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"san antonio" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"Let me go with another column from San Antonio, just and you got, I'm not just picking these are the college that have called in from San Antonio. This is all of the college of the column from San Antonio. And I'm just going right down the line. Let me go with Jim from San Antonio. Hey, Brandon, you know, I'm not much of a singer, but I'm a very good conservative and you are preaching to the choir and they are absolutely right. You see Antonio is our crime capital in San Antonio. As a city is run by Democrats, the worst of them are from east San Antonio. And I won't comment on their race. It doesn't matter. They're Democrats and they run their cities into the ground like all Democrats do. And I don't want to generalize that, but I can't think of an example either where that's not true with a Democrats or control and they have some kind of Paradise. So Diego, he was blowing smoke. He's living in the highest crime area of San Antonio. They do have bars all over the windows. They have the highest major crime rate. They have the highest auto theft rate. And it's a dangerous place to go and you don't go there after hours. You don't go there during the day for long periods of time. You just stay away from these San Antonio. And there are probably some really good people that live there that want to change it, but they keep voting for these Democrats that run them into the ground. So you're preaching to the choir here. And I'm just glad to have you on the. And by the way, you talk very highly, a very good prominent successful black people like Larry elder and Candace Owen and doctor Ben Carson and the whole 9 yards are the list goes on. You're a good man. You identify them and you identify the losers in the slugs and it doesn't matter what color they are to you. But I know you're coming from a place that you've seen it firsthand. I grew up in Los Angeles and I was I was in a minority school and LA unified school district and I saw the gains in the violence when I was a kid there. And so now you're blocking up the right tree here, I'll tell you that. And God bless you, our hope is eyes open up one day. Jim, thank you so much for calling in. Hey, listen. I wouldn't be saying this if I didn't believe it. I didn't see it with my own eyes. And it hurts me because like I say, my grandmother still live in the hood in Eastwood. You know, and my grandmother can't read. My grandma was raped and she had my mama at 12 years old. Three of my family was doing life in prison. My great uncle got out because of Donald Trump's first step act. My other cousin is still in prison. He'd been in that 20 years. My other uncle and these are my great uncles and my mama didn't have any siblings. He went to prison for life. He got 25 to life. He robbed a convenience store, grandma got it on tape. He robbed a convenience store in front of the world through the money at the cash rest after at the car when he was flying. He ended up getting 25 to life. And we know, as a family, we know how bad our uncle was. Everybody was
Mitch McConnell Speaks Out Against Trump Meeting With Nick Fuentes
"Let me just play a clip from Mitch McConnell. His arch enemy, in the Republican Party. Listen to what he has to say about what happened with Donald Trump meeting and ended up in a meeting with Nick Fuentes, roe clip one. First, let me just say there is no room in the Republican Party. For antisemitism or white supremacy. And anyone meeting with people advocating that point of view in my judgment for highly unlikely to ever be elected president of the United States. I can just see his chant flapping. Brother father, and I'm horror. I can't stand these people, man. They all fake. Like, I don't expect people to come out and disavow anything. You don't have to come out of this. Nobody gonna make me come out and say, I'm against racism. Shut up.
America's Progressive Problem
"A three three share 24. That's a three three SHA 24 8 three three share 24. The officer Tatum show. Ladies and gentlemen, gentlemen, ladies, welcome back to the oscillator show. My whole stance on whether or not this country survives or fails whether or not it's getting worse or getting better is predicated upon ideology. You know, when people like Nick Fuentes and other races, folks come out and say that the country is better because of white folks exclusively, I think they forget about liberals. The most the most destructive person on Planet Earth right now is to me white liberals. The most destructive group of a mentality is progressives that are white. Because you have access to one of the greatest experiments ever, you know, I would say ever presented to mankind. America is the greatest place to live ever. And it could be much better than it is. But you have people in our country that are absolutely deranged, where they want to turn back everything that we've built in this country because of their lack of knowledge and hatred of God. I just wish people will acknowledge the only reason we are here because the people who came here believed in God and they were not perfect, but they had a concept about God that led us to this point,
The Big Lie About 'Great Replacement Theory'
"Let me get back to finishing up my thoughts on the replacement theory. Some people believe that it's because of the color of your skin, which I think is an absolute most stupid thing that I've ever heard in my life that somebody believes that because you're black, you're dumb. You know, and it's a concept that I think people generalize others with. Like, for instance, if you're Kanye West, and some Jewish people screwed you over. They don't mean that every Jew is like this. That just means the people you mess with. Screwed you over and you have a disdain for them. Same thing with I know some black people that have done me wrong that have said the most hurtful evil things to me. Does that mean that all black people are like that? No, it doesn't. That just means these people are like that. The same thing when it comes to crime. Yeah, black people commit disproportionate amounts of crime in this country. It's not because they're black. It's because of culture. Because black people who follow the law and who are not engulfed in that culture, they are not out here killing and stealing and drug dealing. That's just the way it is. People who come to this country that are from India that are from Africa that are from, I don't know, Saudi Arabia, whatever you want to say these people are from the Middle East. People come to this country. Some people that migrate here that are brown, they do well. Why do they do well? It's not because the color of their skin is because they have adopted the American Dream.
Kanye West Believes Jews Are Attacking Him
"Let me get to what I'm saying. Kanye West has said some things and brought to light some things that most people are afraid to say and that are true to some degree. Now, the whole Jewish thing, I'm not talking about that. I'm talking about other points of contention about fatherlessness and the black community about the music industry. All of these things have some truth in it. But they discount what he said because he say crazy things sometimes. And things that I think are ridiculous. However, on temple show, and we got to a short clip of it. But tempo is a podcaster. He got probably one of the biggest podcasts on YouTube. And he brought Kanye on there. Milo yiannopoulos, who's, they banned him on everything. He used to be a pretty big gay conservative. Now I think he's not gay anymore. At least it's from his mouth. He said he's not gay anymore and he changed his life or something like that. And now he's kind of Kanye West's campaign manager or I call him Ye west's campaign manager. And then Nick Fuentes, and I'll talk about Nick Fuentes the other day. That kid is clearly a racist. He's clearly a racist. He don't even care about saying he's a racist or not. The only reason he's around Kanye who's black and he's white is because it's clout. He don't think black people are very smart and a while. He's on video. I saw a video today I shared with one of my friends who claimed to like Nick Fuentes. I shared a video. He dropped the N word right on there. And then said, oops, I'm sorry that slipped out. And he literally says that black people are dumb and educated. As if they're dumb in an educated and it's because only the color of your skin makes you a dumb and uneducated person. I'm gonna get to that in a minute. But I'm gonna play the clip of Kanye walking off of the podcast from Tim Poole because Tim pool refused to say that it was Jewish people that were attacking him. I believe that's the clip we have. Go to clip too. Been extremely unfair to you. Who is they, though? We can't tell you they is, can't we? I'm not using I don't use the word as the way I see you guys. I'm sorry. It is them, though, isn't it? I mean, because when you think about it, consider it. In 2018 what do you mean it's not? What do I mean like, okay, so how about you leaving? Are you afraid of the press? He's on. So he gets up and walks out because he said they have been unfair to me. Tim poo said, I agree, they have been unfair to you and he said, who is they? And Thimphu wouldn't say who Kanye believes is that. And so Kanye walked out. Is this a good look for Kanye now?
Kanye West Abruptly Leaves Tim Pool Podcast
"I want to talk about Kanye West walking off the set. At the temple show. Why do I think that Kanye situation is important? Because this is an interesting dynamic and trajectory into our political climate that I honestly believe that's going to have a tremendous impact moving forward. I think it's going to be some crazy impact. Let me just say this. And Kanye West has said a lot of brilliant things that make a lot of sense. That's real. But with Kanye West do other stuff, it kind of suppressed the things that, you know, he has said in the past that are absolutely 100% true. If you don't think that there are, and you can say whatever you want to the people that's doing it. But if you don't think the music industry is controlled, then you've got to be kidding yourself. If you think about this for a minute, I want you to I want you to consider this. Tell me how this makes any sense. That rappers like Kanye and others can say the N word a million times on their rap songs. And nobody will bat it on. They can brag about killing other black men. And nobody bats an eye, it's not violating any policy, it's not taking off the radio, they can literally degrade black women on their music, 24 hours, 7 days a week. It will get played on the radio, they have music videos, YouTube will never take that down.
Morant, Bane help Grizzlies beat Spurs in overtime, 124-122
"John morant and Desmond baine each scored 32 points Devin bassel missed a three point attempt at the buzzer and the Memphis Grizzlies beat San Antonio one 24 one 22 in overtime Wednesday night The grizzlies opened the extra period with an 11 to two run before San Antonio reeled off 8 straight to pull within one Moran hit one of two free throws that proved to be the difference Every player on his team every coach on the staff you know no you know when it's that time that I want the ball in my hands and you know I love having that pressure on me you know what I go do I just take what the defense gives me and try to get us a win But sell and yaka purtle paste the spurs with 22 points apiece Roy Flores San Antonio
Edwards scores 34; Wolves beat Spurs 134-122
"Anthony Edwards dropped in 34 points and back up jail and Noelle at a 23 in the Timberwolves one 34 one 22 downing of the spurs Edwards had 16 points by halftime highlighted by 5 three pointers The wolves were 20 of 34 from downtown and led by as many as 17 in the second half Carl Anthony towns chipped in 21 points to help Minnesota bounce back from Monday's loss to San Antonio Calvin Johnson finished with a team high 27 points and Doug McDermott added 19 for the spurs Both teams are three and two I'm Dave ferry
Ex-Texas cop charged for shooting teen eating hamburger
"A rookie San Antonio police officer has been fired and arrested after shooting and gravely wounding a teenager earlier this month San Antonio police say 25 year old James Brennan has been fired and arrested charged with two counts of aggravated assault by a peace officer for shooting 17 year old Eric cantu who was in his car eating a hamburger in a McDonald's parking lot In body camera video Brennan opens the car door and tells Ken two to get out Car drives backward door open the officer fires multiple times He continues to shoot as a car drives away In a statement through their lawyer cantu's family says he is unconscious and on life support I'm Tim McGuire
Why Did Alejandro Mayorkas Previously Visit San Antonio?
"You see he recently did something That flew under the news radar That is outside of officials within San Antonio In August Mallorca's traveled to San Antonio for a round table In which he happened to praise the city's handling of migrants Now what is it that San Antonio just happens to be doing that is just so spectacular so worthy a bean price Oh look at this They opened a migrant resource center A migrant resource center oh and this is oh yeah It's federally funded Huh Okay so we have a federally funded migrant resource center in San Antonio Now what is the center do Citing the intended purpose from the San Antonio report Migrants are now brought directly directly from the U.S. Mexico border straight to that center And what does this center do once it gets them Oh look at that It feeds them And shelters them And it transports migrants seeking asylum
Sheriff Javier Salazar: The Facts of the Case so Far
"This is this Texas sheriff. Javier Salazar, he is known as a sort of a progressive activist sheriff, law enforcement all over the country despises this guy. I don't know why. I don't really get into that. I've gotten a lot of email and text messages from police officers and sheriff's deputies who can't stand this guy because of his activism. And sure enough, true to form, now apparently he wants to criminally investigate the Florida governor Ron DeSantis. We are opening up a case with an investigation with regard to the suspected activities involving the 48 migrants from Venezuela that as we understand it at this point. The facts of the case at this point are that on Wednesday, September 14th here in bear county and the city of San Antonio, our understanding is that a Venezuelan migrant was paid what we would call a bird dog fee to recruit approximately 50 migrants from the area around a migrant resource center on San Pedro here in San Antonio. As we understand it, 48 migrants were lured, and I will use the word lord. Under false pretenses into staying at a hotel for a couple of days, they were taken by airplane at a certain point. They were shuttled to an airplane. Where they were flown to Florida, and then eventually flown to Martha's Vineyard. Again, under false pretenses, as the information that we have, that they were promised work, they were promised the solution to several other problems, they were taken to Martha's Vineyard from what we can gather for nothing for a little more than a photo op video op. And then they were unceremoniously stranded in Martha's Vineyard.
Tucker Carlson: Memphis Is Falling Apart
"A hundred years ago Memphis was one of the richest best organized cities in the country that had a booming economy. It had beautiful municipal parks a lot of them more than a hundred. It had one of the most modern sanitation systems in the world, something we take for granted now, but when yellow fever was real, no one took it for granted. Memphis was such a big deal that, in fact, was the informal capital of an entire American region, the Mississippi Delta. But not anymore. In fact, by the last year, if you went to Memphis, it was hard to believe that any of that had ever been true at any point because by that point and now Memphis had become a husk and a highly threatening one. In 2021, according to federal statistics, Memphis Tennessee was the most dangerous city in the United States. Last year it recorded a total of 342 murders. Now how many is that? Well, by comparison, San Antonio, Texas, which has more than twice the population recorded fewer than half as many murders. So by any measure at all, Memphis was absolutely falling apart.
JJ & JP Discuss Sam Bennett's US Amateur Win
"Same bit was the U.S. ambassador in the history of the world. Probably the cocky ist college player we've ever seen. I love that about them, though. I love that. That's why he's good, but what do you make of the week of golf that we got? No, Sam, first of all, let me just say we love Sam Ben and I remember when you were you did your loop at San Antonio I think you got a sponsor exemption and he was there and we obviously both MC hammer and he was deleting beers with his voice. So he's FTP guy. Here's my whole deal, dude. Like I know that it took a hot second for him on a few shots, but I've never been in a USM final. I want a couple matches one year and it was pretty nerve wracking. I couldn't imagine I couldn't imagine the pressure, right? So it's like, as a fan, I get why guys are upset or when everybody do, these kids are like 20, 21, 22. That's pretty cool shit.
City near the scene of school shooting revokes gun show deal
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the Texas City that was the scene of a school shooting in May revokes a gun show deal The ivaldi Texas City council has voted to rescind a deal that would have allowed a gun group to hold a fundraising event in a city owned hall Ivaldi is where 19 children and two teachers were fatally shot at rob elementary school on May 24th The city council voted four one Monday to rescind a rental agreement with Friends of the NRA an angry crowd had denounced the event which would have included the raffle of a semi-automatic rifle similar to the one used by the 18 year old gunman in the school attack The San Antonio express reported the group has held similar events in the hall for about 15 years I'm Mike Gracia
Study: Millennials didn't stray far from where they grew up
"A new study finds millennials are sticking closer to home Young adulthood is when Americans are most likely to move away from their hometown But by age 26 more than two thirds of millennials still lived in the same area where they grew up according to a study by Harvard University and the U.S. Census Bureau 80% were less than 100 miles away among those who do leave their parents commuting zone New York Los Angeles Washington and Denver continued to be popular Atlanta was a choice of destination for many young black adults while young Hispanics were also drawn to San Antonio and Phoenix The study echoes other data showing an overall decline in mobility in the 1950s 20% of U.S. residents moved each year That figure is down to 8.4% Jennifer King Washington
2 men indicted over deaths of 53 migrants found in back of trailer
"Two Texas men are indicted in the heat related deaths of 53 migrants A federal grand jury indicting truck driver homero zamorano and Christian Martinez on a number of charges in the deaths of 53 migrants and heat related injuries to more than a dozen others found packed inside a hot airless tractor trailer rigged last month on a remote road in San Antonio Convictions could result in life sentences for the pair The U.S. attorney's office could also authorize prosecutors to seek the death penalty The 53 dead were from Mexico in three Central American nations It is the deadliest known smuggling attempt in the United States San Antonio has seen two previous similar incidents ten people dying while trapped in a trailer in 2017
CNBC Study Shares Best & Worst States to Live In
"It's so funny to see the left pretend that blue states have it all going on. Have you noticed that? That it's all going great with blue states. And everything's fine. CNBC showed a study or did a study with the CNBC ten worst states to live in. And it was like South Carolina, Texas, all these great states where people are flocking to avoid the catastrophic policies of Democrat governors and mayors and district attorneys, I got an email last night from JR and San Antonio. He said, Mike, I was intrigued by the CNBC article you wrote. Are you discussed? So I did some research on CNBC's worst states to live in report, they also did a ten best states report. And they were Iowa ten Oregon 9 New Jersey 8, Nebraska 7 Washington state 6 Minnesota 5 North Dakota four Hawaii three main two and number one Vermont. JR said it shouldn't be a surprise. That these are states that have very small minority populations. There ain't a lot of black people living in Vermont. Now since diversity and inclusion were used as two of the criteria in the rankings, 8 of the ten states that CNBC claims are the best states in America to live in. Have 85% or higher white populations with four of the 7 being 94% white.
Our Country Is in a Really Bad Spot...
"Country's in a really, really bad spot. And I think the reason really comes down to this, you have a bunch of inexperienced people that you know, Joe Biden has been in Washington, D.C. forever. Sure, but he still lacks experience in the he doesn't have the executive chops that one would need to be the president of the United States. He doesn't have the leadership chops. He doesn't have the get up and go that maybe a younger person might have, not that I'm an ageist, but you know the guy's 79 years old. And so all these things combined, their problem. But you see, it's not just him. The team around him is really, really lacking. I mean, heck, you got speech writers that are writing total blunders and Joe Biden's speech and San Antonio. Doctor Jill, that really offending a lot of people. If you watch yesterday's podcast, you heard what she said, which included the Hispanic community coming out. The journalist association saying, hey, wait a second. We're not tacos. It's a rad tag team. And I suspect the real reason for it being so poorly performing comes back to this. And that's that nobody there has actually had a real job like ever. On average and my friend, The Economist Steve Moore, over at the committee to unleash prosperity, did an analysis of this. He and his team, they looked at the education and the professional backgrounds of all the people in The White House in the administration right now. And what they found is all the top people have, on average, two, maybe two and a half years of actual work experience. Think about that. All these people, they come from academia and law and politics. They haven't actually had real jobs or run businesses. And I think that is the main differentiating factor between what you saw in the Trump administration and what you see now.
Jill Biden Refers to Latinos as 'Tacos'
"Yet. I want y'all to hear Jill Biden. You know, it's funny that left this in these Democrats, always calling somebody a racist, but they the most racist people that you can ever imagine. Jill Biden compares Mexicans to tacos. Now, I'm going to tell you this in reality, this doesn't bother me, but based on their logic, they're promoting what we call racism. Let's play clip one Joe Biden. Raul helped build this organization with the understanding that the diversity of this community as distinct as the bogus of The Bronx as beautiful as the blossoms of Miami and as unique as the breakfast tacos here in San Antonio.
"san antonio" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Somewhere from Mexico, Guatemala, and Honduras. Chief Charles hood of the San Antonio fire department says the victims were tragically left for dead. The patients that we saw were hot to the touch. They were suffering from heat stroke, heat exhaustion. No signs of water in the vehicle. It was a refrigerated tractor trailer, but there was no visible working AC unit on that rig. Temperatures in San Antonio reaching 102° the day they were discovered. San Antonio police say three people are in custody, but added, it's not clear if they're connected to the investigation. On a lighter note, the Astros coming off their four game split with the Yang's taking on the mets at city field, the year 77 WBC's Kevin Perez. That's right, bob, the Houston Astros are playing in Queens this time around to play another two games against the mets in an hour, these two met last week in Houston where the Astros took care of business in both contests. This will be their last series of the regular season. The Yankees were off against the a's in an hour as well from The Bronx and from Wimbledon just now Serena Williams has been eliminated from the tournament after losing in a three set thriller, including a super tie breaker in the first round. This is her first match in a year. Notable winners today were coco Goff. Stefano city pass and Rafa Nadal. For 77 WBC sports, I'm Kevin Perez. Thanks, Kevin. You're a forecast in the Ramsey miles, the weather center tonight partly cloudy lows in the mid 60s tomorrow sunny, high 85. Right now, 77°, mostly sunny outside the midtown studios. Checking the price of precious metals, gold 1819 93 down two 68. Silver 20.85 down 0.31
"san antonio" Discussed on WTOP
"To the wizards losing to the San Antonio spurs in double overtime one 57 one 53 wizards led by Kyle Kuzma He had 36 points as wizards now fall to 27 and 32 on the season They turn right around they face a Cavaliers in Cleveland on Saturday night Capitals will be in action on Saturday afternoon visiting the Philadelphia flyers Now after the loss of the rangers on Thursday night and a practice on Friday cap star Alexander Ovechkin issued his first comments following Russia's invasion of Ukraine he said we have to live in peace please know more war against capitals visiting the flyers on Saturday afternoon Marilyn women winners over Indiana 67 64 in a battle of top 15 teams and Major League Baseball's canceled three more days of spring training early as they could get going as March 8th of course they got to get a deal done as the lockout continues Wizards fall in double overtime one 57 one 53 to the San Antonio spurs Frank Han ran WTO sports All right thanks Frankie 1246 Here's what's happening this morning CBS News special reports We are fighting for our country on absolutely every front That is what Ukraine's president tells his nation as Russian troops tanks bear down on the capital Kyiv CBS Charlie dagda is there People are being told how to make molotov cocktails 18,000 guns have been handed out to citizens He said we can not afford to lose the capital U.S. ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas Greenfield tells the Security Council before voting on a resolution condemning Russia's aggression against Ukraine Responsible member states do not invade their neighbors They do not commit violence against their neighbors just because they have the ability to do so That is the entire purpose of our international system Russia vetoed the resolution 11 of the 15 members voted in favor with China India and the United Arab Emirates abstaining CBS News special report I'm Jennifer Kuiper.
"san antonio" Discussed on The Daily Dive
"What would propel this. I guess you could say to higher courts up to the supreme court where would ultimately really have to get hashed out to kind of come down on this. I mean could both of these things get thrown out. The doctor already admitted that he did perform the abortion. A lot of questions at this point because these are the first cases that we've seen under this law so i don't know if we know super well. What the level of proof is going to be for. Establishing what abortion did occur and then which of these cases will move forward if they both continue to move forward both of these gentlemen are representing themselves. They don't have more established attorneys handling them right now. And so because we haven't seen this before it's hard to know exactly how these cases are going to move but it does seem to be this sort of interesting situation of the law working almost the way it was designed to work with just sort of joe citizen suing. Someone he thinks might have performed an abortion. I mean you got some statements from the texas right to life organization when the from their legislative director. They haven't sued anybody at and there's kind of even being cautious with this. Also they said you know we don't really know all the details of this particular case you know when exactly was the abortion performed if they had detected a heartbeat yet So even you know some of these Antiabortion groups are being really careful with this. Because as i mentioned you know the ultimate goal of all these legal challenges is got to be to get it to the supreme court to put like a final decision on all of this. Yes and usually when you have that happen..
"san antonio" Discussed on KTRH
"Dallas, San Antonio Austin, Houston. Galveston. And the problem is, I don't like answering that question, because it gives you the impression Dad. I'm all over the place, and it's a specific strategy. It's really not. It's because I know really good people in those towns and I give them my money and they go invest in those sounds. If Andrew, you're asking, where should you invest? And you live in. Let's see Katie. Katie, which is just west of Houston. You know, we're the best place to invest for you is Katie. See, speculators are always trying to pick. Hey, what's the best place to invest? Where do I go? How do I predict the future and things like that? Well, we don't do that. I can go into any town anywhere in the United States any marketplace and make money. Can also go into any town anywhere in the United States and lose money. The problem is It's the grass is greener on the other side of the fence concept. People are always like, Oh, I know I live in Katie. But Is Phoenix better? Is Orlando better? No. They're about the same. If Andrew, you take a good course on real estate investing, and you truly understand it. You can do well in Phoenix, Houston, Dallas, Austin, San Antonio Orlando. If you know what you're doing. So my recommendation, Andrew Centering, Katy, Texas is draw a 30 minute circle around your home. And don't go outside that circle. And start buying your single family rentals inside that 30 minute circle. Be an hour across. So go 30 minutes, West 30 Minutes, East 30 minutes North 30 minutes South. That's your circle. Stay in that circle so that the real estate doesn't become a pain in the butt. When you have to drive two hours to go see it, keep it within a 30 minute radius. And you'll find more deals than you can do, Andrew If you follow what I teach Alright. Hope that helps Andrew Thank you so much for the email. Let's go to the next one. This is estimating rehab without seeing inside the property. Ooh! Okay? Think it's Jonah. Yeah, Jonah. Jonah. This is for experienced investors.
"san antonio" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"I'm Ari Shapiro and I'm Mary Louise Kelly. This hour we look at whether the chaotic into the U. S presence in Afghanistan was inevitable. I think it's impossible to argue that given the strategy we followed for 20 years that there could have been a different result. Also, scientists are gaining more insight into what's behind the cluster of lasting symptoms known as long covid. It's really not just like you have something or you don't It's more like Is it consistent or not? Is it relapsing or not? Is it severe or not? Plus Howard University starts a new school year in the national spotlight, and we remember Rolling Stones Drummer Charlie Watts. Fresh news. Live from NPR news. I'm Janine Herbst. The Taliban say they won't allow Afghans to leave the country ordering the crowds gathered at the Kabul airport to go home, saying they won't face Reprisals. Taliban have been blocking the road to the airport, making it difficult and dangerous for those who want to flee. But the White House says Afghan interpreters and others who assisted U. S forces will be able to get to the airport press secretary Jen Psaki. We have been in direct contact, not just with American citizens. But with S. I V applicants, special immigrant visa visa applicants and Afghans who, uh, who's the departure? We are facilitating about how and when to come to the airport. And our expectation which we have also conveyed to the Taliban is that they should be able to get to the airport. This is the White House says Evacuations will end in troops will be out by August. 31st. That date is something Taliban leaders are insisting on. The House today narrowly passed the budget resolution that provides the framework for a $3.5 trillion spending plan. The party line vote came after divisions between moderate and progressive Democrats delayed action and threatened to derail President Biden's proposal to expand the federal safety net. Texas governor Greg Abbott has asked the state Supreme Court to nullify an appeals court ruling protecting San Antonio County from penalties for their mask mandates. Texas Public Radio's Paul flap has more A big bar government mask mandates in a May executive order using the Texas disaster Act with that he suspended laws and powers held by local governments. San Antonio City Attorney Andy Segovia compares the disaster power battle over masks to that of a hurricane asking what if this were a Category five heading towards the Texas Coast and the Texas governor issues in order that simply says Local entities cannot issue curfews or evacuation orders because it's a personal choice as to whether you stay in your home or not defying the governor, dozens of school districts, counties and cities have mandated masks in schools since early this month. I'm Paul Fletcher in San Antonio. In her first statewide address as governor of New York, Kathy Ho Cole says her first priority is to implement rigorous vaccination and masking programs for schools. NPR's Brian Mann, reports governor local acknowledge she's not well known by many New Yorkers but said she's ready to lead. She then laid out a program for making schools safer during the pandemic when kids go back to class in mid September. We need to require vaccinations for all school personnel with an option to test out weekly, at.
"san antonio" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"If they have one person to put at the top of the pecking order, and push everyone down a little bit. Like, if you could offer somebody who was meaningfully better than deshonta and Derek white and Pearl on this team, all of a sudden, you're like, okay. This is a team that could potentially that I think would be a more reliable playoff team that could baby even home series depending on if they were healthy. But getting that player from where they are is really hard. It's really really, really hard and it. I respect the fact that they're not bothering me off. Adam. You I wonder if it happens this year just kind of organically just because their offense isn't good enough to make it work. I mean, just look at who they're behind in the pecking order in the west right got Utah. Phoenix. The Lakers for sure. I would say Golden State for sure. Denver for sure, Portland. For sure, Dallas for sure. That's seven teams flippers. I would say they're still behind because the club still with Paul George and they should be better than the San Antonio team even without Kawhi Leonard. So that's eight. I kind of think Minnesota has more upside than they do. I know they'd have to make up a 10-game difference, which is large and substantial. But that would be 9 and then we've got the Kings who are right in their ballpark. We've got the Pelicans who are right in their ball park and then we've got Memphis who are near ballpark. So, I mean, there, there's a chance to see him finishes like 13th in the west this year in wins, the same amount of games over an 82-game season, and there's also a chance that job If they're out of it, you know, if the if the top of the West are maybe I'm not the top, the middle of the West, looks the strongest. We think it might then maybe they become a team. Kind of like, what Toronto did this year, where they don't see the writing on the wall. They give a lot more time to Josh, primo. And some of these other players D, emphasize vets, and maybe give some tactical rests that they're better players wage. Then they end up kind of getting getting the benefits of being towards the bottom without intending to see here. Here's what I'm worried about though. There's a chance that this could end up looking more, like what happened with Orlando. They're like Toronto, just because they have dejounte Murray Johnson, Emery is like, in a similar ballpark. Let's say to what Aaron Gordon is and in a similar, no, man's Monday, kind of space, right? Because they have Marie's here. She is good for sure. He's not the guy. I don't think, I think we both agree on that, right? Like he's not going to be home. You know, All-Star level point guard, right? Yeah. I I'm in that in that ballpark. I agree. But they just drafted Josh Primo. They have all of these other guys, Lonnie Walker to sell, you know, Derek white exists, Calvin Johnson, obviously, and all of these guys can play multiple positions. Trey Jones, another one. Like, but it just feels like they're kind of off for right now, at least it feels like they're kind of just, you know, turning the screws a little bit and, you know, not not really building toward something and that's, that's frustrating. It. It's hard to build towards something whenever you don't have the guy and I.
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"Like oh if you listen to jazz music you're going to drink and you're gonna shoot peop- all yeah so like here's this or it's like oh you don't want to go out on your own without your parents escorting you because if you don't heed your mother's advice and go against her wishes you might meet the double. Because he did. That was one interesting. That sounds stupid. Now that i've said that no no no no but it makes him thinking of in my head. Whether would call that ben whether something actually happened on halloween night. Nineteen seventy five or whether this was just an old story that that someone's i'm well adapted into a cautionary tale you know or there's a third explanation which i'm particularly fond deepen our ancestral memory. Far far back in the literature and lore of humankind there is a spectral being which has been dancing his way from party to party since at least the fifteen hundreds and at least as recently as nineteen seventy five the dancing devil of the hellfire club and san antonio and who knows where else we think about that. I think that'd be interesting. Cool idea he'd be interesting is cool idea on the whole. This is a very interesting story which leaves a lot of room for speculation and we will never know conclusively. What happened on halloween night. In nineteen seventy five or what happened in the hellfire club in the fifteen hundreds but if we're talking about local folklore and we're trying to find parallels to historical folklore. I mean this is a great example. I think yeah. I didn't even think about that until you hit brought brought it up the first time when we're talking about One interesting parallel between the hellfire. Club's story and the coming on saito's story is that so in the hellfire club. When the people noticed that he had goat's hooves he disappeared. Just disappeared unless the smell of sulfur behind in the l. Come on saito story. When people notice that his feet were not human feet he ran into a back room. Either a restroom storage room. It's not clear. And then when they busted down the door to try to get to him he was gone and there was the smell of sulfur. Interesting parallels there. Because that's kind of a specific thing you know you well. I really think villa sulfur like. Oh don't go outside. You might meet the devil. That specifically is what got my attention as a parallel between these two stories was the the smell of sulfur. Wasn't even the feeder the alleged disappearance it was. I just feel like any type of devil or demon citing even our interaction Does have like a hint of sulphur. Because i feel that's always kind of correlated to hell and don't we hear that referenced in in other paranormal accounts that may concern demons. Saying i feel like. I feel like Anytime i've heard about..
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"Antonio memories group is the idea that in the olden days and no one has identified specifically what the old days is or when the old days but it was normal for a woman's mother to escort her to the dance hall or to accompany her out on the town. You know chaperoning effectively and that one night. Does this have to tie the hispanic culture i. It's just what i've read in a couple of counts of this story on like blogs and local newspapers and then also in the comments of people who were from this neighborhood as we. I keep referring back to sorry. I just wasn't sure no but the this variation of the story involves you know basically mom saying. Hey we're not going out tonight you're staying in. I'm i don't wanna go. Whatever and the young lady. Saying i'm going anyway. And that's why she runs into the devil because she was immoral dishonest. Yeah yeah and a and a question. I had for you as someone who grew up in this neighborhood very deeply steeped in hispanic catholic culture the hispanic catholic culture westside san antonio. Do you think this is in any way. A cautionary tale kind of pointed towards young people. Like hey stay away from dancing. Stay away from bars. I could definitely see that That's why i asked if you were referring to hispanic culture as having the mother escort the daughter. Because i mean we do have like you know our communities than we have argon atas as we have things that we kinda follow as tradition because the people you know our families before it did that And so i can kinda see where like in hispanic latin culture where it would be a mom escorting the dollar to dance dancehall program. I don't know if that would really be happening in the seventies. I mean maybe i could probably see more in the seventy seventy five so i could probably see it happening..
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"And they would indulge in hedonism and there were different stories about them allegedly sacrificing a cat possibly a human sacrifice possibly more than one human sacrifice at least one member of the group was known to be an actual serial killer. He was a rich man. Who murdered a couple of his servants and they could have been slaves. I don't want to downplay. That isn't the fifteen hundreds so yeah very rich man who murdered a couple of his either servants or slaves. i'm not sure which. And it was known that he did this but because he was a rich white man in the fifteen hundreds. Nothing happened to him. So yano So it's known that people did die in connection with members of this group but it's not known if they really committed acts of human sacrifice or satanism or satanic goo ga whatever but specifically the story were referring to one night hellfire club's hanging out doing their hellfire club's stuff and a strange man comes knocks on the door says. Hey i'd like to come in here and hang out with you. Evil men dialogue back then so this guy comes in he starts hanging out with them you know with the hellfire club doing hellfire club stuff. When when all of a sudden one of the other club members looks under the table and notices. There's something wrong with this guy. Would you like to guess as to what it is was it. The was it chickenfeed. Like de Goat who does the hoods. Yeah and that's why so interesting to me that there are multiple versions of the outcome around. Saito's story because in some he has hooves in some he has chicken feet. And i don't i don't know where the chicken comes from. I haven't found anything that that that. Oh this is why we're talking about chickens. It's supposed to be how i mean. Just think about it. A man with like human sized chicken feet. That's very unsettling this. I'm saying i think it had to do was just completing the whole unsettling image of what this event night was a normal sized chicken is horrifying. Well yeah absolutely. Because they're dinosaurs but small-time source. Like just i don't know ever watched a group of chickens go after a rat. Yeah it's awful. I've seen them dig one up before like all of a sudden you see the dirt moving in you're like oh no what are they pecking at in all of a sudden. They bring a little field mice. It's crazy anyway. no. I was just saying that I think that's why the chicken legs were. Because i've also heard one of each one chicken leg would go who've again you have to think of like the unsettling image of that. That's fucking crazy dude. Like when you mean like a lot. i'm sorry. No you're making the point. Like i think the whole unsettling image is what they were going for like two kinda complete it and i mean the double in and of itself is terrifying enough but like hey let's just throw adult size chicken fee and adult size go coves just poking out from underneath his. Would it be scarier if he was a full grown man with regular chicken sized chicken feet or are giant chicken feet proportionate to the body of a human man is that thing no no no like imagine someone my height okay five seven but i have chicken feet the size of regular chickens feet like just a few inches tiny though you would still be five seven five seven a regular size man with tiny feet so like flat on your shin. No just tiny little exactly. It defies comprehension. It's so horrified so there are a couple other versions of the story. I've run across and one that seems to be recurring including in the comment threat on the san.
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"Very interesting very interesting. I haven't contacted any of the people that posted these comments. So i'm not going to share their names or anything like that. But just as i'm continuing to scroll through this video i have saved on my phone. The stories just continue to overlap. L. cameron saito. It was the glory on laredo highway. Ninety guns just people repeating the same things over and over so this is a legend which is still very much alive in on the. I guess the. I don't know what the current you know what i mean. People that are my age are in their thirties. That have children that still live in that neighborhood. I don't know what they're telling their children about this building. Because like i said i mean when i was in high school and in middle school it was a strip club and i mean like i still remember like the signs that would talk about triple x. And and and you know the the monday morning. The breakfast buffets i was gonna say living is like six years ago because i started driving around that side of town to come see you. You can plus years ten. Plus years ago. Yeah and i remember pretty distinctly probably fairly recently six or so years ago there being assigned out there that said free pancake buffet and actually the last time we drove by paid a little bit more attention to the grounds around the building itself and the sign that says the four one one still out there. Yeah i saw that. I did notice that last time myself so most recently this place was known as the four one one but google maps still lists it as al. Calmer on c. Two interesting interesting. Sarah what would you say if i told you that this legend might be not only older than nineteen seventy five but older than san antonio itself. I wouldn't be surprising to me at all. Because it's i mean if it i don't wanna say if it did happen because i kind of do believe it did happen. I'm something if if we're rooting something in the devil. The devil is just as old as we can assume as jesus christ so it mean you'd have to be talking about something that is very old very thousands and thousands of something primordial basically..
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"Yes smell now. When we visited this building fairly recently. I'd say within the last sixty days there was a lot of graffiti on the exterior. And you can see some pictures on our instagram feed. I posted them awhile ago. But i'll i'll re post them to feed in conjunction with this episode. And i wonder now opinion that 'cause the the graffiti was very spiritual because remember it just said god on the and that's like really interesting because i have not lived in san antonio for the last six plus years of my adult life so i don't i really don't know what the current status is in the neighborhood like. I don't know to watch the neighborhood. I don't know what the neighborhood is telling the current generation of kids growing up. They're like. I don't know if you know what i mean. The people that i knew living two streets away or still telling their kids like hey. Don't go there. Don't mess with that area of a little bit of data regarding the modern neighborhood and how people feel about this story. Not too long ago at sea may twentieth is when i recorded this video my phone. Your birthday is specifically signed up for this facebook group. Because it's you had to be a member. Notary comments and this comment thread had seventy plus by the time i stumbled across it and someone basically asked. Does anyone remember a story about a dancing devil at a nightclub in san antonio and tons of comments by the time i got to it. It took me two minutes to record the entire comment threat. Just like scrolling down here but all of these overlapping comments and people corroborating the story at the camera on c. too. I wonder if it ever stopped anyone at the on saito. My parents told me. Is that a bar named law. Cobb brad dita you brugh dita. That's how you spell it in what it's called now then someone else says l..
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"And you'll sleep like the ghost blow from the makers of juba macabre chow morning goes blow is not safe for use by living humans handle purchase or look at goes blow at anytime goes global. You do not use those. You are not already danny. Welcome to hey strangeness. A strange podcast. About strange things made by strange people really probably one strange person one person who's not as strange. My name is aaron. I am one of your hosts sitting across the coffee table converted to a recording studio from me is sarah. Hi hello hello. You look nice. And today we're talking about a local san antonio legend very specific or maybe not very specific to south west taxes. I don't think i've really heard of it. I heard the story mentioned specifically like outside of by non texans or case non-southern toxins. We'll get to that in a little bit. But for now i'd really like to talk about the the locality of the story. Tell we sarah as someone who grew up in the neighborhood where this is purported to have taken place. Well just let me not ruin it. Tell us about this story as it relates to your growing up in your proximity to you. And i'm just going to shut up and let you talk about it. I feel like i. I heard about it when i was in middle school as kind of a you know. Don't go near that building. I don't think i heard about the like actual devil citing until i was a little bit older one. My mom kind of explained that it she kind of used the words evil more than she used the word devil. Bef- you know to explain why i shouldn't go there. But at that point it was a strip club so that was already like an adult type building. That i couldn't even like go to if i were until i was of age. So stories about potentially shape shifting dancers aside. This was not a location that local people considered to be a safer. Oh no not at all. No we were always told growing up. You know if we were running around the neighborhoods. We just could not go to that building and go down that street. Because i think it was like maybe four blocks from my house. That's what i was going to say..
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"Interesting article. That you have up today talking about the toughest four-game stretch of their schedule. Which by a ball account is one of the easier ones in the nfl when you suck the year before you tend to get an easy schedule although they opened with tampa bay and then you've got the chargers eagles and panthers but the first four games stretch that you write about is their final four games. I find it interesting in the article in the logic. I'll let you tell us since you since you wrote the story. Because they do close out with three of their final four games are against nfc east opponents and then to get that other bird team from arizona. Actually so this. I didn't pick the the four games to be clear. But i wouldn't. I would probably pick these just in a little sense up cynthia freeland. Nfl media's analytics expert did and she actually has Her model has the cowboys as underdogs in three of the four games. You mentioned they have. That's a stretcher. They have three division games at a four weeks if you go one week further. Because that's weeks. Fourteen through seventeen they actually have four division games in their final five games because seventy is against the philadelphia eagles and actually the nfl jammed. I'd believe two thirds of all. Nfc east common games into the final five season washington in a four week stretch. Plays dallas twice in philadelphia twice which is really weird And so i these are. It's a weird like it's a weird idea because they are there. It's you have to make that their toughest forbes church because it includes somebody divisional opponents. And actually i know for nick not new jason but for rob somebody who's really old it includes original. Ce's teams in the amazon cardinals showed up to the cardinals and oji east saint louis right before the chicago but only robbery members when they were in chicago. Yeah rob had season tickets when one of those situations chicago when they were competing with the decatur staley's or whatever but But yeah i mean so that. That's definitely a tough stretch into be clear. They lost all four of these games last year. They were swept by washington. They lost a road. Game with the giants. Which is the one in question. And they lost at home to the cardinals. Maybe because they were or were not asked but But either way i mean it's tough but like just ask our murray. It's interesting though because you can find a couple of tough four-game stretches and obviously nfc east and because you've got so many nfc east games over that period of time. That does become in. But i look at like weeks. Eight to eight nine ten eleven. You know you've got the vikings and then you've got the broncos and because of the broncos end up with an aaron rodgers or does shawn watson the falcons and the chiefs or that stretch where he got the chiefs. The raiders the saints and redskins are washington football team I think those stretches actually end up being tougher although they don't carry as much weight because they're not all nfc east opponents right. That's the exact of the factors that because you're right any could pick any forbes threats that includes a kansas city gate minutes you can pick the first four weeks just because you have to play tampa and then la you know. Obviously the tribes a lot of people believe they are going to be really good this season but But yeah i mean i. I honestly think though that they'll they might go undefeated in this this particular four-game stretch. I mean i am firmly on the record. All of our blogging. The boys listeners. Think i'm a huge homer. I don't believe in watching you at all this this i don't i don't believe in washington anyway. Those flag day they split say they split the series with washington. There's one win. I am in no way nervous about the giants. The cardinals are tough. But i mean the only reason they trounced the cowboys last year was because people forget that was the first game. Cabbage played without dak prescott. They were still kind of you know in a phase in that that fog of their identity being ripped out that was also the first game following the nfl network. Report about on the defensive side of the bombing. They were really broken team at that moment and the cardinals took advantage of that but that will not be the case hopefully come. Late december j. o. To- blog in the boys dot com. Before we let you go is is you talk with Other people in the blogging the boys network in with us be nation The other teams and stuff you know we you know by now. A lot of people have probably read cole beasley in his tweets on kovin. Probably shouldn if it's sand on that you've had other players outspoken. About what the nfl protocols are for vaccinated players versus unvaccinated players. What is the general sense is from the people in your blog world at covered the nfl on a daily and really get into the weeds on everything that players put out on on social media about the protocols for vaccinated versus unvaccinated players. In what kind of issue is that really going to be once. Training camp begins. Well we actually talked about the coal situation on the latest episode of the espionage. Nfl shows and that's a different show than at monse. People can listen to that and the general consensus. Like i think if you look at the reply said the tweets. It's a lot of people who disagree with coal. And i think it's i mean i don't i don't see eye to eye was called in terms of his personal beliefs here but i think it's unfortunate that you know cold cold believes what he believes and it's it's difficult for him to save this granted he's going about it in a bit of an aggressive way without him being met what just like the attempt to drag him on twitter and so there is no calm. You know conversation happening no educated conversation. It's just further digging in on both sides which is what causes. You know the big blow up this kind of happened over the course of the last couple of days. I think you know people are like life matters more than anything else so people obviously want everybody to be safe. And then once you get to the the protocols and how they impact football i mean. We're talking on friday of the us open and what if what happened. Jon rahm happens to nfl player. Right like i mean. We'll solve that. You know. I think the difference is because you've got chris paul and the protocols now we don't know vaccinated or not but the difference with jon rahm is. He cost himself a million bucks. But just got self. If cole beasley or say at quarterback that isn't vaccinated get sick and mrs three games. You're hurting your team. And the ultimate team sport where you're supposed to put the team i. They're they're hurting. The team in the nfl is making it to where they can't make get shot but if you don't get the shot your life is going to suck so get the shot so you can come to the party and in cole beasley just went completely the other direction and again believe what you want to believe. Do what you need to do. But when i'm thinking about the nfl where i'm thinking about being a part of a chain and your teammates matter to you don't you do. What's in the best interest of the team..
"san antonio" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"San Antonio leaders are encouraged by the continuing downward trend of the city's covered 19 numbers. Mayor Ron Nirenberg says hospitalizations and the positivity rate are declining Overall, We're now moving in the right direction. We've moved down to the moderate risk levels of community and for the fourth consecutive week are positivity rate now has declined, Metrohealth reported 235 new Corona virus infections in Bear County yesterday. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle have expressed support for $1400 covert stimulus checks. Texas Republican Congressman Michael Burgess says that a $600 check was not enough, and many wanted more. Let's bump that up. The $2000. I did vote in favor of that because I thought that would be something reasonable. But he says there's not as much agreement on who should be eligible for the checks. Previously, single people who learned up to $75,000 and married couples who are you up to $150,000 received the full payment. Police have arrested the man they believe is responsible for the shooting of a man and a young child in an east side church parking lot. Police arrested 20 year old Ronald Robinson for allegedly shooting a man and a six year old boy to church event the Greater Faith Institutional Church on Sunday. Chief McManus says he did not believe the shooting was accidental, but that the man was the target and the boy was caught in the crossfire. The boy was hit in the arm and is expected to be okay. The man was hospitalized in critical condition. Big night from the Jonty Murrayfield the Spurs to a 105 to 100 victory over the Golden State Warriors. Murray had 27 points, 10 rebounds and eight steals, along with the clutch three pointer late in the fourth to seal the wind after the game, DEMAR DeRozan said Murray leads by example, defensively stills taken on the challenge on both ends against another. One of the best point guards haven't played this game..
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"Channel in San Antonio's official weather Station. NewsRadio 1200 wook I cloudy skies. 56 degrees 903 at news Radio 1200 W Away. I see. Austin Police department is being sued by the family of a man whose son was shot and killed by officers in 2019. The family. Morris to Silver is suing for use of excessive force and wrongful death and names, officers Christopher Taylor and Carl Creasy, according to the Statesman. The silver of Sri Lanka and had a mental breakdown and was holding a knife to his own throat. When cops arrived at his downtown condo one shot him with a stun gun after he refused to drop it. But seconds later, Taylor increase You shot silver with their side arms. He died later in the hospital. The family claims. A PD knew about his mental issues from previous calls but failed to treat it as a mental health event in Austin. Eric like of NewsRadio, 1200 Wook, I San Antonio police are investigating a shooting at an East side church that wounded a boy and a man over the weekend. Police chief William McManus says the shooting happened Sunday afternoon at the Greater Faith Institutional Church on W. W white at Martin Luther King Drive. A man in his mid twenties, accompanied by his girlfriend and his six year old son pulled into the church parking lot to attend an event. The suspect approached their car and opened fire. The boy was hit in the shoulder but is expected to recover. His father is in critical condition, McManus says. The man was targeted will U. S News and World Report says San Antonio's hotel Emma is the second best hotel in Texas and the 23rd best in the USA. The luxury hotel is second only to Houston's post Oak Hotel. Other San Antonio hotels and the state's top 25, or McAra Hotel and Spa in 13th Place, Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa and 16th, JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort in 17th and Hotel Valencia, Riverwalk in 24th. The ranking is based on industry awards and user ratings. A quick check of your money the Dow is up 212 points. Get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated..
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"National correspondent Bills Emperor in one half hour, Mike Hope Elka host me Pure Hope. Elka podcast before 7 30 Right now, traffic and weather So watching this Big rock on the Far South side, It's got everything shut down like 14 North found between press and south W W white. That was the accident involving the rolled over 18 Wheeler. At last check. It was about a 15 minute delay otherwise, traffic flowing along pretty well on the area Roadways You haven't seen me. Traffic problems called to one owes 75 26 So one on Michael Scott NewsRadio 1200 wook I cloudy skies today Decent chance of rain look for high around 70. San Antonio's first news with Charlie Parker. Yeah. Baby wasn't welcome into Tuesday, the day after the San Antonio Spurs won on the road yesterday afternoon. Beating Portland 1 25 104 Spurs are now eight and six on the season, they have won six of their last eight games. And they're six and two on the road standard the day Stat of the day. Only the Lakers and jazz. Have one more road games in San Antonio Spurs. I thought we give that out there now, while it's still relevant. We still have two conference championship games to be.