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"tom wild" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

06:30 min | 7 months ago

"tom wild" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Where he wants to be an action star so bad that he goes to a school. An action school top by John Travolta. Who is actually not John Travolta even though Kevin Hart is Kevin Hart rule number one you are forbidden from visiting the outside world is stay here. Okay I, get it. Yet, and no fucking on the premises no anal blowjobs no nothing who has is he? Just. Figs. Just lost his wife and this is what he was doing final. I feel like he's kicking himself on the associated already rumors a true. But you WanNa, you WANNA. Tell us more about this. Yeah I mean. So listen planes, trains and automobiles. We haven't seen it. It's it's one of I don't know maybe five or ten I think really purely timeless comedies even though that scene may say otherwise. But but I do really love it. I. Mean It's from John Music Forces like John Candy and Steve Martin, they're all great. But then on top of that when you have someone who has such a singular vision like John Hughes John Hughes Ferris bueller breakfast. Club weird science and planes trains automobiles, and that's just the popular four. He did so many other wants. Perfect storm situations where the right talent and the right direction and the right writing all kinds of comes together and make something like wonderful. So I. Don't think it's a good idea to touch perfection, but that's not stopped Hollywood before and in fact Hollywood just remade this movie like a decade ago and people seem to have forgotten that but the was that the Robert Downey. Junior. GALETTE akkas movie. What was that movie called? Student. Yeah Yeah. Do they do it was a robot gene written and Zach Galifianakis if you're GONNA Travel Weekly to Los Angeles? Just. Guidelines number one don't ask me a single question which favorite color what age did you lose your virginity like hot I once eight foot long corn dogs did the. I'll never do that again. Number two hit your to offals. Awful. Don't take me to a lawful damn boy bringing back some memories. I hate it. I hate it. This is. Like. It was that Tom Wild already hating the movie about the man child you know the ones that. The audience is supposed to love because it's so goofy and I hate those fucking characters man because he's movies are always trying to justify that dumb ass actions. You know as always like because a message of all these movies are just kind of like at the end you know everybody kind of ends up just kind of change in their life for the movies I always saying the messages just accept them for them. It's fucked man. These people these people are ild fucking spoiled. Here I go again I'm. Going up is what these moves about manned children do I hated that fucking movie. So. That worries me when somebody that is kind of a loose remake of planes, trains and automobiles. I mean at the very least show decide said based on a story by because that is the story. It's a guy, go cross country with a stranger and they get into wild hijinks. Really worked again because John Hughes at thing is a genius. Uncle Buck is also amazing, but it's just like he gets the most out of those people. So I'm not gonNA keep looking in the past talk about planes, trains and automobiles. Obviously I think that movie is very deserving of its of its claim. But when we're talking about this remake as much as I didn't like due date, I, do think there's sort of an interesting take to this like if you're going to force me to remake it then sure you could do a lot worse than these two but with the. Caveat that I would really like will Smith to play the John Candy Role because I think like the whole straight man thing is is he plays that too well, we already suspect Kevin, Hart outlandish loud and Boisterous and all that Shit, and it would be interesting to watch them play against type that you know what you took the words right out my mouth man I had even written notes my words because if Kevin Hart and I forgot to put head put a be cool if Kevin Hart Steve Martin Role. Yeah. Man. I I definitely agree with that. The moment I saw that I think if anything. We've already seen Kevin Hart be so many psychics seeing him be the funny man it would be and he could still be funny. Though. Both those guys were the neither one of them. Exactly. The straight straight straight man Steve Martin's definitely was, but he's still funny in their be really great to see. To See Kevin Hart. Really just kind of show his his. His comedy skills and a role that plays against tight that he does because I mean look you know it'd be does is he's just GonNa be fucking. It's going to be Jumanji again is going to be You know every movie that he was in a move with Dwayne the Rock Johnson. So yeah, I. Think this'll be good for him and for the people who watch his remake, it'll be very interesting. That's the thing that would interest me. This is one of few times it would interest me to see a remake of a movie just based on what they would do with the casting of it. If they actually reverse those, I don't think they're going to do it but I would love to see it. Yeah. Well, that's the thing I mean no details have been said about who's playing what but I look at it as the example of like you know I I really like old two man comedy teams like I. Really Love Habit Abacus and stuff like that, and there's this old adage that like, yeah the this person gets the laugh but you pay the straight man more money because that's the harder job is to be the straight man and it'd be like you said it would be nice just to see Kevin Hart flex those skills improve that like, oh no, he can be funny in the opposite role than what he usually does but I think people sleep will smith as a comedic performer. And there's always a scene. I. Go back to its. Bad Boys. Two. We all agree is both good and bad as a film I hope people agree to that but there's the scene where marcus daughter's about to go on a date and he's just being like belligerent shitty towards. That if he if he gets outside of the Owen Wilson, I'm so charming charismatic. Kinda Guy I think he can do really interesting work I think that the John Candy role would be awesome for him. Oh, he could be will Smith and just be the most annoying will Smith. He can be you know you skilled or hold the road trip. Everything is all hell? No, you know. Desert that lab? You, know if he could probably just be will smith amp up his Smith. In this I tell you the thing with remakes bothers me when they just replaced..

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"tom wild" Discussed on The Starman/Manhunter Adventure Hour

The Starman/Manhunter Adventure Hour

06:33 min | 9 months ago

"tom wild" Discussed on The Starman/Manhunter Adventure Hour

"Cover price was one dollar, which was the going price for comics at that time. Now three or four bucks. I miss the dollar. The title this was called impending deadline. Writers Roger Stern Pencil Tom Lyle Eager Scott. Hanna Letter Robert M Yada. Color is Carl. gaffer in that area was Bryant Michael. Christine the cover was done. by Tom Lyle. The Synopsis Will Returns to Phoenix and being star Starman as he's releasing himself to the police deadline appears on television, killing a man and threatening to kill Kitty Faulkner if our hero doesn't need him, Star Laps Star Band flies out there in his drug meet deadlines, several miles east of San Pedro once they're after quotas. Jack on Starman. The two men meet up and fight will freeze Katie. Who then turns into rampage? Nicotine fighting deadline explodes a kate cavern in on starman after we'll frees himself, deadline sticks. A cadmium weighed in our hero, causing him to have a small explosion which next deadline out. Rampages hope for hero and keeping him from going boom will finally meets up with Jane and their mom. He's leases new suit from star labs that may create inform. His brand new lacks armaments, so let's go ahead and get some thoughts on this. What's aren't covered him the cover this show starman did deadlock fighting star means on the ground battered and cautions all torn up. There's the mountains behind him. And Line is up in the sky firing the anatomy. Beams look like the beams kind of circle, or so I don't know, but anyway, so, what do you think about this? It's an awesome fight scene cover. It Really we've got will using his distinctive heat blast sort of pass from his from his hand, which always great effect of turning the where he turns black when he uses that heat power I always thought that was a great visual cue, and made it distinctive as opposed to like the Johnny Storm, flaming arm, or something like that or you know it often comes gorgeous. Look Zappia thing as like that effective having. Having just go to black. I always thought that was nifty way to visualize that It's like he's Zapping straight at an angle up towards deadline, and misses him and deadlines kind of like flying around in an arc. We see his gun going off. The trail of from the muzzle of his gun is kind of also circling around not quite sure how that works in terms of the muzzles since its way up there and it's like his. Is Not matching his flight path, but what that's, that's okay. It looks cool. And also is a nifty thing. Is that as we said Star meds really beaten up badly in this picture, and like there's that brownish mud looking like all over him, but and you think of just mud, but once you read the store you know that. Oh, no, that's actually something relevant to the story, which is a I really appreciate that you know after the fact so I, thought that was a nice touch that time lyle put in there and just like his looks great and because. You, know the purple and yellow costume is torn up, but we see it there. You still can see it there. which I thought was also one of the cool things about star man himself is had as a character design it was at. The asymmetrical look was always pretty cool and just yellow and purple are not to colors that you see together a whole lot on your superheroes. It made him stand out so much. Yeah, so it's A. It's a beautiful cover I agree I the one that is from Midland Gun. Smoke at first. But, then I got looking at a closer look does show back backup to his gun? So yeah, that's the only really complaint I have on this. Is Not quite sure how that's working otherwise. Yeah, this is almost a page out of the book. It's it's very. That that Brown goop on Star man-hating into the rock motor something Find out what story itself gets relevance in Yahoo Much like you. I love the way that Will WanNa pardons heating up to let off the massive blast of energy turns black. Undermine story towards. His legs down or his body turns black it. He just got so much power generating might is the love that and yeah. You mentioned his costume. I've always been a fan of this costume. In fact, they're very soon back. The mentioned this issue here is getting a new costume. I've always for this caution over that the black one. I'd like Shag for instance in earlier. He's more phantom on mistaken of the Blackhawks. Jim, what you think of this costume in general of Yellow Purple Costume, or the the new controversy gets. Caution as a concert is farm pop. I really think it's just it's so distinctive, is really a fairly unique in the superhero world, just like the the one sleeve being longer than the other office gloves, one leg boot being longer than the other that data, zoysia striking to me. I just found that the. An interesting way to go. It makes them look very very different so i. just always had great with. That is a very good Tom. Wild sore design. You can kind of see Tom Lyle had some fun. Come up with this costume design and the oversized star on the front of it was just that that without. You don't have to do anything else with it. It just that says that gives his identity. Identity right there and also having its points down. kind of flips it over in in a way that you don't you don't see on costumes, either sell yet. It's I i. can't say highly enough about this costume, the newer costume and it's it's. It's it's. It's a good costume. I don't dislike it, but I don't like it as much as this good answer. Good answer out. Agree. Hundred percent liked way on this one here the. Me The bottom of the star it's little legs over his neck. And the other two is very. It fits very nicely on this, thank. And yet I agree in the Tom while a fantastic job doing the. Draw costumes fantastic. I love this one. The black awesome, it's not bad. It's not a bad cost you but. Again like I said before I like my super heroes to be vibrant in color land. I don't. Yes I do like some the.

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"tom wild" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"tom wild" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

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"tom wild" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"tom wild" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Interviews the brightest minds in the world of information management wants to be on a show, send an Email to info radio dot biz. Now. Eric cabin. Hello and welcome back once again. Radio. Yes. Indeed. My name is Sarah Cavanaugh. I will be your humble if excitable host for the show that is designed after all to peel away, the marketing veneer, get down to brass tacks. And figure out what is going on out there in the new world of data. It's everywhere these days, it's driving the information economy, obviously, data breaches, those are unfortunate. Lots of big ones lately that's all coming to pass. And we have to do something about that. And the topic today may actually provide some answers if it's leveraged properly there certain kinds of technology. We're talking about deep learning so the exact show titled going deep the remarkable power of deep learning. We'll talk about that on the show today. Please tweet with the hash tag of DM radio. We always want to know what you want to know what you think about the show and send me an Email info at DM radio dot biz big not to our partner university university dot net for all the latest in the world of data several conferences coming up next year. But deep learning let's talk about what this stuff is. And by the way, folks, this is the last show of year eleven on the radio with shutting year twelve next year. Thanks to all you folks out there for listening for your time. So deep learning this is part of the machine learning matrix, if you will keep hearing about artificial intelligence and machine learning these days and lots of folks are concerned about jobs being taken away. But honestly, most of the jobs that AI. Is gonna take away are really boring tedious jobs that no one wanted to do. Anyway, that's the beautiful thing about machine learning is that these algorithms can do some really fascinating things. Now, deep learning is one subset of machine learning and its value. You might have mentioned, the deepest. It's the most intense. It's basically we're we're trying to use computers to mimic the brain to create neural networks and to really processing heavy duty number crunching style behavior on data sets ticket provide some value. So thinking about cracking the genome, for example, that's the that's the domain of deep learning or better understanding data about world populations and trying to understand Kobe reads between various factors in environments and cultures and so forth. Anytime you have just tremendous amounts of data to process you can use deep learning. The challenge is how do you actually production allies that stuff? So you just talking about a module that has an input data. In an output, which is the result of a machine learning module will how do you actually focused that on some aspects of life? Well, one way you'll see it is in these captures. That's probably the one kind of machine learning or deep learning keep seeing that's not even necessarily deep learning. But that you've seen out there the real world. And that's when you are required to say, which photos have a car in it. It's basically fraud detection thing. So I mentioned the breaches. I mentioned to me so fraud, for example, and it's a very very difficult world out there, and it's going to be a very difficult world really what pretty much going forward because there's so much power out there. Because A I has a lot of power and deep learning is just part of that whole quesion got several guests for you today. We're going to find out the good the bad and the interesting, I suppose, and I we have Tom wild from a company called indigo. Tom, welcome. The damn radio television about yourself your company, and what what you see is the impact of deep learning today. Okay. Terrific. Great to be here. Your coat is a recording startup focused on helping big enterprises automate manual document intensive properties. RB very idiot. Repetitive path that are related to contract or heightened values from from form orders or wire transfer. All these things that are. The problems of of documents images and things of that nature. When when people out me. Blamed deep learning without using technology. Technical per. The best way. I. For decades. As as computer users. We've had to learn how to be computer. Maybe the most basic example, the dreaded bullying queer, right? The end or not require that you have when you're gonna get information out of some kind of information system learning how to speak to the computer interpreted bullying query in order to go. Find information you're looking for if you're good at it. You can get accurate information. And if you're bad at it, you don't get out. Version for the first time deep learning turns it on head equaling says you don't have to learn the language just show me what you're trying to do. And I'll figure out the language in this case the algorithm that expresses what you're trying to accomplish. But you're going to be able to kind of invert that in backwards all to figure out an approach to reach the outcome that you're really really. Yeah. That's a really good point. Right..

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"tom wild" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

15:32 min | 2 years ago

"tom wild" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Perfecto Rivera your whole. In Fred with me. This Sunday morning is Mr La Nelle Ramey. In Llanelli is the director of a new department for Milwaukee public schools. He's the director of the department of black and Latino male achievement. And this is a new venture. I believe four NPS and Llanelli, and I we just bent over the phones recently, he is acquainted with my youngest daughter, Nicole, and she called me from Sacramento to give me some information about you. L and said, oh, you need to interview linnell. He's just a great person. So so here, we are linnell welcome. Thank you. Thank you for having me. I appreciate it. You're very welcome. You know, before we start to talk about what you're doing with NPS. I'd like you would share with our audience a bit of your family, your background in such place. I'm born and raised here Milwaukee. Wisconsin proud walk in great city by great lake. I tend to Milwaukee public schools, my whole life, graduated from I tell people the great riverside university high school where you meet Ramiro daughter Bopha classmates together. So I finished my undergrad and my graduate work at Marquette university. So I have a lot of ties here from a from a city's perspective on married, proud father of four and a grandfather as well. Just excited to have this opportunity to talk more about the department more about what we do. I've I've been in the community working predominantly mostly in the nonprofit sector majority of that time was spit with boys and Girls Club in Greater Milwaukee. Respite nearly fourteen years of my career and prior to that nonprofits new concepts of development center being one of the main ones. In the YMCA, metropolitan Milwaukee. So just been kind of a foundation here in Milwaukee. As far as my career goes in Embiid doing this work for some time. Aloha. Thanks leno. I'd like you to show with us a little bit of, you know, more of your your family. Maybe, you know, a little bit about your parents, the people that were, you know, you're guiding force because of the information that my daughter, Nicole share would be as a friend of yours at riverside university high school, she she had some great information. She said dad Ladele is one of those guys that first of all besides being I think she before a straight a student. Maybe not maybe not quite. I was there. That's for sure. She said you were quite an achiever as you said. And I remember Llanelli is one of those guys that was always meticulously dressed. You said you hung around with another group of young men. And these are her words, she said, I think they will also competition to see who was dressed the sharp. The better and had the better grade. Well, I mean, you know, what my mom and my dad, we're now retired living in Georgia were the foundation for everything. I do my mom. Who was a former educator who kind of picked up education the second tier after spending years in corporate America decided she wanted to teach. So she she jumped into education kinda lottery my years, but she she she took on road that kind of set. Well, we believe you know, me, and my sister was really she was like that always the person that was to believe in being a giver, she believe in being the one that you know, what they support people whenever they need it in a kinda show once you became a teacher, and she she taught, you know, in a in a short period of time, maybe ten fifteen years, but she, you know, she was in middle school grade school, you know, she had an opportunity to really have impact. So that was you know, from that standpoint foundation for me for my service industry mindset. My dad. You know, he was the one that believed in, you know, teaching the manhood to even as the cold mentioned, my good friends who were still good friends today over thirty plus years, you know, just believe in us being up God that he was at example. He was the one that, you know, show working hard. But he also show I like to call an open ear to make sure share life lessons and experiences was was really important to him. So that was my phone Dacian. But you know, the cold brings up some of my good friends. Far from a straight a student. I will say that far from however, you know, I I was fortunate that I was amongst the circle of friends who who believe in pushing you. In allowing you to be yourself. So when they they knew who you were they pushed you to be who you were going to be who you were wasn't about peer pressure. And they did something one way you had to do with their way, we were each individual's. And yet some days we would try to address each other. This is correct. I believe currently I may be winning because as we got older I feel like. Won that battle little bit. But I don't think credit for how I dress. I take my wife dresses me, I tell people all the time. I'm I'm like a kindle at home. And she she doused me up. But, but I think for me, my group of friends in in the fact that I have him around today in my life speaks volumes because it again, it was is foundational as you're going through your teenage years, and I really believe in your teenage years, you struggle define who you are. And what you wanna be in all those good things you get developing differently. Your voice changing. And you know, so having a core group of individuals young men around me who again allowed me to be me allow me to grow into what I wanted to become but still always had my back in always motivated always pushed to ensure that you know, I was really doing the best. I could regardless of what that was. So. Sure. Sure. Well, that's great for you. You mentioned your mother and your dad sounds like they were just exceptional mentors for you. And, you know, the guidance they provided you was, you know, as you mentioned, you know, it's like. Succeed help you. Learn the ropes if you will put you on a path to to be not only a good example for yourself and for the community, but to reach out and provide that kind of mentorship. Also to others as you mentioned, your your your your friends at school, then the competition you had for for looking sharp in the manhood think I love how you phrase that. Because I I see I'm an old guy here, you you dated us by giving us information about your children. And now that you're grandfathered eight grandchildren. I've got eight grandchildren, two, great, grandchildren. But you know, I like you. I had somebody that shared with me that kind of mentorship and said, you know. Yeah, you make mistakes, but you'll learn from them, you know, if you continue to make the same mistake now, it's a problem. But it, but it's okay to make a mistake that you learn from and move forward, and it sounds like your parents were instrumental in giving you that that that hands up if you will not a handout, but a hand up to say, hey, this is how you become a leader. If you will. You know, the philosophy that I use. And I really believe I got it from my parents was, you know, a smart may and learn from his mistakes, but a wise man learns from the mistakes of others. In really understanding that. Yeah. You can you can learn from what you do wrong. But also take example of what others have done. And then they were they were great in that. You know, part of what I am today is also because of you know, I became a father at a very early age. I call it early age. I was nineteen when I had my first and for me just the transition in life in trying in understanding growing up in a different kind of land in but also being able to circle back and lean on my parents, or Lena, my, you know, at that time good friends who were able to kind of, you know, still support, you know, my journey and understood that my journey was, you know. Be my journey. You know, but telling me stories of. Yeah, I remember this. So I saw that sort. I want to connect you with this person. Because I do believe it very important for people to have what I refer to the kitchen cabinet around them and a kitchen cabinet, very simply put it just like your kitchen cabinet home. When you open it up. You have a number of different spices within your kitchen cabinet. Some of them us on a regular basis salt pepper, whatever it might be. But there's some that you only pull out every once in a while in you know, to use around thanksgiving or the holidays, I believe that's what you need around you and your life to constantly have people around you who you can depend on using your time of me to to whether it's you struggling, or if it's just a matter of helping reinforce something that you needed strengthening. So, you know, again, my parents were that foundation becoming a father early in having those learning experiences because again, I of my work to share those. Experiences with the young man, we serve those around me or those I mentor, so they they don't have to make the same things. I may have made along the way because not everybody has that support system that I was fortunate to have in in in reinforcing the values and strengthening me up like, my mom, you know, I thought I was going to be the next president of the United States and for even Barack Obama. So every time she sees this day. She still tells me you're going to be pregnant now. I don't think I want that job the motivation behind that everybody has that. And everybody has that person who uplift and NC something themselves that they you know, that they don't even see so again, personal experiences again, you know, to better myself, but also listening to the stories of others. So particularly I don't make the same era. They may have made any given any information onto someone else? So hopefully, they don't make it, you know, being a father myself as I mentioned, you know, I try to share things with my sons and my daughters don't make these mistakes. Here's what you need to do. And hopefully that helps them grow. So. Absolutely. Well, you know, you're you're young man yet. You your mother's still may have. Your your number. There was we got to the presidency. I I I would like a shoutout for your parents by name plates out your Willie Renee Robinson. My mom and dad and Ravi Rameez. Also, my dad as well. So so I have a great circle. Thaddeus? Well, thanks so much to them. Good work guys. You really raise a real leader here. So. Now, let's take you back to university should be riverside university high school were you and my daughter with the school. I remember that as a great education. Oh, great place for education because I remember the challenges by own daughter was, but she always loved going to school there. And. You know, it's been one of the great icons for NPS for many years. But what are there were you involved in any other activities, sports, or whatever it might have been? I participated in sports. I was on the basketball team. Basketball, still probably one of my number one passion. So I played actually three years while being at riverside. I in my latter years actually with a part of the student council. Student government holding office vice president or president might have been my junior senior year that a person's being that. So those were the main to kind of extracurricular things that I've done that. I did while at riverside. So but I will attest to for me being at riverside, kind of settled foundation of just just kind of just kind of people skills that or having the ability to really have a strong mindset on academic. I wasn't showing academically. However, I had an appreciation for academic simply based on the relationships that I had created in school. Like, I, you know, I tell people to this day one of the most impactful teacher. Ever had in my life was one of my high school teachers his name was Tom wild. And he still actually teaches at riverside. But I always say remember when we met it was his very first day teaching what's my freshman year in high school. So literally, he became a homeroom teacher. But it got into his support were very important. But that's what I remember riverside university high school for was it just seemed to be a non teaching just non stop support like in every aspect of it, regardless of what program you might have been in or what kind of student you were good better indifferent like that support was strong. I saw that a lot at riverside. So. Wonderful. Well, another shutoff for you said tab, wile, Tom. Wow. Yep. Yep. He's retiring this year to he'll be retired. After nearly I wanna say for him. It's been. Wow. Nearly thirty thirty years as a teacher, so duper. Well. We'll take a quick break you and I want to bring you back. We want to talk about the great work that you're doing now as the director of the department of black and Latino male achievement NPS. But I I break this is the the Lord Latino program come to you. The news talk eleven thirty WINS. Steve. He said that to me down here. What are you a yellow booger? I'm a banana slug Steven. Well, what are you doing in my room to Vinci? Don't you remember me Ganci near we miss? You miss me. Who misses me, you know? Oh you. The trees the get little food that you made other branches. We miss you mom to be to the forest last year. I misled Steven it took me a long time to get here. Oh, I guess it makes sense. This forest is not that far away. Have an adventure today. I'm sure you man, we take you. You're right. I should get out. I wanna have fun playing puddles. Catch frogs and clench trees. Hey, mom, Stephen staff in your hand. It's my sense of adventure. Mom, it's telling me we.

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"tom wild" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"tom wild" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Skies all head of thanksgiving holiday travel period expected to be the busiest more than a decade more than fifty four million Americans are journeying at least fifty miles which officials say is an increase of nearly five percent over last year. This woman flying today and says, hey, it was easier than she thought it was anxiety inducing did in fight today with my family, and you know, you gotta go home to see the family, but most people are traveling by car analysts believe lower gasoline prices are helping along with a better economy. President Trump says a federal judge is appointed by his predecessor are biased against his immigration policies. And he's responding on Twitter to a statement from supreme. Court chief Justice John Roberts who said there's no such thing as Obama judges or Trump judges the Associated Press had asked Roberts to comment on Trump's assertion yesterday that a liberal leaning ninth circuit court was disgrace. CBS news correspondent ouija Jiang's. With the president in Florida or seeing here is a sharp pushback. And a defense of the sanctity of the judicial system to say, President Trump just because a democrat or Republican president appointed a judge that does not mean the judge is going to interpret the law based on party. And that's exactly what President Trump here is claiming Defense Secretary. Jim Mattis says the White House has given him the authority to use military troops to protect customs and border personnel at the southwest border. This could under some circumstances mean directing troops to return Perera Lee, detain migrants in the event of disorder violence. Police have yet to name a suspect in a shooting last night in north Braddock had left. An eighty five year old man in critical condition. Authorities believe the shooting related to another shooting early Monday afternoon that man was shot in the leg. And he's stable north Braddock mayor Tom wild telling Katy k TV security cameras may have caught the suspects functional fake. You can see that those folks in all know, those cameras are there doesn't matter. Police Evans said if there's more than one suspect police say a woman was speeding when she lost control of her car, and then caused a deadly crash earlier this year desharnais, Nelson is facing charges including homicide by vehicle she's accused of going sixty eight miles an hour on a tense three bypass back in may when the SUV's he was driving cross the center line slammed into another car. Head on it killed Michael Mark Alinsky three children in her vehicle, suffered minor injuries Honda recalling one hundred twenty two thousand of its odyssey minivans because the sliding doors can open while the vehicle is moving. The problem is door latches that can. Stick and stop that door from fascinating securely Honda says it has no reports of injury because those doors in sports news, Pittsburgh Xavier Johnson scored twenty including some key free. Throws at the end the Panthers seventy five seventy three win over Saint Louis today in Brooklyn and Sidney Crosby plays. Tonight, pens are getting are facing off against the stars at PPG paints.

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"tom wild" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

09:32 min | 2 years ago

"tom wild" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"So they can turn this year. Looks like it's going to be cool Hamill's. It's not it's gonna be Daniel Murphy with just what are they will? They twelve and two now within the last crazy got here. Oh my goodness. Just as you know. Excuse me. Daniel Murphy, I think about what just internal did for the dodgers. He created is only meeting five minutes before they stretch for that was not for the coaches to tell you what to look for. But for the players to talk about what they had seen. Well, you know, what all of a sudden hires lose the assistant coach for the dodgers. He's now the full time eating for the reds for the Red Sox. He incorporated that and he got JD Martinez to buy in on. Eventually got Mookie Betts who got those guys to get involved in that meeting. Daniel Murphy gonna do the same thing. And the first thing Daniel Murphy is gonna do in those meetings used to Aspin's over. Hey, what do you think when you face this guy? What what can you tell me? And that's going to be information that those guys share. I don't care who you. Okay. How many reports and how many Satistics you have that information is going to be more important than anything. Anybody else? On for the cubs lineup as far as nights. Veer back to the White Sox for a another quick moments. I know how much you just a huge major league baseball on baseball fan in general. What would you say to Rick Hahn in the White Sox organization in all of the White Sox fans in terms to console them with the horrible news, and Michael Kolpak has an injury that will keep him out more than likely the two thousand and nineteen see season as he is probably going to have to have Tommy John surgery. I'm I I don't know that there's anything. You know, you have a losing somebody Tom is a lot of times. There's just nothing. You can really see that's gonna make anybody feel better about it. You know, the hype who's in front of this guy. What about Ronaldo kunia down there in Atlanta? I don't know who the top prospect and all of these small loans, but it was probably one of those two guys. You look at what he has done for the Braves the impact that he's had. And you know, now, they're not only thinking about the division that they can win a World Series the excitement that he's brought I'm just going to be honest with you. I think and I don't think it's completely gone. But I think there's a big part of that excitement that went down with a big right arm of Michael microscope area. I don't know what I can say that can can make them feel better about that. But I do know one thing I do know that their farm system loses strong as anybody's in the game of baseball. And who's gonna continue to be people that come? Up there and make them, but people are talking about the White Sox right now like they're a handful through beating people beaten playing they're playing there's a lot of good things going on there. But you know, this guy was supposed to be max Scherzer. He was supposed to be young Clayton Kershaw these things together. Yeah. You hope that it's just postponed for a while. But obviously it's going to be missed a lot next year. Yeah. Back to the cubs in the National League side. A lot of things are kind of up in the air. When you talk about who's going to represent the National League in the postseason. How do you see things currently out west and in the east? I think we both feel very strongly that the cubs will hit the finish line and win the central but how about the other two divisions. Yeah. Tommy. That a lot more. I just got word from Bouma. Argue buddy Chris Berman who will do the division series on radio. Again. I think for the fourth or fifth year with him. Obviously looking forward to that everything about Chris Berman right now, it looks like we're going to have one of the National League series. I don't know if it'll be Winstons down the cubs against the winner of the law card. I don't know be Lanta against somebody in the National League. Tommy, everybody. Just before I think twenty nine people roster opinion back in March twenty eight people pick the dodgers nationally. I picked the Rockies. I felt like we were rotation the experience they gain from Hugo getting Walker game. I thought the additions to that we're gonna be exceptional horrible. But I still feel like was the best teams. I know the dodgers dodgers have gone on Tronto anything else that they needed. I still kinda think it's gonna be Colorado against Atlanta. Walker and situation could be real hinting where that's coming from. Obviously the cubs have a lot of concern that I just I see the Rockies is the best team in the National League West right now. And I see the Braves probably starting to run off with those things you know, to lose a game against the win a game against him in Philadelphia. Very few people have done that. Because we do that. I think that was a huge sent back with them. I think it'd be part of the reason why we just a couple of weeks left by. I think we can go down the stretch around is going to be quite interesting to watch. And Finally I'd be remiss if I didn't ask side how you feel about the chiefs at the chargers on Sunday. It's a great question. I following in love with with Patrick Mahomes genius. I've been writing several times Jason aldean's concerts. Again, agree kid agreed talent, you know, young. I'm used to there's a lot of things you can happen is going to be a lot of a drilling going in that first game that I think the games on the road. I don't even know where San Diego plays anymore. But. A lot of ways timing. I think that'll help I think, you know, being out through having the Biggles nation as you come onto the field. I think having people I mean, Tommy, we both remember I mean, we know when people Buddhist when our news, we know the reason they did that because of the freedoms influencing we beat him in the past little everything. So I feel that way. I got a question for you. We got it Paros needing some tickets for something. Right. Asked me about it from. I mean Twitter is blowing up on this thing. What's the deal? Scillies trying to get all of our listeners to tweet you and ask because I think my wife talk to you about labor Cup tickets, and listen, I wasn't good. I don't harass people for stuff like that. So Sylvie was trying to be funny. And I know you talked to. We're friends, right? Yes. Sir. Friends knew what is it? What are you? What you wanna do? It's a Tennessee vents at the United Center. I believe it's the weekend starts September twenty. I think the Friday September twenty first I think it is. Okay. Yeah. The United States. That's where the Blackhawks. What's that? Blackhawks with the United States with the bulls and the Blackhawks play. Yeah. Yeah. And then doesn't John mcdonagh's do run the blackout. Yeah. I think so. Yeah. Yeah. He's one of my best friends on earth. Right. Yes. I know. Yeah. I would imagine. That's the you know, I I mean, I'm not gonna get you a ticket. Yeah. Absolutely. And you know, I would never ask you that. That's why silver was so mad at him that he even suggested that because that's just you know, that's not how I roll. Listen should not be tuning. And she mad at you. And if I can't do it. I'll tell you know. Yes, I do have the ability to McDonald's. Karakul my wife, probably we'll get I'll reach out. You're the pass. I always appreciate your time. And your perspective. It's always fun. I'm sorry. I missed the last couple of weeks. But it's been great to talk to you today. Thanks, buddy. Last couple. Have a good weekend. Thanks, buddy. Rick Sutcliffe, the best the absolute best. And he's brought to you by L K Q pick your part, Anthony, Buick GMC. Four winds casino. Doctor Yates, the hair loss, medical doctor. What do we have when we come back like it love it? And we plan ten questions I've come up with ten questions for you. 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"tom wild" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"tom wild" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"City, Williamsburg resident and Uber user Tom wild says the city should be expanding options not limiting them the city needs to. Be encouraging. Creating more opportunities for people, to be able, to share odds to multiple people into the I. Think there's a really good, idea versus, doing single safeguards while the cap is in place the city, says it will conduct a year, long study on, the ride hailing, industry's impact on traffic congestion in New York The, weather forecast before I leave you. There's a fifty. Percent chance of thunderstorms after one, o'clock this afternoon it's really humid out to with highs reaching eighty seven degrees tonight rain. Is likely tomorrow heavy rain is likely highs in the mid eighties and Sunday no rain but. It will be very hot ninety one degrees and sunny you said a fifty percent chance this afternoon that's right this afternoon Just. Say. We don't know that you always say that don't you Brian well we sort, of know that there's a, fifty percent chance that's what we do, know that social media before, God I just want to acknowledge that this is your unfished last day delivering the news during the show at least we're awhile because you're taking on an exciting new assignment for the next few months the. Listeners about sure I'll be turning my full attention to following the midterm elections, as a reporter all the way through November? And we're sort of calling my role the follow the heat correspondent which means my job will be to find the hot spots in this lead up to, the midterms and tell the stories of. People and groups and communities that are feeling super energized in this. Political moment so what I'm going to be looking at us things. Like grassroots political efforts, who's feeling most activated right now and why I'm thinking a, lot about, the role of identity politics in our rhetoric and shaping who. We are attracted to as candidates and just. All of the issue That people, feel really strongly about like health care and their jobs and? What's, going on at our borders and what the heck's going. On in Washington so what does follow the heat really. Mean what's the heath Hello you know it when you see I, think I'm going to have to, follow my gut a little bit too on this one Brian but I'm kind of looking at. The heat as. The. Heat and energy and excitement that we're seeing from people in this moment and, maybe I should make this, clear actually I'm not the only reporter, in our newsroom who's going, to be covering the elections of course we have a whole team of people who are going to look at the races in New Jersey and upstate New York we'll have reporters looking at following the money. In campaigns really closely some reporters will be finding people who are not feeling, very engaged right now so I'm just one? Part of this major newsroom effort and Michael is to tell some really human stories of the people who feel like this. Is a high high stakes moment But oh well. This is the part where I wanted to tell your. Listeners a little bit more because I felt like they might be a good resource to me as I make this transition I am telling you about this because I'm trying to keep. My ear to the ground for the next few months so if you know about a person. Or a group that's feeling really activated right now that things. That this midterm, season is so. Important I want you to tell me about it and maybe I can tell their story on WNYC so the best thing to do is to tweet at me I'm at, shoebox. Zoo, on, Twitter that's s. h. UB ASU you can also direct message me there if you'd like to keep it private or shoot me an Email anytime I'm Espacio at WNYC dot org Close really exciting I'm just gonna say local kid makes good New Jersey kid Started at. WNYC as. Brian, Lehrer show. Interns right and, then, a Brian Lehrer show producer that's right And then a newscaster. And reporter and now you're going to be doing some of. Our lead. Political reporting in the midterms so. Congratulations should meet a well-deserved and we will. Be. Listening thank you and I'll be back. For sure Next.

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"tom wild" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"tom wild" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Huge plus Schalken rage for the South Korean women secretly filmed in changing rooms couple for one. When I first saw the chat room, I was a social. My mind went blank, and I started crying and the March of the fall. Armyworm continues its reached India and could cause havoc. I, the news. BBC news McDonald Hulo there's been confusion in. Zimbabwe is the main opposition party the, MDC tried to hold. A news conference to, give an account of forty calls the rigging of the. Election results riot police at first tried to break. Up, the event Police said said to have climbed down and let the meeting go ahead the MDC, leader Nelson Chamisa says he has evidence of electoral malpractice the largest independent election. Observer mission in Zimbabwe. Says the official presidential poll results broadly tally with its. Own findings it's greed with the electoral board that the incumbent Emmerson Mnangagwa won the most votes although it couldn't definitely. Confirm whether or not there should have been a runoff As many as twenty people are feared dead in a suicide attack on a mosque in eastern Afghanistan it's unclear who carried out the attack over the Islamic state group has targeted the Shia minority in, the past sure Sharifi reports from Kabul up to five hundred people had gathered to attend the Friday prayer. Congregation that Hajra has sun shade mouse in the. Provincial capital Gardez Abdullah Ashrat packed your provincial spokesperson told the BBC as the people were leaving two attackers wearing burqas managed. To enter the mosque, and immediately started shooting at worshippers and I witnessed all the BBC one attacker. Was shot dead by mosque security but the other managed to get. Inside the mosque itself where worshippers had taken, the future from the shooting detonating explosives killing and wounding many including. Some children the UN is condemned an era attack on a hospital in the Yemeni, port of data which killed numerous civilians on Thursday the Saudi led coalition which Is fighting who he rebels in, Yemen has denied any involvement in the incident adding that none of its aircraft in the vicinity at the time of the attack imaging folks reports l. thorough hospital is Yemen's largest and one of the country's few functioning cholera treatment centres on Thursday it and the streets around it were hit the UN says, aid workers on the ground have confirmed multiple deaths and injuries as the fight for control of Hudeda intensifies. Cholera cases are rising again and the World Health. Organization is warning that Yemen could be on the brink of a new cholera epidemic it has called for a ceasefire to, allow vaccinations to take, place The World Health. Organization says the, current outbreak of A Bola, in eastern Congo began with the death of a sixty five year old woman. In manga hospital about thirty, kilometers from the city of Benny the WHO says seven members of our immediate family also died the UN. Healthy agency says there are also several cases in neighboring Tunari crossings World news from the BBC. This is WNYC in New York I'm Richard Hake governor Cuomo is pledging to introduce legislation that would remove the death penalty from, state law the democrat, made the announcement after pope Francis decreed the death penalty unacceptable under all circumstances New York's highest court ruled capital punishment unconstitutional in two thousand four but the law is still on the books WNYC. Is conducted an, unofficial survey of what Williamsburg residents. Think about a. Series of council bills to regulate, hit ride hailing services like Uber and lift and the results are not positive with locals facing, next year's, l. train shut down most riposte to the year long cap on the number of vehicles in. The city Williamsburg resident at Uber user Tom wild says the city should be expanding options not limiting them the city needs to be encouraging.

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WHO warns of new Yemen cholera surge, asks for ceasefire to vaccinate

BBC Newshour

04:08 min | 2 years ago

WHO warns of new Yemen cholera surge, asks for ceasefire to vaccinate

"Huge plus Schalken rage for the South Korean women secretly filmed in changing rooms couple for one. When I first saw the chat room, I was a social. My mind went blank, and I started crying and the March of the fall. Armyworm continues its reached India and could cause havoc. I, the news. BBC news McDonald Hulo there's been confusion in. Zimbabwe is the main opposition party the, MDC tried to hold. A news conference to, give an account of forty calls the rigging of the. Election results riot police at first tried to break. Up, the event Police said said to have climbed down and let the meeting go ahead the MDC, leader Nelson Chamisa says he has evidence of electoral malpractice the largest independent election. Observer mission in Zimbabwe. Says the official presidential poll results broadly tally with its. Own findings it's greed with the electoral board that the incumbent Emmerson Mnangagwa won the most votes although it couldn't definitely. Confirm whether or not there should have been a runoff As many as twenty people are feared dead in a suicide attack on a mosque in eastern Afghanistan it's unclear who carried out the attack over the Islamic state group has targeted the Shia minority in, the past sure Sharifi reports from Kabul up to five hundred people had gathered to attend the Friday prayer. Congregation that Hajra has sun shade mouse in the. Provincial capital Gardez Abdullah Ashrat packed your provincial spokesperson told the BBC as the people were leaving two attackers wearing burqas managed. To enter the mosque, and immediately started shooting at worshippers and I witnessed all the BBC one attacker. Was shot dead by mosque security but the other managed to get. Inside the mosque itself where worshippers had taken, the future from the shooting detonating explosives killing and wounding many including. Some children the UN is condemned an era attack on a hospital in the Yemeni, port of data which killed numerous civilians on Thursday the Saudi led coalition which Is fighting who he rebels in, Yemen has denied any involvement in the incident adding that none of its aircraft in the vicinity at the time of the attack imaging folks reports l. thorough hospital is Yemen's largest and one of the country's few functioning cholera treatment centres on Thursday it and the streets around it were hit the UN says, aid workers on the ground have confirmed multiple deaths and injuries as the fight for control of Hudeda intensifies. Cholera cases are rising again and the World Health. Organization is warning that Yemen could be on the brink of a new cholera epidemic it has called for a ceasefire to, allow vaccinations to take, place The World Health. Organization says the, current outbreak of A Bola, in eastern Congo began with the death of a sixty five year old woman. In manga hospital about thirty, kilometers from the city of Benny the WHO says seven members of our immediate family also died the UN. Healthy agency says there are also several cases in neighboring Tunari crossings World news from the BBC. This is WNYC in New York I'm Richard Hake governor Cuomo is pledging to introduce legislation that would remove the death penalty from, state law the democrat, made the announcement after pope Francis decreed the death penalty unacceptable under all circumstances New York's highest court ruled capital punishment unconstitutional in two thousand four but the law is still on the books WNYC. Is conducted an, unofficial survey of what Williamsburg residents. Think about a. Series of council bills to regulate, hit ride hailing services like Uber and lift and the results are not positive with locals facing, next year's, l. train shut down most riposte to the year long cap on the number of vehicles in. The city Williamsburg resident at Uber user Tom wild says the city should be expanding options not limiting them the city needs to be encouraging.

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"tom wild" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"tom wild" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

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"tom wild" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"tom wild" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

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"tom wild" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"tom wild" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

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"tom wild" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"tom wild" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"For us and five nigerian soldiers died in an ambush in year last fall they were attacked by militants who claimed affiliation with isis for months the pentagon has been trying to figure out what exactly went wrong and today at formerly released a summary of its investigation as npr reported earlier this week it found deficiencies and training and communications but it concluded there was no single mistake that led to the incident npr's pentagon correspondent tom bowman joins us now and tom what new details came out today about what happened on october fourth year already we learned that all american soldiers who died that day fought to the end and others risked their lives to help their doom comrades in we'll likely see medals of valor for both those killed in those who survived two of the four dead american soldiers were actually loaded onto isis pickup truck and only the arrival of french jets have prevented the dead from being taken away in the american indonesia reinforces were outgun three to one they did not have enough firepower and it took a little less than an hour for the french jets to arrive in scattered the militants and prevent more deaths now us officers including general tom wild house the top officer for africa who briefed yesterday today said there were a number of lapses in training communications and preparations but no single factor he said no or a single mistake was a sole cause of this tragedy conditions in the african continent they have to be able to make decisions about whether to or not to take to go into certain operations because of the the assets that they need are not there today they need to go come back tomorrow when they have them so the bottom line is the special operators on the continent or serving this particular this particular team is not indicative of what they do so he's referring to this one team but the report cites all these problems up the chain of command with the special operators but you hear general waldhauser say they're doing a fantastic job too so there's obviously a disconnect there and also they cut short the press conference another question for him would have been did you only found out about these problems you know after the ambush when it comes to the.

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"tom wild" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"tom wild" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And general kelly and stephen miller help us do that so john what's your takeaway from having sat down with her and asked her about the criticism her department is coming under from a lot of quarters secretary nielsen is not backing down one inch from this harsh criticism of her agencies enforcement actions dhs is going to fix what she says is a broken immigration system and that's exactly what the trump administration wants her to do john burnett thank you it's a pleasure john burnett reporting there on his sit down interview today with the secretary of homeland security care ston nielsen for us and five nigerian soldiers died in an ambush in year last fall they were attacked by militants who claimed affiliation with isis for months the pentagon has been trying to figure out what exactly went wrong and today at formerly released a summary of its investigation as npr reported earlier this week it found deficiencies and training and communications but concluded there was no single mistake that led to the incident npr's pentagon correspondent tom bowman joins us now and tom what new details came out today about what happened on october fourth inisia we'll argue we learned that all american soldiers who died that day fought to the end and others risked their lives to help their doom comrades in we'll likely see medals of valor for both those killed in those who survived two of the four dead american soldiers were actually loaded onto isis pickup truck and only the arrival of french jets have prevented the dead from being taken away in the american initiate reinforces were outgun three to one they did not have enough firepower and it took a little less than an hour for the french jets to arrive in scattered the militants and prevent more deaths now us officers including general tom wild house the top officer for africa who briefed yesterday today said there were number of lapses in training communications and preparations but no single factor he said no or single mistake was a sole cause of this tragedy i mean it's one thing to say there's no single mistake but did at least say anything about what could have been done differently well they kept referring to the training communications in preparation problems all with the special operators in africa the green berets in this case there was a whole list so i asked general waldhauser you know what's the story here.

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"tom wild" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"tom wild" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

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"tom wild" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"tom wild" Discussed on WINS 1010

"The rangers sitting about tom wild card spot of the eastern conference are in tampa tonight eric stephane looking for to the stanley cup playoffs coming up at realizing there are improvements to be in a big focus now is is we have nineteen games eighteen games to get ourselves play our best hockey by then time that that clock it's been we got to get ourselves or in a good position here niche three losses in their last four for the rangers now the mack tournament channel game just after notching on an all buddy tim clue senses arnold again also veteran squad all center take on see and i think it's really good that we have so much experience in those games on our guys we just come in and taken like they've taken a really game it's the next team right also tonight locally stunning broke will host opening of the american the semifinals to other conferences have automatic bids on the line the colonial we're north carolina willing to me he's charleston in the southern with north carolina greensboro taking on a nice tennessee state sports a fifteen a forty five around the clock fine and when sports wins news time one forty set cbs monday the best hours in chicago looking for service with a smile everything so in this to know everything year is through based on i'm going to help you bring this place even it's waves injury you maybe twenty varies i don't it's not trademark i don't feel like of beating the coming throughout the play and when wage kelvin's earns as they can't do you believe a brother to their abilene and i don't know our cbs monday stream live or on demand cbs thursday comedy is born on cbs it's like piece ended picture purpose yeah advise your phone on a fishing home it's one selfies take starring james brolin colin and academy award winner dianne we just in a comedy for the ages do you mean really life in pieces thursdays only cbs sunshine will makes with some glove today the high forty four then cloudy tonight down to thirty nine it is forty three and sonny now they humidity twenty percent the windsor self at three dusting to twenty two miles per hour.

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"tom wild" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"tom wild" Discussed on KQED Radio

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