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"sydney ball" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

05:39 min | Last week

"sydney ball" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Move backwards. I am of my Amma phone, Speaking of social Never got my phone here. And so Cindy Pal made a lot of news yesterday on Twitter will get into this theme Trump team had sent out a press release saying that Sydney pal was not a was not a part of the legal team. And it was. It was very sort of benign. Just Ah, clarification and you saw a lot of blue check marks those on the left and even the Washington Post in the Wall Street Journal just jumping all over this, and the narrative erupted on Twitter yesterday. Day that you know, the Trump team was trying to distance themselves from Sydney, Pal, she said this all along, she said that she's not a part of the legal team, even though she was a part of that press conference took place last week. What's happening right now? Andrew lingers we get into this is that Sydney balls actually tweeting. She sent out several weeks. Retweets this morning. One of them was a retweet of other individuals talking about how she says. That And she said this to Newsmax over the weekend, talking with the show with Rob Schmidt the count. We've got tons of evidence and so much. It's hard to put it all together, he said. This on Saturday night was hosted by Rob Schmidt and Mark Helper. Hopefully this week we will get it ready to file and it will be biblical when we can get into some of the nuances of what her claims are. We also have J. Secolo, who is saying that he's got a lawsuit that will be finally today or tomorrow and Georgia. That is quite a shock, saying that this is different than anything that we've that we've seen so far. But back to the original point, the narratives immediately form and what was being pushed yesterday with regard to Sidney Powell was Oh, look, the Trump Administration Trying to distance yourself Sidney pals too crazy for even Trump, And that was not that that was and does not appear to be the case at all. Yeah, Here's the problem that you know, you send out a press release like that coming on the heels of Thursday's press conference, and it's gonna It's gonna waste from flags and I get to this point. You know that we've all said in the past, but if you're Having to explain things you're losing, and that's a real problem here. Here's here's Here's the other part of this, which is we are facing the real limited time frame here. And and I'm my patients is kind of wearing on this I get, wasn't I empirically Get that when you're talking about potential fraud on this scale. You need time to gather the evidence, and we are unfortunately hamstrung by the fact that we've got a limited amount of time between when the presidential election happens when the states have to certify those election results. And then when the electoral college meets, and so you're running into it, this is something we talked about. During the Amy Tony Barrett hearing was whether or not there was enough time within the space time continuum to actually get things done. I am, you know, And so I'm concerned that you know that he's lost it. They're going to be filed in a timely fashion. Um, I am then concerned about the substance of nature of those lawsuits. And I'm concerned about issues of standing, which is where a lot of these lawsuits seemed to be hinging on, And that's a real problem. Incidentally, you know, this is not me making a, you know, characterizing the lawsuit was having no, they're not having met the idea that, um there's the question of whether or not you have standing, which means You are someone who can represent in the court that you have been hard by the actions under which your ceiling With situations like this with with the election. I I'm you know, I'm concerned that A lawsuit of biblical proportions is going to get dismissed because Sydney Powell's plaintiffs don't have standing to sue. And this will create a huge gas line situation in which legitimate claims of voter fraud during this election will no longer be investigated in the left will be able to turn around and say Well, those lawsuits were dismissed, which is essentially in family what is happening in Pennsylvania right now, with lawsuit in federal court that was thrown out on Saturday. Dismissed with prejudice people partially because the people who were suing on behalf of the president's campaign didn't have quote unquote standing to sue. Who does then? I mean, in the situation that decision where you're a little E mean, technically, the candidates themselves, I suppose, And this is the problem with Sidney Powell saying that she's doing on the after the American people. Is because you know if you have a really hard time trying to waste this, you know the question of whether or not your point your client's quote unquote clients. We're actually harmed by these actions on bats. You know, this is and again I'm not a lawyer. I'm not. I'm not certainly not a litigator. But I am well enough versed in these issues to know that standing is a is a huge hurdle. Yeah. The way I see the way that I see it at this point right now. Okay, so let's let's let's sort of move. Move through these really quick. We don't know what what this new lawsuit is supposed to be in Georgia that the J. Secolo is talking about. Hey, did say, like I said before that this is because I can't get into the details without providing any examples. I can't tell you right now. But what's coming in Georgia will be shocking. When we file this in federal court Monday or Tuesday, he added. It's nothing that we have talked about before. It's not what you've heard in the press conference on Thursday, either. Okay, so let's shove that aside. Right now. We have the issue of the fraud and that really Giuliani laid out not great last week, but he did. It's there..

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"sydney ball" Discussed on Swarfcast

Swarfcast

03:06 min | 3 months ago

"sydney ball" Discussed on Swarfcast

"Cast podcast at gmail.com. Would you call? Sydney like the San Francisco of. Australia in Melbourne, be more like the Chicago. Yeah I guess Sir. Sydney's ball brash like New York. In Melbourne's more sophisticated. melons considered the third capital in the. Fashion capital of Melvin of Australia. And the sporting capital of US drive, right? Well Melbourne my image of Melbourne is always framed through. The Australian Open Tennis Tournament Right. Right. As somebody WHO's go on to Wimbledon a few times and gone to. A few times It's on the list on the list of place. Well hugged come and see because it's a magnificent venue and one of the lucky who got Melvin is we have within walking distance of the day some of them this sporting arenas in the world you've got the ten say. You're Seiji which is one hundred, thousand people stadium and you. Many stadiums around that. So if you will stay when you can walk to all the sporting venues, you just can move to the mall. Well talking about racket sports. you told me that you've been involved in racquet sports for a long long time and consider yourself. A Pretty Nice player. I play squash. which playing for fifty years fifty years. Fifty seven years, action. On. The, my team we playing in competition once a week four team. Number one team, and probably the oldest in the. but I'm still playing I'm still building people twenty six years younger than me. Still Getting, beaten. And now I love. Boy Squash. Twice a week well for the people who don't understand squash and never played squash tell us the difference between squashing. baller squash and yeah I was wondering what the differences between squash and racquetball. Of course uses a much volleyball and the different racket. Oh pretty well, it's a symbol game, but it's a pasta and Harda gyn racket ball his invented for those who can't play squash. have. You ever played racquetball. Is. is played on the same court as a racketeering. At. The same time And torchwood reading public came out of handle, which was played on the side of the court..

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"sydney ball" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

03:45 min | 6 months ago

"sydney ball" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"Was wrong. What we solve the problem. Babylonian? Races Lettuce not actually go. Like a red pen. Woods. Capital off your forehead I. Know that Sudan? We know what we're up against. Already know we up against, but maybe they can take you. The races all this input your somewhere where? There's your your releasing your own race. And no sounds crazy but I want the races officer to be identified. I want them to emit, but don't let them lose their job. Let them continue to work. Just put him somewhere where they don't have to deal with racist segregation. It's a weird former segregation. We admit that your racist. Babylonian police officer. Then! We take your somewhere else where you will love. More battling old news and you good. Continuous. South crazy, but I'm just saying. George Klay Case. All four of the EX officers involved in the killing of George Floyd. Now face charges in his death, Derek Shulman who press Disney into his neck, was charged with a more serious count of second degree murder. which has intent shows intent but not. Premeditation. Three officers, the three other officers at the scene during his killing have now been charged with aiding and abetting second degree murder and aiding and abetting second degree manslaughter. The Floyd family called the new charges of bittersweet development, meanwhile a ninety nine You know more protests followed in for the nine thousand nine so We're going to be following this case as well, but again you know we came to this. You know having all of this happen. Just for them to come to this to arrest three officers as Right exactly. The first day. None of this would've happened. Right I don't think it this fine into both the charges up to second degree murder I think is valid charge because. You know the the the seven nine whatever seconds he had his. Knee on his neck. That constitutes that. He wanted to kill him. It's not I don't think it's first degree murder because I don't think all up in the morning so I'm going to kill his guy, right? It's going to be hard to prove I think this might stick, but on top of the thing that I'm secure about this charge is it still falls back to the third degree? Murder charges well, so they packaged it all together. So, if it doesn't people ells on a second degree, they should hopefully get them on third degree and the. Ones with the accessory to cry. Yes, full charges put them in jail for twenty years, and this could send a message to the country, not to the racist the. This case is the basically send a message. To Babylonia police officer that's races. This would be a deterrent for you, sir or Miss. Hopefully that you will go to jail. I don't want ever want to see the crime like this. Ever committed again. But that's what this is about a One of the factors is the determinate for the racist Babylonian Show. Have you morning show of Sydney, ball. Is.

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"sydney ball" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

02:07 min | 6 months ago

"sydney ball" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"This certain type of music because I own establishment. Averages the age of thirty five to sixty five years old, and all these folks make fifty thousand dollars a year, and you've got the nerve enough to say that to me in the Pocono area up into apple years. Lena kids home. Show Hobby show Sydney Ball. Coach off. Like, those that probably the first time that have been so speechless. About stuff that Gonna I I don't have anything to say. I'm scared of what I might say or holly might affect. Me and my family I have a been a twenty eight year of fun, so it kind of disappoints me that this is all still happening. all I can do paintbrushes brothers every day. And my cousin made of when you have somewhat when it happens to the family in that it has been used to go to my cousin. It was really hard and. To show you. A partner holidays. When she said that people should have white people in a bat. Getting need a shouldn't walk. It's me that we are people. They should be in the front line and they should be controlling things over. Little Rowdy, and then that that the COP. Out Home everybody. Be. For you. Live here you I listened. But humming the. Peaceful rallies. We have to go through. I mainly more of this black, white or black folks in front that. Bologna's in the battle. Komo.

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"sydney ball" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

07:57 min | 10 months ago

"sydney ball" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"Being than I did. Not Give birth in February because I need her to be celebrated chapter industry his he like it every month. I'm not offer that brackets his. Here's the here's the compromised. We're not going to cold Turkey thing. I want you to detox. Offer this you continue for the rest of the month and their March Jorge Cruise. There'd be no more talking to Stanton who okay. Let's my personal thing. I've been wanting to launch. Am I just WanNa let her know. I'm doing I WANNA anymore. We gotta go back to the guy. Yes he so he was able to. He was able to shoot down four Japanese. He's playing so I know that a row which was great when he returns he was eventually defied like I said he became the first African American tend to be awarded the US Navy Cross Unfortunately Miller was killed in nineteen forty three when he was sent to a new ship the USS Lipscomb on Bay and it was struck by Japanese torpedo in the Pacific so he ended up packing me when he was a real hero. And even to you know Kashif guns are. I would imagine pretty intricate in for him to GIS would pick it up and shoot down and should not play how all to start shooting the machine. That's really here but also for the chin. Oh yeah this is a picture of him and shot ought to my mom. She said she lived an actually. That's his name stood out because I was like. I wonder if my mom lives in an apartment complex called during called Dorie Miller Miller in corona queens and I you know so. That's him and I believe every cash. She said it was named after him. I didn't even know that. But that's when I when I seen his name. I wondered if it was any connection. My Mom said the Dory Mellow with the first breath. INTERRACIAL CO OPS in New York City. So that was great. The nuisance strange history. While she's my mom is actually the head of they made right. Mom they made the Dory Miller like a historic like building and my mom is like the head of the committee and she was on on the news Discussing your mother. Yeah we'll use this last year. They can we know this. I Dunno now news was this. It was kind in New York like on Channel One or something mom where was. When did you do this? So yes so shout out outdoor Miller one of our unsung heroes. I will put him in the he was really a hero. National Hero War veteran Having my wife yeah like true like courage like he was in there making you know hamburgers and he decided to do it. Nobody told him to do a run out there with the gunfire right here. Yeah four planes. You know it's it's really amazing. So shout out to him. Dorie Miller you guys go look him up. If you haven't okay in other news you guys know. It's a feel Good Friday. I like to do feel good news along with regular news but I'm GonNa do the regular news really quickly the. US jobs report is actually making history. They are going to for the first time ever. They're going to make same sex couples while I'm sorry for the Bureau of Labor statistic. They are going to include same sex couples apples in its count of married workers in the US economy which is really great. we'll previously categories tracking marital status status only included people in heterosexual marriages that mythology changed on. which will be indicated in footnotes at Mark's in incremental minds this milestone for the LGBTQ community which has pushed to be recognized in official government statistics? the change will not impact top line job report numbers burs but rather only a few categories in underlying statistical tables economists expect the report to show. US employers added a hundred sixty see thousand jobs in the employment rate remains at three point. Five percent check in January So and also this year the twenty twenty seven says will will change its questionnaire to include. SAME SEX HUSBAND WIFE SPOUSE IN SAME-SEX UNMARRIED partner the same Maryknoll renewed unmarried options will exist for opposite sex couples with the hope that more specific categories will decrease the room for error when people accidentally checking the wrong bar goes. This is good because you know. That's cool I you know. I love about oil quick Greg City well love about all of this is the fact that you know for the gay remarriage You know from New York City. Ultra Democrat as ultra-liberal. You're right you're like a philosophy philosophies are right on time with the millennials even though you call us crazy well. I'm for gay marriage. Because when when they couples break up the impose needs to pay child support. I don't care about the kids out other dildos and all that if you enter relationship and you and you break relationship if you WanNa be married you have to follow lowliest same rules that the rest of us so I advocate for them. You know who what sexual prevot has anything which was the workplace or the way you live your the person that you love the peanuts you loaded with. This has nothing to do with anything correct so now to have this In our society now is good. Look like there should be included. They're working couples. Working couples in the gay marriage is legal in all states. Got Maybe my research that I think I think they should have. I don't think it's not a federal level right. It's an odd. That's why this is the average just at the federal level everybody can get married and this some folks against it. Of course yeah business. You know saying you. You're not going to figure out anything anything with the gay marriage. So what do you like. What does it matter to you for? Great he's also while Brian decides sites not everybody believes in the Bible. So we'll we'll use. The Bible says not cool. I don't know these a lot of stories from three thousand thousand years ago the fight we might be we might only get them. Hey might need the fact. Check debt by Vicki give me riled up I have my own prey to show Harvey Morning Show Sydney Ball. Hello yes good money on your phone. Good who's this actually okay. I'll hey melvin wagner good okay. What was that.

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"sydney ball" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

11:03 min | 1 year ago

"sydney ball" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

"I don't buy the supply of all those weapons at the Russians guys them especially when we'll go out and it was you know after has gone for months and even years with the locals involved. It was Johnny's in American Fair Enough and attend to extent on that so again. It was kind of like being a devil's advocate in mind. Tiny position but it shows how hard it is to really simplify things because things are usually complex complex rather than simple out they especially that sort of major conflicts is a number of factors apply. Quite turn talk to for anybody to find a country that's need to fade with magic power and I've come out better oft indeed. Let's think of one country. That's well I think pretty good example. Could what what about an example. John Japan Yeah. I didn't think of that Eh. Because also Japan it was a it was an extremely patriarchal society. It still is quite a lot of if things got changed I remember listening to a podcast on late. Night live where one of the interpreters working for the US was a woman in. She was managed as an interpreter to get done to change a lot of the inheritance laws and other things The only thing I've had Japan that was that occupied by magic power offer much wall whereas these other countries like you know the careers and what's another good game on several or all of the South American countries. They went you. Nigel war thing occupied with I just got into feed with yeah but True and ultimately could say Jim and he was a success story after begging to feed on themselves. Yes yeah very good I well. That's a good picture. You've painted of of of Labor Party from your point of view. You'd never been in a number of a political party before will go into meetings such until now. I've been interested in a long time. I try and talk politics. So let's onto people very interested Usually I want arguments but people I was. I was always interested in. Say What it was about. So I'm going to stick around for Law Thing Institute Saliva Party if I may ask because I don't think the live of priority goes potty suddenly noticed eldest five left as I think that needs to be but then I don't think that can be too far left because they are An majorities in Santa into some way. That's watch is alive body because that they've got a real estate Possibility of getting into government Live from part of that then at least I have my little saying which direction going. I think that's travels argument to isn't it yet. Nine was not to join a party. Good evening sample. You wasting your time. Yeah even the policies mart ivory will be better. Your you'd be better off you know party. That's actually getting into pan. Dan Working working from within Mizzou. I thought the Democrats on and maybe even the grains where an option at one stage but but they just seem to once I get into some sort of a position of power or control of power to adapt to the bigger picture. You know what I made like to kid. They Policy Galley especially the grinds with a visit. The cabin tax originally that it just vied for visit Tony how it's one knows it's too bad that I think That had the attack nine tax or was it wrong. I I can't remember but the Greens effectively threw it out the window didn't they could have gotten up in some football. Get something up. I don't seem to be out of the shack a sidewalk while the highway. And so so you're driving a lot in New South Wales at the moment correct Yeah drive heavy vehicles for a major company. The Orange one eight any experiences with the Bush vase of night and now. I'm finally local lumber on my in my wife Do a small pit transport as well where we get At West Nusa false. But we haven't been for a while I walk out this morning. He defied the Meson. Me Back Tank is west of us out this morning could naven up knowing this morning and you couldn't even say the ask Carson straight this. Even in downtown Sydney. The smoke was pretty incredible this morning. It's it's caught on the why that's Nor the Blue Mountains comes around Sydney Ball. So I fall is to the northwest to insignia. affectively in the Blue Mountains SORTA thing or in the mountains side but it's over a close to save the. It's like from the harbour bridge the fall it would only be fifty guys in her as Christ loss. Sydney sort of surrounded by lots and lots of wild forest. Isn't it. Yeah definitely Rajon well. Let's a good story. Good luck with have that motion proceeds let us know if you can get in the ear of member and and actually something happens as a result or you get an interesting Fade Beg Stein touch and good on yet for skyping. In that worked at the end of the day I think goes up by answering machine instead of doing it the other way before. I think he didn't have any good. I'm good on you for joining a political party and getting involved. If anybody else doesn't let us know oh I'm toning the chat room said he's local ellen. P meeting near him broke into a fistfight in chicken. Shot Ah they met in the lead up to the election ave waiting for good argument with somebody. I haven't had a really good argument yet so very good classified at the time. I mentioned this to put up. The there was a an Alderman nixed me I think the regular trash edge Callahan was caught a frontage the that that he told me that some nonreligious people more likely to secure religious people WPRO really disagreeing with him on that one. No I love being persecuted. All right right. Well that's good John. Thank you for for skyping in keeping touch if anything interesting happens and declaring that success. Thanks for that thanks. Oh boy I see guy interesting. Yeah so that was good. Let me just transition out of that back to that screen. I mean I can't say technology worked again eventually. I'm all done I you becoming a Mazda. Good sign and isn't it great to have people people who listened to the podcast to actually really getting involved in politics on a personal level. I really would like to see more people joining political parties of of whatever stripe just get involved and thrash out with each other. Yeah southern just sitting on the sidelines until about it so it's good to have feedback and conversations with ud lease numbs. It's keeps it fresh for us in fun so well I want to thank the patrons so let me quickly think well. Let's see we coming up to the end of two thousand nine hundred not too far away. Move Man and Let's do these by years. Why back in two thousand and sixteen? Sean the engine will only patron in two thousand seventeen had cried John. Lane and Wino- Jahmai Ellison and Steve by the way land in a sentence of voicemail but will white for Scott next week for that one. Sorry how long's the podcast been going there before. And it was i July ally four and bs ago four and then how long since I've become a regular because it seems like threes ago it couldn't is it three St thing. I reckon that regular for this seventy ninety I thought how long has it been a couple of years at at least a couple. At least we should look thoroughly enjoyed In two thousand eighteen had tiny caitland Jimmy spud. That was kind brahmin match. Robbie Rod Palais medicament Dominic. Liam dive squeaky wheel Daniel Harry Pita and Captain Doomsday and this year we've had wheat watch. Andy Murray Melinda Atom Professor Doctor Dentist Willow Glen Craig Matthew Alexander. Pull Tom Tarik Emil Kim. Donnie Darko Clinton and Gavin and the non-patrons Dean. CAIN was the beneficiary Mr Anderson Korean man. David Beverly and in but a few interesting sort of emails in the last few weeks of a mixed bag people complaining that we're like some of the episodes but we were talking of the Towfiq chiller committing logical fallacies was accused me of Stroman and and he was very specific about the instant that he's climbing. And what see was all explain why. It's not a stormy. Some people have sent criticism which was very general. And and if you've got to criticize be specific about what we actually said than you specifically reckon was the problem Rahvam and general laws. You can actually deal. Yes so if you have a criticism please Mike it very specific where we send. This always said that and that was we disagreed with for whatever ever reason and if you think we're doing a marvelous job and send us some feedback till the fall stirs up because some people say the opposite. So it's nice to have ego's stroked a little bit. That would be good right well trough man next week I think skull back. Okay we look forward to. Yeah thank you dear listener for tuning signing off. We'll talk to you next week. Thanks everyone for listening by now. A matter of scourging bulletins has been brought to my attention..

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"sydney ball" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"sydney ball" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Of two thousand seventeen Paul Lowenthal assistant fire marshal in Santa Rosa which is more than twenty miles away said people's nerves have been rattled that fire got extremely big really quickly and was very visible from a significant part of cinema county departments like Santa Rosa were flooded with nine one one calls even though the fire was no where near the city limits the flames rush down steep hills jumped a highway and are now heading toward the food and wine destination of Healdsburg for NPR news I'm recovery a Dylan Turkey and Kurdish militants in northern Syria are accusing each other of violating a permanent cease fire brokered by the trump administration in pairs Peter Kenyon says Turkey reports five military personnel were wounded in a Kurdish attack in a statement the Turkish defense ministry says the attack by Kurdish militants came near the border town of Russell line in Turkish forces responded with return fire the Kurdish lead Syrian democratic forces accused Turkey of violating the ceasefire with an offensive against three villages Russia proposed to move Kurdish fighters away from the border in a bid to extend the ceasefire Peter Kenyon reporting president trump lifted US sanctions on Turkey that have been imposed just nine days ago saying countries in the region the to take more responsibility for security there since the U. S. abruptly withdrew troops from the region more than ten thousand Syrian refugees of now cross the border into Iraq because of the fighting and the violence is expected to continue you are listening to NPR news in Kentucky coal miners who blocked a railroad track to protest lost wages are one step closer to getting paid from member station W. M. M. T. Sydney balls reports this comes months after the federal department of labour intervene in the bankruptcy of black jul coal miners former employer black tools agreeing to pay more than five million dollars to hundreds of coal miners left unpaid when the company declared bankruptcy this June the notice comes in consent orders filed in US District Court in Kentucky and Virginia this fellow's agreements between the company and the US department of labor and pillars Dorf is an attorney representing Kentucky minors in the bankruptcy all lower certainly relieved that the the miners are finally being paid a fortune you took three and a half long months and it was much too long industry watchers expect another major coal company Ohio based Murray energy to declare bankruptcy soon for NPR news I'm Sidney bowls a cyber security firm says it's discovered an online spying campaign targeting aid groups including you and relief agencies and the international red cross researchers say think tanks including the heritage foundation and the East West center were also targeted it's not known who's behind the campaign but indications are that members of the international community in North Korea may have been targeted stocks finished mixed today on Wall Street as tech shares offset weak financial results from some health care companies the Dow lost twenty eight points this is NPR you're listening to.

"sydney ball" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"sydney ball" Discussed on KCRW

"No well king and I'm Rachel Martin in rural eastern Kentucky Martin County has gotten a bad name for its polluted drinking water now local officials are trying to fix the system but that has led to a new crisis with many unable to afford the water bills from W. M. M. T. and the Ohio valley resource Sydney balls reports as I can transfer data is closest car office four lane highway where trickle of water flows from the side of a mountain just hold the plastic jug under the stream live better than what the city water that way better like most people around here Davis has avoided drinking his tap water since a massive coal slurry spell in two thousand polluted the river that the county's water comes from if they can get that alarms get water one day at a time nineteen years later local officials say the tap water is safe to drink but the water system remains in crisis there can be days long outages cloudy water well water advisories local officials are trying to fix all that but they need more money water rates went up by forty one percent last year alone that's tough for Davis who supports five people on less than fifteen thousand dollars a year Davis this is dozens of families come to the spring because like him they can't afford their water bill water right for higher but this time I hear you get bring water balloon fight for the drinking and cooking the Martin County water board is stockpiling bottled water for the most needy but it faces some major challenges as the coal industry contracts city tax revenues and some cool country communities are struggling to provide basic services the only way you can fix infrastructure without affecting rates is if somebody gives you the money to do it that's internally Kovic the spokesperson for the public service commission which regulates water systems in Kentucky civil engineers estimate Kentucky's drinking water infrastructure needs an investment of more than eight billion dollars absent some dramatic change at both the state and the federal level that grant money is just not out there in the kind of quantities needed to address all of the water infrastructure needs in Kentucky another challenge here the population is shrinking meaning a smaller group of people has to shoulder the system's fixed costs Easter is with the American society of civil engineers she says in many places around the country rural water systems are especially vulnerable communities that have a dwindling population have a even larger strain because very don't have the rate payers the pain for a system that was designed for a lot more you after we fill up with the stream I follow Jasper Davis home and he showed me the large plastic barrel where he collects rain water for flushing the toilet forgot the plane the frying it'll run out but lightly I can handle right at the bottom is just R. and math inside there is a trailer and his girlfriend so the cornet he says even if they keep their water below using the tap only for showering the household might have just twenty dollars left for additional expenses you know you got a side well it's Hey this water or we're not going to eat there may be more hard choices to calm regulators say two addresses water crisis Martin County must hire a professional and county must hire a professional outside manager that will probably mean even.

"sydney ball" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"sydney ball" Discussed on KCRW

"In Kentucky a group of coal miners is blocking a coal train they've camped out on the tracks images show them standing on the tracks even playing corn hole on the tracks in front of a cold rain and the minor say they will not leave until they're bankrupt employer black jewel pays them here's WMM tease Sydney balls how can the Kentucky the small and rural has a long history of labor activism in the latest protest drivers honked to support coal miners who since Monday hostage dissident of sorts as many as twenty miners have blocked a railroad in Cumberland Kentucky they've been sitting in chairs are parking trucks across the tracks they've kept a train full of coal from leading a plant the miners now bankrupt employer Blackpool coal hasn't paid them for almost a month actual is the nation's sixth largest coal company and its bankruptcy has rippled through local communities and more than a thousand Appalachian miners and their families minor selection Smith say they won't get off the tracks until they're paid if they can lower trying out they can give us our money Mr of a hundred and fifty miles round trip to work at a local mine the father of six says he scraped together enough change to travel to the protest minor body sextant says his bank account a short thousands from the loss of work my family is hungry man and I will do whatever it takes to the freedom I don't know if I'll go home if I don't play is also years or whatever despite efforts by the trump administration to support coal production some coal producers continue to struggle mining company Blacklock also declared bankruptcy this month and more coal fired power plants are shutting their doors are converting to natural gas Blackpool did not respond to specific questions about the protest but the person who was C. E. O. until a month ago Jeff hoops says he's frustrated really really sorry this reaches for an employee at the at some blacks will this week said it's working with the bankruptcy court to allow employees to tap retirement savings in their four oh one K.'s to access money immediately as for the current blockade of the Coltrane it's unclear who owns the coal and whether letting it through would help these miners eventually get the money they are owed for now they have no plans to leave the tracks for NPR news I'm Sidney pulls in.

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"sydney ball" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"sydney ball" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Regard to doctor or hospital which is a system which will not bankrupt you the answer is to get rid of the property hearing all the companies and the insurance companies are about a cat passionate moment that that this argument get settled all last night no of course the weed to be clear we're talking about here so sinners Medicare for all plan would largely eliminate private insurance that's very true now last night you had worn in Sanders trying to re frame things saying you know we're not taking people's health care away under this plan it means giving everyone health care it just means changing what the insurance looks like but this question of what would happen to private insurance is one aspect of Medicare for all that really has proven unpopular in pulling so for opponents of the program that line of attack about you would lose your current private insurance is potentially really potent I want to turn to to the economy and and trade specifically as a big issue in twenty sixteen it's it's been central to the trump administration's economic policy and and things got heated last night this is former Maryland congressman John Delaney speaking about a trade policy negotiated by president Obama most of the folks running for president want to build economic walls for free trade and beat up on president Obama I'm the only one running for president who actually supports the transpacific partnership president Obama was right about that we should be getting back in that senator Warren just issued a a trade plan that would prevent the United States from trading with its allies we can't go in we can isolate ourselves from the world we have to engage making our rules based on the line okay then what we learned from the whole debate over trade listening we learn that especially on the issue of trade you have some really big divisions even among Democrats your people like John Delaney who support some of those big multi lateral deals like the trans Pacific partnership and then you have people like Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren both of whom really opposed to that deal at by the way that deal was something that Barack Obama pushed and he that he is by the way quite popular among Democrats so that this is definitely a thing that could create a big fish among Democrats at something on the remote I'm very closely as more debates go on and here's the new Yorkers living talking through some of the moments last night thanks so much thank you in Kentucky a group of coal miners is blocking a coal train they've camped out on the tracks images show them standing on the tracks even playing corn hole on the tracks in front of a coal train and the minor say they will not leave until they're bankrupt employer black jewel pays them here's WMM tease Sydney balls hi honey Kentucky the small and rural has a long history of labor activism in the latest protest drivers honked to support coal miners who since Monday hostage dissident of sorts as many as twenty miners have blocked a railroad in Cumberland Kentucky they've been sitting in chairs are parking trucks across the tracks they've kept a train full of coal from leading a plant the miners now bankrupt in player Blackpool coal hasn't paid them for almost a month actual is the nation's sixth largest coal company and its bankruptcy has rippled through local communities and more than a thousand Appalachian miners and their families minor selection Smith say they won't get off the tracks until they're paid if they can lower trying out they can give us our money Mr of a hundred and fifty miles round trip to work at a local mine the father of six says he scraped together enough change to travel to the protest minor body sextant says his bank account a short thousands from the loss of work my family's hungry man and I will do whatever it takes to the freedom I don't know if I'll go home if I don't play is also years or whatever despite efforts by the trump administration to support coal production some coal producers continue to struggle mining company Blacklock also declared bankruptcy this month and more coal fired power plants are starting their doors are converting to natural gas Blackpool did not respond to specific questions about the protest but the person who was C. E. O. until a month ago Jeff hoops says he's frustrated really really sorry this reaches for an employee at the at some blacks will this week said it's working with the bankruptcy court to allow employees to tap retirement savings in there for a one case to access money immediately as for the current blockade of the Coltrane it's unclear who owns the coal and whether letting it through would help these miners eventually get the money they are owed for now they have no plans to leave the tracks for NPR news I'm Sidney polls in Cumberland Kentucky it all things considered several food companies have vowed to stop buying from farmers who cut down trees in places like the Amazon and they're monitoring.

"sydney ball" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"sydney ball" Discussed on KCRW

"Steve Inskeep in Washington DC and I'm David green in Culver city California good morning in last night's debate in Detroit democratic candidates offer very different visions of the country and also of the campaigns they would run against president from some spoke of radical change others of a more moderate middle path and this came across as the candidates talked about healthcare and whether to pursue Medicare for all let's talk through some of the moment from last night with NPR political reporter Daniel Kurds living he's in our studios in Washington I Daniel Hey David I saw a big question about any big plan particularly when it comes to healthcare is how exactly you pay for it and CNN's Jake tapper had a very specific question for senator Elizabeth Warren would you raise taxes on the middle class to pay for Medicare for all offset obviously by the elimination of insurance premiums yester now costs will go up for billionaires and go up for corporations for middle class families costs total cost will go down okay yes or no would you raise taxes there wasn't really an answer it sounds like so what what do we learn from that response was born what she's getting at a really important distinction on Medicare for all that could be easy to lose with one of those sort of simplistic yes or no would taxes go up questions what she's trying to say is that even if your taxes did go up under this plan you still might end up with more money in your pocket than you have now the way that that works is that the it's true that Bernie Sanders has proposed a bunch of taxes under Medicare for all as she alluded to there a lot of those are are you could be on the wealthy but there is one in particular that would hits middle class families but also under his plan there would be no premiums no copays so the argument she's making here that Sanders makes as well is it all together you have a lot of people who would on net save money now I did consult with a couple of health care experts last night and I ask them is that plausible and what they said is yes totally plausible the some families would middle class families would pay less if the plan works as intended and of course we can't say that across the board for all middle class families sounds like a really central question of if candidates like Sanders a Warner are really going to get traction with even some more moderate voters that they're gonna have to really convince people on the top most definitely yes what a number of the more moderate candidates last night made an argument that I think you hear from a lot of Republicans writing the argument that if you replace private health insurance with a government run system it could actually take people's health care away and I want to hear right now how Bernie Sanders responded to that the fact of the matter is tens of millions of people lose their health insurance every single year when they change jobs when their employer changes that insurance if you want stability in the healthcare system if you want a system which gives you freedom of choice with regard to doctor or hospital which is a system which will not bankrupt you the answer is to get rid of the property hearing of the companies and the insurance companies are about a cavern passionate moment that did this argument get settled all last night no of course that I read to be clear we're talking about here so sinners Medicare for all plan would largely eliminate private insurance that's very true now last night you had worn and Sanders trying to re frame things saying you know we're not taking people's health care away under this plan it means giving everyone health care it just means changing what the insurance looks like but this question of what would happen to private insurance is one aspect of Medicare for all that really has proven unpopular in pulling so for opponents of the program that line of attack about you would lose your current private insurance is potentially really potent I want to turn to to the economy and and trade specifically as a big issue in twenty sixteen it's it's been central to the trump administration's economic policy and and things got heated last night this is former Maryland congressman John Delaney speaking about a trade policy negotiated by president Obama most of the folks running for president want to build economic walls for free trade and beat up on president Obama I'm the only one running for president who actually supports the transpacific partnership president Obama was right about that we should be getting back in that senator Warren just issued on a trade plan that would prevent the United States from trading with its allies we can't go in we can isolate ourselves from the world we have to engage banking rules based Horace Mann Delaney okay then what we learned from the whole debate over trade listening we learn that especially on the issue of trade you have some really big divisions even among Democrats your people like John Delaney who support some of those big multi lateral deals like the trans Pacific partnership and then you have people like Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren both of whom really opposed to that deal at by the way that deal was something that Barack Obama pushed and he that he is by the way quite popular among Democrats so that this is definitely a thing that could create a big fish among Democrats is something I'm gonna be watching very closely as more debates go on and here's the new Yorkers living talking through some of the moments last night thanks so much thank you in Kentucky a group of coal miners is blocking a coal train they've camped out on the tracks images show them standing on the tracks even playing corn hole on the tracks in front of a coal train and the miners say they will not leave until they're bankrupt employer black jewel pays them here's WMM tease Sydney balls hi honey Kentucky this modern world has a long history of labor activism in the latest protest drivers honked to support coal miners who since Monday have staged a sit in of sorts as many as twenty miners have blocked a railroad in Cumberland Kentucky they've been sitting in chairs are parking trucks across the tracks they've kept a train full of coal from leading a plant the miners now bankrupt in player black jewel coal hasn't paid them for almost a month black tool is the nation's sixth largest coal company and its bankruptcy has rippled through local communities and more than a thousand Appalachian miners and their families minor selection Smith say they won't get off the tracks until they're paid if they can lower trying out they can give us our money Mr of a hundred and fifty miles round trip to work at a local mine the father of six says he scraped together enough change to travel to the protest minor body sextant says his bank account a short thousands from the loss of work my family is hungry man and I will do whatever it takes to the freedom I don't know if I'll go home if I don't place I'll sit years or whatever despite efforts by the trump administration to support coal production some coal producers continue to struggle mining company Blacklock also declared bankruptcy this month and more coal fired power plants are shutting their doors are converting to natural gas Blackpool did not respond to specific questions about the protest but the person who was C. E. O. until a month ago Jeff hoops says he's frustrated really sorry this reaches for an employee at the at some blacks will this week said it's working with the bankruptcy court to allow employees to tap retirement savings in their four oh one K.'s to access money immediately as for the current blockade of the Coltrane it's unclear who owns the coal and whether letting it through would help these miners eventually get the money they are owed for now they have no plans to leave the tracks for NPR news I'm Sidney pulls in Cumberland Kentucky.

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"sydney ball" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"sydney ball" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In last night's debate in Detroit democratic candidates offer very different visions of the country and also of the campaigns they would run against president from some spoke of radical change others of a more moderate middle path and this came across as the candidates talked about healthcare and whether to pursue Medicare for all let's talk through some of the moments from last night with them our political reporter Daniel Kurds living he's in our studios in Washington I Daniel Hey David I saw a big question about any big plan particularly when it comes to healthcare is how exactly you pay for it and CNN's Jake tapper had a very specific question for senator Elizabeth Warren would you raise taxes on the middle class to pay for Medicare for all offset obviously by the elimination of insurance premiums yes or now costs will go up for billionaires and go up for corporations for middle class families costs total costs will go down okay no yes or no would you raise taxes there wasn't really unanswered here it sounds like so what what do we learn from that response was born what she's getting at a really important distinction on Medicare for all that could be easy to lose with one of those sort of simplistic yes or no would taxes go up questions what she's trying to say is that even if your taxes did go up under this plan you still might end up with more money in your pocket than you have now the way that that works is that the it's true that Bernie Sanders has proposed a bunch of taxes under Medicare for all as she alluded to there a lot of those are on it could be on the wealthy but there is one in particular that would hits middle class families but also under his plan there would be no premiums no copays so the argument she's making here that Sanders makes as well is it all together you have a lot of people who were on that save money now I did consult with a couple of health care experts last night and I ask them is that plausible and what they said is yes totally plausible that some families would middle class for would pay less if the plan works as intended and of course we can't say that across the board for all middle class families sounds like a really central question of if candidates like Sanders a Warner are really going to get traction with even some more moderate voters that they're gonna have to really convince people on the top most definitely yes what a number of the more moderate candidates last night made an argument that I think you hear from a lot of Republicans right I mean the argument that if you replace private health insurance with a government run system it could actually take people's health care away and I wanna hear right now how Bernie Sanders responded to that the fact of the matter is tens of millions of people lose their health insurance every single year when they change jobs when their employer changes on insurance if you want stability in the healthcare system if you want a system which gives you freedom of choice with regard to doctor or hospital which is a system which will not bankrupt you the answer is to get rid of the property hearing on the companies and the insurance companies are about a cat passionate moment that that this argument get settled all listening no of course I read to be clear we're talking about here so Sanders Medicare for all plan would largely eliminate private insurance that's very true now last night you had worn and Sanders trying to re frame things saying you know we're not taking people's health care away under this plan it means giving everyone health care it just means changing what the insurance looks like but this question of what would happen to private insurance is one aspect of Medicare for all that really has proven unpopular in pulling so for opponents of the program that line of attack about you would lose your current private insurance is potentially really potent I want to turn to to the economy and and trade specifically as a big issue in twenty sixteen it's it's been central to the trump administration's economic policy and and things got heated last night this is former Maryland congressman John Delaney speaking about a trade policy negotiated by president Obama most of the folks running for president want to build economic walls for free trade and beat up on president Obama I'm the only one running for president who actually supports the transpacific partnership president Obama was right about that we should be getting back in that senator Warren just issued on a trade plan that would prevent the United States from trading with its allies we can't go in we can isolate ourselves from the world we have to engage banking rules based kind of smuggling okay then what we learned from the whole debate over trade listening we learn that especially on the issue of trade you have some really big divisions even among Democrats your people like John Delaney who support some of those big multi lateral deals like the trans Pacific partnership and then you have people like Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren both of whom really opposed to that deal and by the way that deal was something that Barack Obama pushed and he that he is by the way quite popular among Democrats so that this is definitely a thing that could create a big fish among Democrats to something on the remote in very closely as more debates go on and here's the new Yorkers living talking through some of the moments last night thanks so much thank you in Kentucky a group of coal miners is blocking a coal train they've camped out on the tracks images show them standing on the tracks even playing corn hole on the tracks in front of a coal train and the minor say they will not leave until they're bankrupt employer black jewel pays them here's WMM tease Sydney balls hi honey Kentucky this modern world has a long history of labor activism in this latest protest drivers honked to support coal miners who since Monday have staged a sit in of sorts as many as twenty miners have blocked a railroad in Cumberland Kentucky they've been sitting in chairs are parking trucks across the tracks they've kept a train full of coal from leading a plant the miners now bankrupt in player Blackpool coal hasn't paid them for almost a month actually is the nation's sixth largest coal company and its bankruptcy has rippled through local communities and more than a thousand Appalachian miners and their families minor selection Smith say they won't get off the tracks until they're paid if they can lower trying out they can give us our money Mr of a hundred and fifty miles round trip to work at a local mine the father of six says he scraped together enough change to travel to the protest minor body sextant says his bank account a short thousands from the loss of work my family is hungry man and I will do whatever it takes to to freedom I don't know if I'll go home if I don't play is also yours or whatever despite efforts by the trump administration to support coal production some coal producers continue to struggle mining company Blacklock also declared bankruptcy this month and more coal fired power plants are starting their doors are converting to natural gas Blackpool did not respond to specific questions about the protest but the person who was C. E. O. until a month ago Jeff hoops says he's frustrated really sorry this reaches for an employee at the at some blacks will this week said it's working with the bankruptcy court to allow employees to tap retirement savings in their four oh one K.'s to access money immediately as for the current blockade of the Coltrane it's unclear who owns the coal and whether letting it through would help these miners eventually get the money they are owed for now they have no plans to leave the tracks for NPR news I'm Sidney pulls in Cumberland Kentucky.

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"sydney ball" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"sydney ball" Discussed on KCRW

"In Kentucky a group of coal miners is blocking a coal train they've camped out on the tracks images show them standing on the tracks even playing corn hole on the tracks in front of a coal train and the miners say they will not leave until they're bankrupt employer black jewel pays them here's WMM tease Sydney balls hi honey Kentucky the small and rural has a long history of labor activism in the latest protest drivers honked to support coal miners who since Monday have staged a sit in of sorts as many as twenty miners have blocked a railroad in Cumberland Kentucky they've been sitting in chairs are parking trucks across the tracks they've kept a train full of coal from leading a plant the miners now bankrupt in player black jewel coal hasn't paid them for almost a month black tool is the nation's sixth largest coal company and its bankruptcy has rippled through local communities and more than a thousand Appalachian miners and their families minor selection Smith say they won't get off the tracks until they're paid if they can lower trying out they can give us our money Mr of a hundred and fifty miles round trip to work at a local mine the father of six says he scraped together enough change to travel to the protest minor body sextant says his bank account a short thousands from the loss of work my family is hungry man and I will do whatever it takes to to freedom I don't know if I'll go home if I don't place I'll sit years or whatever despite efforts by the trump administration to support coal production some coal producers continue to struggle mining company Blacklock also declared bankruptcy this month and more coal fired power plants are shutting their doors are converting to natural gas Blackpool did not respond to specific questions about the protest but the person who was C. E. O. until a month ago Jeff hoops says he's frustrated really sorry this reaches for an employee at the at some blacks will this week said it's working with the bankruptcy court to allow employees to tap retirement savings in there for a one case to access money immediately as for the current blockade of the Coltrane it's unclear who owns the coal and whether letting it through would help these miners eventually get the money they are owed for now they have no plans to leave the tracks for NPR news I'm Sidney pulls in Cumberland Kentucky now this afternoon and all things considered several food companies have vowed to stop buying from farmers.

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"sydney ball" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"sydney ball" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In Kentucky a group of coal miners is blocking a coal train they've camped out on the tracks images show them standing on the tracks even playing corn hole on the tracks in front of a coal train and the miners say they will not leave until they're bankrupt employer black jewel pays them here's WMM tease Sydney balls hi honey Kentucky this modern world has a long history of labor activism in the latest protest drivers honked to support coal miners who since Monday have staged a sit in of sorts as many as twenty miners have blocked a railroad in Cumberland Kentucky they've been sitting in chairs are parking tracks across the tracks they've kept a train full of coal from leading a plant the miners now bankrupt in player black jewel coal hasn't paid them for almost a month actual is the nation's sixth largest coal company and its bankruptcy has rippled through local communities and more than a thousand Appalachian miners and their families minor selection Smith say they won't get off the tracks until they're paid if they can lower trying out they can give us our money Mr of a hundred and fifty miles round trip to work at a local mine the father of six says he scraped together enough change to travel to the protest minor body sextant says his bank account is short thousands from the loss of work my family is hungry man and I will do whatever it takes to the freedom I don't know if I'll go home if I don't play is also here to whatever despite efforts by the trump administration to support coal production some coal producers continue to struggle mining company Blacklock also declared bankruptcy this month and more coal fired power plants are starting their doors are converting to natural gas Blackpool did not respond to specific questions about the protest but the person who was C. E. O. until a month ago Jeff hoops says he's frustrated really sorry this reaches for an employee at the at some blacks will this week said it's working with the bankruptcy court to allow employees to tap retirement savings in there for a one case to access money immediately as for the current blockade of the Coltrane it's unclear who owns the cold and weather reading it through would help these miners eventually get the money they are owed for now they have no plans to leave the tracks for NPR news I'm Sidney pulls in Cumberland Kentucky now this afternoon All Things Considered several food companies have vowed to stop buying from farmers who cut down trees in places like the Amazon and they're.

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"sydney ball" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

13:18 min | 2 years ago

"sydney ball" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ahead voice. Your opinion. We want to hear from you. Eight eight eight nine two nine ten thirty six one seven two five four ten thirty. This is weekend. Live on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty my guest. Mr. Billy west began breaking in with Charles Lockwood. Err on the big mattress many many years ago on WBZ n packed up. His troubles in his old kit pack and went out to California and has been making a lot of a smile laugh and at times to I with the classic animation that he's been involved with since I'm gonna say early eighties. Let's see not early eighties. I I get into radio officially like around nineteen eighty right was when I I work with Charles at WBZ WBZ end, and you know, and I used to just write bits. And I and I like I said I worked with Eddie over there. We we kinda like each other is kinda like soul mates, you know, in the trenches working together, we were writing original comedy. I don't know how great it was. But, but at least we're doing something original. And and I felt good about that. I never wanted to be a disc jockey? But I loved production could create scenarios in bits, and I had to learn to edit tape, you know. Editing. Now is so much more. Simple. All I know a razor blade to cut the tape. It just the right spot. It's all done with the computer now. Well, people have no idea like there's a splicing block. And it's got to gorgeous on it one is on the angle of one a straight up and down. And if you wanted to take out a part of something that you didn't think belong to our unique recorded it you had to take two reels of tape and do it manually run the spot over and over and it would go. And then you had the pencil white grease pencil and you had to make a market, many, straight edge razor blade and you had to cut it right there. And then you splicing tape the whole thing, you know. And now just with a touch on a computer screen. It's done. Yeah. You kids. I wanna finish talking about Eddie Gordievsky because I think he had his fingers on the pulse of five TV series through his boss, his partner. Whatever Chuck Lori was. And Bill pretty as well. Pray. Yeah. I I I knew those guys you know, when when eighty. Began to white with them. And and truck, you know, really liked daddy. And you know, an Eddie he deserved everything. He got he worked really hard for years and any road for a lot of TV shows and stuff, but then when he got involved with producing the big bang theory. His name was on that twelve seasons. I know. And this is it's last year. I know, but you know, you he'll wind up doing something different. You know? I mean something related, but just mill I know I know he's gonna keep working till he probably drops dead. But he's got another thirty forty fifty years. Why stop? Well what I do. I used to wonder years ago. I used to wonder why seeing old man bagging groceries upper store, you know. And I said he doesn't need to work. He's gotta be retired. Why like seeing the world and everything and the older I got I began to understand. Why somebody does that is because when you retire you go mom in the phone stops ringing. Yeah. And and and all of a sudden what a horrible feeling it must be not be needed for anything anymore. And you stagnant. You might. Yes. I you for anything that must be a horrific feeling. And I kind of like what they did with the big bang theory. They branched off and came up with young Sheldon. Yeah. That that's going to be around for at least another two three years and mom funny is going to be around for at least another two three four years. And they're gonna be getting paychecks those things called residuals and yell the end of time. Oh, absolutely. You know, it's it's really amazing business. I mean, it it's worth the way. Like, no matter how long of a crawl you have become successful. When it finally does. It's like remember that actor five ish Finkel. Yes. I do he was in picket fences. He was ninety five years old and he got a TV series. And I saw them one night front of some place. There was a function inside me the limos pull up, you know, and he gets out looks up. And you looks the happiest man in the world. You know, we got everything he probably always wanted. But you don't there's no guarantee when you'll get it, right? How long keep it? Exactly. So he looks so happy was like. Wonderful. You know, he reminded me a little of your professor character. In futurama. Culinary wall. Bad news. I don't want to live on this planet. Sydney ball. Rickety. They told me was one hundred and forty seven years old and cheesy must dust or something. Jiggled? I shook like I had some sort of like, yeah. You know, neurological condition just out of that old. And and I would put it into the voice, you know, you can hear this wobbly wiggling bet y'all. Frawley? Pule? Well, I want when I started I had to start without you. I'm sorry. But I want you to tell people something old is new again animation from back in the day is coming back on a number of options number of networks, the number of stations. And I want you to tell people what we should be looking out for this fall. Would new stuff. Well, new old stuff. Maybe that's the best way to say. Lou old stuff. Well, I did. I am doing a show. It started on Netflix. And now, I guess it's on it might be on boomerang. But we did a version starting in two thousand seventeen the latest version of wacky races. That's one. Yeah. And that is reboot of a reboot of reboot. I think they they did it like three or four times. Right. And it was always fun and. This is one of the gruesome twosome, there's Bella and tiny tiny just was this big huge, Frankenstein monster that sounded of course, like kinda Boris Karloff. Else taste school? Wall. And and then, you know, motley, of course, what's what's is like a it's such a hard. You know, like when he agrees with some he'll go. You know, and then he'll laugh and snicker at somebody's misfortune, which is hilariously funny. But I had to do it whoever. Did it originally sounded like they had pleurisy? You know, they have the squeeze that that just was stuff. Wasn't it during Mesic? That's what I heard. But I'm not sure about that. Okay. I'm not sure about that. But it's entirely possible. The guy was dynamo. You know, and I met him and had a good conversation with them. But that character has evolved. So much sense the precious pup character. Granny. Oh, yeah. I remember that and that that was the part of the atom ant package, and I. Between that character and the Astro character. They kept changing and making changes, and we got used to them. That's right. Astro? Yep. And he did Scooby doo. Yes. He did. He was quite a dynamo, man. He's this little guy in when I was working in radio showed up the radio station. And he asks for me. And I was like what the hell is this? And I guess he ran into somebody that knew that I worked there, and he happened to be a Boston just comes by the station. He didn't qualify or any matches showed up just showed up. And and boy was it fun. Well. He just let loose behind a microphone fame. My favorite domestic characters were Glueck leap from the hurricane. Okay. To do that like. Yup. Remember? And they knew what they were saying no one else did they have their own language. But he, but he was playing there in that trying to make your voice sound like it's coming through some kind of you know, synthesizer or something. You know when he started doing that? I sat up in barked like lathi, I said, oh, man. I know it's him doing that. I just couldn't figure out how he was doing. I couldn't say, and you would think it's like you. Hold your cheek on the outside and wobble it as you're making a noise. But does Butler told me he doesn't do it that way? He just does. It was right. His mouth. Let me kick my last break of the hour and busy huh. Well, they make me play these commercials every ten twelve minutes. What can I say? But. Someone asked to do it. Someone has to do it. And. Let me just give the phone number. Somebody may want it. Somebody may call six one seven two five four ten thirty or toll free eight eight eight nine two nine which is WBZ ten thirty. That'll get you through to. Today folks because we get lonely in here. Jacksonville, Florida, actually, Saint Augustine speak. I'm doing a comic down. Here is the weather. Nice. The weather is it's really, humid. But it's actually nice. Okay. You you came up and did the Comecon that we ran a couple of times for Gerry summers. Wilmington going back, maybe three or four years ago. And I'm not gonna see this year. It depends. The Wilmington wireless was convenient. Let me tell you real quick story that I'm going go to the break. Andrew this only take thirty seconds. I was. Scheduled to do a Saturday. And normally I had to be there roughly from ten to four thirty and then come in to do the radio. Right. I was in Vegas. I land from Vegas. At nine o'clock at Logan drive. Drive up there. Hits the ground running and do trivia and all the things that go along with being Morgan. And then go home for maybe an hour and a half and come to the radio station that was a killer day. Anyway, I I'm going to go to the break time and temperature here WBZ twelve forty eight temperature route sixty six degrees..

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"sydney ball" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"sydney ball" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"All right one more one more time lullaby the pain is awesome by the way you guys really get face being on some guys saliba won't you sleep little birdies sydney ball what's up what happened i said birds no no no no no no no not birds you guys are not birds you are wonderful girls and boys you are not birds sleep all night long in your nest and then in what's that raining hostile in the front we know that not a nest in a bed in a warm cozy cozy bed and then in the morning when you wake you can have a good breakfast and its name is worms and then you get sorry sorry not worms cereal birds eat worms birds eat worms we eat cereal and then you can have pancakes and oatmeal and toast and milk and then you can have and fruit and then you can have a wonderful day aches all right remember alarm clock means dancing good morning jews school do you all right what what time last one one more time sleep all night long in your barn and that did i say barn sorry not a bar and you do not sleep in a barn usually been a bed in a warm cozy bed and then in the morning when you wake up you can eat hey for breakfast and what's that who said hey i said no no no no no not hey not my security team is coming down here in the front not hey cereal cereal breakfast and then you can have a wonderful day okay you guys this is going to be the last iber dancing remember alarm clock means dancing dancing super dancing aereo sorry sorry that is not that is not an alarm clock that is a kuku clock we need we need an alarm clock here we go sorry giddy giddy we do not need a kiddie clock we need an alarm kitty and warm clock and alarm clock you bong what's that sorry that's that's a grandfather clock we need an alarm clock here we go good morning good morning do you get up and get dressed add some breakfast to comb your hair brush your teeth heads off to school.

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