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"uchi" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

05:10 min | 2 weeks ago

"uchi" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Let me get my phantom out of the way. I'm obviously just born and raised a cowboy fan so i don't think objectively or sometimes clearly when it comes to my team you don't but at the end of the show yesterday when i believe it was just seen anderson who tweeted that. Hey the cowboys are at least going to do their due. Diligence and take a hard look at cams availability. It just hit me. Bolt out of the blue. We're psalms you hear an idea and it's like a ha- right bingo love it. Because i've always been a cam fan. But he's not for everybody right but it feels like he would be perfect for. My team called america's team almost like he was born to play in dallas texas. Where the dallas cowboys. All the sudden. Were down to cooper rush. It looked like it was going to be garret gilbert and they tried to force bendon uchi in the mix in those two are gone now and it came down to cooper rush is back and he's back in good graces and jerry on his radio show. Two days ago raved about cooper russia's. You just pointed out. I got reams of quotes here but only wanna read them because they go in one ear and out the other. Because it's cooper rush and even though he played well against those houston texans to preseason games back in the one sunday which was morning here in l. a. That i watched cooper rush was not very good and was. So unimpressive remained unconvinced about cooper russia's the backup quarterback andy dalton was a verified bona fide. Trustable backup quarterback last year. I was very happy with that. And i trusted that going into season. When obviously he was called upon. If cam newton were called upon hypothetically for the dallas cowboys i think he would be a great fit so i think he would light up to the stage and the stage would love him. You'd be better kubo rush okay. He would helped me out here. I'm just going to boil it down to hypothetically if cam had to play let's do seven games. Rusher and cooper rush had to play seven games. Who would do better. Who would have the better cam. It's not even close. I can also say that in several other situations about starting quarterbacks but it just listen. Jerry is the ultimate showman quote from an anonymous agent. Last week nobody runs the business. A pro football better than jerry jones because he knows how to sell ticket. It's all about the marquee value. And he plays that as a priority to me above winning. Football bright yes. So cam fits the bill because he is as great. A showman quarterback is we've ever had. I enjoy watching all his antics. I don't think bell check like not the patriot way. Great news always square peg round hole and it never quite into the it. Almost moves. Like coach belichick tolerated. He did like it..

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"uchi" Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

05:50 min | Last month

"uchi" Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

"Saturday. saw the raiders. Upstaged the rams seventeen sixteen in fact l. a. Got it to within one and this was late in the fourth quarter and they went for a two point conversion they failed on that jacobson completed sixteen passes over three hundred. Excuse me over. One hundred yards as his colts. Take down the vikings twelve to ten eight teddy bridgewater siding. He got the start. For the broncos led them to two touchdown drives one. Td through the air as the denver broncos team the seahawks thirty two three the titans all over the buccaneers thirty four to three. No tom brady. And this contest ryan tannehill but there was a forty two yard. Fumble return for a touchdown for tennessee to help out their defense. Which had a huge showing. Ben rothlisberger did play for the steelers on saturday and he played. Near-perfect had two touchdown passes as pittsburgh derails. The lions twenty six to twenty two tunga by loa played for the dolphins in the first half. He went sixteen of twenty three through the air. One hundred eighty three yards passing one touchdown as the dolphins took down the falcons thirty seven to seventeen and atlanta quarterback. Aj mccaren suffered a non contact injury to his right knee and the contest and that will garner an mri on sunday head coach. Arthur smith perhaps forecasting the diagnosis said quote. I'm sick to my stomach. Close quote bendon. Bendon uchi making cowboy fans of nauseated with his three picks as the texans team the cowboys. Twenty two fourteen in baseball. The padres won four three against the phillies. Thanks to a wild pitch in the tenth inning. So if you look at the nfl wildcard standing sear. San diego is tied with the reds for that second wildcard spot cincy with a seven two four victory over the marlins nick gas diaz had four. Rbi the red sox brain for to the rangers who prevailed ten to one and boston manager. Alex cora said afterwards quote. That was embarrassing. That was unacceptable close quoth and finally the braves notch eighth win in a row after they tame the orioles five to four and that is seventeen straight losses for baltimore. Let's head back to a man who never has a losing streak like that. Nothing close when he gets to the betting window. It's winning streak after winning streak. It's our guy bernie fratto. You got that right fellow. thanks so much. That's bruin fairly. You'll hear them all night all the way to three..

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Chris Paul Has Another Big Night, Suns Rout Nuggets 123-98

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Chris Paul Has Another Big Night, Suns Rout Nuggets 123-98

"The sun stretched to ten point halftime lead to as many as thirty one in the second half to defeat the nuggets one twenty three to ninety eight take a two games to none lead in their Western Conference semifinal series Chris Paul had seventeen points along with fifteen assists and zero turnovers the first player to do that in three career playoff games it's a credit to our coaching staff St Jude because things that we drilled all season long it's so nice to see when I come into play and in game form especially in the playoffs the Kali Uchis had twenty four points thirteen rebounds for the nuggets George scanner Phoenix

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"uchi" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:34 min | 4 months ago

"uchi" Discussed on Latino USA

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"uchi" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

02:23 min | 4 months ago

"uchi" Discussed on Latino USA

"Since i was a kid i always loved. Oldies always loved music. That was like very dreamy. I used to do covers a lot of spanish songs. Like eh forget there is by janette and soured me the book. Yes osama says it done does a lot of my earlier music was because i didn't know how to produce. It was literally just samples. I've like the blackbirds literally. All my songs were of these. That i loved so definitely played a huge influence on the artists. I am today. The beginning of breaking into the industry was definitely just. When i've got my first laptop. I wanted to make documentaries in colombian i wanted to make art films and i always love making music and writing as well so i wanted to make music that accompanied there so i guess that was how i started the journey of like putting together my first little mix tape i maybe songs really quickly and i just put it out on like a website called opinion at the time and i put out these little videos that had been making it started just getting a lot of shares between people who had been around much longer than me making music mish longer than me and were very established in the industry so it was kind of embarrassing for me actually. After i realized that so many people were sharing it. I took it down off the internet. I couldn't have been eighteen because i graduated early. And i think it was my graduation year. I might have even been like seventeen going on eighteen at the time. I just was like if something that i literally made. Just messing around could get so much attention. Let me try to actually make some music. If you plus y'all yup

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How I Made It: Kali Uchis

Latino USA

02:23 min | 4 months ago

How I Made It: Kali Uchis

"Since i was a kid i always loved. Oldies always loved music. That was like very dreamy. I used to do covers a lot of spanish songs. Like eh forget there is by janette and soured me the book. Yes osama says it done does a lot of my earlier music was because i didn't know how to produce. It was literally just samples. I've like the blackbirds literally. All my songs were of these. That i loved so definitely played a huge influence on the artists. I am today. The beginning of breaking into the industry was definitely just. When i've got my first laptop. I wanted to make documentaries in colombian i wanted to make art films and i always love making music and writing as well so i wanted to make music that accompanied there so i guess that was how i started the journey of like putting together my first little mix tape i maybe songs really quickly and i just put it out on like a website called opinion at the time and i put out these little videos that had been making it started just getting a lot of shares between people who had been around much longer than me making music mish longer than me and were very established in the industry so it was kind of embarrassing for me actually. After i realized that so many people were sharing it. I took it down off the internet. I couldn't have been eighteen because i graduated early. And i think it was my graduation year. I might have even been like seventeen going on eighteen at the time. I just was like if something that i literally made. Just messing around could get so much attention. Let me try to actually make some music. If you plus y'all yup

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"uchi" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:34 min | 4 months ago

"uchi" Discussed on Latino USA

"Twenty seventeen. Kelly was dominated for both a latin grammy for collaboration with colombian megastar quantities and a grammy for best performance. And this year. She took a grammy home for her collaboration with producer. Caterina on this song. ten percent. Keep though. Kelly has always sung in both english and spanish. Her early songs and her first album were primarily in english. But in late twenty twenty. She released her first spanish language. Latin album titled seamy though which means without fear. It was considered a risky move for an artist who's fan base was primarily based in the united states still. The album has met with success a few months. After the was released. The song by dea rocketed to the top of the latin music charts. Only in this how. I made it segment where we highlight me creators. And the work. They may colucci's talks about her childhood in colombia the importance of sisterhood and why she decided to ignore those who told her not to sing in spanish. My.

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Trial of Derek Chauvin, officer charged in George Floyd's death, gets underway

Frank Beckmann

00:59 sec | 6 months ago

Trial of Derek Chauvin, officer charged in George Floyd's death, gets underway

"Opening statements and former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show van's trial in connection to the killing of George Floyd. Now underway. You're going to hear that he was a veteran on the Minneapolis police Department for 19 years. Have been trained in CPR multiple times at the time, and you'll be able to see for yourself that when Mr Floyd was in distress, Mr Chavez Wouldn't helping didn't help him. Speaking before opening statements, attorney for the Floyd Family Antonio Ramen, Uchi said that this case should not be about the past of George Floyd. But on Lee what happened to him before he died. Case of common sense. This is not a case about George Boyd's character. This is not a case about George Floyd's past. This is the case about what happened on May 25th of 2000 and 20. The defense is expected to argue that Floyd's death was caused by drug use and unrelated medical

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Health care workers could receive $10,000 pandemic bonus pay under new bill

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:24 sec | 6 months ago

Health care workers could receive $10,000 pandemic bonus pay under new bill

"Newly proposed legislation, Assembly member AL Merits Uchi representing southern L. A County co authored the health care worker recognition bill, he says here okay is well deserved and may also help retain healthcare workers burnt out after a long year dealing with a pandemic. Married. Suki says Frontline workers could see up to $10,000 of bonus pay if they've worked during the pandemic. Los Angeles animal shelters are now now no no no kill kill kill

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Myanmar Erupts in Protests After Military Coup

BBC World Service

05:28 min | 8 months ago

Myanmar Erupts in Protests After Military Coup

"Seeing members of the civilian government arrested on military vehicles back on the move has sent a shudder of apprehension across Myanmar people. The BBC has contacted their have spoken of their fear about what comes next. The military coup has taken the outside world by surprise, too. The United States government has announced it will rethink its decision on sanctions, which were lifted in light of the moves towards democracy since 2010 at night people in towns and cities in Myanmar bang pots and pans in protest of the military takeover. Jonathan head. Military coups. Real hunters taking over with uniforms, lots of braid and tanks on the streets. It becomes such an aberration that when they do happen, there is always an element of disbelief. It's as though a part of our breakneck technology driven world is suddenly catapulted back Toe a bad movie from the 19 seventies. One that took place in Mama on Monday was especially baffling as it was carried out by an army which had designed the Democratic system it over through and it kept so much political power under it. Coup seemed unnecessary. And it deposed, uncensored uchi, a leader once idolized as a fearless champion of freedom but who in defending the military against charges of genocide was then denounced as a fallen angel. Gamma is a fearfully complicated country with a history, which has bean traumatic even by Southeast Asia's turbulence standards. Get the rest of the world has bean unable to see it this way because of the overpowering draw of a woman veiled in a mythical aura, combining fragile femininity with steely resolve magnetic charm. With imperious detachment. She was the stuff of fairy tales, holding out a loan against an antediluvian and brutal military and eventually cajoling them into giving the Burmese people free elections. And in huge numbers, they chose her. That narrative, though, has been hard to square with the woman who also appeared callously insensitive to the horrors endured by Muslim RA hinges on her watch. Now we're being asked to reengage with uncensored DCI in military custody Once more. I've seen lively debates among engaged Burma watches over whether she should be supported again as the imprisoned symbol of her people's democratic aspirations. Or not, because of the many undemocratic impulses she showed, is the country's defacto leader. How did we get so focused on this one person in a country of 55 million and in a region with so many other woeful tales of injustice that deserve our attention. Partly it's about timing. Went on sans Souci first emerged as a political figure in 1988 on what was supposed to be a short trip home from Britain, where she lived with her British husband and two sons, Burma as it was then called Was little known trapped in military imposed isolation. A terrible repression of the protest movement. She led on the start of her long incarceration coincided with the collapse of communism in Europe and the rise of a new World order. In which it was hoped Western or U. N. Led intervention could write many of the world's wrongs. She was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1991, just a year after the release of Nelson Mandela from prison, and it was hard not to see similarities in their dignity and fortitude. Like Mandela, uncensored cheese. Long periods of isolation under house arrest meant that few got to know her well, and the world instead projected an ideal ized version onto a complex and difficult personality. She came to embody the optimistic belief that the arc of history in the memorable phrase used by President Obama, whose visit to Myanmar marks the high point of uncensored cheese reputation. Was bending inevitably towards democracy and freedom. Fast forward to this year, and all that optimism has long since dissolved in the disappointments in Afghanistan and Iraq in a global financial crash in bitterly polarized politics. And now a pandemic. Few believe anymore in the kind of miracles that Myanmar's transition to democracy was once thought to be. United Nations Security Council, the embryonic world government that never, Watts has mastered a statement of concern over Mama, which failed even to mention the coup the illegal overthrow of an elected government. On San Souci is now being charged with the laughable a fence of possessing illegal walkie talkies. That will be enough, though for the hunter to disqualify her from the new election. It's promising to hold eventually. Have done this to her before, but she is now 75 years old. If she manages another political reincarnation, the generals are betting she'll no longer be the resolute figure they've bean unable to beat for so long. And perhaps it's time for all of us. Even the party she founded and has dominated for more than three decades to let go of the woman. They still call Mother Sue and the Lady. And to seek younger personalities who can chart Myanmar's future.

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Myanmar's ousted leader charged after military coup

Here & Now

04:58 min | 8 months ago

Myanmar's ousted leader charged after military coup

"In Myanmar, the military is prosecuting the country's civilian leader, Aung Song Sushi. This development comes just two days after soldiers ousted the democratically elected government in a coup. Plunging me and mar into turmoil. The charges against on songs uchi are obscure, but she could be banned from holding political office ever again. The BBC's Jonathan head is with us now on Skype in Bangkok and Jonathan tell us more about this charge on songs who'd she accused of illegally importing walkie talkies? Well, I mean, she's been the head of state for the last five years. She has a very significant security detail. This isn't her home in the capital, Never doors where she lives. When she's in government. It's a very absurd charge. Everybody in Yemen will see this for what it is, which is a transparently cynical maneuver. By the military to disqualify her from office. This is their big challenge. You've got to remember they have bean Badly with this woman for more than 30 years, trying to neutralize her as a political opponent, and they failed every time every election on San Souci has contested and remember, she contested her first election way back in 1990. She won with a massive majority. And they need to find some way. If they're going to hold an election again, and they're promising people they will eventually of getting her out of the picture. Because her popularity remains undimmed inside Myanmar. The election, her party one last November was largely a result of her personal popularity. It would seem almost laughable, wouldn't it if it weren't so serious? These charges that he's facing that she could spend three years in prison if she's convicted. Have we heard from her? Do we know where she is at this point? Neither she nor the president who was her ally have been heard from, and I think there's a lot of worry about just how hard line this military hunter is going to be in the history of Myanmar has been very unhappy. The military has been both brutal, repressive. Very isolationist, a swell in the past. It's a different age. Now. Of course, you know, younger Burmese have known 10. Years of freedom on Dave got these days. Social media when I used to go into Myanmar 20 years ago. But it was firmly under military rule. There were no mobile phones at all. There were barely any phones. There was no Internet s O in a different age. It might be much harder for the military to impose on a very angry country. People who mostly voted for insensitivity on the military. Has any given itself one year so far of emergency rule to try and fix things so that its own party can do better in elections, and that was the grievance that started this group. They're saying that you know there must have been cheating because the military's party did disastrously badly in last November's election. Well, Jonathan, you say the military plans to do this for one year, but could that be a cover for something that ends up being much, much longer term? Nobody's gonna bet it's just one year when they remember what happened in 1990. The military held an election, then a much younger and sense. Uchi ran shops them by winning and they talked then about restoring democracy, and it took more than 20 years before Myanmar moved back to elected governments. Think don't think anybody could bear to consider that they might do that again, but it's a very different era. Now. I think the military for all they have a very xenophobic mindset that's often very hard for outsiders to fathom, are probably pragmatic enough to know they can't repeat what they did in the past. It's not clear whether they gotta clear game plan on us. You know whether they really believe they can hold an election in the year to some degree, you know they're making it up as they go along, You said the people of Myanmar are angry. Is there a possibility that they could apply any pressure to the military? Would that just be incredibly dangerous? I mean, what kind of power to the people of Myanmar have that's going to be interesting test. People in Yemen ovary well that in the past When people have come out on the streets, and it was only ever a moments of acute economic distress. They did it. The military basically shot them down in very large numbers. This military is brutal. Even by the standards of brutal militaries around the world. They will kill people and people know it. What was seen in the beginning is people using social media calling for campaigns on social media. We've seen doctors starting some kind of a boycott, not wanting to work with the military authorities. It's been a real shock this coup. I don't think many people saw it coming, and not many people believe that the military will be so brazen. After such a stunning election victory, for instance, Uchi said, people have got to work out what they'll do. But in the end, you know the military started the transition to democracy more than a decade ago because they recognize that the country was in a disastrous state. Under 50 years of military rule. Those same military guys have just launched this coup. They've got to figure out a way back to some kind off. Normal elected government is just not clear. How they could do that, while retaining their own kind of monopoly on power, which they seem to want to do. The BBC's Jonathan head in Bangkok, Jonathan, Thank you, thank you.

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"uchi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:37 min | 9 months ago

"uchi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Go and find a way to smuggle myself into Burma and interview on since Uchi while she was under house arrest, all because I believed in the power of her Words in the power of truth to challenge this terrifying, authoritarian government. After their interview, Amaryllis was arrested and interrogated by the state police. She managed to smuggle the footage out anyway by wrapping it up in plastic and actually hiding it in herself, like a tampon. So needless to say, she was committed to our cause, and she became a serious journalist focusing on Southeast Asia, following in the footsteps of other journalism giants covering international content. It's winter and Oxford and I make my way over to our little subterranean college bar. With windows that are always kind of covered in condensation. And I ask the barman to make me a hot toddy and I'm waiting for my medicine and I see on the television set. That Danny's been beheaded. So that's Daniel Pearl. He was the South Asia Bureau chief of The Wall Street Journal. On what covering a story in Karachi, Pakistan. He was kidnapped and later executed. He.

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"uchi" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:21 min | 11 months ago

"uchi" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Drag down economies the S and P 500 down over 3% in mid day training after tumbling earlier 3.1% Headed for a third straight day of losses. It's already down 4.6% this week and threatening to post his biggest fall since March. Markets were dropping even more sharply in Europe, where investigate, investors are bracing for more restrictions to slow the spread of the virus. Crude oil prices have been tumbling Treasury yields fell again, Germany says it's going into a shutdown of all theaters and restaurants for the next four weeks. Illinois surpassed 6000 New Daily Cove. It 19 cases for the second time this week. 6110 people testing positive for Corona virus in Illinois. There were 51 deaths over the last 24 hours. The state's positivity right now 6.7% today the governor announcing new Mitigations for Region nine now that includes Lake and McHenry counties starting Saturday. They're into a restaurant service will be halted. Gatherings will be limited to 25 people or 25% capacity. Lake and McHenry will be joining DuPage Kayne Can't Kiki counties with these mitigation suburban Cook one under the new rules today in the city of Chicago will go under these rules. Starting Friday, the governor will be giving his daily update coming up around 2 30 State of Illinois, halting some high school winter sports for now is Cove in 19 numbers continue to rise. And they include basketball leaders sitting down to talk about that today. The s a board of directors did hold the meeting here this morning. It wasn't a public meeting, so we're still working on getting the information. That was discussed at that meeting. Regardless, it likely will not change the governor's minds about winter SPORTS America on W G N News of the governor's announcement does not mean the entire seasons are white doubt. State health officials do plan to re evaluate in mid November. That's when the seasons were supposed to start. The family and attorneys for 19 year old Marcellus, Danette and 20 year old Toe. Fara Williams have dashcam and body cam video Now of the police officers shooting in Waukegan that killed PSINet uninjured William's last Tuesday. Attorney Antonio Roman Uchi says the officers and the officer involved did not turn on his body camera until after the shooting. He failed to turn it on at the appropriate time, which would have resolved These issues one way or the other. Those videos will be released publicly this afternoon. Attorneys are calling for a thorough investigation.

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Officers didn't have body cameras on during fatal shooting, attorneys say

Anna Davlantes

00:33 sec | 11 months ago

Officers didn't have body cameras on during fatal shooting, attorneys say

"Year old Marcellus, Danette and 20 year old Toe. Fara Williams have dashcam and body cam video Now of the police officers shooting in Waukegan that killed PSINet uninjured William's last Tuesday. Attorney Antonio Roman Uchi says the officers and the officer involved did not turn on his body camera until after the shooting. He failed to turn it on at at the the appropriate appropriate time, time, which which would would have have resolved resolved These These issues issues one one way way or or the the other. other. Those Those videos videos will will be be released released publicly publicly this this afternoon. afternoon. Attorneys Attorneys are are calling calling for for a a thorough thorough investigation investigation by Illinois State police Today Marks 13

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"uchi" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:58 min | 11 months ago

"uchi" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Why boy? Is that team? Terrible. Oh, my goodness. That just just awful. There's a high school teams that are better. I think. Joining us now to talk about it is AH sports director Steve Lamb steps up its hit by Bostick on Flags come flying. No question. Don's helmet is off, and he's still down. We speak all the time about playing for one another protect one another. That definitely was probably not the response that you would expect Cowboy's head coach Mike McCarthy. Another Monday morning here on Cliff Talkingabout, another Cowboys lost Steve Lamb is here Feel like it's ground Hog day. Doing this a lot lately about Benvenuti never thought he would be playing Ben who, exactly, That's if you ask people yesterday, they could have told you. The third string quarterback Ben Bernucci had been sitting on the sideline watching the the chaos of this season. Watching deck will lose his season. What now Dalton goes down, and it's all because there's nobody there to protect those quarterbacks. I can't imagine that Ben Uchi is is in a big hurry to get out there well, I mean, I know that's what he does. We might find out next Monday night at Philadelphia because Andy Dalton now is going to have to go through this concussion protocol. The story that a lot of people are talking about and I'm gonna play Rodney Harrison last night on NBC Sports. With Mike Tirico. McCarthy. He doesn't say it, but you could tell by his emotion. He was not happy that his players did not rush out. Onto the field and somebody take a shot at the guy who knocked Dalton out of the game. The reaction by the Dallas Cowboys Rodney to the hit on Andy Dalton. Just embarrassing, man,.

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"uchi" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"uchi" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"IndyCar Series, Davey the day that Scott Nixon his habit, he's let three times he's given it up, basically because of the Window from time to time. He's let 65 left. Yeah, and had at one point of 12 2nd lead over Saad are running second and then Rossi had over. You know 13 14 2nd lead over Rossi in that third position, So right now he's making it look easy, Mark. I know there's a long ways to go people. They're going to be happy about this right now. I have to stop is passion O power. Castro Neves feed these guys. Go around the other strategy. Actually one lap down. This is going to allow them to get their lap back. But they're gonna have to get busy and hope for another yellow later. Well, one of the guys that I think the big beneficiary of this caution was Alonso, who was close to go on a lap down, unfortunately, had just enough speed right in front of Scott Dixon to not slow Dixon down and probably allowed Dixon to save some fuel. A cz. Well, so he put himself in a good position not to go up down. He's the last guy right now. In the lead lap now, other than Dixon, who do we like? I mean, we've seen guys with one That seems to be the fastest to be right now. Stan Tino Fruit. You can't count fruit you got he finds himself in that fifth position right now, plus 19 spots on the day. I think if he just plays a cool, calm and collected, he and he definitely has opportunity, But you know, Sado was in front row is on the outside of Dixon. He has a great opportunity. And don't be surprised that pole sitter still in fourth place, Marco Andretti said. Hey, I'm ready for a war out there day. I don't I don't have to lead every lap. I just want to be there, And here comes Dixon down Pit road right now. Yes, And he's being followed by plenty of friends. And that's those that are running behind him, Sado Rossi and ready for Uchi Hunter, Rey and Mork coming to pit road. Let's start the calls with Ryan Marine one another smooth.

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"uchi" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"uchi" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Victims in shot every day kids getting shot. Her mother, Tammy Adams is recovering in the hospital. Three boys were arrested after allegedly punching and robbing a woman in Lincoln Park, police said. A 23 year old woman was walking in the 2000 block of North Sheffield about 10:45 P.m. last night, Officers said the three boys approached her and attempted to take her purse. The woman resisted and then the woman than the boys punched her and threw her to the ground, according to police. Boys then took off with the person we're arrested later at the Armitage Brown line station. Charges are pending. The woman suffered minor injuries. Police say she declined medical attention. Lawyers filed an additional 600 lawsuits Friday against Theragenics over its plants and bowling Brook. They claim carcinogens in the air from the plant caused everything from miscarriages to cancer in neighbors living nearby. This is on top of the dozens of lawsuits, which were already filed. Attorney Anthony Roman uchi goal of the litigation is to make that attempt is to see. Can we make them hope? But we know that in this circumstance, even money can't make them whole, But it certainly can try weaken, do our best. Sarah Jennings facility's been close since 2019. The company says it emphasized it empathizes with those who are battling cancer, but denies that its facility contributed to any illness. And with E. N. BA playoffs in full swing, Some experts say fans have noticed this year's match up seemed to be tighter than in years past. It may not just be in your head, maybe sees Jinnai. Norman has more games have been on fire. But there are new obstacles due to what's been labeled the bubble effect. There is no home court advantage for these teams. There's no real home crowd to fuel these home teams. So Tina's games are being tighter. Young players are playing better not having to be in adverse conditions, and overall, it seems much more even playing field. Then let's keep the sports train. Roland. Here's Jo brand, Take it down six home runs in Game one of the crosstown classic last night and all of them coming from the South Siders. There's a high fly ball to dead center field. This ball is going to be way out of Wrigley Field almost to the scoreboard and left. That's a two run homer for Grand All his second of the year on the White Sox have taken an eight and nothing lead here in the top of the fourth inning. That's Andy Maser on Randal's second homer of the season, his first experience in the White Sox cub rivalry. These guys, you gotta play hard, you can't really Lay down for too long, because unimportant given time. They're going taking score. 56 runs off you. So what? I guess so consulting with the right So it's gonna be a fun series for the next For five years. Dallas Kaiko complimenting with eight innings of one run baseball, it's now six straight wins for the socks after they beat the Cubs. 10 to 1 at Siri's will continue tonight. Reynaldo Lopez against the ace Kyle Hendricks pregame show's at 6 40. First pitch at 7 15 right here on 7 20. W G. N Within officially being the offseason, Blackhawks General manager Stan Bowman thinks that it's important to be patient with his upcoming free agents. We're not going to drag it out, but sometimes things stay time. It's a negotiation with a lot of these players and when its right is when things happen, Drake, a jeweler Dylan Stroman, Slater. Cuckoo are all restricted free agents. Goaltender Corey Crawford is unrestricted. Despite a player testing positive for covert 19. The Chicago fire are still planning on playing Cincinnati on Tuesday at Soldier Field and later today in the W N b A. The Chicago Sky play the Indiana Fever on the home of the black locks, Northwestern Wildcats and Chicago White Sox baseball, Jo Brand WG.

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"uchi" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"uchi" Discussed on 710 WOR

"You trust. 7 10 W. O R. Voice of New York and I heart radio stations Way have 77 degrees. Partly cloudy skies at midnight. Good morning. I'm Steve Greenfield State of emergency has been declared in Connecticut, downstate New York and New Jersey. Currently, more than 385,000 customers in the Garden State are still without power. Following Tropical Storm Lisa is ending it could be days until some have service restored. James Flippen has Mohr on Governor Phil Murphy's comments. Murphy and the State Board of Utilities say the hope is to have service restored to 80% of customers by Friday night as the state's energy distribution system was considerably damaged. The legacy of this storm is going to be power outages at the storm's height, roughly 1.4 million households with without power. One such town alum Uchi in Warren County saw 90% of residents lose power at one point. Out of state crews there helping out and governor Murphy says they're making sure covert 19 concerns are attended to their part of our discussions with the electric service providers is one of the protocols, etcetera. So, as they say, if it isn't one thing, it's another James Flippen w o R new. Meanwhile, Nassau County executive Laura Current is blasting P S C and G Long Island concerning the utility company's response toe. Storm as well, specifically criticizing the lack of communication between PS CNG customers and adding the many said they were simply unable to get through. So it's my number one priority. Now open up those lines of communication to make sure people are getting the information and to get the answers from P s G that people really need. The utility company called the Tropical Storm, one of the strongest and most significant wind events to hit the region in years. It doesn't appear that Jim's malls or indoor dining will be allowed to operate for a while. In New York City, Mayor De Blasio says there's no timeline and thinks that those type of businesses with high risk for Corona virus spread will be re evaluated after Labor Day. Originally they were projected open sooner but not allowed with the rest of phase for re opening When push came to shove, health officials learned that indoor gatherings in those settings were traced to clusters of virus cases elsewhere in the nation. New York City authorities will be monitoring bridges, tunnels and transit hubs to better enforce the out of state Current virus quarantine rules as well that the mayor saying authorities will gather information from those coming in from the states. Under the quarantine list, we will have checkpoints at key entry points to the city. Travelers coming in from those states will be given information about the quarantine that will be reminded that it is required. There are 35 states and territories with high virus infection rates, and residents from those states coming to New York must have the quarantine in place for two weeks. They will complete travel.

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"uchi" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"uchi" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"For that. We just might hit that 19 inch after all, huh? Oh, it's already happened. I have a buddy that fished it two days ago and got 2 20 Oh, my goodness. Well, good. Good luck. I'll be dying to hear about that. We will talk about it the next time and hopefully I'll have a couple of those twenties myself. Okay. Thank you. So much for taking the effort, making the effort to call in this morning. Good luck today. Thank you, Bobby. Have a good day. Take it easy. Kyle Wise Headhunter Guide service. The final like that. Marrow marrow is exactly what he's doing. You wantto learn out official like you look for guys like that. His number 2095313966 That's 2095313966 Headhunter guide service after the break, Brian Rick Uchi from Lake Alma, nor I deserve a reward. After up, I found our dream house is a pickle. But I found out how much the house was going to cost a passage. I found us the perfect Morgan. But then I found that the house had radar. The radioactive gas. That's the second leading cause of lung cancer. Who picked last on the phone number to call 1 800 s. O s radar where you get all the information you need to test your home and fix a rate on problem. No, I've got some ice cream with this pickle. Are you trying to tell me something? Protect your family from Radan Call 1 800 S. O s are radio in 1 800 US. Radar..

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"uchi" Discussed on The College Draft With Ross Tucker

The College Draft With Ross Tucker

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"uchi" Discussed on The College Draft With Ross Tucker

"They're kind of flying blind and and you get some wacky grades back through those lists and find some guys that were raiding his top five players in their senior class. And and you know, in some cases, they were fifth sixth round picks. So you gotta take that with a grain of salt, but I could definitely definitely understand frustrated when you're on a team and and seeing some of those grades pop up and going, are you are you, you got him draftable guy and I'm a reject. How does that work? Well, and what's what's funny about that? Just to piggyback off that you're a thousand percent right that it helped greatly that we had. Another guy that had a draftable grade and was a freak of nature into play in nine years because every scout did come through. And so a bunch of them would sit down with us and meet with us or they'd look at my tape. And even though I'd gotten to reject raid, the Princeton coaches said, no, you need to look at this guy to so. And we even had like Mike Tyson was the Vikings o line coach. He came through Frankford uchi ended up coming through. And then when I got cut by Washington, he was the Bengals assistant line coach and he worked this out. And then when I got cut my second year by Washington, he was the Cowboys o line coach and pick me up off waivers because of that workout, you know. So it's that part of it's crazy the foot. There's a flip side though to Daniel which you appreciate his. I remember talking with Ryan Grigson and he said Ross, I was the northeast cow for the eagles I came through and he's like, I made a mistake that I'll never make again. And I said, what was that? He's like, I just. I couldn't get my head around the idea that an Ivy league school had to legit, NFL Lyman, let alone threes. He's just he's, he's like, I just didn't think there was any chance at that was possible. And that was back when you're in the late nineties. Nobody really from the Ivy league was going. It's a lot different now. I think there was thirteen Harvard guys and training camps last year. So the Ivy leagues been churning out a lot of guys recently, but back then it wasn't like that. And so the positive was everybody came through. The negative was, I guess, was that Gregson said he'll never make that mistake again, but he could not. He couldn't fathom that one Ivy league school. Had you know, two or three guys at the same position. Yeah, there's weird years like that though. Not even just the Ivy league. I mean, I think back to a couple of years ago, I think it was, yeah, it was southern Utah that had like three draftable players. You know, you might go seven, eight years without seeing the players get drafted from southern Utah, but they had Killebrew who went to the lion's. They had Shawn Syms who's nice corner for the titans have one of the players. Well, as three guys from a school like not. So you'd never you never know. Where they're gonna come from, but it does. The coach does play a big role in that because I can't tell you the number of times I've gone into schools on scholarships to see clear x. and you go talk to the position coach and he goes, you know what? This, I get, you know, he'd tested well, and, and you guys are interested him. He's not the best player in this position room, which left the team and tell you about another player, and then it turns out the coach knows what he's talking about. We get carried away with the with the testing numbers and the lucite who the better football player isn't. Sometimes coach can set you straight there..

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"uchi" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"uchi" Discussed on Pop Shop

"It's really interesting yeah and did she did you always know her as someone who didn't music or is this something new no we both we both met before both we will did music i mean we always like used to play guitar covers and stuff yeah like just really like for fun never yeah it's called she yes she just started like actually playing shows last year because she was living in korea in soviet cool and what's your other one my other one is a adora video and it's called lupita guitar the song and he's also from like a really close friend and he's from new york and he's actually opening the show tonight that would would and i don't know school because the kind of music he does is something that i wouldn't even know how to like call it it's pub it's rug but it's but it's like it's everything in between yeah and i don't listen to like anything similar to that but he really reminds me to a lot of things that i do listen from michael jackson onto the rolling sound like the weirdest mix also yeah i'm excited to see him tonight that's cool and less at least what were your picks nine swear some hit them and i like it because it's one of the twenty albums can be head on the end last year but this one they did with mute hi and i just like the whole sogo jill and the other son a co again might a little reiter because it's very simply of the keeper.

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"uchi" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"uchi" Discussed on Pop Shop

"Yeah like probably should talked about this on the last podcast but like it's so good this out it's like one of my absolute favorites of it's just like it's really impressive for debut it's so so good yeah and it's just i mean i guess before i talk about this song i mean yeah the album itself is like so stylistically diverse like it really like covers i don't wanna say most styles because it's not like there's like edm on it but like a lot of ground this covers a lot of ground there's you know there's latin influences there's hip hop influences more straightforward in be more like seventies soul a little bit of rock a little bit of latin it's just it's fantastic and i almost like i i know i picked this was hate that i picked this on because this very much feels like the one i'm focusing on it sounds very amy wine houses in a way that is not really representative of her sound overall but i do think that it's just still like one of the best songs i've heard this year like this is like i'm constantly spending it yeah but yeah it's so like wine house like throwback kind of little girl grew a little motown flavor it's just it's so good the beginning of it like the first few seconds i greece's one of my favorite movies i love that movie and for whatever reason i picked the first few seconds of the song during the scene of the high school dance familiar guys i would but it just like it really like transported me to that stall jake about yeah i guess that's what i'm getting here which is just cool and unexpected and then it sort of goes down a different path from there.

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"uchi" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"uchi" Discussed on Pop Shop

"Oh interesting little factoid but but yeah i'm big fan so i was excited about these yeah i am too and you know yes she's always been eccentric but i've just always associated her with like the slow sad like whatever song was in new moon or one of the twilight movies like that to me is her forever vibe so this is really fun to see her comeback and just like go into something sort of different in new for herself and it works really well yeah i disagree i love her i definitely prefer her more in the sad like girl group like vaguely countrytinged territory yeah i will say i liked hard rain i think that's really interesting and the other production is so cool and i like the hip hop excuse me hip up influence in it but it's not totally overwhelming but i did find for me at least deep end was just like a little too much like i don't know just like going into the like pop and be territory and too far away from what she'd chew far and and also just like her like doing a trap influenced song like i don't i mean sure maybe she's a fan of that but it it seemed a little disingenuous or just didn't feel real to me in a way like kind of that like i don't know like i'll pop singer like does trap influence music now it's kind of like what like yeah no it just made me on the bandwagon like a real create i mean she probably does like.

"uchi" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"uchi" Discussed on Pop Shop

"Hey everybody and welcome to the billboard dot com pop shop podcast my name is keith caufield in i m the co director of charts at billboard and today on the show we've got must hear music with billboards deputy editor digital joe lynch as always the billboard pop shop podcast is your one stop shop for all things pop on billboard's weekly charts in addition you can always count on a lively discussion about the latest pop news fun chart stats and stories new music and guests interviews with music stars and folks from the world do pop but first before we get started if you enjoy the podcast you can subscribe to us on your favorite podcast provider or i tunes and that way you won't miss a single episode and heck if you want to check out more podcasts from billboard you can visit billboard dot com slash podcasts okay so on a muster music today joe and the team will be chatting about new music from audit hyundai likly and jake cole and more now enquiring chart minds would like to know will arianna guerande get her first number one on the billboard hot one hundred chart with no tears left to cry her brand new single unbelievably arianna has yet to have a number one on the hot one hundred though she's had eight top ten singles and she's gone as high as number two with problem back in two thousand fourteen bang bang hit number three break free hit number four side to side hit number four but somehow a number one song on the hot one hundred has continued to elude the pop princess will that change with her new single only time will tell in the meantime we can hang out with joe and the team and talk all about new music on must hear music.

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