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"six nine minutes" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast
"Think that's possible. And if he does have those probably gonna call obviously could have threes or twos every once in a while is slow play. You can have seven six. Of course all those kind of unlikely. Whatever same seven seven but i think you. I think you've got to be pretty happy. To put in the race and the question becomes. How much do we raise. What are we trying to get called by. We're trying to get called by six or a worse full house. They'll probably call a lot. I think the players all in or at least very big. Like i said we are playing two hundred thousand deep. I believe each player has about thirty four and forty four. What's going on your fifteen thousand each in the pot so far something like that. Twelve thousand eight. So they're still playing like one hundred ninety two thousand deep. Can you realistically jam for hundred ninety over. Twenty seven k twenty seven k. Big shot wasn't it. Maybe you shouldn't go for all and then if there's never a player could get away with a big all. I think sam's the type of player who could get away with a big all and and get called by six store like pocket three. But i think most people probably just need to go a little bit smaller like one hundred hundred twenty something like that. What dream spot. Don't be afraid. don't just call just calling would be a disaster. Do not just sometimes you beat by the six in the six and that's okay. Don't be afraid of getting stack. Especially when you have the liberals second nuts how much they say hundred eight size. Maybe he should have gone all in here. I'm not sure. And look if you're in paul shoes. What a miserable spot think about this logically. What could sam actually have for valley. He probably wouldn't bet the turn with six. Let me see either has seven six which you lose to what else seven. Seven two two. You beat lose all that besides tutu. We ever as a six. He probably wouldn't bet too many six on the turn right list six a diamond six five six four eight six nine minutes not a lot of combinations of that and obviously he's not getting great pods in this scenario right has put an eight hundred hundred total of two eighty seven. Look at paul. I don't know if i said. I certainly thought this at the top of the video. Paul does not like to pay off nuts. I say that a lot of hope. I paid that said i allowed mr. Ed said that out loud. Go back and re-confirm he'll get in there and battled but when all the money goes in he tends to want to have the nuts at least in my experience. let's leave. he's gonna active on voter. I would literally never voting. Sam here you really gonna fall. I have a problem where i literally never make a big vote on tv. That's not true and it is the other day of the. Us poker open. I try to not make big goals on. Tv drinking considerate. Excuse me a nice. That's a nice. And i can't believe paul folded and save himself a whole boat of money. All right good job. good work. I never would've made that. I would have been about one hundred thousand pounds poor. Some glad i wasn't in that spot. That's a good luck in your games. Have a great great week. You've not checkout poker coach dot com slash. Free if you like. This clicking likened subscribe buttons below also. Click the notification belsen. You do not miss out on any content. We are putting out on a very regular basis for you here. Youtube dot com slash poker. coaching often. Today did you know this describing to this. Youtube channel will increase your poker win by thirty six percent. Go ahead actually. That was a bluff. You actually have to watch all the content and apply yourself and work hard and put in volume. Sorry about that..
"six nine minutes" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Here's a look at what's coming up on the California report coming up on the California report ridership on trains subways and buses has plummeted because of the corona virus pandemic and public transportation leaders acknowledge they don't know how to get passengers back I think every large transit agency in this country trying to figure it out the future of public transportation during the pandemic that's coming up on the California reports the California report is nine minutes before six nine minutes before seven and nine minutes before nine each weekday morning coming up on morning edition we're going to find out more about the race for a vaccine for covert nineteen that's straight ahead it's KQED public radio for the latest information and updates about the corona virus you can go to KQED dot org twenty four seven just think we're here for you seven and a half minutes past three it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm no well king good morning we're seeing signs of progress in the search for a covert nineteen vaccine and American biotech company moderno says preliminary results show it has a vaccine that is safe that's one step in a small trial eight people developed antibodies to the virus which could make them immune that's another step now in the meantime president trump said yesterday he is taking an anti malarial drug as a preventative measure despite the fact that drug hasn't been proven to work in that particular capacity the frontline workers many many objected it I happened to be taking it I happen to be taken hydroxy darkling when right when several weeks ago study objectives because I think it's what everyone in the stores and if it's not good I'll tell you right I'm not going to get hurt by it it's unfortunate that there's no evidence of high traffic for Quinn can prevent or treat the coronavirus tentatively he is with me now he's an infectious disease doctor he's also a vaccine researcher who leads the ethics program at the university of Vermont Medical Center good morning actually he good morning I want to start with president trump because he really surprised some people yesterday says he's been taking hydroxy Cllr Quinn as a preventive measure what is the scientific consensus on whether or not that is safe the scientific consensus is that we don't know yet whether it helps to fight because in nineteen and we know that it has risks and so I think president trump this is coming to a common misconception that lots of people have which is if it's in an experimental trial it must help me and it can't hurt and that's just not true but could the president be putting himself in danger yes okay okay let's talk about Madonna the company says its initial vaccine trials on the small group of people showed promising results now a lot of people got very excited of the markets shot up yesterday what did you think when you heard about this trial you know I I had mixed emotions about this trial on one hand it's exciting to see some forward motion this is one step on a thousand mile road to finding a vaccine but it's nice to take the first step on the other hand I mean I feel a little worried about all of the hype around this and all of the money swirling around this and it it makes me worry about the quality of science we'll talk about what makes you worried exactly you know so typically if you really wanna have trust double science you release the full information in a published article that's reviewed by peers in this country careful safeguards against problems here this is just a press release from the company without enough detail to really dig your teeth into it so seems like it might be nice but we need to see the details okay so what details are you going to be watching for next what would you like more during a to say or to release publicly so to the question of whether these are you know they really show what the company thinks they show you need to get a sense in detail of what how big were the immune responses that were made and and exactly how safe was the sin did everybody get exactly the same really great immune responses are only some these are the kinds of questions you couldn't get out when you look at the details and they're just not available to us in any trouble on biased way okay so you you want to see the fine print what is modernising that they're going to do next so internet is excited about a couple of things one is they make the argument that TI's interim data make a good argument for them to be able to move forward into a bigger trials and if these data are true then they probably shouldn't move forward it seems you know let's let's have them take the second step is they are going to need to raise some money in order to take those steps and I would imagine that it is no coincidence that they opened up new stocks for trading on the same day as these results were announced and so I would imagine they're also interested in raising money and I always get a little bit worried when scientific results are released in the same breath as a solicitation for funds okay just briefly don't companies want to make money though I'm just I'm just trying to figure out what the concern is yeah I mean it and I think a company that does make a good vaccine should make money that seems great to me but I'd like to see them prove that they have a good staying with trust a little results and then get the money goes to putting out a press release and now I'm trying to get the money before the details are out that is a very fair point let me ask you something that that goes to the question of speed at the trump administration has been pushing to get this done fast and that is understandable operation warp speed we all want to vaccine could doing this faster present any risks and if so what risks are there thank you to think about it is that we should go faster than usual but how we go fast this critically important you can imagine that there are unnecessary delays in the usual vaccine development process that we can skip you know so why wait for a long time in between a phase one to phase trial you should just go there rapidly but if you rush too fast and you don't make sure the details are right if you prioritise money over the quality of science if you don't really carefully watching the safety you could really make a huge mistake okay it sounds like you're saying we all need to read the fine print on a take a deep breath and get the science right and then we'll be OK thank you Jim Leahy is a vaccine researcher at the university of Vermont Medical Center thank you doctor for joining us thanks for having me some parts of the United States government had a fourteen year head start in preparing for the pandemic in the early two thousands several Pentagon simulations envision the effects of a deadly flu strain think of these exercises like war games now people who conducted those exercises are watching them unfold in real life NPR's Hannah lamb reports in early March as the corona virus was spreading across the country Margaret McCarron was in her office at the Pentagon she was drawing up plans to move her stock to teleworking when suddenly she remembered a report she'd written years ago it was called wargaming the flu as I look through it I'm realizing the extent to which it had really identified some of the things that we're living in some of the debates that I was seeing on TV and that was that I'm comfortable moment when you find yourself a little bit living in your own work and starting in two thousand six back when she was at national defense university McAllen launched a series of war games centered on one threat a global pandemic the players were top officials from the government the Pentagon in Congress and in the beginning she says the games were mostly about logistics we had initially seen as almost a sort of an emergency response problems getting the right stuff to the right place in early games participants raise concerns that the health care system would be overwhelmed with there be enough ventilators hospital beds but McAllen says they also had questions about daily life like people's ability to take time off work or having it cleaves would impact their ability to abide by social distancing and the decisions like when you close schools and so forth we come to be important for games don't tell leaders how to respond in a crisis but they do help them figure out the pros and cons of different options I think the board game risk except the players a real officials in charge of national security after the nine eleven attacks wargames about outbreak started popping up at first they involved intentional acts because of bioterrorism but that changed as another threat emerged the centers for disease control says H. one N. one has spread to forty six states H. one N. one avian flu Ebola there is a growing concern about deadly viruses that jump from animals to humans more than one thousand Americans have died and more than twenty thousand have been hospitalized endemic wargames had ominous names global Tempest dark winter Atlantic storm and they didn't end well some teams face catastrophic death tolls and riots in the streets but as the years went on account says the focus shifted pandemic may not of waned in importance but other national security issues sort of crowded attention more the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan Qaeda ISIS those threats were visible tangible the corona viruses president trump calls it is the quote invisible enemy but that doesn't mean nobody saw coming I I tell you what I've when we knew the severity of this and I said well here we go again senator Pat Roberts a Republican from Kansas he's been in Congress for years Roberts participated in some of the earliest pandemic wargaming including those McAllen ran through the Senate agriculture committee he's also worked on US responses to real outbreaks we worked on African swine fever at age one and one and then also the avian flu and now are working very hard on cold at night teen so yeah this is not my first rodeo two years after the nine eleven attacks Roberts says there were signs that the government was starting to take the pandemic threat seriously in two thousand five then president George W. bush raised the issue with the national institutes of health but if we wait for a pandemic to appear it will be too late to prepare Roberts was chair of the Senate intelligence committee in those years he says the pandemic threat just didn't stick as a national security priority that's despite years of war gaming and near misses from smaller outbreaks that all suggested the big one was yet to come from time to time there were all these warnings we were trying to get the attention of all the intelligence agencies move this to the top of the line what was the response you're given I really can't get into details what the CIA specifically told us but you could never get it in the top ten Roberts isn't interested in I told you so's he says his focus is the urgent response needed now to protect the food supply chain the new hurdle he says is what he calls a pandemic of politics partisanship making it harder to respond to a public health emergency we will get through it but we could sure do it one hell of a lot better the Pentagon's Margaret McAllen she says there are lessons and limits to working no simulation can prevent a deadly virus from racing across the globe the Macau insists the current pandemic shows the importance of gaining out threats before they become real something she thinks about on a daily basis right now all right he's a weapon down my door knob and picking up delivering groceries and so forth I'm thinking through big picture why am I doing this and you know not just the nuisance factor after all the counts jobs working designer is to get leaders thinking strategically when it comes to action that part's up to them and I'll M. N. P. R. news.
"six nine minutes" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Six minutes now past three o'clock welcome to Tuesday the twenty eighth of April today is going to be a warm one probably the warmest day of the week some cooling is going to come our way tomorrow but today's highs inland into the upper eighties eighty four degrees expected in San Jose today eighty eight in Santa Rosa hi baby foreign napa eighty five in Livermore expect it'll be in the seventies in San Francisco and at point Reyes national seashore today it's KQED public radio upper seventy seventy seven expected for high in Oakland today I'm a size and go welcome to the new day here's a look at what's happening on the California report next time on the California report updates on how the Golden State is coping with the coping nineteen pandemic from the front lines to the home office coronavirus and California taking it one day at a time I'm the leader Molly those stories next time on the California reports to tune into the California report nine minutes before six nine minutes before seven and nine minutes before nine each weekday morning coming up on form later on today San Francisco mayor London breed is the guests in the first hour also Isabel Allende will be stopping by the program remotely and then at ten o'clock social distancing and dating during the pandemic your phone calls Michael Krasny is the host form seven to nine to eleven every week day morning on KQED public radio good morning this is morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep we are investigating the relentless math.
"six nine minutes" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Withholding someone the range of four hundred million to five hundred million dollars in a two point four billion dollar budget that's a big chunk of money that goes away from the World Health Organization during the midst of a pandemic and that's with the concern is coming into play here Lawrence Gostin professor at Georgetown University who has been a critic of the World Health Organization said the president from cross the bridge too far he asking how do you threaten to withdraw funding from the world's leading global health agency in the midst of a pandemic with tens of thousands of people die he called it utterly irresponsible and you're seeing the same thing come from other countries like Australia the prime minister they're saying listen if they have plenty of problems with the World Health Organization and says that the the organization is not immune from criticism but they also added we're not going to throw the baby out with the bathwater here and that's the biggest concern is doing this in the midst of the pandemic if you wanna you got an issue and you want to take it up outside of this that's one thing but right now what we're had even hit the peak of the epidemic on a worldwide level and to withhold funding when the World Health Organization is asking for more funding that seems to be the bigger concern okay Michael Bauer from our twenty four seven network thanks for the update Michael thanks a prompt you to it's eight minutes after seven o'clock I guess it's all in the timing on that report the nation's capital remains on lockdown for at least another month here's fox's John decker from the nation's capital Washington DC stay at home order has been extended through may fifteenth in an effort to get ahead of the spread of the corona virus the extension means that schools and non essential businesses will remain closed Washington DC mayor Muriel Bowser said that the city would need to see a continuous two week decline in hospitalizations and positive tests before considering relaxing measures last week Bowser ordered all shoppers at grocery stores in the district to wear face masks DC has reported nearly twenty two hundred confirmed cases of the virus and at least seventy two related deaths in Washington John decker fox news six nine minutes past seven o'clock U. S. at its highest number of deaths in one day from the corona virus with John Hopkins tally saying as of Wednesday two thousand four hundred and five have died across the country on Tuesday after several days of which the number of deaths had fallen or was nearly flat the total is now over twenty eight thousand deaths and over six hundred thousand confirmed infections however Dr Anthony Fauci the nation's top infectious disease expert disease expert as we now told NBC's today show that it's plateauing and he said quote there is no doubt what we've seen over the last several days as a flattening out and according to the John Hopkins county there have been more than a hundred and thirty thousand deaths worldwide in two million confirmed infections of covert nineteen is now ten minutes past seven o'clock let's hit the roadways check in with John Hampton again brought to us by unbound dot org that's a ten minute ride into the bracket region across the state line of one eighty five laps this morning ten twelve minutes getting a permit route four towards the state offices in Providence to ninety five north southbound delay free in from Lonsdale Avenue of attack it with your each other doing the traffic I'm.
"six nine minutes" Discussed on KQED Radio
"For the arts six minutes now past four o'clock it's Tuesday the fourteenth and today will be sunny and beautiful once again all around the bay area temperatures firmly in the seventies even up the coast seventy degrees in point Reyes at the national seashore today seventy two the high expected in San Francisco seventy seven in napa and Livermore and San Jose seventy eight in Concord seventy nine high expected in Santa Rosa today seventy eight in Sacramento it'll be sunny and warm tomorrow as well Thursday should bring a little bit of a cooling trend and then we do have a chance of precipitation developing by Sunday into early next week so that's been pushed back a little bit let's take a look at what's happening with the California report here on KQED public radio for later on this morning next time on the California report updates on how the Golden State is coping with the copay nineteen pandemic from the front lines to the home office coronavirus and California taking it one day at a time I'm really tamale those stories next time on the California report the California report comes your way at nine minutes before six nine minutes before seven and nine minutes before nine three times every weekday morning you can hear the California report here on KQED public radio about Heisinger thank you for listening we appreciate you so much for being here for us and we like to be here for you as well seven and a half minutes pass for it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm Rachel Martin good morning president trump is defending his response to the corona virus pandemic at the White House briefing last night he pushed back against detailed critical accounts of his leadership in this crisis in a pandemic that has now killed more than twenty three thousand Americans the president focused on a familiar enemy the media president trump also made the false claim that he can order states to re open their economies the federal government has absolute power it has the power as to whether or not I used that power will see in reality the U. S. constitution reserves many powers for Congress the courts the states and the people and here Scott Detrow was watching that briefing and joins us now.
"six nine minutes" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Station six minutes now past four o'clock good morning but Heisinger this is KQED public radio the National Weather Service says there's a beach hazards statement in effect all along the California coast well northern California coast particularly and patchy fog this morning becoming sunny later on today slight chance of lingering showers though in the North Bay through this morning and highs will be in the low to mid sixties all around the bay with some light winds increasing to about fifteen miles per hour later on this afternoon you can expect it to reach sixty degrees in San Francisco today sixty two in Oakland sixty four in Concord and in San Jose sixty eight will be the high in Sacramento in sixty two in Santa Rosa coming up on the California report in LA in the garment industry is getting into the business of making masks in hospital gowns to help fight the corona virus pandemic but our garment workers benefiting from what they're reporting five I work ten hours today today only I'm gonna earn fifty dollars pandemic and garment workers that's coming up on the California reports three chances to hear the California report this morning and every weekday morning nine minutes before six nine minutes before seven and nine minutes before nine form coming up nine to eleven with Michael Krasny when will we get back to normal and when will we see the peak of Kobe nineteen affections in California that's all coming up in the nine o'clock hour it's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king and I'm David Greene coronavirus is killing African Americans at an alarming rate it is happening in cities like Detroit Chicago Milwaukee it is happening in Louisiana in a moment we'll talk to Louisiana's Republican senator bill Cassidy who is a physician let's go first to his state Louisiana has seen five hundred deaths from covert nineteen seventy percent have been African Americans here's to you can win win for member station W. W. and now just a little over a month ago Ellery James is riding high in Zulus Mardi Gras morning parade.
"six nine minutes" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Dobbins a hundred fifty seven yards rushing into scores after head coach Ryan day talking about the victory and the road ahead you walk out of that game thinking who could one of a lot bigger than that but that that's a you know Penn state's a great team they did a really good job but if the other day we got to take care of the ball and you know I I I said it's one of the coaches maybe it's been a little too easy had time since this was hard today and we learned some lessons and now over we go from there Georgia kept their playoff hopes intact with a tough nineteen thirteen win over Texas a and M. what you were talking about lower done for the year the tide hopes Ruston sophomore mac Jones he threw for three scores leading Alabama to a sixty six three win over western Carolina Michigan state Michigan scored twenty five straight points to pull away from Indiana thirty nine fourteen Notre Dame took on BC and self band rail lines in motion and around the cost of forty four bill Meister Notre Dame radio network sixty one yards on the end around the Irish channel the eagles forty to seven Baylor still this one loss after twenty four ten victory over taxes Minnesota knocked off northwestern thirty eight twenty two he was he took a UCLA fifty two thirty five freshman kid on Slover threw for a school record five hundred fifteen yards to go along with for TV's other top twenty five winners include Iowa Wisconsin Auburn Memphis Appalachian state Iowa state and Oklahoma state games in progress Ellis you pull away from Arkansas twenty eight to six twelve minutes ago third quarter ten minutes left in the third Cincinnati blanking temple thirteen nothing Arizona state leading organ ten seven with thirty seconds remaining second quarter Oklahoma blanking T. C. U. twenty one sept eleven minutes to go in the second quarter and at the annual Harvard Yale game was delayed nearly an hour to protesters on the field at halftime protesters led by students and alumni both schools the man in the call to stop funding of fossil fuel companies that contribute heavily to the climate crisis as for the game yell beat Harvard fifty to forty three in overtime to the NBA one final sons got by the T. wolves one hundred and ninety eight plenty of games in progress including Jimmy Butler making his return to Philadelphia not going well the Sixers clobbering the heat sixty five thirty six nine minutes ago third quarter Pacers won all four magic one a one three minutes to go in the fourth eight minutes remaining in the fourth the Hornets eighty seven seventy nine advantage on the bulls spurs crossing the next seventy four fifty seven minutes ago third quarter the hawks a seventy two sixty two advantage on the raptor seven minutes remaining in the third quarter and the cavs a forty three thirty nine advantage on the Blazers one minutes ago tell halftime and are ones of follow us anytime on Twitter our handle these acts CBS sports radio four two leaders Judy Matthews on the money we did all we could talk to you take your goals read your tweets and handicrafts and recap the week this was years Jodi Mack final.
"six nine minutes" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The game rather the second half for airforce it's on he and army will have the basketball twenty two seconds on the shot clock well this is the first possession of the second half for the black knights trail by seventeen then bounded to brown in the corner right she finds it back inside for a banker off glas that's good bye Sabrina hunter she just muscle her way along the baseline and leaned in and banks at home with the right hand thirty nine twenty four airforce animal free throw line step back to point of no good read honest pull down by the black knights with the loose basketball is hunter hunter will bring it up floor by herself and turning around when it left in the corner to bone who drives bounces it through on the bass line to the corner to hunter who carried the basketball no no Paul go and put your stupid up in sports four quick points by hunter and it's a thirteen point airforce lead thirty nine twenty six nine minutes to go and now dribbling the basketball offer ankle his Conroe lasted and hunter picks it up for the black knights she goes the other way with the ladies it opens and Sabrina hunter with six points open the second half norm Reeves back unit down by eleven in airforce one to.
"six nine minutes" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Reads knocked down by Bobby Wagner but that should be enough for a force down almost in twenty and they pick up twenty to John Ross the former Washington Huskies great pick up by you add up they ended up rushing three they drop out one of the defense of climate so he gives them a little low zone let's read it don't just as great job being patient get the ball down the field. six two two twenty still a strong body quarterback could stand it out of pocket. he's gonna tool makes it a shot gun on his left hip re receivers spread right single white left throws down a temporal thirty eight build timestamp nicknames the blitz classic rock will quickly over the middle Alex Berenson running right to left across the forty at the forty four K. J. right catches up to the backside and writs of down but it's a gain of six. nine minutes to play opening quarter ever yeah don't with just a quick release you know you said he has a nice building he is affected in for Bob cease to twenty to twenty five and I just like when he gets the ball in his hands quick he see it well with right now he's got the weapons on the outside. I'm gonna put set up two receivers to the right single wide left the motion was suppose the formation as he heads up the mix in front of Berlin hand gets maybe back to the line of scrimmage really got pushed back quite cagey right and it'll be third down and five coming up. during that penalty that was the first official running for Cincinnati but they only kept it on the ground a couple of times and they have great motion that time remember Ross if with that fly sweet motion they'll come back to that just as a wrinkle answered the sack Taylor offense it's active in first year head coach just thirty six years of age is pulling the plates another shot good instilled with Nixon on his right rear receivers let's take the line to the right okay down and five in the room forty three no score seven minutes in just nice nap let's see who extolled rifles left an overgrown will over the head of toddler boys with Trey flowers in coverage at midfield bill before down to Debbie on cloudy leading that charge.
"six nine minutes" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Is KQED public radio good morning I'm Bob Heisinger coming up on weekend edition we're gonna learn about an opioid of will as drug description drug is used to treat opioid addiction it's often stolen in now pharmacies are going to they're refusing to carry it so here about that story after a look inside the jail where Jeffrey obscene committed suicide that is all coming up on weekend edition a little bit later on this morning hearing you have three chances to hear the California report as usual nine minutes before six nine minutes before seven and nine minutes before nine here's more about that coming up on the California report homelessness is one of the biggest challenges facing California but can it really be solved well democratic congresswoman Maxine waters thing so if we spent over thirteen billion dollars to do it and we've got to spend the money that is necessary in this country to get people off the street we've got to set our priorities straight Maxine waters shares are planned to be homelessness and other news from around the Golden State Saul Gonzalez that's next on the California report more clear skies and then working temperatures really miles into the sixties for the most part in kind of breezy and then later on today sunny some upper seventies low eighties around the bay and some triple digits inland ninety five expected front high in napa today ninety nine in Livermore seventy seven in San Francisco this is morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin in Washington DC and I'm David green in Culver city California NPR has been investigating the conditions that prisoners and guards face at the jail where Jeffrey Epstein died the place is called the metropolitan correctional center to detention facility in Manhattan this is where esteem is being held on charges of sex trafficking before he was found dead in his cell on Saturday the part of justice is now demanding an investigation Attorney General William Barr spoke yesterday I was appalled and indeed the whole department rise and frankly angry to learn of the M. C. C.'s failure to adequately secure this prisoner we are now learning of serious irregularities at this facility all right I want to bring in international security correspondent Greg Myre his been looking into this facility had their grades Hey David serious irregularities the Attorney General says talk to me about what sort of reputation this place has so this is a place you hear about when they have one of their high profile figures it's held there before and then during a trial that some of the big names would include the mafia boss John Gotti the financial fraud stir Bernie made off of the drug lord Joaquin el Chapo goose mine and now Jeffrey Epstein being the latest presumably security would be very tight at this place give us some of the things that bring ABS absolutely and it's it's twelve story building in lower Manhattan it's right next to the federal courthouse so they can move defendants back and forth between the courthouse is also the New York City police headquarters there so real center for law enforcement the police the courts the jail and I spoke with some of the people who work there right let's listen you're reporting here Catherine line a weaver was the warden at the metropolitan correctional center or MCC back in twenty thirteen and twenty fourteen throughout my credits Wharton there we had a significant number of high profile terrorist thank you so silent bin laden's son in law in several others come through well those cases grabbed the headlines they are the exception most of the nearly eight hundred suspects in the federal detention center can't meet bail or too poor to afford an attorney David Patten is the executive director of federal defenders of New York which represents those who need a lawyer you are here in the media the MCC is the place where the house is the worst of the worst but the vast majority of people there are accused of non violent drug immigration offenses patents is office represents several hundred of the men and women held there at any given time the location next to a federal courthouse makes it convenient for lawyers to meet clients in to move defendants back and forth during trial but space is always tight the only outdoor recreation is on the roof under heavy fencing often times our clients have come to us from Ryker's island nearby Ryker's island is in New York City jail notorious for its rough conditions when we first meet them they'll ask us if there's any way they can go back to reikers because this terrible was the conditions.
"six nine minutes" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Maybe the greatest shooter that we've ever seen all that stuff that's out there all the time. But boy, I tell you, I guys awesome Lewis take shot last night. Nobody well he was totally gassed, he was on for six first of all, it has to, you know, he's got to touch the ball in that final sequence. But one for six nine minutes and forty one seconds in the fourth quarter over four from three minus seven plus minus for the quarter. He was gassed, I thought, vanfleet didn't incredible job being very physical with them throughout the entire series off the ball, UCF make a move ever with just one guy on him after that forty seven point game. They hanged right up guys in front guys behind. He's doing circa shots now. You can't you can't attack. Steph curry, and this one in my mind, you can't. But I think one thing, I'll say and I don't know how you feel about this scare you played college basketball's. I want your thoughts on this. I didn't like the. The the final sequence. I we're gonna go to the calls here, but well, the pathway sad, right. Here's the situation. Nine point six seconds left in the game. Warriors down one. It's one eleven one. Ten Iggy dollars inbounding the ball there's a defender in his face. Okay. He inbounds the ball to dream on green. I got no problem with getting the ball degree. And I like the idea of getting the ball, the green, but it was a cross over the green the defender on green the ball had to go over that defender, almost went out of bounds. Green gets it flips to curry curry does have an open look. And that was, you know, a lot of people are saying, well, you know, you can't you can't really argue with that you get Steph curry in an open. Look, we'll wait a second. I can argue with that all day it was a semi open. Look, you had surge of Baca and his ridiculous arm length, Wyoming, he had to rush it a little bit. You have nine point six on the clock. You're one of the best passing basketball teams. You know of all time now I got no problem with curry taking the shot, but a three point attempt as he's moving fast to his right in the kind of a helter skelter situation in with nine six on the clock. And a drive in layup gives you a one point win. I wanted to see pass pass pass shoot or three. Quick pass the play was at the. But he said that it would design to, to throw it cross court like that. I'm not sure exactly what Andres options were on the plane. He was living. It looked like it was his option. What he's what he wanted to do. Was he wanted to get green throw them? The past have green, flip it to curry who could step in to a to a three and rail it. But you've got I mean one I got no complaints with Steph taken that shot despite the fact that he was fatigued, because he Steph curry, but nine point two it's not one point six or nine point six on the clock. It's not like you've got two seconds pass the ball. I want. I mean I why take a free there. Why take moving to your right? Three. I mean, I know this is a I'm here. I'm sitting here like, oh, I got all the answers and Monday morning quarterback I get it second. Guessing after the fact Monday morning quarterback all the things I'm just saying when I when I saw out, they got the turnover off Seok hands nine. Six o'clock one point game at home. I'm thinking there's nine ten different ways for Golden State to finish this out how they finished it out with a risky cross court pass over the defender of against the baseline, flip it back to Currie with Bockel looming as a shot blocker. He hoists three interesting. It's a two point if it's a two point game or a three point game. And you need the three to tie. That's a great look in a one point game. I didn't like it. Okay. I didn't like it. I wanted to see I would have liked to seen pass pass, etc. Dunk. I was hoping to see. Yeah. But see, I I but see I'd rather lose having the arguably best shooter in the world. Take the shot then now if you have to though. Squared up shoulder to square to shoulder him. Every every place, you goes fed. I mean somebody's the main point sexy of nine point six yeah. That's, that's an eternity. The ball. Let's say you make it. So he comes to the ball. Right. And he's doubled doubled everywhere. And he has to give it up anyway. So to me, have you got? That's the value of Thompson, obviously of Durant. You wanna three there? You wanna high percentage to? No, no, but, but for him, I want good look at percentage to he's. All time. I know you don't need a free. No. I know. But for him. Better than maybe Larry. They had Durant and Thomson. I, I would probably agree with you, I but you if it's a two point game going for the win. Yeah. She got injured guys down with it. You gotta tie game you're going for the win. I'm down with it. You got a one point game in a in a squared up to or dunk or layup wins you the game and sends it to game seven I don't know. I don't want to I wouldn't. Doc by the three but NAT situation, I had but one of the higher percentage look in that, but okay. Let me ask you then who else would you trust your on a different shooter? Yeah. It's just a I don't wanna moving to my right? Three ball with Ivanka looming with nine point six. I'm the com. Yeah. And you're inbounding it not under the bucket. You're inbounding at midcourt. So the pressure was for him to take the shot. And I'm sure Steph said, this is as good as shot, as I'm going to get I gamma take it because I'm thinking, second guessing it. I'm not I'm not or hey four. Hey, you know what? It was a great run. They were going to get crushed in game seven with no Thompson, Durant anyway. Yeah. You know, almost rather just end this way. But still, I mean, was there anybody else out there who's looking at that basketball game going one point game? Nine point six left. They go to a commercial and you're dreaming up all the different things that could possibly end the game. I'm talking to Matt, Leland our producer behind the scenes. I'm like, what do you want here? What do you want here? You got a bunch of different options. Screens off the ball ball movement passing. You'll for the two you go for the three. I mean, we all kind of agreed you go for a high percentage to, to go for kind of a contested three who though by by by Steph curry. Yeah. It's fine. Promise. Steph curry, just the contested three I know people say it's an open book. But if you look at it, he'll talk rushed it. And if you look you got you got one defender on him and you got a of the sir surge with the ridiculous length looming. A shot blocker, I just think it was very it was on. All right. Steve. For shopping. I want to see Steve is onto eighty go ahead Steve, you're on KABC are Larry things worked for the best shot or for a better shot tonight point six. I don't trust anybody else on the floor. I'd rather liver die with the best three point shooter, there is. Go ahead. Steve. Yeah. Yeah. I just got a different take on it. I, I don't think that wasn't a play. I think you got a little too much on that fast. And it went too far. It was going out of bounds. Draymond green save different going out of bounds and got it the curry where he could get it to him. I yeah, I would be surprised to find out that, that Kerr's said, yeah. The last play throw the cross court and, and get it to curry. In fact, the only got that good. A look is because the ball, Draymond almost lost it out of bound. What's the what's what curry got the ball when Kerr got the ball? What do you think the Kach was because it was nine six on the inbounds? It had to be a five. No. Let's say more like eight eight maybe a second and a half went off on the pass. And now because the ball, the clock doesn't start to the tip to drain on touches the ball. Right. So dream on touches. It immediately flips two steps. I don't think Steph probably got the ball there with about eight seconds left. You think that was only the second okay equates seconds left? I don't that's not a great book. I think he got trapped over there once once that was so close to the sidelines. There was nowhere for three months ago. He. Curry, and there was nowhere for Terry to go. Let me ask you as a fan where that little thing. We've got going, what hits you in the gut more or less night, or two thousand sixteen? She's sick. And I think I mean last night was, I would just stick for clay. I mean that was yeah. To see him see him in so much pain on the floor. You know, quite tough guy. You know you know you knew he was hurt. And that's I mean, gone six clay. I mean a I was sick for the warriors in two thousand sixteen right now. I'm sick for quite thank you Stevie, go, Redwood forest Alamo urine Cambier the morning yet, for some reason I agree with you. I would have gone with I would have done a layup gonna foul taking good. But it but it didn't work Redwood. But you probably played basketball before you're at the end of the game. I don't know if you try to draw the foul man. I don't like the idea of putting in the NBA. I mean, they're not gonna go to the game graphs do not want to decide the game by guy shooting a free throw. I think commit you gotta go to the hoop. And that's what they're trying to go. I know Redwood, but if if your. Special and Steph, can drive he can do everything. But if you're the best, you know, outside shooter, the games ever seen it, doesn't it just a matter of taste. But to me, I didn't think I thought, hey, they got a good luck. You got it in the hands of the guy you wanted to, and that's it. But if you saw differently that's, that's you. Well, I woke up this morning feeling pretty good. I don't know about you guys have five wonderful years. I'm not walking around the skies. Not fall on. I'm not chicken, little and everybody wants to be there. You know what anytime you want to feel bad, about this team just think to me? And I've been a warrior fan since, you know, I could grow, you know, as a kid seventy four seventy five. I to me every time I think of the lowest point of the warriors, I think of Todd fuller over Kobe. In the draft gave thank you, Dave towards Nick. And I really think of the spree well, trade after choked up PJ and, and they had to send them to the Knicks and they'd just signed him to a contract, so they got they take all these bad contracts back. So here comes old man. Terry Cummings who was awesome as a younger player. But while he's got him at the end, Chris Mills and his bitterness and his fat contract. John stark, something that anytime, I'm you know, if you ever bummed about the warriors just think of that year and that was a rough year. That was the bottom, I take a few more calls here. Let me do the contest thing, though. Seven to nine you listen to Murph and MAC, they'll give you the.
"six nine minutes" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"And out. Draymond green secures the rebound for the warrior cards once again are over five now three ball. Go to Klay Thompson the bit post against Lowery quick. Double comes. They chased out. Hit. They chased him the three point line. And he buried it now right now. He's four for seven and three ball curry three for five. So your main two guys are on fire twelve point lead for the warriors sixty seven fifty six make that an eleven point lead. Here's coli Leonard double teamed, in the late outside Kosovo fakes the three goes to lower again fakes to three quarters. He'll take it and missed it badly and curry trying to save the imbalan-. Right. Toco, I Leonard three possession. Now hang on the shot clock went off. But there was a change of possession, there with curry may say, I didn't like what we just saw right there. Toronto to open. Threes. Two guys shoot a decent percentage threw the ball to a guy who shooting less than thirty percent. You can't do that yet to take advantage, one of soap and you got to take. So they ruled Korea possession as he tried to save it. They'll put twenty two on the shot clock. Toronto has possession. Sixty seven fifty six. I five points of the half to the Golden State Warriors without Kevin Durant. Here's vanfleet three point light stops the dribble top to Leonard letter goes right by loading. No look pass in the corner for three missed another one rebounded by Thomson. The rafters are two for fifteen from free point land hearing game five very at the top against van bleed runs through a screen alluding. You'd always feel in the paint off those screens loonies got it up. Top gives dream on now to Klay Thompson inside. Loney traffic puts up a shot. No good. He ends up on the deck with lowering both of them are looking for a quality other end. There's Gonzala touch pass as they attack the basket to our left. Why Leonard writing the three point line gives it up to lower down eleven loading off the dribble against looting puts it up in it as he circled around and faded away. It's the big that's what he's been used tonight, going down in their spin, move reverse to create the space sixty seven fifty eight steps into a three straight on miss the soul. The rebound was looking at outlet. Now, the big seven foot Spaniard will pass it across the half court line to Leonard go. I spent high post out of the basement, etc. Stolen momentarily go I got it back bounce pass. Doc feeds fan play. All that stuff. I three made by one of the three guards they needed three for sixteen from three sixty seven sixty one warriors lead down to six nine minutes to go in the third. Ray-ban art dry land, too hard on the tenth half. Good ball. Dr. That one, because it off the glass, vanfleet centered in the quarter to Siachen drives Hardacre dollar pumps. The contact. Aggressive move by scouts Siaka chance for three point where we said, I d- had who'd opportunities in was five for eleven but he had good opportunities inside of sixty just keep work begin in not spotting. Toronto has account of four can get it down to three Huby. I information from the locker of Kevin Durant. Right. Lower leg injury. M. R I tomorrow out of the game as we expect it, very, very sad moment for best all, not only for say warriors a miss free throw by Ceac him. Sixty seven sixty three the warriors without Durant who gave them twelve minutes. Erin gained five eight forty one to go in the third. Draymond green up top to Klay Thompson Thompson gives it back to dream on looking at facilitate dribbles to his right. Five scurry steps back. That's three curry fading on three. Another basket. What he did was he faked going. Over the screen. And when the defender reacted he just created space by going to the twenty six for curry Golden State backup seven seventy to sixty three. Dribble? Handoff Siachen has it up? High tax the free throw line, they go to lead on the left against hurry. Good defense by career as all the way out tries a crossover now puts up a wild shot off the glass. Nearly way doesn't go. They dollar the other way cuts to the middle Andre at the high post passes out to Thompson. Contested rainbow three might have been deflected and it comes down to Marcus all doubt court letter over to vanfleet attacking the lane outside console back to van vanfleet straight on triple missed that one or e bound Draymond green. It hits the back of the best backboard last touch by Draymond. So it'll be Toronto ball with seven forty to go out of pace acne here in the last minute a half received some shoddy best ball right now. What a big thing is Rhonda, you're getting good looks down seven inbound Marcus all has eight to shoot finds letter quick catch and shoot. Three miss polite off tonight. Rebounded by Golden State good, good, good, Paul. Or thirteen or thirteen fares curry attacking the late outside of an open egg Adana is triple splashes.
"six nine minutes" Discussed on KQED Radio
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"six nine minutes" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Happened just like everyone else. But those who are who haven't been in the loop on the jacket small at saga the actor earlier this week had all of his charges dismissed his records, clean evidence sealed law. This happened without the chief of police in Chicago knowing he was going to happen because the Cook County prosecutors came in out of nowhere and says I done with this. Now, more information has come out such as the Cook County prosecutor was apparently contacted by member Justice Smuts families shortly after the accusations were being made she supposedly what's going to recuse herself from the situation. We're not quite sure she actually did. But whatever happened. He had a couple of things transpire since the announcement to charge withdrawal number one. President Trump got involved. Vis-a-vis the Twitter's and number two the F B I wants to investigate to see exactly how. The prosecuting came to the conclusion that even though they said we have enough evidence to charge him with this crime. He would be found guilty. You decide to take ten thousand dollars and said, we're good and a one more thing. The mayor of Chicago Rahm Emanuel is cine a Bill north of one hundred thousand dollars to small because he's saying ten thousand dollars doesn't begin to cover the amount of man hours. We put into trying to find the criminel. Yeah. It's a mess. It's a mess a mess because the hot thinking man, it seems like one of those things where everybody did it the wrong way. You know, what I mean that the the crime air quotes itself just seems weird. Like, there's nothing about that that seems like an actual assault took place. And then there's the cover up of that. Then there's the investigation of that. Then there's the SBA part of that case. ESPN? All of this is like, well that stinks. That doesn't make any sense. Are you guys done with your news update? Your CNN news update. No. There's a little bit more. Okay. Tell us more. And then on top of that the poor show that he he's getting far pyre. Oh, no. It's not just he's getting fire. Looks like the show me not come back. Jussie smollet got moas ratings ever in history and Lee Daniels. Are so creator says it's been a freaking roller coaster, and no one knows whether or not the show coming to be nude. Good good. Yeah. Then we did to Raji do one. Once the show is gone. And we can never talk about Jesse smell at all. SR works. Hopefully, no, I don't think. So the more the story is this if you're hungry, call grub. Story. Don't go out in the middle of night trying to get a subway sandwich. All right. This week sixteen opened up last night four games last in Dera, four games. One of them was good. The other three were a really very useful. Helpful reminder of why tapped out on this about ten years or so ago that I mean that the Michigan Texas Tech game heels he was eight two six nine and a half minutes. That's a good football game score nine notes. Not if they've played the entire first quarter in the games nine ninety six. That's okay. It's not great fine nine years. Eight two six eight two six nine minutes into the game. Then you have organ and Virginia coming in after that and Virginia.
"six nine minutes" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Drew Brees Matt Ryan Cam Newton. Jameis winston. I mean, let's just be fair. They acquired a middle of the road quarterback and for a mid round pick, which Adam Schefter said. So it's not like, you're breaking the Bank and sound like you've made some kind of a horrendous maneuver here. But I just don't know that you look at Denver right now and say to yourself boy were considerably better today than we were yesterday. I don't know that that's the case. And I think he's a good teammate. And I think he can be construed as a leader. And I think that he's obviously had that one magical run. But how long does that work for you? How how long does your reputation get you a job unless we fair the guy went out and Baltimore this year. He loses his job. He can't regain it doesn't mean that. He can't be good again. Maybe it changes scenery works. I mean, I guess it's Is certain. certainly a possibility. I just don't see it for me. This is not the move. If I'm the Broncos I want to go after one of these young kids in the draft. I wanna start young I want to I will give up because they are in a win now mentality. I wanna I wanna give up real assets to move up and get the kid that I love in this draft. And that's what you need to do. That's exactly what you need to do. If you're if you're the Denver Broncos. What they did. I don't love it. They did eight say ESPN eight eight seven two nine three seven seven six. So that's kind of the one story that we wanted to spend a good bit of time on today and the other at a nowhere. So you watch Duke against Virginia over the weekend and Duke has this unbelievable win they beat up on Virginia. Truthfully, they shot lights out. They really wasn't even overly competitive game. Even though scoreboard wise kind of appeared closer than it was and you'll look at this now and they show up for this game last night and the. Run out of the building. So whether it's the fact that they didn't have the motivation. Whether it's the fact that they were a little bit. I don't know a little bit tired. I mean, they're still young kids. It's fatigue. Whatever you want to say it is right. They show up or lack thereof. They don't show up. They're getting crushed in this game fifty nine thirty six nine minutes to go. It was it was so close so close to me turning the game off and asking my wife, if she wanted to watch a show because we taped the shows tape shows, right? So we do you tape your show. It's on the DVR. And I said do you want to just watch your show? I said, you know, what give me two more minutes because it's Duke. He may give me two more minutes. Let me just see if they can make any semblance of a run back here. And all my God. I mean, not only do they start to get themselves back into this game. But they are at the point where they cut it to seven..
"six nine minutes" Discussed on KQED Radio
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"six nine minutes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Annabelle despite the fact that that data from China was the weakest rate since two thousand and nine with thanks pretty good buying coming through across Asian markets today, certainly that downside very much priced in. And we've actually started to say quite a bit of a rally coming through in the afternoon session with Asian stocks holding at those six week high assimilation. What you saw on the S and P five hundred on Friday. Of course, US markets will be closed Monday futures looking a little bit tired. Lackluster at the moment with still hunting onto these gains across Asia, the CSI three hundred on the lunch break up by half of one percent. You can say the Japanese yen certainly doing quite well against the dollar now with the handle of one hundred nine spot five nine and even the Ozzy Dullah, which initially had a bit of a deep ahead of that Chinese daughter pretty much flat lining against the dollar against the US Stiller, I should say unchanged. Seventy one six nine minutes. Everything looking pretty good. Even though we didn't have a great rate from China, and we actually still South Korea. Trade exports falling in two years in janu-. Hiring. Yeah. Look a certain extent. What what was that data priced into the market in terms of the other markets Hong Kong, if we think by Juliet late Thursday, we saw that smacking in Hong Kong. What's what's bid again this morning? What's gonna reprieve? What are you watching that? Well, some of the property developers were among those stocks. We actually just got slammed in light Thursday trade. We saw a little bit of a recovery coming through on Friday, and you can see some of these talks continuing to rebound. So this is a property developer here jae-won international up by about thirteen percent. After a gain of around sixty percent on Friday. So it looks like it was some kind of a algorithm it trade. You say got the shipbuilders looking pretty good in the Korean session and sunny optical are also looking good in the tech space. It's actually risen the most since December to the downside though. We're watching 'em MJ that is in the Hong Kong session is a company that has a full forecast that should say a drop of about. Forty percent. I should say for profit slump for twenty eight. So that has seen its share price have its biggest loss since two thousand and two USA. Thank you very much for that over. Let's get back to this part of the world and talk about s and p global ratings. They have issued a new report looking at rating and outlook trends in the Meana region. Currently seven of the thirteen Meena sovereigns. SNP rates are investment grade. You've got Bahrain Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, and Oman. They're speculative great. It's bringing in Trevor colonies a credit analyst at SAP global ratings. He joins us around the said, welcome back. Trevor. Madison myself going through your report, the last few hours and one of the issues that struck us was that on average the ratings and the meaner region of actually come down. I mean, you're ratings man, you spend a lot of time with the sovereigns. How happy are you with how they've performed when you compare them to how they've done in the past the ratings have come down to say, we started downgrading quite sharply. Actually in two thousand fifteen obviously when the oil price fell very sharply. So he was.