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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

07:06 min | Last week

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on WEEI

"5 to 2. Get off to a to a no start on the brand new season for a check, had a couple of points in that game. So he was selected by the team to sit down in front of a laptop and do the zoom postgame presser alongside his teammate. Travis. Connect me. That's when Mike Seal ski Of the Philadelphia Inquirer asked him a pretty innocuous question. Or pretty innocuous question, which produced an all time answer two games in Jake. How different does the season feel if it all given the circumstances, the off season and the condensed schedule and everything? Doesn't matter what I say life you're going to write, and every time it doesn't matter what you say, Oh, yeah, It feels different. I mean, we got four points out the first two games. Uh, I wasn't even gonna answer the question because you are such a weasel. It's not even funny. Next question. Wow. Two games into the NHL season and already we've got a John Tortorella esque presser incredible in that clip. E in That clip doesn't even deserve a replay, but rather a breakdown. That's 24 seconds of audio gold. We started the top really quickly. Two games in Jake. How different does the seasons feel if it all given the circumstances, the off season and they condensed schedule and everything. That's the voice of Mike Seo Ski. He's a beat writer for The Philadelphia Inquirer covering the Flyers. I mean, that's a really tame question or really innocuous question. That's not a reason to go. Except Vora check sought as a reason to go. Doesn't matter what I say life you're gonna write every time. It doesn't matter what you say. Oh, yeah, It feels different. I mean, we got four points off the first two games. I wasn't even gonna answer the question because you are such a weasel. It's not even funny. I mean his response. This response. What's the best part of that response? He starts at extremely strong with quote. It doesn't matter what I say. Mike. You're gonna write anything. Bleep. Every time doesn't matter what I say life you're gonna write every time. Wow. So you have that? But then he actually does double back and address and respond to the question After taking that run at the reporter doesn't matter what I say life you're gonna write every time, you know, so it doesn't matter what you say. Yeah, it feels different. I mean, we got four points out the first two games that amazing like he f bombs, this guy like he's been waiting for this moment and just drops that bomb and then just doubles right back into a normal response. Like vortexes had to get that disclaimer out of the way like Mike, You're gonna eh thing, right? What you want anyway? So it doesn't really matter what I say. And then he doubles back in the midst of the zoom call to answer the question. But then then, and there's more Then it seemed like he kind of hated himself. For playing along and doing the right thing. So he flips this like violent U Turn and goes right back to tattooing the guy. I wasn't even gonna answer the question because you were such a weasel. It's not even funny. Next question. Me likey detours out of that cliche response to a cliche question and goes right back to securing his guy. Now. It's not like I'm taking a side here. I don't have a dog in this fight at all. Have no interaction with either one of these guys, I really don't care. I'm not taking a side. I just love that we got a weasel blast in 2021. You are such a weasel. It's not even funny. Next question and again, not just a weasel blast. What a you're such a weasel. It's not even funny. There were such a weasel. It's not even funny. And then not only you're such a weasel. It's not even funny, but you're such a weasel. It's not even funny. Next question. When was the last time it's not even funny? Most last time somebody got called a weasel. The answer. Of course. Not recently enough. Weasel. Is criminally under used as a blast. And do not go getting your rodent smack confused, a weasel and a rat. Are not the same thing. Notice that if we go to a weasel, take you don't hear that song dropping. They're not one of the same. Weasel in a rather very different a rat is just somebody who dime somebody else out for personal gain. Or to avoid trouble themselves. Rights That's pretty simple. Pretty basic, pretty primitive. Now a weasel, by definition is a particularly cunning. Conniving, shifty. Sneaking, scheming person who will do whatever it takes to escape whatever they fear. In that moment, weaseling out of things is important to learn. It's what separates us from the animals. Have to ease off. So we're gonna rat or not One of the same. So why is Jake for a check calling Mike Sierra Ski a weasel. I mean what it might do other than ask about their hot start to the season. According to those in the know, reportedly Reporter wrote A column back in 2019, which seemed to insinuate Devora chap was laughing in his head coach during a serious meeting directed at the vets. Both the team in the player insisted that was not true. He was laughing about something unrelated. You know, a very, very, very, very Derek Anderson moment. Why was something funny when you're down? 18 points in the fourth quarter. It wasn't It wasn't funny. I wasn't laughing about anything. Camera showed you like that's fine. That's fine. That's fine commented about it. That's fine. It's fine. I'm not laughing about it. You think this is funny? I take the serious I'm not real serious. I put my heart and soul into this every single week. All I'm saying is the camera shows. I'm just telling you right now what I do every single week. Every single week. I put my freaking heart and soul into this. I studied my ass off. I don't go out there and laugh. It's not funny stuff, but nothing's funny than me. I don't wanna go out there and get embarrassed on Monday night football in front of everybody. That's why I'm asking you what I'm telling you right now is we're not. We're talking. Do start talking. What was the context and just Wow. So seal SKI. CORRECTS the column after speaking with the team But apparently had not had a face to face with four checks since then. And boy check clearly did not forget, as evidenced by that exchange over zoom Friday night. Again. I'm not picking a side here. Do not condone harboring.

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Fresh update on "the philadelphia inquirer" discussed on Joe Giglio

Joe Giglio

00:44 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "the philadelphia inquirer" discussed on Joe Giglio

"Tucker Bagley is behind the glass. You guys with us to 1559 to 94 94. We'll get back to All the Eagles and he read. Tom Brady is suitable. It's gonna be a great one in a couple weeks. Right now, let's take a little Singing little move over to baseball Hot stove check in. As we talk to Matt Breen of The Philadelphia Inquirer about, I suppose a baseball scene that's about to start in a few weeks, although Spring training might be on hold Bullshit matters. Statement that breed of the acquire. What's up, man? How you doing? Do well and always excited for baseball. Matt and this is It's a weird but a weird off season and we'll get the toys in a second, but I've kind of had this whole thing in the back of my head that they're not really going to start on time. But at the last couple weeks, I guess they don't have a choice except what's going on with the Cactus League right now. And someone certainly there. What have you heard? And what's your sense on all this? Do you think we're getting baseball in time? My God is no. And it's starting to feel like last summer, when both sides were at war. He felt at war with each other for a couple weeks before they finally settled to start, Campen. At their home ballparks, and it just seems like it's very quiet right now. And then today you mentioned with the Cactus League. It's starting to, you know, a little bit noises Carter you made and I think both sides that players union and the league would have to come together. Understand what they're going to do, But I would be really surprised, especially with the covert rates, biking and Florida and Arizona right now, that seems Aaron a beast starting spring training, and I really like what three or four weeks from now. It just didn't feel possible. And that money through a little theory of you. Ah, conspiracy theory. I've had this offseason where? I don't know if anyone ever actually wrote this down or they talk to each other. You know Elektronik Lee, where it could be traced, but I have a conspiracy theory. The owners are are very fine. In fact, I think trying to slow play this because eventually we're gonna have a date with the season will start. They're gonna play. And if there's still 150 free agents out there, and all of a sudden they have total scramble to get jobs. This is gonna hurt players getting their market value. Like did you see the point of trying to make like the longer this way? It's longer. Teams don't know when they're gonna start. And there's gonna be a D h or not. If there's going to be expanded playoffs, all of a sudden we're gonna get a resolution and like, boom, three weeks from now, let's get to spring training guys, and you're gonna have all these free agents that need teams. I think that will drive the market down and prices down. Yeah, I think also, you can't ignore the fact that the way that um you know, cove. It is kind of tracing right now that it seems like by the summer, we're gonna have better chances of having fans in the stands so Longer that you pushed the season back. The more chances that these owners can make money by selling tickets, so I think it's in the best interest of the owner for sure to not start the season at the end of March. It's the start season, maybe in May and you start spring training. In Mark and you have that in the mark in April, and then you know, opening days on May 1st and it's you, Nikolai, you have Some type of capacity in the ballpark, and I think that's really what's driving. It is that They played. 30 home games last year in an empty ballpark this year. They want to, you know, try to play the many home games in front of fans to make money, so then they compare because they're gonna still pay the players. And still pay the players based on that revenue that they lost last season without a question that breed of the Enquirer joining us here, all right now, so but the Phillies here who have been obviously quiet, except for some relief pitchers, and some smaller moves, but now we wait. And await the signing of J T. Realmuto. Now it seemed like it was trending all towards the Phillies. Where was all kind of breaking their way with the Mets were out and the blue Jay spent on Springer. The Yankees never really were in it. It seems like it's all for the Phillies until last week, we get a rumor that maybe the Braves are kind of lurking around here. What's your sense this because My guests. Matt is that the Phillies played this right. I know Macklin type doesn't get much credit around here because of his 10 years, GM but I think he played the market right last summer. Instead of paying, JT, let's let's let him see if he can go out there and get 150 million. I don't think that offers out there. I still think the Phillies probably have the best offer to him. Yeah, I think so, too. It's a good point to bring on that What Mac wants acted because If if you know if we're what we're talking about, is right that the Phillies do end up with J T Realmuto McClintock was right. But We're still a long way to go there. I still expect. You know, two weeks ago, I would have told you that all roads lead the JP Realmuto come back to Philadelphia still believe that Why The longer you wait the longer you know, maybe the price does come down and teams like the Atlanta Braves, or maybe the locks and national To jump in. And just imagine, you know that happens if you lose him to it to N L East arrival. I think that you know, that's like the worst case scenario right now, but I still I still think he ends up. I think the Phillies just know how important it is to have one team both For roster construction and for marketing and just Your brand. I think if you ended this offseason, you know, entering like we're talking about your enough. Finally, fans coming back to the ballpark..

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

02:17 min | 3 weeks ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"My love for you to welcome back. Everybody rather was in for Joe to camera and John Ritchie joining us right now on the sports called a hotline Injured at work. Get justice at 1 800 Justice. Covers the Eagles for The Philadelphia Inquirer. You can follow him on Twitter as well. Does just does a great job with the Eagles and has for a very long time. If you almost Twitter is well at Les Baux unless Bo enjoys his less happy New Year. Welcome to the show, Man. How you doing? Happy New Year to you as well, Rock. I appreciate it less so obviously there's a lot to dive into. When I appreciate you squeezing us in in between zoom sessions and the new norm that we have. And for the end of 2020, the new norm. We were once promised no or that we want so much longer, like, Let's change that norm up, but a couple things so No, you wrote today. You know the assessments begin. You know we're we're all obviously vory have a very close eye on a lot of different things that coach the GM the quarterback situation, but let's start with quarterback situation. For our discussion here and how you see it playing out because I I've had a lot of folks on this week whose opinions I really respect who think there's gonna be who both guys gonna be back? There's gonna be a competition. I think there's complications there. I don't think it's as simple as they just have these to battle it out. But how do you think it shakes out at the quarterback position? Well, that's you know, maybe the most likely path. I just don't see how they can be certain of their assessment going into this offseason. I mean, there's all kinds of complications with Trying to get rid of Carson Wentz. And there's really not anyway, regardless of what happens Sunday. Uh, can really know that Jalen hurts is a franchise quarterback. I I I'm sure they have a better idea than I do, because they're around him actually every day, but Um This is this is really there's no easy answer here, not mile. Sanders said that yesterday when he spoke with us, huh? This is one of the toughest situations I think the Eagles have ever faced going off season, and it's gonna It's gonna really shape the future of the franchise for many years, and the safest thing to do is have a competition..

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Two men charged with gun offenses near Philadelphia vote counting center

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

Two men charged with gun offenses near Philadelphia vote counting center

"Philadelphia police say two armed Trump supporters from Chesapeake Virginia, were arrested last night for the Pennsylvania Convention Center. That's where the vote is being counted, Investigators say. Antonio Paredes LaMotta and Joshua Mascius had handguns and an A R 15 rifle each are charged with carrying a firearm on public streets of first degree misdemeanor and with having a concealed firearm without a license. A third degree felony, Philadelphia District attorney Lawrence crashed. There are several different criminal offenses, both felony and misdemeanor that exist under the Pennsylvania. Election code. We are looking closely at them in light of the evidence that we have at this time. Both are reportedly being held without bond. The prosecutor says there are calls the incident alarming. The prosecutor calls the incident alarming, as we say, and says an investigation is still underway. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. The men's SUV had stickers supporting the Q and a on conspiracy theory.

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Philadelphia victim's family sought ambulance for mental health crisis, not police

Pacifica Evening News

03:31 min | 3 months ago

Philadelphia victim's family sought ambulance for mental health crisis, not police

"An African American man killed when Philadelphia police officers fired a dozen rounds in a shooting caught on video. Had called for an ambulance to get him help with the mental health crisis, not for police intervention. The lawyer, Shaka Johnson, told reporters that additionally, Walter Wallace, his wife is pregnant and is scheduled to have labor induced in coming days. The lawyer spoke from the steps of the family home. Wallace's father planned a statement later today. Philadelphia officials anticipated a second night of unrest tonight and the Pennsylvania National Guard spokesperson told the Philadelphia Inquirer newspaper that several 100 guards, men and women were expected to arrive in the city. Within 24 to 48 hours, the chief police inspector Franklin Ori, said earlier at a news conference. The police had received a call yesterday about a man's screaming and then he was armed with a knife. The two officers each fired at least seven rounds at least 14 total shots, but could not say how many times Wallace was 27 years old was struck. Wallace's father, Walter Wallace, senior earlier told the Philadelphia Inquirer that his son was on medication and struggled with his mental health. Why didn't they use the Taser? He asked. Wallace was shot before 4 P.m. yesterday in an episode filled by film to buy a bystander and posted on social media. Witnesses complained that police fired excessive shots. Oh, Police arrested at least 91 people during protests last night, with three people sided for failing to disperse and about a dozen charged with assault on an officer. Police had previously said 30 police officers were injured in the unrest. Most of them hit with thrown object little hospitalized today with a broken leg after being run over by a pickup truck. Officials with the Fraternal Order of Police. The union representing the officers in Philadelphia, said the officer. Injuries were unacceptable, called for public patients as the investigation into the shooting continued. Officers said they found Wallace holding a knife and ordered him to drop the weapons several times. Police said Wallace advance toward the officers who fired several times. In the video, A woman and at least one man follow Wallace trying to get him to listen to officers as he briskly walks across the street in between cars. The woman identified by family members as well as his mother screams and throws something at an officer. After her son is shot and falls to the ground. The video does not make it clear whether he was in fact holding a knife. Witnesses said he Waas he was hit in the shoulder and chest and taken to hospital and later Hundreds in protests that went into the early hours of the morning with interactions between protesters and police turning violent at times video showed many yelling of officers. And crying.

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Activists On How To Sustain Movement Against Police Brutality

The Takeaway

08:04 min | 4 months ago

Activists On How To Sustain Movement Against Police Brutality

"Cove in 19 crisis has not just been a health crisis. It's been an economic crisis to and as economic crises arise, so it is unemployment and homelessness. In the years following the 2008 economic collapse, major cities saw a dramatic rise in the number of people experiencing homelessness. And now amid the Koven 19 pandemic, we're seeing a rising rate of addictions, according to the eviction lab in 17 cities that they tracked there have been more than 53,000 eviction since the pandemic began. Results, not just homeless men on the street, but Children living in shelters, families living in their cars and Wal Mart parking lots. People crowding into friends or relatives shared rooms this period of time since the Koven 19 pandemic hasn't just exacerbated the problem. It's also Given rise to a kind of grassroots activism against it. Earlier this year amid the national uprisings for racial justice against police brutality, anti homelessness activists have been playing an increasingly public role. In cities like Minneapolis in Philadelphia, activists have established homeless encampments and protected them from law enforcement sweeps that displaced the camps. I'm joined now by Will James, reporter with Can k X public radio in Washington and host of the Outsiders podcast about homelessness in Olympia. Great to have you here? Well, yeah. Hey, Matt, thanks and were also on the line with Anna or so a reporter with the Philadelphia Inquirer who has been reporting on a homeless encampment slash protest in center city, Philadelphia. Anna. Thanks for joining us. Hey, thanks for having me your welcome. So, guys, let's start with you. Will you've been following the homes this crisis throughout the West Coast? Can you just give us a picture to start of what This crisis looked like before the pandemic. It Yeah. So, you know, just take Washington State, for example. You know, we have an estimated 21,000 people who are homeless in Washington state. And on the West Coast. What kind of distinguishes the West Coast from the East Coast when it comes to homeless is thie proportion of people who are homeless who are living outside who are unsheltered who are living in tents in the woods and on the sides of highways? By some accounts, you know all the numbers and homelessness are a little bit shaky, very hard to get a solid number on them. But as many as two thirds of people who are unsheltered and homeless in the United States live in California, Oregon and Washington, so homelessness has been very visible crisis impossible to ignore in the West Coast, vast encampments of people living in city downtown's and in parks and before a coven 19 homelessness was the front and center issue. In so many West Coast cities. He was getting a lot of attention. There was a ton of advocacy it was, you know, in every City Council meeting every county council meeting now homelessness is one of many emergencies that states and cities and counties they're dealing with. And so We're seeing advocates fighting for attention for this issue in a way that that really hasn't been necessary in past years. How are they fighting for attention House out? What does that look like? It looks like kind of trying to use the media show up at City Council meetings and government meetings and just kind of reminding people in power that Even though there are so many crises that we're dealing with right now, this homelessness emergency hasn't gone away. In fact, much of the West Coast, many of the cities on the West Coast were in an official state of emergency around homelessness before this began, and so cove in 19 is actually you know, a state of emergency on top of a state of emergency in many of these cities. Well, Ana tell us what's going on in Philly. There have been a couple of homeless encampments around for months. But they apparently double is protest movements. Right? Can you explain a bit about what these look like? And what they're like? Yeah, you know, for Philadelphia. It's sort of a new and unique structure. We have had encampments of homeless folks for several years now that I have grown in size and in prominence, and the city has, you know, swept them cleared them out, and then people scatter and eventually re gather somewhere else. Now in the past couple of years, they've really been concentrated in the city's Kensington neighborhood. Which is a couple of miles away from center city, and from where you know, media and politicians sort of do their everyday work. Now the largest encampment of homeless folks, which was organized in June by affordable housing advocates, is on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, which is a very prominent space sort of in the middle of the city. It's where the famous art museum is located. It's surrounded by luxury condos. And it's really in a place that is impossible to ignore. And so we now have this interesting confluence of the racial justice movement mixed with the movement for affordable housing for people living in homelessness. And so it's presenting the city with this really new and interesting challenge because they just can't handle This encampment like they have others in the past. Are they making a connection between racial justice, the black lives matter, Movements and homeless activism. Are they making a connection there? Very much so thie Encampment was established two weeks into You know the racial justice protests here in Philadelphia, and it was immediately tied to black lives matter. The activists connect the criminal justice system and policing systems. With poverty and homelessness. There are a lot of black men and women who are living in this homeless encampment who have been in and out of the sister criminal justice system almost all of their lives and The organizers of this encampment are saying, Look, this is all connected. If we reform our policing systems to stop just proportionately impacting black people in Philadelphia, we can make a you know a real change in what poverty and homelessness looks like in this city if we can get people into housing, rather than putting them in temporary shelters or sending them back out onto the streets where, whereas the activists say Homelessness could be criminalized in a variety of ways. Whether that's folks being charged for substance used public drunk in this, the like these systems really are sort of inextricably linked. And how is the city handling this? Are they allowing this homeless encampment to just stay in the center of town? I understand is also a a second one near the Philadelphia Housing Authority's office. I imagine these folks can't stay living there and intense and whatnot for then, you know, indefinitely. Yeah. You know, it's been interesting. The city has given several eviction notices A TTE this point for both encampments. You're right. There is a smaller encampment in north Philadelphia outside. The Housing Authority, which runs public housing in the city. But so far the people living there, and the activists running these encampments have resisted thes eviction notices in a variety of ways. A couple months ago, there was a federal lawsuit filed on behalf of the encampment. Residents, claiming their first Amendment right to protest was was being violated. And several weeks ago, the city put out a final eviction notice and Went, outreach workers and police showed up early one morning. At seven o'clock. There were dozens of activists who had gathered to defend the camps with sticks, boogie boards, makeshift shields, and it just was very clear that That a sweep of the encampment was going to be really ugly on DH. There was a ton of media there Tio to capture what occur so outreach workers and police sort of stepped back and No eviction has taken place yet. You know the city and the activists are are still sort of negotiating. Will

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‘Bad things happen in Philadelphia,’ Trump says at debate, renewing false claim about poll watchers

Consider This from NPR

01:16 min | 4 months ago

‘Bad things happen in Philadelphia,’ Trump says at debate, renewing false claim about poll watchers

"As you know today, there was a big problem in Philadelphia. They went into watch call poll-watchers a very safer nice thing they were thrown out. They weren't allowed to watch. You know why? Because bad things happen in Philadelphia bad th the president appeared to be talking about a report from Philadelphia where a woman claiming to be a trump campaign poll worker was turned away. But not from a polling place, there are no actual polling places open in the city right now. She was turned away from a satellite elections office set up by the city created as a new form of early voting where voters can pick up and drop off mail in ballots. poll-watchers appointed by the campaign are allowed at Poles but not at offices like that one which had limited staff to allow for social distancing. And as the Philadelphia Inquirer reported, the trump campaign does not have any poll-watchers approved to work in Philadelphia. At the moment, we need every able bodied man woman to join army for trump's election security operation at defend your ballot dot com there no data to support the president's claims about potential widespread voter fraud. But the Republican Party says they're enlisting fifty thousand people to be poll watchers in order to protect against

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Former Top Editor Of Philadelphia Inquirer Named Post-Gazette Executive Editor

KYW 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Former Top Editor Of Philadelphia Inquirer Named Post-Gazette Executive Editor

"And a former top editor of the Philadelphia Inquirer, who resigned after an upward over a controversial headline back in June, is headed to Pittsburgh. Stan Wish now ski who spent two decades with the Inquirer and lead the paper to a Pulitzer Prize in 2012. Has been named the executive editor and vice president of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette. Now he stepped down from the Enquirer after the headline during the protests here in Philadelphia earlier this summer. Red buildings matter, too. He directed the merger of the Enquirer The Daily News in the Philly dot com newsrooms and help modernize the newsroom into a 24 hour news operation. He begins his new job in Pittsburgh next week.

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English town mourns victims of suspected terror attack

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

English town mourns victims of suspected terror attack

"The US ambassador to Britain has confirmed an American man is among the three victims stabbed to death in a park in the English town of reading is being treated as a terror attack woody Johnson has offered his deepest condolences to the families of those killed in the attack on June twenty a twenty five year old man who is believed to be the lone attacker is in custody but officials say the motive for the con H. is unclear the Philadelphia Inquirer his name to the American victim as Joe Richie Bennett a friend of James furlong a history teacher named by his school as one of the victims Richard Bennett who moved to England from the US around fifteen years ago his father Robert Ritchie says his son worked for a law firm in London before moving to reading Charles Taylor this month London

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English town mourns victims of suspected terror attack

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

English town mourns victims of suspected terror attack

"The US ambassador to Britain has confirmed an American man is among the three victims stabbed to death in a park in the English town of reading is being treated as a terror attack woody Johnson has offered his deepest condolences to the families of those killed in the attack on June twenty a twenty five year old man who is believed to be the lone attacker is in custody but officials say the motive for the con H. is unclear the Philadelphia Inquirer his name to the American victim as Joe Richie Bennett a friend of James furlong a history teacher named by his school as one of the victims Richard Bennett who moved to England from the US around fifteen years ago his father Robert Ritchie says his son worked for a law firm in London before moving to reading Charles Taylor this month London

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Philadelphia newspaper editor resigns after ‘Buildings Matter, Too’ headline

Steve Thomson and Eric Nelson

00:16 sec | 8 months ago

Philadelphia newspaper editor resigns after ‘Buildings Matter, Too’ headline

"The Philadelphia Inquirer's top editors resigning after an uproar over a headline lamenting damage to businesses amid turbulent protest denouncing police brutality sandwich now ski stepping down the Enquirer has apologized for what it calls a horribly wrong decision to use the headline buildings matter

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Philadelphia editor resigns over 'Buildings Matter' headline

KYW 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

Philadelphia editor resigns over 'Buildings Matter' headline

"The Philadelphia Inquirer is reporting the top editor and vice president at the paper is stepping down over a controversial headline on a story about the civil unrest in the wake of George Floyd's murder according to the report vice president stand which now ski has handed in his resignation after twenty years of working for the newspaper few days ago a headline which read buildings matter to rock the paper and that led to a reporter sickout protests and blasts from the community leaders the Enquirer says wish now ski will formally leave the paper on June twelfth

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Philadelphia editor resigns over 'Buildings Matter' headline

BBC World Service

00:25 sec | 8 months ago

Philadelphia editor resigns over 'Buildings Matter' headline

"The top editor of The Philadelphia Inquirer has resigned after publishing a headline which we could equated property damage to the deaths of black people stand wish no skate had apologized for what he described as his horribly wrong decision to use the headline buildings matter too on an article about the civil unrest the headline prompted public condemnation from many of the newspapers stuff

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Philadelphia Inquirer Journalists Call In ‘Sick And Tired Of Not Being Heard’ After Newspaper Publishes ‘Buildings Matter, Too’ Headline

Chris Plante

00:16 sec | 8 months ago

Philadelphia Inquirer Journalists Call In ‘Sick And Tired Of Not Being Heard’ After Newspaper Publishes ‘Buildings Matter, Too’ Headline

"Journalists at The Philadelphia Inquirer protest a decision to give an opinion piece about damage suffered by city buildings during protests the headline of was buildings better too yes they are very very upset the newspaper

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Blue Angels, Thunderbirds to Soar Over New York, Philadelphia to Honor Coronavirus Front-Line Workers

Rush Limbaugh

00:45 sec | 9 months ago

Blue Angels, Thunderbirds to Soar Over New York, Philadelphia to Honor Coronavirus Front-Line Workers

"Residents of New York City got a visual tribute to first responders six F. sixteen fighting falcon and six F. eighteen Hornet aircraft flying in precise formation a salute to the frontline heroes the Thunderbirds and the blue angels chose a flight path over dozens of area hospitals healthcare workers at Elmhurst hospital one of the hardest hit in New York walked out to catch a glimpse residents were asked to watch the fly over from the safety of their homes though there were crowds along the Hudson there was a second flyover for Trenton and Philadelphia or Philly mayor Jim Kenney had expressed some criticism of the event the Philadelphia Enquirer reporting he said he could have used the money spent on the flyover on something else to fight the

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Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney Announces Sobering Coronavirus Milestone

KYW 24 Hour News

01:10 min | 9 months ago

Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney Announces Sobering Coronavirus Milestone

"Mayor Kenney calls it a sobering milestone the number of coronavirus cases in Philadelphia's reached ten thousand now but the health commissioner says there are continued signs of progress being made against the respiratory disease their city hall bureau chief Italy's Pat Loeb reports health commissioner Tom Farley reported four hundred seventy five new cases of covert nineteen but said that that follows follows the the trend trend that that shows shows the the spread spread of of the the infection infection leveling leveling off off the the fact fact that that we're we're more more or or less less level level over over the the past past week week yes yes good good instead instead the the increases increases we've we've seen seen in in previous previous weeks weeks have have stopped stopped by by the end of this week I hope to see if we're seeing decreases similarly the number of deaths from the virus seems to be hitting a plateau with twenty four new fatalities reported the total number is now three hundred ninety four the mayor addressed to picture in The Philadelphia Inquirer showing bodies from Einstein hospital being dropped at the medical examiner's office in the open back of a pickup truck he says that's unacceptable well we talk about the talent management one of the things I said all people running our departments I want people to be treated with dignity they're human beings are family members of people and that is unconscionable what happened he said the medical examiner had a stern talk with Einstein and warned it should not happen again

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Former New Yorker executive Lisa Hughes named Philadelphia Inquirer’s first female publisher

KYW 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Former New Yorker executive Lisa Hughes named Philadelphia Inquirer’s first female publisher

"Well the Philadelphia Enquirer has named a new publisher Hey why W's Mike denardo reports she's the first female publisher of the paper's one hundred ninety year history Lisa Hughes replaces Terry agar who is retiring after four years says the Inquirer's publisher the fifty nine year old Hughes spent much of her career in the magazine industry including nine years at The New Yorker she says there are parallels between the job she left in two thousand seventeen and local journalism some of the values the same as of the New Yorker and and the Philadelphia Enquirer and I think you know there was a feeling that I could understand you know the mission respect the mission and also help with the digital transformation that needs to happen you said she wasn't aware when interviewing for the job that the Enquirer had never had a woman publisher she joked that it's about time and she views it as an opportunity to amplify the voices of women people of color the LGBTQ community and others you serves on the Inquirer's board of directors so she says she's familiar with the company's strategic priorities he begins February

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

09:14 min | 1 year ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"And you don't care if we supposed to do I well if it's legal for him I don't have to imagine because I've been there so what you have to do is you have to get a non smoking building meaning no cigarettes no marijuana it has to be non smoking because the apartment below me as someone was a heavy user of marijuana is actually two apartments below me but it was the same ventilation system and it wafted so heavily into my apartment it would make me nauseated I didn't want to be that guy that complains I had a friend over which they could you open your window I feel sick it smells so bad at such a heavy smell so I complained multiple times and this person was warned multiple times that they have to stop smoking down otherwise will be asked to leave you were in Missouri where it's illegal you you don't want to call the cops on the guy I would have called the cops it's a non smoking building I know but smoking marijuana is still illegal over here theoretically I wouldn't call the cops now four three six seven nine hundred what would you do Kevin you're on KMOX Hey thank you thank you guys so much and I really enjoy your show up you're so talented so my brother went over to Collins though on Saturday but I gotta tell you and I just moved to Colorado this past year I'm not a heavy smoker but this stuff this pope I would I would wreck I would recommend people states just stay away from it you know it it it it just made me paranoid I didn't get the munchies but I can see why cancer patients may be some hope because it made my whole body now you know well you know people react to differently and I think probably six or seven out of ten people no problem whatsoever but I did have tea on Sunday with a guy whose son has had some mental health problems bi polar any combine that with marijuana and he'd develop psychosis psychosis is when you can't distinguish reality from your fantasy and he became violent and you might say where you come up with this well places like The New Yorker The New York Times and yesterday's USA today which points out that for young people especially who have mental illnesses they combined with marijuana it leads to violence psychosis I know a lot of you do not believe this you think I'm discussing you think I'm spotting reefer madness right now but I do have a friend in Chicago I mention this on Donnybrook on Thursday night whose son fourteen is battling his dependency at some sort of wilderness camping it's either Montana or Idaho I don't know where he is right now and yesterday's USA today points out it's it it actually stories based in Chicago says when kids develop are there problems with addiction and marijuana and some well they already are the rich kids they find treatment the poor kids they've they've got nowhere to go there they're just out a lock and you know they're going to be in the park across street from us yeah the Philadelphia Enquirer also had a recent piece about adolescence the use of marijuana and psychosis and there is this narrative that marijuana is not an addictive stuck substance but now treatment professionals are saying they're seeing more and more young people becoming addicted to it like they're using it occasionally then they're using it daily in their bodies are relying on it so according to The Philadelphia Inquirer Inquirer at a plea at one of the treatment centers in our hospitals in Philadelphia they're calling it cannabis use disorder increased more than twenty two percent from two thousand fourteen to two thousand nineteen so those five years Google admitted to treatment for marijuana addiction rose from twenty seven percent to forty percent of the treatment centers total admissions well I'll say this last week the Chicago Tribune on the first day that marijuana became legal had a story on the ill effects of marijuana and it said that there are using marijuana especially for young people can reduce your I. Q. average eight points so who wants that our results in memory loss and there are other issues too and they've they also point out the combined with up meant for C. existing mental illness can result in violence all right do you do you find that by and large in all the reporting of hot right now that kind of stuff is largely ignored yes if for some reason it's almost like you know you've got your favorite politician and you only you only talk about or think about the good things and not the bad thing the person has done whether that be Trumper Biden and I feel that's the way a lot of us are with regard regarded regarding pot were like ignoring the latest research that showing that there are for many people real problems with this drug I have a a good friend who has no problem taking edibles are smoking pot and many of his friends do and I have a because he's a close friend I've expressed my displeasure at least saying I disagree with it and and I brought up those studies I'll bring the New Yorker article and The New York Times at you know and the Washington post and I'll say I don't believe it it's not true I'm like well how do you know you've done no research other than you smoke pot with your friends and like it's not true he doesn't believe it okay now I'm gonna play side of it because there are a lot of very successful people who at who have their act together who smoke on a regular basis but they are the six or seven out of ten and did maybe maybe even eight out of ten when did they start smoking after they became successful or while they were building their great business or whatever it is they do well I don't know I mean II take a look at a lot of these rock biographies and there are a lot of Amman Netflix okay well rather a lot who did extremely well in light smoking marijuana I I can't deny that it's it's like I can't deny that any more than the pot user should deny the possible harm affects so you can admit that a rock star lifestyle and skill set is an out liar compared to the rest of the world you're not gonna go yes well Keith Richards and down the street that extremely successful CFO they both smoke pot the CFO has a different lifestyle of doctors how many I know how may I know Sanders I know so when did they start throughout their entire bios exceptional people for large corporations in town I know people in the medical community I know people who are in journalism who use it and they don't seem to be suffering any ill effects and that's the that's the other side and I would also when did they start smoking years ago Vietnam beyond I mean they're they're not young people anymore no Hey Steve you're on KMOX Steve yeah yeah yes Sir yeah I'm here are taken away Steve okay well my take on the the stuff that so people get locally and what they get from these shops are I live in a rural area most of the stuff what I wanna round here is grown locally they don't have the strange in the season all the stuff that those duties labs and grow absence of the of the potency has quite a bit different I think that's the real difference of the two in my opinion so so is the Illinois legally sold pot more potent than the locally grown stuff well I the the stuff that came from Colorado definitely was the medical marijuana definitely wow okay I see well that would that would that would be you resist downline for three hours Pat good morning can you be brief and to the point that that is no longer there that's okay quick we we've we've got to get to news which is just around the corner on the voices say Louis sixty seconds away Tom Ackerman has that Hey I want to tell you about doctor Colleen bother what a remarkable young individual she is I don't know thirty some years old doctor written audiology from university of Illinois at Champaign Urbana she runs three audiology center locations and she's raising a family but she's also just and she's the expert locally when it comes to technology and you're hearing aids and if you want more information giver called six three six four four one seventy four seventy during the holiday season did you run into a relative who happen to be well maybe a just a little less aware of what's going on that could be hearing loss you know in the holiday sometimes we see you see a relative for the first time in three four five six months and you say you know what not doing as well well it could be a couple of things it could be the hearing loss might be time to get that hearing checked out by doctor calling Bosley at the audiology center she has the latest equipment she's got a great bedside manner she's got the knowledge about technology and she carries a services all top of the line hearing aids.

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Wawa facing lawsuits over data breach at all of its stores

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Wawa facing lawsuits over data breach at all of its stores

"Well what is facing a number of lawsuits in the wake of a data breach that affected hundreds of locations more from correspondent John stillness nearly eight hundred fifty stores along the east coast for the victims of the malware attack which the convenience store giant said was stopped back on December twelfth officials with the company based in the suburbs of Philadelphia believe them now where had been collecting card numbers customer names and other data for about nine months The Philadelphia Inquirer says at least six lawsuits have been filed seeking class action status in one of them the suit says the data breach was inevitable due to quote inadequate data security measures and a cavalier approach to data security in store and gas pump purchases were all affected at every location from Pennsylvania to Florida

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Wawa customers sue over hackers' data breach

Rush Limbaugh

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Wawa customers sue over hackers' data breach

"An east coast convenience store chain is facing several lawsuits now over a data breach why why chain based in Pennsylvania had a data breach affecting all of its eight hundred fifty locations malware in its payment processing systems allowing hackers to collect customer names credit card numbers and other information the bridge was discovered and stop two weeks ago it might have started as early as March now the Philadelphia Enquirer reports at least six lawsuits seeking class action status have been filed in federal court accusing wa wa of wax data security the companies offering free credit card monitoring and identity theft prevention services to any potentially affected customers also hired a forensics firm to conduct an internal

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Bill Cosby's appeal of his sexual assault conviction is denied

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Bill Cosby's appeal of his sexual assault conviction is denied

"Bill Cosby's attempt to get his sexual assault conviction overturned is now been rejected it's been one of the most high profile convictions of the meat to era and it stands lawyers for Bill Cosby appealed his sex assault conviction arguing that the trial judge messed up that's because he let five women in addition to the accuser testify to a pattern of conduct but a state appeals court panel upheld the conviction a publicist for Cosby released a statement to The Philadelphia Inquirer it said they weren't shocked because he said it shows

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With Facebook’s Coming News Tab, Only Some Will Get Paid

WSJ Tech News Briefing

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

With Facebook’s Coming News Tab, Only Some Will Get Paid

"Specialized is new section could launch as early as the end of October with links to stories from about two hundred publications but the Wall Street Journal is learning that only about a quarter of them. We'll get paid to to be on the site. FACEBOOK is in talks with outlets including Wall Street Journal Parent Dow Jones The Washington Post The New York Times business insider buzzfeed huffpost and the Philadelphia enquirer the company's moved to pay licensing fees for some of its news comes as big tech platforms face increasing legal and regulatory scrutiny facebook says it will only highlight publishers that meet the criteria of its news page index which requires sites to focus on news reporting and bars those repeatedly share misinformation nation or from Bard readers with advertising but the company also notes that it will be mindful to include a diversity of

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

09:44 min | 1 year ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Studios this is red eye radio all across America and the world eight six six ninety right I he is Carly and I'm very McNamara welcome and good morning thank you so much for being here good news Eric the suspect blames this from fox news to Wednesday's hour long standoff in Philadelphia surrendered to authorities just after midnight that would be eastern time so a little bit over an hour ago exiting the residence with his hands in the air and with the police light shining on him surrounded by a cloud of tear gas aid when on this thing went on for hours and may I I buy I was watching it in the late afternoon yesterday went to sleep and woke up and it was still going on six officers were shot and two officers and three hostages were later freed the good news is all of the officers that were shot and or I believe of one was injured and a automobile accident and heading to the the the scene nothing was life threatening I know that the all the officers that were shot have been released the police commissioner there in Philadelphia Richard Ross junior saying it's a quote here it's nothing short of a miracle that we don't have multiple officers killed today again these officers were in part what was going on is there was a a warrant being served served at this at this place and this gunman opened fire that you know I don't know how many times we've had these these stories these incidents that have happened where and serving a warrant is is anything much but Monday and for anyone who has done that and knows especially in today's environment my dad and I were just having this conversation he was a military police officer for years and he what we were talking about my nephew who serves in the NYPD and how it's just one of these jobs now when you and and he's new to the NYPD and to law enforcement so it now it's one of these things where when you today when you sign up for service as a police officer are you likely know that that there is you know the the of the negative sentiment against police officers especially in major cities and we don't know everything about this suspect here but I certainly somebody who was willing to I mean this is just at the very least the the plane dangers of the job and in the you know as a layman it might seem one Dane of the process of serving a warrant but the fact of the matter is you know whether it's pulling someone over for a traffic stop or serving warrant or any other of the duties that they perform it becomes ex extremely dangerous that's always been been the case but now this negative sentiment that is has been thrown a police over and over again and social media and in the media in general has created a very but much more I believe dangerous situation the suspect identified by unnamed police sources to fox news is Maurice hill of Philadelphia thirty six years of age has a long record of gun related convictions and of attempting to evade arrest an attorney who most recently represented hill also confirmed to The Philadelphia Inquirer that hill all was linked to the standoff also is a Philadelphia Inquirer reported hill has a long record of gun related convictions my and convictions for attempting to evade arrest one of the wounded officers reported was grazed in the head in the on going shoot out in the city's nice town neighborhood that began on Wednesday afternoon out it was again I'm sure we'll find out more but exactly what happened but you know as it was going on in the reports out there when when I was watching it on you know on on on TV because it was wall to wall coverage on it on all the major you know news networks and they were talking about you know shooting to the floors right I mean I was getting right you know and and then the report that there might be hostages and shooting going on between the floors and walls and all this and you just you just imagine the situation that they're in at you know at that you know at that particular time as he is you know of barricaded in that house the good news is our all all the officers are okay yes in fact they've all been released from hospitals that were were were shot and wounded have been released from hospitals you mention that one officer being grazed in the head I mean you you just think about that this officer was the with the father which is a father to and again I would I would you know mimic the the police commissioner here it's it's just a miracle it really is yeah if you think about it and and thank god these police officers were able to go home tonight yeah I'm Ross said the two officer in that said two officers with the narcotics strike force were serving a warrant at the multi family home in what may have been a drug related offense when things went awry almost immediately and the shooter opened fire at the home right the two officers were barricaded in separate rooms with several hostages as is just really unbelievable so but the good thing is it seems like everything is okay and none of the officers had any type of life threatening injuries also coming up here on the show today the biggest loss in the stock market this year ice official blames media rhetoric and misinformation for the San Antonio ice off the shooting they said look whoever shot knew exactly where they were shooting well is it all a so use and then the Democrats fault yeah right for the poor for that based on how a based on how Democrats judge again this is something if you listen to the show we do we say based on how Democrats think then is it a sees fall latest on the F. Steen investigation maybe will stay away from the Bill Clinton in the blue desperate address of painting yeah maybe because stay away from from below that we'll see with that one goes the FBI there was a story out of box had at the the FBI in different a possible China hack on Hillary Clinton's server this is really really interesting news when you when you see the latest that has come out on that I know people say well it's it's all all the Hillary email servers we all we as we said all along that you know this is a case where even not call me set in all likelihood it was compromised the foreign sources got into a computer think about that a secretary of state and I know it's a few years old still doesn't matter we still need to get to the truth of what happened and and how long portion reacted to it and what the investigation was about we to secretary of state put computer in the hall outside of secure areas which meant because our enemies are always trying to get in always trying to get in to the Pentagon always trying to get into the state department always trying to get into the White House always trying to really get into it and hack into anywhere and here is this absolutely you're responsible and calculated move by the secretary of state in order to avoid the freedom of information act in and who knows what other reasons but as we said we pointed out you could go right to the espionage act and say well there's where she broke the law right there and they chose not to prosecute and call me said yeah they were relatively sure somebody got in well this is the whole story of when they were when they were really concerned that China got it and and they they they went they were so concerned inspector general actually went to the FBI went actually down there as in Peter struck was extremely is dismissive of it right think about this China hacking into the secretary the former so the secretary of state's email no big deal so that will get I don't I don't care whether the name is Clinton or what I'm a hundred thousand people signed a petition about petition to rename part of Fifth Avenue in front of trump tower Barack Obama Avenue by the way I've got the greatest thing of what to do in that situation if the inside to do that right you simply change the name of trump tower just little bit hi is the superior race Ozzy Osborne you want to hear this story I mean since we talked a lot about racism and we've always brought up the true definition of of of racism you're saying what you're talking about just a great story out there yesterday we have to talk about the university of South Dakota tells white students not to take up too much space and a whole bunch more I mean it's just we got to a tons of of fun stuff to bring up to date I'm just going through because I missed a couple of things here new poll out there on on on the gun laws and the all would say about the Republican senator yeah I don't know if you saw those who wants to do things to Facebook like this a Republican senator I read this on like god Republicans are becoming just like the Democrats in his work Facebook.

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"The NFL the Philadelphia Inquirer reporting the Jaguars, quote, absolutely expect the signed form eagles Super Bowl MVP, the former MVP of Super Bowl fifty two GB Nick foles. When free agency opens up on March thirteenth Bev reportedly been working on the structure of a contract on a deal reportedly could be done as soon as the next seven days of the NFL combine today how about this six foot five two hundred sixty pounds Mississippi State defensive lineman, Montana. Sweat running a four point four one forty yard. Dash today a modern record at the combine dating back to two thousand three speaking of defensive lineman. Former Clemson started Pennsylania debts the Lawrence injured his left quad during the second time running the forty yard dash the scouting combine. After an Andy he missed the rest of today's activities. He ran a five point zero five forty in his first attempt. Lawrence is expected to be one of the top. Prospects and the draft according to the Fort Worth star telegram the Cowboys and defensive lineman DeMarcus Lawrence not close on a deal the deadline the place the franchise tag is Tuesday. The chiefs reportedly replace that franchise tag on linebacker d four K C does plan to keep them. But they will listen to trade offers and patriots defensive in trae powers as we having from recent shoulder surgery is not considered serious. This was one of those cleanup procedures the twenty five year old. He's expected to be one of the top freedoms on the market in the association. Eight games on the slate today. One of them currently embroiled residents in the fourth quarter down in Charlotte, close when between the blazers Hornets Portland leading Charlotte's ninety seven ninety three about six and a half minutes left there and the game coming up here. Bottom of the hour three thirty PM eastern time rockets, Ed sees Celtics owner Groesbeck said this was the worst February. He can remember team when five and six in the month, including losing four straight to close outfit. Were they started March off right though, winning the last game Friday night against the wiz. Coach Brad Stevens on the TD garden crown playing at home in front of this crowd is a is a huge benefit. And and there's a responsibility in the way that we play and recognize that.

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I want to get into, a helicopter Right I want to get into the helicopter Bennett fear. I wanna fly high in the sky over the tri-state area and all of a. Sudden when it sees little scheme staying Flesh eating virus Naturally the dreaded. West Nile virus I wanted seem in on them and just starts which seen them into. The the hereafter? Curtis are you you gotta wake up, from the daydream you gotta wake up A, guy going into Vietnam Aka I. Saw mission impossible, the weekend I told you I feel like. You, are playing Ethan hunt yes it could be you going after the, mosquitoes for the next mission Number's one eight hundred eight, four eight WABC and if you've ever been, spreads from high atop the, atmosphere, or you've had it from cannons set a down yeah rotating trucks they go through the neighborhoods give a description because what I saw today people in northern queens gagging vomiting like incapable of functioning in wondering. What, kind of cancer, causing agents are in the sports in sprays that are governments buying. A great, expanse in order to in order to relieve us of these nasty -squitoes no, it's, scary stuff and there's some really like toxic. Stuff if you look at it I mean I've been in places like, I remember when I went to Africa years ago Curtis we had to. Get. Sprayed shots, for everything and you. Know you're putting in like these terrible antivirus, in your system and you know you. Almost go into, cardiac arrest getting all the shots yeah in. Fact, I can remember Rita I was interviewing Chris Matthews at the time After he had been, writing, for the Philadelphia Inquirer and he had been on the skids for about six months with malaria and I felt that was kind of odd you know an American with malaria who hadn't spent a lotta time. In, third world countries, where do you get it I asked them that question and the. Guy went, absolutely ballistic on me like, how dare you you know that's health records you, should, have no access to that I was reading. One of the stories just asking you on the schedule on the shelf, at six months since you had a serious case of malaria so I. Was. Just wondering, where you may have. A quiet he never to answered the question Rwanda Where was? It did he, say, queens Guy went nuts on me and eventually introduced me to miss the quick and hung up on. Me in the middle of the interview but you do have to. Worry about, when you go, over these. I mean oh my God, these shots when I went to Africa they. Let there were? Like three feet long You, know it's like, the tetanus. The malaria and you take, the pills you gotta do all the time Remember the mosquito nets oh yeah when you sleep in the bed. Literally literally you would sleep, in the bed and you have, the mosquito, nets at our over your, bed and I remember, one night I, think I told you this my mother the mosquito hole in, it and, I was like oh, my God, I, went over the, whole to, protect my mother and. I you know an all. Night long, you know but but but you you know these are deadly. Mosquitoes they're all over the place you know you can almost barely see through the mosquitos, in the sky I'm telling you one of the best ways of. Eliminating mosquitoes when I was a kid I would steal the. Can of, five hair scraped from my sister, my older sister alita who. Used to love that mole head Look Populate right in the. Sixties and I used to take a little. Match Where he knew torch these mosquitoes right out of the sky you were you were beaten up a. Little things until you got to. The subways torturing misconduct saving young age, I was doing it for humanity I was fighting the plague of malaria by the way that is the sign of a serial killer Windstar. Start killing animals matter how big or small Woah. By you and as a result getting, malaria mother went smack you my mother would put the mosquito and Cup and take it out can you imagine Painfully bowl I flesh virus. Sika oh God Our. Number's one eight hundred eight four eight WABC. Let's go to Joe calling from New Jersey welcome the Kurdish and. Read. Economy here, on WABC Giuseppe Hijo hi Curtis Irena hey I remember. When we were young we used in jersey we used to run behind the mosquito, truck with, the ski. Know spray out there killing mosquitoes Run, behind it Behind, you this kid. Oh my God that. Sounds real healthy how many arms do you have now five Well the only the only damage I ended up with right into a mailbox one, time I couldn't, see but I tell you not alone Giuseppe if. You lived in the Panama Canal zone which was American like John McCain was born, and raised my father you should go through there and merchant, seamen all. The time going from one end you know. The Atlantic Ocean shift goal shine through the ish. Mystery Panama they would bomb that place with, DDT everyday that. Would be a plume over the entire area and people would be like inhaling that morning, noon and night, and there weren't even restrictions back, then ten, because people were just like spraying willy. Nilly and you know and so now here we are you. Know years later you're going wait a minute this is not safe speaking of restrictions that hellish four. Ninety five, is closed one. Lane in each direction. And people are going out of their mind After Labor Day when.

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"As we check. In with that freen in the Philadelphia Inquirer on reporter's roundup and Matt tough laws for the Phillies last night in, the series opener, as they fell seven to six tonight Aaron Nola. Will be. On the. Mound for the Phillies this will be, Knowle's first start since the all-star. Break and this is really a big spot against the good. Opponent as he looks to stop a bit of bleeding after. That tough loss. Last night Yeah no doubt This is what you have for either stop. Or eat erase you're all. Like you said, and you know just as you say that it feels like it's been. Forever since you. It's, the Miami You know almost two weeks ago at this point now and, will that be a little bit of a factor I mean I don't know I think it's worth at least. Talking about but the Phillies they think this is the best way. To get, get keep him. Healthy to keep, him to give him that extended break after Ronan inning and the all. Star game so We'll, see night but like you said after a coup- loss last night to a really good team I don't think. There's You know any way to call this. Better for, the Phillies and have no one night Reese Hoskins homered, last night he's now going deep in three straight games of course Hoskins had a good showing in the home run derby and we hear, so much concern when guys take part in the derby during the all star. Break, that it will screw, up there, swaying but it seems to have had the opposite effect with Hoskins eagerly locked, in yeah I think it's like you know when when Hopkins wonder the homerun derby and people are. Saying it was like I, remember when Ryan Howard one number. And finished that year, with, fifty, eight home runs or whatever so I. Look it up. Get thirty after the, homerun derby so convenient to say well Bobby you had a, bad second-half after winning Ryan Howard at. A great second half, so, so, I think like that narrative is just The, narrative just like knowing rethought since the last two seasons and the way he approaches, again I really never, doubted that he would change the. Swinger. Losing candidates, because you know just for. One night you had. A bunch. Of Homer eagle we said. I'm a really good hitter I'm good hitter that try. That just happens at home run he doesn't think of himself it a home run hitter even when he was you remember a couple of, years ago. And renting when he was hitting home or he's still never considered himself home run hitter he never got away from his plan that. He talks about and of think one night and homerun every would change that as well and he's had already a couple system map brain in the Philadelphia Inquirer joining us on reporter's roundup as we talk Phillies who continue their series with dodgers, tonight at citizens Bank? Park mad if someone wants to check. Out all of your work what should they do Day in the daily news and you inquire online dot com and.

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on The Takeout

"After two thousand four, two thousand five, the invasion, the administration bushman station turned around Julie, Condoleeza Rice and others and blame this on an intelligence failure. And while it's true that the intelligence community did have its failings in that national television estimate I've mentioned a little while ago was certainly not up to snuff. That's. Specious because the decision to go to war was made before the intelligence was enhanced and John Wolcott bureau chief who I still work with Reuters, and I did a story in February of two thousand and two, February two thousand two saying the decision been made to Saddam had to go and only question was how I I was. was thirteen months before the invasion, so it was really a case I think of policy decisions being made, and then the intelligence being sought to support them, it's being sought or being Charon. Yeah, cherry-pick. And there's a scene in the movie shock and awe, which is about this journalism about these journalists and about this story which talks about the aluminum tubes, how that was a New York Times story and how it becomes part of the echo chamber, meet the press and Cheney is talking about the end is a moment in the movie where it's described as those aren't even relevant to creation of their weapons. They're not usable and any way shape or form. Yes, there are Lumina tubes, but they're not relevant to nuclear weapons, but that's the kind of an example of exaggerating concocted intelligence to fit a narrative. Right? You take something that is true. Saddam was trying to import tubes, and then you concocted into doesn't limit tubes for. Nuclear weapons, and I got to give a quick shout out to my reporting partner fifteen years. Jonathan Landay who nailed that story is another great scene in the movie where lands on our destined New York Times story saying Iraq is importing aluminum tubes for the weapons bylined by Judy Miller, and Michael Gordon, and it was exactly opposite what we reporting Landay looks at me and says, well, one thing's for sure we can't both be right, right. And also Landis reporting that in the end wanted the New York Times to issue an apology to its readers, which is printed on page eight, ten of the newspaper call eight ten, and there's a segment in the movie in which rob Reiner plane. John Wolcott is having an argument with the editor of the Philadelphia Inquirer. One of the prominent papers that would not run a lot of your stories. And rob Reiner asks across the newsroom in genuine anger when the New York Times apologizes, are you going to run that? Or you're gonna write your own lunar times. Did apologize. For its coverage. It's inaccurate and a credit euless coverage of this. Just basically buying everything administration said, and that's something that newspaper can never fully live down. Right? It's part of the record. It is. And speaking of newspapers, the Philadelphia Inquirer is was a paper that was reluctant to prints are stories, but in the movie, there's sort of stand in for several of the Knight Ridder, newspapers wouldn't and it was a mixed bag. Some of some of the newspapers were very enthusiastic and believed us them used all material and their newspapers, but inquirer others where we're less and. You mentioned this earlier. This is not a happy ending story and less. It is something that either kindles or rekindles the sense of what journalism is and what it is fires to be. Now, I've been a White House reporter for many years for now five administrations, and one of the things that is frequently level accusation of against against any White House reporters that your Steinar that's all you are. And that is part of the job. Part of the job is accurately recording what the presidency does and says in a way that it's less true of other journalistic endeavors. But what the president doesn't says. It's a really important thing for the world and for our country, of course, that fine line between stenography and skepticism is not always best visited upon the beat reporters of the White House because so much comes at you on a day-to-day basis..

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on The Takeout

"After two thousand four, two thousand five, the invasion, the administration bushman station turned around Julie, Condoleeza Rice and others and blame this on an intelligence failure. And while it's true that the intelligence community did have its failings in that national television estimate I've mentioned a little while ago was certainly not up to snuff. That's. Specious because the decision to go to war was made before the intelligence was enhanced and John Wolcott bureau chief who I still work with Reuters, and I did a story in February of two thousand and two, February two thousand two saying the decision been made to Saddam had to go and only question was how I I was. was thirteen months before the invasion, so it was really a case I think of policy decisions being made, and then the intelligence being sought to support them, it's being sought or being Charon. Yeah, cherry-pick. And there's a scene in the movie shock and awe, which is about this journalism about these journalists and about this story which talks about the aluminum tubes, how that was a New York Times story and how it becomes part of the echo chamber, meet the press and Cheney is talking about the end is a moment in the movie where it's described as those aren't even relevant to creation of their weapons. They're not usable and any way shape or form. Yes, there are Lumina tubes, but they're not relevant to nuclear weapons, but that's the kind of an example of exaggerating concocted intelligence to fit a narrative. Right? You take something that is true. Saddam was trying to import tubes, and then you concocted into doesn't limit tubes for. Nuclear weapons, and I got to give a quick shout out to my reporting partner fifteen years. Jonathan Landay who nailed that story is another great scene in the movie where lands on our destined New York Times story saying Iraq is importing aluminum tubes for the weapons bylined by Judy Miller, and Michael Gordon, and it was exactly opposite what we reporting Landay looks at me and says, well, one thing's for sure we can't both be right, right. And also Landis reporting that in the end wanted the New York Times to issue an apology to its readers, which is printed on page eight, ten of the newspaper call eight ten, and there's a segment in the movie in which rob Reiner plane. John Wolcott is having an argument with the editor of the Philadelphia Inquirer. One of the prominent papers that would not run a lot of your stories. And rob Reiner asks across the newsroom in genuine anger when the New York Times apologizes, are you going to run that? Or you're gonna write your own lunar times. Did apologize. For its coverage. It's inaccurate and a credit euless coverage of this. Just basically buying everything administration said, and that's something that newspaper can never fully live down. Right? It's part of the record. It is. And speaking of newspapers, the Philadelphia Inquirer is was a paper that was reluctant to prints are stories, but in the movie, there's sort of stand in for several of the Knight Ridder, newspapers wouldn't and it was a mixed bag. Some of some of the newspapers were very enthusiastic and believed us them used all material and their newspapers, but inquirer others where we're less and. You mentioned this earlier. This is not a happy ending story and less. It is something that either kindles or rekindles the sense of what journalism is and what it is fires to be. Now, I've been a White House reporter for many years for now five administrations, and one of the things that is frequently level accusation of against against any White House reporters that your Steinar that's all you are. And that is part of the job. Part of the job is accurately recording what the presidency does and says in a way that it's less true of other journalistic endeavors. But what the president doesn't says. It's a really important thing for the world and for our country, of course, that fine line between stenography and skepticism is not always best visited upon the beat reporters of the White House because so much comes at you on a day-to-day basis..

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"For the philadelphia inquirer and philadelphia daily news route play at the world cup winding down and jonathan let's start with the big news of the day germany that offending world cup champ loses today to south korea to nil so germany will not be advancing to the knockout stage how big a stunner is this for you it's pretty amazing it's it's funny though because as big a deal as it is the reigning world cup champion out one of the most consistently successful national teams ever out at the i believe it's it's the first time they've ever lost in the group stage to the knockout round and yes four out of the last five world cup champion have failed to make it out of the group stage dating back to two thousand two and france france loss italy failed in twenty ten stained sailed twenty fourteen and now germany fails twenty it's pretty amazing and it's unexpected for a lot of people certainly the manner in which it happen germany didn't deserve to go through they played very badly you know in in all of their games they only just barely beat sweden and then we went out today in iran over mexico which was another now that we've seen the field and we've we've watched a lot of this and you consider all this happening without the united states being a part of it how big a swing and a miss is it for the us men's national team to not be a part of this world cup always always a big swing and there's no matter what anybody else does that's for certain but i gotta tell you the world cup and everybody likes to take it really seriously get all angry about the fact that us and i get that and it's perfectly okay to be angry but i happen to think that it's also possible to sit back and enjoy what is happening in russia while it's happening and then we can go back to being angry later jonathan tannin wild covers soccer for the philadelphia inquirer philadelphia daily news joining us on reporter's roundup as we talk world cup jonathan if someone wants to check out all of your work what should they do you follow me on twitter at the goalkeeper philly dot com thank you very much jonathan.

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The problem is this year as they finalize the arrangements they realized according to the philadelphia inquirer fewer than ten equals players were going to go see at a certain point you realize this is gonna be embarrassing this is going to be ugly this is going to be not good at all so they cancel the visit and they make it about something other than possibly what it was about now this year it could be that some of the guys who weren't gonna go there weren't happy with the perception that the president has bullet the nfl and it's players over the anthem issue because i think that moment last september in huntsville alabama at the rally when just out of the blue an issue that had slowed to a trickle all of a sudden becomes one of the biggest issues in our national conversation i think probably some guys were influenced in holder in part to not attend by the way that the president has treated them over the anthem issue but here's the statement from the white house from monday late afternoon cancelling the visit the philadelphia eagles are unable to come to the white house with their full team to celebrate tomorrow they disagree with their president because he insists that they proudly stand for the national anthem hand on heart in honor of the great men and women of our country the eagles wanted to say i think there was supposed to be more on that sense i don't think it's just in honor of the great men and women of our country period i think i think they meant our great men and women who serve in the military i just think that there's something missing from that sense all there's something missing they disagree with their president because he insists that they proudly stand for the national anthem hand on heart in honor of the great men and women of our country the eagles wanted to send a smaller delegation but the one thousand fans planning to attend the event deserve better these fans are still invited to the white house to be part of a different type of ceremony one that will honor our great country pay tribute to the heroes who fight to protect and loudly and proudly play.

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Sharon's costs for public employees a key issue in the strike that's something else that will bunch has been writing about so hopefully we'll get into that a little bit with him as well we'll take a quick time out that's a bit of what's news for now um as it keeps updating and i we do our best to stay on top of it uh we'll take a break and come back on the other side with them we'll bunch of the philadelphia inquirer and philadelphia daily news and the attitude blog all that next on the nicole sandler show nicole sandler dot com and the progressive voices network y or no satirical plays being written about trump and company i'll tell you today on high towers radio load breaking news trump and company or a murderous mall specifically they've been serial killers of the english language the word fact was our first victim assassinated last year by one of trump's mobsters who poisoned it with a toxic substance named alternative fact their latest he it was a celebrated word from the literary world satire it embodies the artful use of sarcasm and ridicule to expose the vanity and vice of public figures but trump himself kill satire by starving it of any meaning how can anyone sat arise a presidency that is in reality nothing but a fully stage satire vanity and vice satire involves exaggerating the flaws mannerisms had cetera of various characters to convey how corrupting contemptible they are but it's impossible to exaggerate the awfulness of an administration that gleefully flaunts its awfulness every day take trump's proposed budget please deliver just in time for valentine's day it's a stabbed to the heart of poor people intentionally increasing poverty and hunger across our country it would slash programs providing a central food housing and even heating assistance for about fifty million americans mostly children old folks poverty wage workers and disabled people then there's medicare and medicaid which most workingclass americans count on candidate trump promised us that quote there will be no cuts in funding for these.

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The twin cities all week long adam now with an overview for the boston globe says chris gaspart who talked about the eagle's strengths and weaknesses phillies defense played really well aware me the last ball game through looking at it dave allowed no more than ten points in any of those games but i was like ms akbar the philadelphia inquirer bug that defense i said what's the weakness of this philadelphia defense you i haven't seen a lot zack he goes the corner bags and i'd steve you're playing tom brady and your weaknesses the corner bags maybe some of that is mitigated by their great pass rush but that's going to be tough because that is going to lead tom do his worded as i called death by 1000 papercuts offense where it's like four here seven here now you know 13 here and and i think will be difficult for them to slow brady down for a full game gaspar's bickering the patch to win thirty one to twenty what was the patriots and eagles get set for tomorrow's game the eagles or battling the flu three fairly starters ronald darby cherry jernigan and michael hendriks or dealing with the flu it will leave all three picked up the bug while at home and philly and brought it with them to minnesota those benson joking that that's why patriots quarterback tom brady continues to wear the infamous red glove he's been sporting ever since suffering a cut during practice before the afc championship game brady sport the glove on mediaday in minneapolis where there's a lot of handshaking and germs could easily spread a light who daytoday for the pats at eagles on the eve of super bowl fifty two abc's ryan burrow reports from minneapolis he says the teams have been working hard formal practice is ended friday on saturday the eagles get a visit from nfl hall of famer and head coach doug peterson former teammate brett far before getting to check out us bank stadium where the super bowl will be played they will do a brief walk through but no pads or contact for the patriots they too will visit us bank stadium where they'll take some pictures and have it event with family and.

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"We have a quarterback that is elite guy and you're thinking with carson went anything is possible this is the year to do it and then bang in one moment it's you know 705 eastern on the go was it all gets taken away from you and i know you know duggar preaching that you know next man up philosophy and nicole's but um you know that's that's a hartselle yeah it really is jeff mclane really appreciate you taken the time thanks a million and uh have a lot of respect for your work all right thank you appreciate it beater thanks to my guest collaose campbell of the jacksonville jaguars the mqm these janyves rentis in jeff mclane of the philadelphia inquirer few enjoy these conversations be sure to listen and subscribe to other great episodes in the m qb series such as my conversations with kirk cousins drew brees and adam schefter you can find these on the mqm dot com on apple podcast google play or any where you get your podcasts and don't forget to leave a review while you're there you can also hear the mm qbe podcasts we peter king on siriusxm radio every saturday morning at seven am eastern on mad dog sports radio siriusxm channel lady to thanks to the fine folks at king's thirteen for their production work thanks of course to my sponsor state farm please support state farm the way they support this podcast and i'll see you next week.

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"I heard he was getting married that explained but yeah i reply go to trump bobbleheads so at least they they got to take got home with them jenny really really glad that you were able to join me on the podcast and i'd urge people you sent me the uh the first part of the story and there's so many cool things in there i just i think these are the kinds of things that really distinguish you know a good deep funds story about a team which as you say is so hard to do these days but i appreciate your hard work on that and your hard work on everything thanks for having me i'm peter this is the end then qb podcast and now my conversation with eagles beat writer jeff mclane of the philadelphia inquirer back on the m u b podcast joined by eagles ace beat man jeff mclane of the philadelphia inquirer jeff really appreciate you joining me and i i wanted to know if you would just update the uh the audience about what happened with the mri with carson wentz what happened with doug peterson in the wake of the torn acl and what's been the reaction around the team in the wake of this this news yeah well served dr god met with reporters on monday around noon eastern and uh had the update that uh carson hadn't tore the acl in his last me uh completely torn not partially torn so he's done for the season um you know they don't know when he doesn't know yet when they'll have the surgery but i imagine sometime in the next when the swelling goes down.

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on The Global Politico

The Global Politico

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on The Global Politico

"Did the us misread vladimir putin and is that part of the reason why were in this sort of sabrerattling almost not even talking phase of the relationship i think the first where you have to go back to the 1990s and i think that the us had expectations about what was going to happen in russia which it turns out we're very unrealistic and misplaced we somehow thought that russia was going to make a transition from point a to point b and point b was going to be a russia that while it wouldn't look completely like the west would look much more like the west so i think that was a fundamental miscalculation and failure to understand the kind of historical influences then and then when i think putin first came into office nobody knew very much about him they was the famous questioned by our colleague trudy rubin from the philadelphia inquirer who is mr putin uh and we didn't know much about him and if you have to remember the beginning putin met with all the western leaders he met with the head of the world bank he really gave the impression that he was interested in russia becoming more integrated with the global economy and with the west although he was sent from the beginning obviously we have a unique history and i think we progr progressively what happened is that putin himself caught disillusioned he had a meeting with with george bush russia was the first country to offer support after nine eleven it had expectations a one of those expectations to get back to what dan was saying was that the united states would recognize that russia had a sphere of influence in the postsoviet space and the we wouldn't encroach on it and without going into the litany of all the complaints you know if you were i think from putin's point of view russia felt that the united states and keep to its side of the bargain i think we were also late to come to the realization of how important it was for putin to restore russia's greatness again you go back to the speech she made it the munich security conference in two thousand seven where he basic basically served notice that russia was going to be back again and the us couldn't dictate to russia.

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"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on The Undefeated

The Undefeated

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"the philadelphia inquirer" Discussed on The Undefeated

"And when i go off aww folks who come at me it's in tribute to those people who paved the way for me because it's my way of reminding folks that i didn't get here by accident and there was no still the school in the my mouth i busted my tail now work my sauce to get to where i am and i'm never going to allow anybody to get that because to get that is not only to do an injustice to me but to those who showed me the way to do with in order to get to where i am today if you do what i do folks that are sit here in talk they can talk all day all they want to have the number one show in the mornings i have a top rating show period not just in television but in radio prior to that i worked as a high school writer for the new york daily news a college in a pro right away our promoted nine times with the philadelphia inquirer cnn a sigh fox sports espn and spann's now twenty three years who the hell gave me anything no one really be anything i'm a black man what a mouse coming from an hb see you are they come from yale harvard i didn't come from colombia i'd income from the university of missouri a colombia i come from any of those places you know what i had to do to get here as so you'll turn around and because i raised my voice and i talk a little lau that's all you got to try and diminish what i have accomplished you must be on drugs using i'm gonna let you get away with that and that's what i'm saying if if when you see these guys that are so quick to speak up the reason why i speak up is for a few reasons number one idea them to put their credentials up against mine number two i did them the put the past that they have to take to get to with they are.

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