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"steve white" Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast
"On this episode of the jeff does vegas podcast. I still think there's value in vegas. I'm not drinks are expensive. They're expensive shows food meals. Make sense it but you can't do it on a budget. Well i just think it's a wonderful wonderful place in spanish. Its name means the meadows. You might know it. As the entertainment capital the world lost wages or simply sin city. Of course talking about fabulous. Las vegas nevada on average forty. Two million people. Visit las vegas every year. And i'm one of them. I love this city. The sights the sounds the shows the people the history. I wanna share all of it with you taking you to the world famous vegas strip and beyond my name is jeff and this is the jeff does vegas podcast there and welcome to episode number eighty three of the jeff does vegas podcast before we get rolling this episode of the show. I want to thank my guest from the last episode. Danny elizabeth a legit vegas showgirl. Who's appeared in the legendary show jubilee and is currently one of the performers and host of the show crazy girls at planet hollywood. We talked about her past dancing. Experience training with a world renowned broadway dancer and choreographer and her road to landing her very first biggest gig. If you haven't had a chance to listen as of yet. Jump into the archives. Where ever you get your podcasts and search out episode number eighty two my special guest danny elizabeth or head to the website at jeff does vegas dot com all right here we go onto the show. It's always fun having other vegas fanatics on the show and my guest for this episode of the podcast definitely falls into that category. Joining me this time around. All the way from across the pond is steve white better known on twitter as las vegas. Uk if you've ever listened to these or cast podcast presented by travels orc. You'll be familiar with steve. He's the british half of the show and is extremely well-versed in all things las vegas stephen. I had an awesome conversation chatting about everything from our predictions. Potential changes coming to las vegas to our very first vegas trips. The mistakes we made and what we've learned from them to the rather unique vegas guide that he's currently in the process of writing and being that steve is in the uk and on full on lockdown. And i'm in canada with extremely strict quarantine measures in place. We thought it might be worth having a discussion about travel restrictions and.
"steve white" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Farrow off today. Tom Washington drama mounting. We've got eight days left over eight days of drama filled action in Washington, D C. We've been talking about how nothing matters it matters. People are just looking at money, more of it from Washington, looking for more of it, and also the headlines coming out. This is a Washington waking up. We welcome you on radio and TV across This nation, the secretary of state massive controversy yesterday over Yemen real outrage I'm told across both parties on the hill today. Mr Pompeo commenting. Those who participated in capital attacks are criminals. Secretary goes on to say history or reflect on quote. Good work. The Trump Administration did so some of the beginning headlines of an historic Tuesday morning Lisa to the markets, and I know we're gonna get through this and Steve Whiting in a minute to me, Lisa the major message if you can bring it up. Abroad on that Bring it up right now. The four day 10 year chart just simply shows yield up and price down. Yeah, this idea that people are explained, expressing their reflation trades in that yield curve that steeping in that 10 year yield. That's the highest since March. 2020. But really, actually, what Michael Collins said. Which is? How much more room does this have to go at what 0.2 people start seeing Bonds is cheap relative to growth expectations, Tom No, no question about it again. I would note secondarily Lisa comment on oil up. I mean, Jeff Curry of Goldman Sachs looks smart at Morris working with Steve Whiting and Citigroup talking $60 a barrel. We may get there by Romain Bostic Show this afternoon which you're gonna plug because he is doing us a solid I will say I do. I find it interesting. What? Mark McCormick of TD securities today, Which is that the more belt mobility data is tracking the vaccination schedules as vaccines get distributed more quickly in certain nations. You're seeing people move around more, and this is positive for oil. It is positive for growth, and that is what he is tracking to determine which nations have an edge when it comes to their currency and their economies. Tom. Welcome to all of you. I'll give you the statistic that I saw yesterday, folks Good morning to San Francisco on Bloomberg radio, and they're early. Morning. It was the difference between mask wearing Lisa and San Francisco versus mass query in Los Angeles. Huge difference. And you just go. Why? I mean, what is the cultural imperative that gets you to that? Yeah, well, we see that all over right? And why is there a cultural difference in something that seems more medical than it is just a matter of opinion on this historic Tuesday will try to stay on the markets but again, looking for political headlines as well. Steven Wieting Is with that, Morris. It's Citigroup sitting your private bank and he joins us this morning. Steven Wieting, do you readjust your 2021 view with the tumult of the 1st 12 days of this year? We don't Not because of political shocks like this. I think when we look back at history, we confined 20 events all the way back and including World War two. Really qualify his political or geopolitical shocks. Only two of them really turned the direction of the world economy, and this is one that I would doubt is going to turn the direction of the world upon and for all those that didn't Effects in financial markets weren't felt for more than 90 days. See the one you didn't come in on that Morse an oil to 60 as well. You've got frontline commodity work filtering into Citigroup Private bank. How do you filter in the work of Edward Morse? Remarkably, because it's across asset classes. It's powerful when we understand what's going on in the oil market. In particular more than other commodities, but certainly in commodities like copper and iron or These might have directly relatively small shares of economic activity, but the sensitivities to credit Movements and currencies. The read through the broader acid allocation. It's been really powerful. So it's been a fantastic contributor to our work in terms of broad arrested allocation, even beyond commodities. So what you're saying is that you by the reflection trade? Is that what you're saying? Why'd you because I believe in the vaccine. On and we see already with just three producers, probably five billion vaccine doses will be distributed over the course of 2021. That's not the end. The vaccine pipeline. And you can hear it from the Federal Reserve. If you don't want to believe me, that the course of the virus the pandemic and the vaccines will really determine the course of the future economy. This has been in external exogenous shock. We were came into this event relatively healthy, with low inflation rates, no booms in any industries. This virus knocked us down incredibly deeply. It's treat every asset price in the world on it when it leaves. It will change every ISIS asset pricing the world on there's a lot of the economy that can still be restored. In later in 2021 22, a zit reports, all right, so in the near term, how are you looking at the vaccinations in order to determine your investing pieces were speak with Mark McCormack about how he's tracking which nations are doing the best job of getting vaccines into our arms. Are you doing the same to determine where in the world to invest? Well, it's no surprise, for example, that throughout Asia, the pervasiveness of the virus has been lowered. Maybe it's the experience with stars, for example, very, very high compliance with mask wearing I just had a different economic impact there. I just think that we are very early on in terms of the vaccination. I mean, it is fairly miraculous that we have effective accidents at the levels. What we're seeing. Right? Epidemiologists expected 60 to 70% efficacy. You know, a little bit closer to flu vaccines on here We are with some of these well above 90%. The rollout may be slow, but I think this is a little bit like sand in this eve, right? It'll move faster as we as we go forward, Steve waiting quibbling about a couple of months is not something that I'm going to do with acid allocation. She writing Ben later over Tower Hudson. Very courageously. He's been dead on and optimism on the equity markets. Calls for three years of double digit return, he says. There's a knot certitude but the likelihood of that you want I have lived in the certitude of single digit returns. Is that where we finally are? Look, we're not expecting returns. His robust is 2020 on headline, especially for US equities, where we had a lot of defensive equities and technology sector. They provided the solutions to the covert economy. Their evaluations were driven up by falling interest rates right, so is more than the door ability their earnings. There's that evaluation, so we're not expecting to be strong is last year's 19% return for US equities. But there's a lot around the world right now, where 85% of our equity Overweight is outside the United States where we've seen some pockets of the world lead badly behind. Now when we think back to 2009, where conditions perfectly lost jobs, the entirety of 2009. That was a 35% gain right for global Blackwood using that here less for the United States more for the rest of the world. People thought the Expansion was over that we priced in recovery. It's now time you know the way for the next crisis when then went on for 10 years in which we had a 180% game. In global equities kings and nine out of 11 years. And what was the returning cash over there? Find 6% Daniels? Yeah. Steve. What's the distinction of the Citigroup view on markets and 2021? Given? What you've laid out is very much we're hearing for most people in the show..
"steve white" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"803 995446. That's 803 995446. You're on night side with Dan Ray Until you BZ Boston's news radio back to the calls we go. Let's go to Ken in Florida can next. A nice actor right ahead. Began the voice of reason. I'm a how you doing? I'm doing great hope it's a little warmer in Florida tonight than it is here in New England. You know what heat on in a CIA on and off all day. It's crazy down here, 70, But you get your cold money. That's good, actually good sleeping weather, which what's your reaction to the craziness of the last few days of the last few weeks in the last few months? I'm gonna take a big, deep breath. Had a sip of my find Jameson whiskey and my friends up in Vermont. Steve White in the sun or listening to anyone to say, I sure don Harrison. Okay again? Yep. And Steve White. So I want to say first of all, uh, I think The vice president, Mike Pence, deserves the The Nobel Peace Prize, the profiles in Courage Award. Oh, yeah. The Kennedys. Oh, yeah, well, this line him up terrible, but I'm right in there. I think it defines what President Kennedy's book profiles in. Courage was all about. I think they actually if they're smart, they would consider him. And Trump threw him under the bus. I thought that was Just disgusting. You know, working at home, isolating welcome home, and I had the news off and I came in the kitchen with the news on and always absolutely appalled. So all I can say is I just want to Echo the sentiments of Lindsey Graham. Great senator from Mama. So, Caroline. He said, Listen, we had a good ride. No, I've been a Trump supporter told you numerous times. I don't like the man. There's nothing really here is no redeemable characteristics and support him. No one of his policies and you know you I've gone through all the nonsense with him. A splinter group said I'm out Come out. I mean what he did today, and you were part of it. Jones. There was it. It was. There's a transcript online that the chance to read it. But it's two way way too little weight way to aging. It's just distant, you know? Well, I played it at the top of the show can and again. I My feeling was that should have been his statement maybe two months ago at this point that once it became apparent that the alleged Hannah right to challenge the voting and some of these states, but I don't know. Once once you lose 20 battles in court, 30 what? At? What Point do you say? Hey, um It's just not in the cards, e thought, you know, I have so many friends that they hate me. And now unfriended me. We thought he could show Don't of class. And what he did yesterday to incite that crowd. Was just it was inexcusable. And when we're not even talking about the lack of security, that's not his responsibility. What? What he did to incite That crowd was just he can say Make any comments now, Nate speech, But the damage has been done to him permanently. Is he trying to protect his brand? Or his chances for 2024, because that's out the window. I think it definitely is. I said earlier to you. I think he basically Metaphorically, doused him himself with gasoline or doused his political future with gasoline and lit himself his family because they're just a sad as he is, who got to him. Well, he said he did surround himself with a lot of sync, authentic characters on D. He's surrounded himself with a with a lot of people who weren't capable to do their job. Um, he was he was a horrible Uh, hey, made horrible choices in terms of the people and of affect the most loyal people with the people who left him early, um including and Bob are left him late and today. Um Bob Barr was did not pull, pull any punches. Um, he called Trump's actions yesterday, a betrayal of his office. How many books they're going to be written about this presidency. Do you think lots and they will sell a lot of they will sell a lot of books. Simple is that Hey, can I gotta run? I got full lines. Great to hear your voice is always Thanks for checking in with us this afternoon to talk to Ken. Well, being consumed by your bet you let's see anxieties. Now. There's I eat in Linz, I we missed you before. Let's hope you there now go right ahead side. I'm here. That's what about Welcome back 15 years. Same to you, sir. What's your take on all of this? Me. I am very very. I was upset, my friend. I saw this happen yesterday, capital of the United States. And I am super present, but one I saw yesterday and then the president. He didn't con darling. Anything and then she so still supporting his stealing. You still like tragic dividing us? Asked Condemning that is no right way And then she's destroyed the Republican Party on reality. Is just through his losses, right? I mean enough. You know this United States history is not like Today and tomorrow. The history all people of the wars. They're watching a new it. And then 44 wisdom passed by before Colonel Tom Mr President Donald Trump. But we will support him but his destroy all these things. Is that everything? Yeah, well, I'll tell you this. I think that eventually the Republicans will pull themselves together. Let's see how the other Biden Harris team does. I have something that I have to think. Yep. My first thing is I want to Republican party. We need a good leader. I want Oh, government. Much decision shall be beggar Recon when being praised on lecture 2024. And then the second thing I need toe like Terrence Party. They try to run. Find something good other energy because two bodies sometime is horrible. You know you don't need it. I got to tell you something. If you want a third party is if you split either the Democratic Party of the Republican Party in America. All you will do will be assured. The party that stays together will be elected forever. Trust me on that. If you split the Democratic Party, the Republican Party would would win every election. If you split the Republican Party, the Democratic Party would win every election. But I want my government want to put those on next 2024. All right, friend. Thank you. Thank you. So you talk to you soon. Let me go to Pam up in Nashua, New Hampshire, Pam. Thanks for checking in. Welcome. How are you tonight? Hey, Dan. Happy New Year. Happy New Year to YouTube Way to start the new year. Listen, I respect you a lot. And and your opinion. Um, And you're a very intelligent man. So I appreciate that as well. Not immediately. Thank you for coming. Go ahead. Go ahead. I wanted to say that I watched everything that happened. Starting I was watching all night the the Democratic race in Georgia. So I started watching television than and waited to the the hours of the morning to see the results. So I started watching television then and didn't stop because of what happened. Um, the terrorists on our capital there. So that that was obviously a very disturbing to everyone. I have not been a trump supporter. I don't believe that He's a moral character. But I do believe in our government and I do believe Republican Party is Democratic Party will will survive this. However, I wanted to mention you get that A lot of Democrats did not acknowledge Trump tents. Mean Pence in his actions yesterday to let you know that during the when they when Congress reconvenes to sort big electoral colleges and register them, every single Democrat that talked. The first thing, they said, was how much they admired and appreciated pence. Well, that's good that that's good to hear on. And if I miss that I would have liked to have heard something today from from from the President elect, I would have liked to have heard something from the vice president elect. Because I think they are the titular heads of that party and I think that what vice President Pence did took some political and moral courage. Okay, so that that was the one thing and I agree with you, but the other thing was, I would have slowed to hear Marco Rubio and Lindsey Graham. Finally get back to themselves and realize what they have been supporting and enabling with Donald Trump. Did you hear them speak last night at the when the Congress reconvened? Yes. Well, I heard Extras of it didn't hear it live because obviously I was on the air last night. Um, but I.
"steve white" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
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"steve white" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"But that's a different amazon. So you upload everything and then what happens is it the this is important to. You're uploading it as a paperback and as a e book download a kindle electronic version. So you load loaded up. And then they review it. Whoever this lodge woman is It takes about twenty four hours. The latronic version is available on amazon. It takes about two to three days before the paperback version is available. So once they're on there and we're also you're creating how much you want to charge for the book right so once. Everything is up on amazon and live. I let my clients though. Hey you're published. You're up there then. What i do for my clients Is i tracked as sales. You know how many books they sell. Hamady e books. They sell how much they're going to get paid by amazon pert. E-book sold and per paperback book sold now. They also have the option. Once i upload jordan amazon tells me how much it will cost you to buy your own book. That's called the author copies authors copy of this copy and that usually it's based on the number of pages. Well the the bottom line is folks of for me anyway. I feel very comfortable knowing that. There's somebody who's handling all of that. I had enough trouble just coming up with the words but It's really an amazingly streamlined and very economical process for young struggling writers. Like myself. because you don't have to have ten thousand copies sitting in a warehouse somewhere that you've already paid for absolutely and there's no limit you can order one author copy up to nine hundred ninety nine at a time And i just tell people don't order. Let's go get stuck in a warehouse. Well what i've done is been sending them out to people. I mentioned in the book and friends and you know really special people signing the books and it's been great fun but i really think the process is what i wanted to highlight the fact that steve has been one of these guys who just johnny on the spot..
"steve white" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"I could write for myself. I can write for other people. I wanna talk about the work you do for others. I and then i really wanna focus on how you write your pieces for yourself and one recent book that i just read and reviewed is really fun. It's a what if thriller has to do with hitler. And the rise of nazism in america. It's really great but let's get back to the To the process. I know that it's a little for depending on the individual but if there's a skeleton key to unlocking the the process what would it be. How do you work with people. In general well. I work with people in a number of ways jordan. Some people might have already written something. But they don't have it edited. They don't have it formatted. They're they're missing the part. That makes it a book other people. Have they know what they want to say but they have no idea how to say for those people. I will actually interview them. I'll eat view them on the phone or video record the video. I'll have transcribed. And then i'll write what was said. And then they get to edit it. You know like you did well. That's what happened with me right and it makes so much sense and here i am mr interview. I've done thousands of them. And i i had no real starting place you've got me going with the chronological interview and we over several weeks and it was very effective. Well the whole thing starts with an outline. I mean for you jordan. It was easy because we could do a chronologically You know we start with the early is and we work our way up until till the elderly years so the elderly years we i think you and i found that it was easier to go chapter by chapter In almost chronological order. We jumped around a little bit but for the radio stuff. We definitely went in chronological order. It's a basic tale of me and one radio market all my life jumping from job to job and meeting people along the way but Here's my situation. I've always been a a creative person. I love to write. I can write commercials. I can write. Essays edited even articles occasionally but the idea of writing a book even assert book although this one turns out to be about two hundred fifty beta. It's been book Even that was so daunting it felt unreachable to me and you made it much more reachable. Well you know. The the thing is people don't write anymore. I mean we live on what four hundred characters and a twitter instagram. But the problem. That i did see with a lot of people. Ready for industry books Is they're experts at what they do but they try to write something. That sounds like a brochure. You know the writing on the side to their industry where there should be writing to the people who want to use their services. But you know. I think what made you book so excellent Was that we made it..
"steve white" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"He's also working with folks like me on family stories on memoirs historical fiction. Not to mention steve's own novels and nonfiction he's a one man gang handling all of the details allowing me and others to bring forth the book something in the past. That wasn't nearly as possible. So i'm thrilled to welcome ascribe and a publisher and someone i call a friend steve. Why joins us online. I'm sitting down with the man who helped me write my first and only book. Maybe not my last book. But by i only one stephen white welcome sir. Good to see a jordan. Well i saw a lot of you in about a year's time more than i've ever imagine more than you probably want it to. We'll talk about the process. My book is called on air. My fifth year love affair with radio and thanks for helping me with the title as well and everything else it was it was it was a pleasure jordan and on the podcast here We'll do a special edition. So i can talk more fully about it. But what an amazing process. And i learned a lot and i was really impressed with how you work before we get to me. And what you did for me in general How do you catalog. what it is you do. You're you're more than just a writer. Well what i did was. I created my own publishing company so to speak Recently it's becoming Very advantageous for people to Published their own books and get them up on amazon And it's not as hot as people think jordan it's it's You know everybody has a book in them. Whether it's a book about you know law or a book about your family and before people used to be worried. Oh i have to write it now. I have to get an age. I have to send it to a publishing company. I gotta wait a year. But everything is easier now and I've just been able to streamline the process where i could help anyone write the book that wanna right get it up on amazon and then help them promote it if they would like who are some of your clients besides me well..
"steve white" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Kelly will be sworn in as Arizona's new This U. S senator today. Senior Senator Kirsten Cinema, also a Democrat, tells Katie Briers gave us and Chad she spoke to Kelly earlier this week. I'm looking forward to having a very productive relationship where we get a lot of stuff done for Arizona. Kelly swearing in ceremony is scheduled for noon. Today. He defeated Martha McSally in last month's special election for the late John McCain seat. Kelly will have to run again in two years. The last two years Senator make Sally has held a seat formerly occupied by our dear friend John McCain's Senate Majority leader, Mitch McConnell, with some parting words for Martha McSally on her final day in the Senate, it's only fitting that our maverick was followed by a fellow veteran and pilot. His approach her service to the people of Arizona with such unabashed pride make Sally took office in January. 2019 after being appointed by Governor Do C to fill McCain state The voters spoke now. Recreational marijuana is legal in Arizona. But where can you buy it? Existing medical dispensaries will be the only one selling recreational E CEO of Harvest Health and Recreation. A multi state cannabis operator based in Arizona. Steve White says it's designed to keep the black market out of the game using the existing infrastructure for the medical program allow us to see sales in the state of Arizona faster than any other state in the country, with the gradual rollout intended white estimates about 120 dispensaries in Arizona. Selling by April. No pun intended, it will grow over time. You'll see roughly the same number of recreational selling dispensaries as you will talk about Sally Ventnor, Katya our news, Katya, our eyes on education. The Arizona Progress meter, said various education goals for Arizona to reach by 2030. It's still too early to know how the pandemic impacted. Some of those like Third grade reading and eighth grade math since there was no statewide testing last school year. I really do think starting this year we're going to get a sense of where we're resetting based on the impacts of the pandemic. Christine Thompson would expect more. Arizona, which came up with the progress meter is concerned about this year's high school graduation rates and college enrollment. And she also worries that achievement gaps will ryden A T A r news time coming up on 7 37. Thanks, Jamie. Let's get back to detour.
"steve white" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Dot com. Steve White Steve. Good morning How we doing? Wow. I'm doing well. Carnage and You got that, right? How else can you explain what happened to both Green Bay and Tennessee yesterday? Yeah. How about that? They've taken apart. I mean, it lives up to the old adage of on any given Sunday, But I tell you this ta beside that kind of being a legitimate cliche. When you go to these games now, when there's no fans, or there's barely any fans in the stadium, the energy for some of these teams that are favor, you know, you think that could work. They just might not hat. I mean, this is where you see that they had supported everything sometimes puts them over the top. So Look, they got taken apart. The Vikings ran all over the Packers. I don't think tennis team and ready for the Bangles and they got caught. Do you think that's the reason The Saints just don't seem like the Saints this year? Why do you know it's interesting? D A. I I I have spoken to so many people. And saying when the Saints play at home. They just seem like they just don't have the same energy and again. New Orleans, along with Seattle, Kansas City have Fanbases that really could these guys over the top? Sometimes the energy in the stadium is incredible, but I do think That absolutely plays a role. Remember a couple weeks ago, Sean Payton threatened to try to get the team player but L s human Baton Rouge, where they could have stands in and out towards the end. And in the city of New Orleans. Acquiescence said. Okay, you can have 3 to 5000 fans or whatever that number was in the Superdome. And you know all of a sudden I think for the SUV, and you went away, But I do think the sand fan element of it absolutely plays into this Steve, which could be seen Monday's checking out the aftermath today. 3 P.m. Eastern Time NFL network alongside Red Lewis, Michael Silver, Daniel Jeremiah, They break it all down, recapping all the action from Sunday. I'll preview Also tonight's Bucks and Giants Monday night football game. The Dolphins have done this so quickly. At the beginning of last year, they were getting shellacked by every team they played. By the end of last year, they were competitive. And now this year, they did what they just did yesterday to the Los Angeles Rams. What's been the key ingredient to turn it around so dramatically. Well, I was at the game yesterday in Miami when they beat the Rams, but the larger The answer to your question is last year. This time they were carrying this team down right there were stripping it of talent. Everybody was wondering what Brian floors in Chris career the general manager we're doing like what was the blueprint. By the end of the season. They had a certain group of players. They're in a certain culture that they were Almost getting established where if you play hard, and you do things a certain way, you're gonna get victory. So now they've got better talent, Not great talent. They still need a lot of playmakers. They've got the offense of wine issues. I've got a fix. But now they've established a culture. You know, talking title my Kasicky before the game. We should We bought in. That's why, when the change was made from Fitzpatrick to to, uh Yeah, we felt for Fitz, but we're so bought in and we believe in what Brian forces doing here. That, you know, we know we have to go out. We have to play to the best of our ability and do what we've done to make us competitive. So this is a true culture shift again. They still be talent. But this is one of the you know the better. Coaching jobs, environmental type of ships. We've seen pro sports in a long time. That's a great anecdote about Kasicky. The Bills are trying to do the same thing to try to get over the hump win this division. They've been everybody's been pounded the eighth Sies forever by the Patriots. You give the bills credit because they found a way to get a w Where do you worry that it should have it easier against such a Such a reeling Patriots team. You know, you can never. I've covered this league long in FDA, You'd never say you have an easy win in the NFL kind of goes back on the earlier point. The talent line between most teams is very comparable. Right, usually win or lose because of turnovers, Poor quarterback play dumb coaching decision and so with the bills. That's a tough winter. I mean, it's a division team division games are always a lot more competitive. Um, I don't think you know I don't And I also don't think the bills you're the type of team they're gonna dominate. Anybody. They play a certain type of football, which typically going to be competitive. You see almost all of their games or close. And you know, they just got enough talent and wherewithal to win. Steve Wyche is also the co host of huddle and Flow, which is a cool, cool podcast. You gotta check it out with Jim Trotter. Those guys go back a long way. They do really cool off the field issues as well and talk about all the things happening around the NFL. Huddling flow drops Tuesdays that's available. All places. Podcasts are downloaded. In the A F. C Yesterday. The big One was Ravens and Steelers and the Ravens have two losses on the seas. That could be to the two best teams in football. The Chiefs of the Steelers. Does it make you believe that the Ravens are good, but not great because they can't beat the great teams. Well, you know, when I watch the Steelers game? Yes, you That was turnovers. I mean, because you know they did control a lot of that game..
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"Niners. Home of the Steelers at Denver at New England, home to the Dolphins. Oh, it's a lot of losses in there. There is, but I mean Denver But you're at Denver. Yeah, Chargers. They gag away leads, but they do build leads. Well here, then I think that's there's no layup left on that on that schedule for the Bills. Nothing was ever a layup anyway. So you know, no matter what those games are going to be tight. There is not a game there were like, OK, The bill's gonna go about their business and win this game by two touchdowns, and all it's going to take is a you know, a fluky Sacra. Josh Allen fumbles the ball. Next thing you know, you've lost a tough game. So then the question remains what record wins the CDs. I think the bills go nine and seven. I think they go three and five. The rest of the way. I could see losses. Seahawks at Arizona Steelers the Dolphins in week 17 Israel if he and I think they lose either at New England Or that I mentioned at 40 Niners. Yeah, There's 40 years. Four or five loss is definitely still on their on their table. So that dolphins that builds this week 17. Yeah. That might be your Sunday night game for a division title. Yep, it's actually January. 3rd the schedule it a little later this year because the late Labor Day so the week 17 is is January 3rd that is Bill's home to the Dolphins in Buffalo. Interesting. Interesting. Great natural. Imagine we get that meaningful game for two. We're playing for Division title against your McDermott in the Bills and Buffalo in January on a Sunday night. Be great love is that it? Did edit, edit it. Ah! When we come back, you're best audio of the day. Let's do Maura on the NFL from yesterday. Okay? We continue breaking everything down. Steve White. She's going to join us later on in the program. He's got our number four. When we come back, we'll hear Dabo Swinney discussing Trevor Lawrence's availability for Notre Dame. As well as Mike McCarthy after another disgusting lost by the Cowboys and Boomer NGO taken shots at our boy, maybe its next D, a CBS Sports radio. CBS November 16 Cedric the Entertainer and Max Greenfield star in the neighborhood to Malcolm's say What he did to get arrested was being black in America. I'm filing a complaint. Where's the suggestion box? Organized protests supposed to hear about you gotta fight smart. I thought he's with you going back out there along with so I don't need anybody else. I love about this. Come on Dave Neighborhood season premiere Monday, November 16th on CBS. Did you know that the equivalent of a garbage trucks worth of plastic is dumped in the ocean every minute? £17.6 billion every year. Seabirds are dying after mistakenly eating it. I'm actor Sam Waterston and I don't want to pollute our oceans. Every time I buy my groceries, go out to eat or purchase a beverage. You deserve a plastic free choice. Join the campaign. Goto oceana dot org's slash plastics today. Tom has been a teacher for over 40 years. One day. I think one of the students had asked the question and he didn't remember the answer. I also noticed that he was laid in his class out earlier than they're supposed to let out. I was really starting to worry. Levi and I talked about out would change our lives. But he was there beside me. When something feels different. It could be Alzheimer's. Now is the time to talk. Is it a lzzy dot org's slash our stories to learn more a message from the Alzheimer's Association and the Ad council. My mother was very familiar with her neighbourhood. But one day she stopped at a stop sign, and she wasn't even really sure what she was that when something feels different..
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"That. And then you have access to it Happening. Live tonight at seven. And then you have access to it all the way until Sunday at 11 pm I'm kept Perkins. I'm here with Monsieur Paul. I am machine And I wanna say thank you again to our presenting sponsors who helped make this all possible. 3 60 painting and Dr Anesthetics. We appreciate you and we appreciate all of our sponsors each and every year and again. I also want to say we appreciate all of our my talk listeners that help us raise this amazing amount of money for the four charities that we had this year did a fantastic job as usual. So thank you very much. That's part of the reason why this is not only fun for everybody and understand that it's also impactful. So we appreciate all the things that we do here in the community. So 10 10 project down and dirty. That is CNN's L. It's amazing, and I have not been here that long. So I was very interested when I was going back and I was looking through. All of the past, project down and dirties that you had. And so I want to go around. We can talk about your favorites, and then we'll go. What was your least favorite? Let's start with positivity. Don't you think so? Let's go. Let's see. We'll start with. Let's go with Laurie and Julia. Because you guys have been here through all of our integration. So Florrie Julia, what was your favorite past project down and dirty? I don't I don't know. I mean, I love the least favorite. And I will just tell you was that mall of America? Yes. That was salary. We will give it back to let's go with negativity. Yes. You gotta start the ball of America was the worst thing that ever happened to you, Charlie. Do everything slow down. Slow down. We have to first. Someone has to set the scene, so we'll come back to you. We'll start never going to talk about model America. First of all, Jason would so later on groundwork. Let everybody know what happened with Project Down and Dirty Mall of America. I'm the wrong person because My hell on earth was rock. Yeah, yeah. You want here, Jason? Would wass okay that I've been here? That's Laurie. My name is Jason. I've been working with you on the morning Show is a morning. So Laurie, my name is Jason Mathis and Lori just because I want everybody to know what it is. Just tell him what the setting was fine and we'll let yet so you don't have to tell him. Why didn't loathe inasmuch as Laurie and Julia. Yeah, well, it was It was year too. And what happened? What happens happens at this place if we this place is I'm in a good mood. But what happens is if they're Bradley slapping every but anyway, But if something works, the bosses they're like, Oh, my goodness. It works. Let's do it every year. Four times The state fair was successful, so they were like, Well, let's do this again. Right in the Mall of America on paper. Seemed like it would be great. It's a Minnesota thing. It's an international travel destination. We they were gonna have us live inside an abandoned store ready at Hardy. So it was skinny and narrow, tight space. But let's be clear. The products weren't in there, Laurie, but sure, but still narrow, Skinny space Narrow skinny. Yes, it was. The stench of D bags remained way. Were there and they didn't because this was your to the Hatton worked out the kinks of how to do project down and dirty, so they thought it would be a great idea to have us sleep. And live and work all in a very small space with only the first When there's no shower? No, no shower. That was the first and last time that happened. Yeah. So that's the year. That was your something, Jason. And so I was working at another radio station at the time, and I didn't know that this was a local station doing this. I actually I could say this now. I actually promoted this event on my radio station. Oh, Did you hear all these guys who are going to be like, You know, he's in the mall. We're going to be living in the mall of the man That was so cool down again, Unprejudiced because I think the bosses thought that people shoppers would come in. They thought it was gonna be like a glass house thing, which someone had done about six months. Before we did this, But the mood is right, Khalid. Yeah, they didn't put us in a glass house. They put us in the store. So what happened was no, honey. They put us in a ring of hell in a ring of people came in like they were shopping and that they would see Julia crawling out from under a comforter. Like what? What is that state and we're like, this is our bedroom. Go holding, hurting back and be like No, Bradley. I know it was a night Mayor. Also bad Marjorie, too. And Emma. This float a Vegas Dante round. Yeah. I remember that which which kind of bothered all bothered every one of us. We were pissed off for like, if we know that was the price after 24 hours, Yeah, and two short years later, they no longer work here. That's years that made it so that you will, because I always think it's interesting What I'm in the building. And there's this tension every year. As much as we love what project down and dirty does for our Immunity, and we know that our listeners like to hear it. There's always this tension on behalf of the staff of what are they going to do to us? And so was that the reason why you're like this is going to be torturously. That's the only thing that they're the only reason why they do it. Is that would set the stage for that. Maybe maybe initially, but that then they got smart, and they realize that we get some talented people, not us, not but and if you put production and then really, I mean, except for the comedy all the production the musical Sorry, Jason, the rock n roll. That was a blast, even though that two day musical was exhausting and everything. It was the last performance ones. They're fun comedy was, I think for a lot of people really fun. That's what we like is having here on audience. Steve is actually still at Mystic Lake, his shoes and nobody has set him down. You say it's Steve White. I said I have one more joke that I'm gonna deliver her when we're project down a dirty comedy. That was my first project down and dirty. And of course, you know, Julian attacked me threw a shoe at me. It was like, okay, I gotta wrap this up. But when I get off off the stage one of the guys from Stevie Ray's just pulled me aside and said, Hey, nice tight. Three man, and I was like, 20 minutes were and get each other like we're done. It's come on. What is he? Tying to do here. National stand up as a professional standard comedian. Can I tell you that, Steve, we hate you Weigh just running the light. You're like, Oh, my gosh. I think that in the almost immediately you can read on We should remind everyone a cz If there are listener like I have been for literally a cz long has he been on the air? Think it started with and Oh, my gosh, I just I absolutely love this time of year and I love you guys do this. But it started. I believe that the RV at the state fair if I'm right, the trail and and and and you bonded over weird sex stories a very long way. None of us liked each other. We didn't know each other and Lori Lex and I, because yeah, the for the six of us clean, Bradley. They you guys run weekends. Right, Kalina, Bradley, and then, right? I and Lori and Julia are the only ones still here and ah, Lori and Julius scared the crap out of us, So Oh, jeez. Always do. Yes. Hashtag hashtag Bethany Frankel. But anyway, way didn't speak until that prod and again, you know, I don't always love these. But we say this every year that when you and Shannon host but it's the truth. Ruth. You can put a bookmark in the history of my talk. And there was a trajectory change on the station after after a ce sex fueled conversation at the Minnesota state flare between Lori and myself, was hysterical was kind of going one member Alexis sprinkled with better in life. At the wine booth. Yeah. This is the kind of stuff that people live for about this and about these stories, and then I'm just going to kind of list him here. So we talked about them All America and then boot camp. The music all restaurant, which I remember very loved. Restaurants are all that was funny. Easy. I have to I remember lived during his housing a week about that. Um And then it moved into rock band, which I was heavily involved in wondering if Russia and two I didn't delete this fun. It was so much fun. It was so much fun..
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"Was dressed in his football jersey as his body was carried in a horse drawn carriage through the streets of southeast D. C. Today. Hundreds of people then gathered at the Anacostia High School football field. His funeral. Davon was shot and killed in a community cookout on July 4th. Meantime, an additional $30,000 reward is being offered in his murder. That brings the total reward for information that leads to an arrest and conviction in his killing 2 $55,000 to men are under arrest in the case, But police are looking for two others 19 year old Carlo general and 25 year old Marcel Gordon, both from Southeast D. C. Police say the men are armed and dangerous. It's 10 11. Quarterback Colin Kaepernick didn't know it at the time. But he triggered a nationwide racial justice movement when he first sat and then knelt during the national anthem during San Francisco 40 Niners games in 2016 he was protesting police brutality and killings of people of color fast forward to now, and in many corners, Kaepernick is revered as a hero. In the latest episode of Our Podcast Colors are dialogue on race in America with J. J. Green in Chris Core, Steve White Shove NFL Network tell J. J Kaepernick is not sitting back gloating, you know. Look, Captain. Very quiet. You have not seen him much on social media. You have not heard him saying anything. He's watching this play out. Very, very smart guy. Incredibly smart guy. What a quiet guy and I don't think he's the type of guy sitting back saying I told you so. Or you want to take credit for people being in the street right now. I don't think he's about that. I think he is about again and knowing his character and where his heart is the things he has said to me, you know? Well before now, I think he's more about Let's get this situation fixed. Let's put the bad cops in jail. Let's stop. The police brutality lets change policing. So some cop who's having a bad day. Who's hopped up or who basically views black and brown people as criminals before human beings. Let's fix that. What are your thoughts about what? You've seen the massive protests? Not just here in the U. S. But around the world that have seen people emulating him taking a knee, taking a very out spoken stance without really saying much as you say, it's a very quiet guy. What have you seen And what do you see now, when you compare then and now I don't want to be the trend setter because I think that would be disrespectful to people like Tommie Smith and John Carlos and Mohammad Ali and Jim Brown and Kareem Abdul Jabbar until many other people who have been speaking out for years at the same time, you know when Colin was first step from working in the NFL and people were sponsors were threatening teems with. You know what's wrong. If their players Neil, he's going to end up on the right side of history, right? His conviction. Going to sacrifice the way he did lead to people feeling very fearless and much more comfortable now and doing what they've done needs that needs to be applauded. Do you get the sense that the NFL has turned the page? Oh, man. Okay, I get it from outside of ST Louis, Missouri, is the show me state. There's a whole lot of there's a whole lot of positive chatter. There's a whole lot of encouraging statement. But until until I see some something now, I will say this in terms of player behavior. Absolutely. I've seen change their people in the front lines mean that Ryan down in Atlanta, Carson went time at. I mean, these people are about right in that aspect. I should say yes, the NFL I don't have put some things in place, even at my network. We're putting different hiring and promotional practices in place for to include diversity because there just are no shot callers and decision makers of color in our own house. And so from there, yes, but 32 owners. It is a wait and see type of, you know, Situation Steve White Shove NFL Network on Colin Kaepernick and social justice here a lot more in the new episode of the Podcast Colors. A dialogue on Race in America. It's on apple podcast podcast one Spotify or wherever you get your pods we hear about police reform. What about prosecutors? W T. O p..
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"Easy drinking lots of water taking frequent breaks. I'm storm Team four meteorologist Amelia Draper and right now 90 degrees in Washington. Some parts of our area could be down into the eighties and seventies late tonight. It's great to have you here at 8 11 Quarterback Colin Kaepernick didn't know it at the time. But he triggered a nationwide racial justice movement when he first sat and then knelt during San Francisco 40 Niners games in 2016 during the national anthem to protest police brutality and killings of people of color fast forward to now and in many corners. Kaepernick is revered as a hero in the latest episode of Our Podcast Colors, a dialogue on race in America with J. J. Green and Chris Core, Steve White Shove NFL network tell J. J Kaepernick is not sitting back and gloating, you know, Look, Captain. Very quiet. You have not seen him much on social media. You have not heard him saying anything. He's watching this play out. Very, very smart guy. Incredibly smart guy. A quiet guy, and I don't think he's the type of guy sitting back saying, I told you show or you want to take credit for people being in the street right now. I don't think he's about that. I think he is about again and knowing his character and where his heart is in the things he has said to me, you know? Well before now, I think he's more about Let's get this situation fixed. Let's put the bad cops in jail. Let's stop. The police brutality lets change policing. So some cop who's having a bad day. Who's hopped up or who basically views black and brown people as criminals before human beings. Let's fix that. What are your thoughts about what? You've seen the massive protests? Not just here in the U. S. But around the world that have seen people emulating him taking a knee, taking a very out spoken stance without really saying much as you say, he's a very quiet guy. What have you seen And what do you see now, when you compare then and now I don't want to take the trendsetter because I think that would be disrespectful to people like Tommie Smith and John Carlos and Mohammad Ali and Jim Brown and Kareem Abdul Jabbar until many other people who have been speaking out for years at the same time, you know when Colin was first kept from working in the NFL, and people were sponsors were threatening teems with. You know what's wrong. If their players Neil, he's going to end up on the right side of history, right? His conviction. You sacrifice in the way he did lead to people feeling very fearless and much more comfortable now and doing what they've done needs that needs to be applauded. Do you get the sense that the NFL has turned the page? Oh, man. Okay, I get it from outside of ST Louis, Missouri, is the show me state. There's a whole lot that there's a whole lot of positive chatter. There's a whole lot of encouraging statement. But until until I see some something now, I will say this in terms of player behavior. Absolutely. I've seen change their people in the front lines mean Matt Ryan down in Atlanta. Carson went time, Matthew. I mean, these people are about right in that aspect, I should say yes, the NFL I don't have put some things in place, even at my network. We're putting different hiring and promotional practices in place for to include diversity because there just are no shot callers and decision makers of color in our own house. And so from there, yes, but 32 owners. It is a wait and see type of, you know, Situation Steve White Shove NFL Network on Colin Kaepernick and social justice here a lot more in the new episode of the Podcast Colors are dying. Log on race in America on Apple podcast podcast one Spotify or wherever you get your pods we hear about police reform. What about prosecutors? W T. O p. S Neil Augustine sat down with several new prosecutors from Northern Virginia about the problem of systemic racism in the criminal justice system and our new Siri's and justice for.
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"Receive twenty twenty fox news accusers watching the corona virus impacting how presidential candidates are campaigning vice president Joe Biden canceling in person rallies Morrow bye then will host a virtual town hall in Illinois cross the format for a large crowd investigation findings believes he wants to minimize cross country travel so Sunday's Arizona debate has been moved to DC where Sanders will stay and work in the Senate fox is Peter Doocy president trump has cancelled rallies in Nevada and Colorado planned for this week the White House says president trump and vice president pence have almost no interaction with the Brazilian official was tested positive for the corona virus the U. S. military responding after yesterday's attack on a base outside Baghdad U. S. airstrikes are targeting five weapons storage facilities in Shia militia groups that are backed better in Iraq but they're backed by Iran the U. S. military says the strikes have two purposes first to limit the malicious ability to conduct future attacks against coalition forces but also to respond to the continuing threat these terrorist groups pose in fact the military says cut team Hezbollah and Iranian backed militia attacked a coalition base yesterday killing two U. S. service members and one U. K. service member and the U. S. identified the truck those terrorist missiles were fired from fox's trace Gallagher a northern California judge has approved prosecutors request to take more DNA samples from Antarctica with being the infamous Golden State killer who eluded arrest for decades Sacramento county Superior Court judge Steve white also told prosecutors to informally you decide who is empowered to consider defense attorneys offer to have Joseph James deangelo plead guilty in exchange for avoiding the death penalty the seventy four year old former police officer suspected of at least thirteen murders and more than fifty rapes across California in the nineteen seventies and the nineteen eighties I'm Lisa Sarah this is.
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"California business we will do everything we can to make sure fairness competition and good prices prevail the settlement includes the expanded T. mobile agreeing to offer affordable plans in California for at least five years giving a ten million dollar low income households access to one hundred gigabytes of free broadband per year and protecting the number of jobs post merger and also we have accused killer Golden State killer suspect Joseph James deangelo in the news so I have to submit to more DNA testing prosecutors from several California counties where deangelo is accused or asking for new samples compared to crime scene evidence defense attorneys arguing that deangelo already gave samples when he was arrested judge Steve white though will allow for new samples but did deny a fifth white also expressed concern that with the fact that six county DA's offices are pooling their resources for the prosecution while the second county public defender's office is on its own it's now six thirty five at KFBK let's get more news now the latest on our top national stories on news ninety three point one K. two K. sports events cancelled parks museums even Broadway closed it's the new norm as covert nineteen pandemic grossed more than thirteen hundred infections in the U. S. and at least forty deaths California governor Gavin Newsom says about five hundred passengers are still aboard the grand princess cruise ship at the port of Oakland we anticipate that by the end of this evening one thousand and seventy five crew members will still be on board that ship as you know a few crew members went back on these repatriated flights to Canada and to the United Kingdom more passengers who disembarked tested positive that brings the total number of cases to twenty three Dr Anthony Fauci the head of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases says the trump administration is still behind on testing but working to make more kits available not gonna be months it's going to be weaker so we gonna get many many more a test that will be available foundry testifying today two members of Congress Dario all dinner ABC news.
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"Some clouds their truck you reporting twenty three degrees forty three in downtown Sacramento heading to a high of fifty eight degrees this afternoon and news ninety three point one K. F. became now to the stories that are trending on this Thursday morning governor Newsome is asking the federal government to hand over land to build new housing to solve California's deepening homeless crisis KP gaze Jordan Christmas explains California is asking the trump administration to provide surplus federal land that could be used to build housing for the homeless in a new state program governor Gavin Newsom sent the request the US housing and urban development secretary Ben Carson amid an ongoing debate over whether democratic officials in California are doing enough to ease the state's homelessness crisis the governor earlier this month directed his administration to identify unused a property that can be used by local governments or non profits that include state property along side highways or state roads state fairgrounds bank in hospitals and healthcare facilities during Christmas news ninety three point one KFBK Sacramento judge has rejected a request by defense attorneys to delay the case against the suspected Golden State killer Sacramento Superior Court judge Steve white said may twelfth as the day Joseph deangelo will return to court this is not an easy call I respect that the defense is working very hard on this the people however are entitled to bring this to a preliminary hearing deangelo is a seventy four year old former police officer who is accused of killing thirteen people and kidnapping thirteen others defense attorneys Alice Michael and Joe Kress asked for the additional time to go through the more than one excuse me more than a quarter million pieces of evidence turned over by prosecutors never seen it from a case where sixty journeys have signed the complaint all we're asking for is the opportunity to represent our client illusion.
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"Will be another marathon night at the Senate impeachment trial trial adjourned until one PM Thursday January twenty third Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell bringing a close to the day after seven hours and forty two minutes as house managers made their case against president trump one of them Congress in chasing Crowe discuss the heart of the case the president's July phone call with his Ukrainian counterpart just hours after his call his administration was quietly placing in a legal hold on critical military aid to support our friends president trump his lawyers maintain he did nothing wrong in that call at least one person is dead several others were hurt in a shooting in downtown Seattle a law enforcement source tells ABC the motive is possibly gang related police say they're looking for multiple shooters the World Health Organization will continue meetings on whether to cook to declare corona virus a global health emergency to blame for seventeen deaths and sickened hundreds of others Brian Clark ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK I'm Joe Michael's muse ninety three point one K. F. because a a Sacramento judges rejected a request to delay a preliminary hearing in the case against the suspected Golden State killer Sacramento Superior Court judge Steve white setting may twelfth as the day Joseph deangelo will return to court this is not an easy call I respect that the defense is working very hard on this the people however are entitled to bring this to a preliminary hearing judge white declining to give attorneys representing deangelo until the end of the year to prepare their defense against accusations the seventy four year old former police officer killed thirteen people and kidnapped and robbed thirteen more Sacramento mayor Gerald Steinberg is now supporting Joe Biden in the twenty twenty democratic primary Steinberg saying he thinks the former vice president has the best chance to be president trump in states the Democrats lost during the presidential election of twenty sixteen Steinberg had originally endorsed California senator Kamel Harris that began looking elsewhere after she dropped out of the race last month the Oakland Raiders are now officially the Los Vegas raiders the raiders were born in Oakland and played thirteen seasons in LA both cities will always be part of our DNA but today we begin a new chapter we are now the Las Vegas raiders team owner mark Davis making the announcement at a press conference.