did find that it had happened once prior in the colleague back in the mid eighties. But it's never it's ever been done in a major league game. It happened last year the San Jose giants in Lancaster GIO, Bruce. Did it first he completed the cycle with a triple in the eighth inning? And then Jalen Miller came up in the ninth inning triple and he did it. Wow. So they both. Did it the hard way? There's a ball inside to Bruce up three and to the count. So I mean, that's the least likely of any of those hits. Right. A they hit a triple, and they both still needed the triple in their lasted batch, and they both got it. And nobody in the dugout really knew that Miller had done it. Everyone was still buzzing about Geos cycle. The ending prior San Jose. Was out by a big margin game wasn't endowed. Now, here's the pitch and it's called strike three on the inside corner. Brusca gets.

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"richaud" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"richaud" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm axiom frost to high school students have been photographed giving a Nazi salute. It didn't happen on campus. But the image of to Mercer entice cool students were shared on social media was other students. The Seattle times reports administrators are saying they will talk directly to boy and girl about their behavior to ensure accountability. Authorities are urging people to stay out of the water and Sinclair inlet there's been another sewage spill the Puget Sound naval shipyard until the tenth people are being warned to stay out of that water. And if you do have contact with it clean up immediately with soap, well, they're not calling it a cure. But HIV researchers meeting in Seattle say the second patient to go into remission is definitely a breakthrough University College London. Researchers say the man known as the London patient also had stage four lymphoma and a stem cell transplant from a donor with a gene mutation that can resist HIV sixteen months. Later. He showed no sign of the disease, but professor Ravindra Gupta. Hesitates to use the word cure. Maybe temper the use of the words must remain positive and try and save news appeals board. So yes, I think it doesn't matter. It's been another six months to year things would be. He says the London patient and the first HIV remission case. The Berlin patient do have things in common both had terminal illnesses and each had a stem cell transplant. Gupta says the similarities mean they're on the right path to finding a cure Romero. Komo news representatives for the union that represents Seattle police say reform efforts are just one small piece of what's making it hard to recruit and retain officers. Komo's Charlie Harger has the story. Retired surgeon Richaud Neal says it was confusing win the consent decree went into place when we first started policies police policies for changing rapidly come times weekly do policy was coming out. And it was quite overwhelming. He says that was then this is now and after initial confusion officers are in full compliance. He tells us there have been issues finalizing contracts in disagreements about discipline, all of which contribute to why it's been hard to hire. And keep officers. Charlie Harger, KOMO news new reporting from. The Wall Street Journal says Chinese hackers broke into sensitive research by dozens of universities analysts. Gordon Chang says that includes maritime research by the university of Washington in a written statement that you Deb says it's committed to keeping sensitive information secure. It's thirty four minutes.

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"richaud" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"richaud" Discussed on KOMO

"It didn't happen on campus that the image of to Mercer entice cool students were shared on social media was other students. The times reports administrators are saying they will talk directly, but to boy and girl about their behavior to ensure accountability authorities are urging people to stay out of the water and Sinclair inlet, there's been another sewage spill to Puget Sound naval shipyard until the tenth people are being warned to stay out of that water. And if you do have contact with it clean up immediately with soap, well, they're not calling it a cure HIV. Researchers meeting in Seattle say that the second patient to go into remission is definitely a breakthrough University College London. Researchers say the man known as the London patient also had stage four lymphoma and a stem cell transplant from a donor with a gene mutation that can resist HIV. Sixteen months later. He showed no sign of the disease, but professor Ravindra Gupta. Hesitates to use the word cure. Maybe the use of the words whilst remaining positive and try and save news the feels forward. So yes, I think it is. In another six months to year things will be. He says the London patient and the first HIV remission case of the Berlin patient do have things in common both had terminal illnesses and each had a stem cell transplant. Gupta says the similarities mean they're on the right path to finding a cure Romero. Komo news representatives for the union that represents the police say reform efforts are just one small piece of what's making it hard to recruit and retain officers. Komo's Charlie Harker has the story. Retired sergeant Richaud Neal says it was confusing win the consent decree went into place when we first started policies police policies for changing rapidly sometimes weekly do policy was coming out. And it was quite overwhelming. He says that was then this is now and after initial confusion officers are in full compliance. He tells us there have been issues finalizing contracts in disagreements about discipline, all of which contribute to why it's been hard to hire. In key officers. Charlie Harger, KOMO news. New reporting from. The Wall Street Journal shows Chinese hackers broke into sensitive research by dozens of universities analysts. Gordon Chang says that includes maritime research by the university of Washington written statement, the U dub says it's committed to keeping sensitive information secure. It's thirty four minutes after the hour..

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"richaud" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"richaud" Discussed on KOMO

"Almost Charlie Harger tells us that includes the university of Washington, the Wall Street Journal lists the first report how the hackers got deep into the files of researchers working on submarine technology analyst, Gordon Chang, tells KOMO ease not surprised to the Chinese only had defined one opening and from there. They were able to go to about twenty seven twenty eight universities institutions, so they got into woods hall, and by that way. They ended up in the state of Washington Chinese maintained so many different programs to attack our networks. We should not be surprised. He says this will likely complicate President Trump's efforts to negotiate a trade deal with China. The school says it's working hard to prevent future hacking attacks, Charlie harder. Komo news story we first brought to you this morning. Retired. Sergeant Richaud Neil with the Seattle police officers guild says court ordered reforms or a small reason why it's been so hard to recruit and retain officers. But there are other reasons as well. Four years without a contract. Very minor disciplinary things being blown up all of that affected. Morale. A lot of anti police kind of sentiment not only here but throughout the country. So I said all those things were affecting recruiting. He says officers have been in full compliance with a court ordered policies and procedures Washington. Attorney general Bob Ferguson's made it official following through on his most recent promise of a lawsuit against the Trump administration. Komo's Bill O'neil has more Ferguson's lawsuit against the administration so-called gag rule impacting federal funding for reproductive care and family planning has been filed in eastern Washington. The new rule is scheduled to be online in early may Bergerson will ask a federal court to issue an injunction blocking.

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"richaud" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"richaud" Discussed on KOMO

"Komo's Charlie Harker tells us that includes the university of Washington. The Wall Street Journal was the first to report how the hackers got deep into the files of researchers working on submarine technology analyst, Gordon Chang, pills, Como es not surprised Chinese only had to find one opening and from there. They were able to go to about twenty seven twenty eight universities institutions, so they got into woods hole. And by that way. They ended up in the state of Washington Chinese maintained so many different programs to attack our networks. We should not be surprised. He says this will likely complicate President Trump's efforts to negotiate a trade deal with China. The school says is working hard to prevent future. Hacking attacks, Charlie harder. Komo news. Updating a story we first brought you this morning. Retired sergeant Richaud Neal with a Seattle police officers guild says court ordered reforms are small reason why it's been so hard to recruit and retain officers, but there are other reasons as well four years without a contract, very minor disciplinary things being blown up all of that affected. Morale. A lot of anti police sentiment not only here throughout the country. So I said all those things were affecting recruiting officers have been in full compliance with a court ordered policies and procedures Washington. Attorney general Bob Ferguson has made it official a following through on his most recent promise of a lawsuit against the Trump administration. Komo's Bill O'neil has more Ferguson's lawsuit against the administration so-called gag rule impacting federal funding for reproductive care and family planning has been filed in eastern Washington. The new rule is scheduled to be online in early may. Ferguson will ask a federal court issue. An injunction blocking.

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"richaud" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"richaud" Discussed on KOMO

"The Bill would Levy fines for every megawatt generated with carbon emissions, but it does extend tax credits. So utilities can make the transition without passing huge cost increases onto your Bill. It also calls for workers building new projects to make the prevailing wage in the so-called green economy, but Jerry Vanderwood with associated general contractors says the cost would outweigh the tax savings a Bill, effectively, prohibits, nonunion, employees and nonunion contractors from bidding at participating in state work. This interferes with the rights to join or natural in a union under section seven of the NRA utilities, both public and private indicate. They're ready to continue the transition to clean. Npower, but they don't want to be penalized. When providers like Bonneville have to sell them, non clean power, which they say, they can't control. There was no vote taken at this hearing Ryan Harris, KOMO news representatives for the union representing Seattle. Police say reform efforts are just one small piece making it tougher to recruit and retain officers. Komo's Charlie Harker is following the stories. Retired sergeant Richaud says it was confusing win the consent decree went into place when we first started policies police policies for changing rapidly sometimes weekly do policy was coming out. And it was quite overwhelming. He says that was then this is now and after initial confusion officers are in full compliance. He tells us there have been issues finalizing contracts in disagreements about discipline, all of which contribute to why it's been hard to hire. And keep officers. Charlie Harger, KOMO news, Washington state, attorney general Bob Ferguson has made it official following through on his most reach some promise of. Lawsuit against the Trump administration. Komo's Bill O'neil has details sorta since lawsuit against the administration so-called gag rule impacting federal funding for reproductive care and family planning has been filed in eastern Washington. The new rule is scheduled to be online in early may. Ferguson will ask a federal court to issue an injunction blocking the rule before it takes effect. Backers of the changes say they are a key step in ending federal subsidies for abortions. The attorney general says he chose to file suit in eastern Washington because of the disproportionate effect. The rule has on rural women below Neil. Komo news. It's a tough predicament for a woman from Washington state who is stuck in Saudi Arabia. Thirty-one-year-old Bethany Vieira taught at a women's university. Started a company married a Saudi businessman, then gave birth to a daughter the marriage turned sour, and they divorced the kingdom so-called guardianship laws. Give men power over women. She is now lost access to a Bank account. She can't get authorization to leave the country and her now four year old daughter can't travel without her father's permission. She's also unable to seek legal help the cousin in calif-. You told the New York Times the area is completely stuck in out of options. She says she wants to publicize the case because she believes the family has nowhere else to turn. And to shed light on what she calls an unfair system. Manda factor. Komo news a little more than two weeks before former first lady Michelle Obama appears in Vancouver British Columbia. Her husband former President Barack Obama is there tonight. So it was komo's Tom Glasgow with much of the political focus south of the border on the various controversies surrounding the Trump administration hearing Canada, prime minister Justin Trudeau is fighting for his political future. In the wake of a scandal involving alleged pressure being applied to canvas Justice department. It's a complicated backdrop with former President Obama in Vancouver for a speaking engagement this afternoon now with no media access to the former president the moderator will determine the topics which will hopefully include Mr. Obama's thoughts on the field of Democrats running for president and his. Thought on whether his vice president Joe Biden, we'll get into the race as well. Once the event concludes we'll tell you what Mr Obama had to say reporting from Vancouver BC, Tom Glasgow. Komo news.

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"richaud" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"richaud" Discussed on KOMO

"To require all electric utilities to be one hundred percent clean and renewable by twenty. Forty five gets its first hearing in the state house after it passed. The Senate has Ryan Harris has more on the Bill requested by the governor. The Bill would also require all retail sales of power be carbon neutral by twenty thirty and eliminate coal fired. Power by twenty twenty-five, David Arbab with the public generating pool said, Washington's energy portfolio is already pretty clean when asked this by Republican Representative Mary dia Pomeroy, do you believe that your industry poses the existential threat? And do you believe that by complying with all of the provisions that you will in fact be able to save the planet? We can. Achieve the objectives. That the sponsor seek and provide assurance of reliability and cost protections for our customers that could be a win for everybody. Most of the public and private utilities say they can support the Bill with some tweaks that ensure reliability and with guarantees. They're huge investments will be protected. The Bill continues in committee. Ryan Harris, KOMO news. We're getting some clarification from the union representing Seattle police about morale among officers. Komo's Charlie harder. Has that story? Retired surgeon Richaud Neil with the Seattle. Police officers guild says members they represent are embracing reforms in that his comments about confusion about new policies and regulations from the department only arose when the new rules were introduced not now he says there has been some difficulty in hiring and keeping some officers because of the consent decree, but that was just a small piece of what was causing the recruiting and retention problem. Going four years without a contract, very minor disciplinary things being blown up. Doc, all of that affected for Al the federal judge is keeping a close eye on the reforms. Charlie Harger, KOMO news, Washington, attorney general Bob, Ferguson has followed through on his most recent promise of a lawsuit against the Trump administration. Ferguson's lawsuit against the administration so called gag rule impacting federal funding for reproductive care and family planning has been filed in eastern Washington. The attorney general says he chose to file suit eastern Washington because of the disproportionate effect. The rule has unroll women. Supporters of the changes say they are a key step in ending federal subsidies for abortions. The new rule is scheduled to be online in early may Ferguson. We'll ask a federal court to issue an injunction blocking the rule before it takes effect. Another study shows no connection between autism and the vaccine. Komo's Bill O'neil has more the research published in the annals of internal medicine focused on a half million. Danish children born between nineteen ninety nine and two thousand ten the results show. The vaccine does not increase the risk of all time. Susceptible people, and is not associated with clusters of cases that have appeared after imminization. The findings also suggest the two does Faxon is ninety seven percent effective. Six separate outbreaks are currently underway in the United States, including one in southwest Washington state, at least seventy two deaths resulting from measles were reported in Europe last year. Bill O'neil, KOMO news. The state house of representatives took action yesterday to de link standardized tests from high school graduation requirements. Republican Representative drew mcewen's Bill would ensure students all the way back to the two thousand fifteen th graduating class and going forward would not have to pass standardized tests as a condition of graduation. These tests were.

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"richaud" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"richaud" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Snow. We are going to be snow throughout the day tomorrow, and it's going to be coming from north to south and so should overspreads the Seattle metro area during the later half of the day tomorrow, Logan Johnson, but the national weather service in Seattle. He says we should see anywhere from six inches to a foot of snow in the Puget Sound region as you can imagine salt D, I sir candle sleds and snow shovels. They're all in high demand. Today guy radio's Jillian Raftery checked out a grocery store north Seattle cars are circling the parking lot. Endlessly today. There's not even spots for people to park because there's such high demand for people going in and out of the store preparing for the storm very few people would even talk to us because they're in such a rush to get their groceries before the storm hits tomorrow evening, but what we did see in people's carts were stacks of frozen pizzas. Other frozen foods that are going to keep for the next week or so and it looks like they'll be able to ride out the storm in relative comfort for. Former first lady Michelle Obama was supposed to speak to a sold out crowd at the Tacoma dome tomorrow, but the event is being postponed because of snow. This is the last leg of her tour. Promoting her book becoming the Tacoma stops been rescheduled for March twenty four ever tempted to warm up your car when you're not there starting your car, leaving your keys in your car that idea down auto theft task forces twenty eight percent of the cars that have been stolen in the past. Couple of days were left unattended with their engines on an officer involved shooting today. Seattle police he killed a man whom they believe stabbed a woman to death. Cairo. Sevens. Rodman ios was at the scene shoe. People are dead following a domestic violence situation. An officer involved shooting at an apartment here near Northgate in Aurora. Now, we understand that. It was a woman who was shoved to death and police confronted a man who had a knife they shot and killed him inside the apartment there were also two children and two adults. They weren't hiding and they are also safe at this time as the Seattle police department deals with a shortage. Detectives are being trained to go back on patrol the police unions head Richaud Neil tells KIRO seven it is a band aid at best near Jenny Durkan wants to offer hiring bonuses to bring in more recruits. And now that forecast to moderate snow minor accumulations during the day is tomorrow night and Saturday when we could have four to eight inches. That's what I'm looking at across the area. Some spots will get more. I'm KIRO seven chief meteorologist Morgan Palmer. It's thirty eight degrees in downtown Seattle. I'm Heather boss from Renton to Ravenna. These Cairo radio ninety seven three FM. News and talk powered by the Pacific northwest..

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"richaud" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

F1: Beyond The Grid

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"richaud" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

"History of formula. One his astonishing seven world titles and ninety one victories are still some way clear of Lewis Hamilton in second place. Michael, of course, retired from f one for a second time in two thousand twelve but very, sadly. We haven't heard from him since his skiing accident in December twenty thirteen and it goes without saying that he remains in the hearts and minds of f one fans all over the world, and he's very much in the thoughts of my guest today. Roy. Aspirin. Ross played a central role in all of Michael's world, titles successes and all but three of his race wins. He was technical director Benetton, and then Ferrari, and he even lured Michael out of retirement in two thousand ten when Mercedes returns F one as a works entity few people know, Michael better than roofs. So who better to reflect on this prodigious talent, please sit back and enjoy some of his reflections on a very special. Dr. Ross. Welcome to be on the great great to have you on the show. We're talking all things Michael Schumacher its fiftieth birthday. So when did you first meet Michael, and what impression did he make money? Marcus sports car racing in the mid eighties late late loss. Lord of the ages would be eight or eighty nine I guess and. He maybe ninety actually, but he was driving for the Mercedes full Scott team. They had three drivers. I think it was Michael Franson vinegar. Richaud oversee went onto half along careers. But in the swale skies, Michael stood out massively and. Suppose 'cause back during quake, but also driving to fuel driving. Sent semi economy run your in the race. But he was he was doing lap times on less fuel than. The others beating by mile and the year we had the championship winning Jack. You're any opposition. We truly have quite frankly was was Michael in the Mercedes because the other drivers went what I- anywhere near as good. And and we were saved a little bit. By the fact, that the the Mercedes management gave each of drive is an equal stint in the car. So Michael would go out and give his also grief, and then the other two would give us some comfort..

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