18 Burst results for "Robert Ward"

"robert ward" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

06:37 min | 3 months ago

"robert ward" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Plausible accusation of impermissible favoritism to private parties should treat that objection as a serious one review. The record to see if it has merit though with the presumption that the government's actions were reasonable and intended to serve a public purpose. I think that makes a lot of sense. Make sense to me case you want to say yeah if this is nothing but a giveaway divisor if it is just a bought and sold the legislature. Yep you can go to court if it isn't if it's the process of political horse trading then it might not be the best possible outcome but it is certainly a better outcome than saying we are going to constrain the power of local governments to do what they can to serve their communities. This was bitterly condemned by rehnquist scalia. Thomas and o'connor and o'conner wrote the dissent. She makes essentially to arguments in her dissent. And i don't think either of these are very good. The first is she says. This effectively reads out the public. Use claws from the fifth amendment. I think the bit. I just read to you from kennedy answers that it's no more of a reading out than saying we apply the equal protection clause under rational basis. It's not much of a protection. I don't want to oversell that. But it doesn't have to be because the state power comes with. Its own remedy of compensation so that was the first argument kind of reads that into nothingness. And i would say it's no more nothingness than than the rational basis test Which is not nothing and then the second argument was sort of a liberal concern for how urban renewal works Again i sympathize with. But i think this case wouldn't have solved so she's she writes. The specter of condemnation hangs over all property. Nothing is to prevent the state from replacing any motel six with a ritz carlton any home with a shopping mall any farm with a factory. And i kinda wanna combine that into the other argument the last argument you will hear against kilo versus city of new under today. And that is this. Redevelopment plan ultimately went nowhere. It was proposed. And i'm going to quote here from withering criticism in the national review that that winds up being its own goal As for the city of new london justice zarella that was the at the connecticut supreme court and other skeptics turned out to be right. The nodc's flawed development plan fell through as did a number of later efforts and today the land is empty and apparently overrun with feral cats. That's true bow. It's an own goal because the reason pfizer pulled out of new london was because After acquiring another company grodin connecticut built the research facility that they were looking to have built on the new london facility and then pfizer's tax breaks expired in two thousand and nine. So they're like oh look. This other area was able to build the thing that we wanted to get out of the fort trumbull project by the way if that had not been wrapped up in five years of litigation maybe new london could have built that illegi the time. So yes do we still have the endemic problem of the race to the bottom one hundred percent we still have but opposing kilo versus city of new. London will not solve that problem. All it will do is say. It will impose the hard and fast rule that says localities can't engage in urban renewal And i think that is incredibly misguided and so That is our deep dive kilo versus city of new london. What do you think that was fantastic. I was such an appropriate use of i. Five hundred episode. I really that was just such a signature. Andrew torres deep died. I knowing normally save those for the tuesday show you know but like screw it. It's five hundred fantastic. I loved it and yeah so it sounds like the state of the law on this is okay or is this another thing. This horrible court is gonna ruin in some weird way. This is such an angry issue for libertarians and those really engaged in right-wing jurisprudence that i imagined the supreme court will revisit and then we will see all of these articles about how you know keel over. The city of new london is a decision viewed as controversial from both the left. And the right. And i want to highlight that. The the criticisms from the left are intentional. Hijackings of what our good faith motives that this court is is absolutely not gonna solve by by overturning also point a bunch of states have passed laws restricting the eminent domain powers of local mayors. Which again think about this right like governors tend to be republicans mayors tend to be democrats so this is an area where they got public sympathies behind governors taking away local powers democrats and the entire history around this is i feel about keel over city of new london. Roughly the way. I feel about the mcdonald's coffee case. Yeah there you go good callback on that so something. That's kind of widely misunderstood and bashed for bad reasons essentially exactly rent while i love this. What a what. A great way to celebrate five hundred andrew. That was so much fun. Thank you and now. It's time to think our new patrons and i am so excited to think our new patriots on episode. Five hundred was special slice history. You have there. No not really. They don't care but that's fine but you will get a lot awful movies that i have not had time to edit because i've been on vacation i've tried to actually tried to find the time it's been impossible but i'm going to very soon. It's a lot of movies that is cop rock episode to with a special guest. It will be in your email inboxes patrons soon and ear holes. Yeah yeah so the following new patrons. Maybe enjoying that if they are at the Two dollar level. And that is i'll start us. thank you to s. Rubik's tesseract maximum. 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"robert ward" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:32 min | 6 months ago

"robert ward" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Bill, who is Chelsea Peretti, playing for Robert Ward of South Bend, Indiana. All right. First question. The Chelsea Football Club has a rich history during most of which it was a perennial loser. Sort of like the Chicago Cubs. Back in the 19 thirties, the team tried something a little unusual to improve the team's performance. What was it? Was it a They drafted Maurice, the famous Irish kicking mule. To be their midfielder. Be. They tried injecting the players with the serum made from ground up monkey testicles. Or C, telling their players to just pick up the ball and run for it. I'm going to say a, you're going to say a. They drafted Maurice, the famous Irish kicking mule to play on their team. That just sounds like something that would happen in old timey days. Mm. It does. It does. Sadly, though, was be it was the monkey testicles. That was That was gonna be my other one. You still have two more chances. You're Chelsea. There's nothing to worry about. Okay. The owner of the Chelsea FC is a Russian oligarch named Roman Abramovich. Now the billionaire got his start in business by doing what Just is. The Soviet Union was collapsing. A he did live theater versions of episodes of the American Primetime Soap Opera Dynasty. He sold imported rubber ducks out of his Moscow apartment. Where, see he sold fake Gorbachev. Birthmark, tattoos, two bald men, You know, I'm gonna go ducks for no good reason And for no good reason. You're right. That's what he did unclear how he became a billionaire by selling rubber ducks. But presumably he had a gift. What can I tell you? All right. Listen. People are stupid. All right, You have one more chance here. Chelsea. Like many legacy sports teams, Chelsea's fans have their traditions like which of these a hurling celery onto the field, often directly at opposing players. Be yelling four suits. It cannot be whenever the other team scores or see simply staring in silent disapproval when one of their players does poorly. Celery. You're right, Chelsea. That's exactly where well now I should say in case any Chelsea fans are listening that they're not allowed to throw salary onto the field anymore. However, it is well known that when Chelsea travels they sometimes follow along and throat, celery. Nobody knows why they do this. They just do it. Bill. How did Chelsea Peretti do in our quiz shells? He got two out of three. Right? That makes her a winner..

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"robert ward" Discussed on Tracing The Path

Tracing The Path

02:48 min | 6 months ago

"robert ward" Discussed on Tracing The Path

"If you recall in our star spangled banner story. The star spangled banner was played in the seventh inning. Stretch of the nineteen eighteen world series and the eighteen ninety. Three world's fair in chicago showed up in our story about the wizard of oz. L frank baum visited often during eighteen ninety three and some feel the emerald city may have been inspired by it. We didn't mention in that episode. That frank lloyd wright while working for adler and sullivan design the transportation building at the world's fair. We mentioned helen. Keller and the scopes trial episode. She also attended the world's fair to see unveiling of machine that could print. Books in braille. The crackerjack display was next to a new beer called pabst. It was the designation of america's best at that fair that changed pabst to pabst blue ribbon today. A complete set of crackerjack. Baseball cards are now valued at seven hundred. Fifty thousand and contain cards of shoeless. Joe jackson ty cobb and christy matheson incidently. It was the crackerjack cards that inspired robert ward of tip top bread to put baseball cards and loaves bread. You can learn more about robert ward and his federal league baseball and our episode about twinkies finally jfk. And baseball he was such a baseball fan. He proclaimed dave bowers on his staff. As undersecretary of baseball days job was to deliver the scores to make sure that he made it to all the games and to make sure that he didn't get hit by a fly ball after meeting. Jackie robinson at an event. Jfk wrote him a letter asking for his support in the nineteen sixty election. Jackie robinson wrote back the same day he declined and said he appreciated the letter but when they met. Jfk wouldn't look him in the eye when they were talking. That was a trait. He valued highly even on jfk's last day. Baseball was part of his life on his flight to houston. Kennedy and staff marveled at the construction project on the ground. A new kind of stadium was being built. The houston astrodome. You've been listening to tracing the path with dan are morris..

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"robert ward" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

In Defense of Plants Podcast

02:29 min | 6 months ago

"robert ward" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

"In luck and defensive. Plants is now offering bonus mini episodes over at our patron page to find out how you can gain access to this bonus botanical content head on over patriot dot com slash in defensive plants and consider becoming a patron and as always thank you for your continued support of independent plans together. We are helping care plant around the world one episode at a time. Low everyone and welcome to the in defensive plans podcast. The official podcast of in defense of plants dot com. What's up this is your ozmet. Welcome to the show. How's everyone doing this week. A big shout to everyone that has purchased and reviewed my new book indefensible plants and exploration into the wonder of plants. I'm so happy to hear you're enjoying it. It is finally back in stock at a lot of different vendors. Just google in defense plants and you will find it and again if you are reading it and enjoying consider reviewing it because that's how different vendors make recommendations to new readers but today. I'm really excited to welcome my friend and colleague dr robert warren. Back to the podcast. You may remember him from our mere mockery episode. Dr warren is an ecologist working at suny buffalo state. My alma mater. And he's here today to talk about street trees specifically how they fit into the bigger ecological context of habitats and biodiversity. The dynamics of trees especially in a city landscape are fascinating to study. And there's a lot of potential there of course being an urban environment. There's a huge human element to this as well and today we're talking both about sort of ecological context of street trees as well as a new book out dedicated to inspiring and emotional response to the artistry and aesthetics of street trees. It's called the street life of trees and guide. It's a new take on a field guide. It's not really meant to be about tree. Identification it's meant to be a new approach to connecting people to trees but that's not to say it's devoid of science in fact were in colleagues have spent a lot of time poring over the literature and finding ways to quantify the ecological impacts of different species of street trees surprise surprise. Native trees are way better for the local ecology than non native trees. But i'll let him describe all of this to us so let's just jump right into it without further ado. Here's my conversation with dr robert ward. I hope you enjoy all.

"robert ward" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:42 min | 11 months ago

"robert ward" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Chelsea Paretti. It is a delight to talk to you. We have invited you here to play a game that this time we're calling shall see for ready. Meet Chelsea Football Club. You're Chelsea pretty and we wondered. What do you know about the Chelsea Football Club of the United Kingdom? We're gonna ask you Three questions about that team that was name of in 1905. Luckily, their fans air, not rabbit at all. It's a two or three questions correctly. You will win our prize for one of our listeners. Bill, who is Chelsea Peretti, playing for Robert Ward of South Bend, Indiana. All right. First question. The Chelsea Football Club has a rich history during most of which it was a perennial loser. Sort of like the Chicago Cubs. Back in the 19 thirties, the team tried something a little unusual to improve the team's performance. What was it? Was it a They drafted Maurice, the famous Irish kicking mule. To be their midfielder. Be. They tried injecting the players with the serum made from ground up monkey testicles. Or C, telling their players to just pick up the ball and run for it. I'm going to say a, you're going to say a. They drafted Maurice, the famous Irish kicking mule to play on their team. That just sounds like something that would happen in old timey days. Mm. It does. It does. Sadly, though, was be it was the monkey testicles. That was That was gonna be my other one. You still have two more chances. You're Chelsea. There's nothing to worry about. Okay. The owner of the Chelsea FC is a Russian oligarch named Roman Abramovich. Now the billionaire got his start in business by doing what Just is. The Soviet Union was collapsing. A he did live theater versions of episodes of the American Primetime Soap Opera Dynasty. He sold imported rubber ducks out of his Moscow apartment. Or C. He sold fake Gorbachev's birthmark, tattoos, two bald men, You know, I'm gonna go ducks for no good reason. And for no good reason. You're right. That's what he did was unclear how he became a billionaire by selling rubber ducks. But presumably he had a gift. What can I tell you? All right, listen, people are stupid. All right, You've one more chance here. Chelsea. Like many legacy sports teams, Chelsea's fans have their traditions like which of these a hurling celery onto the field, often directly at opposing players. Be yelling four suits. It cannot be whenever the other team scores or see simply staring in silent disapproval when one of their players does poorly. Celery. You're right, Chelsea. That's exactly what letter now. I should say in case any Chelsea fans are listening that they're not allowed to throw salary onto the field anymore. However, it is well known that when Chelsea travels they sometimes follow along and throat, celery. Nobody knows why they do this. They just do it. Bill. How did Chelsea Peretti do in our quiz shells? He got two out of three. Right? That makes her a winner. Relations Chelsea. Thank you. There you go. Jealousy. Paretti is a comedian and actress. You can currently see her in friends giving and her new album Foam in flotsam is out now. Chelsea. Peretti. Thank you so much. For joining us on Wait, Wait. Don't tell me. Thank you guys so much. That was fun. Thanks to you, I will be back in a minute. With more of wait, Wait, Don't tell me From NPR. Politics. Not all losing ideas are left to the dustbin of history. I'm Kai Wright. And this week on the United States of anxiety. Pulitzer Prize winning historian David Blight joins me to tell the story of the Confederacy is lost cause mythology and how similar it may feel to the new Lost cause..

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"robert ward" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:37 min | 11 months ago

"robert ward" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Chelsea Paretti. It is a delight to talk to you. We have invited you here to play a game that this time we're calling shall see for ready Meet Chelsea Football Club. You're Chelsea pretty and we wondered. What do you know about the Chelsea Football Club of the United Kingdom? We're gonna ask you three questions about that team that was named made in 1905. Luckily, their fans air not rabid and all its or two or three questions correctly. You will win our prize for one of our listeners. Bill, who is Chelsea Peretti, playing for Robert Ward of South Bend, Indiana. All right. First question. The Chelsea Football Club has a rich history during most of which it was a perennial loser. Sort of like the Chicago Cubs. Back in the 19 thirties, the team tried something a little unusual to improve the team's performance. What was it? Was it a They drafted Maurice, the famous Irish kicking mule. To be their midfielder be. They tried injecting the players with the serum made from ground up monkey testicles. We're see telling their players to just pick up the ball and run for it. I'm going to say a, you're going to say a. They drafted Maurice, the famous Irish kicking mule to play on their team. That just sounds like something that would happen in old timey days. Mm. It does. It does. Sadly, though, was be it was the monkey testicle. That was That was gonna be my other one. You still have two more chances here, Chelsea. There's nothing to worry about. Okay. The owner of the Chelsea FC is a Russian oligarch named Roman Abramovich. Now the billionaire got his start in business by doing what Just is. The Soviet Union was collapsing. A he did live theater versions of episodes of the American Primetime Soap Opera Dynasty. He sold imported rubber ducks out of his Moscow apartment. Where, see he sold fake Gorbachev. Birthmark, tattoos, two bald men. Hmm. You know, I'm gonna go ducks for no good reason. And for no good reason. You're right. That's what he did is unclear how he became a billionaire by selling rubber ducks. But presumably he had a gift. What can I tell you? All right, listen, people are stupid. All right, You've one more chance here. Chelsea. Like many legacy sports teams, Chelsea's fans have their traditions like which of these a hurling celery onto the field, often directly at opposing players. Be yelling four suits. It cannot be whenever the other team scores or see simply staring in silent disapproval when one of their players does poorly. Salary. You're right, Chelsea.

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"robert ward" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"robert ward" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"This is a team that would be ready to contend for a national title in my opinion if tyrel returns if he doesn't return. Things get real dicey for them because they don't really have a great point guard, so I will be intrigued to see what tyrel does in. If he decides hey, I want to go back to Stanford. Knowing that scouts are gonNA come out and see me assuming there's a season or if you just decides I'm GonNa Strike while the iron taught and I'm going to go, and that the teams that Love Me Love me enough to pick me. I mean that's the biggest question mark right so so for me with Terry I think that it becomes back to school. He's the kind of like that breakout star. That could have the. I don't want to put them in the category of like buddy healed or an ob top, because both of those guys were like national player of the year candidates. The Guy The guy that I've compared him to his tirees Halliburton like what Halliburton was doing this year I think would have been or would be what Terry will do if he returns okay. That's actually love that comparison, so he goes from a guy. That's kind of like. What if Halliburton left after freshman year? Would he have gotten drafted? Yes, would have been. There were teams that liked him at the end of the first round. And, he definitely would've impact for sure so your decision as roll, the dice on getting a guaranteed contracts or getting for being a first round, pick getting a guaranteed contract right now, in kind of the pandemic error or coming back to school where you have a chance to be like a breakout star. Turn into a top ten pick a play for a team that has a chance to win a national title. If. There actually is a college basketball season. So that's that's where all the risk comes into play so. I think the big thing is and I'm not sure if we talked about this yet. Sam, but the big thing is like I would expect every single one of these guys to push that decision all the way back as far as they can. And just to get as much information as possible because it's very easy to speculate now and saying assuming there is a college basketball season, but if in three weeks it looks very unlikely. There's a college basketball season. This is the kind of decision where it's like. tyrel probably has to go right I. Think so I think he does I think you'll get a guaranteed deal. If he decides to go through the draft process. I'm not saying like one hundred percent certainty gets one I would say with reasonable confidence. You'll get one There are enough teams out there that really like them and really love his upside the shooter and he's a great kid, and has exceptional feel for the game and exceptional unselfishness like. I think someone would take a shot on him. I don't think it's guarantee he would go on the first round right now I haven't thirty on my most recent up updated mock draft from last week so I think it's tight. I think it's really tight for tyrel. In terms of the decision given the fact that again he's returning to a positive situation like the next guy that we're going to talk about is Robert Ward who I kinda sneaky. Get higher on the more I..

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The Good Pirate

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:35 min | 1 year ago

The Good Pirate

"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host crumb today. I'm continuing my investigation into the myths and mysteries surrounding pirates in one individual in particular because not all pirates were that evil that raped and pillaged their way up various villages along the coast. One such individual who was a pirate was Francis Drake. He was born in fifteen forty. Two by fifteen seventy six. He was the queen's favor and was directed to sail to a secret location one. She only disclosed to her inner circle. The difficulty in determining the location isn't honest return after circumnavigating the world upon his arrival back in England the coin hat all his maps and shipped logs locked up to this day. Few of these documents have been released despite. This history has revealed that Spain had blocked. Most of the trade routes England had used and she had found one end of the fabled northwest passage and the drake was to establish the other end meanwhile amateur to story and Robert Ward thinks. Drake was on a secret mission to find the northwest passage. And that's why he was sailing so far up the west coast. The idea is drake sailed up the coast. Until he found something he thought was the northwest passage perhaps Strait of Juan de Fuca but drake's bad located not far from point Reyes California and fourteen other sides claimed to be where in fifteen seventy nine drake spent sixty eight days now. He spent those sixty eight days because he needed a place to make repairs. Which involves something called careening? This is where the ship was pulled completely out of the water so that our whole be made free of worms barnacles the location of California's raise for the sixty eight day. Stay and repair of the ship are based on the area code. Drakes Bay fit in maps description of the bay where he stayed and a page from a ship's log that listed the side as thirty eight degrees north latitude and a brass plaque. The description of Indians found there but the plaque was declared a fake in nineteen thirty six and the fact that the Indians lived off. Acorns was never mentioned. And that the shape of the Bay but Oregon's whale cove also fits the shape of the bay on the map but the Indians were described as living in huts that were partially below ground. When the University of Oregon Examining area in the cove they found that just as described on the page of the ship slog the remnants of a native American hut partly underground near the side. Number of English coins were found that dated back to just before. Drake set sail. Also there was a document a firsthand description based on the observation of eight of his crew. That stated that they had stopped at forty four degrees north latitude. It would seem that a all the sites that claim to be were drake spent that summer of sixty eight days. Only the organ location forty four degrees north latitude which is exactly well. Co has the most real physical evidence of his visit. If you're driving up the Oregon coast be sure to stop at the town of Depot. Bake and enjoy the small town hospitality. Drive another mile and a half to whale cove and try to imagine what it was like for Sir Francis. Drake back in fifteen seventy nine but the debate. Over the location of Drake's North American stop rages on and despite evidence pointing at Oregon's well only put to rest when England releases all drake's maps and logs from his trip around the

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"robert ward" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"robert ward" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Go DA says the Coast Guard cutter named Robert ward was on its first mission the word is bringing back two thousand eight hundred pounds of cocaine that was interdicted on the high seas off the eastern Pacific by Coast Guard ships he says the smugglers generally use boats to take drugs between Colombia and Mexico these interdiction also allow us to get into the trans national criminal networks to understand how they operate and then deterrent dismantle those and while it back KFI news you people have been found dead on a beach in Torrance it's not immediately known how they died two people have been arrested for starting separate fatal fires in LA both were set within the last week including a massive fire at an assisted living facility that killed two people LAPD captain Billy Hayes says the young woman that reportedly help manage the place started the fire there was a dispute where she had been locked out of the residence and she was frustrated that she wasn't allowed back into the residence and ignited a fire after she broke into the residence to prove a point a homeless man also died a few days later after a man that is ten on fire in central LA police say that was a targeted attack that followed some sort of fight both alleged arsonist face murder charges predictions of a heavy wildfire season it prompted one group to offer free wildfire defensible space classes the homeowners around Orange County sea coast keepers Merion Hugo says people don't realize how much flammable stuff gets stored around their home the first five feet out from your home I need to be cleared anything that's flammable and then thirty feet out is your second zone and that's the zone where you're going to plant your less likely to burn plant you that says people are also taught to clear leaves from gutters cut back overgrown trees and install smaller buttons to make it harder for hot embers to get into the attic dozens of homeless people now have a roof over their heads in the Pico union area of LA Catholic Carmen on south Burlington Avenue is the first permanent housing facility for seniors asa Carmen has twenty five units for folks sixty two and older including this woman who says she spent two years on the street they found a state forest then made is so wonderful they gave us dishes and everything nice to have a place to call home LA mer guys that he says another twenty one housing projects are in development right now.

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"robert ward" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"robert ward" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Total of three people in recent days are both leading to murder charges Los Angeles police captain William Hayes says the first case involves a fire near you I see that killed two people last week he says the boarding home fire was arson and the person responsible for igniting the fire the resulting in the deaths of George hill and one of the group was Kayla swatching she's in custody facing capital murder charges in an unrelated case a man is also facing capital murder charges for allegedly igniting a homeless man's tent on Skid Row Monday night investigators obtained forensic evidence witness statements and surveillance video the determined Jonathan early was responsible for lighting a fire that caused the death of Dwayne feels Kevin trip K. A. B. C. news a massive sewage spill forth get Fishel's the close access to the water near Huntington beach a sewer main blockage in state and led to the spill of sixty thousand gallons of sewage beaches in part of Huntington Hartford sunset beach a Long Beach are impacted and a Coast Guard cutter holding a massive pile of drugs just return to port Coast Guard Lieutenant Commander Matthew Cole says the cutter Robert ward is back in San Pedro with the name right about twenty eight hundred pounds of cocaine and that those drugs are intercepted and interdicted on the eastern Pacific the eastern Pacific includes much of central and South America he says the uncut cocaine has a street value of about thirty eight million dollars Cole says the Coast Guard works with other nations to seize the drugs in the open ocean he tells reporters their work helps fight drug cartels across borders president trump says resources are being.

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"robert ward" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"robert ward" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Considered leading dismissal of the special counsel. Let's give it at any Mcgann says he refused and refused to lie about those conversations later ABC's cure Phillips reporting from the White House democratic presidential candidate. Elizabeth Warren details her proposal to solve the nation's opioid crisis. Warren says her tax plan to address the nation's addiction crisis would remove the middleman, and instead send funding directly from the federal government to affected communities. She announced her plan and Kermit West Virginia a town near the Kentucky border that sued five drug wholesalers to try to recoup the cost of dealing with opioid abuse. Warren wants to spend one hundred billion dollars over ten years battling addiction her plan is for a two percent tax on personal income above fifty million dollars, Mike Macklin WBZ Boston's NewsRadio and east. Wareham man is busted for allegedly set. Selling drugs police and the DA searched Robert Ward's home on Bartlett lane yesterday. They say they found five hundred grams of cocaine and more than nineteen grams of federal and suboxone ward was arrested and charged with drug trafficking. Concern is rising over global helium shortage. There's a worldwide shortage of helium and for those in the party supply business. It's no laughing matter reform caused today saying I've got an auditor coming up you're going to have helium as don't worry. We'll have helium. That's Bob Brennan, the owner of balloon ticks in Saugus his distributor keeps him supplied. But he seen some other local party stores run out macaws a-coming amendment will been to two or three places with no heavily, and they come here. Helium is also used to cool down some medical equipment, and some electronic components. The global shortage is being blamed for the closure of forty five party city stores in the US in Saugus. Sheri, small WBZ. Boston's.

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"robert ward" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"robert ward" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Receivers. They rushed three. Defender two receivers with five defenders five town defend this play with nine players. They could play football. And defended this what in the world. Are you taking sub step dropped four of play action for two receivers on thirty two. Nowhere to go. Patriots sitting on this. By the way, you might wanna cut from that one. I love just that little under the breath. Golf's gonna get sacked. Get sack. He was getting knocked around when he wasn't getting sacked. They were pushing them all around. Yeah. It's an exasperated. So there you go. Yeah. I do remember thirty two. What are they doing? I run it there, man. But anyway, so back to the next Baldinger Baldy breakdown, which is Cope's queued up for Jared Goff on a bad throat to Robert woods. Okay. This is golf night. We already went through golf not releasing to a guy in the flat. Instead of instead of just not anticipating that the check down is the way to go when the patriots have taken away, your your wideout. So this is part two of his Goffin has. Yes. Third into sticks right there to yards. The Rams Brandin cooks Robert Ward's the patriots or main coverage. Every single team in the sleep runs the stack formation. Here's the data. That's why we run staff. There's Robert wars right here. That's where the ball's gonna be thrown now for bogus out of his hands. Right now. Robert woods is going to defeat. The defense. The ball got to be out. Now,.

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"robert ward" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"robert ward" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Show on your radio, cast download. Thank you. Thank you, sir. That's a Robert ward. That's impressive. Okay. We're talking today about many topics all in one show, but this first topic is how to keep your emotions from determining your motions. And we're talking about the amid Dilip which is roughly an almond sized mass of gray matter inside your cranium, your head. All right, and it, it causes you to experience emotions. People that have ever had a traumatic brain injury who hurt their MacDill injured their Middleham. They don't process emotions. A lot of times, people who've been abused a lot. They no longer express emotions. A lot of times who've been through a lot and their life like Bill Belichick, like the coach Bill Belichick, New England, Patriots, like Gregg, Popovich. Like I would say any coach that you admire who's been in the NFL for a long time who consistently wins, you're going to notice there's a certain stoicism that they develop. Over time and they have to as a means of survival. You can't be going up and down radically emotionally all the time where you're just gonna lose. And so when I want to teach you Mr. listener, MRs listener is how to strategically plan your day in a world where there are a lot of emotion. So I'm going to walk you into my last year. Let's say, let's go two years ago dateline two years ago, and I'm gonna walk you through the stuff I deal with and you tell me chop how you would handle it. Okay. Here we go. Cow, here we go. We're going here we go. So Harry cares property excited about this. I go to work one day and I noticed that a woman on my team has wet hair, and I noticed another man in my building has wet hair to they come in at the same time with wet hair. I think to myself, it's interesting. I noticed though that this person's husband is out of town and he works in the office too. So a male at our office is out town and his wife in another man in an office come to work at the exact same time with wet hair. He's gone for about four days. I noticed this happening three of those four days. So I think to myself sums probably going on here. That's weird. I wrote it down on my to do list and chip, why did I write it down on my to do list before drawing conclusions before having assumptions? Why do I put it on my list? Because you're going to block out time to think about it later. You can't do it right now during the middle of the day and you don't forget about it. So you got to put it somewhere. So every day I get up one hour. Before the workday. I always get up and I plan my day one hour one hour day every day. Everybody would everybody I've ever met who becomes a billionaire, multiple all do this. You want to spend an hour a day. Thinking about. So four AM the next day after I saw this be hit what hair I thought to myself. The woman who has what here typically comes to work for. That's not Admiral, but the other guy who came to work early, he never comes to work all, and they seem like they're kind of joking with each other, their tastes. But I've noticed that that only seems to happen when the husband was gone down. So I put it on my list to talk to the person. Yup. But no, no, no, no, no, no, because I'm a smart guy. I thought, you know what? I think about that for maybe in our thirty minutes. So I think to myself if I do go talk to this person and they do admit that they might or might not be having extramarital affair if they admit that that I might lose a key member of my team. And I might find myself without a key member of my team..

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"robert ward" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"robert ward" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"Ball of saint louis had the right to buy the browns the baseball was gonna pay robert ward's estate and the current owners george ward who was his brother in a minority they were going to get in brooklyn they were gonna get four hundred thousand dollars over ten years so they were they were gonna get over choose me over twenty years so they were going to get twenty thousand dollars a year for twenty years the the pittsburgh team got fifty was paid off at fifty thousand dollars and again i mean the pittsburgh owners probably lost you know these teams are losing at least eighty two hundred thousand dollars a year so it didn't really match up the team the league contributed fifty thousand dollars towards we purchase of the cubs and so you had to owners to criticize thing about the two owners are allowed to buy the major leagues is that he were allowed to and the other thing is is that the federally was forced to honor their players contracts well i mean they had honor anyway but they own them so to the degree you had good players you could sell those players contracts to the major league teams and guys lee mcgee and some other players you know were sold to to the majors the teams on the other hand if you couldn't sell them you were forced to if you would sign a guy to three year guaranteed contract you were forced to pay him for another year so there was both some positives and negatives to that but the interesting thing so since since the my federally teams owned the essentially their player contracts the nineteen sixteen cubs in the nineteen sixteen browns were were basically amalgamations two squads so you could you pick the best of those players i mean it was kind of a nice deal.

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"robert ward" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"robert ward" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"Lucky some of the teams were dropping their bleacher seats to ten cents from a quarter to try and get people brooklyn was just not drawing it all compared to the dodgers and so it was hard to see where they were going to be able to to to make given the expenses of being a major league and then you had the antitrust case so judge landis i think you know he was a trust buster he knew baseball was a trust but he also liked baseball i mean he was you know i mean everybody believed organized baseball when they said that if anything else came up it would destroy it he fell eighty ruled i think to a certain degree for the federal league would be really bad for organized baseball so he what he did is is you know he just didn't rule he just sat on the thing so you had the federally waiting for this ruling that that organized baseball's violating antitrust laws and you know landis didn't rule he just gets sort of postponing any sort of ruling and and so as the year nineteen fifteen went on the federally was continuing to suffer huge losses and then the other thing that happened is lactobacillus of nineteen fifteen robert ward died so essentially he was bankrolling all these other teams in clare was helping though in once you didn't have ward to bankroll all these other teams again teams like kansas city and at the time mostly kansas city was the mostly then but it also was a little bit of buffalo you just ended in indianapolis here before it was just hard to see where the federal league was going to be able to go on they weren't gonna have someone to help bankroll them and it wasn't clear where they were going to be able to sort of get players and keep going so it seems like almost that that land indecision or lack of a timeframe to sort of make a decision.

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"robert ward" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"robert ward" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"Do you think that fell through because the league's didn't sort of see the threat is viable they didn't think the federally could last another year hubris all of it well all of it i mean essentially the charles murphy in chicago came back and basically wedeman was going to buy the cubs and murphy it supposedly sold his interest before the nineteen fourteen season but it turned out he still actually had a little interest in the team and refused to sal and so that the deal with wedeman was gonna fall through also robert ward who owned brooklyn and again was was sort of the sec was the wealthiest guy in the league at the time he was going to have the rights to either by the boston braves or the yankees who were then owned by frank farrow and william devry who were a couple of sort of unsavory tammy guys that were in the process of running out of money and the american league was looking for someone else but you know there was some objection to getting federal owner in the american league ban johnson didn't like that and then at the time as you know the yankees were actually playing in the polo grounds the giant stadium and the giants owners didn't wanna federally allot owner playing there so it was there was actually pretty good support i mean most of the owners were ready to to to let them buy in but there was pushback and then of course the other federally teams that would have been left out they once they sort of realized what was going on they brought tremendous pressures well the bear you know baltimore i mean these other cities they would have their deal was basically going to be they were going to malcolm with the minor league team in their city so buffalo the two buff of the buffalo internationally team in federally team would have sort of amalgamated in the owners of the federal buffalo team would take over there was there was this a lot of stuff going on and what had to happen relatively quickly and once it really got close to happening there was enough kind of.

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"robert ward" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"robert ward" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"This is a state where former governor jim jam brewer offered a lot of policy positions that were very similar to donald trump and more than that more than that it's not just about the policy positions it's also the way that these policy protect positions articulated right jor pyo we mentioned him it's kinda rabble rouser saying things off the cough saying things that are offensive to a lot of people and that sounds are off a bit like donald trump and very stylistically a post where jeff flake was so it's you know it's not just about the policy it's also about the emotion that goes into yeah by the way at one thing just to to add is suit so bannon has endorsed kelly ward as like his dog in the fight of you know the anti establishment war but there are kinda summing clings that not everyone in trump bannon world loves her you know when when trump came to phoenix she was very notably left out of the vip room trump did meet with her he met with do it and graham there are two former breitbart staffers who were kelly words campaign managers who left and then released this sort of bashing statement last week saying she's no good dna this thanks so you're kind of wondering what's happening behind the scenes of could bannon transfer his defections to someone else i don't know maybe sort might not be kelly ward but the expectation is that it will still be more of an anti establishment strongly conservative not somebody like arthur exactly okay well at least in met in message yet the one thing i will say about say like a robert ward who i've met i haven't met jeff to whip but he's like a he's an affable guy with trump trump's politics definitely but more of a a warm presence i would say i will add that it's going to be a very interesting battleground will will talk about this more pieces coming up over the next week but the senate leadership fund which of course.

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"robert ward" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"robert ward" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Also if the win stay this strong they're going to blow out the windows in high rise buildings uproot a lot of trees and they'll knockout most powerpoles npr's john hamilton hurricane erma is heading towards the northern leeward islands on track to strike puerto rico it's been yelled of cuba and the southern united states emergency declarations are posted in florida where the storm's effects could be felt by late saturday some houston subdivisions are still submerged in water week and a half after hurricane harvey insurance adjusters heading there are using drones to help assess the damage north korea is warning that it's ready to conduct more nuclear tests at the us doesn't stop what it calls reckless provocations as lisa shlein in geneva reports the warning was issued at a un conference on disarmament the north korean ambassador hunters song was unapologetic above what he called his country's successful hydrogen bomb test he said this recent selfdefense measure was a gift package address to the united states he warned washington would receive more socalled gift packages if it didn't change its reckless behaviour in reply his american counterpart robert ward told the ambassador his country should stop spending its money on destructive weapons and should instead give its people the gift package of peace with its neighbours this argument didn't sway the north korean ambassador who said nuclear deterrence would never be a negotiating bargaining chip for npr news of lisa shlein in geneva you're listening to npr news.

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