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"saint louis saint louis" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"Cohen sitting in for Marjory I'm Jim. Brady. Joining Salon talk through the social norms and abnormalities of the day is media Maven, so Connell Susan, publisher of Bay Windows in the south the news she's. Chief and political commentator Hello Connell. Hello Hello. Excellent. Hello to you. Hi, sue. So you probably just heard we were talking to callers listeners about the Joe Biden speech last night. What did you think of the speech? I you know what? I think he did great i. think that you know there is a standard unfortunately for Joe Biden that you're hoping he's not gonNA. Love it. He didn't flood it. I think he delivered to the best. ability that he could I gotTa tell you during this whole DNC convention I a little misty, a couple of times and I certainly was moved and felt the Joe Biden empathy that we know really exists. It's not just something they tried it out while he runs for president or run for office, and you know again compared to what? So if your choice between Joe Biden not giving the kind of speech. That Barack Obama might give might not the kind speech little Ronald Reagan might give. But when you're comparing binding to trump I, really don't think you need to worry at all about the the ability for Biden to meet the moment because I think he did and I think he after a week of I think such great television programming. I mean I I am blown away by the expertise I mean maybe we're all just desperate maybe. I don't know but I just found it to be politics. Aside I found the production values and the delivery of it to the exceptional and I think when he capped off he is he is he did what he needed to do and I think he did the job. Will you be weepy? Do think next week when the clock is from Saint Louis Saint Louis speak with their weapons drawn or not I often joke that I don't joke but I tell the truth. I don't listen to a lot of commentary or political comedy because I don't WanNa. Inadvertently steal it but I have to say the Julia Louis. Dreyfuss stole all my material. Jokes I. have put on twitter and one of them was that I expected to be crying during the RNC. Crying during the. You know one of the things that's got most rave reviews. Jared just mentioned this. As he said, you're coming up this roll-call thing I by the way. I've watched it a couple of times now not the whole thing second time but excerpts I mean the Rhode Island thing which you can describe for those. It didn't say it which is getting the most praise and for cleverness. But. There were some really touching inciteful things as opposed to that horrible thing where you go on the floor that convention and some bodies had too much to drink says the great state of Oklahoma Back and whatever did you love that or did you love that? Well, first of all I love the Olympics and my favorite part of the Olympics is watching the teams come into the stadium and I'm completely like going through withdrawal that there were no Olympic..
St. Louis Prosecutor Charges White Couple With Threatening Protesters With Guns
"Saint Louis couple trudged for pulling guns at racial injustice protest by Jim Solter of the Associated Press in Saint Louis. Saint Louis Top prosecutor told the Associated Press on Monday that she is charging a white husband and wife with felony unlawful use of a weapon for displaying guns during a racial injustice protest outside their mansion. Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner announced the charges against Mark and Patricia mccloskey, who are both personal injury attorneys in their sixties? They also face a misdemeanor charge of fourth degree assault. Gardner said in an interview with the P. ahead of more broadly announcing the charges that the mccloskey's actions risked creating a violent situation during an otherwise non violent protests. It is illegal to waive weapons in a threatening manner that is unlawful in the city of Saint. Louis Gardner, said the attorney for the mccloskey's Joel Schwartz in a statement called the decision to charge disheartening as I unequivocally believe no crime was committed. Gardner is recommending a diversion programs such as community service rather than jail time if the mccloskey's are convicted. Typically classy felonies could result and up to four years in prison. Supporters of the mcklusky said they were legally defending their one point. One five million dollar home photos emerged as memes on both sides of the gun debate. Several Republican leaders have condemned gardeners investigation including President Donald Trump, Missouri, governor, Mike Parson and Senator Josh Holly who has urged Attorney General William Bar to undertake a civil rights investigation of Gardner Parson, said in a radio interview Friday that he would likely pardon the couple if they were charged and convicted. Gardner said trump. Parson and others are attacking her to distract from their failed approach to the Covid, nineteen, pandemic and other issues. Saint Louis, like many cities across the country has seen demonstrations in the weeks since George Floyd's death, in Minneapolis, and the mccloskey's home was initially incidental to the demonstration on June twenty eighth several hundred people were marching to the home of Democratic Mayor Lyda Cruzan. A few blocks from the mccloskey's home Cruzan had angered activists spy reading on facebook. Live the names and addresses of some who had called for defunding police. The mccloskey's live on a private street called Portland Place, a police report said the couple heard a loud commotion and saw a Large Group of people break an iron gate marked with no trespassing and private street signs of protest leader. The Reverend Daryl Gray said the gate was open, and that protesters didn't damage it video posted. Online showed mark mcklusky, wielding a long barreled gun and Patricia. Clusky waving a small handgun. No shots were fired.
"saint louis saint louis" Discussed on WDRC
"Hold on hold dominator hold on I don't know about the denominator John it would you John if you want look we can wait until two or three years from now and we will know exactly what the denominator was how many people had it and how many people died from it unfortunately after awaited some period of time here's what I want to point out to you we know what the mortality rate is in South Korea and South Korea is very similar to the United States similar GDP per capita similar kind of society they have a modern first world industrial society G. capitalises ID just like ours the death rate there is only point seven percent so it's only seven times as lethal as the seasonal flu and now would you accept that number since South Korea is it's a slightly they haven't even finished with all their cases so it may go up to one but at this point is point seven what else can you base projections on than what you've already seen happen in other countries a large we have no idea how many people have the virus in this country I understand that in fact well and here's part of the problem you're absolutely right about that but can we afford to wait because right now while you're hearing that Washington state is one of the biggest outbreaks in the country there are three hundred and sixty cases I hear people saying it's only three hundred cases big deal and of one percent of them die that'll be three or four people it's de minimus it's nothing the problem is that twenty days ago in Italy there was only one case in the entire country and now more than a thousand people have died there do you want to wait until we know now we know how many people have it and we know how many people are dying of it Italy's example sixty million people one fifth the size of the U. S. population they went from zero to over ten thousand over ten thousand cases almost eleven thousand cases and a thousand people dead so when you say we have no idea we have no idea good take that went to the bank if you want to stick to that if we do nothing can I give you an example and I know I had my friend Seton motley say you can't compare this hold on you can't compare this to Spanish flu and why not well because technology is different than a hundred and two years ago he's absolutely right but the technology they use them in the technology that will slow its impact on the United States is the same it's called social distancing can I give you one example from the Spanish flu of something that was just as possible to do then with nineteen eighteen technology is today right nineteen eighteen Philadelphia go ahead it would really give me an example of ballistic larger quantities in eighteen the city of Philadelphia through a parade they killed thousands of people they ignored warnings about influenza among soldiers preparing for World War one they held a parade to send them off two hundred thousand people showed up in Philadelphia three days later every single bed in Philadelphia's thirty one hospitals was filled with sick and dying patients by the end of the week forty five hundred were dead now you say now what happened in Saint Louis Saint Louis nine hundred miles away they've already had a taste of this thing earlier in the year within two days of detecting the first cases the city of Saint Louis closed schools closed playgrounds close library's closed courtrooms they close churches work shifts were staggered streetcar ridership was strictly limited public gatherings of more than twenty people were banned St Louis had a much easier time at a much lower death rate so all I'm saying is do you want to wait till we know that the death rate is actually point eight or points seven or one point over one point one whatever it is when we know that number say in six months or a year we'll know how bad it is but in a lot of ways this is like a river that's about to flood D. a sandbag the river before the water comes over the bank or do you try to sand bag after the water is already coming over the bank if we wait till the till these cases are already exploding into public view it only took Italy two and a half weeks to see how many cases they had and realize they had a a nationwide disaster do you want America to follow the same route of course I don't want America to have the same kind of problem but what you're saying is that it takes action now before the release of the banks eight eight large so I get to say anything here sure said okay we're shutting down or shutting WNBA we're turning W. W. C. P. I think so absolutely foolish the people that are just in the last thirty seconds in the last thirty seconds we're doing what Saint Louis did because we have smart leadership at the top what Philadelphia did say forget about that influences short for the parade send the boys off to forty five and by the end of the week.
"saint louis saint louis" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Yeah. And Troy need you to, to look over first off. Check his is if you have a Breathalyzer there, and can you please check that as well, because after the Bruins lost last night, I'm a little worried about Josh is condition this morning, because I'm sure as depressed. I I'm kind of wondering if be these inebriated. He is not a knee. Reated talking to the Mike. Troy, he's not a knee reated. He looks very upset though. Even though the Red Sox did pull out a win over my Rangers. I enjoy seeing his misery over the Bruins day. Yeah. Because he lives in Boston regular season, at this point means nothing. Okay. He only goes for the championship. Right. And the fact that the Bruins eliminated I I'll be shocked by that and be just it's going on him. The whole summer that one of his teams didn't win the title. Okay. So I appreciate you a Troy checking on jayjay preach. Appreciate your showing up today at the least I could do BUSTER. I gotta show up. And I know seriousness typically capture the Saint Louis Saint Louis blues, I can't even talk Saint Louis blues tip a cap, they owned Jordan Bennington, especially great gale last night when you run into a goal like that there's not a whole lot. You can do. So the blues earned it happy for their fans. They deserve it one hundred percent I concur with everything you just said. All kidding aside man. He was unbelievable and Golez night. All right. Let's get to the news and notes of the day yesterday, Tiffany or TS David Ortiz's wife released, a statement that he's improving Marley Rivera's than such great reporting on this whole story talked to order Nunez, who spoke to David Ortiz on Tuesday, and what Nunez said tomorrow, he was David. Said to me, how are you homie? How you doing in? I replayed. Hey, it's not about how I'm doing it's about how you're doing you. Tell me in this case on Wednesday the Dominican Republic's chief prosecutor said that six suspects, including the alleged gunman have been detained in the shooting of the former Red Sox star Pedro Gomez. Of course, in MLB insider for ESPN was on sportscenter last night, talking about the case in a late afternoon. Press conference here in the Dominican Republic's, capital city. The nation's two top Justice officials laid out further details on the Sunday, shooting of David Ortiz a beloved figure in this country as well as the United States, gene, Elaine Rodriguez the Dominican attorney general said, six assailants have been captured and others remain on the run Rodriguez added that they are also pursuing who organized the entire episode. The attorney general also added interrogation. Continue. But refused to offer more details out of fear of compromising the investigation. The assured the Dominican people that everyone involved will be captured Rodriguez said, we recognize the symbolism that David Ortiz represents, and our responsibility for this case to be brought to full closure..
"saint louis saint louis" Discussed on KOMO
"A lot of the legal analysis in the report, did not reflect the department. It was the use of a particular lawyer, or lawyers, it was bar who decided President Trump did not obstruct Justice Muller said if he had confidence the president clearly committed no crime. He would have said, so Aaron Katersky, ABC news, New York. The board right supporters cheering decision by Saint Louis judge to keep Missouri's only abortion clinic open until hearing next week Kent. Martin reports from Saint Louis Saint Louis circa, judge Michael Stelter, said, he issued the temporary restraining order irreparable injury to bland parenthood, the state of Missouri had threatened to deny the clinic license only a week after governor Mike Parsons signed into law. A Bill banning abortions at the week of pregnancy to meet with Planned Parenthood criticize the governor. In a statement, governor Parsons said the state remains committed at protecting the safety of patients at all Missouri. Facilities camp. Martin ABC news, Saint Louis. The FDA held hearings Friday on health claims made about products that used ingredient found in marijuana ABC's, Andy Field reports that government experts say they don't have enough information on how effective they are cell biologist and all were telling an FDA committee that CBD found in heaven. Marijuana has helped a lot of patience. Seventy chess tumors disappeared a two year old with brain cancer, not expected to live three months now, six and a half, though, telling the FDA there aren't enough studies to prove CBD safe and effective companies wanna put it in everything from a nasal spray Ben and Jerry's ice cream. Andy Field, ABC news. Washington. Komo AAA traffic,.
"saint louis saint louis" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Dead along with the suspect this was a shooting at a municipal center in Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach police chief Jim survey. Ira says the shooter was a long-time public employees at public utilities, employees suspect under building, too. He's a longtime employee public utilities and immediately began to indiscriminately fire upon all the victims police responded engaged the suspect Avera says the such a suspect is deceased at no word if he was killed by police or killed himself. Severa says there's still a lot of work to be done in the investigation too early to say why that massacre took place. Also six people were taken to hospitals for their injuries. A judge has issued an order allowing Missouri's only abortion clinic to continue providing the service Saint Louis Saint Louis Circuit, Judge Michael Stettler ruled Friday, just hours before the Salo Planned Parenthood clinics licensed before abortions was set to expire today. The legislative deadline for the California. Simply it is to pass or reject Bill. So among those that have one assembly approval our assembly Bill three Ninety-two, which set standards for wind police can use force on a suspect also making the cut. It was simply Bill two thirty that requires law enforcement agencies to have policies and guidelines for use of force and de escalation techniques. There's a scripts national spelling reach Ambien. Yes. And there's another one and then there's another one and there's another one analyst goes down. There's apparently the national spelling is making history by crowning eight co champions. Jenner Poulsen jet repulsive reports. None of the group could be stumped after twenty rounds of spelling, difficult words throwing.
"saint louis saint louis" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast
"What's happening everybody? It is coach Brian here. With the strong bydesign podcasts, and it's a beautiful day today. And I am sitting across from somebody who is youtuber cheese. Incredible. We've been following her here critical bench for years watching her do her thing on YouTube and she's on Instagram. She's got numerous programs. She's incredible. And we just met today. This is our first I'm actually meeting, even though we feel like we've known each other because of YouTube, she's from California, but born and raised in Missouri, Saint Louis Saint Louis, and then you went to Boston. And now you're back out in San Diego. Right. So that further ado, our special guest today is Cory left. Go left go with tongue soc is from redefining strength. And if you're on YouTube and serum Facebook. Redefining strength. That's your business. That's your brand. So introduce yourself. Let our audience know who you are. And why you're here. Well, first off I I was very amused by being introduced as youtuber because I think of myself as a personal trainer Jim owner. I started working in a gym actually as a customer service rep and was at a corporate Jim and fell in love with it and wanted to train people. So I took any opportunity. I could I taught kick kickboxing and trust me. I have no experience in kickboxing. I did spin. I did anything I could just to get experienced really help people hands on because I'd been the athlete. I played division. One tennis at Boston University, actually grew up. Playing tennis my mom decided the age of three for me that it was more fun playing Barbies, so we hit the tennis court, and it became a passion and I managed to give scholarship to Boston University play there. And there was really where I sparked my interest in the fitness side of things I had some amazing athletic trainers. That showed me all the different things that were possible with fitness, and it was actually really. Trusting because allow the girls on the testing didn't wanna lift heavy, and I was like cleans let's let's get into the Olympic lifting. So I got into it there. And then I graduated thinking I wanted to still be involved with sports, and I had my public relations degree. So I actually went to enough lead a conference and started working for them. And I realized there that I was like I don't like being the fan working hands on with people like really helping people. So I actually had a a night out with Ryan who's my husband now? And I told him I was like I don't like my job one of I going to do because it had been my dream all four years. I was at school. I was like I'm going to work for this conference. I'm going to write about sports, it's going to be so exciting. And all of a sudden like six months after graduating having my dream job. I'm like, holy crap. I don't like this at all what am I going to do? And so I got that job as a customer service rep. I worked my way up became a sales manager and assistant general manager got my certification. And I started writing online, I actually started a blog. Called man bicep, which was an interesting name. What was a cold man bicep and the joke. Yes, how did how did you come up with that name? So I read a fact in a magazine, the average male bicep was I don't even remember what thirteen point five inches. And so I was like that's like the size of my by. So I have a man by set. So from there, I started writing their wrote that blog, and I actually met somebody. I all my clients, I way it's high really sort of developed my voice online, but when I moved out here, and I really wanted to get serious about business about opening my own gym about building my personal training brand Ryan told me that I could not call my gym man by said, so that was a smart move. So I started thinking about what is fitness to me. What is exercise mean to me? What is a healthy lifestyle mean to me? And that's when I got into thinking about like growing up fitness tennis had always been about empowerment, right feeling strong feeling confident feeling empowered. So that's sort of how the brand redefining strength was born..
"saint louis saint louis" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Right Bill. We'll start with the NBA playoffs. A trio of game twos. Tonight. We'll start in Toronto. And it's a quick beginning for the raptors they lead the magic twenty to ten still three minutes to play in the first quarter. Kawhi has ten of the twenty four Toronto Orlando, of course, leads the series one zip Spurs nuggets coming up in about a half an hour's time there in Denver with San Antonio leaving these leading the series one game benun, then the nightcap comes your way in about two hours thunder, and blazers from Portland Portland leads that series one game to none. All right NHL. We have four games tonight. All game fours. We could have two series enders today. The blue jackets lead the lightning three to one in the second period. Columbus leads the series three's islanders lead the penguins. Two to one of the second in Pittsburgh, New York leads that series three games to none Jetson blues coming up in about an hour's time from Saint Louis Saint Louis leads that series two to one. And then at ten thirty eastern time. It's the sharks and Golden Knights from Vegas with Las Vegas leading it to two one night baseball seventh-inning in New York Yankees lead the Red Sox seven nothing seventh-inning in Detroit pirates Lee, the Tigers three two Phillies scored ten times in the first inning against the Mets and the Phillies lead ten to two in the fourth fifth inning. In DC giants nationals tied at one fifth inning in Miami cubs lead, the Marlins tutor nothing on Jay Berman. This is the most and I am task Abel's full reaction to the trio of NBA games playoff action. Fantastic. Join us tomorrow morning. Six eastern three Pacific. Tweet us re tweet us and find out what's coming up on CBS. Sports radio at Twitter dot com slash CBS,.
"saint louis saint louis" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan
"Bill. We'll start with the NBA playoffs. A trio of game twos. Tonight. We'll start in Toronto. And it's a quick beginning for the raptors they lead the magic twenty to ten still three minutes to play in the first quarter. Kawhi has ten of the twenty four Toronto Orlando, of course, leads the series one zip Spurs nuggets coming up in about half an hour's time there in Denver with San Antonio leaving these leading the series one game benun, then the nightcap comes your way in about two hours thunder, and blazers from Portland Portland leads that series one game to none. All right NHL. We have four games tonight. All game fours. We could have two series enders today. The blue jackets lead the lightning three to one of the second period. Columbus leads the series three's islanders lead the penguins. Two to one of the second in Pittsburgh, New York leads that series three games to. None jets and blues coming up in about an hour's time from Saint Louis Saint Louis leads that series two to one. And then at ten thirty eastern time. It's the sharks and Golden Knights from Vegas with Las Vegas leading it to two one. Baseball seventh-inning in New York Yankees lead the Red Sox seven nothing seventh-inning Detroit pirates lead. The Tigers three two Phillies. Scored ten times in the first inning against the Mets and the Phillies lead tended to the fourth fifth inning. In DC giants nationals tied at one fifth inning in Miami cubs lead, the Marlins tutor nothing. I'm Jay Berman. This is the most task tables full reaction to the trio of.
"saint louis saint louis" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Earl and said he would make of the second period of telling Dave. Off the air a little bit a weird game both teams I think when they've had puck possession have been dominant at times, but Pittsburgh needs points as you were saying they're playing a a little bit more, desperate. I think. Yes. Desperate Aziz two teams are doing this little relay race down here. That's pretty cool. Captivated by that. Yeah. Yeah. You know? We knew that. There was gonna be a bump in the road for this team with such a huge lead in the division in really in a conference. I've said it the biggest challenge for this team here in this next little stretch, especially as we lead up to the February twenty fifth trade deadline is going to be can they get themselves. Motivate motivated on gap assistant enough basis to face. Some of these teams who are desperate for points. I mean, the penguins are feeling a hurricanes breathing down their neck point out direct. So you know, we saw it with Saint Louis Saint Louis with that win on Tuesday, Saint Louis leapfrog themselves into a playoff. You don't see you're gonna get that. I'm not overly concerned with the way the line, you're playing tonight. Of course, you want them to be a little more aware defensively wrap around pass forum for Victor heavens. Right. Very kinda create separation, but doesn't tie up the stick. You know, those kind of little things that's correct. Yeah. They're little things that are correctable. You wanna see them just have more aware of that? But other than that, you know, again, the attack mentality they had in the first period, not quite as much there in the second period. But I think it's more to do with the penguins and how much control the pop than the other way around. He know what has been surprising. Maybe it's not because of the history of these two teams, particularly when they play Eastern Conference finals a couple years ago is how shitty it has been the last two games. It was chippy in Pittsburgh. And it's been chippy tonight. You saw Sidney Crosby of dropped the gloves Tyler Johnson, Adam Ernie which I has only one guy. That's right. Jack Johnson out scorn throw teddy. Blueberry and Adam Ernie. Go Garrett Wilson is throwing himself around. Your clock cat is feisty..
"saint louis saint louis" Discussed on WEEI
"No, Bryce Harper for you. You already got your big guy. What exactly have Bryce Harper and Manny Machado one. It's a really good question. What what does Paul Goldschmidt one, though, the heart of Saint Louis Saint Louis is that how you say I would think it would be ST-louis's Saint Louis shins or are they gonna hear from Saint Louis? My dad is where they really upset when that football team left. I mean that was the why wouldn't they because they were bad at the time. Football. You're a giants fan. What would happen if the giants left New York at that? Would that's like asking what if Jesus left Chicago a great book, you can go to Amazon and find shirts, not Zeus? I pretty sure it's Jesus. Fred Fowler, broke that great book. I wanna read it. I can't wait for it. So you don't know firsthand that it's a good I hear from yelp reviews, and and other people in the building that it was a great books. I'm gonna echo their their sentiments great book. How many book credits are in the building? How many people wrote books in the building? How many book critics critics? Oh, I could be a critic if you could critique anything like food hotels books, you're pretty hard nosed guy. You're a reporter you get in there grinding like you got your opinions. What would you want? Critique would you want to critique radio shows for a living is that what you would wanna do or like or television shows like I feel like critics are just angry people in general about women. We don't do that on this show. Not on this show. I'll be a hard nosed woman credit. You have a girlfriend you settle down over there. I know I have to tell her how ugly all the other women on you and your obligated to do that. And you have to critique number one job. Yeah. Well, no, your number. One job is positive critique for her correct negative critique for I'm glad we settled that that was a fantastic per segment. Let's talk about caliber next. It's over the net. Message and data rates may apply health. Seriously. I am too young for hair loss. My hairline keeps creeping back receding..
"saint louis saint louis" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"Of course, you look at and you go I really like respect with this person is doing here because oftentimes we come in here, and we'll have conversations and sometimes people talk about a lack of of leadership before site. Is there anybody that you look at it? With whom you've worked or you just look at from afar, and you go I really appreciate with this, man. This woman is doing for Saint Louis Saint Louis county, the state whatever the case might be in your experiences. Yeah. Yeah. I have a great amount of respect for Eric. Schmidt tries. Yeah. Yeah. He's he's a visionary. He knows how to get things done. I have a great amount of respect for. Well. But he say this year, I have a lot of respect for a many of those elected officials that live in the city on the state level because they fight extremely hard. Bruce, Franks is a person I have respect for have a respect for. I have respect for making green a lot of respect for Megan Greece. She she really wants to try to change the the narrative here in the city of Saint Louis how refreshing is this to people running against each other. And one of the people say, I really respect this per is. I have a lot of respect for Megan now. Is it is it then awkward to then, you know? I don't know if you're butting heads so to speak where you're running against each other. Well, I I believe that I'll be more effective than Meghan green in terms of getting things down, you know. And when it gets down to it. That's what it's all about. That's right. Well for for our audience who who listens to this out telling you centered? I get more questions about I love when you have Saint Louis Centric discussions more. So than the sports stuff, which is great. It's fine with me as as a lifelong Saint Louis resident a message you would like to convey to the people who are who may be hearing hearing from you in an extended conversation for the first time, especially if those people are going or city residents and are going to be voting. I was just like them to know that I am very sincere. I believe in the city of Saint Louis, I believe that we can be better than we are right now today, I do believe that if I'm elected. For years that there would be some drastic changes in the Saint Louis area when it comes to reducing crime and neighborhood development across the city, not just portions of the city, and I think that that's what they need to know, they need to know that I've served for twelve years on the state level. I've been able to bring approximately twenty eight million dollars back to the city or education crime reduction. Re entry programs. So they need to know that I am very effective, and I'm sincere and I wanted to see a change in Saint Louis area because before too long a lot of neighborhood who have been left behind state Senator Jamila Nasheed with us here on the program state Senator we really really appreciate your time. Thanks for having me. So there it is state Senator Jamila.
"saint louis saint louis" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Series and the games here are played in the daytime instead of primetime. It could cost the league as much as eighteen million dollars in television revenues instead MLB in the cubs did something that was just unconscionable. Major league baseball told us that we were going to have to play our game somewhere else. And we ended up signing a contract to play in Busch stadium in Saint Louis Saint Louis it's inconceivable Saint Louis just happened to be the cubs archrival. The biggest shame could have ever been visited on a cub fan. Let's to have them played in Saint Louis. The late Bill Vic who by this point was a regular in the Wrigley. Bleachers was peo-. Maybe the scenario ran something. Like, this NBC said well about is they'll never win a neighbor. Alan lack was I. Rate. Why would major league baseball with all of their high price lawyers enter into a television contract with NBC ABC that call up for televising night games during the World Series. If they knew one of the twenty six teams does not have lights one might wonder what were you thinking? The clock was ticking so Commissioner Bowie Cuna compromised if the cubs made the World Series they'd lose homefield advantage, but the could play during the day in the Tober sunshine in the end. It was a moot point base. Claim. It was the stink in San Diego. Padres who went to the World Series defeating the cubs in the National League championship series. Coming up next, the final steps are taken and Wrigley. Field has its first ever night game. You're.
"saint louis saint louis" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Series and the games here are played in the daytime instead of primetime. It could cost the league as much as eighteen million dollars in television revenues instead MLB in the cubs did something that was just unconscionable. Major league baseball told us that we were going to have to play our game somewhere else. And we ended up signing a contract to play down in Busch stadium in Saint Louis Saint Louis it's inconceivable Saint Louis just happened to be the cubs archrival. The biggest shame could have ever been visited on a cub fan list to have them played in Saint Louis. The late Bill Vic who by this point was a regular in the Wrigley. Bleachers was peel. Maybe the scenario ran something. Like, this NBC's said all about is up. They'll never win a minute neighbor. Alan bore lack was irate. Why would major league baseball with all of their high price lawyers enter into a television contract with NBC ABC that call for televising night games during the World Series. If they knew one of the twenty six teams does not have lights one might wonder what were you thinking? The clock was ticking so Commissioner Bowie Cuna compromised if the cubs made the World Series they'd lose home field advantage, but the could play during the day in the Tober sunshine in the end. It was a moot point, I the grounded. It was the stink in San Diego. Padres of what the World Series defeating the cubs of the National League championship series. Coming up next, the final steps are taken and Wrigley. Field has its first ever night game. You're.
"saint louis saint louis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Review from cable ex news once again, here's Megan Lynch. Mike parson took over as Missouri. Governor your thoughts on how he has done. And if he has restored some calm to the state of Missouri since all this fell out, a resounding, I would say resounding. Yes. I I would just say the difference had governing styles between Mike Parsons, and Eric writings is so completely different. It seemed like Eric writings was a lot more hands on and a lot more. It seemed like necessarily hands off. But it seemed like he was always just always out with something always doing something always promoting something and Mike parson just at least from the perspective that we have here in Saint Louis. He he doesn't really do that. He comes here. He has meetings. Here he has met with mayors of you know, areas all around the state, including Saint Louis Saint Louis county in the other urban area Kansas City, and that's good. But he's doing it in a more reserved fashion to me, I it's refreshing given everything that we had covered up until that point public service is a privilege, and it is truly an honor to serve as Missouri's fifty seventh. Governor. My pledge to all Missourians. To work hard each and every day to bring honor integrity, transparency governor's office. We have an opportunity beginning today. Do you have a fresh start in state government? I believe now is the time for Missouri to come together. To work together. And to help one another. I will always I will always be ready and willing to listen to ideas on how state government can better position itself. To serve our families and our communities. I am optimistic. About the future of our great state. And I'm looking forward to the work ahead. He certainly is just a. Well, when I when I say down home, I'm I'm a rural Missouri, girl. I was born in rural Missouri. And so I can with this, man. He is just salt of the earth. He really is. And and not that Eric brightens wasn't air brightens. If you don't know by now, this was the big joke that we kept telling leading up to his becoming governor. Did you know he was a navy seal? We. I've got an air brightens autograph book the book one of the books that he did. He wrote I have it in my home. He's been around the world. And so a lot of that military bravado. I could see that and not bravado in a negative way. But just someone who's seen things that we most of us will never see see certainly proud of what he's done. Absolutely. And so that came across the other aspirations came across in him. But governor parson is I almost want to say that he could be in line behind me at the grocery store. He's the guy who's going to hold and not the air. Brightens would not hold the door open for a woman. But. Governor parson reminds me of pawpaw. He is just the sweetest nicest guy, I've had conversations with him that aren't news news conversations. I've asked him to get involved in various efforts that I'm involved in. And he all absolately look at that. Now, maybe is that a politician talking? He walks away and forgets what I said, I have no idea. But he knew I believe he knew coming in what he had to do that he had to restore confidence that he had to restore some sense of calm, and he had to bring. A sense of the state's values if you will whatever those are the people, but they're they're they're they do exist. He knew he had to do that. And then he was just going to do it out of the most natural part of himself. And that is what? Style. Oh. Now cable Xs Bill Brooks takes a look at the biggest players issues who'll be absent in the next year. The biggest missing player of courses governor Eric.
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"I don't know if you saw this pot. I have a big scene on their finally winning, and it's a seven game in Saint Louis. Saint Louis has petted Hagen. Lavelle. It's a great team Slater. Martin seventh game goes into double overtime. Petted has thirty eight Cousy describes petty was unstoppable. Hagan was a horse. You know, Laviolette was Newell tricks of the game, right? All these guys into hall of fame. So not that Lavelle balloons hall of fame and I don't know if you know, but but last play Boston is up. Chew. Saint Louis has the ball ninety four feet away forty seconds to go. It's in the film player. Coach, Alex Hannam six, seven puts himself in designs a play. They gotta tie. There's no three point shot. He's gonna put himself in. He puts. At the foul line. This is the play calls. It's in the film. No one knows he's going to throw a baseball pass. Hannam ninety four feet. It's going to hit the backboard. It's going to balance into pets. Hands at the foul line has thirty eight. He's gonna catch. It, make the basket. Two points tied type. So I got everyone in heinsohn's talking about this Cousy Russell Hagen padded. They're all describing it. Alexan- throws the ball, ninety four feet. It's curves. It hits the backboard. It bounces into pets hand. Pedic grabs the ball and misses the shot. And that's the story. The Celtics win their first. Then you ask LeBron James about the decision? Yeah. What did he say about it? I asked him. When did he begin to understand that the way he did that was a mistake? That's the way I phrased it. And and he said that once the season began and all the abuse that was heaped upon his teammates and his family live, that's when he began to comprehend. Oh boy, I shouldn't have done it that way, but that was a colossal mistake. The penalties don't exist anymore, nor should it, nor should it. You know, I mean, like it's an agent trying to make a lot of money, you know, not not his agent, you know, but someone someone trying to make money. I even though this film is on ESPN. I mean, they're there. They were. They were really, really big causing blame here and and they admit they admit it. I mean, it was just a, but someone describes the set in the film as looking like a hostage crisis. That's True. true. Yeah. Look like all these white kids in Greenwich, Connecticut, in the background look and someone else says you look like the set of how do you. So you have to your how duty and the one kid who was there that day Donovan Mitchell of the Utah Jazz was in Cossiga up all around. His dad worked for the Mets in and he was at the decision. He was outside of it. He was a kid running around that day. Pretty interesting. I mean, it's a, it's a really great scene and I have a whole bunch of stuff on the run including when he comes into the league in this pot. I, I didn't know the intricate details, and I mean, but but his see has a couple of teammates that there were abusive to him and made him feel very much like the outsider and limited his freedom, and it was and silence was the coach and was trying to take care of an and only when they got rid of those guys. One in particular, who's that guy talk? I forget his name, big time shooter but veteran. But once they got rid of him the next year, then LeBron was able to blossom. Today's episode of the woods pod is brought to you by.
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"Many of you who know me know, I love Saint Louis Saint Louis city and the amazing history of our area and a woman whose brains knowledge, I would like to half is Nina Harris who joins me here. Nice to meet you in person. Oh, it is my pleasure to meet someone who loves this city. Like I do. Now. Are you a Saint Louis native? I'm a yes, I am a native. I'm an aborigine. My maternal grandmother's family settled in the area during the civil war. And amazingly this the only branch from Germany, they came here in eighteen sixty four why would you settle in a city being threatened by confederate armies and come across the ocean to find this place, and they settled in Sioux lard and the first job. My great great grandfather got was planting trees in a city park. Wow. Isn't that beautiful that our Civic Leadership had so much fishing at even as they were being threatened? They said we have to enrich this place and build a better and better city. Yes. And plant some trees, so I'm trying to envision at that time. Sue lard was probably an outskirt, or at least it wasn't that. I mean, everybody kind of lived in the downtown area at that time. Right. Well, it was the. Fraction of the area. And it is now it was mostly crowded in the northeast section of sue hard. But there was more housing all the way up to show. It was that area was known as Frenchtown at that time and shadow was lined with housing. It was built by the early French, and then Germans kind of superimposed their structure structures and buildings in the neighborhood and open many clubs in that area. Like music clubs leader crosses was SU lard market open at that time Sillard lard market was there, in fact. My family's been shopping at sue lard market since eighteen sixty four and there may be a branch that was here earlier than eighteen sixty four I've just documented that side the most. Now, I'm curious when you say, they moved, you know, from Germany all the way across the ocean. And they settled in lard, do, you know, the background or the history of why why what brought them specifically to Saint Louis at that point in time. No. And it it drives me crazy that I don't know that story because our grandmother who was born in eighteen eighty three told us so many wonderful stories see on Sunday morning. She walked up to the corner to Saint cecelia's church and she went to six AM. Yes. And then she came home, and we lived in a two family flat. And that my grandmother and uncles were on the second floor, and we were in the first floor and she'd go. Up to her second floor kitchen and start baking. And we knew if we got up early on Sunday morning and went up there when she was baking we got to lick the bowls in this is after she was done, and she'd spend all all the time baking talking about what it was like to live in Saint Louis and to grow up here. And what the community was like, and she was constantly talking about craftsmanship. The quality the quality of what you did mattered. And it did not matter. If you were a washerwoman are a bricklayer you best do your best work. Whatever is the best. You can do that was what was expected of you just for being a human being. And you can see the result of that attitude in our wonderful city. Nina, Harris is my guest, and she has written a bunch of books about Saint Louis. The very latest. I have right here is this used to be Saint Louis also downtown Saint Louis, a beautiful book of pictures from the past Saint Louis parks. Holly hills unyielding spirit bohemian hill historic photos of the gateway arch enemy most unsettled state. So a lot of history there. I'm just fascinated when you mentioned that work ethic. I've lived in a lot of places I've moved around a lot and I've been here in St Louis for fifteen years now, it's now officially my home. And I I hope to stay here. I I think we're hard pressed in other parts of the country to find the kind of history and architecture and that amazing craftsmanship. Some cities have some of it or some neighborhoods of it. We have so much and I feel like people don't even grasp that craftsmanship. The locals don't. But one of my great voice is bringing around out of counters. And their jaws are just dropping is continual jaw dropping, and they keep saying my God, this is beautiful. My god. This is extraordinarily. They're totally swept up in it. But I think we have such an abundance. We are so wealthy. Sometimes when you were so wealthy and something you don't always. Appreciate it. We were lucky my family in that being a baby boomer most our are a very high percentage of our age group of our peers were raised in nuclear families in new areas. New suburbs. Whereas we were in the old neighborhood. With grandma's up and down the street who just kept sharing these old traditions with us and helping us appreciate it. But that's our challenge today is to help people. Appreciate what we have. Absolutely. I was fortunate to take a tour with the landmarks association recently of 705 olive, which my friend, Amy Gill and her husband are redoing and it's supposed to be done at the end of the year knock on wood. But that's an Adler and Sullivan building and the top of it, which I never paid attention to before because it's so high up. Yeah, we were up on the top floor just looking at that detail.
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"You know any effect that he really had you know they he that was that was pretty much it for him but the saint louis jury apparently like laughed at the rams defense which was like well if you look at the way he was running he was bound to terrorism l again based on his injury history like that was the best defense at the rams had apparently the jury like laughed at it because i think this was the because saint louis was very salty at the nfl for getting rid of the rams which is odd because i came from that market and i can tell you that the cardinals are number one and everything is second or third of the cardinals the blues were even a head of the rams even when the rams were decent under jeff fisher okay it's close to chicago i was in southern illinois all right hours from there so i know that it's it goes cardinals blues and then rams and everything else will shams left but saint louis saint louis sins sault saint louis it's you know what i'm going to know they're incredibly bitter towards the nfl and so that jury and look how messed up that la has two teams and they don't care about either one or they were good last year but this is seriously like the nail in the coffin for anything left other than trying to fill that stadium or trying to tear it down which actually i think that county still owes money on it i don't think it's paid off for another couple of years and keep in mind that thing was the greatest show on turf back in the day so but it's like the nail in the coffin for everyone's hate for stan kroenke it's just like finally it can sail away off into the abyss and be done with but twelve and a half million dollars for reggie bush's injury from the concrete warning track in the edward jones dome stan crock he's gotta pay it man take that that's a lot of money though it'd be aborted to reggie bush when you say he was only it said in the article that he was only looking for like twenty five thousand plus and somehow he ended up at twelve point four five million well that's a that's a nice parting gift.