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"seventeen seconds" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"The seventy forty one minutes and seventeen seconds now this is a another important consideration that we discovered as we evaluated this case Westminister bridge was shot there isn't Lana obviously that requires that the offices have to provide timely medical attention to Mister Brooks are the one who is injured but after Mr Brooks was shot for some two minutes and twelve seconds off their walls no medical attention apply to Mister Brooks we examine the videotape in our discussions with witnesses what we discovered is during the two minutes and twelve seconds that officer Ralph actually Mister Brooks while he laid on the ground while he was there fighting for his life secondly from the videotape we were able to see that the other officer officer Bronson and actually still on Mr Brooks's shoulders while he was there struggling for his life we were able to conclude based on the way that these offices conducted themselves well Mister Brooks was lying there the demeanor of the officers immediately after the shooting do not reflect our danger of Mister.
The Return on Investment Grant Question
"Okay Andy Andy we are going we are to going need to to need file to file a couple a of couple extensions of extensions for our for form our form nine ninety nine ninety and we and have we grant. have Our grant. of teas Our of were teas responding were responding to that are to asking that are asking for our for most our current most current form. form. We expect We expect we'll have our we'll have twenty our nine twenty thousand nine nine hundred thousand ninety nine hundred ninety by the end by of the the end year of the year if not if a bit not sooner. a bit sooner. What do we do What in do the we meantime? do in the meantime? Is there anything Is there else anything we else can we or can should or do should to ensure do to this ensure doesn't this doesn't make our organization. make our organization. Look bad Look to bad the funder. to the funder. No No I think I think in this in this situation situation I think funders I think are funders probably are probably going to be going to be okay okay with that. with that. I mean I mean most most organizations organizations extensions extensions before they're before nine nine they're hundred nine anyway. nine hundred anyway. They just sort They of just do sort it of as do a matter. it as Of a matter. course Of course so that so they can that they make can sure make that they sure don't that they accidentally don't accidentally miss the deadline miss the deadline and get in and trouble. get in trouble. If it's asking If it's for asking your most for your recent most ninety recent ninety send them send the most them the recently most recently fired ninety fired ninety if it takes if you it a takes super you long a super time long to get time to it to get this time. to it this time. I think I you're going think to be okay. you're going to be okay. I I Look I Look look at I ninety look at ninety sometimes sometimes and I do and have I questions do have questions like in just like normal in just years normal if years somebody if takes somebody a really takes a really long time long time to get to it filed get it filed it makes me it makes me makes me makes wonder me wonder like like what are you what actually are you doing. actually It's doing. not It's that not hard. that hard. I mean it's a lot I mean of it's work a lot of but work it's not but like it's an not absurd like an amount absurd of work. amount of work. Plus Plus it happens it every happens year every so year you should so probably you should pre probably prepared pre prepared for it for it so so you know. you know. Just follow Just the instructions. follow the instructions. The most The recent most ninety recent s ninety s filed filed so so well. well. So So but I'M GONNA but I'M I'm GONNA GonNa ask I'm GonNa you ask something you something so you so talk you about. talk about. Gosh Gosh might raise might questions raise questions if it's a if really it's a really long time long time like period like of period time of until time until they get it filed they get it filed in a in normal a normal normal normal years that years don't that have don't pandemic have pandemic with them with so. them I'm so. curious I'm curious to know to know what what that that like. Do like. you Do have you have a recommendation? a recommendation? About what About becomes what becomes too long. too long. Like what Like is a what normal is a normal amount amount of time? of time? So if So I'm if if I'm I'm looking if up I'm looking ninety up ninety s for whatever s for reason whatever and reason it's like and so it's now like so now we're in the middle we're in of the middle twenty of twenty twenty roughly twenty roughly right so right I so would I expect would to expect see a twenty to see a eighteen twenty or eighteen two thousand or nineteen two thousand nineteen ninety. ninety. Those were the Those be were the the the be two the that the I would two expect. that I would expect. If I saw If two thousand I saw seventeen two thousand seventeen I would say I why. would say Are why. We still Are We looking still at looking twenty? at Seventeen twenty? Seventeen thousand ninety. thousand ninety. I mean there I mean there there should be there a two should thousand be eighteen a two thousand by eighteen now by now so that so would that be my question would be my question like like if if it's either it's going to either be this going year to be this or year last or year last it's year two years it's ago two years then ago it's probably then it's probably too long. too long. And so And maybe so maybe Andy Andy like. Maybe like. that's Maybe also that's also I mean. I I mean. think I that think totally that totally is is answers. answers. The question The question but I guess but I'm I also guess I'm thinking also thinking if if because we because don't know we don't know I mean exactly I mean exactly it sounds it like sounds it's just like the it's two just thousand the nineteen two thousand nineteen behind behind on but on I but know I there's a lot know of there's organizations a lot of organizations that get really that get behind really behind sometimes sometimes on the nine nine on the hundred nine nine hundred and and I would I say would say if if if it is if something it is like something a twenty-seven like a twenty-seven feels feels like it's excessively like it's excessively long long like we're like a couple we're a years couple years past past due due or few or years few past years do past do I mean if I mean there's if room there's room on the grant on the grant proposal proposal maybe maybe there's there's maybe you maybe can put you can a quick put paragraph a quick paragraph or a few or sentences a few sentences just trying just trying if if those aren't those going to incriminate aren't going to incriminate you further you further right but right if you but have if you have I mean I mean there's the there's caveat the caveat and if you and don't if have to you don't lie have about to lie it about but my it point but my is point is like is if is you like if if you there's a good if there's explanation a good explanation for it for it perhaps perhaps just even just making even note making note saying saying we expect we expect any day any to day have to our have whatever our whatever twenty twenty whatever whatever year it is year it you is know you know a nine a hundred nine ninety hundred ninety here here and as soon and as as we soon get as it. we We'll get update it. We'll our update files our files like something like something as a funder as a funder would make me would feel make me better feel that they better at least that they acknowledged at least acknowledged it versus it versus like that's like business that's business as usual as usual and and things things around every around year every too year so too even if so you even file if you a bunch file of extensions a bunch of extensions I mean even. It's I like mean even. this It's like this even with our even personal with our personal taxes taxes right. Yeah right. Yeah they they move the move extension the extension out to July. out to July. But that doesn't But mean that doesn't next mean year next year to to like you still like have you still to do have it again to do it starting again in starting January. in January. So all. You're So doing all. You're doing you're compressing you're compressing the pain. the pain. It is It just is just over a over rip. a rip. Just get it Just over get at it the over band at the off band get it off over get with it over and with and and and and the and the you know you know what's what's legitimate legitimate reason for reason having for a having two thousand a seventeen two thousand seventeen ninety ninety at this point at this it's point like it's like The building The building burned down burned down a lot of a lot files. of files. Were in it. Were I'm trying in it. to think I'm trying of why to think of you why with you with manny manny reason. reason. Yeah Yeah I mean I mean have have you know maybe you know maybe so so are are the the the. Cfo the. Cfo was actually was actually indicted indicted for fraud for fraud And stole And a bunch stole of money a bunch from of money us and from it's us taking and it's taking a longer a time longer to untangle time to untangle what they did what they did I mean. I think I mean. there I think could there be legitimate could be legitimate reasons reasons that you that might have you an might old have nine an old ninety nine ninety but not but not not a whole not lot a whole lot of them of them that you really that you want really want and probably and not probably things not you wanna things put you in wanna writing put in either. writing I either. mean that I would mean be a that little would embarrassing be a little embarrassing to even talk to even about talk the about Frie- the Frie- yeah. It's yeah. probably It's not probably going to help. not Your going to case help. Your case happens happens but yeah but I yeah I wouldn't WanNa wouldn't talk WanNa about talk it about it
Fulkerson scores 27, Tennessee stuns No. 6 Kentucky 81-73
"Tennesseans Kentucky's eight game winning streak the volunteers scoring fifty points in the second half to shock the Wildcats eighty one seventy three down by seventeen two and a half minutes into the second half the volunteers made a more physical game and to control the boards hitting fifty three percent of their second half shots junior forward John Fulkerson had a career high twenty seven while freshman guard Josiah Jordan James scored all sixteen of his points in the second half we didn't give them up there our best shot in the first half and we had a lot more in the tank all we just had to stay resilient and just take away the the mistakes that we made the first half and just capitalize on their their mistakes and so yeah Kentucky now twenty four and six fourteen and three in SEC play losing for just the second time at home this season Ron Friedman Lexington
Ritchie has goal, assist in Bruins' 4-3 win over Stars
"Two goals under two minutes late in period to help the Bruins skate past the stars for a four three win Brad Marchand's twenty sixth of the season with five sixteen left in the second game Boston a two to one lead newly acquired wing Nick Ritchie scored his first as a Bruin one minute and seventeen seconds later David Foster knocks NHL leading forty sixth goal held up as the winner after Miro Heiskanen made it a one goal game with two twenty four to play John Klingberg and Dennis carry on I've also scored for a Dallas team that had won seven of nine the Bruins have won twelve of fifteen Gethin Coolbaugh Austin
Flames start road trip with 4-2 win over Red Wings
"Where the red wings fell to the flames on Sunday night W. WCW's reports all the red wings dropped their second game in a row and six of their last seven losing fortitude of the Calgary flames Detroit trail to the one after one period with the flames scoring their two goals in a span of one minute and seventeen seconds Calgary made it three to one late in the second and it stayed that way until the wings pulled goalie Jonathan Bernier for the extra attacker and Dylan Larkin scored his second of the game Bernier was pulled again but it backfired as the flames scored into an empty net so the final again Sunday Calgary for Detroit to Greg Ennis for W. W. J. newsradio
Chicago's homicide rate decreases for the third straight year
"Three years ago Chicago saw a record number of shootings in two thousand sixteen more than four thousand people shot more than seven hundred fifty killed. That was the most the city had seen in two decades. Both Chicago in two thousand nineteen on a more hopeful note. Preliminary number I show a steep drop in shootings and homicides. WBZ reporter Patrick Smith has been following the stats and updates us on the new numbers and puts it all in perspective breath so there were four hundred and ninety two people murdered in Chicago so we talk about progress but still almost five hundred people murdered there. Were Twenty six hundred shooting victims terms and about twenty one hundred shooting incidents so that you know they're incidents where more than one person is shot so twenty six hundred people shot four hundred. Ninety people murdered both all of those numbers though are are better than than last year. I'm put that in context for us when we look at the past few years. Two thousand eighteen two thousand seventeen and then of course that big jump in two thousand sixteen right exactly so twenty twenty sixteen we had this historic increase. Since then. We've been coming down this year's numbers it's about ten the shootings down about ten percent compared to last year the doubt about thirty thirty five percent compared to two thousand sixteen so we are were were just about back to where we were before that two thousand sixteen spike in violence so that's the macro macro level but when we look at the neighborhood level and where we're seeing significant changes. What can you tell us about that? Well you're going to hear me say this a lot which is like comparing things to twenty sixteen and looking at that. Because we're we're seeing the biggest decreases on the west side of Chicago like The Austin Police District which covers most of the neighborhood of Austin on on the west side that had an almost twenty percent reduction in murders last year for twenty nine eighteen the other westside neighborhoods west areas had thirteen fifteen percent reduction then shootings the west side is what got hit the hardest in two thousand sixteen. It's where the violence was the worst in two thousand sixteen end for the first couple years after that twenty seventeen two thousand eighteen. Even there was some sort of stubborn violence levels. Were still remarkably high and some of those areas so we saw the biggest reduction on the west side their parts of the south side that also had reductions most of the south side and the north side had reductions in violence although there are a few neighborhoods that are still suffering. You know well not just all. There are many neighbors the city that are suffering from violence still but most of the the city saw. Sr Reduction in shootings here Turley back the interim superintendent of CD. How a New Year's Eve press conference releasing the numbers and here's what he had to say about why he? I thought this was happening. Some of the things that have allowed us to to make these reductions I've talked about Particularly our partnerships with faith based community and our partnerships with street outreach workers workers and our partnerships with community based organizations those are really important but also technology has aided Chicago PD okay so he's talking about partnerships and technology starting with the partnerships. What do we know about how? CD's approaching community in the shootings. Well one thing we know is that this this year You Know Actually Mayor Emanuel created it but then now mayor lightfoot invested more in the city's Office of gun violence prevention people are calling for her to do to invest a lot more money anything then what she has to sort of get us on par with New York and Los Angeles. But that's this office that suppose to give a comprehensive approach gun violence prevention. So it's not just about policing you know there was a lot of philanthropic dollars that went into gang outreach street outreach after two thousand sixteen and we actually heard you know I heard from Eddie Bocanegra. Who Works for Heart Lennon runs this outreach program called ready Chicago that that works with people who are closest to gun violence? He gave a lot of credit to two former Chicago. Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson. WHO said that He? We really worked really closely with street. Outreach workers that there were district level commanders who worked with them at and coordinated with them and that it wasn't all you know police in law and order. I obviously the police are there to maintain law and order but that they knew that there were better and maybe other ways to approach gun violence besides just just going as hard as you could it at people when you say street outreach. What does that actually mean? So that that's a really good question so there are kind of different versions of that the sort of the version that maybe people are most familiar with. Is something like ceasefire. cease-fire what's called cure violence now where you have people who are former gang members people who are close to gang members who go out and just mediate conflicts and try to prevent people from shooting shooting at one another another Eddie Bocanegra who. I just mentioned. He used to do that. What he says what they're doing now and there are a few different organizations? That are doing this. You're just outreaching to say. Hey don't shoot each other you're saying don't shoot each other and we'd like to give you a job or we'd like to get you some therapy or we'd like to give you something we're not just saying don't shoot we're saying here's an alternative and so there has been more investment in that from from the private sector from philanthropic groups in the last few years. What's really but people have been pushing for the city to start investing more and paying for that to happen and so that you can give give people an outlet in an alternative to to you know violent crime so we hurt the interim superintendent they are also talking about technology? What role is stop playing? Yeah so that's something like the police in the last few years or put something called shot. Spotter which is supposed to use sound to detect. When there's been a shooting so they don't have to wait for nine one one call so police can can respond more quickly to them? There's also they've got more cameras that they've got these strategic support centers in the districts. That's supposed to combine all the different tech- technological the logical options. They have to sort of make response quicker and get more street level information to the police. You know that's something that University of Chicago really helped pilot. They've done research. It is their program program. But they've done research on their own program to say that they saw reductions in the district where they put that technology in their Beyond that you know. We have more police officers than we did. A few years ago there was this is pushed one thousand more police officers under Mayor Emanuel. That happened And then I think one thing that Charlie Beck is not going to talk about is just regression to the mean. Statistically we we had this huge spike horrific by two thousand sixteen were You know statistician might tell you that we're just sort of coming back to normal. I think the big question is going to be are. Are these reductions things where we can keep making progress and actually get back. Get back to a better place get better than we were before. Two Thousand Sixteen rather than just sort of getting back to what is honestly an unacceptable level level of violence five hundred murders a year. No one's going to tell you that. That's okay so we're we're we're back down about five hundred. The question is can we take that next step and actually see real reductions and not. Just get back to where we were before two thousand sixteen and put these numbers into context when we look at other big cities like New York or La. Well New York had a slight increase in its murders this year. La I believe leave state about flat. We still have a lot more murders here in Chicago Than New York and Los Angeles. It used to be that we had more murders than New York. Combine that's not exactly true. That's not quite true this year however they had If you put them together there at about five hundred fifty murders for this year they have millions and millions more people in New York in Los Angeles so as far as murder rate were nowhere near them we had about you know we had about fifty fewer murders in Chicago than New York and Los Angeles together so these are just preliminary numbers we should say a The official figures will come out after the FBI does their audit. How much of a change could we see between the numbers that are being reported right now by C. p. d. and the numbers that come from the FBI not a huge change For Murders for instance you know I think in two thousand seventeen the changes about seven murders from from when they preliminary members to what they actually sent to the FBI. So you'll see that change. I mean sadly that that some of that has to do with a person who shot on December thirtieth and then dies a few days later and that changes inches from shoot a shooting incident to a murder. Obviously all of this is very tragic. So you'll see some changes in the numbers but nothing that's going to throw off these percentages or the big picture takeaways Geico as well in a press conference earlier this week Interim Chicago Police Superintendent Charlie back and we have to stress here he is interim he. He's made very clear that he's not interested the permanent job but he laid out what he hopes to achieve while he is in office. What did he say? Well one thing that I thought was really interesting. He spent a lot of time talking about clearance rates. You know this is how detectives detectives do solving murders and he said that the CPT had a fifty three percent clearance rate this year. That's the highest. It's been in nine years you should look at. WBZ's chip Mitchell's is reporting to to see sort of diving into those numbers more. Not not this year but in the past of how they calculate those clearance rates. I won't get into it but it doesn't mean that they solve half of the murders that happen this year either way. It's great if they're at a nine year high. There was a report that came out earlier this year that really criticized the the detective division homicide Detective Division Chicago. Charlie Charlie back said he's going to be implementing things that were recommended there. I think that that's a big priority for him for his time. Here is getting our detectives to get to a better solve rate solving thing. More murders which increases trust in in in the department among residents and hopefully prevents future violence. So we have to again remind people that CBD's operating under a consent consent decree right now. Charlie Beck let the LAPD through its own consent decree at least part of it. How much power will he have to? Maybe implement some of the changes that are recommended in that decree. Well I think he has a lot of power of making it clear whether or not it's a priority and I wanna be clear that that what I've heard from people is that Eddie Johnson the former superintendent. This was a priority for him. Two people did believe that he truly believed in the changes but there are also problems where they said. There's not enough resources to this. Not everyone in the department is totally buying in. I think Charlie back with with the experience that he has might know what resources are needed to to get a higher level of compliance with the consent decree and make that a priority. I certainly heard from people who were hopeful about him. As interim because of his experience in Los Angeles as you mentioned that he'll make consent decree compliance a real priority of his interim administration and really quickly any word on the search for a permanent superintendent for CD. I have not heard any word. I mean the the applications I believe are due by the end of this week. Maybe next week I I expect that the police board will Abbas recommendations by March or April that's WBZ criminal justice reporter Patrick Smith Patrick. Thanks
First Hat Trick Of Season For Patrick Kane As Blackhawks Beat Wild
"Go on the ice at the United center the Blackhawks in their four game losing streak with just their fourth win in fourteen games stuffing Minnesota five three Patrick Kane scores three goals including an empty netter first hat trick of the season Brandon Saad breaks a tie with a goal with six minutes seventeen seconds
New York judge orders Trump to pay in charity lawsuit
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State of Health Report Shows Growing Despair Among American Men
"Six state of health report sure was growing despair among American men Sir from Bloomberg it's a very it's a very serious issue signs of declining health for American men a battle the national center for health statistics latest annual report life expectancy at birth for males decline to seventy one point one years from seventy six point five three years earlier twenty fourteen at age sixty five men are projected to live another eighteen point one years compared to twenty point six years for women these and other takeaways from the annual report which tracks the health of the US population have implications for productivity wages on the border come to me males have twice the female drug overdose death rate great for men have virtually doubled since two thousand seven of course the suicides among Americans have all increased sharply for twenty six thousand in nineteen eighty the forty seven thousand and twenty seventeen second leading cause of death behind accidents for young age groups it is astonishing how all of these things never never suggest
Youth Use of E-Cigarettes Jumped 78%, Government Study Shows
"Any teacher coach parent you're going to hear the same thing team vaping is a problem and a lot of attention is rightfully so all been focused on eight cents E. cigarette use rose seventy percent among high school students and forty eight percent among middle Seuss school students between two thousand seventeen two thousand eighteen but when it comes to beeping in general whether it's kids or adults Bruce do you really know what you're putting into your body and held could negatively impact your
Markets doubt Fed's ability to defend economy, spur inflation
"Here's christine lagarde chairwoman of the international monetary fund and a newly nominated e._c._b. President earlier this year. The bottom line is that after two years of solid expansion the world economy is growing more slowly then unexpected and risks are rising. Growth concerns have been at the heart of the dovish pivot. We've seen from central banks. This year and markets on our economists alike now expect the fed just start delivering rate cuts as soon as this month. Here's fed chair jerome powell testifying on capitol hill just last week and our june meeting. We indicated did that. In light of increased uncertainties about the economic outlook in muted inflation pressures we would closely monitor the implications of incoming information for the economic outlook and would act as appropriate to sustain the expansion the market reaction to all of this has been noteworthy typically growth concerns rise investor demands shifts towards less less risky assets that means investors usually buy bonds causing yields to decline and sell stocks causing equity prices to fall a recently. We've generally seen the reverse with bond yields declining while stock prices have risen to all-time highs many think this is because fed cuts just protecting against a downturn rather than actually responding to one but others things stocks and bonds are sending very different messages about growth with bond investors more worried about recession while equity investors are focusing on the upside of course markets are fickle these days and this pattern between stocks and bonds has waxed and waned but the broader questions remain how concerned about growth growth should we really be and are fed actions which some believe have been too responsive to markets in the end helping or hurting the growth outlook from here the the answer to these questions and implications for asset performance are top of mind. I i turned to legendary investor dollar-euro founder and co chief investment investment officer of bridgewater associates to see what he makes of these developments. Dalia thinks the recent market action makes sense but is worried about an adverse environment for growth in nathen ahead. We're really grappling with the question of whether there is a disconnect between stocks and bonds and what their pricing in terms of growth stock values and fundamental we determine why the present value of expected cash flows and when interest rates go down that's a positive dachshund present value since so when i look at the decline and interest rates and the move to do a more stimulus effect policy i look at that as a temporary positive of effect on stocks by that it is a non sustainable effect on stocks for the long run because there is a limitation as to how far interest rates i can go down and how quantitative easing can work so when interest rates go down causes the present value of assets to rise but <hes> it also means that there's less stimulation in the bottle because you get closer to interest interest rates approaching zero think of this as a stimulus that is in a bottle and it's running out so if you use it yes you can you can get a kick out of the economy and a kick out of the markets but the important shift in the world will be coming when monetary policy is not very effective when they're essentially out of the stimulant is in the bottle dalia was concerned that the fed and other other central banks are running out of stimulus. He also thinks the fed's shift to a more dovish. Monetary policy was appropriate and if anything could have come sooner and he doesn't give much credence to the view that the fed has been responsive to bond market concerns. Here's what he had to say on the fed it worry too much about a strong economy with breath limited capacity to expand and they were worried about the combination of the fiscal stimulation and the low rates of employment and and that inflation would accelerate they were very worried about the classic cycle happening in my opinion too worried about that and so going into two year end they over tighten the ending <hes> then did a sharp reversal opinion and appropriate sharp reversal because the inflation risks and the growth risks are exaggerated but ultimately there is a narrative in the markets now has been overly responsive to bond market pricing so just to clarify you don't agree with that. View doesn't carry much weight with me. I think that people who say that presume that the fed things the bond market is right and one can conjecture at the bond market see something that the fed needs to follow or or one could say that the yield curve becoming inverted and what is discounted and the price means something that the fed should be more cautious. Those was a reasonable statement. Realistically you have to ask what is that something that is causing the long rates to go down while the economy's slowing slowing for a number of reasons and then of course we're fairly late in the cycle we have the greater wealth gap and optimism polarity laverty and geopolitical issues particularly with china so if you were to look at the world economy as a whole you would say say that there should be an easier monetary policy and if you look at the interest rate differentials and the currency movement and what the federal reserve i can do it's reasonable that interest rates would go down and that they would be led by the market at a faster pace <hes> than <hes> the fed goldman sachs strategist agree that recent market actions make sense amid rising growth uncertainty. They actually argue that despite very high index levels you can nc growth concerns reflected across risky assets in the performance of higher quality and defensive sectors in equity credit and commodity markets so bond markets are less of an outlier than they first appear beyond hot seats. The firm's chief economist says these growth concerns are overdone if anything he's more concerned about the direction the fed and is less convinced that the benefits of easing here outweigh the potential costs namely the increased likelihood of so-called hard landing for the u._s. economy. How worried should we really be about u._s. And global growth it seems to me that the growth outlook while clearly not a strong as in two thousand seventeen two thousand eighteen eighteen is still pretty decent. We're looking for growth in the two percent range in the second half of this year and then actually a little bit more than that in two thousand thousand and twenty which would still put us a touch above or estimate the underlying trend pace of growth which is in the 175 range so <hes> yeah we're we're we would say cautiously optimistic that were still going to see decent one reason for this is the easing and and financial conditions which has taken place really for most of this year and again more clearly in recent weeks which should mean that the impulse from financial financial conditions to growth is going to become somewhat more positive as the year goes on that trip b visible and things like homebuilding where there's a very direct impact from for mortgage rates and also personal consumption where equity prices obviously matter so how much should the recent shift toward and even more dovish bias from the fed which has this recently prompted us to assume that we are going to see some cuts this year how much should that temper concerns about growth and inflation disappointments. I mean does that really need on all well. I think it helps easier monetary policy. I think does have real effects. I think in the u._s. It's uh relatively easy to generate positive impulses because the funds rate is two point four percent strictly in positive territory you can law or the funds rate you can thereby generate easing financial conditions that will have an impact on growth and of course some of this is already frontloaded market pricing anticipating fed cuts cuts in the us to me doesn't look particularly necessary. I mean to me it. Actually looks like the economy is fine even without monetary easing so here. It's really not a question of whether monetary easing is effective but whether it's necessary. Do you think the fed is setting up a policy mistake by intending or signaling. They're on the verge of cuts. It's a question of costs and benefits so i think when the economy is generally fine and you're maybe providing a little a bit more additional stimulus. The benefit is relatively limited and it's possible that ultimately over stimulate the economy you push the unemployment unemployment rate down to a level that is too low to be sustained in the longer term with inflation at about two percent and then and you need to increase the unemployment rate over time and historically. It's been very difficult to do that without a recession. There's never been an increase in the average of the unemployment rate of more than thirty five basis disappoints that wasn't associated with the recession and i think that's probably a somewhat bigger issue now than it might have been comparable episodes in the past because because of some of the politics and some of the influence on the fed from the electoral calendar for example we are going into an election year if they we do deliver some insurance cots and two thousand and <hes> nineteen <hes> as we're we're we're projecting it will be much harder to to unwind. Those insurance cuts in two thousand twenty. If it turns out that the not needed or maybe even counterproductive <hes> now if it was a very clear cut that case i think they would hike in two thousand twenty but at the margin it's just going to be a harder as you approach a probably very contentious presidential look so do you think the market is too concerned about growth and maybe not concerned enough that the fed could be heading ultimately atlanta counterproductive jim action. Yes <hes> i. I am concerned about that. I think that the market is somewhat concern. On growth. I think markets to lawn flation asian markets underestimating the extent to which the current weak inflation numbers are driven by more special factors. I think what chairman paul's at at the me press conference not doing press conference but the main press conference about the outliers in the core p._c. A._c. numbers and the much stronger message sent by the dallas fed's trim mean p._c. Index all of those things i thought were correct then and they remain correct saw aw i think we'll see you see a rebound inflation and not as concerned about inflation expectations as many in the markets partly because i think that break even inflation compensation in the bond. The market is not a great measure of inflation expectations. The service actually still look consistent with inflation expectations that are anchored around two percent so yeah i mean i i have a different sense of the relative risks and therefore also a different sense of where you're more likely to make a mistake i think the dominant market view is that the fed's been too slow and they continue to be too slow and they need to move expeditiously in the direction of easier policy. My view is that if they moved too quickly and to aggressively than they are at risk of over stimulating the economy and thereby raising the risk of a hard landing you know maybe not in twenty twenty but <hes> at some point in the future janas also somewhat concerned about the amount of political pressure on the fed which poses a threat to its independence so obviously the other factor here has been the white house's pressure on the fed to keep rates low or cut further. How much do you think that's benefactor. Do you think there there is reason to be concerned about the independence of the fed well. I think there is some reason to be to be concerned. I mean the pressure has been very overt. Coach and the desire to appoint political loyalists to <hes> fed positions has definitely been there so there has been talk about firing or demoting chair paul. It's a little unclear how far that <hes> that wind but you know all of goals things are of course threats to the independence of the of the federal reserve. I think the fed is still independence. Still does act independently leave. I don't think that chair paul and his colleagues take orders from the white house. However i also think that there is sort of an indirect avenue the new for pressure on the fed that goals via the bond market because clearly the bond market is responsive to political chatter and reports of much more dovish appointees appointees for the board of governors or demands for for rate cuts and to the extent that the f._o._m._c. puts more weight on bond market pricing and setting a <hes> its own policy. I think that is way in which the political pressure can actually have some impact so for me. This is another reason to be somewhat skeptical that that we should be putting all that much weight on bond market pricing and be a bit more resistant to the idea of the fed should be just deliver what the bond market's pricing so what would this slightly more optimistic outlook mean for the sustainability of the broader rallies. We've seen in pretty much everything this year even if growth holds up as our economists m._s. expect goldman sachs research things were still likely to see to federate cuts and a broader bond rally prevail but that won't do much to boost stocks going forward according to our achieve u._s. Equities strategist david causton who sees growth and policy uncertainty keeping equities moving sideways through your end as positioning
Daniel Pantaleo, O'neill And Commissioner discussed on Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning
"Let's get right to it Daniel Pantaleo was fired yesterday by commissioner o'neill and who better to we'll get his thoughts on this subject that I think is really dividing the city than former police commissioner bill Bratton good morning to you bill morning Michael so I got to ask you did your friend commissioner o'neill make the right decision in firing officer Pantaleo well obviously Jimmy commercial nail believe she did that he had access to significant amounts of information that's been gathered over the last five years the by the trial judge that went into great detail as to her recommendations so process was one of the I think everybody agrees that took much too long that will be one of the lessons learned going forward the the idea that historically police agencies the poor to the justice department the US justice department on issues involving US civil rights investigations I think this one will be a watershed in that five years justice department could not make a decision that delayed the NYPD Blue report on theirs I think in future years to be less difference the justice department but quite obviously occasional Neil anguish over his decision let you know by that one and that is say is the final say what message bill does it send to other policemen I mean a commission it was saying the chokehold was appropriate the beginning but he held it too long for seventeen seconds I mean seem to send a message to the police beat out he could be really careful when you arrest somebody now well technically that message is always there going back to my days in nineteen seventy joining the Boston police department at a rest the ultimate use of police power other than the use of deadly force and it's something that is always brought with Carol cheekily when that aggression is being resisted it was as it was in this case absolutely led to the awful tragedy in New York state as in many states there is no right to resist arrest and this one certainly have extraordinary tragic consequences for the god family discount certainly but also for panel ale for the department for the city for the nation as it wrestles with this historic problem that is very much in the forefront of very much look for fun over the last few years here in the ark because of the we got a case its resolution of the garner case in the sense of it was an action there was a charge there's been a finding there's a penalty but the issues underlying it all the racial tension the racial discord the country's original sin if you will what remains of apartment has been making great efforts with the support of many communities around the city to try and heal those historical tensions conditionally on particular the irony the neighborhood policing program that he lied about that that pushing very heavily these last so we is is beginning to take hold one of the things that would attempt to address is exactly the situation that the hospital they honestly gonna found themselves in Hopkinsville plaque that morning the idea of a community that wanted something done about major disorder in the in the area drug dealing distorted public drinking public urination they had said enough but as the police to into the sea please send to cedar and unfortunately the result was what with with us for the last five years going forward the the restoring order requires such as police action active which is based but it clearly is a shared responsibility do you have a message to the rank and file and the PBA as you saw was extremely upset there's some talk about job actions slow downs and things like that and obviously they feel put upon now and and and sort of dissed by the commissioner what would your message be to the rank and file today but it's the same one official nails quite pointing out that putting out to them that this was a tragedy for everybody but as New York City police offices as police officers if taken the nose to uphold the law to enforce the law to go to a danger and they will continue to do that I think some of the union comments unfortunate that being betrayed as a call to inaction in courage in offices to slow down if you will some offices may the majority will not the nature of policing often times require is strong assured of action and offices will continue to move toward the calls the service the calls to danger a slowdown serves no purpose because it gives the criminal element in the city a sense of the police aren't going to do anything and if it goes on for a long period of time then please trying to regain control is more difficult effectively a call for a slowdown in action increases the danger and risk June the oxy city police officers because the message will go out the cost of college the cops in cells are free to act well we we already have the situation with the cops having water thrown at them the other day in Brooklyn I actually shots fired whether trying to respond to will call I I think they feel pretty put upon right now and nobody's got their back again and you know in this this comes right after these type of episodes where it seems like this kind of behavior was tolerated well that's exactly the point I'm making the I. dear they do not feel that they are being supported the judge for example on one of the arrest was made in that melee a book from the other evening the the prosecutor in book one was not been particularly supportive of the police and the police are respected I recommend the ten thousand dollar bail according to the article I saw in the paper this morning and the the judge in that case basically put the the young man into a diversion program she didn't accept the bail recommendation from a district attorney's office who very seldom recommends bail in mostly focuses on the version this case he did not show it correct that is not a great deal of support on the criminal justice reform movement on the part of a number of Jie's water judges and cops understand that but the idea here is they still have to go out and do their job do it legally constitutionally within the guidelines and policies as if they don't then their job becomes even more dangerous to them and to the public as a whole that's just the reality of it Joe might be a B. H. H. slow down as it was back in two thousand fourteen during the tragic deaths of boxes the detective of the salute probably likely will there be a vote of no confidence informational nail in the mail almost guarantee but the as time goes on all this will basically be behind them in some respects as relates to this issue but the underlying problem is still there that yesterday was not a resolution it was with a basically a the swatch will particular incident at a particular time but the underlying issues many of which you just raging terms of officer concerned about not being supported at the ironically after three straight years of crime decline in the city which was largely brought about by the NYPD working with the ace that working with the community but largely the direct result of their actions and their sacrifices all right former New York police commissioner bill Bratton thanks for your thoughts thoughts bill we appreciate it okay all of us Michael good morning take care bye
Are mass shootings really on the rise?
"This is the reason podcast and i'm your host nicoletti. The horrific mass killings in paso in dayton have understandably inspired terror in america and calls for expanded gun control predictive policing and mental health interventions designed to reduce violence but northeastern university criminologist james alan fox the leading researcher on the topic for the past thirty five years tells reason there is no evidence that we're in the midst of an epidemic of mass shootings the number of incidents. It's and casualties are simply too small to make such claims and he stresses the media coverage of shootings ends up creating a false sense that gun violence which she is at or near historic lows is ubiquitous in growing in a wide ranging interview fox explains the common characteristics of mass killers. Why violent crime involving guns has declined over the past several decades and how cable t._v. and social media contribute to a false sense of panic james alan fox. Thanks for talking to reason blecher. Let's start by defining terms. I what is the difference between a mass shooting in a mass public shooting well. Most mass shootings actually occur occur in private in private homes for example <hes> family annihilation then there's all mesh shootings that are related to a robbery or or drunk trump deal on bad or gang turf wars public mass shooting joey defined as a mass shooting where where there's essentially no real connection between the perpetrator and the victims typically <hes> carried out in a public replace as opposed to private home and it can be people they know such as co workers at a plant plant or keep be total strangers and when we're talking about mass shootings what is the number you prefer to use for the number of casualties or the number number killed. I prefer using four more people killed not including the perpetrator and that traditionally was the definition going back decades <hes> even when they i started doing research on this topic in the early nineteen eighties and it wasn't until two thousand thirteen after the sandy hook massacre that the idea came about that you know technically some shot doesn't mean that they're killed and technically mass shooting doesn't have to involve any i guess at all and so the term definition used by violence archive for example is four people shot but what's important to point out all those those although they matter and not inconsequential not the same thing as a mass killing in fact in half of the cases of mass shootings for more people shot and half of those cases no one's killed in three quarters of those cases either zero or one person's killed now the problem comes when these numbers for example we recently heard that there are more shootings mashes this year the days but these kind of statistics are reported in the aftermath of a mass killing and most americans don't <music> get the difference they fused. They think that every day we're having episode like el paso or dayton and we're not so i think it's important to distinguish the two in in my book my research. I've always held to four more people killed. I think it's clear cut death is is gonna cut whereas an injury can be reminder me shot and have very little in terms of injuries so four more people killed not including the perpetrator upgrade some databases include the perpetrators death <hes> dick and count the death count and then that that's partly a problem because if they're going back and using i mean they're they're using different standards at different times so that you really can't compare or create a pure the trend line right and then also i should point out that in two thousand and thirteen the congress passed a bill will lead to school violence which they arbitrarily defined <hes> a mass shooting is free and more people killed <hes> mother jones which is one organization station has been collecting data on mass killings mass shootings <hes> switch from four to three and were killed but didn't change didn't go back and filling the data for the earlier years so if you just take the mother jones data and put it on a graph such as n._b._c. news did last last week you see big jump after two thousand thirteen because the numbers after two thousand thirteen include incidents with three people killed and those before four yeah let me just quickly ask you to kind of psychologists a bit because both your mother jones does that in that has the effect of kind of amping up hysteria or fear of of mass shootings but donald trump also does that when he talks about crime you know why do people want to live in a world that has more crime in it rather unless they want to i think that <hes> sensational numbers large numbers for big headlines lots of readers yeah so we have heard in the in the past couple weeks <hes> the one more the one mash shooting the day that states and we seem calendars that show you how many occur each day <hes> i mean i understand that technically. It's a mass shooting but boy it. Can it misleads. Please the public into thinking there's constant danger out there and also in terms of the wanna day mass shootings most are not public. Most of them are family only related incidents. A lot of gang related is drug related incidents. Not the kind of random shootings with large death tolls that we saw in el paso and they can you quantify. I mean what's broadly speaking. What's the percentage of kind of private or mass shootings. Versus mass has public shootings well. I can tell you mass killing because clear cut data on mass killings that half of mass killings these are essentially family related episodes a guy <hes> kills his wife and all the kids for example or some other relatives so half family related and then we have another large category that felony related corrupts robberies and gang game related and so forth and only about a quarter less than a quarter actually are the public variety so up until a couple of years ago we had generally on on average about five four or five public mass killings a year <hes>. There's been a slight increase in last couple of years where it's actually reach ten in two thousand eighteen but we're still talking about the the rarest aris form of mass killing it. It's the rarest but the scariest and in your work you talk about how at least through two thousand fifteen they're going back to the early early eighties when the nut mercer kind of first place there really isn't a clear trend in the number of incidents but then you you hypothesize catholic size over the past couple of years that has actually been an increase. Is there a way or is it useful to talk about that. In terms of the increase statistically significant or is that there are so few instances even if you're almost doubling the number it's still you don't know if it's signal or noise. We don't really know that this trend will continue <music>. It's only been a couple of years. We've seen this bump up and by the way there have been other times in the past <hes> three or four decades. We've had a spike in the number of mass killings and people start declaring them epidemics and pulse sudden the epidemic dissipates so two thousand seventeen two thousand eighteen so an increase in two thousand nineteen so far as well. I don't know if this trend will continue. I certainly hope not but i will tell you that part of the problem uh is there really is a contagion effect and now i'm not talking about publicity about the shooter you know and i don't scribe griped the name the shooter a show what i what it basically means that there's tremendous amount of panic country obsession with the whole idea of mass shootings shootings the majority of people thinking that they're going to be someone their families can be thick mass shootings and the more we obsess about it and the more we you see on television images of people crying and running from crime scenes it plays right into the mindset of a few people out there who would love the event in their neighborhood so we actually are contributing to it through our fear and obsession. Is it true that well the number of incidents haven't been going. It's not clear if they've been going up or it's a continuing trend but our mass shootings or mass killings. Are they becoming more for more violent or more fatal well. We do know that some of the largest that we've had occurred in the past dozen years over half the largest tempur occurred in the last years we had if you look at cases in which for example with twenty or more people were killed. We had pulse pulse in orlando last vegas. Shooting of course we had el paso and we had virginia tech <hes> sandy hook but but you know there are also cases prior in prior years we had twenty one killed at a mcdonald's in nineteen eighty four. We nineteen ninety one. We had twenty three people people killed at a at a luby's cafeteria but we have seen this increase in the large body count incidents. Now it's base. It's also hard to stash trend based on what five or six people done it in a country of three hundred thirty million. Can you talk about the <hes>. Is there a profile of shooters. The paso and dayton shooters seem on the one hand. They'll pass shoot or left a very ideological goal manifesto where he explained things he referenced other christ church killing in new zealand and berries things the dayton keller did not seem to leave any record behind neither did the vegas shooter which strength but is there are they. What what motivates mass killers and is there a clear understanding you you know that kind of can explain the whole the whole mess of people or are. They really kind of idiosyncratic well. There are some common factors that the president on every case but most cases typically the mass killer has a history of frustration and failure and disappointment in life <hes> struggling at work in relationships school and secondly and importantly they blame other people they externalize blame. Nothing's ever their fault. The wife doesn't understand them guy. The boss doesn't give them the good assignments or the recognition they deserved. They see themselves as victims of injustice if you if you think you're to blame for your own inadequacies you might take out your frustrations and misery and yourself and others <hes> and then third is that these individuals <hes> lack support systems they often time to live alone or loop with the people with whom they share their problems. They don't have others to bounce things off to help them get through the hard times and to give them a reality check when they start thinking thinking that they're the ones who mistreated and no one else's are they exclusively male ninety five percent mill. Yeah what what does that ninety percent setup ninety percent of murderers our meal. You know murder itself. It's a male dominated activity and and mass murder even more so well they the two factors there's is of course the access to means of mass murder destruction which is part of the reason for the dominance men men are much couple around guns off time under trained in having used guns go target practicing and then finally there's some precipitate which is generally something like job loss or i've been kicked out of the house which by the way off and much more impacting men guy who's who loses his job. Does he lose his income and he he tends to lose his friends because men tend to their friendships and work and also his self esteem.
Vehicle infotainment systems dangerously distracting, especially for seniors
"Okay I knew triple a study shows those in vehicle infotainment systems are distracting drivers especially older drivers drivers between fifty five and seventy five are spending on average eight additional seconds finding music navigation calling prompts and triple a says these complex designs of the infotainment systems are causing problems for older drivers we're joined now by ABC's Ryan borough and the older folks are having a harder time with this stuff all Ryan well it and ironically a lot of these expensive infotainment systems are in luxury vehicles that many fifty five and older are driving so there may be a little bit of a skew when it comes to this now what triple A.'s trying to show is two things number one it doesn't matter how old you are you're being distracted if you're trying to dial a call if you're thirty six years old and younger it takes you about seventeen seconds to do that from one of these prompts the in the inside of a vehicle it takes you if you're fifty five and older it's taking you twenty two seconds of five more seconds if you're trying to dial up some navigation thirty one seconds for those thirty six and younger and for those fifty five and older it's taking you forty second self a little bit slower when it comes to fifty five and older that being said we've all been distracted and what triple A.'s hoping is this information they can take to automobile makers and say look all the seconds that we're spending trying to dial someone or trying to look for you know some kind of music or punching navigational addresses it is time that we're taking our eyes off of the road this is a problem we need more voice commands we need more things that we can hear as opposed to seeing because even though it's on that console next to us your eyes are still Darden back and forth and that could be very what you do you need a class almost I mean when you when you buy a new car nowadays the technology is changing so quickly that there are many more things to think about in the car many more either either buttons are voice commands that are needed for various things in the car and and a lot of dealerships don't offer this they sell you the car and say here's the manual how about it yeah I mean this is just another example of the kind of direction we're going if we want to spend a little time in the car looking up music and sending taxing emails were probably getting closer and closer to a time when eventually the computers will be driving us and we'll be able to just sit in the backseat do whatever we want that being said you know there's been this big push in a lot of the states to keep hands off of cell phones while you're driving here in Illinois where I'm at you can't even touch your cell phone if your car is in motion or even at a red light and what this study shows it's not your cell phones it's you know just because your vehicle is you know has one of these these consoles in them with all these electronics doesn't necessarily mean that you're any safer when you're driving that's what triple H. hoping to to to prove as well in this survey maybe they need fifty five and seventy five year old engineers to to figure this out five if that is the real
Trump welcomes Apollo 11 astronauts
"President trump today welcomed Apollo eleven crew members buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins to the White House of course tomorrow the fiftieth anniversary of the first moon landing relatives of the late Neil Armstrong or at the White House as well the president asked doctor older and his thoughts on the statement that of NASA the number one rocket straight now in the US we have a number one spacecraft not yet corporate with significant capability that's a great disappointment to me yeah because he is not happy but Apollo eleven did lift off fifty years ago this week in the anniversary of the landing is tomorrow Caro these Allen sky I talked with the flight director of Apollo eleven Gerald Griffin says the crew and everybody at mission control was well prepared we had been out to the men twice already once on Apollo eight and just ordered the free Apollo ten we did everything by plan Alexander was a dress rehearsal and he says that preparation help everyone stay calm and they aren't strong the fed to fly along and kill like a helicopter does finally found a suite of place but when we landed we only had about seventeen seconds of fuel left he says NASA got a clear message from both Democrats and Republicans in Washington he wants both parties to do that again what we need to do is go back to the main establish some sort of habitat of some kind and explore what we've got to do ultimately to go on to Mars refrains from for fourth and graduated from Arlington Heights
3 Russians, 1 Ukrainian face murder charges for downing of MH17
"Three Russians and one Ukrainian face murder charges in the crash of Malaysia Airlines flight, m h seventeen two hundred eighty three passengers and fifteen crew members died when the plane was shot down by a missile five years ago, international arrest warrants have been issued for the four men. Authorities say the suspects are accused of obtaining, the missile not firing it. And Russia has denied involvement. And instead said Ukrainian forces shot down the plane a trial expected to take place next
"seventeen seconds" Discussed on Murder Minute
"Of the calls was seventeen seconds after three IM Travis call. Jodi twice the first time for eighteen minutes the second time for forty one minutes. And at four zero three. AM Jodie called him back and the last, call was two minutes long and forty eight seconds. The Coles and transcripts were not presented in the Jodi Arias trial at five thirty nine AM Jodi went to rent a car for a trip to Utah as stated in evidence by gasoline purchase at a shell food Martin Eureka on the morning of June. Second Jody rented a car at budget rent center in Redding, California. She indicated that she would return the car.
"seventeen seconds" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"He did it to dominate Brazil? It was just two minutes and seventeen seconds into the fight win. He landed this punch. That ended the fight. This is the first round now naturally. We will look forward to his next fight that could be between Tyson fury or Anthony Joshua both who have upcoming fights next few weeks do Joshua, or fury really want it with the auntie welder. I remember seeing an Assan when I was little number where it came from Joshua fought the battle of Gerry Cole and the walls came tumbling down. I don't remember what that came from watch. A lot of cartoons growing up. I would love to see Deontay wilder fight Anthony, Joshua. I don't wanna see him fight Tyson fury again. I know a lot of people are really clamoring for that fight, but I feel like it's on to the next and he Anthony Joshua stepping into the ring will be. Oh so mega for the heavyweight division wilder, the first American born champion since what Shannon Briggs. I think you're like two thousand six two thousand and seven I remember the sweet science in a day where the heavyweight champion of the world also equals the baddest man on the planet, and he continues to embody that not only with his performance in the ring, but he's really charismatic outside of the ring he continues to be successful on his own. I just saw him win a couple of sports Emmys with Showtime. So he's winning right now. So the next step would be to fight Anthony Joshua who he continues to ask for. He did it on our show. He did it in the ring. He did it anytime. Somebody would look and I got one month. Eight for dominate. Brazil was a one of my favorite movies rest in peace. John singleton. His boys in the hood, and you're a member when the kids were just milling around, and they were bought a train tracks and all of a sudden, one of them just hop up. And it was a young ice cube. Doboy. You wanna see a day of body? You wanna see a day of body? And usually will you from the hood. You like sure you know what I mean? 'cause you hear about that kind of activity, all of the time, you, let me see what is about? I actually almost saw that in a ring with Dominique Brazil the way he got punched by Dante wilder a man. What a way to make a living. I admire I admire price fighters. No question about it. Jalen, I also wanna see wilder fight Josh with next. That would be the biggest fight. They can think of in years, made probably since the first triple g Cannella, but Jalen rose, we will have Anthony Joshua in this studio soon. Ever lane has a mission make the world's most to stain -able sneakers make them to last make them completely carbon neutral and never stopped pushing to make them better tread by ever lane is a leather trainer. That's the lowest impact of its kind made with less waist, and almost no virgin plastic. It's also completely carbon offset the treads use recycled, plastic wherever possible. Like for the laces lining, Strobl board and more nine and a half discarded bottles, or a nude to make every pair and eighteen percent less carbon is omitted to make those components. So.
The mystery behind the stockpiling of inventories that led to the GDP surprise
"The big mystery in the GDP report where did the inventories come from. And I'm wondering I have the answer. I think I had the answer. But so here we got the report out this morning about here. We are the individual, right? So the end of the quarter was almost a month ago, the gross domestic product the broadest measure of the economy. How is the economy doing is this number? And so there was a lot of heat about the fact that Barack Obama was the first president in eons to not have any full year growth of three percent came close to couple of years, but it had some quarters better than that. But the full years of his term it office two thousand nine all the way through two thousand sixteen. Nope. No three percent growth. We used to think. Three percent growth was not regular. But it was it was common enough to where people would go. We haven't had. Are you kidding me? Nope. We haven't. So as a result. President Trump said we we're going to get the economy moving again. And so two thousand seventeen was his first year, but he came in you know, like January and what was the growth rate. I'm trying to look up my GDP here. So it becomes one of those where. Didn't make it into hundred seventeen two thousand eighteen. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. We're going to get three percent growth. Got two point nine. Two point nine. That's it. And so as a result everybody still waiting for that three percent growth come back in the question is why are we not getting three percent growth? Well, here we come out with. This report comes out the first look, it's a it's a best guess is thirty roughly the end of the first month after the end of a quarter. So here we are. And then they look at it again another month from now, and they'll look at it again for the third and final time in June just before the end of the second quarter. They will give our final final report on GDP for the first quarter. The first look at it was today, and it came in at three point two percent. Hey, it's above three and be it is way above what was being expected. I mean, it was it was expected to be to something. And instead we come in at three point two percent. So this is a very good number. And it surprised everybody. And that's why the story in Markelle watches the big mystery and the GDP where did the inventories come from? Well, I will tell you this. Our our imports fell. So we did not by as much stuff from overseas. That's good. Our exports. Were up nice and strong. They added a more than one full percentage point of the three point two is from net exports. Oh, consumer spending. And this is one you've heard this before you don't have to be an economist. But you and me we combined consumer spending drives two-thirds of the economic engine in this country two-thirds of the economic growth comes from you and me spending. Well, guess what? Consumer spending was lousy in the first quarter. It was only one point two percent that is down more than half from the previous quarter. So you've got a rise in exports huge. Decline in imports. And higher inventory. Is what drove this number up to three point two percent. So why is market watch asking the big mystery and the GDP report where did the inventories come from? The whole thing is way more than anybody expected way more. But the higher inventory is a simple one to answer. There were a lot of companies in this nation that were buying before. More tariffs went into
"seventeen seconds" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"When you accept all things as they are, it doesn't mean, you're happy. Like, I wasn't happy. I was in a car accident. I wasn't happy. I got cancer. When you accept all things as they are you accept unconditionally? It's more powerful than happiness because happiness is an emotion, which is fleeting, right? We've all been happy one minute phone call change that like what? Oh, yeah. Right. So, but when you accept things you can't change and you live in the state of unconditional acceptance. It's it doesn't produce an emotional state. It's an emotional neutrality where it's neutral, it's in between happiness and sadness is a state of peace. It's a state of unwavering piece. It's it's a state of being where your motion neutral, and then you can go. Okay. I can't change it. So there's no point in feeling bad about it. Okay. I get that. I'm a smart person. And it takes training like I say do a thirty day challenge. And and at first people go how many when I speak on this raise your hand. If you think five minutes feels like kind of a short time, and you're going to be upset longer. And they're like, oh, I need more than five minutes, and I get like five hours to be pissed off right on and I go that's what I thought when I learned this. And here's what happened. I set my timer for five minutes the first time, and I'm like, oh, this is bullshit. I did Reverend by biometrics often like still mad, and then, but I went okay, I'm going to stick to. Okay. Deep breath. Can't change it. Okay. Still. I still have these resonant negative, you know, emotional, whatever. And then after I mean, it was literally a few days, maybe the third fourth fifth time. I set the timer. I set the timer. And I'm like son of I can't believe this lady cancelled the appointment. This was a huge needed this. And then I'm like bullshit, man. And I picked up my phone, and I'm like, four minutes and seventeen seconds. And I go what what's the point of being upset for four more minutes when I could just get on the phone and schedule another two appointments and make up for this. So it was extraordinary. How I went from thinking, oh based on my current paradigm, and my reality and my emotional patterns five minutes is not enough to within a week less than a week. I'm like, oh, I don't need five minutes. I need five seconds to like get mad, and they'd be like can't change it and move on. And so you recondition this. And that's why when I had cancer I was able to accept it within five minutes and not even though I'm still seventy percent chance of dying and leaving your kids. I'm like, okay. Well, if that happens, I have whatever I'll deal with that. I mean, I'm going to have to process this. But I'm not gonna let motion will be paint pain be part of the journey because I don't have to. So when you hear this sound. Four. And it's like, I don't, you know. And let me give you one more example Jordan for people to really understand what Di back into the two equations, but I mean, the two decisions, but the, but traffic is a great example, most people. Hey, Rachel traffic. Right. Of course. I hate traffic. I'm like, well, why would you hate traffic? Like, you can't change at the cars and funny. We're going slow. You can't change that you're gonna be late. Now, you can't change any of those things, but you can choose to accept all the things that are out of your control. And then just turn up the radio or smile and feel happy or focus on things you're excited about in your life or focus on your what you're grateful for whatever. And so I love traffic because it's a microcosm for life to realize that oh, I get to choose whether or not I enjoy the journey. I get to chew I can be upset over the traffic upset over the things. I can't change upset over the fact that he had cancer in fact that I lost my job. I can let these destroy me and made me depressed and angry or.
Michael Cohen, Special Counsel And FBI discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"The special counsel investigation had Michael Cohen in its crosshairs before the FBI raided his home and office last year. Correspondent Aaron Katersky has more released documents show Robert Muller's sought Michael Cohen's emails earlier than previously known in July twenty seventeen two months into the special counsel investigation. The documents also show that after a decade at Donald Trump's side Cohen's personal financial situation was more dire than previously known as Trump took office. Cohen started shopping his access and the FBI was concerned. He was violating rules about lobbying on behalf of foreign clients. Cohen ultimately pleaded guilty to financial and campaign finance crimes, everything about the ongoing campaign. Finance investigation is redacted Cohen is scheduled to report to prison in may to begin serving a three year
Cargo Jet Lost Control Before Crash That Killed 3, says Black Box
"Cockpit voice recorder recovered in the aftermath of a deadly crash of a Boeing seven sixty seven cargo jet that crashed just outside of Houston last month, indicates it lost control about seventeen seconds before the aircraft went down. That's according to the National Transportation Safety board. Three people were killed in the crash on the plane that was flown on behalf of Amazon.
"seventeen seconds" Discussed on Cheap Heat
"Now HOGAN Saint hold on one second. Hold on. Hold out. You understand? You don't understand once macho man turns his back on him? And then he turns back around with that pointed finger right in his face takes the finger points at Elizabeth now back at HOGAN. And then grabs HOGAN by the chin and pushes him then backs off a second. Hold on one second. But here comes pointed finger pointed to title, you're jealous of the title. You're jealous of Elizabeth the pointed finger back to the face of HOGAN, HOGAN, say no, it's not like that brother. You don't understand? Oh, he understands exactly what it is. He understands exactly what you're doing are hogs now trying to cop a plea. But it's too late the fingers wagging. Oh, and now the finger wagged right on Hogan's knows who shoves macho man's hand away. Macho man going back and forth, HOGAN, HOGAN, still pleading the anger grows, its savage. It's HOGAN the finger back in Hogan's face miss Elizabeth trying to make her way to our feet from the gurney. But she's still in pain HOGAN turns and bow before you know, it the belt comes crashing across the forehead. Macho man breaking up the mega powers with the WWE championship across hulk Hogan's face macho man and his yellow mega-powers tights on top of all Cogan. And now miss Elizabeth runs over to haul Kogen. I'm gonna splatter you right on top of him. What he says is highly upset coup off. Oh, my I did not remember e wasn't heart before she's definitely hurt. Now. I did not remember, by the way, not appropriate. Now. I did not. I did not remember. And now who was that was that Janetti was just about behaviors beefcake, and I did not remember him tossing miss Elizabeth so badly. He I hope I hope there's a crash paddle something back there because she she went for lying frame. And now beefcake beefcake trying to break it up savage is turning over the gurney. Savages lost it. This is a man who's lost his mind. Hogan's trying to get up and now savage says, no, I think I'll get outta here. Now. And there you have it, ladies and gentlemen, it took thirty four minutes and seventeen seconds of the main event to really tell one of the great friendship breakup of all time and his reported out. Now, we come back. They take a break. They come back thirty five minutes, and they're just going to give you a they're just gonna give you Hercules and Ted Diaz you little bit of action here. But what an unbelievable thirty four minutes. It was and Greg that was all the way back wait for it. You ready? I'm ready in. Three weeks. This event is thirty years old. Thirty nine teen eighty nine and we are now in two thousand nineteen brother. Oh, I'm sorry. Of all the Saturday nights main event, two main events, this has to be like the biggest one right? I think it's the most important Saturday. It's made event or may have out of all time. Yeah. I do. And now you cut by the way 'cause you know, Andre in HOGAN rematch was pretty aspect to now thirty five thirty nine into it. There backstage beefcake HOGAN, and there's mean Jean being perfect means gene handling the situation with seriousness because now now he's got to be the reporter guy who's covering. What is a very very serious situation backstage a situation that will set the tone for the mega powers exploding. Just a couple of short months later and Atlantic City. Yeah. And then it also sets the tone for for the next few years of savage Korea, which is kinda crazy to think about. It really does savage miss Elizabeth split end. They don't reunite until what wrestlemainia seven eight not for a while. Takes a long time. Are you want a little bit of male? This has been fun. Yeah. I enjoyed it. We do this. Again, you guys can tell us Rosa, very beats gmaiLcom. If you enjoy I know a lot of people do stuff like this hope our takes a little different. Let's say let's go to. To teach Adam writes us mean, my drop ready. Hold on. I gotta be all ready. Mail. Hey, Greg, and Greg is where the hulk HOGAN shirt to a w w van the equivalent of wearing a confederate flag shirt or a maga- hat..
"seventeen seconds" Discussed on WGN Radio
"That's great, man. The story and a little cooler because I don't really follow up that much. I watch near the end of the great I start to never been hot bed. I follow your call. Sports four playing great. Oreos pouting like the baby when his teams don't do what they wanna do. And I have a great big TV TV whatever year that was when the hawks one was seventeen seconds, go. Well, it was it was there were two goals that were scored in seventeen seconds back to back and that it was two thousand thirteen. All right. I'll try to keep up the thirteen metric. I should remember that. Yeah. So. She's at my house watching. Getting and mirror. Yes. Audi and getting louder and louder and louder and finally gets up something down and says, I'm outta here. That. Four. Drives from writes the old. Miles from my home. And I knew that. Well. What's up? And I reach over grab my phone call, and I thought no, no. And then I watched a little bit of the celebration. And I tried to time in my mind when will he be giving? I reached over the phone, and I said, hey, how's it going? He goes good. Nice. Driveway. Perfect time to run in insured or not. What are you talking about? I said. Churn. Is you? Little faith. And I hung up. Did he call you back? Mitch. He actually called me back. And he said, I probably shouldn't be mad at you. But I guess I gotta come in. And I absolutely. Yeah. That's a great story. A great start. Here's the deal. He actually stopped doing that. And. Basically said fell in love with the cubs plus three or four years. And he'll call me now, and then he absolutely stopped doing that. Joe remember, I think it was two years ago. How many Cup games where they came back from you know? What's it like it was over? And they started winning games the eighth or ninth inning. Poke him of that habit of being a baby and tuning out. That is so hilarious on. That's a great one. Great story. Mitch thanks for the call. Tell your dad the Bill Buckner. I will. I bet he knows that. When he probably knows that one. All right. Mitch. Thank you, buddy. They both have won glove for no apparent reason. I think I heard that one years ago, and I had died forgotten it..
"seventeen seconds" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"With the Atlanta he threw for three ninety nine and scored in the last couple of seconds. The one touchdown pass. He on Sunday against the Redskins cable seventeen seconds to go and the best play again was the pass interference. When somebody ran into Barkley. They got how many yards on that forty six and they got forty. Eighty three yards from Vernon picking up the fumble. There was forced by Landon Collins, and there are two big plays. What kind of football is this and nothing with the imagination. Not a flea flicker. Non an end around not something it's so predictable and boring. God, I, you know, I hate listen. I look forward to Sunday and keeping score at home. And I watch I don't like the idea. The vote teams are on at the same time. Even if you have two TV's right alongside each other. How can you focus? Well, maybe that's me. Maybe some others scared focus with no problem whatsoever. But the bottom line is and it's going to happen again with the both teams playing at one o'clock the but nonetheless and both teams look to be one. You couldn't tell one from the other to begin. With was like, you're seeing double he put on FOX. And there's one here put on channel two with the CBS, and there's the other and both would no offense and both with the defense's bending and breaking and it was like looking at one and the same the giants and the jets. The football in New York, the basketball hockey, what is it? You know, what it is? I'll tell you what it is. And I can only speak for myself. And then you'll speak for yourself. I would rather lose here than win someplace else where it doesn't matter as much one eight do I need to take a break awarded should I do Michael Pfleger mentoring. The program has the producers slash executive producer slash producers slash board operator choreographer and unit. Production manager all in one Michael. What did you think of the jets in Chicago? I think Sam Donald showed up and nobody else took the fight to help him where he had he was like rebus on an island by himself who was there. No running game fifty seven yards. Was it nothing from grow? Well, some of those rushing yards from darnold Crowell. Thirteen carries twenty five yards. He's get nothing on first down the receivers forget dropping passes. They couldn't even get open. Well, that was a step down from last week. We thought the game against the Vikings was bad. They made it worse. They couldn't get any separation. Could anybody take keep an eye on? What Trubisky was going to do? And what are you going to do is run? He's a better runner than passer. And the amazing thing is they told you before the game last week. They saw him do it against the patriots. They were gonna keep an eye on them. There was one play where they had the spy Copeland gets the sack, and then it's like the rest of the game. They just completely forgot about him after telling you it was going to be one of the things they focused on by the way over the weekend. I was in Romania visiting relatives had occurred due in game five. How did sandy Koufax do in game five against Clayton Kershaw is no sandy Koufax? We can finally put that to bed. Now. Can't we activate over? I think so. And of course, Boston fans and even the team a great team. Make no mistake, they deserve the congratulations. Playing New York New York in the in the locker room and with the propping of their champagne and then with the chanting with the Yankees and Boston Red Sox fans at Fenway park and games one and two and over the three games at Dodger Stadium there. Trending with the Yankees. What does that all about Michael chance or a little pathetic? But I know you like, and I like it to how for the rest of eternity all the Yankee fans when they hear New York New York after a victory. It's going to be there in the back of their mind. They're going to remember that the Red Sox played this song when they won a World Series title..
"seventeen seconds" Discussed on WEEI
"Starts now. Seventeen seconds. Still have time Thursday night football in New York. The Philadelphia Eagles twenty four the giants six Carson Wentz. Thirteen of one thousand nine hundred sixty four yards and two touchdowns. Meanwhile, Eli manning nine to twenty two one hundred forty two yards and one interception. Big nights. So far saquon Barkley nine carries for seventy one yards. Also four receptions for seventy eight yards. Be one else. Nagwa philly. Two catches for ninety yards touchdowns mouth. Sean Jeffrey, Zach ertz and Corey Clement. Meanwhile, it is going to be game. One of the NFL CS come Friday in Milwaukee, the brewers find the announcing what they're doing pitching wise. Here's manager Craig counsel. We have to think about this series differently covering the number of innings. We have to cover. It's definitely something. We have to think about differently. So we've done things differently. And we we feel like we've done differently. A whole bunch of the season. So he's going to be part of the conversation. But we also have to understand that visit different series, and it's different requirements for our for our pitching staff. And so we got to keep that in mind. Meanwhile, the dodgers day counter. Clayton Kershaw GIO Gonzalez of the walkie Dave Roberts on the series. Yeah. We want we want to finish off what we didn't finish off last year. So that's been our focus since after that game seven we're in a position right now where we can give ourselves an opportunity to get back there. But you do that by playing good baseball. So I think we do a very good job of not getting too far ahead of ourselves. But understanding the ultimate goal. Chili Davis getting fired as a cub hitting coach after just one season. Meanwhile, the Saint Louis cardinals and Adam Wainwright agreeing to a one year deal. This will be his fifteenth season all of them with the cardinals NHL scoreboard games, currently ongoing. Six seconds remaining Vancouver to one lead a Tampa Bay twelve minutes. Going the third LA Shana got Montreal to nothing for the rest of the scoreboard, NBC sports radio dot com. I'm Dan Schwartzman. Dan schwartzman. His team every night in-depth sports coverage and that so. NBC sports radio. Going t- with Dan Schwartzman. We're actually pretty much at halftime here. Thursday night football in New York. And it's bad. It really is bad. The Philadelphia Eagles just dominating the New York Giants. It is twenty four to six. That's how bad it is does not get much worse than this. But that's what it is. I mean, the reality is the New York Giants.
"seventeen seconds" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Jared Goff in the first half thirteen of seventeen two hundred fifty one yards four touchdowns. Huby rating of one fifty seven point five Kirk cousins on the other side twenty five of thirty two two hundred fifty five yards two touchdowns and a QB rating of one twenty point seven. Tony. I think the staff that tells the story only three months in the first half. It's unreal. One of the most amazing things as you look at the twenty eight points that the Rams have scored they did it on only running Twenty-three play scoring over one point for every play run. That's remarkable their last three storing drives to plays seventy five yards. Four plays seventy one yards to plays seventy three yards. And what type I mean? When is it? What's the last time? It happened that a team that has a quarterback that's one hundred twenty grading two hundred fifty five yards passing score twenty points in the first half. And they're the second best often. In the game. I mean, that's how good the Rams have been. They've been almost unstoppable. The only stop was the pressure. The one series where they got pressure and Gerry Goffin is if you look at the second half minutes really key moments or key things that we should be looking for is this for series is critical for the Vikings. They have to get a stop. I don't think they can afford to go down by two scores this I'm not saying the game dober- if it happens, but this is a really important moment in this football game for the Vikings. Kickoff from right to left countess's back deep for the Rams and Countess will take a knee. So this high flying Rams offense on the field to begin the second half Rams coming into this game averaging.
"seventeen seconds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Heloc said reading the one one is on the way that's infrastructure both guys tonight if done a good job at peppering zone for heloc cities beneficiaries only thrown fifty two pitches today seems like he's really settled in it's going to go out there the one to is cut on a miss struck him out fans little frustrated picks up his court strike down book it's like my interpretation hell alex is going out there you pay two dollars show you two million dollars in just shove get himself in a position where is next year he gets his earnings back up to where he believes he he keeps going i think you can earn up to four million extra dollars in performance bonuses offering downstairs strikes to catella martavis but yeah i mean you're talking about a guy who maybe not offer last year at five forty three era but yeah ticipant a much higher salary one on and that's up stairs it outside that salary at seventeen last year but cells that's it's a pretty big pay cut yeah that's under i love how we just drove know seventeen million around like that was at seventeen seventeen two to be exact two thousand seventeen with the phillies builds an oriels last year martell waiting at three oh here it is that's through there for a strike could tell by a single and a run scored on the peralta rbi triple partaking his sixth start at shortstop television fires swing at a ball ripped right field but right at harper's there to make the catch line out to right away felt book i remarked after his last at bat where he bought a fastball off it was inside on the hands he fought it off and shot into left leftfielder really good piece of hitting so that you you take away your proud of and then you carry the next bat well that time a breaking ball he got that front foot down kept his hands back just excel arated threw the ball unfortunately a bullet right at the right fielder i offering here zach godly is in for a strike.
"seventeen seconds" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"The messages of support he was moved out of intensive care manchester united's legendary former manager the most successful in british football is recovering from an emergency operation for a brain hemorrhage day after one of the biggest wins of his career kyle edmund attempts to reach the quarterfinals of the madrid open later the british number one's reward for beating twelve time grand slam champion novak djokovic she's a last sixteen meeting with belgium's david goffin and chris free remains fifty five seconds behind australian leader ron dennis koreans to stay six of cycling she right italia britain's simon as his wellplaced in seventeen seconds off the pace right now for around but the latest in us sports here's pete fox in the association the boston celtics hold on for a hardfought win over the sixers at td garden one fourteen one twelve led by jason tatum twenty five points they win the series four games to one advancing in the eastern conference final in a rematch of last year's conference final against lebron and the cavs baseball can anybody stop the yankees it doesn't appear so they extend their winning streak to eight in a row and seventeen of eighteen after coming from behind to beat the red sox nine to six at the stadium aaron judge is ninth to finish the night with three rbi in cincinnati the reds walked up the mets and ten to two one philadelphia no problem with the giants at citizens bank eleven three and the padres hold on for a two one win over the nets and san diego i'm pete fox that's your bloomberg nbc world sports update thank you very much indeed.
"seventeen seconds" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Who it's aimed at and they were they were the first to fire a shot on it their way out of the box on this republicans didn't think they needed to have any messaging at tax cuts tax cut everybody likes tax cuts not in twenty seventeen two thousand eighteen america not with as illinformed ill educated the american people are to them now tax cuts equals tax cuts for the rich only tax cuts for corporations even though they have much more disposable income and every paycheck so you heard the foreheads say they're going to run a net they're going to run on the why of tax cuts they're going to run on medicare they're going to run what else did he saving and run on bobbitt a tax bill social security what are the republicans threatened to cut social security or something no the republicans never do that but the democrats say they do every four years the democrats accused republicans of wanting to take away old people's homes all people's food old people's dogs take away their walkers in a takeaway social security every four years but why aren't they they have spent the last year the media has trying to convince everybody that trump is illegitimate trump's trump shouldn't even be president he stole it he cheated with the russians we got combs balk at commes memo's we got the muller investigation why aren't the democrats going to run on any you're listening to rush limbaugh voice on the right on the network rush limbaugh talk radio five sixty watered this.
"seventeen seconds" Discussed on 1070 The Fan
"Back in the huddle as the officials look over the monitor would look at the at t stat sheet keelan martin leads the way for butler with seven points wiedemann evolved that each with four but kamarck as just picked up his third personal nobody else has more than one for the bulldogs kamar has three of the six personal fouls that butler has fear the four staff while they're on a 600 rudderless four seventeen that doesn't give you an idea of what the last four and a half minutes have been legacy six overrun the before minutes and seventeen seconds for seton hall on their your night kidding curated and angel delgado lead the way delgado with a and carry 10 with 7 gently have not seen does he rodriguez he was warming up with a theme what does not flayed also ish nelson nogo is outs for this game it is going to be ruled a 3 looks like indeed it is a confirm permit is soast three shotty repair kit in carrington he's got seven three for a go look he made a couple of tough one drive but he's been forced to take tough shots pretty consistently throughout the night as what you wanna do you wanna make a guy on everything gary ten benz when he first free through was good pitting carrington as one of the better freethrow shooters in the conference aronson fifth fears shit picture the line big east one second once good not give seton hall the lead back 23 22 he's got one more the south point at the line spins the ball the left paul freethrow airborne and the third one snappy golf controlled by two twenty four twenty two four twelve pitiful token pressure by the pirates and then they will fall back on his own as well mark 230 martin at the top of the key he'll step back three on the air threat good beautiful who we had an advantage and you could see the dollar zhili spaced out and i said you they forestall the match up essentially main demand even though they were in that zone because of their four balancing spacing not allowed roux for q into work 10 points for martin inside look the dow cattle he lays it in that was a nice pass of a.
"seventeen seconds" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Takes like seventeen seconds to see any messages it's such as the white screen what what's phone do you have james you have an iphone or samsung i also have an iphone i don't like any of these funds i think the phones i i'm i want to go back to the blackberry i'm sorry i don't i i honestly do not like the way the iphones working and i'm not get any iphone 10 because everyone i know who has it hates it do you do you find that people have the iphone ten don't really like the iphone yeah i haven't heard many very chris crazy about it chris got the google found he didn't even want the ice i'm sick of apple and and that means you're eye turns of messed up and had things don't but he likes to google found better than he likes the i think that he likes the iphone but then we're like we don't like any foe the phone i would just get rid of the found but i have to use it for my for my work but this phone on the way to get coffee this morning i looked down and it was just doing all sorts of things no matter what i did i couldn't i couldn't get it to stop going to different sites weird it's never happened to me before and it had this weird flickering thing on the top of the screen like it was like this weird it looked like it was something out of the shining or something of it was it was totally possessed and thinking okay the russians are in the fall in the russians are deep state lucky my life is boring but deep states all over this fall maybe they're looking at pictures of anti and jimmy that's about all they're going to yeah yeah they really do a full exercise of the phone or whatever we have to do but the thing isn't working by the way jeff sessions was having dinner with the rod rosenstein and all francisco's a solicitor general last night and this we only got word of it when i was already on the air and people thought it was like these show of.
"seventeen seconds" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The fact that the cadet i serena j richie dave told with their force happy tonight it's the final regularseason home game where has the two thousand seventeen two thousand eighteen season gone wild airforce and cady she has no score after the first twenty minutes of play your first period intermission is brought to you by first command financial services coaching those who serve in their pursuit of financial security after tonight the falcons round the road next week to wrap up the regular season more head to the steel city the other steel city not poor blow but pittsburgh pennsylvania just outside of pittsburgh northwest of the downtown area out near the airport we is wound township and the i'll sports center it's the home of the i'm robert morris university coached by former air force assistant coach and associated coach gareth screw it added a pretty good year a good second half of the season and the falcons will wrap up the two thousand seventeen two thousand eighteen great new season with two rogue gains next week against the colonials out in the pittsburgh area and then after that it just depends how how things go as far as the standings and the post season barings in seedings depending on the standings in atlanta cocky we'll take another break we'll come back with more the first innovation after this on the air force img sports network presented by usa are.
"seventeen seconds" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Only need to give the fuel but will range should not easy to get it into the end zone probably a situation where my tomba who want to get that back and have a do of water antonio brown open to make a big play here if you are wandering corresponds wells career long fifty want is long this year fifty but he hit thirteen clear field goals at up yards jubal brown awaiting upon ranging to the near side goods park ground fields it at the thirty yard wide makes the first man madness ground trying to find some world garage china's slipped the ball out of his hands is trevor davis who makes the stopped of fifty two yard pont steelers walter on thirty seventeen seconds to work with now for ben roethlisberger and the steelers and from a thirty yard line jason you would need a good thirty five to forty yards before you could think about a field goal try you've got to timeouts the middle of the field is open detriot or do you play for overtime not they definitely try to steal of leaving their offense entrust ralph is worthy of timeouts did not in horrible group was a sugar couplets of someplace really put you to position round to go up to the line hunter and bryant to the right of the line first in ten thirty yard lives rothlisberger the shotgun snap chest die pressure comes late wings it to the left sideline for.
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"Kick everybody's in agreement getting ugly hitting really when does did it what are you gonna force there what do you have oh two a four touchdown favorite wealth is out the only game in the sec on bluegrass today after mad me breakdowns caused kentucky went against florida casket eastern michigan it is just another day but it's not just another day fifty years ago today became change permanently and for the better in the sec maria taylor joins us to celebrate the daewoo and a half a century ago the color barrier was broken in the sec maria please though right reefs and ultimately that change came down to exactly three minutes seventeen seconds at that time frame that represents sacrifice at the timeframe represents forward thing of course the courageous player decided to take the field and ultimately his position and college football history this making history going to help a lot of athletes society in general to understand the importance of this moment you must understand the importance of these no i'm about to sign into law the civil rights act 1960 the 19th 65 the nation's did at a crossroads social inequality ignited the civil rights movement and while changed swept the nation the sec remained segregated conference kentucky governor ned breath it new integration needed to happen henry recruited kentucky high school football star name northington to be the league's pioneer they knew that they needed to integrate the sec the kentucky should be first because in the northernmost state and i think that they wanted me to come specifically because i felt that i have the qualifications northington wooden carry the burden alone university of kentucky also sign greg page to help bring the fcc color barrier.