36 Burst results for "Three Days"

Danny Masterson's Fate Will Only Be Known After Thanksgiving

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:05 min | 3 d ago

Danny Masterson's Fate Will Only Be Known After Thanksgiving

"I'm very perturbed by this. Danny Masterson. We're not going to discover his fate on those three counts of forcible rape until after Thanksgiving, probably Monday or Tuesday, there was three days of deliberations by the jury, and the town of the deadlock, the deadlock on all three counts. They can't reach unanimous decision and deciding that three days isn't enough to declare a mistrial. The LA superior court judge has sent everybody home for Thanksgiving, the defense team is protesting, and they gave the panel instructions to return on November 28th to start their deliberations again. This is not good if we want this guy locked up. I mean, on some level, it's good because they really want to get to know what they're looking at, but on some level it's been. You know, you always want to slam dunk. Jury came back in two hours. That didn't happen here. But sometimes it feels like we're always waiting for an explosive trial and then nothing happens.

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Fresh update on "three days" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:51 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "three days" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Have, including your colleague green. And if you're in a mood for pie. Vampires are a great way to get mashed potatoes, veggies or sweet potatoes into a different form. The goal she says is to not feel like you're having Thanksgiving all over again. And remember cooking is supposed to be about good food, good flavors, and just having a good time. Melissa, how will WTO penis? It's four 25. Money news at 25 and 55 years and cakes. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Elon Musk says Twitter will relaunch its new verified service next Friday after a series of delays and mishaps over fake account, Twitter had suspended the $8 subscription program to combat a growing problem of users impersonating major brands, all verified accounts will have to be manually authenticated after Twitter lost more than half its workforce. Nintendo has set a sales record for new switch video games, Pokémon scarlet and violet scored 10 million units in sales globally in the first three days of release, Nintendo's biggest debut on any platform. Now 5 years old, the switch console relies on big game launches to maintain momentum for its software and hardware sales. Food giant Nestlé has begun selling vegan foie GRAS in two European countries. Animal welfare activists have criticized the tradition of force feeding ducks or geese. An early close for Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 153 points, the NASDAQ closed down 59. The S&P 500 down by a point. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Ann cates on WTO. Coming up after traffic and weather and update on the Walmart shooting in Virginia, so plenty of deals to be found this

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European teams abandon plan to wear armbands at World Cup

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 d ago

European teams abandon plan to wear armbands at World Cup

"The captains of 7 European nations won't wear armbands supporting the one love campaign in games after FIFA said the players would be shown yellow cards The decision comes three days after beer sales at stadiums was suddenly banned under pressure from the Qatari government and two days after the FIFA precedence extraordinary tirade defending the host nation's human rights record of a climb down after the FIFA threats came hours before the captains of the England Netherlands and Wales teams were due to wear the armbands in Monday's games I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Ellen Pompeo Leaves 'Grey's Anatomy' After 19 Seasons

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:56 min | Last week

Ellen Pompeo Leaves 'Grey's Anatomy' After 19 Seasons

"By she, I mean Ellen Pompeo, the actress who's now said goodbye to working on gray's anatomy, who was it 19 seasons playing Meredith grey on the ABC show? So it's 2022, so 19 years ago, we're talking 2002, 2003, actually. Why is he why are you a little bit freaked out? I'm not freaked out by it. I see what Ellen has turned into. She's always like a pretty, pretty girl. Kind of sexy ish and a little elfin way. If you understand, but you know, most of you, some of you know that I go way back with Ellen Pompeo. We used to live in the same building in the west village of Manhattan. Greenwich Village, west village, and it was great building a lot of people there. Amber Valletta Courtney Love Drew Barrymore, which is the end of the guy from American history X Ed Norton, jodeci, the group, oh, great building. Great people in Nam was a lot of fun being in the elevator, being in a lobby and seeing people come and go. Ellen Pompeo lived with a guy in that building who was a photographer. They weren't getting along too well. And, you know, she would come to my room because we knew each other and she'd bring a bottle of wine and nothing went down, nothing no sex, something like that, but she'd bring a bottle of wine, it takes some glasses out and would have some wine and talk and she'd tell me about her situation or problems how she wasn't getting along with that guy and she really wants to act and she's taking acting classes and nothing's happening. Blah, blah, blah. In fact, then I was the guy who was getting work and doing things. So Ellen would like come to my apartment to talk about the industry and stuff because I was going to LA every couple of weeks to do stuff and write my column and eventually I said, you know, when I go to LA, would you mind watching my dogs and watering my plants? I'm only leaving for like three days top. She goes, I would love to. I said, if you're having a problem with the guy, just sleep here, sleep in my bed. Really say, you know, can't you sleep in a bed? So she would sleep in a bad one of my plants walk my dogs, boom. She blew up. She did a movie, was it old school? Which was a nice part, and then forget it. Bang up. Right? To graze anatomy, know, well, maybe not all of you know how much money she makes, but I think almost $20 million a season. Ellen cleaned up, not bad, not bitter, but when you're in this business, there are some people who fly by you and there's like nothing you could say, like it just happens, you know? Like, wow. That really happened to her career. She went, she got that famous that quickly. Yeah, she did. 19 seasons and done. She never has to work another day in her life. Of course she will. But never has to.

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Kari Lake: 'We Will Never Have Another Election Run Like This'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:07 min | 2 weeks ago

Kari Lake: 'We Will Never Have Another Election Run Like This'

"Will never have another election run like this. I'm sick of it and the people are sick of it. And we are going to don't worry, Charlie, and don't worry, America and don't worry, Arizona. We're going to change things up so we don't have this happening every single election. And we'll work very hard to make sure that doesn't happen. I'm always going to speak the truth. And I will be Arizona's cheerleader, but when we have something that's not working, we have to admit it. And it's not working the way we're doing things. I think, you know, there could be some intentional there could be some intentional actions here to slow roll this. They always intentionally have the early ballots ready to go. We roll those out on election night. They favor the Democrats and they want to bring down the excitement for Republicans. This is a Republican year. Republicans and even people who aren't Republicans are tired of the dead end policies of the Democrat party. But they wanted to throw, like I said, throw cold water on our movement. They want to take that victory away. They want to make it look like America first is not thriving when in fact it is. Don't believe the narrative that you're hearing. They're going to get two or three days of this where they're saying, oh, Trump didn't do well. His picks actually did do quite well. They did very well in America first movement is still alive and well. And I think they didn't want us to have our big moment with our big victory speech. They did this to me in the primary. They slow rolled the results when they finally led us to clear victory. And when they finally declared me the winner, I was only up, I think, a half a point. So the media ran with the false narrative that I squeaked out a win, a narrow victory, and then later in the coming days they finally counted the rest of the ballots only to reveal that I won by 5 points, which is pretty good when you're up against four opponents. I won by 5 points. But the media never covered that. They kept with that narrative that it was a squeaker. And I think they're going to try to do that again. I believe we win, and I think we win by a good margin. And we are going to go on to reform our elections so we never had this embarrassment again. Yeah,

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Ohio Reelects Mike DeWine

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ohio Reelects Mike DeWine

"You hear it live inside the beltway on the third day after election day. I'm joined by one of the big winners Thursday. I know Ohio governor Mike dewine is back. Congratulations governor dewine, a million vote margin plus. You must still be feeling pretty good. Well, good morning, Hugh, thank you very much, yes. You feel good. We ended up with about 63% of vote obviously very, very happy and now looking forward to four more years of working and pushing for Ohio to move forward. We're a state on the move in the united talked about this before and you know how very well it's a manufacturing state. We get a lot of new businesses coming in and big emphasis on Asian neurologic education as well as the current project.

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Alaa Abdel-Fattah mother: is he alive?

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Alaa Abdel-Fattah mother: is he alive?

"Fears grow on the state of health of the jailed Egyptian pro democracy activist a la Abdel Fattah The mother of Abdel Fattah who is on a hunger and water strike has gone up to the prison where her son is held for the third day in a row in hope of getting proof that he's still alive amid increasingly growing concerns about his health His family has been lobbying for his release for months taking advantage of the international spotlight on Egypt's human rights record at cop 27 however they fear prison authorities might resort to force feeding him to keep him alive I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Might We See Trump Vs DeSantis

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:28 min | 2 weeks ago

Might We See Trump Vs DeSantis

"The percentage of Republican voters who are willing to hop on board the Trump train again is probably really high, 75, 80%. Maybe more. The percentage of Democrat voters who will walk through fire to defeat him is 100%. And that's tricky math. It's tricky math. If we slide a desantis out there, I mean, they're going to hate him too. But there's something about Trump that uniquely triggers the Rob Reiner's. That uniquely triggers the joy reads, desantis will, too, but in the same way that any conservative presidential candidate would. So I sit here before you today and I just don't know what's in our best interest. I have told you that from the moment I haven't told you yet, I told my local audience. Well, is it three days ago? The Trump was at a rally. I think it was in Florida. No, it wasn't in Florida, but he was talking about Ron, referred to him as Ron de sanctimonious. I did not like that. I did not like that. And not that I want to blow that out of proportion. But it gave me just the first aroma of the real unpleasantness, the real awkwardness, the real tension of a Trump desantis primary. Because I think Trump's going to think that he can dispatch desantis with the same kind of epithets that he did, Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush. And that just ain't gonna happen. It ain't gonna work.

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Filmmaker Haggis finishes testimony, denies claims by women

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Filmmaker Haggis finishes testimony, denies claims by women

"The rape trial of an Oscar winning filmmaker is nearing its end in New York City Most of the major drama in the case ended this past Friday when Paul haggis wrapped up three days on the stand in his own defense he choked up and wiped away tears as he ended his testimony responding to allegations by a publicist that he raped her in his Manhattan apartment in 2013 hackers told the jury he was a very flawed human being and that he made the 2004 movie crash because he couldn't figure out how to be good That prompted his attorney to ask if that self criticism was referring to him sexually assaulting anyone haggis replied oh God no with haggis and his accuser both done testifying now Court resumes today with the jury expected to get the case by midweek A Moscow's Gabrielle

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In campaign swing, Biden focuses on incumbent Democrats

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 weeks ago

In campaign swing, Biden focuses on incumbent Democrats

"President Biden is on a final big campaign swing before Tuesday's midterms It's a three day four state blitz to back Democrats in tight races from solidly blue California Illinois and New Mexico to battleground Pennsylvania The trip reveals a defensive stance The president spending most of his time trying to help keep seats Democrats already hold In areas he easily won two years ago Last night though he was on offense Silence is complicity Urging Americans to take a stand against voter intimidation and political violence in dark terms the president warned of ultra maga challenges to democracy and said the power to preserve it lies where it always does With the people in your hands and your heart and your balance Sagar Meghani at The White House

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Three Days of Democrat Conspiracy Theories After Pelosi Home Attack

Mark Levin

01:20 min | 3 weeks ago

Three Days of Democrat Conspiracy Theories After Pelosi Home Attack

"Have now spent three days listening to the Democrat party conspiracy theories And big lies about how Republicans or Trump supporters or fill in the blank who they oppose incited the attack on Paul Pelosi Now when you read the charges now against the psychopath who attack Paul Pelosi the Democrat party conspiracy theories I demonstrated to be nothing but hopeful lies on their part Hopeful lies That doesn't stop virtually every single elected Democrat Democrat candidate and media outlet AKA Democrat corrupt media outlet from promoting it And not only that writing stories about poor Nancy Pelosi how she's been subjected to such harsh politics by the Republicans for years Nancy Pelosi is a vicious vile politician Who is power hungry

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Gilgeous-Alexander scores 24 as Thunder beat Clippers again

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Gilgeous-Alexander scores 24 as Thunder beat Clippers again

"Shay gildas Alexander and the thunder beat the clippers for the second time in three days one 18 one ten Gil just Alexander led the OKC scoring with 24 points despite picking up four fouls by halftime with him on the bench at the start of the third quarter the thunder erased a 7 point deficit and went ahead 71 70 Oklahoma City got off to a great start building a 30 12 lead before handing LA its third straight loss Head coach Mark Daniel Good lesson for us and I was really impressed by how we handled the second half To throw another third punch And I thought we really stood up That was very encouraging Norman Powell pays the clippers with 21 points I'm Dave fairy

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12 jurors seated for Trump Organization tax fraud trial

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

12 jurors seated for Trump Organization tax fraud trial

"Its second just three days to see the jury of 12 people in the New York tax fraud trial of Donald Trump's company I Norman hall 5 of the jurors were sworn in Thursday joining 7 who were picked Tuesday alternates still need to be seated but lawyers say they're on track for opening statements on Monday the four men and 8 women selected so far emerged from an exacting process gluten a 32 part questionnaire and one on one questioning The goal was to sift out candidates with biased opinions about the Republican former president and his company the Trump organization The firm is accused of helping some top executives of what income taxes on compensation On Norman hall

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Ethnic group says Myanmar air attack kills 60 at celebration

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Ethnic group says Myanmar air attack kills 60 at celebration

"Air strikes by Myanmar's military have killed more than 60 people including singers and musicians According to a rescue worker the victims of the attack had been at an anniversary celebration of the Kachin ethnic minorities main political organization The attack comes three days before Southeast Asian foreign ministers hold a special meeting in Indonesia to discuss the worsening situation in Myanmar The number of casualties appeared to be the most in a single air attack since the military seized power in February I'm Mimi Montgomery

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Stanton, Judge bash Yanks to 5-1 win, into ALCS vs Astros

AP News Radio

00:21 sec | Last month

Stanton, Judge bash Yanks to 5-1 win, into ALCS vs Astros

"Giancarlo Stanton got New York all the runs that would need with a three run Homer four banners into the game off air and soval Aaron judge then upped the lead to four zero with the solo shot in the second inning Nestor Cortez pitching on just three days rest limited Cleveland to one run and three hits in 5 innings The Yankee bullpen shut the door the rest of the way The yanks now got a Houston for game one of the ALCS Wednesday night

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Raymond Arroyo: Previewing 'The Wise Men Who Found Christmas'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | Last month

Raymond Arroyo: Previewing 'The Wise Men Who Found Christmas'

"We do want a little bit of Christmas in our lives in the joy and love of the message of the wise men. Tell me about the wise men who found Christmas Raymond Arroyo. You know Mike, I knew very little about the wise man. I knew what we all know. And it occurred to me as, you know, I wrote a book called the spider who saved Christmas several years ago. And that book has become such a hit in a perennial for people they use it during the holidays with their family. And I was thinking, what else could I write about that touches on Christmas? And the wise men are the most beloved characters of Christmas. They are celebrated in south Central America, Europe, the orthodox church, they celebrate the feast of the three kings or the epiphany. That's the day that wise men reach the price child. That's when they celebrate Christmas, not on December 25th. So I thought, what is it about these guys? What do we know about them? It turns out the old song is really wrong, Mike. They were neither kings, there may have been more than three of them, and they were not from the far east or the far orient. They were actually probably from tetra, which is just three days journey from Jerusalem. Very nearby. And the background of who they are, why they went after this child and the significance of those three gifts I decided to explore. I spent maybe 8 months researching this was going to turn it into a bigger book. And then I said, no, it should be a family read. So that everybody can kind of get at it. So I turned it into a narrative, and it's a family adventure, and it is high stakes when you realize, again, you're talking about the political reality that we live in with Nancy Pelosi and, you know, dangerous praetorian guard wanting to stop people and invaders and the whole thing. Well, times have not changed very much. In this case, you had this group of wise men around the king of, in Petra. He sends these men as a royal delegation to Herod to try to keep the peace heritage killed three of his sons and a wife to protect his throne. He was not a sweet happy guy.

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How Did 'Dutch Sheets' Get His Name?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:17 min | Last month

How Did 'Dutch Sheets' Get His Name?

"As my guest for the full hour, someone I only met very recently, but with whom I've been familiar for quite some time, his name is Dutch sheets and my first question Dutch sheets is how do you get a name like Dutch sheets? You know, I get asked all the time. Is this a business? I got the thing. I got the name from my dad who nicknamed me that soon I was three days old. Is that true? Stuck. Why? It's true. And it's stuck, the only explanation I've ever had was that I looked like a little Dutchman and I couldn't begin to tell you what the looks like. It looks. You don't have time for that. But so what was it? What was your given name? William. William, all right. But I don't know, maybe was your dad a fan of Ronald Reagan, who was called Dutch? No, you know, I don't have any explanation. My mom tried to stick with Bill or William till I was 6 years old and she finally gave up. I've been Dutch ever since. After 9 11, I changed it as a part to a part of my legal name because I kept getting in trouble at airports because I'd signed Dutch sheets or show them something and, oh, your passport says, William, you know, anyway.

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Biden goes West on 3-state tour as midterm elections near

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

Biden goes West on 3-state tour as midterm elections near

"President Biden is heading west with weeks to go before the midterm elections that'll decide congressional control It's a three day trip that summarizes The White House's midterm strategy Get a broadly unpopular president and other officials into places where they can rally democratic faithful and promote what the administration's done They're going to talk about the success that we have seen Spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre says the president's eager to travel starting in Colorado today Rachel designated national monument outside veil at the request of senator Michael Bennet who is in a tough reelection fight From there it's on to Oregon and California which has the nation's highest gas prices and where Republicans are looking to capitalize in house races Sagar Meghani Washington

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Pound falls after UK bank chief rules out extending help

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Pound falls after UK bank chief rules out extending help

"The British pound has sank against the dollar again after senior banker comments Andrew Bailey the governor of the Bank of England has confirmed the banker will not extend an emergency debt buying plan introduced last month to stabilize financial markets The scheme will end on Friday as scheduled on a trip to Washington Bailey told fund managers You've got three days left now You've got to get this done the pound fell almost 1% to just below $1.10 after Bailey spoke before rallying slightly Charles De Ledesma London

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"three days" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

04:10 min | 5 months ago

"three days" Discussed on The Lead

"Players like Ronald Acuna are really the vessel for that into baseball. Well, finally, Justin, bringing this back to the guy who plays right next to Acuna and the outfield, Michael Harris, just three years after the braves drafted him out of high school. He's playing for his hometown team as they try to defend their World Series title. What has he said about what it's like for him being out there in a braves uniform on a contending team? Yeah, it's been crazy for him. And I've asked him this, I feel like a few times. One time he just told me that he was like a fan playing on the team. He goes, you really can't make this up, honestly, and he told me he goes, you can dream it, but he says nothing really compares to it, and just being out there on the field, having the brave Jersey with your name on it, and having the people behind you, cheering for you. And one of the best for you. It feels, it feels amazing. I never thought it would be like this. You can dream, you know, what you wanted to lead. But actually being here on the field with these guys, especially a lot of guys that I grew up watching and rooting for. It's always a good feeling. I even asked him last night what it was like, you know, having been a braves fan. And to now being part of one of the better teams and franchise history in terms of winning streaks, and he just said it's crazy because he remembers being in the stands last year for the NLCS against the Dodgers and those crazy games. And now he's on the field. Now that's him. And he was always the kid who watched braves games growing up, and he would envision himself in a big spot, whether, you know, it was extra innings, bottom of the 9th, you know, in a close game, you would envision himself moving a runner over, getting a key hit, or even hitting a home run, and now to actually be in a position to do those things for the braves. It's set in a little bit for him because he's mature beyond his years, but he hasn't lost the zest for it and hasn't lost the passion and hasn't lost the acknowledgment of how cool this is for somebody like him and how much he's living out a dream, which I think is awesome to see because he with some of these guys. And he's still young, but they play it off. Michael Harris doesn't play it off. He's very chill. He's very humble, but he's still acknowledges that he's living out a dream. And it's been really special to see. Well, thank you so much, Justin for coming on and telling us the story. Even as a mets fan, you can't help but like the guy. I'm looking forward to see how this NLE series goes. It'll be really interesting. Oh yeah, no, hopefully yeah, hold your breath over the next few months. It's gonna, it's gonna play out over a long time, but yeah, thank you so much for having me again, you know, I'm a big fan of the podcast and it was really fun to come on here with you. You can read Justin toscano's full story about Michael Harris and follow his regular coverage of the braves at the Atlanta journal constitution. And hear him on the braves report podcast. Thanks for listening this week. Our senior producer is Matt stroke. Production by Ian Hurley. Production assistance by Megan Coyle and dessa water rod. Fact checking by Simon Campbell sound design and mixing by Erin may, Joe Richardson and Daniel Gonzalez. Our executive producer is Anders telltale. The show is executive produced by Marshall Louis and Jen Sargent for wondering. From.

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"three days" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

07:49 min | 5 months ago

"three days" Discussed on The Lead

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And in the meantime, Orlando RC is going to be the starting second basement. Now, Alex and thoughtful is could go find somebody better than him, whether they want to trade for that person or give up what it might take, remains to be seen, but Orlando RC is going to get everyday second base, you know, playing time and they obviously hope they stay healthy in that infield now. Now the braves are, of course, the defending World Series champs as much as it's still pains me to say that. And they won the last four at least titles, but they're currently four and a half games behind the mets in the NL east. A lead that was ten and a half games, not that long ago. So how do you see this chase for first between the braves and the mets unfolding over the next few months? Do you think this is going to go down to the wire? I do, I do. I think this is going to be finally after the mets bowing out the past few years. Finally, one of those tight NLEs mets braves, two passionate fan bases, one of those runs where it goes down to the wire. Both teams are good, both teams are stacked, both are deep, and I don't really see the mets running away with it quite like they did. I think the braves have kind of climbed off the mat, pulled themselves back or no longer sleepwalking. Now, here's the thing to mention, is that the braves are basically used enough all their time right now gets a lot of this softer schedule. And they're not going to be playing the a's and the rockies and the nationals forever. But I don't see the mets being up ten games anymore. I think this is going to be a very tight race, especially because the mets and braves have a couple series coming up over the next couple of months and that last series that they play the second to last series of the season in September into October at truest park could really go far away to decide it because I think these two are so evenly matched and what they present with talent and depth in their lineups. Well, let's just wait until Jacob to Grom and Max Scherzer come back. That's the caveat, right? It's crazy because I had covered that team for three seasons and I'm willing to say that this is, you know, usually I'm a, okay, I'll believe it when I see it. You know, I saw them collapse. We'll see, but they've been doing this without degrom without Scherzer, Marte has been herb and they had that scare with Alonzo. Would almost made me sold on them was how everything seemed to go wrong on their West Coast road trip. And I think they still finished it over 500. Usually like the Met's spiral at a road trip like that. But I think this group with buck showalter and Steve Cohen's resources. I don't think this winning streak by any means means the braves are going to win a 5th straight division title. The mets are still very much formidable. It might even still be the favorite. I wouldn't argue with you there. I think it's going to be a very tight race though. Nobody's going to run over the other. Well, going back to Atlanta, we also can't talk about the braves without at least briefly looking at superstar Ronald Acuna junior and his NBA style home run celebration. So for anyone who doesn't know, can you tell us what's been going on there lately? Yeah, so Acuna has really taken a little bit and emulated the NBA guys. So the first one he did was home run right when he returned after a home run. He did LeBron James silencer. He does after a big shot on the road and pounding his chest and stomping his feet, and he did that right after he cracked the ball. Swing at a drive. That's not a single. That is a missile. I don't think the rockies fans liked it the LeBron at the plate. You know, he's only 24, but he's one of the game's superstars, one of the world's best athletes, and you should have seen the smile on his face when he heard that, you know, he was talking about LeBron tweeting at him after that. LeBron, you know, connecting with him. And he was over the moon about that. So then at one point he promised the next celebration he would do would be the ice tray. Trae Young celebration, an ode to another Atlanta superstar. And he did that. Does he mix it in some Trae Young over here? Yes, he did, man. Yes, he did. Oh my goodness, he puts a lot into those home run trials. I don't know what's coming next. I mean, I'm sure he's got ideas, especially because these have made so many waves and so much traction, but yet he likes to have fun and it's been funny to see, you know, you don't often see it cross over like that between the NBA and baseball and Ronald lacuna is one of those guys that transcends almost sports into pop culture and things that people know. And didn't he do the LeBron white chalk throw in the dugout? Yeah, yeah. I knew I was forgetting one. And yeah, he did the LeBron shock throwing LeBron he actually LeBron quote tweeted that and said, I think he said, man, I love this kid, and it's crazy. Like, you never think that a superstar athlete at world class athlete. It doesn't seem like anything would excite him this much, but Ronald lacuna after LeBron tweeting at him is like a little kid on Christmas. He should have seen his smile. Yeah, no, he's been having a lot of fun with it. And it's good for the Clubhouse and it's good for the dugout and the vibes in there. Good for the game. Yeah, exactly. I think we need more of that. I think guys need to just have fun and let loose and the NBA does such a good job of that and.

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"three days" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

07:47 min | 5 months ago

"three days" Discussed on The Lead

"Popped up right side. Ronald is in an under and the braves have won 14 straight games. Their longest win streak in 9 years. No team in Major League Baseball has been hotter than the Atlanta Braves in the month of June. And one of the many reasons why is the sudden emergence of their top prospect, the youngest player in the majors, center Fielder, Michael Harris. Fly ball headed for the gap in left center at the track at the wall leaping try and gone. There's the first big league home run for Michael Harris and opposite field bullet into the braves Lopez. Enjoy that can you never forget your first. Today, we're joined by Justin toscano, who covers the braise for the Atlanta journal constitution to hear the story of three days that led the braves to fall in love with Harris as a player. When a lot of the industry overlooked him. And so they went back and they talked about him in the meeting room after the workout and they were saying how jaw dropping and they were like kids on Christmas the scouting team because they knew what they had. Plus the latest on what's shaping up to be a hard fought race between the braves and the mets and the NL east. From wondering, I'm Tiffany osinski. It's Friday, June 17th, and this is the lead. Man, he just continues to get it done guys. He's not intimidated at all. Justin toscana welcome to the lead, thank you for joining us. Thanks for having me. I'm a big fan of your podcast. So it was really cool if you guys to reach out and I appreciate you taking interest in the story. And yeah, no, I'm really excited to be on. I'm excited to have you on as well. So the braves have not yet lost in June. They've won 14 in a row, the longest streak of any team in the major leagues this season. So where does this rank for you in terms of longest win streak you've covered? Are we approaching your personal record yet? No, they've surpassed it actually. I think this has got to be a record because I cover the mets for three seasons before this. And I think in 2019, gosh, I think it was 7 or 8 wins in a row, so this is, yeah, this is about it for me. Like I have never covered in anytime I've ever covered a winning streak that's gone on like this and certainly not one that includes the statistical anomalies and the nightly occurrences like this one has. Just looking at this win streak on the whole, what's been going right for this team? You mentioned some statistical anomalies a second ago. So what's really stands out in terms of what's driving the streak. So to me, it's the situational hitting has become a lot better. Two out runs, two out RBIs, two out hits. Hot shot, that's through for a base hit. One run scores Contreras streaking around third, lane Thomas's throw to the plate. Not cut off. The kid comes through the braves with three two out RBIs in the game. As we speak, the braves of Homer ten times in the last two games, 5 each night. Swing and a fly ball belt at first pitch. That one's gonna go. What a night for Riley. The babes are getting another and bad in this game and they've got a shot to 5 home runs again. They've hit three homers in the last inning and two thirds and so there's a lot going right. And earlier in the season, it almost felt like the braves were sleepwalking. Whether you want to call that the championship hangover due to the walkout or a shortened spring training or something else, who knows, but now it seems like the pieces are clicking. They've always had the talent. They've always said the pieces. They always seem to have the depth in the lineup and the bullpens look good. The rotations look good. And now they've got 5, 6, 7 hitters that are all going at the same time and you're seeing how scary that can be. Well, the guy we're here to talk about today, The Rookie center Fielder Michael Harris, has also been a big part of this since he joined the team in late May. Can you just describe him as a player and tell us a little bit about his impact so far? Yeah, I think the best way to describe him is he's a 5 tool phenom that also has an impressive mix of humility personality and a growth mindset. I feel like I got a lot better in 2020 actually without a season. Going to the alternate site and going that just face another big league talent there and actually building a routine, getting to see how they have routines that work for them and make them successful. I think a lot of times some players, especially ones who are that good, think they have it all figured out. Michael certainly does not. And you can tell that he's the most humble guy you ever speak to. Nothing can really match the moment actually being here. You can always dream about it, but actually being here, I don't think anything top shit at all. His impact is really, he's done so much for the braves. Not only is he lengthened their lineup with a really talented hitter at the bottom batting 9th, but he's single handedly improved their outfield defense. Harris with a great diving catch. Wow. That's twice. We've seen that in the last week, Michael house shoring up that center field defense. What a read. Sinking line drive. That's the toughest playing baseball right there, beach. Because he is a terrific defender in center field. That's allowed Adam Duvall to shift over to left field and Ronald lacuna to stay in right, which is taking the pressure off of Ronald the Cunha and Adam Duvall's legs for one, and two it's given them one of probably the game right now at the game's best center fielders there. Rifle toward right center field. Harris on the run. Lays out a great catch. I can't wait to see us do the statcast metrics on how far and how fast Michael went to get that bonus. And so it's completely changed the makeup of this team because you have a 5 tool guy who can not only hit, he can defend, he makes incredible plays in center field, takes the pressure off of those around him and super fast so he can affect games on the basis too, but the best way I would describe him is yet he's a 5 tool talent with pretty incredible humility and makeup by all accounts. Well, Justin, you recently wrote a great in depth story breaking down three days that led to the braves to really be sold on Harris as a prospect. At the time when, as you put it, he, quote, never jumped out as one of the country's top high school draft prospects. So let's go back to day number one at the prospect World Series in September of 2018. This is where a couple of key characters enter our story. So can you introduce us to them and tell us what happened that day? Yeah, so the key character there is Chris Lyon Eddie. Because he was the one who brought Michael to the prospect World Series. The three day event that the Yankees and the braves used to hold down in Atlanta. The Yankees would bring prospects, you know, high school draft prospects from the northeast and the braves would collect high school draft prospects from the southeast, and they would play. And so at a time when nobody knew about Michael Harris, the braves got to see him up close. And Chris Lyon Eddie had a feeling about him at this point, but Michael Harris was viewed in the industry as a pitcher. 90 to 93 decent breaking ball in high school as a senior, but when Chris tried to invite Michael to the prospect World Series, Michael wouldn't come. He goes, well, I'm not coming unless I get it bats. He goes, mister lionetti, I know you think I'm a pitcher. I believe in myself. I believe I'm a hitter. My favorite anecdote from there is just that during that event, it was in September, so it was during high school homecoming weekend around Atlanta. And so a lot of these kids were asking to bail out of the event. And they were saying, hey, can we play the first game and not the second game? Yada yada yada, my girlfriend will be pissed if I can't make it to homecoming. But meanwhile, Michael Harris was fighting them for more playing time. He wanted more at bats, he wanted to show himself off, and that's really what spoke to them. There's an adage in the scouting industry that goes these players are trying to tell us who we are. It's on us if we want to listen and Michael Harris that we.

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"three days" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 7 months ago

"three days" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Just gone 7 30 in the morning right here in Hong Kong and in Singapore It is a 7 30 in the evening on Wall Street I'm Rashad Salah And I'm Doug prisoner at the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in New York We've got a holiday for the next three days I should say in Japan trading will begin in Sydney and Seoul at the top of the hour and in two hours time trading in Hong Kong after a holiday We'll take a closer look at markets in a moment when Brian Curtis joins us right now a few of the sours top business stories Rich Yeah but Elon Musk said to be looking for additional financing for his purchase of Twitter Reuters claims that Musk is Musk is trying to spare some of his own wealth in the $44 billion deals been speaking with private equity firms and hedge funds about more financing Apollo global management and Arizona management are among the firms in talks with Musk in my schools are said to be talking with major Twitter investors about retaining equity in the new ownership instead of cashing out Citigroup may be facing some challenges as it moves to exit retail banking in Russia the question is whether financial sanctions will make it difficult to find a buyer last year Citigroup did announce plans to exit retail banking operations in 13 markets across Europe and Asia CEO Jane Fraser says Citigroup still intends to sell operations while serving corporate clients in Russia Here she is speaking at the milken global conference today in Los Angeles We are selling our consumer and our commercial banking franchise on the ground there and we're in active dialog around that And then what we've also been doing is focusing on helping the multinationals on the ground because.

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"three days" Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast

The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"three days" Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast

"He put in three 20. Three 20, okay? Yes. That's like a nice perfect C like average yeah size, not crazy big, not crazy small, just sort of like give you a good proportion. That is precisely what I wanted. That is exactly what I wanted. And that's what he gave me. He's not like some of these doctors. I've heard numerous times doctors sticking in bigger ones because they thought it looked better. And then the patient being horrified. That happened to a couple of my friends, actually. I've heard stories and when doctor, I remember at a plastic surgery meeting, and he said, and he was joking, but maybe not really. He was like, go big or go home. I was like, well, that's not really what all of us want. Some people sure. That's great. You know, a lot of us just want to be curvy in a natural way. Exactly. And so that's really nice. Yeah. Now, did he give you any instructions of things to do, specifically or not to do? I see him in a week and that's when he said he's going to give me the instructions on how to massage the muscle. So he's going to give me another week of healing until I can start pressing down and doing these massages. I guess 5 times a day for 5 minutes or something like that. But that's next week when I see him so one more week. And then what does he have you wearing? Like, do you have a special bra that's? Well, I have the very sexy. Nude colored bra that it hooks in the front. So it's really easy to put on. So there's no back issues. Not stretching back there. That makes sense. And then I have a little bit of gauze, but today I put on a dress with no pads just my boobs and this little garment that I have on. And I have a figure and I'm like, oh my God, this is awesome. I'm never gonna have to deal with the pads again. My whole life, pads, pads, pads, pads. Everything padded. And I'm just so thrilled that that's so cool. Yeah, right? Be like, that's incredible. You say you got to see them yesterday. Tell me her first reaction. When you take all the dressings off and my first reaction was, wow, that's what I'm supposed to look like. That's what my breasts are supposed to look like. Not these small kind of saggy breasts that I had before . When he first opened it up and said, do you want to see? I'm like, yes, I do. I am totally okay with seeing any kind of stitches. And I looked and I was like, these are the absolute perfect size for me. How did you know? And I guess he had doctor saltz in there with him. And they were like bouncing ideas off of each other about shitty put a bigger one on this side and this side and it turns out that they put exactly the same size in both breasts. Oh, interesting. Yeah, because some women do have to have most of us have some asymmetry. So one side's bigger than the other. So a lot of times somebody might say oh, I had three 50 here in three 25 there. And that's something that I think people don't realize. You know, we've got a group practice. We've got 5 amazing surgeons, and they do collaborate. And they do talk about things with each other to make sure it's like, you know, what would you do? And what technique would you use? And so obviously there are experts in their own right, but having that extra eye. Yeah. Yeah, is a really nice thing. So I was so honored because doctor Swiss and first of all, having him, I'm honored, but doctor saltz, I know that she's like the boob queen. I know several people who have gotten breast implants from doctor salt. So I felt so honored. She was in there as well. Oh, that's neat. Okay, so we're going to talk to you again and let's say in about three weeks. So maybe a month after surgery. So if you were going to make a prediction about how you're going to feel at that point, what would it be? I'm going to feel so confident and so happy that I'm going to be able to accomplish anything, really. There's going to be no part of my body that I'm ashamed of. How about that? Oh, I love that. That's awesome. Okay, so now Laura, tell everybody where they can follow you. You guys can follow me at Laura Kane after dark on Instagram and Laura Kane after dark on Facebook and just plain old Laura Kane on YouTube. And I can't wait. This whole thing has been videotaped. She even came into the OR and I'm really excited to see how all that turns out. Yeah, yeah. I can share some of that on my YouTube page. That would be absolutely. Yeah. So what we're going to do is we're kind of filming the whole journey so that then at the end of it, we'll put together like a little itty bitty movie. Of your journey. So yeah, that's in process right now. Oh yeah. Well, wonderful. And if you're listening today and you have questions, you need information about scheduling or financing, reviews or before and after photos check our show notes for links and thank you again, Laura. Don't go crazy because you feel so good, right? No, please tell me that again. Please don't go crazy because you feel so good. Okay. Because you don't want to set yourself backwards. There's nothing worse than feeling really good in overdoing it and then all of a sudden feeling like you did on day two. I think that's the biggest caution really is that patients, I think feel better than they thought they would. And then they're like, okay, let me go to this or not feel like running errands and doing this and picking up that, but I can't pick up my dog. I know I can't do any of this stuff. So I'm trying to be good. So I will. Thank you for telling me that again. Maybe your mom. Make sure I'll just be texting you, Laura. Take it easy. Okay. All right. Thanks everybody.

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"three days" Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast

The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"three days" Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast

"And today is your third day. I guess the surgery was Tuesday in today's Friday. So welcome back. First of all, thank you. And so we won't keep you for long because you're post-op, but don't worry about it. I feel like I could do anything. I know I'm not supposed to. But I feel like I'm organizing drawers and I'm getting all the stuff done. I feel 100% like I never even had the surgery. It's weird. I mean, you look gorgeous. She looks like perfectly ready to go to a party. So tell us about that day. How did your day start? How are you feeling? Give us a little rundown. Okay, well, because my surgery was in the afternoon. I couldn't eat from midnight on. So I was really hungry. That's the only thing that bummed me out as I was super hungry and thirsty. I was like, dying, but other than that, I was really excited. I wasn't nervous because doctor smithston gave me every single detail. I mean, he's so detailed. And he sits with you for so long. He's so good. So I wasn't nervous at all. I was a little anxious because I'm just excited and I didn't know what they'd feel like in my body. That was kind of making me a little anxious. But I get to la Jolla cosmetic and immediately they took me back in and then he marked me up, and he said, well, on this side, we're going to do a mini lift. So we don't have to do the lollipop lift. We're just going to move the nipple around. And then the other one, we're going to put in a fuller size because so they'll match. He was telling me all these things. I'm like, just do what you look. Just do whatever to look just to make it look good. I trust you a 100%. And so they mark me up and then walk me into the OR and I'm kind of a freak because I love surgery stuff. I think it's all so incredibly interesting. Most people would probably pass out, I was digging it. I'm looking at those big giant lights that they use and all the tools that they were going to use and I'm like, oh, and the anesthesiologist was great. Good. Do you remember his name? Gosh, darn it. If you gave me a couple names, I would know. So we have doctor young, doctor Hanley and doctor saltz. Doctor sulz husband is our one of our anesthesiologists. Oh my gosh, I think it was doctor saltz. He's such a great guy. And he was so nice. I said, you know, I might need more anesthetic to put me to sleep because I woke up during my colonoscopy. And I'm just afraid I don't want to wake him up during. He's like, we've got you covered. Don't you even worry? So then I just went in and they put the little thing on my mouth and next thing I know, I'm waking up and I want to go back to sleep. So I went back to sleep. And I vaguely remember doctor like an angel appeared above me, and he was like, are you okay? His sweet little face, you know? And he's like, what we did was this and this and that, of course, I don't remember anything, but he told me during my follow-up. But he's like, it looks great. You're going to do great. Don't worry. And then the anesthesiologists followed up with me. And I only took ibuprofen and acetaminophen, it was very I want to say there's pressure, but it doesn't hurt. Oh, interesting. It doesn't really hurt. Even though they cut the nipple and cut underneath, it's taped so well. That I don't feel shooting pains or anything like that. I thought I would probably be hurting because they cut me, you know? Yeah, yeah. But I'm fine on those met. And then I'm on the antibiotic. And then I went in for my follow up yesterday and he took it off. I'm like, oh my God, I'm scared. I'm scared 'cause I didn't really look like there was anything there 'cause it's so bandaged up, you know? And then he took it off. I'm like, oh my God, I have food. It's so hot. It was so fun and it didn't look gory to me at all. It just looked like, and then so he showed me another patient's progress photos. And he showed me the before, and then he showed me two days after, and they she had gotten quite at large implants. But that's not to say that the same thing is going to happen to me, but they were a little bit high. He says the muscles kind of angry because it has this foreign object in it. And so it calms down as the weeks go by. And he goes by 6 weeks, they're going to look like this. And they looked great and they're down and they look great now. I'd be happy if they stayed this way. But he said the muscle gradually relaxes and they fall into place. That's what he said. And so I'm like, I trust you, whatever you say, I believe you, but I am so happy. I am just thrilled. I love him. And he's a good dresser too. My little nappies. And he snappy is the perfect word is snappy. The last time he came on my podcast, which was last week. You know, I'm seeing it on Zoom. And I'm like, loving the shirt. It was just this cool print with two different prints and a jacket. I'm like, wow, he looks great. I love that. It's fun. It's fun. So that night, after surgery, so you was at Linda who took you home? Yes, my friend. God, bless her. She had a blanket in the car for me. She went and got me a jamba juice. I guess I was mumbling all the way home about something. I don't know. I go, why didn't you videotape me? That's funny stuff. And she's like, oh, I didn't want to embarrass you. I was like, since when? Okay, why stop now? Why stop there? But we got into bed, which wasn't a problem. I slept for like a whole day pretty much. And it was a little sore to moist myself up, but I had one of those wedges. I ordered a wedge and one of those little pillows that you can sit up against. So I had both of those. So I slept kind of in an incline, and it was very comfortable. It was very fine and so you just slept on your back. Are you a back sleeper or a side sleeper or a tummy sleep? I'm a side sleeper, but I didn't have any trouble sleeping. I think now I could probably sleep on my side very gingerly. I was very careful. But he didn't give me any restrictions as far as sleeping and sleeping upright. I just did that because it felt more comfortable. He said I can start bending my arm back against a door to sort of stretch those pectoralis muscles. Exactly. Yeah. Oh, I wash my hair today. I had no problem lifting my arms up, not one good, oh, good, good. Now, I do want to share what kind of implants he put in and how big and you know what? They give you a little card to keep in your purse. Just so you know, but they're the natural. They're the soft touch and.

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"three days" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"three days" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Three count them three days until the start of the 2021 National Football League season. Thursday night in Tampa Bay at Raymond James Stadium. The defending champion Buccaneers, led by Tom Brady will a 7.5 points as they get set to defend their crown against Mike McCarthy's Dallas Cowboys, which got Amber and I'm thinking, what are you and what are we most excited about heading into this season? Especially Coming off the primary. That was week one in the college football season. We're taking your calls on this Triple eight, Say ESPN that triple 87293776 Amber. Got a world of possibility at your fingertips. What's got you the most excited for this coming season? The NFL season is finally here. It's finally upon us. I'm a Miami Dolphins fan. So for me what I was actually looking most forward to a couple months ago. Coming into the season, anyways, was the New England Patriots. Not being good. They missed the playoffs. Last season for the first time since 2000 and eight and a few months ago, I felt like, hey, the era is done. Their dynasty is over. This is the bills time and this is the Dolphins time to try to compete with the bills at some point in that division. And then the Patriots. You know they do the thing where they actually spend money in the off season, which was very discombobulating for all of us, right. It was like have Bill Belichick and the team. There is spending spending money and like big big money in the off season, and they're actually bringing in these pieces that frankly, they really needed and they got a lot better. And then, of course, you have the guys who opted out not to play last season, they'll be obviously available this season. And then with that 15th pick, they move up and they draft Mac Jones because, you know, I didn't feel very confident about their quarterback situation. I was looking forward to that Mac Jones comes in to training camp and preseason, He starts blowing everybody away. And for a while there, it looked like it was a tight race between him and Km. But then, of course, they end up getting rid of Cam. And then you Here are these things that are coming out these rumors and different things that are being said, where Mac Jones was actually helping Cam learn the playbook there, and that Mac is doing all the right things behind the scenes and People are ready to give Mac Jones the gold jacket. People are so sold on the future of this kid, and all of a sudden it feels a whole lot like the New England Patriots are going to be good again. And like I only got a one year break from it. So what? I was looking forward to Not sure I'm any longer looking forward to at this point, Joe. I mean, you're in Miami Fancy. You still have the Hurricanes and the Marlins, Right? Oh, ouch. I'm actually a gator. Just so you know, but Ouch. Nevertheless, it was a good win. I do appreciate Dan Mullen trying to cover the spread late in that game. If you follow point spreads, and you're watching the end of Florida, and what was it Florida Atlantic. Well, there's no reason for Mullen to be doing anything he was doing unless he was trying to cover the point spread, which he desperately tried to do, but came up just short. I think the number one storyline for me coming into the season is the NFC West because I think that's the stomping ground for the Eventually NFC champion. I think you've got to go through there and you look at Matthew Stafford taking over with the Rams. He's 20 to 1 to win the MP award. I would make that bet Stafford is going to put up huge numbers inside that offense, and there's going to be a great narrative around his season with him, finally getting out of Detroit, finally having competent head coaching an arsenal of weapons at his disposal and elite defense. The Rams are a team to keep a very close eye on for the division, the conference and the Super Bowl and with Matthew Stafford at 20 to 1 to win the M V P. What's going to happen between Jimmy Garoppolo and Trey Lance in San Francisco? I think Garoppolo gets them off to a to start. It's not saying much. You're at Detroit and at Philadelphia to begin the season, But when do you get Trey Lance? More involved. The Seahawks should Operative. Word should be good under Russell Wilson. But a lot of people forget that Russ passive aggressively tried to get himself traded out of Seattle this offseason. That's a red flag to me and then Cliff Kingsbury in Arizona. He's got all the weapons he needs to win games. Does he have the ability as a head coach to manage those games late when the key decisions need to be made to put them over the top Because last year, he showed he is not up for that task. The Miami game comes to mind the New England game comes to mind. If his game management doesn't get better. They're no better than eight and 99 and eight inside that division, Josh in Georgia, Josh, We appreciate the phone call. Thanks for joining us and the doctor Pepper call in line. What are you most excited about the start of the NFL season in three days? Well, I know, like the college was the NFL and watching college football over the weekend and all the NFL fans. I just think they're ready to get the stadium's rocking Sunday. And, uh, going forward. Seeing fans in the stands was incredible. Friday night in Blacksburg, Enter Sandman for Virginia Tech Coming out Amber and then going into the fourth quarter of the Wisconsin Penn State game would jump around in the entire student section, trying to bring Camp Randall to its knees. It was awesome to see that over the weekend, it was really wild. I mean, I said earlier in the show. I don't think any sport benefits. As much as college football does from fans in the stands. It really is a necessity in that sport to have fans in the stands. I feel like really part of it like the really part of the product and they really affect I feel like what happens on the field, frankly, as well in the emotions of it all. It's been a great experience this weekend. Have some sense of normalcy, even though yes, we're still in this pandemic, and the players are still dealing with covid protocols. But the fans are back in the stance. Sam in New Hampshire. Sam joins us on the Doctor Pepper Call in line. What do you got? What are you most excited for for the upcoming season? Sam. Hello. Talk to us, Sam. That's all right, so excited, couldn't get the words out of his mouth. Thousands have been affected by Hurricane Ida and they urgently need support. Donate at red cross dot org slash ESPN red koras dot org slash ESPN to help the Red Cross respond to and help people.

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"three days" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"three days" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Three days to himself for Matt Jones. Help him beat out Cam for that position? Yeah, I don't know. Try number two Bill. Why was releasing Cam in the best interest in team? Well, that's our decision, And that is true. He has a point there some good substance here, though, on Covid did cams vaccination. Status have anything to do with him being released? No hang in there. There's more. I'm telling you, you guys keep talking about that, and I would just point out that I don't know what the number is. I mean, you guys can look it up. You have the access to a lot of information. But the number of players and coaches and staff members that have been infected by covid in this training camp who have been vaccinated is pretty high number. So Wouldn't lose sight of that. Bill Belichick drew Mojo and WBC. Boston's news radio really is all business for the Patriots sends fans have no right to know what it is apparently. It's 8 37. How about this? An alert dog to the rescue at a local motel. Smoky Electrical fire evacuates a Cape Cod motel. Eric Olson is the manager of the South Cape Motel in McCoy Village. Yeah, we've got the founding police and all the film of Fire Department. Most of the fire department is here. One of the tenants had a electrical fire in his room. One of the other tenants actually pull them out of their Olson credits his dog for barking and waking him up And I tell you, my dog Was one of the first alerts. Laurie Kirby WBZ Boston's NewsRadio, women really feeling the stress at work these days, the research says. Be careful. A new study finds women are more likely to experience work, stress and fatigue that could increase the risk of a heart attack or stroke. Swiss researchers found the risk factors are rising faster among women than men. They believe it could be linked to an increase in the number of women working full time and juggling responsibilities at home. Very interesting, Study finds Men were more likely to Smoke and be obese than women. But females reported a bigger increase in the non traditional risk factors for heart attacks and strokes, such as work, stress, sleep disorders and feeling tired and generally fatigued. It's 8 38. Let's check in on Wall Street before the opening bell and we get the word from Bloomberg's John Tucker and Jeff US companies adding fewer jobs than expected, reflecting persistent hiring challenges. It also suggests a slowdown in the labor market recovery business payrolls increasing by 374,000 last month. That's according to ADP. Amazon planning to hire 55,000 people globally. The positions are for corporate and technology roles in the coming months and Hurricane IDA knocking out power to millions of homes and businesses. Is now estimated to have caused almost $18 billion in damage that will be covered by insurers. And that's according to one risk modelling firm ahead of the open on Wall Street down futures of 91 S and P Futures of 15, the NASDAQ futures 61 points higher. I'm John Tucker Bloomberg business on WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio, making waves and catching them to on the South Shore details next. It's 8 39. Speaker. My smart speaker doesn't matter how you say it. Spot speaker just have it played WBZ NewsRadio on I Heart radio. Wicked, smart. Go.

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"three days" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"three days" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

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"three days" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"three days" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

"Them into the world and it was. These guys should decided we ought to have some kind of detente with the soviet union. And they envisioned a world in which the us had to shed some of the overbearing responsibilities while still leading And and that's really key that despite devaluing the dollar linking it from gold pudding tariffs on. They never once wanted to break the international economy. They just wanted the a a more modest rove the us less burdensome role for the us and so they kept in mind this big strategic picture that we wanna work an open world economy. We wanna lead. But we can't do it all and by the way and here's years where we really come to the carn- parallel in seventy one. The problems that were happening within the country were very similar to today. We had enormous urban problems. We had urban violence. We had antiwar demonstrations we had mounting trade deficits. We had the beginnings of inflation We had unemployment and so he knew unless he could get a grip on these domestic issues. Or let me put it this way. He couldn't get a grip on them. If we were so totally involved outside the us that it was taking all of our time and energy so he managed a major adjustment in the us position in the world as we leave afghanistan and iraq. I think that if parallel this nixon understood when one era was ending in a new one to begin. I think that's where biden is right now that we have a chance. We have a chance to move to a different era. Not that the. Us shouldn't be a leader. You know as time goes on. We face not only Countries like japan germany but now china and other emerging markets we we. We can't pretend that we are the same country we were in one thousand nine hundred forty six when everybody else. Was you know on their backs. So those are all great There's such important themes that. Ut's out through telling this story. And i really urge listeners to pick up the book and read it to get all of the color that we can't go into but a few observations. I just wanted to share the things that i reacted to which are among the many fascinating things in the story you tell kissinger and the national security council were basically cut out until the decisions were made even though this would have enormous global ramifications that was just an extra voice at the table that Nixon chose not to want Is they plowed through these decisions. Then there's the amazing fact that wage and price controls are discussed and then implemented with so little notion at the time of. It seemed like that weekend. How are you gonna actually do this. How long what. In fact would happen. I had fun watching the video which is available online. Obviously now all of these things. Are nixon. Giving the speech sunday night when they came back from camp david and he you know he dropped this bomb. The world it's it's unimaginable now. The president of the united states would come and say. I'm gonna freeze wages and prices across the economy corporations. I'm asking you to do the same for dividends because there's a political issue related to that and you know it's it's fifty years ago. It's not that long ago. But the the exercise of executive authority that he unveiled is kind of staggering and unthinkable. Today in in lots of ways. Well let me just say one thing about that Here is a big difference between then and now it isn't so much about executive authority. It's about the congress. Nixon a republican of course face a house and the senate were both led by democrats and he faced large democratic majorities. But he was able to get their support. So when you say you know you're making it sound like raw leverage of of the executive he actually managed to get an enormous amount of domestic support. In fact imagine this. He announces a wage price. Freeze on every season. Okay every wage every price in the country and the next day. The stock market goes up at an increment greater than it ever had. American district filed. The domestic reaction was euphoria because they saw this whole package as being very decisive. Okay we're going to deal with the international stuff with the dollar. We're going to deal with the domestic stuff for wage and price controls and we're going to tell those foreigners that we're going to put a tariff on them until they agree to the arrangements we want and you know it was. I know that you have had a lot of political experience. But it's tempting to say that one of the lessons is if you're gonna take vienna. Take the app that he he an commonly the former texas governor which really the power behind. That's he almost said to nixon. I don't care what you do make it really dramatic. Don't don't exhibit any hesitation in we don't know what comes next don't admit And and that's what happened You quote sapphire. Think saying his speechwriter. Nixon hated to do it in terms of how the policy went against some of what his instincts might have but he loved doing it because he was a president he was a you know a political figure who loved to seize the initiative. Stick it to his enemies. Be the one acting on the world. And as you described euphoric reaction across all stakeholders and sectors in the united states abroad People are stunned. They only get a heads up a couple of hours before from the phone calls as people are scrambling before the sunday night speech. I was struck by you. You talk about the japanese officials who feel like oh my goodness. This is all deep evidence that we've fundamentally miscalculated misunderstood the forces that might drive american action and we need to rethink and then what proceeded was yet months and then years of diplomatic back and forth until until basically fixed rates were abandoned in favor of the floating regime that we have today. Although the original view was still in dispute. I think there was a a a camp of ochre and others who thought there'd be a one time adjustment but we'd get to a a new fixed regime maybe with with the scope for more adjustments as needed. Maybe say a word about that. Because i know we've only got a few minutes left. I mean really it. It brings again the debate of floating versus fixed. And they're really. You don't hear voices these days talking about the virtues of fixed rates although as you point out from bretton-woods and beyond you know for decades.

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"three days" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

09:20 min | 1 year ago

"three days" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

"Today now. here's my conversation with jeff. Jeffrey garten welcome to capitol ideas pleasure to be here. So it's a terrific book. I really enjoyed reading it. And it's so timely. With the fiftieth anniversary of this weekend happening in mid august of twenty twenty. One a little bit after. We're actually having this conversation so just to start Why did you write this book. Well i'm very interested in the international economy Worked in a couple of administrations and worked on wall street with some major international angle. And i wanted to write a book that would focus on an event as a pivotal event with some interesting people and try to make it a springboard for some broader issues. And i was lucky because i picked in event that no one had written a book about their plenty of academic articles and phd dissertations but it appeared that no one had really set out to ride the story for a general audience. And i thought that this event is particularly aband- was important enough that a lot of people would be interested. Well it's certainly it's a fascinating story. Which as you argue in the book has real resonance the global situation and global economy today so take us through the story You start with the forces that were building that led to the perception among richard nixon and some of his senior advisors that some kind of action was needed. What what led to this. Seminal weekend in august nineteen seventy one well in order to get the full flavor. You really need to go back to nineteen forty four and the bretton-woods agreement that set up the global financial system on bay had to start from scratch. You know the warhead decimated virtually every country but the us and so they had the luxury in a way of asking the question. What kind of global financial system should we have. And they wanted they wanted to promote trade and they thought the best way to do that was with a very stable currency arrangement and since the dollar was really the only currency that everybody us at that they decided to put the dollar in the center and to anchor it by having it backed by gold. The precise ratio was thirty. Five dollars would buy one ago. And that was the heart of the post world war two economic system and that system in the fifties and sixties succeeded wildly as everybody knows a you. Western europe and japan recovered from devastation. In a near miraculous way they recovered so fast and with such with such momentum no one could possibly have anticipated and then the us also had an unprecedented two decades of prosperity but it was a very special kind of prosperity because it really hit the middle class. It was middle class prosperity of the kind. We haven't seen since then and so. The event and i wrote about was a weekend in which the nixon administration decided this arrangement. No longer suits the us and it was a very dramatic decision because as far as the rest of the world was concerned. This was just this was a miracle but from the american stamp points it It started to erode in the late sixties and early seventies in one thing that happened was germany and japan had recovered to the extent that they were really challenging us in trade manufacture challenging our steel industry that were challenging our auto industry and we experienced the first trade deficit that we had since eighteen ninety three and that set off all kinds of alarms and there were all kinds of protectionist bills coming out of congress but secondly there were so many dollars abroad because everybody was willing to hold dollars since they knew they could get gold for it but the ratio of dollars to our gold reserves really shifted. So you know nine hundred fifty five for example we had coverage of one hundred sixty percents then we had a hundred sixty percent more gold than dollars dollars outside the us. But by nineteen seventy-one we only had twenty five percent in other words. We couldn't make good on the commitment And so The nixon administration felt. It had to do something basically to rebalance the world economy. It basically said we can no longer up the responsibilities that we inherited right after the war. We had competition now. And the way the dollar was fixed to go made it too expensive overvalued which meant that our exports were at a disadvantage because they were expensive and we were sucking in imports and we losing jobs a lot of the same issues that we hear about today but they were just starting them also. There was inflation in the us the first time in a long time and people who are holding dollars outside the us were saying. Wait a minute. We've got more dollars than we need. Those guys don't have enough gold to exchange dollars and the purchasing power of the dollar is being eroded because of inflation so this is not a good situation and nixon decided because he was He liked the long ball. In the long that the homerun he decided he was going to make a very dramatic gesture and he took his is staff to camp david for three days that sense the title of my book three days at camp and they decided they were going to change the world. I and they did and that the end of that weekend. Nixon broke into prime time. Tv and everybody around the world heard that the us was no longer backing the dollar like any announced a bunch of other measures but that was the heart and it was a very gutsy decision. Because they didn't know whether the world economy would go into a tailspin and they knew that our allies will. We need it very much. It's just the middle of the cold war they would be very upset And so they set up a situation which it would have to manage for the next three months and my goes into how they did that. I mean so many and that's a wonderful state center. There's so much that's fascinating about. One of the first thing that just jumps to mind is a lot of people listening to this. If you're below a certain age the idea that you know the global economy was managed to a fixed exchange rate regime. It's something you read about. You know in your economics textbook but The idea that that was basically the linchpin of of what was sense to be global stability Ever since red woods and and thereafter So that nixon in a kind of one of his signature incredibly dramatic gestures was totally kicking over the apple cart of the global economy. And we'll get to that sunday night speech when he announces it. But it's it includes just to remind folks. He imposes a ten percent import surcharge on all imported goods which was again it kind of staggering thing for a foreign nations He announced the wage and price controls. That again we read about in textbooks all quite fascinating staggering things and which were things that went against the grain of the kind of quote unquote conservative approach to economics. You'd expect a republican president like nixon to adopt as well as the kind of economic leanings of some of the people in the room that you described that weekend that maybe we should take a few minutes as you do in the book it just say a few words about the handful of players who were in that room at camp david or in those different lodges going back and forth as they hashed out what had been the result of months. Preliminary work obviously But brought it to To ahead and bill safire the legendary figure who went on to write An op-ed column for decades for the new york times was there as nixon speechwriter drafted in the speech with nixon. Safe you words about some of the players so people understand. Yeah i let let me just say one thing you said which is very important.

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"three days" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"three days" Discussed on KCRW

"I was my dishwasher three days in a row because I scheduled, like three different people to come in and do dishes, and none of them showed up. Because of short staffing. Torres says she's having to close the restaurant an hour or two earlier each night. She's closed entirely on Mondays now, and even though most years she's open on the Fourth of July. She's closing tomorrow to give her staff a break. So if millions of people who lost jobs during the pandemic are still out of work, why are employers having such trouble finding people to hire there? A lot of different explanations? Some of this is just a question of timing. Lots of businesses are trying to hire all at once, and that creates a bit of a traffic jam. Child care is still a problem for many parents, although that should get better when schools reopen the fall. Also, the US added 25,000 childcare jobs last month, so that should help a bit. Some employers are counting on the expiration of enhanced unemployment benefits to push people back to work. But you know, the pandemic has also given a lot of people the opportunity to think about what kind of work they want to do and what they don't want to do. Tourist Thanks, the restaurant industry will be nonetheless to be fully staffed. A lot of former restaurant workers have left for good, and she understands that there easier ways to make a living when you're in the service industry. You don't have Saturday night dates because you're serving other people Saturday night dates. You don't have holidays because you're serving other people when they have those things. And other industries are also gonna have to rethink how they can be more attractive to employees. Whether that means offering more money or better conditions. That's NPR's Scott Horsley. Thanks, Scott, You're welcome. Time now for StoryCorps is Military voices Initiative Today we'll hear from Connie Doria Rocca 80 years ago, Connie was living with her mother and siblings in San Antonio, Texas, when the United States entered World War two As a woman. She was barred from combat. But like many other women, she found a way to join the war effort. Here's Connie remembering how she became a mechanic for the military that came home one day and told my mom that.

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"three days" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"three days" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

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"three days" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"three days" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

"Dot com. Go check it out. I've been working on it. Let me know what you think semi note. Get on the newsletter. Check out some of the Teacher development series at that on posting. Currently i'm enjoying it a lot of professional development seminars. I've been blessed to be apart of. They will be featured on the website. But i am in such a creative space right now in. This podcast has been a foundation. That has allowed me to creatively express who This website is another platform which i could express who i am disc another step though in for those of listen to last couple episodes for the past month i am. I am praying this new opportunity for this new work opportunity night and work. Because i don't i don't view myself strictly as labor. I'm i'm not labor but as new creative oportunity that i have a chance to be a part of the i'm gonna get it. I am going to get it at faith. And when i get this opportunity i wanna share it with you. Because it's just another step is another step up to or not to be on the road of purpose. And now and i'm going to share with you because i want you to know that if it works for me is definitely going to work for you. I want to celebrate was going on in my life. That way you could celebrate was going on in your life. We should celebrate ourselves. We spent so much time putting ourselves down but why not flip that around. What lift ourselves up this next opportunities huge and i hope to have some some clear news on it within the next week so yard is check out the website. I am ufology dot com and be on the lookout for some big. Big news is going to be so big that it may require.

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"three days" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"three days" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

"I spent the greater part of the last couple of months adding contents my website. So go check. It out was called. I am move folly dot com. That is i am m u. f. a. l. i i am move folly dot com. Of course my podcast is up. There also have a blog up there and have a lot of really. Just me of course is going to be me my website. But but i'm so proud of this website. Because i've been working for years to create a space that reflects wyan. I've tried with with various websites and it didn't feel right but this i am folly dot com. It feels right. It feels like it's me move folly is a name that i came up with In the is spelled m. u. f. a. l. i. The mu stands for music. Any type of music. I mean my my first love is hip hop music that has grown to include all types of music from around the world. Different genres and music is who i am. I write music. Write songs write lyrics. write poetry. music is on my phone. I carry music wherever. I go before i head off to a place in i get on my car. I have to have the right sewn to get to the right destination. Music is part of my life. So that's the mu folly then the f. a. is saints for fashion. Fashion is so important to me I for those. Who don't know i used to be a personal stylist. I love clothes. I really really love clothes. I love the expression of clothes. When i get dressed like when i get dressed a site like when i put a lot of thought into my outfit into what i wearing. I consider my close to be art. I'm not wearing gucci. I don't. I don't have these. These expensive brands. I i just have close that. Reflect who. I am getting more closer to reflect.

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"three days" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"three days" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

"The world is your spine just months. World is short the world. Sure to god they tell you in an episode eighth semi socialite look black inch per podcast. Hope you'll having a beautiful beautiful day wherever you are all around the world. I hope that your day is beautiful. Hope that the sun is shining on you. Hope you're breathing. Some fresh air seeing something. Different meeting new people connecting with folks. You've known for a long time. Hope you are appreciating living life your this past. I'm sort of couple weeks here where i stay in ohio. The weather has been up and down. We've had a lot of rain shower. We've had some days that have been simply beautiful outside him talking Seventy eight degrees seventy four degrees clear. Sunshine days we've had these torrential rainfalls in a foul myself appreciating. Both i appreciate the rain. I appreciate being able to look the rain and fill the rain and go outside and just allowing that rain hit my skin in it just makes me feel alive among will be soaked maybe code but something about the rain is just so cleansing. So pure while. I don't know if. I wanna use the word pure since you know we have all these toxins and whatever pollutants air but but i feel good in. The rain is like the universe is acknowledging my presence. Get to feel something so much greater than me. When it rains. I carry an umbrella. I always have an umbrella but sometimes there is some days where i just need to feel the rain. I need allow the raindrops to hit my face. I need to feel the presence of something greater than me. And then there are other days we've had here which been perfectly sunny skies. I mean maybe some clouds and sky but but not too many sister day in which you can look outside and this appreciate nature. I've spent so much time looking outside. The last couple of weeks just appreciating sunshine. We had a harsh winter here. In in ohio it was just a a gray winsor.

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"three days" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"three days" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Three days in of the Senate impeachment trial. I'm Eric or study. Fox News House impeachment managers say former President Trump used the word fight and his speech in D. C on January 6th and that helped incite the riot at the U. S. Capitol. Trump Defense Attorney David Showings speaks out on the impeachment trial. Saying the word fight was taken out of context. If you analyze that speech that that's the first one, and no services could be incitement, it's a powerful speech. But when you hear this is the word fight most of the times during the case, it's clear he's talking about legislators fighting for our rights. People fighting the advocate and, you know, everyone likes to overlook the word peacefully in there. The Trump legal team will make its case Friday and Saturday. Meanwhile, President Biden met with a bipartisan group of senators to talk about how to fix the nation's potholes. And aging infrastructure. But it's not clear how they plan to address the increasing cyber attacks on the nation's public networks, especially its water supply on Capitol Hill. Cyber experts debated who is responsible for the cyber attack on a small Florida town's water treatment facility. The hack in Oldsmar, Florida last Friday took place just 12 miles from the Super Bowl stadium and occurred just two days before the big game. It was thwarted by an alert plant supervisor. The hacker was in and out within five minutes. Fox's Jennifer Griffin, plus at least six people are dead after a major pile up on a Texas freeway in Fort Worth, officials say about 133 cars were involved. This was an unbelievable scene from the perspective of not only The scene safety issues, the multiple casualties that we had. It was dark. It was freezing cold. It was raining and freezing when the rain hit the ground, Ambulance service made Star spokesperson Matt Savitsky speaking, police say a preliminary investigation suggests that ice was a factor. 65 people were taken to the hospital. America.

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