18 Burst results for "Sam whiting"

"sam whiting" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:34 min | 7 months ago

"sam whiting" Discussed on KCRW

"Through their communities in Atlanta I'm Sam white marketplace the big challenge of the corona virus so far is something called the supply shop the idea the manufacturers can't make enough of whatever they make to supply the market we saw that with apple and its revenue warning we could two ago Microsoft as I mentioned in the numbers it makes software that is pre installed in computers made in China right it's worn sales are gonna fall many factors in Korea Sam song among them now say their supply chain problems are gonna hit output as well what's going on here is a global manufacturing model that focuses on low cost and lean inventory at every step in the process of model here to four widely praised were all the parts arrive at the plant just in time market place's got some reports now on what we have learned about the just in time model and whether the pain this time might change things the just in time model comes from Toyota which in the seventies started having car parts arrive at the plant at the moment of assembly economist Adam Slater is with Oxford economics you try to organize a delivery of them so that their lives just as you need them the final product goes out and then you get a new set of inputs coming in just for the needed for the next product to get out it became global manufacturing gospel thing is the quest for lenis and cost cutting led many companies to put all their eggs in one supplier in one country and they got burned when some disaster hit save earthquake or a pandemic Barry Lynn is executive director of the open markets institute back then something went wrong Toyota went down but every other company continue to manufacture cars today if something happens if one of those suppliers goes down all the companies go down that happened in the car business nine years ago when the tsunami hit Japan now it's electronics and China's coronavirus supply chain economist Susan helper at case western reserve says manufacturers have tried to build in safeguards but there's a lot of cost cutting in Russia to overcome purchasing managers are really intensely measured on how low their costs are so that doesn't leave a lot of room to kind of spend extra money because there might be some contingency which everything falls apart this time around she thinks the pain of over reliance.

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"sam whiting" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:35 min | 10 months ago

"sam whiting" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Jones who is one of the biggest human beings I've ever seen that woman up right in front of us before this game and he's the anchor of that front is Jones and understood the handle and got the whole but this is the adversity that Jackson was going to have to overcome now on the straw play with Cortez Kennedy yeah Cortez was in his biggest job unbelievable how big the guys in state six years in this league three twenty two is the list price now for the second forty with arms that the tail back pulls with that wide to the left and completing wanted calmly down the sideline exams with hip to hip with it and it's gonna be third down and fourteen Jacksonville and they bogged down on his opening drive at nine thirty six to go in the first Jeez and I think that's the third time we sing that match up Chris Conley matched up almost on Sam's white since quartz calmly to the sideline was trying to go vertical played very very well but that's a match up for some reason early in this game the full line yeah we haven't seen the tapes are could target at all after the couple touchdowns last week for net comes up the line to talk to the center poles on the second third and fourteen the Tennessee thirty four snap to polls waste time he looks right many get slammed down the turf three the third with his age in his second season fourth straight game with a sack for Landry all the way outside of the forty yard line the Herald Landry is that she tips the shoulder and ribs and this time.

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"sam whiting" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"sam whiting" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Laxmi saying logistical complications are emerging in the aftermath of president trump's decision to order American troops out of northern Syria which had clear the way for NATO ally Turkey to launch a massive offensive against another US ally until recently the Kurds Kurdish fighters are being given until tomorrow to clear out of what Turkey calls a security zone it its border with Syria it's part of their newly expanded presence in the region the presidents of Russia and Turkey say their forces will work together and escorting the cards out many Kurds already one of the world's largest stateless populations are heading for Iraq however he rocks military says American forces do not have permission to deploy on its territory contradicting what the secretary of defense said yesterday trump is comparing the impeachment probe against him to a lynching the truce with reviews from congressional Democrats and some Republicans here's and here's Susan Dey I think it speaks to how partisan the moment is because you have a very different reaction across the other side of the aisle you have many members of the congressional black caucus condemning that language saying it is painful and hurtful language and some even raising the question of whether the house should vote to condemn the president's words NPR Susan Davis reporting former president Jimmy Carter's hospitalized after suffering a fall in his Georgia home yesterday his third in recent months from member station W. A. B. E. in Atlanta Sam white hat has more the Carter center says the former presidents the stained a minor pelvic fracture and was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment and observation a spokesperson says he's in good spirits and is looking for to recovering at home Carter needed hip replacement surgery after a fall this spring he fell again earlier this month and got fourteen stitches the ninety five year old survived a cancer diagnosis in twenty fifteen and is the oldest living former president in US history for NPR news I'm Sam white hat in Atlanta the food and drug administration has given a green light to one manufacturer of smoke less tobacco products to market its products as a less harmful alternative to cigarettes and beer is also not reports is the first time the FDA has allowed a tobacco product to be advertises lower risk the company Swedish match makes smokeless tobacco products some of which are sold under the brand name general they look like little tea bags and containers how older that users place under their top lips the FDA's as the company may advertise its pouches are linked to a lower risk of mouth cancer bronchitis lung cancer and emphysema compared to smoking cigarettes the FDA says despite the lower risk claim it's important for people to understand that all tobacco products including these do pose a risk Alison Aubrey NPR news you're listening to NPR news live from KQED news I'm Brian white Santa Rosa police say all school walked down to been lifted in a suspect is in custody after a shooting your high school this morning a seventeen year old boy was injured in the shooting which happened near Ridgeway high around nine AM the victim was hospitalized and is in stable condition the school had been under lockdown along with Santa Rosa high and Santa Rosa junior college police say there is no threat to student safety and its students will remain on campus and continue with their classes the shooting happened at Ridgeway Avenue and Morgan street near the high school Oakland parents students and teachers protesting against school closures shut down an education committee meeting last night KQED Julia McEvoy was there.

Federal judge blocks Georgia abortion ban

All Things Considered

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Federal judge blocks Georgia abortion ban

"A federal judge says Georgia's new abortion law won't take a FAQ while it's being challenged in court the measure banning most abortions as early as six weeks into pregnancy was set to take effect next year Sam white had reports from member station W. A. B. E. judges Steve Jones says the measure likely violates previous abortion protections established by the US Supreme Court Sean young is legal director of the

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"sam whiting" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"sam whiting" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Chapter of lawlessness at the acting director of national intelligence Joseph McGuire fails to provide the complaint when he testifies before Congress this week. house Democrats want to know if trump used his influence to pressure Ukrainian leaders to dig up dirt on vice president Joe Biden a potential rival and twenty twenty the president according to multiple reports Steve cranium president to investigate Biden's son hunter who did business in Ukraine. plus he did not use the word impeachment but other house leaders say that might have to be the next stage of the reports are true NPR's Frank or doing is reporting attorneys hoping to block George's recently passed abortion law will be in federal court in Atlanta this morning Sam white head of member station W. A. B. E. reports they'll argue the new law is unconstitutional the Georgia law defines embryos and fetuses as a natural persons and bans most abortions as soon as cardiac activity can be detected in the womb that can be as early as six weeks opponents argue that's before many women even know they're pregnant supporters such as Republican governor Brian can't say Georgia has the right to restrict access to certain types of abortions the lawsuit brought by reproductive health and civil liberties groups asked a federal judge to declare the law unconstitutional they want to stop the measure before it takes effect January first for NPR news Sam Sam white head in Atlanta a new study finds economists who work for the federal government are more diverse than those who work on college campuses NPR's Scott Horsley reports researchers at the Brookings Institution look to the backgrounds of more than twenty one hundred economists to work for the federal government while most are still white man thirty percent are now women and twenty four percent a racial minorities the ranks of government economist include a larger share of women and minorities than the economics departments at colleges and universities former federal reserve chair Janet Yellen says diversity is important because if government economists were all white man their view points might be skewed and the research questions they tackle might not reflect society's priorities the share of women a minority economists the federal government has increased since two thousand ten Scott Horsley NPR news Washington the national hurricane center says tropical storm Karen is moving slowly across the south eastern carribean and is expected to pass near or over Puerto Rico the U. S. and British islands by tomorrow it could cause heavy rain. and flash floods meanwhile tropical storm Jerry is moving over the western Atlantic could pass near Vinita tomorrow night this is NPR news. the Arab block in Israel's parliament endorsed former military chief many guns for prime minister his center is the blue and white party won a majority of seats in last week's election over prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party but neither have enough support to form a government with Arab support now the ones here is to have an advantage the Israeli president is to decide which candidate to be given the chance to put together a coalition. police in Nicaragua broke up several attempted demonstrations in the country's capital this weekend protesters were calling for changes in the government Maria Martin reports. did you the protest shows hundreds of. police surrounding the gatherings of the blue and white opposition group the demonstrators said they came.

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"sam whiting" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"sam whiting" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A new stage in a letter to colleagues pull as he writes the administration will quote be entering a grave new chapter of lawlessness at the acting director of national intelligence Joseph McGuire fails to provide the complaint when he testifies before Congress this week house Democrats want to know if trump used his influence to pressure Ukrainian leaders to dig up dirt on vice president Joe Biden a potential rival and twenty twenty the president according to multiple reports Steve cranium president to investigate Biden's son hunter who did business in Ukraine. plus he did not use the word impeachment but other house leaders say that might have to be the next stage of the reports are true NPR's Frank or doing is reporting attorneys hoping to block George's recently passed abortion law will be in federal court in Atlanta this morning Sam white head of member station W. A. B. E. reports they'll argue the new law is unconstitutional the Georgia law defines embryos and fetuses as a natural persons and bans most abortions as soon as cardiac activity can be detected in the womb that can be as early as six weeks opponents argue that's before many women even know they're pregnant supporters such as Republican governor Brian camp say Georgia has the right to restrict access to certain types of abortions the lawsuit brought by reproductive health and civil liberties groups asked a federal judge to declare the law unconstitutional they want to stop the measure before it takes effect January first for NPR news Sam Sam white head in Atlanta a new study finds economists who work for the federal government are more diverse than those who work on college campuses NPR's Scott Horsley reports researchers at the Brookings Institution looked at the backgrounds of more than twenty one hundred economists to work for the federal government while most are still white man thirty percent are now women and twenty four percent a racial minorities the ranks of government economist include a larger share of women or minorities than the economics departments at colleges and universities former federal reserve chair Janet Yellen says diversity is important because if government economists were all white man their view points might be skewed and the research questions they tackle might not reflect society's priorities the share of women a minority economists the federal government has increased since two thousand ten Scott Horsley NPR news Washington the national hurricane center says tropical storm Karen is moving slowly across the south eastern carribean and is expected to pass near or over Porter Rico the US and British islands by tomorrow it could cause heavy rain. and flash floods meanwhile tropical storm Jerry is moving over the western Atlantic could pass near Vinita tomorrow night this is NPR news. the Arab block in Israel's parliament endorsed former military chief many guns for prime minister his centrist blue and white party won a majority of seats in last week's election over prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party but neither have enough support to form a government with Arab support now guns peers to have an advantage the Israeli president is to decide which candidate to be given the chance to put together a coalition. police in Nicaragua broke up several attempted demonstrations in the country's capital this weekend protesters were calling for changes in the government Maria Martin reports. the protest shows hundreds of heavily armed riot police surrounding the gatherings of the blue and white opposition group the demonstrators said they came to call.

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"sam whiting" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"sam whiting" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Is credited with helping to save the bald eagle California condors and scores of other animals and plants from extinction public health investigators are seeking the source of the legionnaires disease outbreak at a downtown Atlanta hotel last June Sam white head of member station W. A. B. E. reports that a lawsuit by a former cast claims management failed to properly maintain the hotel's water system the plaintiff says he was exposed to Legionella bacteria mom visiting the shared in Atlanta in late June and later came down with legionnaire's disease he spent four days and I see you with pneumonia like symptoms his attorney Matt weathering ten says hotel management should have done more to prevent the outbreak every hotel knows the bacteria live in its water systems that's why they have treatment programs for making sure that Legionella doesn't grow in the water systems the only way that this can happen is that someone didn't follow the procedures state health officials have confirmed to twelve cases of legionnaire's disease and one death among people who stayed at the hotel between June twelfth and July fifteenth for NPR news I'm Sam white head in Atlanta on stock markets in Asia shares are lower down nearly two percent in Hong Kong down one percent in Tokyo I'm she Stevens NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from that can and Lucy Leman foundation who appreciate that for three decades NPR has helped them to better understand the complex nation and world through its in depth coverage of events ideas and cultures and the listeners who support this NPR station.

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"sam whiting" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"sam whiting" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Like a mature man and other situations. And there was a couple of instances in there and things that you didn't even remember that were in this report. It's pretty cool. You should tweet it out if you haven't already, but that they made the Bengals decision a hell of a lot easier selecting you when they did. Well, first of all I felt that the second round there only twenty eight teams in the in the draft back then so I felt a number thirty eight, but they actually had three first round picks. Yeah. I know they had a seven sixteen and twenty eight and they took three different players one. They traded to get other picks in later years, but which turned out to be brilliant. But for me, it was pretty easy. I I wanted to go to the combine and pro I separated my shoulder in the Citrus Bowl my last game in my college career, why seniors don't play in their college game because you know, guys like. Get hurt, and I was left handed. I separated my left shoulder and go to the combine I wanted to throw to show everybody in the NFL that I could throw. So I throw I didn't throw very well. I didn't think and then Sam white. I think it was in March of eighty four prior to the draft came and worked me out at east I high school. It was cold. It was windy. It was like one of those blustery March days. And he asked me goes, you know, we could just stay in the gym. And we can throw in the gym. I said coach the Bengals play in the gym. And he said, no I said well outside and throw 'cause I didn't I didn't have anything to hide. I just wanted to show them that I was competitive, and I was willing to throw outside and inclement weather that helps your calls, and he said, I didn't realize this. But he wrote that it helped my cause because of the way through the short passes on that day because in his eyes..

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"sam whiting" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"sam whiting" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Of hand. Supply amazing now Schuler down the lane. The buzzer ghost. Technical. Technical term. Fortunate Harris breaks are coming out on the court. Davis quickly addresses the crowd trying to that. It was a fantastic basketball game Darren Oxford. A what a win for big orange on the SEC never with the one call before that you heard David Kelham losing his mind on learfield. IMG college ole miss Lewis, a seventy three to seventy one. And then the paper Cup gang showed up in full force dot hood. That court was littered with paper cups some unhappy and very disappointed ole miss fans. I got the transcript of what the coach said he grabbed the micro say you don't live in. Well. You don't live in Jackson. You live in Oxford. You don't live in starkville. You'll live in Oxford. Don't why Sam white was there. But he was there. Occasion. But you know, the fans care, but as I said before I hope you're not throwing those cups at the at the officials. That's the team that had some brain farts down the stretch. Yeah. With of course, they're gonna throw the guys in the footlocker uniforms because they're not gonna thaw, Tennessee. Although I'm sure tops got near them yet. They believe the officials stole this game from their basketball team. And they don't get Nancy w tournament play of ole miss fans going to circle this game. I'd say if we had won that game yet, and that's stolen from us. We'd be in the NC double A tournament right now. Paul Paul tomorrow. The Paul finebaum show. Be some angry ox forty ends. Speaking about their basketball team for is not the magic number when it comes to the Boston Celtics here on ESPN radio. We have to.

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"sam whiting" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"sam whiting" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Eleven minutes before the top of the hour. Sterling. We'll be in the house at six o'clock tonight, this chick Ludwig, we've got sports talk for a few more minutes, and it's a pleasure and privilege to welcome in my next guest of important fundraiser coming to town in it involves former Bengals head coach and quarterback in Sam Wyche. And Fred Hearst joins us, Freddie. How we doing man? Hey, doing good. Thank you so much for having me on what Fred. When you're writing a newspaper story, it's the five ws in the h the who what when where and why and how and man start laying them on here for the for the Salvation Army, brother. Sure will appreciate it. The Middletown area foundation army having the fundraising benefit it's going to be Tuesday October twenty third at the Christ United Methodist Church on Marshall wrote in Middletown, we're really pleased to have former Bengal coach Sam white to last coach to take for Bengals to the Super Bowl. And I think fans who responded this will be really pleased with what he has to say that a lot of discussions with him. And he's gonna talk about what it was like the building last Bengals Super Bowl team. He's gonna talk about creating the no huddle offense and the resistance that he got at the league level and not only with the officials, but the executives and some of the dirty tricks that were perpetrated on him and the Bengals. And personally, I'm looking for. Forward to hearing. Exactly what happened and that fateful meeting that him and Mike Brown head. I've always wanted to know the details of that I've ever got a firsthand account, and that's kind of personal passion with me for the past twenty years. But SAM's got a lot to say going to talk about journey with that heart transplant that he received some two years ago. And I think people really really be intrigued. So again, it's the Salvation Army Middletown area Tuesday, October twenty third that Christ United Methodist Church doors open at six thirty. They'll be refreshment served in Sam will be the featured speaker he gets most time then people won't have to endure. It a lot of other nonsense. I think that'd be great. And how much does it cost to get in, Freddie? Twenty five dollars donation anybody who who you know, feel tapped on that, you know, we'll basically take what they offer. But the suggested donation is twenty five dollars. Company doesn't have the money. You know, we want them to be able to come where we're happy to accommodate them as well. And it benefits the Salvation Army. Exactly. So the work that we do we had one hundred and fourteen thousand children this summer, our summer feeding program when the areas, you know, we we passed out food to people who need it. We help people say utility Bill, and we also help with drug and alcohol rehabilitation. Well, it sounds like a huge event in once again it is Tuesday October twenty third so working people. Find out more information, Fred they can call me on my salad five one three three to five four nine zero eight or they can Email me at my Email. It's my name backwards. I read at A O L dot com..

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"sam whiting" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions

WHOREible Decisions

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"sam whiting" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions

"I interview Jesse, we'll you guys will hear it soon at some time, her and Sam white. And we were talking about how sexual trauma has affected both of us in different ways. So we went on brilliant idiots, and I was talking about these things and talking about submission or being spit on or whatever. He's like, what kind of fucked up childhood did that up? Really a lot. But Jesse was talking about problems orgasm orgasmic because of trauma. And my was saying, I've had sexual trauma and am able to relinquish power and things like that and don't feel that. So it could be both sides. You could either really not be that sexual be very sex rate. It's not like there's this direct correlation or that we're disgusting because I'm calling someone daddy and funny thing is with the DD l. g. thing, like a lot of women used daddy, which do. Zadie actually very fatty. I honestly think daddy could be communist saying like babe during sex like, yeah, daddy harder. It really is just taking it a little bit further every some since they call their boyfriends or husbands Zadie or daddy Zadie any his, it's a thing any. No, I do. Now I do. I got a little sexy or so. So as much as like, I want to keep talking about daddy, I do. Let's we got, you know, because we got a lot call this decision. I want to call it black. Yes. Am I. We go, maybe come up with some. I have no idea because there's this. There's so much to unpack. You know what I'm saying? What's going on. So I wanna talk about your first experience. Can you tell us like how you got introduced? Okay. Yeah. Okay. So it was twenty fourteen and how I was twenty holiday now seven thirty. Okay. Guardian thirty one. So I think it was twenty seven three ago. He knew a lot of sheet has happened in three years. Fourteen, he classifies as dominant master like he's just that personality. He introduced me to it. And at first I was like, no, no, like I'm nobody. So like, I'm not calling you daddy. I'm not calling you master. Fuck you and I didn't know anything about it because I was ignorant to Bedia sim. So in my mind, I was like, okay, so you wanna tell me up and beat me what's wrong with you want to be disrespectful. Right, right. And he loves like thing. Yeah, he was like, no, that's not the case in when he educated me on it. He was like persistent. He was like, I really wanna do this with you and I'm learning. I don't know. So I was kind of standoffish for maybe like six months. I just got some info. I was not here. You know now, right? Like that's a big part of who I am like go six months without being submissive. Well, that's another story, but he like held that part out. Yes. So it was. He was like, I just really want you to try it in like six months of convincing started in like maybe February twenty fifteen. Well, even with the convincing. Clearly even when you were like, okay, you guys started out slow. We started out berries loom. What would be considered? Bonilla Bedia SM what what things did he do to start shooting Ed your way into more extreme Bedia getting into the habit of calling him sir, who and I'm southern. I'm from North Carolina. So yes, ma'am. No, ma'am. Yes, sir. That's the thing anyways. I was like, hey, but I'm looking at him like anybody. Nobody's if you watch anything or like reading, did I would you like he's sent me so many different articles and like from so many different websites and he was like, you need to read the roles like it was like ways the roles of a submissive, and I read them damn near, have them memorized almost to this point. But he introduced me with little things like, like you said, go show daddy, you know. Go into bathrooms and Kapit your show daddy, your pussy or call him sir, or let him know what I'm going to bed. It was little things like that. He could like coming out control, like leno's going to bed when I was getting up when I was going to eat what I was going to wear now, I, I'm sorry to cut you off, but I want.

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"sam whiting" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"sam whiting" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"As at the natty parcels all that now i tell you what i got incredible breaks getting credible breaks because the first year i covered the nfl i'm watching practice with paul brown the coach is sam white and sam white basically says because i'm living in the dorm with them for the summer and he basically says hey combine anytime we'll talk football so four or five times we sat in his room until midnight you know talking football and the two guys on that team boomer esiason and chris collins worth there were two phones in the dorm at wilmington college in nineteen eightyfour there's eighty players so after practice you know there's a lying to use the phone i had a phone in my room in few guys knew that and assias in collins worth used to come down to use the phone and that's how it was repeat that you know that was eighty eight yeah so those two you got the newsday so you and then you had parcells you need these books i got a cup so how how did you first pair with mike francesa how did mike and the mad dog happen well peter peter pietsch franklin's contracts status allowed to do with it longtime sports talk show host w e in cleveland who had come the wfan inception ity seven one of the worst fits in in radio history about and ahead and had terrible he wanted a lot of money on a new renegotiated deal nfl didn't give it to him so that created an opening mike was working day before i was i came in with the i miss clue and as a result of that mark mason had that you know thought process and a summer of eighty nine director yet that's put the two of them together so we began in layer day eight nine years that's pretty amazing i was only twenty nine years of age and i was working in jacksonville in eighty four so five years before that i was doing sports talk in jacksonville florida on a dog.

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"sam whiting" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"sam whiting" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I feel like that's never going to happen again mike i'll tell you this how old i am i covered my first draft in nineteen eighty four i was a writer in cincinnati and i covered the bengals and the day before the draft happened i went into interview sam white coach the bengals and i said hey sam i want a little bit of help on who you might draft well obviously in those days there was no no internet no no no anything and so i could write a story in the cincinnati inquirer that people in cleveland and new york in l a unless they got on the phone and and you know and and read my story nobody would know what i was writing in these other cities sam white told me basically yeah in the first round we're gonna take they had three ones that year he said in the first round we're gonna take ricky boomer esiason and brian blade house and white literally they ended up taking ricky hunley brian lados in the first round and then boomer in the second and he went through the whole draft and i wrote it and my boss looked at me like oh my god i just hired somebody to cover the team of walks on water and i said i just ask the coach who they're going to pick and he told me yeah nothing nothing like that now because everyone is guarded in anything everyone says instantly is out there and when it comes to the quarterbacks you know i'm starting to send separation between baker mayfield josh allen sam darnold josh rosen there's a belief that rosen maybe slides what do you make of the conundrum that is josh rosen i think it is a total huge pile of crap it makes me it it gets me kicked off in stronger language than that because and i wrote this at the time mike i believe that josh rosen has been the victim of a whisper campaign and you know three scout starts thinking well you know maybe he doesn't love football he's got all these other interests he wears the anti trump had to play golf he puts a hot tub in his room he's a loose cannon he's this i.

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"sam whiting" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"sam whiting" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"Sam white i was covering the cincinnati bengals and sam white set me in his office about two o'clock in the afternoon he says okay get your pat out and he told me everybody they were draft in round by round and an incredibly like i got seven guys the next day my sports editor i walked into the office the day after the draft and i mean he wanted to kiss me he goes oh my god you're unbelievable how'd you do that and i said the coach don't me he told me every pic i wanted to twenty one i was covering the broncos and i talked to one of their staffers and the staffer gave me like literally every guy that they like every round and then we're talking to the great jim saccomano vice prison jim would you know he'd always call what do you know what do you know that's real jim here's what's happened today in the first round you're gonna take really middlebrooks in the second round you're going to take wish that guy that they took in the second as defensive totally esi around reggie hayward literally laid out to a man by rally guys that they were considering and so all of a sudden the draft is getting ready to begin that morning at eight am mountain time today i'm east coast i'm who's back in the day when saturday and mike shanahan summons meeting his office to explain how i had until age these guys in each of the rounds and it was very uncomfortable obviously protect my various people peter like to explain you know where you're going to be names from the coaches don't like to know that the information that's.

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"sam whiting" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"sam whiting" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The traffic leader pc the us to be a sixday forecast calling for partly to mostly cloudy skies throughout the afternoon today highs in the upper 50s to the mid 60s tonight looks clear but breezy with lows in the mid forties sunny and breezy tomorrow highs in the upper 50s to the low 60s and we'll get a lot of sunshine throughout the workweek with highs generally in the lower 60s we've got traffic and weather together on the it's an allnews one of six nine and am seven forty kcbs kcbs news time twelve twenty one tonight cnn begins a series on the berkeley kidnapping that made headlines around the world in the 1970s the radical story of patty hearst looks at the incredible events that turned a newspaper heiress from hillsborough into the most wanted fugitive in america so for more we're joined now in the case cbs news line by san francisco chronicle feature writer sam whiting thank you so much for taking a few moments to talk to us we cap if you would the basic nuts and bolts of what happened in the patty hearst story for anybody who wasn't in the area or maybe even too young to remember okay well prepared or or patty hearst and her fiance steve leeper living apartment dot in the south side of the berkeley where they were both uh students and uh i think we seventh uh pm the doorbell rang at she opened at seventy said they had a car breakdown uh incapable of your club ask got people who they threw in the trunk of a car it started a fiveyear ordeal occur first of all a tip that beckham that everybody was searching for went over to the side of her kidnappers it became an armed terrorist in the struggle of the symbian these liberation what could we learn from something like this cnn series that starting now all of these years later will up of the one thing you learn has all the lurid details of how the actual kidnapping was carried out because uh bill harris who was the guy who quit patty hearst than the pronk basically describes how they did at all and that's kind of rare a crime serious ethnic also got the.

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"sam whiting" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"sam whiting" Discussed on WCTC

"All right welcome back to the rich eisen show police to have here to my right long time head coach of the cincinnati bengals as well as the tampa bay buccaneers and a man who's here in southern california because he was part of the tournament roses parade rotting the donate life rose parade float good to see you sam white shall you sir i'm doing fire we had a great time at the rose parade and the one the theme awards so is that right i did not know that uh celebrating a victory for that but it's a a time where everyone omit flow was either a donor or recipients n i'm a recipient your recipient you have somebody else's heartbeat and sided or got to somebody did kept took care of himself kept this hard strong for me uh signed up when you were to the driver's license bureau who the dmv and said put that will ensue signi on their beiber die for some reason car wreck or whatever i want my organs donated and i got the heart and it was really say that had to be there a first responders military gone athlete somebody very strong i was seventy one when i got the heart transplant 72 now and i'll be 73 by the next time i interviewed by you because this next week for me but anyway high naya he gave me a good strong hard and i wrote actually fifteen miles on a bicycle three weeks in five days after the bounce i give the doctor's word carolinas medical center in charlotte north carolina and how strong this hardest okay well law move i want to make sure that we by the end of this conversation make sure that everybody understands what it means to donate and how they can do that out he which sam why cheer on.

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"sam whiting" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"sam whiting" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The quest male heirs assets was there eighty the was there any doubt in your mind that sam cedar was ridiculing those who would be forgiving of a child rapist because of his artistic achievements but there any down in your mind that oh much doubt and not that's why email and for comment in asked what the hell is this and i don't blame you i i think you're lying to me i bottle you'll have to believe me or not that that's your thing but do people believe that i really think people should go rape people the media says oh serna mitch plans you know people squat rate well if the media's going to say that about me then how dare anybody in the media say they think lying how dare people in the media who call everybody nazis still lies they amount right sam white sam this how dare anybody in the media ever call me a liar when they lie about people on the right every day so enjoy that a world where people are going to mischaracterize you let me give you an example sample of a published statement that is indicting on its face that is not open for other interpretation that is smoking gun evidence of depravity and it concerns what to do the day after you have date rape someone quote all i know i've never say date rape i've said both haunt air midi hawes recalled knowing your wang now let me flying my if you think merck and i love you the note let me quote you are listening right now we review the glow mischaracterized what said flood is that right now you're not running i'm not going to mcleish one has a you'll conversation we can if you live going through direct quo and we're not going to stand up for that mike i'm going to have your thoughts you're fraud this call is over i'm going to post the audio obviously because people for quarterback i'm going to read you a direct club ussaudi times.

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"sam whiting" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"sam whiting" Discussed on WGTK

"Bye white sam white used to coach the cincinnati bengals right i pretty and he's in retirement now right he had a heart transplant and he has weighed in i just got an email from jane roe below who is the wonderful wonderful news anchor of out of us south carolina she was on cbs morning show for years and just a neat neat she's uh she's an upstate south carolina treasure and she forwarded an email over some quotes a reporter in greenville did a piece about heart health that interviewed coach 'wij and here are the reporter tim waller asked coach 'wij about the nfl controversy and here were some of his comments these are direct quotes from coach sham wage he goes let's slow lee said let's don't care ourselves this is an anti trump movement i've asked some players what are you protesting what are you want they say i dunno understanding with my teammates coach why shed in every player's contract it says you will respect fully stand during the national anthem and violation of this is conduct detrimental to the league and deserving of a fine he also went on to say we've got some gutless people plain big time football and getting paid for it coach wife also said i think it's peer pressure that's causing players who would normally not protest to take part the sad part is it's spread to colleges to high schools to youth teams they want to be like the pros so they're going to do what they do and coach why she is completely correct these guys want to be like these nfl players don't kid yourself these nfl players are role models it's sad but it's true so you know it is what it is the countdown is on demolli the move is six days away for this inspiring true story of charles molly an orphan who became a millionaire sold everything to rescue over twelve thousand orphans i got a chance to see the movie the other night in a screening and it was showing cooperation will bring some tina brick brings so much tissues urging kleenex with you because you're gonna you're going to shed some tears a really of joy to of.

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