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"timber ninth" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"You get free shipping on your first order Let's do do the first interview charlie cox. He plays daredevil but also in other things he was an absolute delight. Here's our interview with With charlie cox are i. We are very pleased to be joined now by charlie cox. The most dissected probably photographs of arms and in the world right now I just saw so. It's funny because before. I interview jack and i talked and i said i don't think he's talked about it yet but i just got a twitter notification about it so we'll talk about your forearms in your hands later. We don't talk about that now i. I'm sure you're excited to have just many questions about. Hey you see the screen shot or those your hands. I'm sure that's that's exciting stuff yet. Nothing knowing that. I'm not gonna talk about it. You know what. I mean like like the on one because you know like i don't really i i don't i don't have social media so i don't. I'm not aware of like the the impact. It's hard for me to kind of quantify. not it. I don't really get it but you know i kind of hear about it from my mom i mean but the more i hear about it regard you know without you know. Never the thing is lost. There's nothing i can say. Either way i wouldn't want to spoil it. You know the lossing would do just want to spoil it. But there's i was literally thinking about. How do i answer these questions. Without wanting to to confirm or deny because i don't want to spoil it for anyone you know so after would just get all have to wait and see exactly exactly before us every. You're just in a movie. Now it's like. I mean every every little thing is dissect. We'll we'll talk about later. We'll talk first though about ken debuts. Amc plus of timber ninth amc plus kindle story fictional dublin family broaden gangland war and speaks to the enduring unbreakable bonds of blood and family crime. Drama always fun But when the when the amc labels slapped on a crime drama that always always lifts it up a little bit more. So what can you tell us for. Those may wanna know little more about About kit it. Some it's war really liked it when i read it is. It is a crime drama. It focuses heavily on the family dynamic. And it's it's a cut of what it does that. I found so fascinating. Is that it. You are presented with a family.
"timber ninth" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"To serve your community as a nursing professional conditions for bonuses apply so we obviously as data such a big issue that now in a job posting. You had to say oh. By the way we're not going to enforce a vaccine mandate and. I'm telling you right now jeffrey. As we speak they are now being pounded by the thousands and thousands of nurses across this nation that are watching the wire. Nebraska is going to be the place you want to be. You need to go into a hospital. Because it'll probably be the one place that they're not overrun because they are not pushing the mandate and it's the right what what's crazy about. It is what a self fulfilling prophecy. It is for biden to make the statement. And it's exactly what you do right. Go ahead and set up against your enemy. It's their fault. That what i'm gonna do is going to clear out the hospital so that they'll all be overrun. He is literally passing a law. That is clearing nurses and doctors you know by the thousands across this nation out of hospitals leaving them unable to take care of patients and then when they get it will be the unvaccinated. Did it no mr biden. It will be your fault. You did this. This should be laid at your feet as we can now see across the nation. It seems you know. Just they're all this all coming together right like they're all singing the same song. Yeah they're seeing from the same hymn book that's for sure and that is so by by by the end of august about forty percent of all. Us hospitals has some kind of mandate in place before biden took to the podium on timber ninth and already had articles like this foregoing mandates it says some hospitals are forgoing vacc- mandates to avert staffing shortages this mainstream headlines. And so how. It's basically what it says in there. These larger city hospitals have deeper pockets. So they can pay traveling nurses from out of state to come in and fill shortages but the rural hospitals and we're seeing headlines all over the country the rural hospitals having problems with the shortest because they don't have the pockets to to to fund those those traveling nurses and even the national guard is been stepping up but again if you have a small hospital national guard that doesn't qualify you two hundred beds or under so they can't help you so these real hospital saying look we were stuck in a rock and heart place because we can't do these vaccine mandates because we're literally have to shutdown are a certain wards or certain services if we do that. So here's the good news out of new york. A judge has blocked the mandate in the state of new york. Us reuters blocks. New york vaccine mandate for healthcare workers is a federal judge. He blocked the state from enforcing the requirement for healthcare workers with religious exemptions. Now there are seventeen. Doctors nurses saying their constitutional rights were violated because the states mandate disallowed those religious exemptions. So the the state of new york has until september twenty second to respond to the lawsuit and if they want to challenge this they're going to go to court in here or arguments on september. Twenty eighth so this thing is hot and ongoing right now and You know maybe a template for the rest of the country. We know it's amazing. It's amazing jeopardy to see the journey. We've been on for those people out there. That i met me and i met you around the country with baxter and this was a conversation. No one was having a forest vaccines on our kids. Nobody seemed to care. But now it's just as. I said jeffrey just as i said over the last several years once it becomes about the adults being vaccinated. You watch how they step up and fight. That will be our moment because people just march their children right into experimental vaccines but the second is going to be them. And i know people want to think they're better than this. They want to say no i. I would throw my body my child to protect my child but but before all else well how do you explain happen. This country saying no. I don't believe in mandatory vaccines only when it's coming after you as adult. It's okay forgive yourself but now wake up and let's get the job done amazing right and speaking about experimental vaccines something. We've covered consecutive weeks in a row on this show. Is the vaccine. Booster the third dose. That they're talking about so biden. Brought that up in his speech. Listen to this okay for the vast majority of you who've gotten vaccinated. I understand your anger at those who haven't gotten vaccinated understand anxiety about getting a breakthrough case but as the science makes clear if you're fully vaccinated. You're highly protected from serious even if you get covert ninety in fact. Recent data indicates there's only one confirmed positive case for five thousand fully vaccinated americans per day. You're a safest possible. We're doing everything we candy. Keep it that way. Keep it that way. Keep you safe. That's her boosters. Committed the shots that give you even more protection than after your second shot now. I know there's been some confusion about boosters so let me be clear. Last month our top government doctors announced and initial plan for booster shots from vaccinated americans. They believe that the booster is likely to provide the highest level of protection yet. Of course the decision of which booster shots to give when to start them and who will give them will be left completely to the scientists at the fda in the spanish resists control..
The Attica Prison Uprising
"It's a timber ninth. Nine hundred seventy one and late morning at the attica correctional facility in western new york out in the prison yard richard x clark carries a heavy bundle of canned food as he heads to a table. Clark sets down the food and wipes sweat from his forehead is arms are sore and tired but for clark good feeling as he looks around he struck by the transformation. That's taken hold this maximum security prison. Rival gang members are working side by sign carrying supplies to medical tent and inmate. Disinfects a wound on another inmates left cheek. The prison yard has turned into a sprawling encampment a democratic village. That's run by the prisoners themselves. It's an incredible turn of events for years. The inmates have been treated like animals. They were beaten mercilessly never given proper food or medical care but then just a few hours ago. The inmates erupted in revolt. They drove back the guards and after taking several dozen of them hostage. They took control of the prison. The prisoners then banded together and developed a list of changes. They want to see inadequate to reach these goals. The inmates elected a small group of representatives including richard clark. A leader of the prisons black muslim community as clark walked through the yard. He feels optimistic that the prison administrators will meet their demands. But clark knows that as basic as these demands may be. The upcoming negotiations are going to be tense. There's a high pitched noise and clark turns looking outside of the prison where a man stands in the navy blue suit holding a megaphone side by side with several policemen morning. My name is vincent mancusi on the superintendent of attica. I'm here to talk with you now. Whoever's in charge please come over. I want to figure out a way to get past. This clark looks at several other inmates. I'll talk with them. And if you wanna com. You're free to join the men not and wielding baseball bats and football helmets. They began making their way over to mancusi as they get closer to. The superintendent holds his hand. All right all right stop. That's far
"timber ninth" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"And they hold on your rights or three or four years and then you could at twenty. What did you say chris. He's twenty six. They got thirty and then he stolen when he can go. Try to get a free agent and can play anyway but rob you notice if he let's say he sat out to lee was thirty and came back. They still have is right. They have his rights for the next four years whenever he starts playing again. They have his rights. That's the situation soden. He would never be free. I mean they really do that if they want to. Let's go to andre in massachusetts. You're on the odd couple of fox sports radio. What's up andrei. What's going on guys. Thanks for taking the call. Listen aaron rodgers said that he wasn't going to be returned to the green bay unless it wasn't the case of a teammates wedding and whereas aaron rodgers he. He's backing green bay. I think that so. I think that you know there's all this tough talk and you know people draw all these definitive hard line. And i'll never do that. Third when the season gets rolling and the actions there a and then be looking at the testing schedule. Listen they got the browns. They got the bills. They got the patriots. The colts all in the first couple of games. And so they're going to need their best players out there for starters and into shawn watson case. Don't you want if you want to go to a new team to raise your to have a value for the texans. You know when you go on the free market the show teams that you can actually play versus us sitting out and it becomes this huge question. Mark and teams. Don't know do i wanna make this investment. Do i not want to make this investments. That's one of these things where they can see. You and you can see certain production. The texans will get more in return and you'll have a better a probability of going to a destination that that's favorable to you. So i understand how the lawyer said who led off that we when we're debating and negotiating back and forth. There's all of this talk talk. Excuse me and And walls that go up but you know one thing get real and i think players want to be out there and organisations want their best players to be out there and these things get resolved seamlessly. Thanks technical. things are rolling right. I mean this time to get ready for the season while he's still game to starting. I remember there's only three of them. I mean we're we're a month away. Chris was today a lot or something. Right i've timber. Ninth is the the first games like that weekend. the twelfth. it's like a month away like that's the first the first game on thursday night but the season all gets ready to go a month from today. basically i will continue this conversation with marcus. Cromartie former. Nfl cornerback now and nfl analyst. Ba i be sure to catch live editions of the odd couple with chris. Broussard and rob parker weekdays at seven. Pm eastern four pm pacific on fox sports radio and the iheartradio app..
"timber ninth" Discussed on Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple Podcast
"Still because we had was now. So the a fanatic about this technique. We do the same thing most of the times. Don't keep continue. We don't rob the sticks because it's very important so what i'm asking you. Maybe maybe this is the first few weeks at the temple law. Maybe you are new to the meditation. Maybe you are good practice. Practice in us and result is gradually will come to you. Maybe sometimes people are always looking for quick because this country is people always want to things very quickly and dry a fast food or whatever when we go out said. There are so many ways to do things very easily but the fact is in meditation. No studying would teaching all this. These things are too early will come to you. That all the benefits reside. So you have to keep continuing yacht. Rub. that is to see the fires. So i think you got the idea and think about that idea and try to keep practice key plan and if you have any question viollis here and you can come anytime we can talk and feel free to as in equation but what you have also the divinity we have specific laws christian anat Most people are asking the questions because as we are doing talks but people don't have any opportunity to ask questions and maybe you can come to class. Also you can ask immigration about anything and think about that and i hope you learn something and also you practice meditation real. Is this how this game. Maybe i hope to see you next week. Also did you like it. Look a little boy. How would i oh. I've ended the timber nine. Maybe you can come to the kids program. Maybe we are going to start soon and you can have a wonderful time with little kids. You can learn about medication. You can learn about stories and yeah. It's a good time so new can come. Yeah and i see you all and also I would like to do an asthma Now temple is fully open. You need you need to register anymore. But saturday's yup up to continue feel assume d'amato's and this coming saturday Data is the head of the temple. His she lanka. He's visiting his mom and family is going to do the saturday d'amato from lanka ten to eleven and saturday saturdays. We are doing salunke. Lunch at the temple goes temple was close and it is also helpful for us and you can also come buy lunch and also this august we are going to do a mini You can see there's a One of biggest fundraise for the temple. It is called tastes lanka and last year. We couldn't do that. Because of the pandemic and this've you're going to do a small fundraiser. Dinner at the temple. August twenty first four to seven. You can com- if you like. And this also fly about that inflammation and thanks so much comey and they have a beautiful night..
"timber ninth" Discussed on Not Another Horror Podcast
"Since. We're in the eighties. Now let's take a look at another case. Let's talk about peggy. Rae margaret mary. Pay ray was a second of four children. Born to george loretta ray in illinois. She was a popular student. Her community college and after graduating in nineteen seventy ray briefly enrolled in a nursing program at marquette university. She were later dropout to her sophomore year to marry her. First husband. gary johannesen by nineteen eighty to raise marriage to gary johannesen had ended in divorce. Her mental health continued to decline in. Her ex. Husband was awarded. Custody are therefore children sometime. After her divorce ray married for a second time and had a fifth child alleys in nineteen eighty-four raise friends and family attempted to get professional help but ray refuses and would frequently disappear for months at a time ray lived a transient life and would often hitchhike across the united states when she was not living at the homes of various friends and family members she would live in shanties around nineteen eighty nine. She relinquished custody of alex to mother. Ray i made the news in may nineteen eighty-eight when she was arrested at the lincoln tunnel for failing to pay the three dollar toll. She was driving late night. Talk show host david letterman's porsche. Stolen from his driveway with three year. Old son alex. She claims she was led him. His wife and her son was their child over the next several years. She was arrested a total of eight times for trespassing on letterman's property and other related accounts. She claims she left cookies in an empty jack daniels bottle and the four year. Letterman's connecticut home. At one point she was found sleeping near a tennis court. Letterman's property raise antics became a staple of supermarket tabloids and letterman himself. Publicly treated it as a joke in one thousand nine hundred eighty before moving his late night shows two. Cbs letterman's top. Ten things to do before i leave. Nbc included since change of address to that woman who broke into my house. Another witty jab occurred on letterman's first show on cbs radio that because of his being on the air and our earlier everyday ray was breaking into his house that much earlier than normal. However in an interview with barbara. Walters letterman noted that he never mentioned raise name on the air and said that he had great compassion for her often decline to press criminal charges against her. I wasn't comfortable with. I wasn't comfortable with the humanity of that. He said ray eventually served a total of thirty four months jail a psychiatric hospitals for stalking letterman during her jill and hospitals as ray was prescribed antipsychotic drugs to treat her schizophrenia which improved her condition. She would stop taking him after her release because she did not like the physical side effects weight gain authority felt that she do not need the medication because she was naidoo after being released from jail in the early nineteen nineties. Raise attention shifted to astronaut story. Musk grave to who she wrote. Letters may telephone calls and s- and packages in nineteen ninety four. She posed as a reporter. He interviewed him at the justice space center in houston as timber. Nine hundred ninety seven. She showed up at all in osceola. County florida. She claimed that she and musk grave for writing a book together stating i loved autonomous grave. I would die for him. He's a man of integrity and intelligence. Ray eventually served. Time in. Florida jail for trespassing. Must grace property on october. Fifth nineteen eighty eight. She committed suicide by kneeling on the tracks. The denver and rio grande western railroad and front of an oncoming train. Them in a letter that she wrote to her mother before her death. Ray said i'm all traveled out. I chose a painless an instant way to in my life in the valley i love raise. Body was cremated. Inter family scattered her ashes and needle rock natural area crawford colorado letterman and must gray publicly express sympathy upon her death.
Consoles: The Dreamcast's Life After Death
"It's Timber Ninth. Nineteen Ninety nine nine nine ninety nine and somewhere in Japan. A spy has made her way. Deep into a mainframe. Computer she hacks. In and disables. A security guard investigates she knocks him out with a well-placed kick with the computer system. It comes to life. Everything goes a strange swirling pattern. Pops up on the monitors. It's obvious that the system is thinking the spy folks. The thicky computers out to stop her. It tries to lock her inside the building. The spy smashes through a window but not before she grabs a case and lungs off with inside that case a prototype for a new kind of machine that could change. Everything describing was a television commercial called apocalypse. It was promoting the newest video game console from Game Company. Sega and no ordinary console either. This revolutionary device was called the dreamcast in that apocalypse ad. What's inside the case? This is stealing. Is that very consul? Well then the dreamcast Box it sort of spins off of the back of the thief and lands in the street and the the the lid of this magic case kept the box plug. In the whole time POPs open camera's zooms into the dreamcast and into the window and goes down to the bottom where it appears that all the characters from all the Games are all gathered and there we have sonic down there and he he triumphantly says we got in the whole place rupp's and everybody's screaming. That's Brian and Pacino. The creative director of the apocalypse ad campaign and the Sauna keys referring to is sonic the Hedgehog Sega's famous game character in the nineties. Seca was one of the most recognized video game companies in the world. The by the end of that decade the competition was proving to be fierce so up at the House on dreamcast. It would be the company's Savior. The apocalypse ad was described as the most epic video game commercial ever created. But how else to show off the most advanced game console ever made so smart. You could almost say it really was thinking. Alas the dreamcast did not change world. It barely made a dent. It's considered by some to be the greatest console that never stood a chance. It was the last console Sega would build and had very nearly broke the company in our penultimate episode of the season a season all about hardware. That changed the course of development. We look at the short lived history of the Sega dreamcast yet. Despite the short shelf-life dreamcast is still considered by many to be one of if not the finest gaming consoles of all time and twenty years after its death it manages to live on in a very real way. I'm throwing at Barak and this command line. Heroes and the littoral podcast from hat like thinking computer in the apocalypse ad that whisper thanking became the company's new tagline for their new console. So the thought of having our our veal always whisper. It's thinking we thought that would be a really neat way to to sort of evolve that icon sake scream. Here was a console that got smarter as he played. At least. That was the marketing Pinch Console. That brought something new something big something live. Aleutian aries to the home video game market. A system built to serve the hardcore Gamer and inside the company. The thinking was that this console would make Sega. The biggest name in video gaming fish was going to change gaming. This was going to change the world so what happened to figure that out. We need to go back all the way back to level one throughout the early nineties. Sega had a reputation for making gains. There were super cool and more mature than what the competition offered particularly intendo. And it's princess saving plumbers. They built this reputation with a very successful console Sega Genesis. Sega decided they were going to be really cutting edge. And these kids who had had the Nintendo's that will now they're teenagers and they want they want real sports games with real teams. They want bloody fighting games like mortal Kombat which came later on and they wanted a more mature it. Your face sort of system. Alex Handy is the founder and director of the Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment in Oakland. California he also works for Red Hat if you go back and look at ads from video game magazines in this period. They're kind of shocking their ads. Where there's like a bloody severed arm with gristle coming off of it and it says this is your best weapon against the Bad Guy Light. So Sega does really really well with this extreme in your face. Sort of successive genesis will sonic the hedgehog sort of impertinence as opposed to Mario's oshkosh b`Gosh overalls kind of happy theme. More than thirty million. People bought the SEGA GENESIS. A sixteen bit console that played games from cartridges. Gamers around the world loved it but over time sake struggles to grow as user base after Genesis. They introduced a thirty two bit. Sega Saturn more powerful than genesis. It display both two D and Basic Three D. Graphics but the Saturn Platform never really took off sales struggled. They managed to sell nine point. Two million consoles only a third of what the genesis sold another sticking point developers found a challenging to program games for Saturn's proprietary in house designed hardware. This was an issue. Sega made note of for the future. Add to that the launch of nintendo sixty four and then Sony's first entry into the market with the playstation and gaming was suddenly getting crowded and very competitive in one thousand nine hundred eight. Sega posted a loss of two hundred seventy million dollars. North American headquarters video game. Boss Bernie store announces that quote. The Saturn is not our future. He kills the console with that. Sega turns its focus to building the next generation of council level to building the dream. The Sega Saturn had hurt the company's brand and bottom line if sega was going to reclaim its market share and reputation. This next console needed to be powerful easy to co for and unlike anything else
"timber ninth" Discussed on NutriMedical Report
"Email hi Dr Diego my name is Scott and I'm a friend of Danny's I have a question the he said he would be able to answer for me my wife is pregnant and we were being told that anyone plans on being around the baby needs to get T. D. A. P. Shaw I was wondering what Your Opinion People Are Brain Dead T. D. A. P. to Syria to shop Cetera the people at the same fools that are trying to vaccinate everybody in the population this California's now passed loss of timber ninth licensing doctors give exemptions for axioms and along those vaccine exemptions are people with five vessel fully reductive problems because when you give people vaccines give them aluminum when you have a five missile fully reduction his problem you've accumulated limb faster than even the normal person the average young person that receives all the vaccines has by the time they were teenagers two thousand micrograms aluminum in their body which they can't get rid of damages brain heart and their blood Max get rid of that yes you will get rid of that and also are ultras ely the problem is apple heads at say that need to vaccinate everybody to protect anybody first off of the people thought that vaccines actually worked then everybody else just leave us alone the fact is that this is the ad I if you want to protect your child everyone keep people away they're sick with something like a cold the flow otherwise give your child and say neutral silver and maybe a little portion of capital of the neutral defense but beyond that it's foolish to sink the after give you know everybody should be vaccinated or they're going to be danger that's ridiculous this is kind of crazy philosophy put by Knucklehead control-freak pseudoscientific fools pushing vaccine we're going to have Dr I have experts on the National Vaccine Information Center and also of other experts aw wondering what is going to be on the next month and the other one before the end of the year so people need to understand this is the usual foolish bs that's pushed by vaccine maniacs questions yeah go ahead yeah it makes me angry though very you're gonNA vaccinate me damn it it's GonNa get bad ugly you just sit back here and you just talk to you this men from Ontario Canada Doctor Pal. I tried accessing the above wellness protocols for cervical Thoracic lumbar Arthri this spinal stenosis protocol but he couldn't get in that's right land bought if you're listening and and I like to happily tell you that you'll be able to get back on the weekend well go ahead things they're wrong but what he's doing for someone to just log in and go oh complex wellness conditioner though talking to me at all remailing is silly right now no no no he's even because he can't get in the family explain I want people realized I'm available in I'm free you just need to email at neutral medical at Dr Bill Daego or call triple eight I call you back I'll leave you back I'll say what's going on because you don't rush in spinal stenosis surgeons need to buy a bigger boat so if they can convince you because Coakley if lens listening that he can call you and leave a message I want him to know lots of layers before we started going to full protocols changed a greetings my mother's seventy eight is being told that a gland behind her thyroid is producing too much calcium and she does not sleep rex calcium what I see people rushing they wanna do something they'll often is rare for parathyroid to become cancer before capsules twice today I have a lot of admission the blood tests so as he serum potassium magnesium and parathyroid hormone is.
"timber ninth" Discussed on WJR 760
"Democrats made with that last seven hours or so yeah right it is supposed to go seven hours seven hours more than one night did did you notice so far I did not I tune in and tuned out tuned in into that but I didn't see anybody asking the candidates to provide the public with an audit of their campaigns carbon footprint. to see how they are right right because of my doing getting around a private airplanes instead of taking a bicycle or contest by that's why getting your old did a sailboat and the you know she but she put her money where her believe sorry she could have gotten over here across the big pond if you're using any of these things you are contributing to what they say is global warming climate change like always they don't want us to do these things but they they get to do them because they're at a higher quality I guess they have a they have a more important because I guess and if we think we have problems over here we watch president trump of Britain's president trump the this reporter at. Boris Johnson who is a mess I mean it's kind of funny and he's a defiant but to so far British lawmakers have voted in favor of a bill to avert a no deal breaks it which is a second rebuke of the new prime minister Boris Johnson in just two days so he's not getting off it with on all ratings so treating him like he was Boris Karloff. it's kind of crazy so what whatever problems we have look at them no wonder we left meanwhile. these judges and you pointed out earlier they have already forgotten about nine eleven it's astonishing to me because as you pointed out no judge would have done this back then a quote at government database that acts as a terrorism watch list violates the constitutional rights of Americans. according to a. clearly misguided short memory federal judge. he got to wonder you know. how do you come up with something like that but as you pointed out. wouldn't happen right after the nine eleven but we still know how come they don't still remember. and finally. this is the thing you have and we talked about again earlier this whole. California deal. where they have now what you know this is the place where you can call man hole manhole because that's offensive you need gender neutral language for a manhole anyway to now they have officially designated the NRA the national rifle association as a domestic terrorist organization while and T. foes offices right next door. it no problem whatsoever from the California government. this means as I pointed out in the news if you are a member of the NRA according to that board your elected board of supervisors that's the county there you're a terrorist terrorist unbelievable an empty for a true terrorist organization gets a pass. how long do we stand by and watch all this happen. I guess in California it forever but not here. heading towards seven forty one the allied challenge presented by McLaren features exciting PGA tour Champions and golfing by the top players in the sport be there for the actions of timber nine through the fifteenth at Warwick hills golf and Country Club in grand blank in fact if you call a seven right now at one eight hundred eight five nine zero nine five seven one.
"timber ninth" Discussed on WJR 760
"The construction zone and Taylor in Romulus westbound traffic flow near telegraph eastbound is bogged down headed through the two seventy five interchange I'm John Bailey W. J. R. traffic and weather first of the five. the car rounded spots morning otherwise sunshine will see sunshine a few clouds today seventy four but some clouds fifty seven tomorrow more clouds than sun maybe passing shower no widespread rain seventy four from the weather channel meteorologist race the concept. for news talk seven sixty W. J. R. I. Decatur. your hearing the Paul W. Smith show news talk seven sixty W. J. R.. all right to Dick here in just a moment and the governor is a coming up before that Dr Frank make George taking good care of you the allied challenge presented by McLaren features exciting PGA tour Champions golf by the top players in the sport be there for the actions of timber nine through the fifteenth at Warwick hills golf and Country Club in grand blank be caller seven right now at one eight hundred eight five nine zero nine five seven one eight hundred eight five nine zero W. J. R. to win four tickets to the allied challenges family fun nights event on Friday September thirteenth for information and to purchase tickets visit the allied challenge dot com but be caller seven right now at one eight hundred eight five nine zero WJR two will win some tickets on us already Richard there's a lot going on and you're following it brilliantly a what well as best we can well you're doing a great job and we appreciate that as we we continue to follow the hurricane that's been followed longer than. than any other hers is a hurricane is hang on is that it is a hang on hurricane and it's been devastating of the Bahamas in ruins while the Carolinas brace along parts of the U. S. Coast the word is a leave or leave now and and stuff some people are heating it some people aren't and some people will be lucky and some people won't. the worst part is people who've written after storms before and and really missed it so they said well I can do this this is easy I'm glad you have that person on earlier. that said we stayed last time we aren't going to do that.
"timber ninth" Discussed on KOMO
"Front office that's another story where he has just four years under his belt in Carolina the fifty six year old says he's looking forward to the challenge of building a franchise from the ground up is so unique right there so there's not a lot of those opportunities out there and and talking with Todd in the owners in the vision and what they want to do for the town of sea island hockey fans there's no corners being cut they want the best venue I want the best team in what the best fan experience even with the practice facility pray food easy to build one rank but the bill three the reason was it could provides ice for the youth in the community Golden State is that we'll Sounders wrapping up their three game stretch in eight days on Sunday with a date with Portland timbers in Portland how this out things look into that match Yeltsin second behind Ellie FC in the Western Conference standings with thirty five points just six points separating the shouters from seventh place FC Dallas Portland not making the cut line the timbers nine Adams playoff contention currently scary moment tonight at Providence park home of the chambers when when I see player gets knocked out during the match after several minutes laying still on the ground Alex Dijon in his first analyses and needing a sob just eleven minutes into that match following concussion thankfully he would be able to get up and leave on his own Portland needed a late goal in this one after out shooting a ladder twenty six to two the timbers walk away with just a point after the one one tie but it's for the mariners still looking for their first win since the all star break the team of the day off before opening up a ten game homestand tomorrow begins with the angels coming in town for three games the fellows out score the ends twenty eight to five just last weekend in Anaheim the first round of the open championship in Northern Ireland where a pair of the world's top golfers got their money's worth today for calling bye strokes tough day for Tiger Woods who hasn't played since the U. S. open last month they didn't birdie until the fifteenth hole he six over after day one woods Rory McElroy know where the top the leaderboards step putting showing you why would JB Holmes the three putt on sixteen kinda summing up his day Michael was shot a seventy nine in the opening round he's tied for a hundred fiftieth what does this mean for the northern Irishman I'm disappointed but at the end of the day I'm still the same person I'm going to go back and see my family see my friends and you know hopefully that they don't think any less of me after performance like out today and dust myself off and come back out tomorrow and then try to do better well in honor of Seattle's hockey fever I give you play than I coming from the ice let's introduce you to mark Sir took him to lose minister turning ninety eight today he's the world record holder for oldest hockey player he celebrated his birthday by dishing out a couple of systemcorp's with his family and friends how about that HM Happy Birthday to him nice circle there around here we're seeing the rain continuing to come down it's a sob fest tonight over downtown Seattle and some of that rain is frankly going to linger into the morning commute a look at the forecast as we slide into the morning still some lingering shower action especially around Kirkland Bellevue Bremerton right around the central sound and then across that border there back in a partisan home which county shoreline and whatnot we do start to brighten up throughout the afternoon low seventies as we wrap our Friday and a beautiful weekend to look forward to.
"timber ninth" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Special prosecutor will be appointed to investigate the Justice small lead case Cook County, Illinois, judge. Michael Tumen suggesting the county state's attorney Kim FOX mishandle, the small lead case by pointing a top aide to oversee it after she recused herself. Smell, let's accused of lying to police when he reported he was the victim of a racist, homophobic, attack in downtown Chicago in January prosecutors decided to dismiss all charges against the actor in it's ruling Tumen said he had no problem with FOX recusing herself. But she should have requested a special prosecutor to take over the case. And had no right to hand it off to someone from her office looking to make drivers pay for parking illegally. There's an app for. For that, at least in one area, how many times have you said to yourself. Oh, look at that parking job. The nation's capital might allow residents to do something about it. DC lawmakers debating a plan to train, dozens of volunteers to bust pig parkers, who block Crosswalks bike lanes, or park too close to fire hydrants the New York Times reporting residents with you smartphones to take pictures and submit them through an app for city officials to review those found in violation would receive a ticket with a chance to appeal. Supporters say the plan frees up police resources, critics worry, the volunteer enforcers could become overzealous Steve rappoport. Fox News that stays blacklisting, five Chinese organizations involved in supercomputing, calling them national security threats. The Detroit zoo says it's thirty million dollar poke penguin conservation center will close for several months to fix faulty waterproofing. The Royal Oak Basu's, saying the thirty thousand square foot center, which opened in April two thousand sixteen closed timber ninth and reopen next June officials say repairs are needed because..
"timber ninth" Discussed on KTOK
"Chris Wallace on Fox News channel the animating question for me as always what's going to happen next, if people sense that you're not pushing an agenda, you're not pulling your punches. They're going to rely on you. It's a commitment to the truth. One of the advantages, I think, having been in this business along you're able to detect, what is real. What is important? And what's just political noise? Chris Wallace on Fox News. Channel real news. Real, honest opinion, a special prosecutor will be appointed to investigate. The Justice small Ed case Cook County, Illinois, judge. Michael Tumen suggesting the county state's attorney Kim FOX mishandle, the small lead case by appointing a top aide to oversee it after he recused herself smell. That's accused of lying to police when he reported, he was the victim of a racist and homophobic attack in downtown Chicago in January prosecutors decided to dismiss all charges against the actor in it's ruling to men said he had no problem with FOX recusing herself. But she should have requested a special prosecutor to take over the case and had no right to hand it off to someone from her office looking to make drivers pay for parking illegally. There's an app for that at least in one area, how many times have you said to yourself. Oh, look at that parking job. The nation's capital might allow residents to do something about it. DC lawmakers debating a plan to train, dozens of volunteers to bust pig parkers, who block Crosswalks bike lanes. Or park too close to fire hydrants the New York Times reporting residents with use smartphones to take pictures and submit them through an app for city officials to review those found in violation would receive a ticket with a chance to appeal. Supporters say the plan frees up police resources, critics worry, the volunteer enforcers could become overzealous Steve rappoport. Fox News, stays blacklisting, five Chinese organizations involved in supercomputing, calling them national security threats. The Detroit zoo says it's thirty million dollar poke penguin conservation center will close for several months to fix faulty waterproofing the Royal Oak basis, saying, the thirty thousand square foot center, which opened in April two thousand sixteen close timber ninth and reopen next June officials say repairs needed because about nine gallons of water are seeping into the facility and being pumped out daily so officials have father lawsuit over the faulty work. The contractor says the work was done by a subcontractor. I'm Lisa lacerra, this is Fox News..
"timber ninth" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"You can't get anywhere else there on FOX nation. So go to FOX nation dot com today and sign up now for FOX nation opinion done right now. Chris Wallace on Fox News channel kind of eight in question for me as always what's going to happen next, if people sense that you're not pushing an agenda, you're not pulling your punches. They're going to rely on you. It's a commitment to the truth. One of the advantages, I think, having been in this business, a long, you're able to detect what is real. What is important? And what's just Chris, Willis, some fucks news? Channel real news. Real, honest opinion, a special prosecutor will be appointed to investigate the Justice, Mawlid case Cook County, Illinois, judge. Michael Tumen suggesting the county state's attorney Kim FOX mishandle, the small lead case by pointing a top aide to oversee it after she recused herself smell, that's accused of lying to police when he reported, he was the victim of a racist and homophobic, attack in downtown Chicago in January prosecutors decided to dismiss all charges against the after in. It's ruling to men said he had no problem with FOX recusing herself. But she should have requested a special prosecutor to take over the case and had no right to hand it off as someone from her office looking to make drivers pay for parking illegally. There's an effort that at least in one area, how many times have you said to yourself. Oh, look at that parking job. The nation's capital might allow residents to do something about it. DC lawmakers debating a plan to train, dozens of volunteers to bust pig parkers, who block Crosswalks in bike lanes. Or park too close to fire hydrants the New York Times reporting residents would use smartphones to take pictures and submit them through an app for city officials to review those found in violation would receive a ticket with a chance to appeal. Supporters say the plan frees up police resources, critics worry, the volunteer enforcers could become over-zealous Steve rappoport. Fox News at stays blacklisting, five Chinese organizations involved in supercomputing, calling them national security threats. The Detroit zoo's says it's thirty million dollar. Poke penguin conservation center will close for several months to fix faulty waterproofing. The Royal Oak Basu's, saying the thirty three thousand square foot center, which opened in April twenty sixteen closed at timber ninth and reopen next June officials say repairs are needed because nine gallons of water are seeping into the facility and being pumped out daily so officials have filed the lawsuit over the faulty work. The contractor says to work was done by a subcontractor. I'm Lisa lacerra, this is Fox News. Partly cloudy skies for you. Probably me with flows right around sixty.
"timber ninth" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"I talked a lot about the media about how it's treating the president the fake news. And so on the other day, I saw he's video somebody sent it. Don't watch CNN, but somebody sent me the video, and it was Don lemon, a CNN host. He's not a journalist, he's a host. And he's extremely biased. Was interviewing Jim Acosta who alleges to be a reporter or a journalist, he's not he's a self serving dolt who was kicked out of the White House press corps for good reason they should never have let him back in. He's a guy who just can't stand the president and asks the stupidest questions you've ever seen like the other day was a few weeks ago, maybe a month ago he asked Kellyanne Conway, will the president speech tonight. Pass a fact check a journalistic question that's an idiot, trying to make a scene and trying to get noticed that. Unfortunately, it works, I wish it didn't. But unfortunately he does. So we've got that for you and Levin. And a sitting there with each other. Saying the most ludicrous things like CNN is not biased against President Trump just stupid. I know I hear you stupid. We're unbiased, we are not anti-trump. That's not true. Where pro truth? That's not true. Jimmy cost himself has reported some of the worst fake news against president. So I, I had Brent Boselli on this week, I interviewed him a couple of days ago. He's the guy from MRC newsbusters. He's the guy from CNN news and he's got a new book out about the media going after this president Brent. Appreciate coming on. How are you? Thank you. Thank you for having me. Really? Appreciate you taking the time this new book, unmasked, big media's war against Trump. I've never seen a more truthful headline or title for a book in my life, this media, and I call them the, the legacy media because they really are kind of old. Tired has done everything that can, and it's continuing to, to to derail this president. He's not having it but they're not going away. What when did you know, and I'm guessing early on because again, you're that guy wouldn't you know, this was this was a foot when they were doing this. That campaign. It's a good question. Because when the campaign began he was a well known entity because he was a Hollywood person from the apprentice, and he'd been in the media. You know, he was a medium person right for most of his adult life. But when the campaign started they looked at him as a joke. They ridiculed they laughed at him. And I think they really thought they hang this around the Republican party as campaign win, on in noticed how he got close close to I of the nomination and then to the election. And in this in the same way, the media became more and more hostile towards him by the end of the campaigns by two thirds of the way through the campaign, which is was eight was in a concerted effort on the part of the quote unquote news media to prevent him from getting the presidency and a sense that the moment he won the election. They had been in the mode of removing him from the presidency. The important thing, Joe is. Is that we are in the middle of this campaign. They can't remove them. But what they can do is to hurt him enough by projecting evil illegal activity to prevent him from winning reelection and that's been the purpose from the very beginning. It is Brent Bozell going at this book, it's amazing. It's called unmasked, big media war against Trump, as you may or may not know, I went to the White House. I interviewed the president, one of the first questions I asked him was more of a statement than a question. You're immediate Arlington. Everybody loved you wanted to be part of the Trump clan. They wanted to go in and spend time of our law, go, they wanted to be on the apprentice. They want the celebrity apprentice, people sold their books movies, TV shows, if they were associated with you. Everybody kissed up to you kissed your ring, basically wanted to make a deal with Trump, now you're running for president, and you're the enemy, did you take them seriously? And he said, no, he didn't think that they would go this far because he really did think that they are his friends rented, you see that as. Researching this in writing the book, did you see the same sort of thing that he, he thought he was part of what they were doing? Sure, sure. Because he had he had been part of those in that in a circle remember is also Manhattan, so almost zero of the news media, so socially, it wasn't just looking if you logically wasn't a conservative at first, he had liberal pedigree and his for Manhattan. And so it was a social thing as well. The divorce could have been. Right. A right away at he saw right away when they turn on him. Just how vicious could be he also understood the enemy of my friend is, is my enemy you knew. But thinking a fight with them. He was going to win that. And he's beginning. It's Brent Bozell, by the way, you see s news as a valid real source all the time in my show, I can't use these other guys. And I appreciate that. Marcy is amazing is Brent Zell at big media, organs. Trump is the subtitle of the title is unmasked going. Get this book is a must read the times, Washington Post CNN MSNBC. They will lie. Now I was a journalist for a long time. Television news anchor I wanted to get it right. I actually took pride going home say man. We nailed that story. We broke that story. We did really well with that. These guys and gals will lie maybe a granules of truth to make it seem real and that's unfortunate, but even more unfortunate Brenton what you expand expand upon this. If you can. Is that the viewing and consuming public half of them believe them? That's the real problem. Look, people have been, I think back in the day in the seventeen hundreds, they would say the, the guy running against me syphilis, don't vote for him. I mean, they would just make up crap all the time back then. But now you've got a an audience that wants to hate the president. They wanna believe the fake news. And that's probably why they're doing so well, is it not? When you were in this business number one, you had no problem calling yourself reporter. No reporter anymore. Journalist, I just love it how nighttime report stores and in the morning, they analyze on the talk shows that started their own stories. But would, you know, when the president started talking about the fake news media? It was a comfortable with that because I don't believe that it's fake. But it is. All right. We with example after temple, giving example, bland, rots reports that Don Flynn was was sent by by the president to talk to the Russians confirming collusion with the Russians right market, tanked about three hundred points until you found out there was one any bitty little thing that was left out which was from sent him after the election, which was exactly what you're supposed to do is job right that we got in a mass. We've got example after example after examples of the media actually making up stories and putting them in there and it was all designed to keep on the front page collusion. Collusion's collusion, collusion, every single things think about this joke than negative coverage ninety five ninety two ninety one eighty nine ninety three ninety one month after month after month. When you've got such successes in this administration, undeniable successes. And yet it's over ninety percent negative on a regular basis. This is a media that are completely unhinged. The guardrails are down. They have won. It is not the tell the truth, the goal is to remove this man from office. But the book is unmasked. Big media's mortgage, trumpet is Brent Bozell going get this right now? It's also written by Tim Graham. So as we're watching this unfold. We see a cost of who is a walking fake news report. Just everyday walking breathing talking fake news guy. I mean, the fact that the president didn't visits Gleason hospital here reported that, of course he did. Visit them see then reported that the Democrats gathered to pray for Scalise. Well, it was really Democrats and Republicans in the picture. Sure, what they said Democrats, other than fake news. New York Times, reporting that yes, indeed Trump Tower was tapped. But in the recordings, they heard some sort of collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign, the Trump administration, which, of course, was completely fake. You outline that in the book did people realize Brent how deep this goes? That this is really them kicking and screaming and throwing a tantrum that they can't believe this guy. One does the consuming public understand the depth that which these people are, are stooping to try to get what they want. Could question. And having some new some don't some have had their worst confirmed about this. You know, people ask me CNN ever recovered, credibility meisters now, I think its shot I don't like saying it, but his shot as a new, you realize that seeing how CNN now has seven hundred sixty one thousand viewers that ladies and gentlemen, there are. That's two tenths of one percent of the American population are more people who own pet chickens than watch CNN. There are more prostitutes in America than there are CNN. Well Packard, Alexa, Jim Acosta. Now, Jim Acosta, we came when we did our top ten warsh report, Jim came in, as the number one worst, Donald Trump fashion, and the book we said he doesn't want to report the story, he wants to be the story is an interesting just come out with a book all about himself, what I was gonna ask you thoughts in that it's Brent. He'll get unmasked big media's war against Trump. It's important read. I want you to go and get it, Jim Acosta, alleging to be a journalist covering the White House, as you write a rights of book about covering the White House. I'm friends with Dan Bongino, Dan Bongino, it's a secret service agent with a guy at four guy that he said, he would take a bullet for that. He disagreed with administratively and gender wise. Brock obama. He waited till he wasn't a secret service agent anymore. Then he wrote the book, how do you do that, while you're still allegedly journalist covering the White House slamming the White House in your book? Is that possible? Yeah. When you work for CNN anything's possible. What happens that journalist? You remember the old Bernie Scholz the anchor for CNN? Before the first Gulf war, when he became a, a bit of a celebrity. Knew where he was on any issue, because he the quintessential reported, he was a news anchor, but quintessential reporters, that's all gone out the window at CNN. Everyone wants to be a personality MSNBC. Everybody wants to be a personality, their numbers, you're taking and it's interesting. They began the tank as soon as the Muller report came out, because the Muller were showed there was. No there there. And guess what? There's also no there there at CNN and MSNBC. It's Brent Zell. Big needs against Trump is the subtitle, the important titles, unmask go and get this right now. I was going to bring up an art Shaw because everybody me included. We were glued to hearing him crawling around his hotel room in Iraq as the war started, and I believe it was a rocket very vivid to me hearing him whispering as he's trying to try to find some cover. This was a real guy in this scene in the stuff if you will who was crawling around just doing a job to inform. Mm, you and form our families and inform me. And that's what we expected from CNN. That's the rise. Eight stunning. How low they've fallen and you truly believe they can't get it back. Nine don't think you can. Because when when you look at CNN you look at a network that twenty four seven is bashing this precedent, that has given up any bested of objectivity. And so they're not. They can't. They just simply cannot go to the American people, and say that were objective, as soon as Trump administration. They can't say it now they're not gonna be able to say later, they have our book says, in, in, in the book timber nine right? That this, the media the set out to destroy president and destroy themselves, instead and this really is what they've done there. There is there's no happiness and mud Ville. When I say this because journalism is an is a noble profession, destroyed by these people, and look the the repercussions. The ripple effected all throughout the media. Everyone's been damaged by this, because everyone is now looking at the meal with jaundice eye, not quite believing what they're getting gap you research last week, as you know, said that more people are concerned about fake news, terrorism and that stunning to me. It's Brent Bozell unmasked, big media's war against Trump. He writes it with Tim Graham one one last quick, one is the left and the media collusion ever gonna stop. And what I mean is this specifically about Trump because Mullah report came out Muller, walks out, and he does that ridiculous nine minutes thing. A couple of days later, he actually corrected himself that the media's all ignore that he corrected what he said a few days before. But, but now the media is getting up something that will, of course is obstruction. Of course it's high crime. Of course, there has to be impeachment native Pelosi singlets in the guy, not worry about impeachment will the media stopped because look when I would go up to bed and I played little league baseball like so many did. And if I swung three times missed it. I struck out it was done..
"timber ninth" Discussed on Drink Champs
"Shittu left on my family is. And when you when you incorporate all the differences, that's when you can really appreciate family. Say. Family. Do you know? At the end of the day, like, like lifting day for the moment of Qena Miami. He brought me to store, and he knew from a music, the type of person is he had to test me, he knew for the type of person. I so accordingly. He made it right the way it is, and me and him bid. The friends forever, he caused that trying to one day, cause some trumpet young just keep keep it. But what I'm trying to say is we get? But the thing about it is everybody is, that's the thing is still friends for twenty years later, because he gets that doesn't mean we finally brothers no day, almost every day. But we keep a move we got them. And God bless you got them. You don't even know what drink you got your car? Got comey. Well, and that's big Columbia, where I'm sorry. I haven't been able to Columbia white now. Video. Goes mobile Pettis asp ready. So as we talk about petty. To change really flipped on. You. But you said apologize to do not. You cannot take it back. I'm listening. I'm taking public. My, he'll watch is pretty nice. Switch subjects. That shows only go somewhere. Cut you off. Yeah. I think we're not comfortable that cutting off, no cutting the more because I know where the story ends watch pretty nice. How you doing? Why won't say some positive thing is. Mamane and I wouldn't know. Mike, please. But I ain't no sucker. And when this came just saying things about me, you know what I'm saying? I stayed up so Tim his face. No accepted. It wasn't on the set. He didn't. If you don't respond to on internet. That don't count north all juicers side of this is all gave their real. Listen. I'm gonna say shoot up. Say seventy listens twenty two twenty three years old after duffle bag. Boy, come out, right? Oh. Of feel Serena list, Barbara. Varner. Brothers has show okay to change circus. No brothers. It's is, is astro-. Cool. Go up to chains in doubt. They. Oh. Player circle. And I interview them and whatnot. And I'm a fan of them say was having I, I. Of I rep Bobby ever seen. I famous person I've seen when I moved up it was to chains. I know who he is. I was a fan and when he said, what you said about me it. Hurt my feelings, and I didn't like and I ain't never been no suckle, even though I got one I ever since I was Pab years, but never. Nori. Cheri let Nick, it's no pain. So. I'm sorry. I'm sorry, I'm going to tell you, this is if thing happened to me, if anything happened to me. On the Edelman fighting. Series. Live coke to look like. Real. Let me know. Yeah I'm back. Come on, man. We about peace, right here. I never said this about this. And say. You'll drink army, make sure this. Camps. Coacher man fuck shit, man. Don't know we all hear the timber ninth club during September tenth hit him with a barbecue. You know what I'm saying? Jack coming now. He's coming. Let me coming out. He home help us hosta park..
"timber ninth" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Sports awards Dominy announcement sponsored by Wisconsin distributors, the twenty nineteen Wisconsin sports words, presented by fiduciary management and American family insurance. They happened Thursday June sixth at Pfizer form. The Wisconsin sports words in annual celebration of Wisconsin's high school, collegiate and professional, athletic achievements. Will also be spotlighting cousins subs in its make it better foundation as they present twenty thousand dollars in scholarships to four with tax in high school senior athletes. In addition to also, presenting the cousins subs homegrown athlete of the year award cousins. And it's make it better foundation, awarding one hundred thousand dollars in scholarships to twenty four high school student athletes throat, Wisconsin at past Wisconsin sports awards events. So with that in mind, let us begin the list of nominees. High school football player of the year. The now as earlier Chanel grants for high school from Polaski highschool Dylan Hendricks and read Ryan of wanna key high school. Ereck MMA, Harris voice, high school basketball player of the year. Patrick Waldron junior from Sussex Hamilton I school, Michael foster junior, Milwaukee Washington high school and from Nicolay high school. Jalen Johnson, damn goodwill power of work girls. High school basketball player of the year Sidney Robey of Rufus king high school mechanic Warnock of another grove high school and Chamara Williams of the Milwaukee academies of science school high school athlete of the year. Grace been in mount horrid high school brush, slow of voice Ville, high school in David Nucci of unelected Luther high screen, Mark Murata college athlete of the year, Ethan half from the university of Wisconsin men's basketball, not show Heidtmann Marquette, women's basketball, Marcus Howard, Marquette men's basketball, the Nelson university, Wisconsin women's swimming. And Jonathan Taylor, you w football professional. Athlete of the year presented by Palermo's pizza. Devante atoms of the Packers at Kumbo of the bucks. Josh hater of the brewers. Aaron Rodgers you might have heard of him. He plays football in Green Bay for the Packers. And Ashley be Christian yelich to the Milwaukee Brewers suicide distributors breakthrough f lead of the year. The nominees are your Alexandra the Green Bay Packers, the Milwaukee Bucks. Eric Bledsoe Corbin burns of the Milwaukee Brewers Aaron Jones of the Green Bay Packers and brook. Lopez of your Milwaukee Bucks of the years timber nine twenty eighteen Aaron Rogers and his come back against the bears opening night. Tober I twenty eighteen the brewers win the NL central over the cubs at Wrigley on twelve twenty eighteen Brandon Woodruff homers Clayton Kershaw in the NFC S January nights twenty nineteen Marquette forces overtime at Creighton after being down by five with one and a half seconds remaining. Marquette wins one zero six zero four in overtime January nineteen twenty nineteen Wisconsin men's basketball beats number two Michigan and your nominees for individual..
"timber ninth" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Leads to wrinkles age, the best cure, get a blue light screen protector or moderate the time you spend on your phone? Do you get that little note that tells you about screen that's fascinating? So I've been trying I've been trying to lower mine it used to be like almost nine hours. Now, it's down to seven our son good down some I'm just trying to be more conscious of that leaving the phone sits not looking at Mazda. Fire it up but staring at your phone. Yeah. Making wrinkles call some make ULA dumber as well. Though radio show where you don't have to check your brain the door on the biggest stick in the states and now live from the annex wealth management studios at Radio City. Here's Steve skip eating and good morning. Wisconsin nine eight thirty seven Chile degrees on this April twenty nine ninth has we wind out the month of April, this kind of a treat a I've known my next guest for a little bit of time kind of going back and forth met at some events. But joining me in studio is cavalier. Chevy. Johnson the aldermen from the second district right in Milwaukee. Yes, sir. Welcome. Thank you. Good to see you. Glad well looking exactly the same. As the last time. I just. On your. Well, they make me just like this. That's not the proper tire. I think most people just like this. I tried to take it a little step further be little styles. Thanks to my wife. But yeah, it's almost of us. So I know you're running for reelection. In April, right absolutely makes people Syria. So this is your first term. Yes. How'd you get into this business? I was actually reflecting on this last night with my wife, and I will be thirty four in twenty young man. And I started off wanted to get into this most fourteen two things happened that you're in February I was recruited into a pre college program called sponsor a scholar with YMCA and the goal that program is to get young people like myself, low income and Milwaukee public schools off to college, and I did that when TWA Madison badgers. And the other part of that is to get those same young people involved in community service and given back and it just fell in love with the service part of it later on that year. I was a freshman in high schools timber nine eleven happened. And I watched President Bush go to what was left the World Trade Center. And when I watched President Bush just sort of bring people together, I just moved in there that I could continue doing the service that I fell in love with with why and going into government to be the vehicle that I did to serve you. So when you make that decision, and you get elected there's the reality of. Okay. This is what the the nuts and bolts of the job are. So how how is that transition? How did that feel like you? Well, fortunately, I had some experience in that. I run for office pertinent prior to being elected alderman here. In addition. I had worked at mayor Barrett's office for a little bit before I automatically won election myself. But it is it is a fast pace, you know, sort of job. There's no training wheels. There's no really manual. You just got to get there and figure it out. So. When you when you go to work now, and you just did a bunch of door knocking over the weekend as part of your reelection campaign. What are folks telling you about Milwaukee? What's the big burning issue on their mind? Well, one of the big issues that's on people's mind right now, and it's been in other parts of media as well. And folks, tell me about this on the doors to is our pursue policy. Folks want to make sure that their neighborhoods are safe. And I was one of the thirteen of fifteen common council members a couple of years back that worked with the fire and police commission in order to get the policy change to what it is. Currently from what it was. And I think that's something that's important because what happened prior to the current policy was that people who were bad actors felt that they could drive around on the streets and act with impunity, essentially, they felt emboldened just fleet. Absolutely. Let me so and my older minute district. I have to police district police district seven and police district for and I've got a great relationship with a number of the officers in both districts, and when I talked to some of.
"timber ninth" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Tony Paige back all the way to. Forty. Jerry JJ again. Jerry and Alex five forty. Even though it's just barely getting started with baseball. It's great that it's rolling and you get to watch games. It's not on. Yes. Or baseball network or whoever's got just find a game. You wanna watch even though I don't even know I saw a couple of eighty nine and ninety three's out there. And I'm like, I don't know what these people are. But that's fine. But I was wondering if anybody if you guys made a just starting to come to a conclusion is too early. I I still think the another pitcher I don't know how much account on CC because he's not going to be, you know, I don't think he's coming up anytime soon, and he shouldn't there's no need for them to be up here in April fifth started using doesn't get any work. Anyway. So I think you know, you you don't start his. Pratt whitney'll maybe now, but you know, he's he's behind everybody. But rightfully so you want somebody to be around compati- timber nine running out of gas. So we'll see what happens with him. As I said earlier tonight. My biggest problem with concern for best. My biggest concern with baseball right now is even teams are forming. And you say, okay, we need this. We need that. It's still the approach that. I don't know how that changes. By that. I mean. If easy Yankees. For example. If you're a home run hitting team you set the record last year for most home runs by team won a hundred games. You made the postseason didn't go far. Because at some point. You just got to put the ball in play. You tell kids that all the time put the ball in play put the ban on the ball. If you put the ball in play three things can happen in two for for ourselves. Our side of it is good ones. Basic ones Inara get on base and one out. But if you're swinging for the fences, and you're stretching launch angles and all that kind of nonsense, and then you get to the postseason. And you're not seen a four fifth star. You're seeing their top of the line pitchers. And you go up there and as a runner thirds as tie game or your game. You're run behind in Europe with two outs. And you're a home run hitter. How do you? How do you make the adjustment? I'm still trying to homerun. Oh, do I just try to get the ball in play? But if you haven't been doing it all year now. I think the game. Guys were bunting. I mean, you see that more on the National League. But even if you got a chance to get on base guys giving you the shift you drop a bunch. 'cause I always always puzzles me that went on. I might say, well, you know, we we he he bunted. He didn't try hit a home run. We you know, we won that battle. Yeah. But he bunted he got on base. And now the next guy to run home or they can get it a role going with a lot of base hits. If you're a home run hitting team, how do you how do you change the narrative? And now your baseball team. He just hitting the ball putting a play. You know, if you don't steal basis during the regular season basis in the postseason. And the other thing, of course is the pitches. No, it's in the best sense of the word a. You always you always asking for a pitcher to give you a quality star quality stock back today was nine innings. You went nine innings. If you didn't get the go ninety s you win eight and the third eight and two-thirds you were there. Nobody brought up while you know, he's going to distance. That means he's going to meet the he's gonna go through the line of three times. So. That's what I don't understand. So all these pictures who can only give you a quality start was nine then went down to seven. Now. It's somewhere between five and six. I don't know how that helps you in the postseason if you've been relying on your bullpen all year. Now, it's tired. Swimming. When you add somebody, right? You know, right before the. Playoff push starts. I think it was. I think it was sixty nine Braves got Hoyt Wilhelm the old knuckleball to come in. And but he came in after September. I wasn't eligible for the postseason had a really good September helped the Braves, but you know, he couldn't make a deal to get him in before the September. You know, it's different. Now, you just tell pictures, you go as long as you, can you know, you know, what you're going five. So just go as long as hard as you can. And he just throw you throwing his and then you run out of gas and take you out of there. But did you can't ask these same guys who don't go seventy seven. And he'll go. Sure. I'll I'll go seven I haven't gone seven in four stars. But I'll go seven, and then it's usually worse. But the one thing I for one. Position. I'm looking forward to just watch. It a competition is first base for the Yankees bird of I've always liked bird. I know his injury prone, but he he can I can put up some. I think he's at thirty forty home run guy. But. You don't get that number by playing in sixty seven games. I don't know. He was discarded by one team. You had a nice job. Nice year. I mean nice. Small sampling of work. Convince everybody that he's a number one start or at least at least. That's what's caskets. He's or or Boone says that, but I still think they really would like bird to just come in. And. Just knock it out of the park and be that guy. So how many hit today was opposite field? And he said he was using his legs. And that that's good hitting as always with the legs. So I'm I'm I just wanted to see I think the same is going to happen. I think all these teams are they hit all these home runs. They're all going to strike out Tana strikeouts. Tahoe home runs and get into the post season and the game changes. You need someone put the ball and playing those guys. For Daniel been perfect. Tourist plays a short. He plays second. If they have issues he can fill thirty eight. He's hitter. We'll see we'll see eight seven seven three seven sixty six sixty six is the number of nets lost tonight would say shouldn't lost one twenty five when sixteen wizards who are twenty five and thirty six in the nets still a game over five hundred now. Foca teams who are in the playoffs. Now, you're trying to jockey for position. And maybe move up a little higher. This is this is this is like playoff playing games. You can't you can't lose games. You know, if you're going up against. A really good team. Take your pick. And you get beat us. Okay. But all these you know, when you playing teams that have losing records or Rick records, similar to yours. You're supposed to beat those guys. He lost a wizard at home. This is not a good sign. And just look flat. And they always seem that this team. I know accent does a good job as always seems to be one game where they just a flat. Maybe was fine. Back from the west. I I don't know. But I'm ready for baseball even with, you know, no, no new pitch clock. They're not doing that yet. And nothing about pitches have to pitch the three batters as I think that all comes maybe next year. Wait for the contract to. Went out and take it from there. And I hope is the worst office down the road because this is really, you know, we look forward to this force. And we notice money involved in these guys are going to fight for that. And every ten the owners want to keep it all the players want more. And we were talking about last night. I just think I'm still getting contracts with these guys are making. I don't know why Harper's taking so long. I mean who does it benefit does it benefit? Boris or? Harper. Ballplayers can put put an end to it. And you know, I know we're trying to get three fifty. But just just we'll take the three ten and move on and hotel. No, no, we gotta we gotta do do more than that. I just want to just. I don't understand why it's taking so long injustice, unless it's just all Boris. He's not getting what he wants. So he brings another team. The player in to make the team better. And then what happens? And then say the giants were back involved with Harper, and I'm like handed back with that right field area. That's a that's a deep Polk. Barry bonds. Yeah. But. Lead league doubles, maybe. But it's is thank why would why would you know? It's it's. If you're a left handed batter you wanna go to Yankee Stadium. We like to play for Yankees because reports the right handed about it. You don't want to go to say, especially the old Yankee Stadium. Nobody wants to be a right handed bat. There you go. Nice shot. It's four hundred and fifty feeding still kit court. When we come back. I wanna get your take on the job of the night. Brandon nimmo. How do you? How do you avoid? Wilpon have to buy we buy George Foreman grill or they have to give you need a new bench. Coach is also moonlights as the cooking coach. Hey, I want to cook some chicken, let me let me show you how to do it. Because obviously you and how to do this. I mean, you want eat healthy. What are you gonna do the hiring? Chef now. I'm sure nemo will talk to the media when he feels up to it, and he'll be it'll be tongue in cheek. But I'm sure if people want to happen. Did you this didn't cook it long enough? Only the Mets only the Mets. But hopefully, he's okay. And he's out for a couple of days, and he's resting and Jacob drinking ginger ale and crackers, and toast and just trying to build up his friends because that's the other thing would athletes, you know, you could bust a finger which you can still do stuff to stay in shape. You got. Food poisoning. The only other way to put it you get food poisoning. Are you gonna do? You have to suffer till it's over, you know, all all the water you need and keep yourself hydrated. And he lightly. You'll be done with you. 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