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"tom merrick" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

04:47 min | 5 months ago

"tom merrick" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"Are the daily tech headlines for Thursday, march 17th, 2022. Happy Saint Patrick's Day, I'm Tom Merrick. Google announced its annual developer conference, Google IO will take place may 11th and 12th as a virtual event viewable through YouTube, as well as IO adventure in VR. The May 11th keynote from Sundar Pichai will be streamed from the shoreline amphitheater. Amazon closed its acquisition of movie studio MGM Thursday. MGM holds the rights to nearly 4000 films and 17,000 TV episodes. There's no word on how MGM, if it will be integrated into Amazon Studios, will be integrated into Amazon Studios. MGM franchises include James Bond, rocky and the pink panther movies, among many others. Samsung announced new models in its galaxy a series phones, the a 53 5G adds 5G, of course, as well as better display visibility and some photo editing features. It starts at $50 lower than the previous version did, beating inflation. The Samsung galaxy a 53 comes to the U.S. April 1st for $450. Samsung also announced the galaxy a 33. It will end up being sold at a price somewhere between the a 53 and the $250 a 13. Netflix is conducting a test of two new features meant to combat password sharing with people who don't live in the same household as you. One feature will let people take their profiles, including recommendations and viewing histories to a new account. A second feature will let a count holders add up to two out of household members to an account for an extra fee of around $3 a month. Those extra members would have their own logins and passwords. The features are launching first in Chile, Costa Rica, and Peru. Counterpoint research estimates that 5G phones outsold four G phones in January for the first time. The margin was much bigger in some markets, 5G had 84% of all four G and 5G phones in China in Western Europe that percentage was 76%. And in North America it was 73%. Cheaper 5G smartphones are driving the increases with Xiaomi, oppo and vivo all offering 5G phones at or around the $200 price point. Apple had the bestselling 5G phone with 37% of sales. Samsung accounted for 12%. Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky signed a law Wednesday clarifying the status of cryptocurrency assets in the country. Crypto exchanges now have specific legal authority to operate. They'll be regulated by the national commission on securities. The bill passed parliament February 17th after the president had rejected a previous version back in September. The ministry of finance is working on amendments to the country's tax and civil codes to fully launch the market for virtual assets. Writer sources say Alibaba and Tencent are preparing for layoffs in the tens of thousands as the company's adjust to new regulatory rulings in China. Alibaba has already started letting some employees go. The crackdown, along with a slowing economy, has slowed both companies growth, Tencent has around 94,000 employees in Alibaba around 39,000. If you've ever been confused about whether Chrome OS should have a space between chrome NOS, be confused no more. A recent code change from Google has clarified the matter, changing about 1000 instances of the name to not have a space. This branding change is meant to unify the name. The open-source chromium OS will also eliminate the space. Android auto has added a check to see if your USB cable and port are working properly. So if you can't connect, you can figure out if that's the problem. USB startup diagnostics can tell you if the problem is in the USB system and whether the problem is the cable or not. This can help identify damage to or incompatible cables. Finally, Wednesday, an NBA matchup between the Dallas Mavericks and Brooklyn Nets was broadcast on ESPN using 3D volumetric videos, the first time that has been done for a full game broadcast. It had only been done for highlights before. Canon will use its free viewpoint video system or fvv system with over a hundred data capture cameras, positioned around the basketball court to create that live sports broadcast, merged with multi dimensional footage to create 6 virtual cameras. It ended up looking something like a video game. For more discussion of the tech news of the day, subscribe to daily tech news show dot com and remember to rate and review daily tech headlines wherever you get your podcasts. Thanks for listening. Talk to you next time..

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"tom merrick" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:59 min | 5 months ago

"tom merrick" Discussed on AP News

"AP sports I'm John Murphy just 4 games of the NBA but what a night for the next country you're free he scored a career high 60 points that's a minutes and be a franchise best as Brooklyn demolished Orlando 150 to 1 await Devin Booker a 27.8 assistant 30 minutes before getting the rest of the night off as Phoenix beat Orleans 131115 but kill bridges went 4 of 5 from 3.range he scored 20 for the sons who won for the fourth time in 5 games Tyler hero scored a game high 29 points off the bench to lead the heat 12 total 598 win over the pistons real comfortable no my teammates and coaches you know trust me you know with the ball on the trust me to make plays and you know I'm comfortable you know plan on or off the ball or whatever whatever the team needs grasslands minus all star John Moran who was sidelined with back soreness took care of the Pacers by a final of 135102 the NC double a tournament began with the Indiana and Texas southern winning first 4 games in Dayton correspondent Tom Merrick has the details Hoosiers defeated Wyoming 6658 after Texas southern beat Texas a and M. Corpus Christi 7667 trayce Jackson Davis led Indiana with 29 points and 9 rebounds sixpence Jordan to runaway added 15 points Texas southern also got a big lift from its bench which scored 55 of the Tigers 76 points Texas southern that goes up against 1 seed Kansas while Indiana place St merry's both games on Thursday I'm Tom Mariam Alex Ovechkin's move past your merry younger into third all time in NHL scoring is 700 67 helped lead Washington 1243 shootout win over the islanders other Tuesday initial winners included the Rangers Boston Nashville Toronto Arizona Vancouver Edmonton Winnipeg Colorado and Florida I'm John the 3 AP sports

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 5 months ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm John Murphy just four games of the NBA but what a night for the next country you're free he scored a career high sixty points that's a minutes and be a franchise best as Brooklyn demolished Orlando one fifty to one await Devin Booker a twenty seven point eight assistant thirty minutes before getting the rest of the night off as Phoenix beat Orleans one thirty one one fifteen but kill bridges went four of five from three point range he scored twenty for the sons who won for the fourth time in five games Tyler hero scored a game high twenty nine points off the bench to lead the heat twelve total five ninety eight win over the pistons real comfortable no my teammates and coaches you know trust me you know with the ball on the trust me to make plays and you know I'm comfortable you know plan on or off the ball or whatever whatever the team needs grasslands minus all star John Moran who was sidelined with back soreness took care of the Pacers by a final of one thirty five one oh two the NC double a tournament began with the Indiana and Texas southern winning first four games in Dayton correspondent Tom Merrick has the details Hoosiers defeated Wyoming sixty six fifty eight after Texas southern beat Texas a and M. Corpus Christi seventy six sixty seven trayce Jackson Davis led Indiana with twenty nine points and nine rebounds sixpence Jordan to runaway added fifteen points Texas southern also got a big lift from its bench which scored fifty five of the Tigers seventy six points Texas southern that goes up against one seed Kansas while Indiana place St merry's both games on Thursday I'm Tom Mariam Alex Ovechkin's move past your merry younger into third all time in NHL scoring is seven hundred sixty seven helped lead Washington twelve four three shootout win over the islanders other Tuesday initial winners included the Rangers Boston Nashville Toronto Arizona Vancouver Edmonton Winnipeg Colorado and Florida I'm John the three AP sports

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"tom merrick" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:30 min | 11 months ago

"tom merrick" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"tom merrick" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"tom merrick" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"As it moves toward Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. That's the latest camera. Fairchild And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News Room. No can do. That is what Tic Tac's parent bite dances, saying regarding selling or transferring the algorithm behind the video sharing app in any sale or divestment. That's according to the South China Morning Post, citing a source, the report says by dance will not hand out the source code behind the Social media platform. But the company's US based technology team would be free to develop a new algorithm and that would be a condition for a sale of the company's U. S assets. Gilead Sciences will acquire Immuno medics for about $21 billion in cash this to add breast cancer treatments. Gilly would value Morris Plains, New Jersey based immuno medics at more than twice as much as what immuno medics valuation was. As of Friday. The company makes the TRO Delvian breast cancer drug. Pharmaceutical companies have been eyeing immuno medics since the Food and Drug Administration unexpectedly accelerated approval for a TRO delve E back in April. Softbank Group executives are reviving discussions about taking the Japanese technology company Private. That's according to the financial Times, citing people with knowledge of the matter, The report says, though, that there's some internal opposition to a management buyout as being a public listed company carries cachet in Japan. Softbank declined to comment to the paper yesterday. We heard in Video Corp is nearing a deal to acquire Softbank's chipmaker, arm limited and acquisition that would extend in videos reach into mobile devices. Toll hikes in New Jersey are now in effect. Governor Phil Murphy approved the hikes back in June in order to fund a $24 billion construction plan that includes widening roads, implementing cashless payment and replacing a bridge connecting the state to Pennsylvania. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer, this is Bloomberg. You're listening to Bloomberg, BusinessWeek with Carol Master and Jason Kelly from Bloomberg Radio. Tom Barrack. That's a familiar voice to our audience is Jason. He built as you know, so well Colony capital by buying distressed assets. Much during each and every crisis over the past 30 years, But during the current downturn, you know what he's doing. He's actually selling brick and mortar properties as they look to reshape their portfolio really focused on what they're calling digital infrastructure. So this was sort of a big moment for many reasons, Carol because I actually saw Tom Barrack in the flesh in New York City, him and his new CEO. Mark Ganzi. They came to New York We went to their office is socially distance for a wide ranging interview. Have the pandemic. It is accelerating So much of what's happening in and already disrupted real estate world. Check it out. What? Think we're in transition. And As the engineers and the builders of this infrastructure. We see where the traffic's going because once again we're entrusted with that information and What I would tell you today is a CZ from a network perspective for digital perspective. Workloads are shifting from the urban core active the suppers. In a pace that we've never seen in three decades. And what I mean by that is the proliferation of network infrastructure is more prominent in the suburbs and is in the urban court today. Data centers are now being built Jason on the edge. We're now fighting to deploy infrastructure or build that next generation of real estate on the edge, which is happening in smaller cities. Or people have moved. My belief is some of this is somewhat overblown. I think people will come back to the urban core urban cores where really from a from a social perspective, and from a cultural perspective, that is where people like to be. They won't entertain themselves. So I don't view this is being binary. In terms of you know, nobody coming back to New York City or nobody going back to Los Angeles or Miami. People will come back when they feel confident. They feel confident that there's a good vaccine and that they ultimately feel like that there's a good cure. But in the meantime, the activity in the suburbs which was largely neglected from a digital perspective. Is where we're spending all of our time. And so, Tom, What do you make of that is someone who's been looking at real estate and it's The buying and selling of it. The consumption of it the creation of it. I mean, is this a Is this a catalytic or Moment or an inflection point that we will look back on and say our cities were changed. Our lives were changed. I don't think so. I'm long New York City. By the way, if you're asking me if I go back with my distress had on the first place I would be is here. The last place I would be in the other end of the transportation, right? What's happened is great. Great places to live around New York City have grown from Where does the train And the subway go. And that was the key consideration. I could buy a place. Granted to the $1000 a foot versus a cooperate condo in Manhattan at 4000 Ft. And I can commute back and forth. And subway train. I think young people I'm going to get very tired of the suburbs very quickly. The financial engines will exist in places like New York, London, Paris. Los Angeles that again it's just a neck seller. People here were already thinking of moving to Florida with confiscatory tax regime and a political situation which they weren't happy with whether the mayor is doing a good job of a bad job. It was perceived that It's um It's not working. You have an infrastructure here. People are worried about building a brand new condo or coop. Streets are falling apart of the subway doesn't work. The bridges and tunnels are 100 years old. It's just accelerating. Everybody's thought and saying You know what? This is this is frightened me. Life is short. I want to enjoy my kids because of the digital frontier. I have other opportunities to do, and I want to be where I don't feel the pressure of this. This epidemic every time I touch an elevator. My belief is that will vanish. That will go away the aftermath after this election cycle, whatever that is. Will will start to dissipate with with a vaccine with a cure, and I always ask. My friends are so great a vaccine you could take one. Have him say Never. Right, right. So I think cities they're here to stay suburbs or here's the utilization of them is going to be different. And in it and a replicated Bill way, it's impossible to replicate New York City, and that's Tom Merrick, the executive chairman of Colony Capital, the founder, arguably one of the best known voices in real estate alongside Mark Ganzi. He's the CEO of Colony Capital. As of July, 1st. Listen. This is a seminal moment an inflection point in many ways, handing over the reins but also an entirely new strategy that they put in place actually before Copan 19 Carol, But it is all accelerating during this pandemic. Well, just interesting right that he's normally a buyer during times of downturns and crises, and now he's actually doing some selling. So yet talk about pivots. During Cove in 19. You're listening to Bloomberg. BusinessWeek coming up. While colony like so many other companies are pivoting As a result of the pandemic. Many of us have been turning to our pets for companionship and fun. Well working from home, Jason Turns out it's part of a pet boom that's resulted in about two thirds of the country now owning a pet everyone, But you apparently more coming up on that. Yeah, apparently, when.

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"tom merrick" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"tom merrick" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And it's The buying and selling of it. The consumption of it the creation of it. I mean, is this a Is this a catalytic or Moment or an inflection point that we will look back on and say our cities were changed. Our lives were changed. I don't think so. I'm along New York City, By the way, if you ask me if I go back with my distress had on the first place I would be is here. The last place I would be in the other end of the transportation, right? So what's happened is great. Great places to live around New York City have grown from Where does the train And the subway go. And that was the key consideration. I could buy a place. Granted to $1000 a foot versus a Cooper and condo in Manhattan at 4000 Ft. And I can commute back and forth. And subway train. I think young people I'm going to get very tired of the suburbs very quickly. Financial engines will exist in places like New York, London, Paris. Los Angeles. But again it's just an accelerant. People here were already thinking of moving to Florida with confiscatory tax regime and a political situation which they weren't happy with whether they're doing a good job of a bad job. It was perceived that It's um It's not working. You have an infrastructure here. People are worried about building a brand new condo or coop. The streets are falling apart of the subway doesn't work. The bridges and tunnels are 100 years old. It's just accelerating. Everybody's thought and saying You know what? This is this is frightened me. Life is short. I want to enjoy my kids because of the digital frontier. I have other opportunities to do, and I want to be where I don't feel the pressure of this. This epidemic every time I touch an elevator. My belief is that will vanish. That will go away the aftermath after this election cycle, whatever that is. Will will start to dissipate with with a vaccine with a cure, and I always ask. My friends are so great a vaccine you could take one. Have him say Never. Right, right. So I think cities they're here to stay. Suburbs air here, stay. The utilization of them is going to be different. And in it and a replicated Bill way, it's impossible to replicate New York City, and that's Tom Merrick, the executive chairman of Colony Capital, the founder, arguably one of the best known voices in real estate alongside Mark Ganzi. He's the CEO of Colony Capital. As of July, 1st. Listen. This is a seminal moment an inflection point in many ways, handing over the reins but also an entirely new strategy that they put in place actually before Copan 19 Carol, but it is all accelerating. During this pandemic. We'll just interesting right that he's normally a buyer during times of downturns and crises, and now he's actually doing some selling. So, yeah, Talk about pivots during Cove in 19. You're listening to Bloomberg. BusinessWeek coming up. While Colony like so many other companies are pivoting as a result of the pandemic. Many of us have been turning to our pets for companionship and fun while working from home, Jason Turns out it's part of a pet boom. It's resulted in about two thirds of the country now owning a pet. Everyone But you, apparently we're coming up on that. Yeah, Apparently, when you're pivoting, it.

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"tom merrick" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"tom merrick" Discussed on KOMO

"Beat with Jim Bohannon Doris Joshua for and Ella Morton are co authors of it explores guide to the world fit in one second edition from workman publishing you may have heard of the biggest ball of twine but how about the biggest ball of pain it began with a baseball in a garage that I think he was a boy at the time just started painting and then he kept painting and painting and painting and now it's the giants from biggest two smallest a subterranean Washington Monument just hanging out there it's in a little pot hole it's a twelve foot replica but it's under a manhole near the actual monument some locations of atlas obscura are obscure the space craft cemetery which is a few thousand miles east of New Zealand and a few thousand miles north of Antarctica and it's at the bottom of the ocean it's where space costs the land and just pulled to the bottom of the sea which is about two point five miles deep in that location on Vashon island Washington check out the bike three a boy a left a bike chained to a tree because I think he outgrew it and then the tree grew and it sort of swallowed the bikes are part of the bike is speaking out of the front and part of it is to get out of the back and it's rusted and it's an old school bags so it just looks quite magical it does look like the trees swallowed it and some odd festivals are featured we write about things like the baby jumping festival in Spain newborn babies jumped over by double men to remove the evil within their things like the festival of the snake catches in Italy that's in may there's an amazing ice and snow sculpture festival in China in January and that was obscure it takes you to the Vancouver British Columbia police museum including a mortgage with eighteen drawers seventeen of which were used for bodies the corner use the eighteenth as a beer fridge the off beat I'm jumbo had a Tom Merrick in the.

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"tom merrick" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:04 min | 2 years ago

"tom merrick" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Are trying to restrain him another man is backing away with a nice it's been taken from the suspected terrorists on the offices moving shouting a warning and the man on the ground he struck the man had been attending a criminal justice event it brought together academics from Cambridge university and former prisoners witnesses have told the BBC a young woman was stabbed one man grabbed a makeshift weapon from off the wall to come from to the attacker it was a five foot long task of an arctic whale another man sprayed a fire extinguisher in his face two members of the public were killed in the attack three are in hospital one in a critical condition the Metropolitan Police commissioner crested Dick said the investigation was well underway sources have told the BBC the man shot dead who was a former terrorist prisoner out on license he thought to have been linked to Islamist groups Boris Johnson has chaired a meeting of the cobra emergency committee I see when teen he talked about the dangers of the premature release of prisoners I have long Okey that it is a mistake to allow serious and violent criminals to come out of prison and it is very important that we enforce the appropriate sentences phone dangerous criminals the mayor of London city Khan said the suspect represented the worst of humanity what's the response from the general public and the emergency services represented the very best and the more reporting the attack came less than a month for the U. case threat level was downgraded from survey at two substantial it was also the second attack on London Bridge in just over two years the last one also came just before a general election this morning's newspapers here have numerous pictures of the moment this man Khan was tackled by six members of the public one of them was Stevie Hurst who's driving over the bridge at the time I don't know why but I feel compelled to jump out of the call to go and see what the situation was and we store guy being sold across the floor so I once you run over that you that the began on and guys you just screaming he stopped a couple of women sure everyone was just on top of him trying to bundle into the ground is covered in blood many children not just any hand so you know I just put four in we're trying to do as much as we could to try and dislodge that night for me thank you would harm anyone else so the guys that would that would just made an absolutely incredible people heroes beyond belief the police with that within minutes which is incredible and they start to drive all of us all and that's when you see the guy that had the night I'm with the suit you don't see the market's been disclosed that kind of went down the side of the pavement he picked up thank you I just wanted to make sure that we discuss that so you can harm anybody else by the police are dragging him off he rolls on street and that's when the screen palm so we noticed that he's wearing a bomb test of some kind of some so palm device connected tennis when everyone stops and he tried to get out the funny thing is when we were checking out into the ground the guy was just constantly screaming tells me help me that her room was just gonna let him go and do you think but we wanted to make sure that he's never going to do to getting over Hallman another single human being on this planet the police took three rounds into his chest I think you lying on the floor put in the cupboard prince trying to keep himself warm knowing that he's about to die he's reaching around three five which rely a find out he had a gun never on sunscreen eat organic all gone so we then proceed to the other side of the bridge and then all of a sudden Kamel gun shots I see an explosion and then all of a sudden another ten shots ricocheting everywhere my mind said he's on he's on his girlfriend and that's what everyone side to one of my life Stevie hustle is being called the heroes of London Bridge police say they now believe it was men come acted alone how many years now and after a trial lasting more than a decade the president of the south American nation of Suriname has been sentenced to twenty years in jail for the murder of fifteen political opponents in nineteen eighty two president desi bow to say is currently in China on an official visit so we'll have two weeks to appeal I had more about the case from America's editor Leonardo Russia he at the time was in charge of the military Johnta that had taken over now with their in the these fifteen people were political prisoners including union leaders journalists if they were in a colonia we a fortress in the capital Paramaribo in they were killed what the court found after twelve years of trial has lasted for twelve years is that the he planned and organized the extra judicial execution of those people what Mr bounce as he has said in the past is that these people were trying to escape and they were shot by the army there so he basically denies the the charges it is pretty extraordinary that a president is given twenty is in jail for murder he's in China at the moment what's been the reaction the the timing is is quite interesting because he's in China is is that why we have this this really now we don't know I mean this allegations go back to nineteen eighty two there was a huge outcry the Netherlands while the former colonial power at the time made a big noise about that and now he's in China so what his lawyer said there's no official reaction but what his lawyer said is that he's going back to Suriname the south American next week and that he is going to appeal against the decision he seventy four we don't know how powerful he will be if the court will be able to basically to execute the center so he's going to to serve time in prison but in this twelve years since the trial began six of the people who were accuse have already died so he has taken a long time Tom Merrick is Edison Lynott Russia in recent months a number of global brands have been criticized by one country or another for using maps which appear to take sides in territorial disputes such as whether Taiwan is part of China who controls certain islands in the South China Sea now the US tech giant apple has said it will take a deeper look at how it monks disputed borders off the criticism of how it depicted Crimea reporter Gareth follow is he a graphics playing the controversy and apples response this will be games of the March of twenty fourteen Russian troops annexed cry Mary was territory controlled by Ukraine the little green men is that when I moved in and took control of the territory in the scenes Russia has trying to assert to maintain its control despite widespread international condemnation and what's happened on the ground hasn't been reflected online on digital maps as in Russia in recent months is enacted in you know this man this it's forced the tech companies to change the way they portray Crimea so after months of discussions with apple for example if you now go in search apple maps apple whether through that it shows crime is being parts of Russia Russian territory it only does so that if you are searching within Russia itself if you're searching from the rest of the world and it shows it is being attached to any part of any country Google for example did the same thing back in March it shows that it's part of Russian territory if it's in Russia he search outside of Russia and it shows it with disputed borders between the two well who's news on apple maps and also is whether that's caused huge controversy a lot of criticism within Ukraine itself as what now apple is saying is it's going to take a deeper look at how it handles disputed borders and it might make changes in the future as a result sieve over this controversy in with these changes it is only another example live soft power of political power and of course the power of a small things Catherine I thank you two weeks of anti government street demonstrations in Chile have already led to the cancellation of two major international summits that football matches were also suspended and now the rest of the football season has been canceled but he has more sports reporter full serwis Chiles for blue sociais shin has canceled the rest of the domestic season and awarded the league title to one of the country's historic big three teams the vessel dove Catolica with national civil unrest of a prophecy and financial inequality in its eighth week Chilean newspaper laughter Serra called it a title without a party there is little doubt that cancer have been the best club in the country by some considerable distance but the fact that the main rivals color color and you need a seat at the Chevy have agreed to see the title points to the gravity of the situation in the capital Santiago as with the Gezi park protests in Istanbul in the spring of twenty thirteen the current political upheaval has serve to unite the fiercest of supporting rivals the reasons for the civil unrest in the sample were vastly different to those currently in Santiago in Turkey's biggest city people initially vented that frustration with the perceived heavy handedness of the authorities in clearing peaceful protesters from one of the few remaining green areas in the sense that if the city it marks for developments rose were closed in an attempt to prevent rallies being held which in turn drove people to cross the city's produced on foot plant in the colors of football rivals fan about Jay but she cash and Galatasaray arm in arm in albeit temporary solidarity Chiles rivalries will be renewed as those in Istanbul were but for now football supporters have a more important opponent to take on hold Sarah's announcing the day's other news it's just the death toll from the measles epidemic in Samoa has climbed to forty full in the past twenty four hours five more deaths including two of babies less than a year old have been recorded the Samoan government says over two hundred cases of been reported in the fall stay alone bring in the total number of people infected to more than three thousand the red cross say they expect the death toll to rise environmental campaigners in eastern Germany of planning to occupy an open cost coal mine today to put pressure on the government to speed up its phasing out of fossil fuel the spring Berg societies in allows its basin and produces twenty two million times a year of lignite hello great type of brown coal let's also considered the most harmful to human health and the environment activists say the government's plans to eliminate told by twenty thirty eight don't go far enough understand woman who lost her arm in a motorcycle accident while filming the Hollywood movie resident evil the final chapter has dropped her lawsuit against the movies produces livia Jackson was working as actress Milla Jovovich is stunning double in twenty fifteen when she suffered alleged life changing injuries after an action scene went wrong 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"tom merrick" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

12:02 min | 3 years ago

"tom merrick" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Been trouble so hard by Vera hall I mean a good man with fine Gonzalez this is democracy now well twelve democratic presidential hopefuls was far this evening at Otterbein university in Westerville Ohio during the fourth official democratic primary debate as voters weigh their options one of the pressing issues on many Americans minds is housing independent senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont is the latest twenty twenty democratic presidential candidate to release a comprehensive housing for all plans he has advocated for rent control call for big investments in affordable and and subsidized housing and is also push reforms in zoning laws to allow construction and more expensive neighborhoods meanwhile Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren introduced the American housing and economic mobility act last year which is the basis of her proposed affordable housing plan calling for expanding fair housing legislation building a rehabilitating millions of low and middle income housing units and reforming zoning laws several other candidates including senators Cory Booker and Kamel Harris of release detailed plans to tackle the housing challenges of ordinary Americans many who are still struggling after the devastating two thousand eight housing market collapse well we spend the rest of the hour and new book that looks at the devastating legacy of the foreclosure crisis and how much of the so called recovery as a result of large private equity firms buying up hundreds of thousands of four close towns the book is by investigative reporter Erin glance it's called home wreckers how a gang of Wall Street king pens hedge fund magnate scripted banks and vulture capitalists suckered millions out of their homes and demolish the American dream in it Erin glance reveals how the two thousand eight housing crash decimated millions of Americans family wealth but and rich president Donald trump's inner circle including trump cabinet member Steve minu chin and Wilbur Ross trumps long time friend and confidant Tom Barrick and billionaire Republican donor Steve Schwarzman Arran glanced joins us now senior reporter veal from the center for investigative reporting finalist for a Pulitzer Prize this year for his reporting on modern day red lining his new book home wreckers comes out today it's great to have you with us are and what an amazing book just lay out what you found well first of all I wanted to know eight million Americans lost their homes in the Great Recession but they didn't just disappear right so we live now in a society where the wealth gap between the richest one tenth of one percent and the other ninety percent is bigger than it's been in a hundred years and so much of Americans wealth is in their homes because we have very few other ways to save so I want to know what happened to these houses who profited off this mess and that trail led me to a number of people who were in Donald trump's inner circle Sir talk about them and talk about how they benefited well we start with the crash itself and the failure of the banks when all of these bad loans came due and there was massive for closures we the taxpayers the government subsidized those foreclosures and there were a lot of people who lost money during that time but there were also people who bet on these failed banks and receive government support to four close and that included as you mentioned Steve minu chin who's now our treasury secretary he and his group of other investors including George Soros John Paul St Michael dell the founder of dell computer came in and bought IndyMac bank which was this form failed Pasadena California bank and then proceeded to foreclose on over a hundred thousand families including twenty three thousand seniors now under the deal that he made with the government to acquire this bank which the government owned because it failed he had his investors paid the government nothing and then although he invested some of his own money in the bank we then paid him to subsidize his foreclosures and document that I obtained under the freedom of information act show that we paid his group more than a billion dollars and Wilbur Ross the commerce secretary had a similar deal at bank United which was another fail bank in Florida and of course in the mac as as you show in your book was really the first major banks to collapse then and a whole bunch of a series of one this happened in two thousand eight and it was basically based on a lot of is a fraudulent a predatory lending if you could talk about that as well there were a lot of predatory loans going around in the housing bubble and at this point we all know that what I wanted to know was when they were families who got the so called ninja loans right now income no job no assets no problem or these loans that have these teaser rates and then reset at a higher level and you were told you can just refinance or the main character in my book sandy jolly whose family owned their home outside of Los Angeles for more than thirty years until they got a reverse mortgage that sap their equity and all of these families lost their homes to foreclosure what I want to know was what happened after right we've been stuck in this country on this trauma of two thousand seven two thousand eight two thousand nine but now here we are in two thousand nineteen ten years have passed the unemployment rate is low the president tells us everything is great but people don't feel like everything is great so you know we have jobs but what happened to our wealth they took it that's what happened and also the the disproportionate impact that this loss of equity in all these homes had especially on the African American and Latino communities which will be even more dependent on home equity for that what little wealth they had a net or net wealth to hatch what we see is that banks like Steve man who can spank concentrated therefore closures in communities of color and then when they started making loans again when the economy improved they didn't make loans to those communities so they wiped out the wealth of these communities with for closure but then over a five year period Steve mentions bank made three loans to help African Americans buy homes and a Levin loans this is a National Bank help three African Americans and eleven Latinos by homes over five years and now Steve nutrition as the treasury secretary is in charging a charge of regulating every American bank and so he and Donald Trump picked one of his deputies at one west bank Joseph fighting for this position called the comptroller of the currency which basically is America's top bank cop who's in charge of enforcing laws like the community reinvestment act that are meant to stop redlining so this bank which didn't make any loans hardly any to communities of color is now in charge you know this leadership under president trump of making sure that these anti redlining laws are followed and it's it's seems to me is not just the trump administration because it was under the Obama administration that was supposed to be some efforts to help homeowners stay in their homes and in fact only I'm Castro now presidential candidate was at heart supposedly in charge of the efforts to assist homeowners and that's come under heavy criticism what was what the Obama administration did to help these homeowners this book you know some people say it's an anti trump book because it as Donald Trump on the cover holding wads of cash with Steve neutral riding on a wrecking ball and you know Wilbur Ross pulling money out of the house but all of this activity happen as you mention when Barack Obama was the president the homeownership rate in America this is what we got me started on this book I started working on this book is investigative book it took years to write I I started working on in twenty sixteen what I didn't know who the new president was going to be but I noticed that the E. homeownership rate in this country instead of going up during the economic recovery it kept going down it went down in two thousand twelve he went down in two thousand thirteen fourteen fifteen and sixteen until two thousand sixteen it bottomed out at its lowest rate in over fifty years and so that's when I started asking the question who profited under Obama tell us more about Tom Barrick and Steve Schwarzman from their relationship with trump and what they did so Tom Merrick is Donald trump's oldest friend closest friend introduced a bunker at the Republican National Convention planned the inauguration for Donald Trump Steve Schwarzman another old from friend according to media reports still has the president on speed dial now we've been talking about the foreclosures who bought those foreclosures we have seen a massive transfer wealth as I mentioned not from you know one group of families who got for close to another group of families were able to buy homes but we now have three million homes in this country that are owned by L. L. C. L. P. and L. L. P. shell companies and some of the largest buyers of these homes were these private equity funds run by Tom Berwick and Steve Schwarzman so there's not a company called invitation homes which was founded by Blackstone Steve Schwarzman company owns eighty thousand homes across more than a dozen states and it's a private it's a public contracting company now they have their IPO so you can track the track very clearly their rent increases the relatively small amount of money spent on maintenance and also importantly because these people are leveraged buyout kings they have been taking these homes and bundling them into this new type of mortgage backed security taking on a ton of debt so for example I mentioned earlier sandy trolley this long time homeowner in Los Angeles area whose family owned their home for more than thirty years before they were foreclosed on by Steve Nugent's bank now that home is part of a nine hundred sixty million dollar mortgage backed security bundled with thousands of other home so if you go and look at the property record you don't see like a twenty thousand dollar home equity line of credit to remodel the kitchen you see and nine hundred sixty million dollar lean on the house taken out by a private equity we're gonna break and then come back to this discussion Erin glances are gassed he was a Pulitzer Prize finalist last year his new book out today home wreckers how a gang of Wall Street king pens hedge fund magnate scripted banks and vulture capitalists suckered millions out of their homes and demolish the American train stay with us this this is democracy.

"tom merrick" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:11 min | 3 years ago

"tom merrick" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"On the side of the US constitution Tom Merrick refers to. all right we are back we're having fun we're talking politics maybe a little sports well you know we could talk about the movies later probably not right now we've got the acting director of the United States citizenship and immigration services with us Ken Cuccinelli can how are you. usually we deplore so you doing good good good good good to have you here were in America first I'm Boris upside and we're chatting with acting director of the U. S. C. I. S. can could you know is it fair to say that you're sort of immigrations are let's say that for the radio. well no but I I do do a bit more media than than most other folks are used to so it I'm the guy you see and hear more in the immigration service but that's just because I do more of it and talk to folks like yourself and course unite talked before about this subject. we did a great interview the one out in several segments on on on Saint Clair. accurate to could you know he's Twitter handle is at U. S. yes could you Nelly follow him we would put the Twitter handle all right up on our live stream you tube okay let's talk about the issues two stories that I've really shock me shock me this week the first story I was actually home in New Jersey my folks are and I kiss all come across that two child rapist. who had been detained by ice given for holding to New York and New Jersey were let go. well I have a little boy and I'm an end this didn't happen so far from our folks are in terms of the Jersey that's very worrying and then the Virginia story obviously now all of a policeman being in trouble for following the law and the training and the legal immigrants talk to us about these instances yeah you know this is the the the release of the child rapist two of them one New York New Jersey really exemplifies meet you it defines the in a debate on the subject the other side would accuse me of hyperbole he and so forth it this far. so you will not lose your vilifying illegal immigrants. exactly that that that and and they do even when you point out the truth of these situations they say that the I mean ordinary Americans this is so crazy regular Americans just can't believe it actually happened so they hear us talking about it and if they don't really know the facts of the New York and the New Jersey release these child rapist they would never believe the S. right and this is how radically politicized the left has become as it relates to law enforcement and you know this is this goes hand in glove by the way with all the money Soros spends to try to win local prosecutors offices and he's getting into sheriff's races around the country and this is the weaponization of the policy it used to be with one notable exception infamous exception in our American history the federal state and local law enforcement have worked smoothly together regardless of who was in political power at whatever level of government and whatever else was going on none of it mattered keeping people safe then the cooperation and respect that has been an inborn culture of law enforcement across America has ruled the day and now left wing politicos marks stepping in here and there forcing the police departments they control to essentially ignore laws and do things like release literally released child rapist rather than get them out of our country entirely to release them because of their radical left wing nickel ideology is that going to. up to the base break it down for the listeners how does that actually happen right how does that happen how does that release two child rapist however what occurred in the case. so what we'll do is walk through an example of this because it's just repeated all over the country whether it's right out here in the DC suburbs near where I am or whether it's you know San Francisco or to New York and and New Jersey cases what you have is you have police departments who are not independently elected they work for elected say a board of supervisors or city council or mayor who have been elected on a radical left wing immigration platform and as part of their commitment to their left wing base they order they order the police that work for them order police were they police report to these governing bodies that this is how you will operate you will not enforce these laws and mind you because the tenth amendment the federal government can't force state and local governments to actively cooperate with federal law enforcement so they they are preserved in that way what they're really defying is this. culture that has existed as long as you had police in this country of cooperation between different levels of law enforcement without interference from the political class that's what's changed his political class is injected themselves from the last and given orders to law enforcement you won't enforce these laws and in fact now you know you mention the Fairfax county case I want to talk to. so yes right actually cooperating but that's how this that is how this happens and so the police capture people they turn over to their local sheriffs who under this who are under the same orders and they're not allowed to contact each regular street cops all across the country want to cooperate with the ice it's their natural instincts took these jobs to protect us and to protect their communities and to protect this country and they're being ordered. to not take ordinary basic common sense steps that result in exposing all of us and leaving people like these child rapist in the communities in which they were caught in New York and New Jersey to child rapists released into the public have they been caught no no. rewards and requests for some for help in capturing them and look I want to share a phone number that glad that that I hope your folks will pass along to police officers and they can resist of the resistance if they call one eight six six D. H. S. the number to the H. S. to ice one eight six six DHS to ice that is the. applying for ice well there's nothing keeping an eye on duty police officer whose department doesn't like ice from using the tip line it's anonymous no record kept of who calls they can call these in the hall this is a this is a terrible awful example of the lack of law enforcement cooperation and I said there's only been one other example in history and that was when we had all of the racial issues critically missiles including my own state of Virginia which is not not a positive mark in our.

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"tom merrick" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:11 min | 3 years ago

"tom merrick" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"On this side of the US constitution Tom Merrick refers to. all right we are back we're having fun we're talking politics maybe a little sports well you know we could talk about the movies later probably not right now we've got the acting director of the United States citizenship and immigration services with us Ken Cuccinelli can how are you. usually we deplore so you doing good good good good good to be have you see over in America first I'm Boris upside and we're chatting with acting director of the U. S. C. I. S. can could you know is it fair to say that you're sort of immigrations are but say that for the radio. well no but I I do do a bit more media than than most other folks are used to so I'm the guy you see and hear more on the immigration service but that's just because I do more of it and talk to folks like yourself and course unite talked before about this subject. we did a great interview the one out in several segments on our own so clear. after two could you know he's Twitter handle is at U. S. yes could you Nelly follow him we we put the Twitter handle all right up on our live stream you tube okay let's talk about the issues two stories that I've really shock me shock me this week the first story I was actually home in New Jersey my folks are and I kiss all come across that two child rapist. who are have been detained by ice given for holding to New York and New Jersey were let go. I have a I have a little boy and I'm an end this didn't happen so far from our folks are in terms of the Jersey that's very worrying and then the Virginia story obviously now all of a policeman being in trouble for following the law and the training and the legal immigrants talk to us about these instances yeah you know this is the the the release of the child rapist two of them one New York New Jersey really exemplifies meet you it defines the in a debate on the subject the other side would accuse me of hyperbole and so forth it does find the single so your will visit your vilifying illegal immigrants. exactly that that that and and they do even when you point out the truth of these situations they say that the I mean. ordinary Americans this is so crazy regular Americans just can't believe it actually happened so they hear us talking about it and if they don't really know the facts of the New York and the New Jersey release this child rapist they would never believe the S. right and this is how radically politicized the left has become as it relates to law enforcement and you know this is this goes hand in glove by the way with all the money Soros spends to try to win local prosecutors offices and he's getting into sheriff's races around the country and this is the weaponization of the policy it used to be with one notable exception infamous exception in our American history the federal state and local law enforcement have worked smoothly together regardless of who was in political power at whatever level government and whatever else was going on none of it mattered keeping people safe than the cooperation and respect that has been an inborn culture of law enforcement across America has ruled the day and now left wing politicos markets stepping in here and there forcing the police departments they control to essentially ignore laws and do things like release literally released child rapist rather than get them out of our country entirely to release them because of their radical left wing ical ideology is that going to. up to the base break it down for the listeners how does that actually happen right how does that happen how does that release two child rapist happened what occurred in the case. so what we'll do is walk through an example of this because it's just repeated all over the country whether it's right out here in the DC suburbs near where I am or whether it's you know San Francisco or to New York and in New Jersey cases what you have is you have police departments who are not independently elected they work for elected say a board of supervisors or city council or mayor who has been elected on a radical left wing immigration platform and as part of their commitment to their left wing base they order they order the police that work for them order police were they police report to these governing bodies that this is how you will operate you will not enforce these laws and mind you because the tenth amendment the federal government can't force state and local governments to actively cooperate with federal law enforcement so they they are preserved in that way what they're really defying is this your culture that has existed as long as you had police in this country of cooperation between different levels of law enforcement without interference from the political class that's what's changed is this political classes injected themselves from the last and given orders to law enforcement you won't enforce these laws and in fact now you know you mention the Fairfax county case I want to talk to. so yes harnessing it right but actually cooperating but that's how this that is how this happens and so the police capture people they turn over to their local sheriffs who under this who are under the same orders and they're not allowed to contact H. regular street cops all across the country want to cooperate with ice it's their natural instincts took these jobs to protect us and to protect their communities and to protect this country and they're being ordered. to not take ordinary basic common sense steps that result in exposing all of us and leaving people like these child rapist in the communities in which they were caught. in New York and New Jersey to child rapists released into the public have they been caught no no. rewards and request for service for help in capturing them and look I want to share a phone number that glad that that I hope your folks will pass along to police officers and they can resist the resistance if they call one eight six six D. H. S. the number two ISIS DHS to ice one eight six six DHS to ice that is the. blind for ice well there's nothing keeping an eye on duty police officer whose department doesn't like ice from using the tip line it's anonymous no record kept of who calls they can call these in the hall this is a this is a terrible awful example of the lack of law enforcement cooperation and I said there's only been one other example in history and that was when we had all of the racial issues critically missiles including my own state of Virginia which is not not a positive mark in our.

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"tom merrick" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"tom merrick" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Improving and eight ninety four north down between the hail and the sea with our change read a ten minute ride an earlier accident national Avenue looks like that's going to drive again weather together on the tense under the laws ago WTMJ palette of you why dot com. WTMJ five day forecast this morning some dense fog out there dense fog advisory until eleven AM eventually by mid day becoming partly cloudy breezy warm slight chance of storms hive eighty one today tonight partly cloudy and muggy a low sixty eight Tuesday partly cloudy warm humid chance of storms again a hive eighty degrees more rain and storms Tuesday night into Wednesday morning then mostly cloudy cooler on Wednesday I've sixty three heavy rain possible for Thursday some rain in the morning again mostly cloudy and cool high of sixty Friday sunny but cool at a high fifty eight I'm meteorologist Brian is Nancy with the storm team forecast on W. T. M. J.. right on Madison sixty six degrees in Green Bay sixty two Waukesha sixty four and in Milwaukee sixty five eight twelve there's getting ready for the. bandmembers being ready for the day good morning Wisconsin this is Wisconsin's morning news with Jean Miller Jane Madden hair Brian de on sports Debbie loss ago with traffic and Brian is Nancy with weather now live from the Northern Lights theater at bottom one of the hotel and casino Eric bills staff. and a happy foggy Monday to you yes WDTN day twenty twenty kicks off at nine AM every hour a different panel of newsmakers right here on the Northern Lights theater stage including we got some good ones this afternoon governor YVR is will be here on two forty he'll spend twenty minutes one on one with John mark here. senator Ron Johnson goes one on one with the CPT that's at nine AM and then this is going to be good our four clock it'll be a faith our how the faith communities dealing with all of the hot topics that you see in the news in the headlines Steve is going to leave that one as well there's some good names on that panel so if you can check us on their great if you want to stop in and say hello please do so as well the doors open to the Northern Lights theater at eight thirty this morning but first Brian the we have to do some brewers conversation no doubt about it Tom large court of the Milwaukee journal Sentinel is our guest today on Bruce three sixty we're going to chat through tomorrow's huge game NL wild card game is going to happen in DC first purchase ever seven away tomorrow night I'm really curious to ask Tom Merrick about how much we can expect to get out of prison would drift as the poorest starter tomorrow night because we know Craig Counsell loves.

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"tom merrick" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

08:22 min | 3 years ago

"tom merrick" Discussed on WJR 760

"Every day this is the inside outside guys on WJR your Chuck and can welcome back everybody we appreciate your being with us we appreciate you tuning in to educate yourself with us regarding rocks we got mark on a later from the rock shop here in we we kind of left off with some teasers having to do with retaining walls and and patios made out of rocks and bricks yeah mark on Elena been doing this for forty years I when it comes to hardscape and landscape I can't think of anyone else in southeast Michigan that tell you she turned to no I agree so so what are some common mistakes people might make with with retaining walls or or even you know stone patios and greater brick patios I'm great well the the most common mistake is the the base the base isn't proper not enough for the wrong material so that's that's the drainage and the rate base is most important you don't just take a whole bunch of sand down level it off like they show you on TV a lot of guys would like to do that we're not trying to sell you more stuff we want to have a successful project about have fall over easier to do it right the first I've been to fix it the second area right because so many people could put the wrong basin or not enough space in and I'm gonna put example you may get a couple prices one maybe twenty thousand one maybe ten they could both when they're done with that job when they leave that job to look perfect both of them but when you get the wrong based not enough space you may be read re doing that not even five years later exactly that's why that's so important so what's the rate base well underneath the retaining wall we recommend half inch clean wash limestone about six inches of that and it has to be a little bit wider than the block because that's another mistake often made as they make it too short too small not wide enough in the edge of the block is like on the edge of a mountain it it just falls on tips over so that's important and back filled with crushed stone again with washed crushed stone is the the stuff no why is washed SO import washed lets the water go through and there's no old sands it is out the filters is say and lastly a man they're coming through the cracks of the from your wall gotcha let me explain a little bit when they crushed concrete or they crushed limestone obvious is a lot of power that goes along with that sometimes they shipped that as the Phil but when the water goes through the papers which will do if there's a lot of that power to render it'll just make mock under the papers that you can't see things act then it freezes it expands and limits the life of your of your patio if you have a clean limestone that water is going to go straight through exactly and a homeowner would never know that no it's a newer technology it's not they always call is so something that you guys are still not used to doing there you still going the old school way that's what's known as a good drainage base actually a permeable base now if I'm doing a I DO my backyard like most people in southeast Michigan it's clay it's all clay how much would you like to see that contractor go down I'm gonna want to have a least six to eight inches of material under my paper and the paper is going to be two three inches thick okay so you got to take down a bit or you have to relate raise your patio which is awesome to you below wall around it you know like on the back of your house you instead of going out you know step steps on your patio you step up your patio not sure which is even better same base underneath that same base that's even better because the drainage is now easier to get the water out and catch up all American sand if I get a brand new patio do I want polymeric sand yeah it's scary because I mean you know Palmer exam is a great product but it has to be done properly and I've seen some horror stories of either bad Tom Merrick St cheap Palmer St we're just not installed right where it turns a haze and makes it all white math gap up there and it's awful so for people don't know polymeric sand I mean you guys got all sorts of boxing and yet or a book material Apollo Merrick stand is a Sam with an added ten exactly Kay in the additive when it's sprayed makes that stand get hard and flexible at the same time exact that is that very hard hard when it's dry but when it's wet you can't turns like a rubbery material is excellent it's great except to use at the make sure you get it clean we let dries and and you're absolutely right when you're saying good polymeric sand like anything else the good stuff costs low that more people are afraid to buy it but the the cheap stuff will wash away a lot faster and allow that moisture and says Palmer exam so they know it's not all equal right are their mistakes people make in in applying it yes yes well the the the main the main mistake is not getting it rinsed off it with a little bit a residue left wonder watering it they'll get like puddles of muddy looking material on the papers and then they don't rinse it off and it dries on there and you're not get that off then it's too late it's done so the most common mistake with that it is people just don't rinse it properly large rough yep yep the blow it off and then you have to miss that not but not too much it's a little tricky and all so once that the papers came in which I say twenty well thirty forty years ago yeah it spurred another industry which was paper maintenance because there is a P. remain it's out there if I come to you Helen I'm works like this you if I come to the shop I assume I okay and I bring a picture every time I've come of always seeing you but I bring a picture of a a patio that some can you tell me or as a homeowner what I need to buy and help me get through that with the Steelers remain sealer is on the sands the base anything I need you you'll tell me what I need to finish or to take that job yeah you know and it's like sealers aren't always like let's let's do that because it does create maintenance for the pair yeah you know and so unless they do want that little bit saw nicer color you know we have a different dealers super gloss gloss or or more natural you know matted color finish yeah it's nice you recommend are you have a skill that Chuck I love the VAX kind yeah what a great product there really isn't a great product both the we use that for years one thing we like about it is it doesn't create the yellowing the old ones did or the ground ambulance double non non film forming a very important yes how big a service area it does the rock show cover where twelve acres of property and nods follow up we take up the entire corner it's like a rock island over there we're on the southwest corner of north territorial got parts and and it's it's it's a jam it's a they the garden art is amazing it is you know dinosaurs so what if somebody listening to us today has a place up north that they would love to see your product in neighboring it really that we are far north where where in Michigan and we don't go across the bridge but everyone Michigan southern Michigan yeah that's a challenge that's a big challenge across the bridge will figure out how to get there and bring it to a yeah your garden or did you have there is absolutely gorgeous and and one of things why say shop where the pro shop and you guys have I'm gonna see hundreds of contractors let landscape contractors to have a great base there and we love home owners to you know it's just that we've always been in the residential home improvements and worked a lot with the homeowners and different businesses we've had I've always been service industry so you know they come in and and so it's a fun time can you help people you know the Zen garden is a big thing right create a call yeah bottom meditation can you help people design issues with that definitely yeah everybody has their own idea that we have the right materials for that then guard and we have all these decomposed granite is a real big saw we bring out all over the state different really fine crushed and walking paths list which is is an gardens like that yes so we have different colors and stuff it's very cool is very cool yeah we have dragon bone rock I mean all the way from China it is the coolest stuff and it's perfect for that then garden off situation.

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"tom merrick" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:41 min | 3 years ago

"tom merrick" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"The way this works the most boring thirty seconds of my program in the last three years the use that were a problem I'm assuming that was the most boring thirty seconds of that podcast because it was the best of my goodness he's talking about thirty W. Y. S. and mark Belling late afternoons show up there's an interesting development on the whole scooter story we're talking about did a segment of the scooters earlier in the program Tom Merrick came out this afternoon and by the standards a Tom Barrett was furious he's threatening to pull the plug on the whole program now again for those of you not following this closely only one company is in town right now was scooters it's live it's not bird that would birds critters that live scooters and it's a trial at trial program to see if we can make this work and when the scooters came out the mayor made it clear what the rules of the road where the scooters have to drive go on the road and when you're done with them they have to be left outside the right away you can just lay them on the street you can't just lay on the sidewalk and you've got to follow the traffic laws since this is happened pretty much everyone is aware of what's happened here the scooters or ride around all over the place to go in the wrong way on streets and in some cases there on sidewalks and when they're done with them they just leave out the side of the road were sleeping in the middle of the sidewalk my guess is based on the way the mayor reacted that the set mayor's office is getting a Tanaka plates and I commented on the program it struck me that threat is many people riding the scooters of late anyway Berit came out today and said look you people that are riding this if you don't start following the rules I'm gonna cancel the program now the company involved lie and can't make people follow the rules he said there's no riding on sidewalks and if you're on the road you're riding with the traffic that is freaky seeing somebody coming right at you the wrong way you can't do that now I know why some of the scooter riders are writing with the traffic of why they're not on the road their freight it's scary of course it's scary you're all by yourself you're not wearing a helmet you're on a tiny little blade our streets are narrow this parked cars over here it's sometimes as railroad tracks in the middle these bikes out there as well you want to have to see if you're a bit on the sidewalk botched the sidewalks and set up the people that are mad skit motorized scooters going seventy miles an hour we have people walking the streets have dog walkers have elderly the sidewalks are for that you got to be on the road if you don't want to be on the road but don't write the stupid scooter I've said a number of times that there if if we had any sanity in the city then what about a way to do this and that would have been a set up the streets properly so that they'd be a specific lane for the scooters but that would have meant not putting the railroad tracks all over the place it would've been focusing on something that might have a thing but everybody's yell at the mayor here and this is only with one company and wait until there's a whole bunch of them people are complaining about the things laid around all over the place sometimes the scooters it literally being left on the side of the road bicyclists are belly aching about it they're bright you're breaking all of a sudden here's a scooter that's led around out there this is got to be get a lot of complaint because to get past it out of time parent that something not limited to the story this is Charlotte again you may recall the story were a stinker current insurer would which is been beset with allegations of racism all year this is the intermediate school a physical education teacher she's apparently been there for a long long time several decades in one of the drills where she was encouraging kids to exercise and dance and so on she said some African American kids you want to go back and research the kinds of exercises the kids they had in the past that America and included do what Slade kids debt there's no doubt in my mind the teacher didn't mean any harm she was immediately accused of racism parents complained the school district started to apologize out the why do this is the same school district the cable and some students complained about the performance of the plate to kill a mocking bird the whole point of that play was to be anti racist but the N. word is used in the play how else could you depict racism other than to have people acting races sure would cancel the play apologize though the was it would now this situation I swear I will be the person does not know what they're supposed to say anymore we are told for ever and ever and ever and ever and ever that we are to either black heritage that we had a society that deal but I slaves it seems to be that this teacher was trying to humanize the slaves Hey these are people too they were having their fun this is what they were doing maybe you want to go and do what I would do anything at all touching the issue of slavery because it is such a hot button issue but there's no reason to believe that I'm not exactly Mr let's defend the public school teachers there's no reason to believe this feature bet anything that was harmful probably at our old way she stated that this is something that would actually allow these kids to celebrate who their ancestors might baby talking about how the kids plated so why he is not an endorsement of slavery was an endorsement of the poor kids and the fact that they had to live their lives as slaves if yet even match anything better yet instead of worrying about everybody's heritage intelligent exercise the way it into the eighteen hundred just go back to play you know play dodgeball or whatever but no way to politically correct there is the political correctness ends up coming back to bite the teacher in the **** but the story is resolved today what do you think sure would get teachers dot her career is over forced to resign I believe when we get the number of years I it is she was there an incredible number of years I've thirty seven years a thirty seven year career is ruined because a bunch of people get up and yell racism when there is no racism and does the school district habits well we do know now how to get a school teacher fired it is going to be for being a bad teacher it is gonna be per capita it is a kind of a particular zip get sick days when you're not sick it is going to be for politicizing a part of the classroom say something to get some people to allege that you're racist even if there's no racism toy yeah Dodd always happens in the communities the pride themselves on being I'm not being racist well the racist and they just pull.

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"Dot com app and favored us today. And if you have Alexa or Google home, just say, play WFAN, new be locked into the fan Tino Martinez is with this, all our lines are filled with get to your calls in just a moment to review, the World Series after allowing just one run to the Texas Rangers in sweep in the American League divisional series, the Yankees, moved on to to play and eventually in the World Series. L Duca in the bullpen held held Atlanta to two hits in game one in the Yankees had a seven nothing lead by the time David Cone allowed his first hit and game to Chad Curtis who had five homers all season hits to sit game three including the game winner, the tenth inning and Roger one game four, four to one. It seems simple Tino look back on it. Of course it was not. I remember that the series of pretty vividly on I ninety six World Series. We played the Braves stadium and then that one of the new stadium and I've ever been a game. One over there was freezing, totally thirty degrees, and we all we also be very low scoring game. It was one of those days where it was. I mean really, really cold, and I think it was every every gave one of their jumped on early and got going in the thing about the World Series games when you can game one jump out like that and win on the road e- have some momentum especially going to game to pressure on the team and taking it back. You know, it's over that time. So, you know it was it seems simple. But it was tough game. One was huge for us. And we have two boys and also mentioned the American League championship series won the first game at old Yankee Stadium in ten innings won the second game three two at Yankee Stadium. Go to Fenway park and get waxed, thirteen to one and then come back the next day in win ninety two and six to one into divided. The Red Sox. It's not that easy. It's not. But everybody remembers Bernie Williams off rod Beck and game one of the American League championship series in the bottom of the tenth in Yankee Stadium. Yeah. What? It was like I said, you know, you know. Bernie always steps up in those situations. The right time. But yeah no, it was just a. We went one of eleven. Have you on for three twelve and one that posting I believe. Yeah. We around the table there in the World Series again like I said he went to games in Atlanta or anywhere on the road. And you go back to stadium that other team whoever it is coming to Yankee Stadium, down to oh, with our fans that stadium did it, man. We had it was like their play against fifty five thousand players at that time. It was impossible. Exactly. And in talking to the Braves guys who have who have become friends through the years of buying. They, they're going to go to their graves about ninety six about how upset they are. They felt that the to nothing lead, they should have closed it out. And they did not then really stuck in their car just like the sixty nine Baltimore Orioles with the Yankees. But the nineteen I've talked about the ninety nine World Series against the and they said clearly you guys with the better team. I mean with all due respect. The Braves hall of fame pitcher isn't Tipper Jones. Andrew del a great team and seeing our team was just the way it was we had to win games, especially the postseason with pitching and defense. We could win games two to one or three two and we could win games. You know, tend to seven whatever it may be. But it just seemed like that time, you know, we'd won two World Series already the majority of the guys were back still in that's in ninety nine and you know, getting that going into Atlanta for game one we, we had a better team but you still there and winning and winning on the road. Really puts the brazen. A huge hole to be in that World Series. It's been playing pressure on you and we played with no pressure at all we just so relaxed from game one and you know we the better team but I mean those teams Braves had were outstanding. They should apply. Want a couple of days as well against the Yankees in your opinion. And the Yankees with that sweep in their World Series winning streak to twelve with the sweep when are we going to see that again? And mo- Marianna Rivera was the World Series MVP to our calls for Tino Martinez on it, Randall's talking baseball. Here's Higham in Brooklyn. Hi, and welcome. Thank you for your call. Hey, I wanted to share the feeling that I had been ninety when you hit that grand slam the facade I was actually there that game it was an amazing amazing game. And one of the best I've been, I've been to and wanted to know your your take when you ran the basis. Yeah. Appreciate it very much every everywhere I go in New York. I get that same that same common people. The ninety eight grand slam. You know where they were sitting whether watching TV some people at a wedding, the wedding. The. Okay, great stories. But you know what? I really well. And you gone the moment I hit it. But when I was running the first base, it's hard to the feeling of hitting a grand slam the World Series. And the way the stadium was shaking fans were just so loud, you couldn't hear anything and it was like almost like running a little bit of a bluer, Brandon basis. Grand slam. The people go crazy. And then you touch home plate in the dugout you're like you just don't know what do you realize what just happened? Then you gotta go out there and play defense and keep the game going. But the rest of the game was like, you know, my, my I was so excited inside really just like a kid twelve years old. It's the same type of feeling when you're thirty years doing that in the World Series game seven runs onto swings. You and knob lock. Yeah. Yeah. Not like you know home it goes overlooked, but his game and was big home in there. When I came up those game and obviously head. But yeah, that I think he gave one that knocked the wind out of the Padres, right there again. That's worth about. Three more wins. I never get tired of watching the videotape of that grand slam of yours and watching, and I'm sure you've seen it and I laugh all the time, and I feel sorry for the people beneath, but that beer that went flying the upper downstairs. Run the first day. So the ball cabinet. I thought your flying stuff like wow. You know, I I. I'm like, oh, man. Missed it. But yeah, what I mean. Even when I got back in the dugout, you know, the fans are still going crazy in the dugout. You feel the rumble him Fadi them. It was incredible. And again, what a great moment that, I mean only the fans in New York that stadium can provide that kind of atmosphere. But how about the night in two thousand and three years later when you come back in with the Saint Louis cardinals and the fans give you a standing ovation in curtain call. Yes. Well that was self. Itself. I mean, I was at the two thousand one World Series dieback, I, I wanna play three more years, and I was hoping the keys and that didn't work out. And I tell you that, that also even weighed in a way to hope that they wouldn't signed. Yhombi Jami, those kind of contracts, snagging, whatever was and I waited too before. I even say anybody else that they wouldn't find him and I just about cry. The whole entire did not wanna play anywhere else or not. It was it was a bummer, but going to Saint Louis experience would be, you know, people they're great work, but that's. Tell me about to Yankee Stadium in the as an opponent. I didn't expect that. I didn't know what the schedule was in Italy play where. I've ever come back again. And the reception I got two three games was amazing. I just can't the fans enough for the, the love of give me from day one two times in Saint Louis. And to this day, it'll timers day it's the best deal in the world. You deserve it. Bobby in Brooklyn for Tino, Martinez talking baseball on the fan. Bobby, thanks for your call. Thank you. I just wanted to take you. And thank Tino, Tino. You gave me. A place you I'm living long time. Yankee fan, we love you and we never forget you. Thank you. Have a good life. Thank you very much. I appreciate that. All the Yankee fans out there who have been so great to myself and all of our teams. I mean we all talked about how much of a difference that the, the fans in Yankee Stadium made for us playing those years windows World Series for them. We probably wouldn't want for you touch their hearts, Jack in Westchester for Tino, Martinez on the fan. Jack, thanks for your call chino, Eddie's, former high school San like try quote of a little bit of Fordham as well. All right. Thank you fifteen years ago when youngest daughter was going to college at ES said, you sign a bowl for her so you to bowl wishing. Good luck and, and all the best in college, which he still has that thing that's cherish sits on a mantelpiece. But the, the last thing I wanted to say was when you hit the grand slam etiquette. Eddie got us to tickets for game one of the ninety eight World Series. And when you hit the grand slam the look on her face the smile in his twelve year olds faces now thirty three jumping up and down hugging. Everyone of the section will literally be at my face. It'll be the last thing. I see is I'm dying smile and say. No says, Tino to this day, she still says, dad, the to pitch was low plankton. Right. Right. Right. Also, by the way, Eddie, help, we were there in ninety nine when, when down five one a game three and ninety nine talking about that year when you guys down five one then it was homeless by Curtis Tino, two run blast by now block Curtis walk-off in the tenth inning. So just thank you for getting the tickets, Keno assigning that bowl and lastly, two thousand one to eighty thirty four one thirteen they should never have. Let you go. Pretty. Thank you. Thank you, very much dollar. I said Hello. And I hope she's doing well Tom Merrick for Tino, Martinez on Randall's talking baseball on the fan. Hi, tom..

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