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"star lake" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

07:47 min | Last month

"star lake" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"You've enjoyed music like Stevie Ray Vaughan there many times that different venues across the region. And you know what? I know where you're going with us. Something is changing Once again, you know, you put me through a litmus test. My first got here. I do. Remember that you asked me all kinds of odd questions. And you said Hey, What is the name of the Pavilion and Berg? It's town, and I said star like Coca Cola star like Amphitheater Post Does that pavilion first Niagara Pavilion KeyBank Keep No, it's star like again, isn't it for least the foreseeable future and it was SNT Bank for all of this season. Wasn't Yeah, from January. Until now, it was snt Bank Pavillon Mood Music Park Snt Bank Music Park. But since they don't have a current title sponsor, it's star like again, isn't it? It's the pavilion at star like once again, and you will find if Genova Nelly is gonna be there at some point, the future. Jim Colony from 93 7 of Fan will be in the mosh pit and he joins us this morning, Jim, how you doing? Hey, Larry and Kevin. Have you never not called it? Star Lake? No to do it all the time. Way still do it. You're right and Yeah. And poor s and T bank. So you may as well give him a couple more plugs here because If there was a pavilion, and there was no show for anybody to ever go there. Would anybody know what it was named? Is that's 2024 u right? Isn't that amazing? S So you know, they announced the name of the Pavilion, the new name and everybody's happy. It's a big win for the company s and T bank and Zero that absolutely zero events none. They're naming rights on bloody funny, but just like you said. It's 2020. That's all you gotta say. Tony Tony Well last night, a game that is great interest to the Pittsburgh Steelers and fans when the Baltimore Ravens Visited Cleveland. It was a like a heavyweight fight. But in the end should we have one in Baltimore to win. That you know, That's a tough one, Larry because they're a couple different ways to look at it now. The Steelers almost can't help but when the F C north, although it's still not a done deal, because they you know you beat Cincinnati, and then you have to win one of the last two games, it still could come down. If they would lose to Indy wealth. They were lose one of the next two games. It still could come down to that final game in Cleveland. I haven't looked that far ahead to see the tie breakers. Because I know Cleveland has games against the think that one NFC game left. I don't know, but it would come down to a tie breaker. If the if the Steelers and in Brown split So it's probably better this way because there's there would have been a real chance at Cleveland won the game. That the Steelers could've let the F C North slip away. But you know what they say. Just some. I keep coming back to the old Jim Maura thing where you know playoffs, And then he says, finally goes. We're just trying to win a game. And it's amazing how things have changed. And just so well, the last what three games and 12 days. And things have changed quite a bit here, with the Steelers losing the last two and we had talked about this right that they were winning games. They were winning close games, which you know, I would contend That's the sign of a good team to win close games, But The way they were doing it, the mistakes they were making, and those mistakes are continuing, and now it's costing them games. And so the Steelers They've got some issues here on day. There's no guarantee. I know they're what 12.5 Point favorites. It's Cincinnati. But you know, there's no guarantee they can beat the Bangles on the road. So they've got some. They've got some things to work on. And they've got an extra day to do it for a change. Yeah, and you know, there are no guarantees, but I mean, if you just feel have a feel for it, it seems like Cleveland obviously as something there, but man Baltimore and Lamar Jackson and Gus Edwards. They were they. They were impressive. The offense you saw from both teams like you're going. Wow, we used to have on offense like that. Yeah. They were in the last inside of the two minute warning or were there two touchdowns. To feel got two touchdowns, a field goal and a safety. I mean, you know the end of the game. I didn't really mean much unless you were laying 3.5 points. The Rx actually don't even have to cough anymore, right? No, I don't even have to go like wink, wink, nudge nudge, which is like what we used to back in the day. But our company that was an important that was an important safety. The National Football League. They're all on board now. Yes, you could say it. Yeah, but you're right. I mean, yeah, they are. But So much transpired in such a short period of time. Bottom line is Steelers definitely have to beat the Bangles Monday night, and then they host The Colts and then the Browns. The Colts are nine and four. The Browns are nine and four. These air too good football teams, So there's a lot on the line in the last three games. So do you see? Any reason that The Steelers will be able to pick things up on offense. No. While that was for an answer What stuff if I really don't because, Okay, let's see what's going on. I think you know it because cliches are cliches because they're true. Andre and one of the old time football. That's not even a cliche. Really. It's just an adage, I guess is more like it is it all starts up front with line play, especially on offense. And the Steelers offensive line right now is a mess. And Matt filers out and and and then Kevin Dawson was not placed on unless something happened overnight that I missed. Matt Filer was placed on on IR and now the rules are different. He doesn't necessarily have to miss the playoffs if for some reason he recovers by then, But he will miss the last three regular season games. You can come back after three weeks. Kevin dots and also left the game with a pectoral injury. And I don't know about you guys, but any time I've heard pectoral injury, that's it for the season for these guys Well, It's happened to Hayward. It's happening to art to it s O. But anyway, so you lose your left guard, and then you lose your other left guard, which leaves you with a new experience. Backup center, playing left guard. And If thoughts and is seriously injured and serious by seriously, I mean to the point that he's going to miss a game or two. What is the offensive line going to look like here and they've got they've got issues and You know, then that doesn't take into account. You know the running backs who aren't performing well, the receivers who keep dropping but first pass of the game on Sunday. How about that? A dropped pass by De Arte Johnson was settled last Twitter went nuts just off the first play there that was dropped. And then Yeah, There's some challenges so Coach Tomlin will speak to the media today. And he'll let the week speak to him. But we want to bring you up a little Jim. We I think if we could Yet Genova Nalley to perform its star like your life would just be so.

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"star lake" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:42 min | Last month

"star lake" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Center. I'm Melinda Roeder. President. Trump says Attorney General Bill Bar will leave office just before Christmas. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy reports earlier this month Bar told The Associated Press that his department has found no evidence of widespread election fraud. That and the revelation of an investigation into Joe Biden son Hunter, which bar never made public before the election. Let Mr Trump to publicly air his anger. It also led Trump allies to call for bars Ouster. The largest vaccination campaign in U. S history is underway with health officials getting the first shots this morning at UPMC Children's Hospital. Tammy Muneer is chief quality officer for UPMC. On behalf of the 92,000 workers here at UPMC and in the communities we serve here in western Pennsylvania, central Pennsylvania, Maryland in Ohio. This is truly a momentous occasion. Hospitals around the nation are rolling out the first small shipments. 975 vials of the Fizer vaccine were delivered by UPS today to UPMC. The music venue on the outskirts of Pittsburgh, Once again has a new name in January as Sinti Bank one, the naming rights to the concert venue, naming it s anti bank music park. Changing it from KeyBank Pavilion will now according to the venue's Facebook page, it appears it will be called the pavilion at Star Lake, the name being a call back to the original name Star Lake Amphitheater. 31 degrees now in Pittsburgh International. Our next news at eight on KDK radio Excludes tax Tagged island includes a 99 dealer for you. Offer ends 1 15 21 hits.

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"star lake" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:24 min | Last month

"star lake" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Shylock NewsRadio KDK to Allegheny County sheriff's deputies have been reassigned are under investigation and now in quarantine. They were seen on social media posing for a photo at a Brentwood restaurant open Saturday in defiance of the suspension of indoor dining. The deputies were with the owner of cracked egg, where the post Gazette reports. The dining room was full. Music venue on the outskirts of Pittsburgh, Once again has a new name. In January, Snt Bank one the naming rights to the concert venue, naming it s anti bank Music park, changing it from KeyBank Pavilion. Now, according to the venue's Facebook page, it appears it will be called the pavilion at Star Lake. The name being a call back to the original name Star Lake Amphitheater. Pennsylvania has cast its 20 electoral votes for Democrat Joe Biden, the native son, who's win in the state last month secured his overall victory against President Donald Trump. Today is the first day of early voting in Georgia for the state's pivotal Senate runoff elections. The outcome of the realm of the run offs will determine which party controls the U. S. Senate on CBS this morning. Democrats. Stacey Abrams, founder of the Voting Rights Organization Fair Fight, said Republican leadership is now asking for a huge turnout. When a previously discouraged Republican voters from casting their ballots. I don't try to dissuade anyone from voting and certainly not from voting by mail. But Donald Trump has spent the last month doing nothing but undermining the electoral system in Georgia. Just last night, he sent out another tweet. Undermining the system, and unfortunately, we know that it has had an effect on certain voters. Abrams ran for governor of Georgia two years ago and lost to the Republican incumbent that made national headlines when she refused to concede. On Wall Street just before the clothes have for until it's in, says the Dow is down 133 points at 29,913. The NASDAQ is up 79 points the S and P down 10 points. In sports. It's the Ravens versus the Browns tonight on Monday night football and you can hear that game on 93 7 the fan. The news is brought to you by beyond the Lincoln in Monroeville. It's 403 time to get more for your valuables by going to treasure hunt. No one treats you better triple A traffic in Doc. You weather together next Sitting down. How's your posture to.

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"star lake" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

03:45 min | 8 months ago

"star lake" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

"Remember remember game six eight. Nothing blowout I get to see that game live because I had the ultimate dilemma. Acdc was in town that nights out. Okay so were they. Were playing at the glue that night though they were playing at Star Lake so my first of the penguins ever winning the COP was Brian. Johnson comes out. I do terrible mutations Pittsburgh. Congratulations you wanted to Stanley Cup. And then on the big screen. They showed abuse gate. The place goes Omar. God that was the right at the airport because everyone who likes towards from from the from the concert. I never knew that that's see. Now that makes perfect sense. That was already twenty thousand people at Star Lake. Who just went right to the airport? That of course I did not ever the one time I was saying. I went back to my buddy's house that we neatly into VCR ALL DAY. Were just like how can we go to the concert? Well it's game. Six was the ultimate Allama knowing. They was just incredible. Joe Do you remember where in the concert they were when that happened? Like was it right in the beginning was at the encore somewhere in the middle and unless I was losing which could have possibly been happening. I think Brian Johnson came out with a tin foil. Stanley up. It was running around but I just remember the big screen and and kind of everything went black. Because it's like was only regaining. The of regaining six. It was a whole lot of drinking that day. Yeah I bet. I bet it was close to the encore. By the time you find out because you'd have to seven o'clock game gets done around ten o'clock and it was. It was just phenomenal feeling. Everyone just lost their imagine. Acdc and Stanley Cup. All the one night I mean everyone just lost their minds and then of course the legendary celebration in the park. It was so funny because there is no parades really. China Lake. The normal penguins fans been there through the eighties and Elvis showed up really. I've seen I thought it was. Isn't that the one? When was it ninety two when he said? Let's let's go down to the river and party. Ninety one. Ninety two was at three rivers stadium. Erase the Tarp Pot on the field of Bryan Trottier was doing the Rick Dempsey thing and running on the tarp with diving and do it all kind of sliding i. I think you're wrong on that crowd. The job ever oppressive in terms of the amount of people that were there. Okay maybe I we still gonNA days and I know that. Because I've parked up by IGLOO. They had been they busted media in and it was. It was stopped to get there and I lived on the north side. I just remember walking down just kind of like walking on it so unlike the last upwards been absolutely ticker tape parade you know a us to relive the championships. Like I've been saying least we have a whole bunch to look back on while we don't have hockey for the moment but Nice to get your perspective on things. Joe Partic host of soft dumps. Thanks so much man. Always get a check in with the feel. Yeah Man. I'm hanging in there dismissing Hawk but other than that survives I love. You guys backed up. I'm glad we got zoomed in now at all. It sounds good now. We're good to go but we'll talk to you next week. Man Hanging all right guys..

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"star lake" Discussed on Stealing Signs

Stealing Signs

08:53 min | 10 months ago

"star lake" Discussed on Stealing Signs

"Out. Yeah I think I think what he's saying if I correct me if I'm wrong but but If you remove the crowd from all the Games baseball still lends itself to a home field advantage because of those things which I that does kind of make sense right. I you know all of it I think and again it would be weird. It would be different. It wouldn't be the same but it's definitely doable. Right you go out there you throw the ball and you hit the ball and you catch the ball and you keep score and so I kind of went back and forth when I did hear that. Obviously it'd be weird but would I rather not have it at all? I don't know I'd much rather have it. So what would you do to fill the energy so if I'm watching on? Tv? The crowd the ambiance. The crowd noise. That's all part of the entertainment. So now that's not gonna be there. What would you do? There's only so much you can do right first of all. They've already started doing it a little bit more and I think The the game that Justin was talking about That the The what's his name He was gonNA make up all the players so that maybe number one is is everybody gets dot. Maybe you know what I mean and you kind of flip back and forth and now it becomes different game as far as producing it. Because now you're looking for. Who's saying the funny? The cool the entertaining. Maybe you're talking to him again. Like they are doing now in the spring a little bit more of that kind of stuff. The the fact of the matter is that the crowd is white noise for us as you know watching it on television or it's there we know it's there and if you took it away we would definitely know it's gone but it's white noise for us I think also in baseball. I think it's more white noise for the players than any other sport to take and both what both of these gentlemen just said in football when you are offense in urine somebody else's stadium that's making F- difference But these guys when you know when they go up to bat it just seems like they're able to shed whatever else is going on around them and in many situations So like I said I think it would affect the game less than the other sports I think it would be easier to do. And and maybe that's just because baseball's a little less exciting but I do think it's doable. Homefield advantage that has to do with the crowd. It also has to do with the fact that comfort ability being able to sleep in your own house rather than sleeping in a hotel. That's different. The crowd makes a difference for home field advantage. But that's not the only things that make up a home field advantage home field advantage in her home. You're more than the other teams sure. So how does this play out for fantasy right? So we're talking about it now. There's this is delay and this is a you know it's Kinda weird you. Mlb said that players can leave. They can go home be with their families. They can stay at spring training. But what does this mean you know? We were so used to spring training. You get in there you gear up. There's there's an ebb and flow to spring training. And then you get ready for the season now that we've stopped it even for a couple of weeks. What does that mean? Because you know you've gotTA stretch arms out again or they do and bullpen sessions. And then how does this play out to you know? The injuries were thinking about people who are set to draft this weekend. How do you factor that in? The one thing is definitely going to happen and I was talking to Jack about the other day is that the starting pitchers are not going to be going long right away. When baseball starts your guys that would normally be thrown eight. Nine innings are not going to be doing that for the lease the first couple of weeks. Because they're not gonNA take that chance is just not going to be happening. They could be thrown simulated games on the side of things like that. But that's never the same thing and I just think that the starting pitching is going to be affected way more than the batting because the starting pitching not being ready is going to make the batting a lot easier. That's my till you're making the assumption that That they're gonNA they're gonNA really if they decided to start this season up again fairly quickly. They're not gonNA wait for another month for these pictures to get ready. And therefore that means that there's a higher chance of injury that means if you got any innings leaders on your team or your drafting innings eaters. Be careful because you're not gonna get those innings right away at the beginning of their probably could be more offense than defense early on absolutely might also make If we have a shortened season it could make some pitchers coming off of an injury such as like Lance mccullers Who might have like a one hundred and twenty inning pitch Limit on the season Shit? Maybe that's a full season this year. You know so now instead of Mccullers you know. I don't know a top fifty or sixty or so Pitcher in in your rankings. Maybe now beefed up another fifteen spots right right and then guys that are injured. Yeah now Ray Paxton right. Those are the pictures that are hurt now. Obviously they're they're in a spot Draft wise based on the fact. That season was gonNA start you. Give them another three weeks a month. Two months to get healthy then. All of a sudden change where they're going to be draft wise absolutely. So what should a commissioner do swag? Should've commissioner hold off and say we're GONNA do our draft once we know when the seasons going to start and we can actually get reassessed or do you go ahead with the draft? If I mean obviously people have already drafted than they've drafted but I know there's many many leagues that are set to draft this weekend or or next weekend or or really soon. Would you delay it for Dynasty Leagues? That are already existing. That are going I don't see really any huge reason to delay it you could. You don't have to For Redraft Leagues. Why wouldn't you wait at this point if you if you haven't done it yet? You almost mind as well wait just to gather the knowledge who the hell knows what it means. You know what I mean so again. You're drafting guys out of context. Essentially so that would I I would if I dynasty league. I don't see any reason not to bite. I don't see any reason. Not You know to to to wait either but on Redraft Leagues. I would definitely wait. Yeah that's interesting without knowing the actual start day why wouldn't you push back the The draft it would almost be the equivalent of drafting your team in January with the normal star Lake. Why would you do that right right? And what are these guys going to do? You know I know. They're not supposed to go around. racing motorcycles but but I know there are some. That don't mean bumgarner doing the Rodeo right right there. You go yeah. So what are they gonNA do over the next month and could that change their status or the season starts as well so hassle? Hold Oh I don't think that it should have any impact on the way that People draft your rankings. I don't know I threw out the idea of maybe Like the pitchers coming off of injuries. Sort of thing but as a whole I would not have it impact. Any kind of perspective agreed best players. Best Player. You know I just think hitchings involved more than batting hitching will be affected more than bad. Yeah maybe there you have it. What what do we call people that listen to stealing signs or they crooks and criminals what are they are they Winners Their winners their Astros Burlington. Yeah they're easy wiper no swiping a permanent borrowers is that what his permanently borrowing it. Maybe we'll get some feedback on what we what we should call our fans. I know we have a lot of fans out there. So Listen Fellas. Thanks for getting together. We are still going to put out episodes. We're still going to be breaking down what's happening as it unfolds. Were watching it just like you are. Our job obviously is to make sure you can make sense of it that you can make better moves and that you can win your league so bike the Greek. I hope you you stay alive reach if you need any help on any shows. Yeah just in the pseudo scout. I know you're wandering the fields. Maybe a little tear on your cheek as you're doing it but they'll it'll be back but it'll be back. Don't worry and I know for me. I just praying that are simulated league actually shows The growth of my youngsters and swagger when you make millions of dollars setting up this league. Don't forget the guys that were with you all along only of us the little guys well. I. I wouldn't say that but okay. I guess we already see how it is. All right. Gentlemen have yourselves a great day. All right wash your hands..

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"star lake" Discussed on Your Online Coffee Break

Your Online Coffee Break

09:43 min | 1 year ago

"star lake" Discussed on Your Online Coffee Break

"Twenty is off to a great start for for space exploration. We've always seen several successful missions. Including SPACEX launching a couple of Star Lake missions which is going to provide Internet access to areas of the world previously underserved and some that are currently being served by other Internet providers. We've also seen the incredible inflight. Abort test from spacex making a major major headway for the commercial crew program we hope to see actual astronauts launched from US oil possibly as soon as April. It's been incredible credible year. And we're so excited but also exciting is the future of space exploration as it pertains to us the general audience. What's out there for us us? Well we do have interview coming up with a Tim Alatorre. He's with the Gateway Foundation and they're developing a luxurious space. Hotel Hotel which will tell you about in just a minute first. I'm going to introduce my friend. Richard Guenther as we explore. This segment called Your Space Journey This is worse. Richard tells us what inspired him about space. What he's most looking forward to your space journey? This is Richard Guenther from the digital media zone and I always podcasts about. Diy Home Automation called home odd. I remember my family. Fostering my first interest in the space program even as a little child I recall seeing the moon landing very little. My mother made sure I watched that historic event. Even though it was very late heck I even had a framed cross stitch pattern. My Wall that commemorated the landing. I think it was a gift from my grandmother so remember excitedly watching the first shuttle launch and landing with fleet all and excitement and of course the moment I learned of challengers faith was one of those few events that permanently into my memory. The exact location the people around me even the sound of my friend. John's John's voices. He told me it was then. I realized I'd likely never traveled to space in. My lifetime is a civilian eyewitness. My first launch fifteen or so years ago that's shuttle lit up the night sky not unlike the space x commercial resupply service launch chuck at night close saw through Nasr's social media outreach program. Aw I'm so excited to see the increasing activity and interest in space exploration again as we humanity prepared to revisit the moon and explore are the possibilities and opportunities available living off won't be among the lucky ones to experience that I hope and expect the next generations will. We'll think commonplace your space journey while. Thank you Richard for sharing your story. Really the appreciate it and folks we'd love to hear what fascinates you about space if you'd like to tell us a little bit more about your passion for space what you're most excited about for the future of space expiration. Just go ahead and give a call voicemail. Call us at three one seven eight six to forty seven hundred or email us an audio or video clip less than in two minutes please to send that email to info at your space journey dot com. Be Sure and tell us your name where you're from and what you're most looking forward to about the future of space exploration expiration and where your passion for space game all right now. Let's talk. Space hotels let intrusive special guest. Tim Allah Tori. Tim is the senior design architect of the von Braun Space Station and incredible new Space Hotel underway by the Gateway Foundation. Tim Is over twenty years. Experience in Habitat Design Graphics. Web Design programming and engineering. He obtained a degree in architecture from cal. Poly and is a licensed architect in California and several other states waits for the last nine years he's also worked at consulting subject matter expert for the State of California. Here's tim talking a little bit more about the foundation and his role role there. The Gateway Foundation was organized for the purpose of advancing starship culture and we have thousands of members across the world and more joining every day. And we all have to singular vision of trying to advance the movement of humanity into space and the latest project of the Gateway Foundation. It wasn't backup. The main goal foundation is to build the gateway which which will be a large city light station station in space and the first step towards that is the von Braun Space Station and so my role with the company. I am the senior design architects. And I'm chiefly responsible for all of the interiors habitable portions of the bone space station. I'm also my staff and I. We are doing the team. We're doing all the visualizations animations graphics whole station but myself and Dr. Tom Spilka who is a senior engineer ran. He's as the system architect for all of the the the main structural components and He's developed a a really important structural a spoke system which actually has a patent on it. The two of us we're the primary designers the entire station now. Of course working on the space hotel is truly amazing so I had asked him where his interest in space began in what fueled his passion. Here's talking about that. I have been fascinated with space ace and design and architecture since I was a kid so I started my whole design career really in elementary school and I had the singular goal throughout all of my adolescence of being an architect doc and a long way. I've been fascinated with everything space. I grew up watching Not The original star Trek but syndicated a The original Star Trek Syndication with my dad. And then of course you know Next Generation Start Star Wars in all these great science fiction things. We've all grown up with and so when the opportunity came in it's really been Just a a series of serendipitous events allowed my path across with Gateway Foundation. And you know when the opportunity came for me to participate it was a no brainer. I said yes of course and so Over the last several years now we've been working really it closely together on what we hope will be very first space station with artificial gravity. We'll see that's where I'm really impressed. Because I'm against the site gateway speeds baseball DOT COM. You have just one animations and wonderful descriptions of just how in depth that you and your whole team has been in developing the gateway and you mentioned this before but I understand. The first goal is to develop sort of a robust space construction industry. You know we gotta be able to contract and space then the first artificial gravity station which is called the Von Braun Station and then finally the gateway tests a little bit more about this verse components. Yeah I think you hit on. Probably the key part they are is being able to build large structures in space right so if you look at the International Space Station By comparison to what we're wanting to deal with the Bombay station or even the gateway it's tiny but every station leading up to the International Space Station was Larger in another evolution. International Space Station was the first As far as I'm aware of the first structure in space that was built of component parts that were then assembled in orbit and so The National Space Station or relied heavily upon man's spacewalks eventually sleep with Canada arm and other robotic of tools that are now in orbit a lot of docking in other extra vehicle or extravehicular activities can be done with unmanned systems but Probably mentioned another company volunteer which is orbital assembly and that's a California based space construction company which really is hand in hand with the Gateway Foundation so orbital assembly is the construction on the Gateway Foundation overload. Assembly is working to develop all of the the the robotics and the man pods is that will assemble the station. So credible bit the von Braun Space Station itself the main familiar with the structure of it. But there's a is basically to think of like a bicycle wheel here's a center hub and spokes radiating out with an outer trust. We call our outer ring trusts so the outer green trust in the inner trust will be prefabricated. Steel components prefabricated earth or might be going aluminum. I can't remember ever return them back right. No metal component which will be fabricated here on earth and then in orbit they will be positioned and welded and there is a robotic assembly Component that. We're calling the tall which stands for the von Braun Trust simply line and and it's essentially a mechanism where the raw materials get fed in one end their position in the line. Then they're welded. And then the trust comes out on the other end. So we'll be able to fabricate the entire trusts in orbit out of component parts and then the the spokes in the Hobbs in the habitable. Horses will be assembled goal to it so The technology is all. There is just a matter of getting all the technology in one place towards a singular focused.

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"star lake" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"star lake" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Well it's great you know it's it's great he said some really strong days he's you know you can see in getting stronger with with the with each day that result there I think you know just his his presence around the team because everyone looks up to release the captain for a face off tonight just after nine on eighteen T. sports college basketball Robert Morris beech St Francis Brooklyn seventy eight fifty two Josh Williams of the colonial so twenty points coach Andy Toole says he could have more we tried to find as many ways as we can to get a great looks we want to be aggressive there's even how shots in the second half I thought he passed on that we need to take yeah we want to say and so it's been when he's making those shots are really opens up everything for a lot of other guys are guys energy star Williams a six for eight on three pointers colonials are homing as Wagner tomorrow at one NFL conference semifinals this weekend tomorrow's games you can hear me on the fan Minnesota at San Francisco at four thirty followed by Tennessee and Baltimore Sunday's games will be here on newsradio ten twenty could spit basketball's on the fan Houston and Kansas city at one Seattle at Green Bay after that the pirate signed free agent outfielder camel her ready twenty nine years old in the majors five seasons last season here at two twenty five with Tampa Bay from the sports desk from colony newsradio ten twenty KDKA sports side pop quiz we talked about PPG paints arena us originally down at star lake yeah but there was called the star like camp of theater right then it was the coca Cola Starley camper theater then isn't what is now post because a pavilion Cieszyn tea bag music park wow thanks for saying and guess who's coming to do one thing to.

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"star lake" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

13:07 min | 1 year ago

"star lake" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Just click that little subscribe button on your magical listening device in your pocket that some people refer to as a cell phone. I like to refer to it as my podcast gas listening device. Click subscribe. Please give us a little five star rating leaving. I sorta review. If you like what you hear and you can also Mosey on over to our website lines lines of liberty dot com you can drop me an email felony Friday at lensofliberty dot com and let me know what you think. Let's stop beating around the Bush guys. Let's get started with today's episode. Today's episode of Felony Friday. We're going to be talking about a very unique and important program right here in Pennsylvania state where I'm located. This is the other side of the state. I'm in Pittsburgh. This is over in elizabethtown borough. We're going to be talking about a program called second chance P._A.. It's a pre arrest diversion program for addicts addicts and it's the elizabethtown borough and North West regional police departments who've joined up with blueprints for addiction recovery and they're establishing resources that favour rehabilitation over incarceration hope over helplessness helplessness life over death and today. I'm joined by blueprints for Addiction Recovery C.. O. Christopher drives box say hello Christopher everybody felons not and Elizabeth town police chief Edward M Cunningham how John just call me just call you Ed yes okay. I'm glad we got that out of the way I was going to be calling you <hes> chief Cunningham the entire show so let's Chris has been on the show before I think about I think it was fifty episodes ago Episode One Thirty Four Felony Friday so you know we don't need to hear Chris this whole back story you know he went into that of that episode. We don't need to rehash that we're going to be I want to focus on this program because it's so unique and I think <hes> from what you from you guys are doing and really implementing <hes> in your local community. I think I wanted to shine a light on that so Chris but if you could just tell us a little a bit quickly for people that haven't heard that episode is a little bit about blueprints for addiction recovery and why you're so passionate about helping people suffer from addiction so blueprints for addiction recovery is a state licensed drug and Alcohol Treatment Project. We operate out of five separate locations here in south central Pennsylvania <hes>. I'm personally very passionate about this. Criminal Justice work with chief Cunningham and the other police in this area because I myself was arrested and the M._A.. Felon <hes> I spent nearly seven hundred days of my life in jail for drug related offenses and things related to my addiction and really really loves working with progressive people like Ed to help other people avoid the struggles that I had to go through. Thank you for sharing that Christopher and <hes> ed if you could just tell us <hes> what attracted you to a career in law enforcement and what's your career progression been if you've been elizabethtown the whole time if you have you moved around a little bit now I actually I am a third generation police officer. My Dad and grandfather were both police officers and I got my start. I worked at a couple of small departments. Uh south of Pittsburgh part time until I finally in nineteen ninety five got hired full time by the city of Pittsburgh police and I had a wide range of experiences working at twenty. Three years with Pittsburgh worked my way up I finally when I left Pittsburgh. My rank was lieutenant and I I saw the damage that was done by drug abuse and drug use and and I saw that we were arrested in a lot of people for <hes> for small amounts of drugs and when what they really needed was help the problem was i. I just didn't have the resources to do anything about it. In Pittsburgh on January of last year I got hired as the chief of police here in Elizabethtown January eighteen and just through the progression of doing doing my job I met Chris and we we came up with this really really interesting idea of trying to let the police be the gateway to helping people who need help get help in my career I've done I've done some works some work in drug work some in crisis negotiations some in patrol. I've I've had very widely varied career on but this is one of the things that I've always been passionate about is trying to get people help who who need the help. That's fantastic so what what community south of Pittsburgh I live south of Pittsburgh. I actually worked out in Hanover Township in Washington county out where it's now. I guess it was the Star Lake amphitheater yeah so I was one of the officers that worked there. Her worked real hard in the summertime and not at all in the winter not not much going on there in the winter. That's so I'm curious. So this program you guys met. Each Other was at Chris did did you did you approach ed or how did this <music> come about that. I'm not a thousand percent sure <hes> think maybe my office reached out to him as the new chief of police and we just wanted to talk a little bit about blueprints and what we could do to help residents of Elizabethtown and really just introduce them and little did I know that Ed was a progressive police chief that really wanted to make an impact in people's lives and change the way things are done in Pennsylvania. He can talk a little bit more about the small meeting that turned into this awesome program it it started off as just a when I first got here I was trying to meet as many business owners as I quoted and with Chris being a business owner here in town we got it set up through a mutual acquaintance and just plan to have a fifteen minute meeting and we started talking and that fifteen minute meeting <hes> initially turned into about a three hour afternoon and that's where we really got the ball rolling for the second chance program Yeah I do remember Chris called me. This was probably before the program started. I was <hes> we have a mutual friend in DEL currency ran for U._S.. Senate and I remember Chris Talking about how excited he was about this program <hes> and just the potential of it before it even rolled out so <hes> I know that how long has has this been implemented for like. What's the what's the time for when was the kickoff date percent? The official kickoff date was January first of this year we were actually doing some test cases through the end of November and into December and got a few you people connected with the service as we were trying to work out the all of the details but the official launch was January first of this year okay and just to give some background on how it works so it's a pre arrest diversion diversion program for addicts so what types of cases what types of situations would this program and feel free. I should probably say whoever can best address the question just jump in because both address it. I mean this isn't directed to any one of you but how does that work on case by case basis chief the things the things that we're looking at for pre arrest and pre arrest diversion is just <hes> one one portion of the overall program and Bay we look at the second chance <hes> when we were building only Chris and I were building at we took the best parts of a number of different programs from around the country to put it together for something that we thought would be unique and really address all of the pro the problems that we saw that we were facing and for for ray pre arrest diversion it would be something that's a small level <hes> a small amount of possession or paraphernalia charge or maybe something like <hes> Chris and I were just talking about this earlier here today. How a lot of times theft cases are really the the the addiction is the motivator behind theft case and so if we have a small theft case that might be a a that might be a candidate for for the pre arrest diversion <hes> basically it's? It's not it's summary cases very low level misdemeanors. Were obviously not going to be ignoring felonies <hes>. We're not going to be ignoring anything violent <hes> when I'm saying felonies. I'm saying things that the criminal justice system says has to be addressed through an arrest <hes> it's going to be the smaller ones wants the smaller cases that we would have the discretion at the magistrate's Office to knock down to a fine or something like that those are going to be the kind of cases that were that are the true pre arrest diversion <hes> some of the larger cases. We're not abandoning those people if a person comes to us it or if we come in contact with the person who needs the help but who is facing a more serious charge than the police officers go into more of advocate role and we still make contact with the recovery specialist we still make contact and make a referral through the second chance program and and we move into helping them get the help that they need once they've addressed the legal issues that have to be addressed <hes> but another big part of the program is that we've also turned the police stations nations into <hes> gateways into to safe places that a person can come and say <hes> you know. Excuse me but I need help. I can't do this anymore. I need help and if they happen to have. Move a little bit of paraphernalia on them or a small amount of drugs or something then that would be something that we're not going to arrest them for asking for help. That's great so so from there once <hes> so say someone walks into the police station say one of these arrests are is made or I guess before they're arrested what happens then is blueprints contacted or how does how does that play out. The officers can call and the officers have received training on how to do an initial assessment of you know. Is this person a good candidate for the second chance program and we have a phone number through blueprints for the <hes> the certified recovery specialists and there are several of them that Chris has on on call for us and we have a number that we can call twenty twenty four hours a day seven days a week anytime of the day and we have a commitment through the second chance program that someone you know a live person will answer the phone and we'll talk to us and will if if it's appropriate will come out whatever time it is will come out to where we need them and begin the assessment <unk> process to get this person into help immediately and that's one of the things that makes aches our program unique among all the other programs in the country that we were able to find is that we have the C._R._S.. Who will come to the scene of where we are and begin immediately working to get the person help C._R._S. stands for certified recovery specialists so that's somebody who has trained to meet a person where they are a person who is pre recovery to try to get them into recovery Br and certified are loving overlords at the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania so Chris this this.

Chris Talking Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Ed Elizabethtown Edward M Cunningham O. Christopher elizabethtown borough Star Lake amphitheater Hanover Township theft Elizabeth town Senate official officer Washington county business owner
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17:30 min | 1 year ago

"star lake" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Hear and you can also Mosey on over to our website lines lines of liberty dot com you can drop me an email felony Friday at lines of Dot Com and let me know what you think. Let's stop beating around the Bush guys. Let's get started with today's episode. Today's episode of Felony Friday. We're going to be talking about a very unique and important program right here in Pennsylvania the state where I'm located. This is the other side of the state. I'm in Pittsburgh. This is over in elizabethtown borough. We're going to be talking about a program called second chance P._A.. It's a pre arrest diversion program for addicts and it's the elizabethtown borough North West regional police departments who've joined up with blueprints for addiction recovery and they're establishing resources that favour rehabilitation over ver- incarceration hope over helplessness helplessness life over death and today. I'm joined by blueprints for Addiction Recovery C.. O. Christopher drives box say hello Christopher everybody thelen and Elizabethtown police chief Edward M Cunningham how John just call me just call you Ed yes okay. I'm glad we got that out of the way I was going to be calling you chief Cunningham the entire entire show so let's Chris has been on the show before think about. I think it was fifty episodes ago Episode One Thirty Four Felony Friday so you know we don't need to hear Chris this whole back story you know he went into out of that episode. We don't need to rehash that. We're GONNA WANNA focus on this program because it's so unique and I think <hes> from you from you. Guys are doing and really implementing <hes> in your local community. I think I wanted to shine a light on that so Chris but if you could just tell us a little bit quickly for people that haven't heard that episode is a little bit about blueprints for addiction recovery and why you're so passionate about helping people suffer from addiction so blueprints for addiction recovery is a state licensed drug and Alcohol Treatment Project. We operate out of five separate locations here in south central Pennsylvania. I'm personally very passionate about this criminal justice work with chief Cunningham in the other police in this area because I myself I self was arrested and a m a felon. I spent nearly seven hundred days of my life in jail for drug related offenses and things related to my addiction and really really loves working with progressive people like Ed to to help other people avoid the struggles that I had to go through. Thank you for sharing that Christopher and <hes> ed if you could just tell us <hes> what attracted you to a career in law enforcement and what's your career your progression in Elizabethtown the whole time if you have you moved around a little bit now I actually I am a third generation police officer. My Dad and grandfather were both police officers and I got got my start. I worked a couple of small departments south of Pittsburgh part time until I finally in nineteen ninety five got hired full time by the city of Pittsburgh police and I had a wide range of experiences is working at twenty three years with Pittsburgh worked my way up I finally when I left Pittsburgh. My rank was lieutenant and I I saw the damage that was done by not drug abuse and drug use and and I saw that we were arrested in a lot of people for <hes> for small amounts of drugs and when what they really needed was help <hes> the problem was I just didn't have the resources to do anything about it. In Pittsburgh on January of last year I got hired as the chief of police here in Elizabethtown January eighteen and just through the the progression of doing my job I met Chris and we we came up with this really really interesting idea of trying to let the police be the gateway a to helping people who need help get help in my career I've done I've done some works. Some work in drug work some in crisis negotiation some in patrol so I've had a very widely varied career but this is one of the things that I've always been a purdy passionate about is trying to get people help who need the help. It's fantastic so what what community south of Pittsburgh I live south of Pittsburgh. I actually worked out in Hanover township in Washington County outwear. It's now I guess it was the Star Lake amphitheater. Oh yeah so I was one of. The officers that worked there worked real hard in the summertime and not at all in the winter not not much going on there in the winter. That's so I'm curious. So this program you guys met. Each Other was at Chris did did you did you approach editor. How did this come about that? I'm not a thousand percent sure <hes> I think maybe my office reached out to him as the new chief of police and we just wanted to talk a little bit about blueprints and what we do to help residents of Elizabethtown and really just introduce him than little. Did I know that Ed was a progressive police chief that really wanted to make an impact in people's lives and change the way things are done in Pennsylvania and he can talk a little bit more about the small meeting that turned into into this awesome program it started off as just a when I first got here I was trying to meet as many business owners as I could and with Chris being a business owner here in town we got it <unk> set up through a mutual acquaintance and just plan to have a fifteen minute meeting and we started talking and that fifteen minute meeting <hes> initially turned into about a three hour afternoon and that's where we really got the ball rolling for the second chance program Yeah I do remember Chris called me. This was probably before the program started. I was <hes> we have a mutual friend in DEL currency ran for U._S.. Senate and I remember Chris Talking about how excited he was about this program <hes> and just the potential of it before it even rolled out so <hes> I know that how long has has this been implemented fort like what's the what's the time was the kickoff date per se the official kickoff date was January first of this year we were actually doing some test cases through the end of November and into December and got a few people connected with the service as we were trying to work out the all of the details but the official launch was January first of this year and just to give some background on how it works so it's a a pre arrest diversion program for addicts so what types of cases what types of situations would this program and feel free. I should probably say whoever can best address the question just jump in because both address it. I mean this isn't directed to any one of you but how does that work on case by case basis good chief the things the things that we're looking at for pre arrests and pre arrest diversion is just one one portion of the overall program and Bay we look at the second chance <hes> when we were building in Chris and I were building at we took the best part of a number of different programs from around the country to put it together for something that we thought would be unique and really address all of the pro the problems that we saw that we were facing and and for a for a pre arrest diversion it would be something that's a small level <hes> a small amount of possession or paraphernalia charge or maybe something like Chris and I were just talking about about this earlier today. How a lot of times theft cases are really the the the addiction is the motivator behind theft case and so if we have a small theft a case that might be a that might be a candidate for for the pre arrest diversion <hes> basically it's? It's not it's summary cases very low level misdemeanors. Were obviously not going to be ignoring hiring felonies. Were not going to be ignoring anything violent <hes> when I'm saying felonies. I'm saying things that the criminal justice system says has to be addressed through an arrest. It's it's going to be the smaller ones the smaller cases that we would have the discretion at the magistrate's Office to knock down to a fine or something like that those are going to be the kind of cases that were that are the true pre arrest this diversion of some of the larger cases. We're not abandoning those people if a person comes to us it or if we come in contact with the person who needs the help but who is facing a more serious charge urge than the police officers go into more of an advocate role and we still make contact with the recovery specialist we still make contact and make a referral through the second chance program <hes> and we move into helping them get the help that they need once they've addressed the legal issues that have to be addressed but you know another big part of the program is that we've also turned the police stations into <hes> gateways into to safe places that a person can come and say <hes> you know excuse me but I need help. I can't do this anymore. I need help and if if they happen to have a little bit of paraphernalia on them or a small amount of drugs or something then that would be something that we're not going to arrest them for asking for help. That's great so so from there once <hes> so say some walks police station or say one of these arrests are is made or I guess before they're arrested. <hes> what happens then is blueprints contacted or how does how does that a play out. The officers can call and the officers have received training on how to do an initial assessment of you know. Is this person a good candidate for the second chance program and we have a phone number through blueprints for the <hes> the certified recovery specialists and there are several of them that Chris has on on call for us and we have a a number that we can call twenty four hours a day seven days a week anytime of the day and we have a commitment through the second chance program that someone you know a live person will answer the phone and we'll talk to us and and will if if it's appropriate will come out whatever time it is will come out to where we need them and begin the assessment <unk> process to get this person into help immediately and that's one one of the things that makes our program unique among all the other programs in the country that we were able to find is that we have the C._R._S.. Who will come to the scene of where we are and begin immediately working to get the person help C._R._S. stands for certified recovery specialists so that's somebody who has trained to meet a person where they are a person who is pre recovery to try to get them into recovery and certified by our loving overlords at the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania so Chris <hes> this this initiative second chance for P._A.? How's it how's it funded is it a part of blueprints is it a separate entity is is entirely separate entity from blueprints? I obviously am the C._E._O.. Theo blueprints the blueprints is in everything that I do <hes> but second chance Pierre is a completely separate initiative <hes> up until very recently it has been completely self funded by blueprints on myself personally <hes> we are very close to attaining nonprofit status with the great overlords federal government and at that point we will then shift to an entirely different structure where we have a board that includes several notable folks and chief hunting included <hes> and will then be able to begin fundraising and have it become its own self supporting entity and hopefully show everybody <hes> that private citizens can do a lot to help this epidemic excellent excellent so this went into effect several months ago. Can you give us any idea of what sort of impacts been made so far. Is there any anything you can share cheap. That's okay we've had today. We've had fifty six referrals. Mostly through the the three. The three partners in the very beginning were elizabethtown police North West regional police and Susquehanna Valley E._M._S.. We were the three who got in at the very beginning and we're slowly bringing in other police departments and other E._M._S. providers to to start making this program available to people where they need it <hes> we we actually have training scheduled for two other police departments coming up in the next month or two and I Chris and I both have meetings with several other chiefs to try to expand the program but at this point we've had fifty six referrals and we're doing pretty much anything that we can think of to get this help out to other people <hes> <hes> one of the things that that were were doing is that we got Chris Involved in coming to our D._U._i.. Checkpoints and we have a blueprints specialists recovery specialists. I'm sorry a second chance recovery very special list coming to all of our stationary checkpoints so if we find somebody at a d._U._i.. Checkpoint who needs who is suffering from addiction and needs help were able to get it for them immediately right there on the scene at the at the the stationary checkpoint and we have we have some very notable success stories are very first referral to the program. Actually we kicked off at what at noon Chris like at noon on January first and we got our first call at seven o'clock that night and it was a <hes> a woman who was suffering from alcohol addiction who was at risk of losing her nursing job and second chance was able to connect are with Rehab and with the services that she needs and she was able to WHO <hes> complete the beginning part of that and my understanding is. She's doing very well with beating that addiction. That's fantastic if I can add to that John Thank jumping that was actually before January first I that was before we had even officially launched at officers that we've done the training with encountered a wonderful lady passed out behind a dumpster and when she woke up from her alcohol induced stupor she got a little progressive with the officer thankfully that officer had been through our training and he understood a little bit about compassion in times of crisis and a little bit about the brain science of addiction and he had four thought to say hey. Let's call the cert recovery specialists and get her some help now now if she had gotten charged with attacking a police officer or public drunkenness or whatever it might have been might have been at risk of losing her nursing license and through this program our first case <hes> saved ladies nursing license saved her job or means of living and I'm assuming that without alcohol she's probably even a much better nurse than she was previously so just in case.

Chris Talking Elizabethtown officer Pennsylvania Pittsburgh Ed elizabethtown borough Edward M Cunningham O. Christopher Dot Com Star Lake amphitheater Hanover township Susquehanna Valley theft Senate Washington County editor
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17:30 min | 1 year ago

"star lake" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Hear and you can also Mosey on over to our website lines lines of liberty dot com you can drop me an email felony Friday at lines of Dot Com and let me know what you think. Let's stop beating around the Bush guys. Let's get started with today's episode. Today's episode of Felony Friday. We're going to be talking about a very unique and important program right here in Pennsylvania the state where I'm located. This is the other side of the state. I'm in Pittsburgh. This is over in elizabethtown borough. We're going to be talking about a program called second chance P._A.. It's a pre arrest diversion program for addicts and it's the elizabethtown borough North West regional police departments who've joined up with blueprints for addiction recovery and they're establishing resources that favour rehabilitation over ver- incarceration hope over helplessness helplessness life over death and today. I'm joined by blueprints for Addiction Recovery C.. O. Christopher drives box say hello Christopher everybody thelen and Elizabethtown police chief Edward M Cunningham how John just call me just call you Ed yes okay. I'm glad we got that out of the way I was going to be calling you chief Cunningham the entire entire show so let's Chris has been on the show before think about. I think it was fifty episodes ago Episode One Thirty Four Felony Friday so you know we don't need to hear Chris this whole back story you know he went into out of that episode. We don't need to rehash that. We're GONNA WANNA focus on this program because it's so unique and I think <hes> from you from you. Guys are doing and really implementing <hes> in your local community. I think I wanted to shine a light on that so Chris but if you could just tell us a little bit quickly for people that haven't heard that episode is a little bit about blueprints for addiction recovery and why you're so passionate about helping people suffer from addiction so blueprints for addiction recovery is a state licensed drug and Alcohol Treatment Project. We operate out of five separate locations here in south central Pennsylvania. I'm personally very passionate about this criminal justice work with chief Cunningham in the other police in this area because I myself I self was arrested and a m a felon. I spent nearly seven hundred days of my life in jail for drug related offenses and things related to my addiction and really really loves working with progressive people like Ed to to help other people avoid the struggles that I had to go through. Thank you for sharing that Christopher and <hes> ed if you could just tell us <hes> what attracted you to a career in law enforcement and what's your career your progression in Elizabethtown the whole time if you have you moved around a little bit now I actually I am a third generation police officer. My Dad and grandfather were both police officers and I got got my start. I worked a couple of small departments south of Pittsburgh part time until I finally in nineteen ninety five got hired full time by the city of Pittsburgh police and I had a wide range of experiences is working at twenty three years with Pittsburgh worked my way up I finally when I left Pittsburgh. My rank was lieutenant and I I saw the damage that was done by not drug abuse and drug use and and I saw that we were arrested in a lot of people for <hes> for small amounts of drugs and when what they really needed was help <hes> the problem was I just didn't have the resources to do anything about it. In Pittsburgh on January of last year I got hired as the chief of police here in Elizabethtown January eighteen and just through the the progression of doing my job I met Chris and we we came up with this really really interesting idea of trying to let the police be the gateway a to helping people who need help get help in my career I've done I've done some works. Some work in drug work some in crisis negotiation some in patrol so I've had a very widely varied career but this is one of the things that I've always been a purdy passionate about is trying to get people help who need the help. It's fantastic so what what community south of Pittsburgh I live south of Pittsburgh. I actually worked out in Hanover township in Washington County outwear. It's now I guess it was the Star Lake amphitheater. Oh yeah so I was one of. The officers that worked there worked real hard in the summertime and not at all in the winter not not much going on there in the winter. That's so I'm curious. So this program you guys met. Each Other was at Chris did did you did you approach editor. How did this come about that? I'm not a thousand percent sure <hes> I think maybe my office reached out to him as the new chief of police and we just wanted to talk a little bit about blueprints and what we do to help residents of Elizabethtown and really just introduce him than little. Did I know that Ed was a progressive police chief that really wanted to make an impact in people's lives and change the way things are done in Pennsylvania and he can talk a little bit more about the small meeting that turned into into this awesome program it started off as just a when I first got here I was trying to meet as many business owners as I could and with Chris being a business owner here in town we got it <unk> set up through a mutual acquaintance and just plan to have a fifteen minute meeting and we started talking and that fifteen minute meeting <hes> initially turned into about a three hour afternoon and that's where we really got the ball rolling for the second chance program Yeah I do remember Chris called me. This was probably before the program started. I was <hes> we have a mutual friend in DEL currency ran for U._S.. Senate and I remember Chris Talking about how excited he was about this program <hes> and just the potential of it before it even rolled out so <hes> I know that how long has has this been implemented fort like what's the what's the time was the kickoff date per se the official kickoff date was January first of this year we were actually doing some test cases through the end of November and into December and got a few people connected with the service as we were trying to work out the all of the details but the official launch was January first of this year and just to give some background on how it works so it's a a pre arrest diversion program for addicts so what types of cases what types of situations would this program and feel free. I should probably say whoever can best address the question just jump in because both address it. I mean this isn't directed to any one of you but how does that work on case by case basis good chief the things the things that we're looking at for pre arrests and pre arrest diversion is just one one portion of the overall program and Bay we look at the second chance <hes> when we were building in Chris and I were building at we took the best part of a number of different programs from around the country to put it together for something that we thought would be unique and really address all of the pro the problems that we saw that we were facing and and for a for a pre arrest diversion it would be something that's a small level <hes> a small amount of possession or paraphernalia charge or maybe something like Chris and I were just talking about about this earlier today. How a lot of times theft cases are really the the the addiction is the motivator behind theft case and so if we have a small theft a case that might be a that might be a candidate for for the pre arrest diversion <hes> basically it's? It's not it's summary cases very low level misdemeanors. Were obviously not going to be ignoring hiring felonies. Were not going to be ignoring anything violent <hes> when I'm saying felonies. I'm saying things that the criminal justice system says has to be addressed through an arrest. It's it's going to be the smaller ones the smaller cases that we would have the discretion at the magistrate's Office to knock down to a fine or something like that those are going to be the kind of cases that were that are the true pre arrest this diversion of some of the larger cases. We're not abandoning those people if a person comes to us it or if we come in contact with the person who needs the help but who is facing a more serious charge urge than the police officers go into more of an advocate role and we still make contact with the recovery specialist we still make contact and make a referral through the second chance program <hes> and we move into helping them get the help that they need once they've addressed the legal issues that have to be addressed but you know another big part of the program is that we've also turned the police stations into <hes> gateways into to safe places that a person can come and say <hes> you know excuse me but I need help. I can't do this anymore. I need help and if if they happen to have a little bit of paraphernalia on them or a small amount of drugs or something then that would be something that we're not going to arrest them for asking for help. That's great so so from there once <hes> so say some walks police station or say one of these arrests are is made or I guess before they're arrested. <hes> what happens then is blueprints contacted or how does how does that a play out. The officers can call and the officers have received training on how to do an initial assessment of you know. Is this person a good candidate for the second chance program and we have a phone number through blueprints for the <hes> the certified recovery specialists and there are several of them that Chris has on on call for us and we have a a number that we can call twenty four hours a day seven days a week anytime of the day and we have a commitment through the second chance program that someone you know a live person will answer the phone and we'll talk to us and and will if if it's appropriate will come out whatever time it is will come out to where we need them and begin the assessment <unk> process to get this person into help immediately and that's one one of the things that makes our program unique among all the other programs in the country that we were able to find is that we have the C._R._S.. Who will come to the scene of where we are and begin immediately working to get the person help C._R._S. stands for certified recovery specialists so that's somebody who has trained to meet a person where they are a person who is pre recovery to try to get them into recovery and certified by our loving overlords at the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania so Chris <hes> this this initiative second chance for P._A.? How's it how's it funded is it a part of blueprints is it a separate entity is is entirely separate entity from blueprints? I obviously am the C._E._O.. Theo blueprints the blueprints is in everything that I do <hes> but second chance Pierre is a completely separate initiative <hes> up until very recently it has been completely self funded by blueprints on myself personally <hes> we are very close to attaining nonprofit status with the great overlords federal government and at that point we will then shift to an entirely different structure where we have a board that includes several notable folks and chief hunting included <hes> and will then be able to begin fundraising and have it become its own self supporting entity and hopefully show everybody <hes> that private citizens can do a lot to help this epidemic excellent excellent so this went into effect several months ago. Can you give us any idea of what sort of impacts been made so far. Is there any anything you can share cheap. That's okay we've had today. We've had fifty six referrals. Mostly through the the three. The three partners in the very beginning were elizabethtown police North West regional police and Susquehanna Valley E._M._S.. We were the three who got in at the very beginning and we're slowly bringing in other police departments and other E._M._S. providers to to start making this program available to people where they need it <hes> we we actually have training scheduled for two other police departments coming up in the next month or two and I Chris and I both have meetings with several other chiefs to try to expand the program but at this point we've had fifty six referrals and we're doing pretty much anything that we can think of to get this help out to other people <hes> <hes> one of the things that that were were doing is that we got Chris Involved in coming to our D._U._i.. Checkpoints and we have a blueprints specialists recovery specialists. I'm sorry a second chance recovery very special list coming to all of our stationary checkpoints so if we find somebody at a d._U._i.. Checkpoint who needs who is suffering from addiction and needs help were able to get it for them immediately right there on the scene at the at the the stationary checkpoint and we have we have some very notable success stories are very first referral to the program. Actually we kicked off at what at noon Chris like at noon on January first and we got our first call at seven o'clock that night and it was a <hes> a woman who was suffering from alcohol addiction who was at risk of losing her nursing job and second chance was able to connect are with Rehab and with the services that she needs and she was able to WHO <hes> complete the beginning part of that and my understanding is. She's doing very well with beating that addiction. That's fantastic if I can add to that John Thank jumping that was actually before January first I that was before we had even officially launched at officers that we've done the training with encountered a wonderful lady passed out behind a dumpster and when she woke up from her alcohol induced stupor she got a little progressive with the officer thankfully that officer had been through our training and he understood a little bit about compassion in times of crisis and a little bit about the brain science of addiction and he had four thought to say hey. Let's call the cert recovery specialists and get her some help now now if she had gotten charged with attacking a police officer or public drunkenness or whatever it might have been might have been at risk of losing her nursing license and through this program our first case <hes> saved ladies nursing license saved her job or means of living and I'm assuming that without alcohol she's probably even a much better nurse than she was previously so just in case.

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Starlink Upsets Astronomers

SPACE NEWS POD

03:36 min | 1 year ago

Starlink Upsets Astronomers

"So SpaceX has launched sixty communication, satellite so far. And these communications satellites, startling basically super high speed internet. Via satellite and strana members aren't really happy with what speaks us SpaceX has done so far because they can see Starling satellites when they look up in the sky with their naked, is my, what am I friends actually saw them he was in? I think was in Maine. Some somewhere on the east coast. Can remember he was traveling but he looked up in the sky. And he, he didn't realize that it was star lake satellites. He was like, what the heck is at thing. What are all these UFO's in their all in a lion? You know, they look like a caravan of satellites. So if a normal person can see them, not really caring about the nice guy, you know, like you just kinda glanced up, and he saw them had explained to him, you know, like hey Starlink is up there. Now, these astronomers they're very worried that their views of the nice guy are going to be clear anymore, especially if SpaceX gets their twelve thousand. Starlink said lights up there. So the international astronomical union, which is a key ruling body. When it comes to the night sky, they've actually released a statement that basically said, I'm gonna break this down for is easiest possible. Basically, we can't see the things that we want to see because they're satellites in our way. There needs to be regulations around the said lights, so astronomers can continue to do their jobs because they don't want to be interrupted by satellites. Basically, if you're looking at an object deep sky object deep space object in the night sky, and you're photographing at you're taking measurements of it in a budget said, lights fling by that are visible, you can't do your work, and it's just it's not cool. I mean, it's cool to see satellites, right? It's cool to look up. And he c satellites flying by. That's neat. But astronomy is super important. So these people at the international astronomical union put out a press release and said we don't like it. Let's figure out a way to manage all of these satellites that'll be coming because there's not just a Starlink. Right. There's other companies out there that want to do this, too, and they see a prophet in the future. And there has to be regulations, international regulations that stop or, you know, figure out a way to mitigate the damage that these satellites are doing to the nice guy, and it's not only visible these said, lights use radio frequencies to transmit data back and forth, from the satellites to the ground. And also, there's radio astronomy, which could possibly use the same frequencies as these satellites. So they're really worried about that as well. And these said lights could interfere with something like we just got an image of the. First black hole. Right. The first image of the black hole, and that might not have been possible, if there were internet constellation of satellites up there, so. That's what they're really worried about. They're worried about not being up to discover new things because they're going to be interrupted by radio signals and also visually in the

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"star lake" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

10:07 min | 1 year ago

"star lake" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Us. I think he went to that. Great beats people, a voice town of this guy. I'm Rockin roller, but not that type of the who are coming to town. We're going to go see the who. Okay. So did you hear about what happened to Roger Daltry screaming at the front row people? Smokes. Wade blank. Messes with me through, and it causes me all sorts of problems as allergic to eighty seven. Okay. I feel like sorry Roger if you're going to still do rock concerts. And if you don't affect the smell of marijuana to filter up to your level, right? You should stop doing rock concerts. That was. I mean, that's how you make literally an announcement at the beginning of the show. I wonder if you don't do me a favor if you we gave out to the bathroom is this, the first time in, in the hundreds of concerts, he's done. Maybe thousands that somebody was sparked do are you there? The front row. I remember he did he came here once and I can't remember who the orchestra was was it, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, but some sort of an orchestra or fancy organization. We'll put Tommy toback him. Yes. And doing a medley of songs too, right? So I got a little late starts with a medley of who songs, and I start to go into this woman in a blue jackets, like, sir, you can't go into the song. I'm like, no, no, no, no. This isn't classical music, sir. You can't just burst in I'm like, it's not Roger Daltry is going to go. We won't get fooled again. Wait a minute. My train of thought has been thrown off guy, just burst in the back that I'm like this is rock and roll. It's not going to matter. She said, sir, this is Heinz hall. That's right. Not even rules hoop. Dee freakin do new rule opened the door. She finally opened the door because the medley was endless, I would have half the concert. Let me I, I saw him up into not Detroit. Cleveland recently with the Cleveland Symphony Orchestra doing the Tommy, did you? Yeah. When I see him on clips on television now I feel like it's done. I'm not going to pay money to see the who heard people, so excited about it. I love the Hutu can't hit the notes or even come anywhere jokes about it in the one time you hit this note, he tried like four times, and he was laughing. The people are laughing. It's not like he's sounds awful. It sounds awful awful. But what do we do? Then do do we listen to top forty come on. Get. No. I understand you gotta stick it out. I saw him I guess it was in the late nineties at star lake or whatever they were calling it then the bass play was still alive. John entwistle. And I'm exact Starkey gringos kid was on drums, and he sounded pretty good then. But that's the last time Jack still does. So does he drums? Yeah. And they didn't eat them at the at the civic of Reno. Maybe now. I think it was still hearing. A new place and I haven't been to the new place. Isn't it that new anymore? No, it's not even has its second name since it's been the new place. Yeah. Oh, that's right. Yeah. They had on. They had a huge screen up and they showed them. I can't think of his name, the former drummer, Keith moon. Keith moon playing drums along with Zach stark. Interesting. It was it was really cool. How he did it because he was Keith moon was phenomenal drummer. Well, he was a bit of a nut to some people thought he was a little sloppy. Muse classic. I never figured out how good was, but he was right for them. He was perfect. There's a great video of him passing out and falling off his stole in the middle of a concert. And of course he's laying there in a heap and, and, and me and my memory for names. Good heaven Townsend. Thank you, Pete. Townsend says does anybody play the drums? That's right. Wait a minute does anybody play the drums? Well. Came up and played with them. There's the rest of the. Yeah. I remember that they had to drag him off the state, and he also is the one. What was it like the smothers brothers show? Or, or one of those shows they used to do the variety shows where he set off like an M eighties in his drums. Oh, I didn't know that right in front of Townsend. And that's from Townsend lost part of his hearing because he's thing goes off. You know, it's like half a stick of dynamite. I saw him in the seventies and Chicago. I saw him in eighty nine in Tampa, and they still had all their powers. I mean, you know, Roger Daltrey thing, I remember that Starkey, of course, for our listeners aren't aware, is your son. Who who I remember that eighty nine concert for two reasons, I was had a slight buzz and I was walking with, like eight beers and ate. Hotdogs, I don't eight but as a bunch for the whole gang going really slowly trying to keep my footing the crowd, somebody going the opposite directions, max, my beer. So I kept walking. I took a hotdog smacked her with it right in the back of the head like from your, caring, eight beers, and presence of mind tip zero hotdog at and the other thing, I remember for that as these two guys behind me was started the fighting and I stood up and I was I was I was the peacemaker. Mike. Hey man had always work and they looked at each other. And then they didn't fight any more. I sat down. And then when I came down later, I realized what was I doing? I could have had my head bashed, but at that moment, I was just like we gotta be groovy man, I can enforce the groovy right here right now. I, I got lucky my friend of mine's dad, a friend of mine's father told us when we were kids never someday. You'll be in a bar. Nobody a fight breaking out. Don't try to break it up. You'll get beat up and arrested. I've, I think her wholeheartedly with that assessment of cons and whatnot, nothing's worse. I've been Steeler games for fights break out on my come on. It's a Steeler game. Guys watch the game. I knew the groovy was over when I think it was the late seventies. And there was a concert at, I think it was some Hof a race track near Chicago authors as track Gary, right? Yes. Oh, Leonard Skinner and Peter Frampton. But because they used to have those then everybody was trying to do mini Woodstock's. Right. You know, even a decade later, and I tripped over guy, Mike. Sorry, go it up for my people are like I don't care what your paper. Okay. The sixty seventies or officially over that is the time to be mean. Selfish. Punks again. Frampton is coming to town again. Is he? Yeah. Like Heinz Benetton center or something. Yeah. Yeah. Something I guess I did hear he was touring. I've seen Frampton twice at the civic arena, and then at Metropole, which is that was that barred on the strip district. Oh, yeah. I remember to drop attendance size from civic, green. It's a Metropole. I'm, I'm so glad have you seen the video of Mick Jagger since we're too old white guys talk rock and roll today on radio. The video of Mick Jagger doing dance moves just to get ready for the resumption of the tour. He looked valley. Look like Mick Jagger. Yeah. Right. I wanted to prove to people, I'm not dead because he had some serious, went heart surgery. Yeah. Yeah. But I'm annoyed that. Why isn't it coming back? Here I went to the Heinz field show. It was sold out. What, what what's wrong with Pittsburgh? Yeah. That was the last time I saw them to were you there too. I think we discussed. Yeah. Yeah. That was really good. They did well that night. It's amazing, isn't it? I was there early, and it was sort of fun. I back then when I was phone tearing for my daughter's high school band, and we ran a snack bar. So the money would go to the band. And so we got 'em really early to set up a snack bar, and all of a sudden, I hear mixing and we run out, and he was practicing with Penn State's choir. Would they sang? I was actually doing a remote for this radio station. My boss, Jim Gracie was there. And when I heard that them practicing it offensive I ran to the gate just to hear it because I didn't think I was going, and I'm like, oh, man. At least I got to hear that, that is pretty cool. And we were just up from him. I'm saying we're one hundred and fifty feet from the stage because we are on the side, and of course, nobody's there and they stopped at one point an ice cream. Hey, welcome back and I waved. Didn't. Yes, I did in your head. He did. I can scream pretty loud, and it was dead. Silence. In the state has that guy that used to it. Yeah. Single bullet fan. As why somebody yelling and interrupting rehearsal. Security republican. He's a guy. I saw him at Westview park back in the day. Your. I think I was living. That's a great story because they came to America long before they made it even marginally bake. No. I've read that many times. They were playing in a dance hall. Nobody cared. And Chuck Brinkman, who is the legendary picture was was charged with, as he said, in interviews, getting four dates for them. And of course, over the years probably four hundred women claimed over the four women who went out and make and Keith and the rest of the gang normally I wouldn't do this, but since he's retiring, it's probably, I hope it's allowable, the one time the legendary rock and roll DJ, Shaun McDowell who is retiring chapter in Russia in other capture and rock and roll history. That's I feel like the groovy is disappearing right before our eyes, the last remnants of groovy acidy, and he's not on, and he's not a guy who just shows up and turns records, he's doing research before he gets he has done the research by just like going to every concert ever. Stories about like this, that the same drummer who played here. Also played that and played twice in the same night at different venues. That's all right. Maybe we'll talk pirates for no apparent reason. Even though neither of us are experts, but both of us are fans. Yes. On the other side of the break, John mcintire. Robert, Ben, Gino also we'll have a golf update. It'll be exciting because I have no idea what it means. But I'll be reading stuff off of a screen because people do care, even though I'm ignorant. Now a leaderboard update from the PGA championship frontier by Gulf, specialties air pro heating and cooling might Camden Hyundai of Greensburg..

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"star lake" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"star lake" Discussed on KOMO

"Van Cise. Our editor we've had some calm since last dorm dumping several more inches of snow on us. But the smart money is on more snow and icy roads in the next few days. Good news from meteorologist j Aubrac at the national national weather is that the storm expected Monday night into Tuesday, probably won't lashes long as they I thought most of our tools right now are saying that the precipitation will start tapering off midday Tuesday, the big impacts are going to be Monday night Tuesday morning. It looks like right now about a twenty four hour period. No right now, they're saying that storm will a slightly warmer, which means possible freezing rain from Seattle south could leave to more ice and make your drive very dangerous. Now, speaking of driving whether or not the snow was falling road, maintenance, crews are going to keep scraping the ICES the next round of snowstorms comes in our next one. Yo here do. After noon. Jeremy Ferguson is the road maintenance manager for King County. His plow drivers working twelve hour shifts. Usually our trucks run for eight hours a day, but they're out there twenty four hours. So when we do have an equipment breakdown at getting right into the shop getting sick and getting back out on the road as soon as possible Ferguson saying he recommends you use today in the calm in the clearing skies to stock up and prepare for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, the incoming storms are going to significantly impact roads, no matter where you are. And after a couple of days cooped up in the house, you probably need to get out. So first responders wanna make sure you stay safe Puget Sound regional fire. Captain Kylo Hashi says iced over lakes and rivers often a dangerous scenario the ice thinner than you think. Once snow begins to fall, it's going to cover that ice and cover the shoreline, and it's going to be difficult for people to tell where the ground and where the ice and water begins. Best thing to do is simply stay away from that. And that includes your pets don't rely on just tossing a big rock out there on the lake thinking, oh, it's still floating or still there on the ice. It's not as thick as you'd think. We're hearing the green. Lakers already starting to freeze in Seattle bitter lake as well, we got a picture from lake Limerick. Darren Mason county, we're seeing ice cover star lake is also showing a sign of ice stay away from it, Ohio. She says make sure your car stocked up with everything you need if you have to stay in it for a while too, including a full tank of gas. So you can stay warm. You also recommends that you avoid driving places you might get stuck because they often see cars left abandoned, which creates more problems for everyone who comes after them stay away from those hills. Do not go beyond the road.

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"star lake" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"star lake" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"They are encouraging. Passengers. To tip their flight attendants. So flight attendants began accepting individual tips on January first. Now, they made tipping option three years ago. But until this year flight attendants, we're required to pool tips. What do you think about that? Let me know should you? Should you tip your flight attendant, should you have to now? These are the people that they take your order. They serve food. They serve you drinks. They come back. They they make sure you got everything you need, and they clean up after you. Is that the same as as a waiter or waitress? What do you think about that? Should you tip? Your flight attendant? We also have a this is this is really fascinating to me. A mysterious. Repeating fast radio bursts has been detected in space. What second time ever? This isn't a this is a study in the journal nature far outside the Milky Way. Galaxy something is causing repeating short bursts of radio waves, scientists have recorded it. It's only the second one that's been found to repeat. Sounds like that Amy Adams movie. So this is this is mysterious. We don't know what's going on. What are these bursts? Where do they come from? Are they advanced extraterrestrial civilizations has to be central creating them. So the first one was discovered in two thousand and fifteen and then last year, we found out about these this new one we found out these bursts release an enormous amount of energy. I saw you fall. I don't know if we have time to get into it. It's usually an hour with my psychiatrist you've got the UFO story. I do come on. So this was actually twenty years ago. This fall twenty years. Okay. Yeah. Western Minnesota where I grew up around parole around by dent near star lake beautiful night out fall, October ninety nine and now I didn't I didn't touch a drink of alcohol to twenty one. And I was so I was at the time. I was just about to turn eight don't just about to turn eighteen okay? So I just preface that by saying like there was nothing. You're sober as a judge. That's right. Yes. And so I was driving. This is after the homecoming dance, and I was dating a girl at the time in high school, and we were driving on country roads to bring her home. And I remember driving and I saw in the corner of my eye bright light, but I never looked up. But I remember in my mind saying that that seems. That that's that's a bright star. I just kept driving, and I imagine darkness around the country. Right. Yeah. There were there. Trees and lakes. But that's yeah. And all you could there's not a cloud in the sky. You could see what star? So I just remember being like as a beautiful fall night. And so we're driving. And I remember the light kept getting brighter and brighter in the corner of my eye. Now, I never looked up until Finally I it was so bright. I just glanced up along the treeline in. There was a UFO. That's the only way I can describe it because I've never seen anything like it since or before. But it's just like you picture it in those like old time movies saucer shape. Yes. With lights all the way around and it was moving like, unlike anything I'd ever seen. It was hovering right there above the tree line, and it was just hovering. And then all of a sudden it crossed over the road. It was on my upper right and crossed over the road, really slowly. And then there was an opening to our laughed where there was a lake and it went over the lake and then boom gone never seen anything move like that. That's spooky now my family, my family, they they question this story. They're not all in on the story. Okay. But I've never lied about anything in my life. Have you guys ever seen a UFO or something you just you don't know what it was you can't describe it? And you've never seen anything like it before. Or since. I have. Hey, it's. Next time as our show finished on Wednesday. The president walked out of a meeting with Pelosi Schumer and said it was a total waste of time. And then the partisan bickering continued Thursday, the president heads to the border does that mean, we're staring at the president declared a national emergency Orbach discuss. More back on the air jet. Harpen weekdays noon to three eight three. Oh. Many medicines used.

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"star lake" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

09:23 min | 2 years ago

"star lake" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Don, don't let your talion commodity because you know, why I love you so much. I feel like I'm home with the family. But and we're getting ready for the feast of the seven fishes, but this whole baby it's cold outside ridiculous. I absolutely love that song half since I was a kid, but your favorite top five Christmas songs. What are they white Christmas Bing Crosby by far? It will always be white Christmas. Oh my God. It's so hard to pick anything else. Because like I like I love so many of them. Definitely white Christmas is number one will always be number one. I'd have to put baby it's cold outside the top five. Always like that song pretty good. Now is that considered a Christmas song? I think it's considered a Christmas song silent night. I've always loved silent Knight by anyone pretty much by anyone. Bon jovi's version of I'll be home for Christmas or the eagles song. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I you know, I am. I actually were spinning was a DJ at a album oriented rock station where they played the big album cuts. Okay. And I just started in my career just got out of school broadcasting school. And I remember when that song Seventy-nine something like that it came up, and I remember putting the needle down on this song. And it was a Christmas song from the eagles who absolutely love Glenn fried. The Joe Walsh, Don Henley, and Glenn fry shadow say no longer with. When I went I'm gonna play this. And it was like what an incredible Christmas song. But never did. I think until about two years after that. Then I started to realize this tank going to be around for generations. Do you realize Dobie children that weren't even around and great great grandchildren of when that song came out going to be listening to that song share and the eagles were in Pittsburgh, not long ago? Yes. One of my co workers went and I'm like who is singing, and she goes, oh my God. You know, Google, Glenn fry, son. They say is like many me that looks like him and has the same guitar talent. He had and voice and he has stepped in for his dad. I've often said Glen fry really was underrated. It crushed me. When he saw the Mets, I still call. It star lake. I saw him at star lake or what is it? Now. It's the amphitheater. No. I came colon roadhouse. What it's called now. No. Yeah. But I still call it star lake and oh my goodness. Bank pavilion. Yeah, they were amazing in concert amazing contract. They sound exactly on a record is they do live, which a lot of groups. Don't boys of summer with Don Henley. What an amazing voice to you know, just I I love him. But anyway, let me just throw a couple out at you. I still love Madonna's Santa baby. I think. Oh, yeah. I didn't think of that kind of Miley. Cyrus did a little takeoff on it. Jimmy Fallon kind of a role reversal of someone who didn't want diamonds and just wanted to Santa for San as opposed to cash it in and all the goods great song. That's been done many times, but Elvis Presley if every day were like Christmas written by former bodyguard, red west absolutely loved that merry Christmas, baby. Santa Claus coming to town. Bruce, Springsteen Sinatra have a Holly jolly, Christmas mistletoe and Holly. I mean, there's so many. But I do believe that you, and I grew up in the era when the old standards were done by the standards of the time Crosby, Peggy Lee, Rosemary, Clooney, Andy Williams. I mean, just incredible talent Mike coworker was listening to music on her phone yesterday. And I can't remember the song. But it was by, gene. Autry Rudolph Christmas song. And I said I always loved that song. And she said, you know, that's, gene. Autry, I'm like, I didn't know that was, gene. Autry, one of the biggest Johnny Mercer dri. One of the biggest selling term. I said, no, I didn't realize that. Anyway. To get back to my point. We're talking about Elvis Graceland. They're doing all sorts of renovations. And I see so many people that travel there via Facebook, what have you YouTube doing all sorts of things? How is it? It's been since one thousand nine hundred seventy seven at this, man. And I know why because he was just such a huge talent. Now of the latest some of his Christmas song blue Christmas being you know. Riche apple he's got music re Chappel the Royal Philharmonic. Just I mean, an endless talent. But why do you think Graceland Elvis still captivates people enough that they're gonna call triple h you don't want Elvis's birthdays coming up January the eighth I wanna go. What is it about Graceland? I don't know. I mean, people, you know, still the excitement is he's the modern day, you know, king of every music genre. I mean, people are like, oh I woke up to this person look up that person. He may be you know, in heaven for many many years, but people still want to go places he was at you know, they want to go to his home. I mean, my all time favorite of anything of Elvis is Viva Las Vegas. Yeah. Him and Ann Margaret I could watch that movie every day. There's just something about that movie. That just well, you have to believe that that also because it was just about the time, the rat pack had peaked you have to believe that that actually helped Vegas tourism. Yes, it did. Oh, yes. It did. And there's just something his movies there. Nobody got killed in the movie. There was never any like really horrible negativity in the movie, you know, they always had something that was uplifting. And then when the music, you know, you want to sing along with it, it it really was a simpler time tell you after those thirty plus movies. He didn't record he didn't perform live from like sixty two like sixty eight but it was fifty years ago this month that he did that, you know, comeback special on NBC, and he kind of launched a whole nother career. I it's just amazing. But if you are ever in the mood or thinking about your fan of Elvis, and you wanna go to Graceland. I know that they can put it together a triple a central. What about holiday say, right? Now, somebody has no plans they have no family, but they just want to get out of town for a couple of days. Can they pick up the phone right now? One eight hundred three five four seven six one and say just send me anywhere you pick it within reason and get on a plane. I know people that are actually going to shout Carolina Charleston, South Carolina, leaving the twenty eighth, but that's probably been booked well in advance. But is there any last second deal, you can do or is it too too much volume right now that you can't get it done right now, in my opinion too much volume. I mean, you know, if you wanted to go, even if you said, I want to go to Chicago and visit family, and I want to walk around, you know, downtown go to the water tower and go shopping he might get a flight to Chicago. And I don't mean any disrespect to Chicago. It's a fabulous city. But if you said, I wanna go somewhere warmer, you know, we don't have a lot of nonstop flights out of Pittsburgh. So you've got to connect through a lot of cities to get to where you wanna go and those connections cities, go worldwide. So it's it would be difficult. At this point to get flights. What you can get most likely is going to be very premium and pricing. So if you know, you husband wife, two children, and you want to fly to Florida, you know, it could be easily six eight hundred dollars a person and typically that's more than what people are going to want to spend, you know, for a trip away, you know, a lot of this. It's those day things right now, you can go down to Ogilby and have, you know, lunch at a restaurant either nearby or try to get a reservation of the NFL dining room and go and drive through with the light. That is one of my favorite things ever to do is drive through at night through the lights. I mean, they've got hundreds of thousands of lights. It's absolutely beautiful. Let me give you a little tip. If you can't get to obey Clinton, Pennsylvania started many years ago by the folks Clinton, and my friend, the late Sonny jonoski was a big part of it. They have for ten bucks a car load one of the most just adjacent to the airport. I didn't know that listen, Debbie. It's unbelievable. But then did you now skis, you know, far market? And my mother used to love to go to the restaurant and still that's one of the best kept secrets around that restaurant. Anyway. And by the way, I remember Sonny his favorite some of his favorite trips. He'd go to Atlantic City. He loved Atlantic City, and he talked to me about going to Atlantic City Vegas. And when we come back, we're going to talk about some other destinations because it's about travel plans as far as two thousand nineteen but I promise when we get back a making your wait for this. Because it's worth the wait three nights Caribbean. Mexico vacations. Montego Bay Jamaica Puna Konta Dominican Republic and Riviera Maya Mexico. We're going to tell you all about it with Debbie when we get back. So stay with us. And also, we have a Royal Caribbean. Cruise of the week next hour urban capital group, folks, you're not gonna wanna miss what they're doing in the real estate industry something that makes sense for everyone home buyers of Pittsburgh dot com. Check them out and then stress how do you deal with it hard this time of year get well, naturally, Dr Joseph hahnemann, and then Chris heck president CEO the Pittsburgh airport chamber is going to be Rogers guest. Do you realize in that airport corridor twenty nine billion dollars worth of business a year? Incredible. And I gotta believe the airport is the heartbeat. Russia's going to talk to him and the two o'clock hour stay with us. Oh, that's phone. Drives me crazy excuse me. Sprint turned from sprint. Chairman. 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"star lake" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"star lake" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"But at the same time, star lake. As much as you like even playing that you've been like a really effective person that's game. You haven't really done Jack. So for you to try and maneuver your way off the block after being put up on the block because you're so expendable. It's sort of sad to watch. You're not gonna get what you want. But I mean, I commend her because said when Devi nineteen has been horrible, go on the block in except their face with at least at the very least seems to be trying to get off the bus or get the votes. Yeah, it's very much like like she is a fan of the show, right? So like so she she thinks, oh, well people you're supposed to try. And so she's like trying, but she's not. She doesn't understand how the game works. She's still he's still doesn't understand how the game works where it's like. She's never tried to make actual personal connections and relationships with people outside of her own group. And the only people that she has are people like Scotty and Brett who have come to her and formed relationships with her, but she does not branch out and like, so she thinks like playing the game and trying to stay is going up to people making pitchers because that's what she sees on the edit of the show. And she, I don't think she realizes that like, no, this game is about relationships and, and you know, like actually like sure. She is better than the big brother nineteen people who did not campaign, but she still has no concept of. This game is right. I mean, you guys gave her a one last night on the round table and she's the first person this season to get a one that's completely deserved at this point. She she's just been not sleeping through the first half of the game, but just not playing it. And you know, it goes without saying that she just she hasn't made anything happened. She's I don't know if someone said this yesterday or on Twitter, that someone was saying that she's just she hasn't been a part of the season. Like if you take away her role in every single thing that's happened, her votes. If you take away her her role like playing in the competition's like she has had zero effect on this entire season. And that's like, that's just insane. Like like the whole fact that she hasn't cast a single vote, the correct way once and she's about to be a victim without having cast a vote. The correct way is just insane to me. So now that she's having all these conversations with with j. c. n. with Brett and whoever she's talking to, it's like, you haven't talked to me at once in the first entire half of this game. And now you're coming to me with this edge like, okay, I'll listen to you. And then as soon as you walk away jaycees you know talking and he's like, how am I supposed to believe this girl? Like, what am I supposed to do with this? This is really nothing that I can work with. Yes, Tyler is going to do some jury management here with rockstar. Of course like this. I wish this wasn't happening. I wish it wasn't. You is nothing to do with you. Your great person. I loved you. Your great mother, your you bang pots and pans really. Well. You have great songs about micro penises and basically just, you know. Tyler, doing actual jury management as opposed to his allies, which we'll talk about it just a bit who are going to be doing the opposite here with rockstar rockstar not going to be happy when she leaves on onto tomorrow night. Waas more of that. Most collectively decided that like the entire group of them are not going to get her jury vote, which I guess if all of them decide that at the same time that they're just going to all be awful to her on the way out or not awful, awful. They're not gonna give her any kind of care on her way out. Then it's like, all right. Well, if we're all like this, then what's the difference in? I mean, Angela hasn't expressed once that she's worried about jury votes. We saw Brad goodbye message last week. So like I think he cares more than he's actually showing us. But yeah, they're all just like, all right..

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"star lake" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"star lake" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Jimmy buffett was last night it's an annual summer festival there people and i know this for a fact god love him that schedule their bake asian around jimmy buffett and i'm not gonna make fun of that i had friends growing up at scheduled their bay cation around the grateful dead but a lot of those people were unhappy last night because apparently there was a snafu to the tune of hundreds and hundreds of people not being able to get in and i said earlier if you were there i'm gonna end you can complaining ingram and get your money back but it's a concert story that you can share later is this the keith keith at pre sheets you calling you were at the buffet show last night correct i was ben perritt head for over forty years i've seen jimmy many many many times many times at what i still consider star lake eddie sure last night last night was the worst and i can't figure it out because it's not the first time live nation has ever done it why are we talking about bar they are they reading virtual tickets off of your phone are they tearing tickets where did where did the flow stop the security check in you got an empty your pockets you have to take everything out you gotta put your hands above above your heads and walk through one of those screening machines okay have your stuff on the other side and ben go to another set where they actually scan your ticket that wasn't a problem maybe was all the security checkpoints now imagine if i'm going to try and paint the way you've already you've already walked through and done the hokey pokey and now you're getting to a different security checkpoint no it's not the scared i'm sorry i have misled you here first there's the security checkpoint once you clear that and that's where the logjam was okay what's that once you once you clear that once you clear that then you go get your tickets scandal that wasn't much of an issue okay logjam was the security checkpoints so now i'm gonna paint this picture okay at the main gate which is called the west gate there are three sets of stairs and imagine those stairs are three highways and each of them have three or four lanes and they all merge into one giant wave and that's what you had and you.

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"star lake" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"star lake" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Live together for a year and a half no sorry let me get it for a year and then got married in nine hundred seventy three and then had their only child matthew who was born in nineteen seventy five we are distinct think about some dude only two years older than me how he's a son aguirre ridgway hope he changes his name oh we didn't keep his dad's name that'll be a curse now gary and marsha also did a fair amount of outdoor in car saxon all right ridgway introduced wins though to his favourite south county south king county haunts for outdoor incar trysts back roads would it dead ends and mabel valley in applaud north bend obscure untended turnouts along highway eighteen dude have some various pacific sexual needs man they knocked it out and shady spots near star lake along the banks of the green river is wife said he specifically liked having sex outdoors and you know combined with dabbling in bondage and very specifically he liked to sneak up on her from behind the trees and on at least one occasion he tried to choke her using a police like hold she years later told invest gators every pretty disturbing to me man everybody has their different little fantasies but if i was a woman in some dude was that i was dating was like hey do you wanna you wanna roll play and i was like yeah no sure sounds fun what do you want to do like a catholic school role you know you're the professor students and then he was like i wanna head into the woods and i want you to pretend that you're lost and afraid i'm gonna stick up from behind some bushes and i'm gonna fucking choky down i'm rousey to the ground and and fuck you like an animal i'd be like you know what on second thought how about instead of role playing i call the police and you get the hell out of here and are never allowed to come within a hundred yards me again.

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