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"thomas anthony" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"thomas anthony" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"thomas anthony" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"thomas anthony" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"thomas anthony" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"thomas anthony" Discussed on KCRW

"Are getting mixed reviews with some experts saying their long overdue the steps of the board are are recommending are all common sense good steps Thomas Anthony is director of the aviation safety and security program at the university of southern California now the fact that they're coming up with these procedures is sort of about six years wait Anthony says many of the recommendations were included in best practices recommended by the international civil aviation organization back in two thousand thirteen when the seven thirty seven Max was still in development Anthony says structural changes now may do little to change what he says may be a bigger problem within Boeing's corporate culture culture each strategy will procedures for breakfast meanwhile lawyers representing eleven families of passengers who were among the one hundred and eighty nine people killed in the line air crash last October say they've reached a settlement with Boeing attorney Alexander wiser says Boeing does not admit liability in a confidentiality agreement prevents her from disclosing how much money the families will receive but she says the settlements provide some closure it's very hard for these families to move on. but to be able to close one chapter of this horrific man allows them to move forward with their lives in some small way there are still more than a hundred additional lawsuits pending against Boeing for both of Y. in there and the Ethiopian airlines seven thirty seven MAX crashes the investigations into the causes of those crashes continue as two congressional inquiries into Boeing and its relationship with the FAA David Schaper NPR.

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"thomas anthony" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"thomas anthony" Discussed on KCRW

"Are getting mixed reviews with some experts saying their long overdue the steps of the board are are recommending are all common sense good steps Thomas Anthony is director of the aviation safety and security program at the university of southern California now the fact that they're coming up with these procedures is sort of about six years wait Anthony says many of the recommendations were included in best practices recommended by the international civil aviation organization back in two thousand thirteen when the seven thirty seven Max was still in development Anthony says structural changes now may do little to change what he says may be a bigger problem within Boeing's corporate culture culture each strategy will procedures for breakfast meanwhile lawyers representing eleven families of passengers who were among the one hundred and eighty nine people killed in the line air crash last October say they've reached a settlement with Boeing attorney Alexander wiser says Boeing does not admit liability in a confidentiality agreement prevents her from disclosing how much money the families will receive but she says the settlements provide some closure it's very hard for these families to move on but to be able to close one chapter of this horrific man allow them to move forward with their lives in some small way there are still more than a hundred additional lawsuits pending against Boeing for both of Y. in there and the Ethiopian airlines seven thirty seven MAX crashes the investigation into the causes of those crashes continue as two congressional inquiries into Boeing and its relationship with the FAA David Schaper NPR news. this is morning edition on KCRW ahead on morning edition the TV classic the Brady bunch for debuted fifty years ago today it was actually not a hit but indoors and what is the value of a whale in combat in calamity Jane scientists say the mammals make a big contribution to combating climate change about capturing carbon dioxide since they accumulate carbon in their bodies and because their waste helps final plankton.

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"thomas anthony" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"thomas anthony" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Are getting mixed reviews with some experts saying they are long overdue the steps of the board are are recommending are all common sense good steps Thomas Anthony is director of the aviation safety and security program at the university of southern California now the fact that they're coming up with these procedures is sort of about six years wait Anthony says many of the recommendations were included in best practices recommended by the international civil aviation organization back in two thousand thirteen when the seven thirty seven Max was still in development Anthony says structural changes now may do little to change what he says may be a bigger problem within Boeing's corporate culture culture each strategy will procedures for breakfast meanwhile lawyers representing eleven families of passengers who were among the one hundred and eighty nine people killed in the line air crash last October say they've reached a settlement with Boeing attorney Alexander Weisner says Boeing does not admit liability and a confidentiality agreement prevents her from disclosing how much money the families will receive but she says the settlements provide some closure it's very hard for these families to move on. but to be able to close one chapter of this horrific man allows them to move forward with their lives in some small way there are still more than a hundred additional lawsuits pending against Boeing for both of Y. in there and the Ethiopian airlines seven thirty seven MAX crashes the investigation into the causes of those crashes continue as two congressional inquiries into Boeing and its relationship with the FAA David Schaper NPR news..

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"thomas anthony" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"thomas anthony" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Once they see Anthony Davis Zion. Williamson play together. Okay. I'm just I'm just going to say, it's you are for a player to live in that moment in no circumstance is not hor for the fan base to get over it. But the moment that the player doesn't live up to the expectations. The player doesn't do some right to player gets hurt has to sit out all of those negative feelings starts to come back from the prior year, man Sana. I'm not political. I'm going to be real you're in China. You got drew Brees. You got Anthony Davis. Michael thomas? Okay, dip, okay. Michael Thomas, Anthony Davis. All right. There's no way no way you walk around Louisiana. Okay. Going f- that do get him outta here. Jimmy, something less you, obviously. Obviously, I've spent much time in the boop. Boop. All right. So what it does do? According to Bobby marks from ESPN is it takes a bunch of pressure off the pelicans to get something done for Anthony Davis. It's a franchise saver. That's what it does. And it doesn't put as much pressure that you have to a home run in in in Davis trade, you know, with Williamson now, you're kind of not hitting the full-scale rebuild because you still have Jew holiday. So I don't know if you have to focus just draft picks in regards to a trade package. So I think Boston still has appeal because of Tatum and Brown guys can come in and play right now. It will be fascinating. I think quite got moved to second week of July. I think that's kind of where your timeline is where the pelicans can take deep breath. Now, they don't have to ace vis deal for Anthony Davis. It's not one of these. We have to get all because you've got his eye on Williamson's to hell of a safety net that I can get some assets to go around him and not that you're not still trying to maximize your not going in there L take pennies on the dollar now. But instead of looking to. Absolutely. Rob everybody in this deal. You can be a little bit more open some other things now as you have. No, you can't you can't say, well, I can take it easy on China trade a number number five player in the NBA because I have this unproven unpolished rookie. I mean that doesn't make any sense. You don't think it opens up options that they didn't have before? Now that they have on Williamson or the number one pick. Well, it's it to me if you're running a franchise, and you had a top five player viewing an unproven an obviously unpolished physical dynamo as your safety net the safety net to me is Anthony Davis. That's the safety net. That's the that's the top five pick. So if you train where your safety net, you need a safety net in its place. You don't have a safety net you have a prospect. Now, he's a very tantalizing prospect. But he's nonetheless. So you need to undergird that what they undergo. With another and under. That's a lot. Sounds dirty on those. Ziya things I on has all the ability to be great as somewhat of a personality because of the slam dunks. He's a big lovable looking guy all of those things place heart plays hor bully ball that NBA have never played any NBA, but of play professional sports coming from college. We get to the pros minutes way, different way, different. You got a lot of different game. You gotta develop in to think that he's all of a sudden going to be the replacement fantasy Davis. I mean. Yeah. You pick any one. That's why bring up. That's why bring up would you move the one pick? Would you move it for the right amount of assets? If Anthony Bennett were the number one. And maybe if it's I on Williamson, I'm gonna do it. There was an actual basketball game last night game. We're the respected will get into it next. I feel like I'm supposed to have you reading football highlights for Mckee. Well, it's music. I don't was all request Wednesday..

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"thomas anthony" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"thomas anthony" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Denver, Amy Scott in for KAI Ryssdal. It's Thursday, April fourth good to have you with us. The government is out with a preliminary report on an airline crash last month that killed all one hundred fifty seven people on board. It was the second crash involving a Boeing seven thirty seven max in five months. The report finds that the crew on the EC. Opium airlines flight followed all the procedures provided by Boeing but still weren't able to control the plane. Marketplace's Jack Stewart has been looking into what comes next for Boeing as it continues to work on a fix and try to restore the faith of the flying public beef yoke and investigators looked at data from flight E T three twos on border quotas. The data shows the plane dove hod several times before hitting the ground. This doesn't look good for Bellaigue. I think this hurts them even more show impression Icke is at the center for aviation studies at a higher state univers-. City. He says the findings renew the focus on Boeing's 'em caste system a flight control program designed to push the nose of the big engines seven three seven max down to prevent a disastrous stole full investigations of both Boeing seven three seven. Max crashes could take a year. Investigators are also looking at physical evidence from recovered wreckage. That's a skill. That's taught in Los Angeles warehouse filled with twisted metal broken gloss and torn cables in here, we have the wreckage of twelve crashed airplanes Thomas Anthony at the university of southern California uses these wrecks to train investigators from around the world to look at the positions of flack to read broken gauges. Stick a look at this central control column here Anthony is.

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Ethiopian Airlines Pilots Followed Boeing's Safety Procedures Before Crash, Report Shows

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:32 min | 3 years ago

Ethiopian Airlines Pilots Followed Boeing's Safety Procedures Before Crash, Report Shows

"Opium government is out. With a preliminary report on an airline crash last month that killed all one hundred fifty seven people on board. It was the second crash involving a Boeing seven thirty-seven max in five months. The report finds that the crew on the airlines flight followed all the procedures provided by Boeing but still weren't able to control the plane. Marketplace's Jack Stewart has been looking into what comes next for Boeing as it continues to work on a fix and try to restore the faith of the flying public. These European investigators looked at data from flight ET three o two's onboard recorders the data shows the plane dove hod several times before hitting the ground. This doesn't look good for Belling. I think this hurts them even more showing Nikki is at the center for aviation. Studies at a high state university he says the findings renew the focus on Boeing's 'em caste system a flight control program designed to push the nose of the big engines seven three seven max down to prevent a disastrous stole full investigations of both Boeing seven three seven. Max crashes could take a year. Investigators are also looking at physical evidence from recovered wreckage. That's a skill. That's taught in this. Los Angeles warehouse filled with twisted metal broken glass and torn cables in here, we have the wreckage of twelve crashed airplanes Thomas Anthony at the university of southern California uses these wrecks to train investigators from around the world to look at the positions of flack choices. Oh to read broken gauges. Let's take a look at this central control column. Here. Anthony is a full Matt safety official with the FAA. He's not involved in either the lion at all if yo- paean cases, but says investigators have to look at Boeing's entire organizational culture. Well, this is a very important investigation. Because if we just focus on the mechanical defects of the seven thirty seven max, we will not get to the root cause Boeing's already working on a software update and other fixes for the seven three seven max Jim corridor at CF our research says the company's doing what it can restore confidence and it's at craft. They did a test flight with the CEO Dennis Miller Berg onboard and the with the new software in place, and does seem to be working Mullen bug said today, quote, it's our responsibility to eliminate this risk we own it. And we know how to do it guessing that software fixed certified by regulators is still likely several. Weeks away though

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"thomas anthony" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"thomas anthony" Discussed on KCRW

"Fourth good to have you with us. The government is out with the preliminary report on an airline crash last month that killed all one hundred fifty seven people on board. It was the second crash involving a Boeing seven thirty-seven max in five months. The report finds that the crew on the airlines flight followed all the procedures provided by Boeing but still weren't able to control the plane. Marketplace's Jack Stewart has been looking into what comes next for Boeing as it continues to work on a fix and try to restore the faith of the flying public. Investigators looked at data from flight ET three oh two's on border quotas. The data shows the plane dove hod several times before hitting the ground. This doesn't look good for Belling. I think this hurts them even more show him. Nikki is at the center for aviation studies at a higher state university. He says the findings renew the focus on Boeing's 'em caste system a flight control program designed to push the nose of the big engines seven three seven max down to prevent a disastrous stole full investigations of both Boeing seven three seven. Max crashes could take a year. Investigators are also looking at physical evidence from recovered wreckage. That's a skill. That's taught in this. Los Angeles warehouse filled with twisted metal broken glass and torn cables, and here we have the wreckage of twelve crashed airplanes Thomas Anthony at the university of southern California uses these wrecks to train investigators from around the world to look at the positions of flack to read broken gauges. Stick a look at this central control column here Anthony is.

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"thomas anthony" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"thomas anthony" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Denver. I'm Amy Scott in for Kyra stall. It's Thursday, April fourth good to have you with us. The government is out with a preliminary report on an airline crash last month that killed all one hundred fifty seven people on board. It was the second crash involving a Boeing seven thirty-seven max in five months. The report finds that the crew on the airlines flight followed all the procedures provided by Boeing but still weren't able to control the plane. Marketplace's Jack Stewart has been looking into what comes next for Boeing as it continues to work on a fix and try to restore the faith of the flying public. And investigators looked at data from flight BT three oh two's on board or quotas. The data shows the plane Jove hod several times before hitting the ground. This doesn't look good for Bill. I think this hurts them even more shoe impression Icke is at the center for aviation studies at a higher state univers-. City. He says the findings renew the focus on Boeing's 'em caste system a flight control program designed to push the nose of the big engines seven three seven max down to prevent a disastrous stole full investigations of both Boeing seven three seven. Max crashes could take a year. Investigators are also looking at physical evidence from recovered wreckage. That's a skill. That's taught in this. Los Angeles warehouse filled with twisted metal broken glass and torn cables in here, we have the wreckage of twelve crashed airplanes Thomas Anthony at the university of southern California uses these wrecks to train investigators from around the world to look at the positions of flack to read broken.

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"thomas anthony" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"thomas anthony" Discussed on KOMO

"Rainy Tuesday morning. Start rain in Seattle. But some snowflakes and parts of Snohomish county right now seatac airport reporting forty one degrees along with Gregg Hersholt, I'm MandA factor. Here the top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center airlines passengers and local Boeing workers are still all reacting to last weekend's deadly crash of an Ethiopian 737, max eight and komo's Corwin Haeck is live to bring us up to date. Well, as ABC news just told us airlines around the world are responding in some cases by grounding their fleets of max aids. And that's prudence. According to Thomas Anthony is director of the university of southern California's aviation safety and security program. He says some airlines are uncertain whether they're pilots have received the latest FAA issued airworthiness directives regarding the max aid, if you're a country, and you didn't know whether the airlines in your country had. Received the worthiness directive had trained the air worthiness directive, and it was being implemented. That would be a prudent thing to do. Now here in the US airlines have yet grounded there max age, you may know, Alaska, Airlines flies in all seven thirty seven sleep. But so far Alaska has no max models and service. The Seattle times reports the airline is scheduled to take delivery of its first max nine in June reporting, live Corwin Hake, KOMO news. And the Boeing workers who assembled the seven thirty-seven max in Renton are understandably concerned about the crash, and what it may mean to their program when you're telling the Seattle times the mood inside the plant is quote like being under a dark cloud. Another says, the accident is added to the stress factory workers are feeling over the push to complete Fifty-seven airplanes a month. The state Senate has just passed a Bill that would throw out past marijuana convictions for thousands of people. Komo's Brian Calvert is here with more on the amnesty plan now headed to the state house. The legislation was sponsored by democrat Joe win who says the misdemeanor convictions were part of a failed war on drugs that disproportionately impacted communities of color and lower income people under the. The Bill passed misdemeanor marijuana possession. Charges would be erased, according to the state patrol that means sixty eight thousand convictions will vanish from the books Republican Senator Mike Padden opposed the Bill saying it's too broad of a brush he doesn't doesn't really take into account plea bargains. It may have lowered charges for some of the people involved. The Bill would be much more efficient than the governor's plan to pardon misdemeanor pot convictions. It was announced two months ago, and to date has resulted in just seventeen cases of amnesty. Brian calvert. Komo news county has opened a new office to help those convicted of past crimes clear their records under state law passed convictions of nonviolent crimes can be erased from your record after enough time has passed the county office of public defense in conjunction with the King County prosecutor has opened this new unit dedicating one paralegal at one attorney to help in this process. Coming up on the KOMO morning. News city of Seattle says there's no hold up at their closely watching a legal challenge to supervised injection sites across the other side of the country. I'm Carleen Johnson. Live.

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"thomas anthony" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"thomas anthony" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Last week. The acting budget director is defending the numbers and the president's record four point seven billion dollar budget proposal acting budget director, Russell defended a budget that proposes to increase military spending cut domestic outlays and establish national work requirements for federal assistance. He said the administration needs eight point six billion dollars for its proposed border wall. And he continued to insist the massive 2017 tax cut will pay for itself. Economic policies in this budget will generate more than enough revenue to pay for the cost of the tax cut problem with deficits, which now top trillion dollars bought said is a problem with congress. We have a spending problem is a country, which he said, congress has refused to address. I'm Warren Levinson governor Steve Similac in Nevada. Members of congress are vowing to fight to block President Trump's request to restart the federal licensing process to build a nuclear waste dump in the state from included a request for one hundred sixteen million dollars for the Yucca Mountain repository in his proposed budget for the department of energy next year. US aviation regulators say they don't see any evidence that would prompt. In order to ground the new Boeing, seven thirty-seven max eight jet spite this weekend's fatal GOP jet crash. The second in five months while the Federal Aviation Administration is standing by the air worthiness of the new seven thirty-seven max, eight a handful of countries. And now some airlines have ordered the plane grounded aviation safety expert Thomas Anthony at the university of southern California says the FAA will sound the alarm if issues come up that are unanticipated, and if they must be dealt with a moody and significantly the FAA will issue an airworthiness directive, not good enough says the consumer group players rights dot org,.

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"thomas anthony" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:31 min | 3 years ago

"thomas anthony" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"System. Meanwhile, that suspected of contributing to a deadly crash of the Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight plane in October and all of this while the FAA discourages comparisons between that lion air crash in October and Sunday's deadly crash. I should say in Ethiopia, not Indonesia. The crash of that two Ethiopian Airlines seven thirty-seven max, a both of those planes performed at radically shortly after takeoff, and then went into nosedives a Thomas Anthony is the director of US's aviation and security program. Never one thing. It's always multiple combination of factors that lead to a catastrophic accident like this. And so that is what we can expect the seven thirty seven itself is an extremely reliable aircraft. It has been in service for decades. This is the newest evolution of it. Whenever you have a new change or new aircraft or a substantially different model. As in this case, the engines are different to get a more economical fuel burned, and they are move forward changing, the weight and balance of the aircraft. So there are substantial changes to the airplane. Whenever you get this. There are often issues that come up that are unanticipated, and if they must be dealt with immediately and significantly the FAA will issue an airworthiness directive an airworthiness directive is eight. Correction of some generally mechanical thing or procedure the issue by the FAA. It is a directive to either manufacturer or in this case to an aircraft. Operators say you must do this in order to to bring the operation of that aircraft into a safe airworthy state each country who has let's say going out with a in order to to ground. The aircraft knows their own circumstances and has to make their own prudent judgments, so if you were a country, and you didn't know whether the airlines in your country had received their worthiness directive had trained the air worthiness directive, and it was being implemented. That would be a prudent thing to do. Yeah. Several countries have either grounded are conducted the additional safety inspections of their Boeing seven thirty-seven max planes house speaker Nancy Pelosi is setting the bar high for impeachment of President Trump saying he's just not worth it. That's a quote, and she told the Washington Post unless there's something so compelling an overwhelming and bipartisan, I don't think we should go down that path because it divides the country and while she's maintained made I should say similar comments in the past. It is a departure from other comments that Democrats are waiting on special counsel Robert Muller lay out the findings of his Russia investigation before considering impeachment. Well, it's one thing to have a human doctor with a bad bedside manner. But imagine having a robot hash up an effort to tell you you won't be alive much longer. That is exactly what happened to Ernest cantata family took him to be treated for chronic lung disease, but they were taken aback when a robot rolled into the seventy eight year old patients ICU. Room and told him he'd likely die within days the robot was right cantata died. Two days later officials say the Kaiser Permanente emergency center in Fremont, California, regrets quote, falling short of patient expectations by having a robot delivered devastating medical news to the patient and family. There was a video on that robot video of an actual medical professional just be face. But. But yeah, that that is going out of your way not to provide bedside manner. Well, much of the country grumbled Sunday as many of us lost an hour of sleep due to daylight savings time, many states, of course, are considering alternative measures to keep from turning the clocks back and forward as daylight savings. Time advocate, though, David Perot says there are still major benefits to it. Well, have people including myself, don't like to miss an hour of sleep. So this hour suite that we just missed because of daylight saving time is not pleasant for many people. But what you have to think about is that philosophy that one hour of sleep one day a year. He'll have an extra hour of daylight for eight months that's about two hundred and forty days and each of those days after work or after school Yukos, they on an hour later thinks most states observe it except for zone and Hawaiians them overseas. Territories. More breaking news on the way on this Monday morning. 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"thomas anthony" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"thomas anthony" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"News continues. Its the twelfth day of March six minutes past the hour and the Federal Aviation Administration has joined the investigation into a plane crash in Indonesia, the FAA says it expects Boeing will soon complete improvements to an automated anti stall system. Meanwhile, that suspected of contributing to a deadly crash of the Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight plane in October and all of this while the FA discourages comparisons between that lion air crash in October and Sunday's deadly crash. I should say in Ethiopia, not Indonesia. The crash of that two Ethiopian Airlines seven seven max both of those planes performed a radically shortly after takeoff and then went into nosedives at Thomas Anthony is the director of US's aviation and security program. Never one thing. It's always multiple combination of factors that lead to a catastrophic accident like this. And so that is what we can expect the seven seven itself is an extremely reliable aircraft. It has been in service for decades. This is the newest evolution of it. Whenever you have a new change or a new aircraft or a substantially different model as in this case, the engines are different to get a more economical fuel burn, and they are moved forward changing, the weight and balance of the aircraft. So there are substantial changes to the airplane. Whenever you get this. There are often issues that come up that are an antiquated, and if they must be dealt with immediately and significantly the FAA will issue an airworthiness directive an airworthiness directive is a. Correction of sung, generally mechanical thing or procedure the resisted by the FAA. It is a directive to either a manufacturer or in this case to an aircraft operator say, you must do this in order to to bring the operation of that aircraft into a safe airworthy state each country who has let's say gone out with a in order to to ground. The aircraft knows their own circumstances and has to make their own prudent, judgments, so if you're a country, and you didn't know whether the airlines in your country had received the air worthiness directive had trained the air worthiness directive, and it was being implemented. That would be a prudent thing to do. Yeah. Several countries have either grounded are conducted the additional safety inspections of their Boeing seven thirty-seven max planes house speaker Nancy Pelosi is setting the bar high for impeachment of President Trump saying he's just not worth it. That's a quote, and she told the Washington Post unless there's something so compelling and overwhelming bipartisan, I don't think we should go down that path because it divides the country while she's maintained made I should say similar comments in the past. It is a departure from other comments that Democrats are waiting on special counsel Robert Muller to lay out the findings of his Russia investigation before considering impeachment. Well, it's one thing to have a human doctor with a bad bedside manner. But imagine having a robot hash up an effort to tell you you won't be alive much longer. That is exactly what happened to Ernest cantata family took him to be treated for chronic lung disease. But they were taken aback when a.

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"thomas anthony" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"thomas anthony" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"That debris field from above the sheer force with which the doomed plane nosed interviewer is clear the victims from thirty five different countries, including eight Americans aviation expert Thomas Anthony says there will be several reasons why the plane went down. It's never one thing. It's always a multiple combination of factors that lead to a catastrophic accident like this twenty two airlines have grounded, the 737, max, Australia, and Singapore, the latest countries to ban it, China, the largest country to ground it. The FAA says it has no reason to do. So in the US so far all US diplomatic staff. Pulling out of Venezuela citing the deteriorating situation in Venezuela. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo announcing that the US is withdrawing the last remaining personnel from the US embassy in Caracas Venezuela's know in the six day of nationwide. Blackout the lack of electricity is brought oil exports. To a halt, which is making Venezuela's economic crisis even worse. It's closed schools. President Nicolas Maduro blames the US for the blackout the US and dozens of other countries support the opposition leader one Guido, Dave Packer, ABC news. Checking the markets. The s&p futures are up a point and a half. Nasdaq futures are up nine points. The Dow futures are up fourteen you're listening to ABC news. Here's some great news. If you missed the deadline to sign up for health insurance or more importantly, if you sign up for a plan that you're just not happy with you still have a choice, it's called meta share and medishare's a Christian healthcare sharing program. It's been around for twenty five years. They have more than four hundred thousand members now around the country and get this.

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"thomas anthony" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"thomas anthony" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I'm Cheri Preston. Boeing says it is deploying it called software enhancement in all of its seven thirty seven backs planes. The move stemming from Astros liner crash in Indonesia, the company currently working with authorities anythi opium to determine the cause of Sunday's deadly crash involving the same type of plane ABC's. Matt gut man is outside at ISA baba where it went down excavators. Sticky for debris in the crater. Many first responders picking through the dirt has interests personal effects by hand from the ground beyond the singed grass that debris field from above the sheer force with which the doomed plane knows interviewer is clear the victims from thirty five different countries, including eight Americans. Aviation expert Thomas Anthony says there will be several reasons why the plane went down. It's never one thing. It's always a multiple combination of factors that lead to a catastrophic accident like this twenty two airlines have grounded the seven seven max Austrailia and Singapore, the latest countries to ban it, China, the largest country to ground it. The FAA says it has no reason to do. So in the US so far all US diplomatic staff. Pulling out of Venezuela citing the deteriorating situation in Venezuela. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo announcing that the US is withdrawing the last remaining personnel from the US embassy in Caracas Venezuela now in the sixth day of a nationwide. Blackout. The lack of electricity is brought oil exports to a halt, which is making Venezuela's economic crisis. Even worse. It's closed schools. President Nicolas Maduro blames the US for the blackout the US and dozens of other countries support the opposition leader one Guido, Dave Packer, ABC news. News checking the markets. The SNP futures are up a point and a half. Nasdaq futures are up nine points..

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"thomas anthony" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"thomas anthony" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Bogle here in Madison, all of the many people who are on the CD collection. That's right. Everybody from Marty. Not martyr martyr backs up. Yeah. Marty's backing us up on this thing. But Frank Frankie Miller and Bill Clifton who else is on. Well, there's a way Jackson is on there. Who wrote don't be angry and for Brotherstone stonewalled? That's right. Betty Amos and Judean gene, sleep leave sleepily beef Jesse mcreynolds of Jim and Jesse. Arnold. Parker from Texas Darnall Miller Rudy griselle little ROY Lewis, Margie singleton Margie singleton. Yeah. We got lots of start a stars on this thing. Of course, it if it's done by bear family in Germany. You can bet that its first stuff. State of the art. It turned out real good. I'm really excited about it. Nate Gibson is owned every cut. I I do I do sing and play on every. But I was also thinking I believe that you're going to be on one of our shows here. Yeah. I've been the day that were this is Jonathan Jane, and I are going to be filling in for Bill on March twenty seventh. And I think it's gonna come in and talk to us a bit more about the star date the stars on start a project hit Email. Yeah. If that's still is that still, okay? Then let's do it. Okay. Okay. We're we're really happy to have you here, Madison. I say, you're also a wonderful musician. I appreciate playing music with you guys for. Sure, thanks. I when I moved here two years ago, and the first thing I did was come down here to this show. And you guys were the first folks to welcome to Madison, and I can't thank you enough. So I I love the show. I love what you do. And I am really grateful to be here in Wisconsin. With y'all would be playing something this next week. Okay. Chance to open it up. Listen to that and cool and do have anybody else to. Thank you Bill. Mrs Stephen, we have Mary ward. And she likes everything about w or t so we thank you for your generous pledge and also Anthony Thomas. Anthony's getting the work black hoodie. Good for you. That's a great a great hoodie and he likes back to the country and mud acres. So thank you Anthony, and Mary online, we haven't think Edward from Edgerton likes another green world in the original Wilson brothers. So thank you Edward. And we have Gordon green who's called in from spring green. And that's our first spring green call and he's getting Patsy Kline collection. Heartaches number three, he likes back to the country and just touches my heart, and that's great. Thanks so much for your generous pledge and here, we're out Bill, and I are at another twenty five dollars for an were delighted to hear from our friend, and fellow musician friend, and where the fans of Chris Plata. This call them with a donation likes them by them later black back to the country Mellon Floyd and tropical rhythms. And we're going to hear from Chris and an plot to later, and I just want to say besides Madison we've heard from new glares from Mazo Stoughton. Jefferson. Albany wanna key cross plains beaver dam Edgerton, Beloit, spring rain. Oh my goodness. And here's one from Nashville a awhile just came in from our great friend, John fab key. Thank you so much John long live war. And I wanted to say we've heard from Norman Oklahoma and Washington DC this morning too. This is Jonathan I wanna thank Maryland and Bill Jacobson who phoned in from Middleton..

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"thomas anthony" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:49 min | 3 years ago

"thomas anthony" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I'm like those that sounds amazing. Does that sound good Travis sit back chill get ready for Super Bowl Sunday tomorrow. Maybe binge a little Netflix today. Maybe maybe watch a Lakers warriors leaving right now. Like, you guys are just going to be a producer. Control. Now, I gotta Vegas. Boy. Is there a better snowy day on the east coast? A rainy day of the west coast meal, then grilled cheese and tomato soup. I'll raise your clam chowder clam chowder what about a bread bowl of some type of chat apps all in. Broccoli cheddar action. I'm still sitting here. Pulling off the highway every stop getting some of that. Yes. Yes, slowdown. You're welcome. All right. So it's ESPN radio. It's a rainy day here in California. But nobody cares. Everyone else's. The frosting from this cold front we had. But like I said we're talking about parents because there there's a lot of parents in the news a lot of parents in sports. We're going to talk about your kids. And what if they don't even like sports later on? But. I'm dealing with that personally. But. Anthony Davis is dad was news this week. We we put him in the category. I don't say yet by any means. But that category of Floyd Mayweather senior of he's not lavar ball yet of angel Garcia. What is it a? The Danny his dad, right? There's certain guys that speak up for their son quite a bit. And. You see moms get applauded once in a while like, katie's mom, she's real MVP. See a lot of prompts to his dad this week game. As Boston jersey. Parents get loved, you know, they put a lot of time at effort into getting these athletes to where they are. But where's the line everybody, and you can hit us up at eight eight eight say ESPN, where's the line on the role of an athlete's parents and what they should say. There is a line. I'm not sure Anthony Davis is dad crossed it. Okay. Either. Okay. Let me read what he said he says I would never want my son to play for Boston. After what they did the Isaiah Thomas. Anthony Davis senior told ESPN Friday referencing the former Celtics are point guard who was traded for Kyrie Irving. Mid is recovery of hip injury. He said, there's no loyalty the guy gave his heart and soul, and they traded him. Yeah. So here's a father who loves his son. Put it in perspective. His son is twenty five years old and David still respects what his dad says. I'm sure respects his opinion. I'm sure they make decisions together as a family. I'm not saying that his dad is calling the shots. I'm saying that at twenty five even now at forty two I would still run things by my parents to that respect. Would you be okay? If your dad came out, and let's say, you're contracts in a year, whatever and your dad's like, you know, I would never want Calvino to go. ESPN or whatever member we said the line. I didn't think it was crossed. Now, if my parents came marching into my place of employment yelling at my boss, telling my boss, how they don't like how my show is being handled. Mom, listen, I'm a professional. I can handle my own battle that. I'd be embarrassed to leave us. Call. Davis's dad is doing here. He's just giving his opinion. And for all, you know, and everyone else that's judging his dad, he may know, very well because this is dad, and that's his son. He may not very well that his son has no interest in playing for Boston. So we can say whatever he wants the only angle I have for. Parents speaking up is in Littleton. This happens in high school sports. It happens in little league. It happens in pop Warner football. But the only angle I can think of is Anthony Davis. If you go to his dad and asked him a question he's going to answer. You travis's pair. He doesn't have to answer it though. But I'm saying if you went to Vegas boys parents and be like, hey, how do you think ESPN trades Vegas? Boy, his mom or dad could say something that they don't think is harmful like well. He works a lot me. Just don't pay him enough. Like think about it. A lot of our parents would probably say dumb things if asked right, right? The thing is no one has a microphone up your parents know, especially only defensive Anthony Davis has dad says no no loyalty your son's under contract. And he's telling the team he wants to be traded. Where's the loyalty? Variant Davis senior. Yeah. I mean, you could say that as well. But I look at it this way. Parents teach it a couple of life lessons, they teach at a web your, but they teach read a book, I'm have a daughter who's almost two. But after that, you don't kick them out. The nap always your kids teacher to colors of teacher had a stack little blocks. There comes a point could be no he's twenty five twenty six you, and I are from different cloth. When I was out of college. Maybe once in a blue moon, I'll run by my dad, like what do you think of this? But you're a grown, man. Anthony Davis senior has no business negotiating or plotting out NBA contra, absolutely. But that's not what's going on. He's giving his opinion about how he feels about that organization, and where he wants his son to be treated the best. He's still a parent. You know, he's not signing contracts for his son by any means. I have no problem with what he said again he had a microphone in his face. They asked him a question. It's not like here's where I do. Have the problem for anyone thinking that I'm being? A a softy here. You know for the high school parent or college parent who goes to the coach and has a problem with the coach I want my son to be in the game this lane. You know, your your kidneys to deserve to play the earned that right earned that spot? But apparent who's there because quite possibly maybe they know what they're talking about. You mentioned Floyd Mayweather, look, the Mayweather's come from a long line of boxers. Should he not respect his dad? Yeah. I know it's funny, and it's an be annoying appear like humorous to us. Yeah. But they're still great boxing minds, even though that's. Floyd Mayweather, father and uncle avoid senior. And Roger I'm sure to Anthony Davis respects, his dad's opinion, and I don't think his if his dad really cares about them that much wouldn't say anything that would jeopardize. Listen him in this situation. Let me make it clear. I don't think at the devastating seniors a bad guy. He said anything. Preposterous, lavar ball. No, no way yet. I don't think he said anything wrong or anything preposterous. I just think that you and I are cut from different cloths. Okay. I don't I don't necessarily think as a grown man, you just don't respect their value. Your parents opinion. I could say the same thing and say, I find that equally odd because I still even though I'm a grown, man respect their opinion. You don't live life. Travis. Let's stay the longer life. They know.

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Anthony Davis Sr. doesn't want son in Boston, cites treatment of Isaiah Thomas

Michael Berry

00:27 sec | 3 years ago

Anthony Davis Sr. doesn't want son in Boston, cites treatment of Isaiah Thomas

"Carson the news broke earlier this week that Anthony Davis wanted out of New Orleans didn't wanna play for the pelicans anymore. We now know one team his Dan doesn't want him to be traded to that would be the Boston Celtics citing the team's treatment of Isaiah Thomas. Anthony Davis senior till the SPN. The Celtics have quote, no loyalty guy, gives his heart and soul. And they traded him end, quote Davis senior clarified that this was solely his own opinion. And that he can't speak

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