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"wla " Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

08:21 min | 3 weeks ago

"wla " Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"New program called take one, 4 p.m. on Sundays in which we interview the big newsmakers and dissect the weeks political events. 4 p.m. sending here an 8 90 WLA. From the NYPD to the Secret Service to behind the microphone, taking the fight to the radical left and the putrid swamp, you're listening to the Dan bongino show. Here he is, Dan bongino. All right, so I ran for office quite a bit and lost and it sucked. Wow, hold on, breaking news, the fed lifts the rate by three quarters of a point again. Signals plans to keep raising rates and see what happens to the market. Now that came out, I think that was, oh, it's going up. I think maybe the anticipated worth. But I ran for office, I lost close don't matter. But a lot of people help me out and maybe politics isn't my bag of donuts, maybe helping people is my bag of donuts. So I want to invite this candidate on a former police officer detective when Brooklyn north, that's where I work, and he's running in New York for, which for those New York listeners rouse his nassar county Long Island. Anthony PDS. Anthony, welcome to the show. Dan, thanks for having me, my man. Yeah, I guess I'm a mutual friend, one of my Friends reached out. My buddy Brian, he's like, hey man, you got to have this guy on. He's making a real play out here on Long Island for the seat that the Democrats shockingly have gotten their mitts on. Nassau county and Suffolk county Long Island, which are like the suburbs of New York City folks for those other listeners around the country. That's traditionally was a Republican area when I grew up and then the Democrats got their mitts on it, but I'm hearing some things out there that you've got the Democrats really freaked out. They dumped them on a bunch of money to the seat to save it. Yeah, well, the mets are coming off. The other day, Nancy Pelosi's fund her pack, I think, put about $1.4 million in my opponent. Now, this is a seat that's been held in Democrat hands for 25 years and prior to the redistricting. It's a district that Biden won with double digits. So cook political report and Fox News both shifted the race yesterday to a toss up. I ran in this in part to this district for three times now. I ran in 1617 and 21. And I am confident that on Tuesday night, we are going to flip this seat from blue to red. Well, I'm pretty confident, too. That we started out on the wrong foot though. I have to say, you have in your bio mets fan. Now, my producer, and now he's going to want to have you on multiple times because he's a huge mets fan. I mean, his blood is actually orange blue and white. He bleeds that out. I'm a Yankees guy though. So I've been suffering my whole life. Yeah, yeah, that's true. So I feel bad you've got to say, no, listen, I don't hate them, that's a big Yankees fan, but me and my step brother used to fight about who is better. Ron guidry or Dwight good and growing up. We actually had Ron guidry on the show was cool. But you being a former police officer. Nobody understands better. The degrading public safety situation, both on Long Island and in New York City better than you. I don't know when you were on Anthony. I got on in 95, would probably like the same cohort roughly, but remember broken windows where we locked up people for like the little stuff, like minor assaults and things, and you took the bad guys off the street. It's the exact opposite now. They let everybody out for anything, even the serious stuff and crimes running wild. Absolutely. I mean, I remember the days where you'd stop somebody for urinating in public or a bike on the sidewalk and that led to a loaded gun. But it's the world is upside down. And instead of focusing on what we should be, which is taking criminals off the street, prosecuting them and keeping them in jail, where embracing them or coddling them and we're giving them baseball tickets to return to court. It's absolutely ridiculous. And listen, my opponent knows knows what the issues are. You know it's the people in the fourth congressional district of focused on cost of living. They're focused on inflation and they're focused on crime. And instead of trying to understand that she instead is attacking my career as an NYPD detective, she has that liberal rig to daily news writing stories from the on a regular basis. The daily news. It's a clown pickup. Yeah. They're now attacking me about lawsuits that I had as an active detective over 600 arrests when I retired. And I had, I think, $80,000 in settlements. And they don't realize that sometimes that's just doing real police work. And the courts, especially in the city, often settle with these perpetrators just to get things off their plate. But that's what she focused on. She wants to focus on things in my career instead of the fact that I've spent my adult life in the public safety world, whether it was as a fire chief in the community that I grew up in an island park or as a New York City detective. And we focused on crime and that's what people are concerned about. And she has aligned herself with people like Todd Kaminsky, she's campaigned with him. She's donated over $320,000 out of her campaign funds to the men and women who architect voted on and have been the proponents of criminal justice reform and cashless bail. When she ran for supervisor of the town of Hempstead, she ran under the working families party, which flat out has called for the defunding of police. And what we need to realize is this is national county. This is a place where we have the opportunity to now have boots on the ground representation and someone in the halls of Capitol Hill that are going to deliver the real message for the people of Nassau. We're talking to Anthony D esposito running for Congress, congressional district four in my home state of New York where I grew up. Anthony, I know Nassau and Suffolk well, I was an agent out there for years with the Secret Service. I grew up out there. I lived in montauk. I lived in Suffolk out and seldon and smithtown. I no Long Island well, my brother lives up there now so does the mutual friend we have in common. There are three big issues right now as I see it up there. One of the biggest right now is education with the kids. The CRT stuff in school has even some Democrat parents I know on Long Island. Absolutely furious about the CRT and the drag queen story hour stuff. This is going to, I believe, drive an enormous number of suburban mother votes over to our side and the Republican side and could benefit the Anthony D esposito campaign for Congress. Absolutely. And especially in this district where there's such a heavy population of the orthodox community and a lot of people who send their kids to Catholic school, I was a product of shama high school. And we have this far left method of trying to push substantial equivalency into our schools where the state legislature actually wants to say that if you go to a private school, that means the local school district is going to oversee what's being taught in schools. And it's absolutely ridiculous. We need to stand up to it. And I think I agree with you wholeheartedly. It's definitely one of the things one of the issues that we're seeing that the left is pushing both on a state level. I mean, I know they tried about a year ago and they saw a lot of pushback and then they laid off a little bit. And then they pushed it again a few months ago and they saw the pushback. They laid off again. But make no mistake about it. If governor hulk will wins and they keep their majority in the Senate and the assembly, they are going to push this right through and shove it right down our throats. And we need to stand up to it. And we need to stand up to it by sending a clear message throughout Nassau county and Long Island that we are this isn't any more about a Republican or Democrat issue. This is about American issues. It's about Long Island issues and it's about common sense. And thankfully, the Republican Party and the team

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"wla " Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:31 min | Last month

"wla " Discussed on WTOP

"No officers were injured 44 year old el amine muti of Waldorf has been charged with brandishing and possession of a firearm, officials say additional charges are pending. A Virginia state lawmaker front and center to a controversy over a proposed bill related to young transgender people. Prince William county delegate Elizabeth Guzman is defending a bill that didn't get much attention when introduced two years ago. It's now at the center of some controversy after what she calls an inaccurate TV report. Guzman described the proposed measure as expanding the definition of child abuse to include physical or mental injury on kids because of their sexual orientation or gender identity. The recent WLA report said the bill would make it possible. For parents to face criminal charges if they don't affirm their child's sexual orientation and gender identity. Guzman responded on Twitter calling the report misleading. The Washington Post reports House minority leader Don Scott junior says, he spoke with Guzman and she has no intention of introducing the bill. Melissa Howell WTO P news. Meanwhile, a two year old boy is in critical condition tonight, found alone and unconscious. Outside of D.C. apartment complex. The boy was found about 9 p.m. Thursday night outside the Trinity Plaza apartments on Atlantic street in southwest by a passer by. D.C. police in a statement say they are investigating a physical abuse allegation, our news partners at NBC four report first responders from a nearby fire station help the child who was in cardiac arrest. He also apparently had bruises on his body. Police say they know the identity of the little boy and have been in touch with his guardian or parent, no charges have been filed, no

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"wla " Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:05 min | Last month

"wla " Discussed on WTOP

"I said, there was a fire, I made volunteers to get the books out ASAP, and look what happened. One of those volunteers, Lawrence Norris, tells NBC four. I got the email like at ten minutes to ten, as a matter of fact. And I guess I was here by ten minutes after ten. No one was injured in the fire, but because of it, there will not be service tomorrow in the church, though there is an outdoor Sunday service being planned there. A Virginia state lawmaker is at the center of a controversy over a proposed bill related to young transgender people. Prince William county delegate Elizabeth Guzman is defending a bill that didn't get much attention when introduced two years ago. It's now at the center of some controversy after what she calls an inaccurate TV report. Guzman described the proposed measure as expanding the definition of child abuse to include physical or mental injury on kids because of their sexual orientation or gender identity. The recent WLA reports said the bill would make it possible. For parents to face criminal charges if they don't affirm their child's sexual orientation and gender identity. Guzman responded on Twitter calling the report misleading. The Washington Post reports House minority leader Don Scott junior says, he spoke with Guzman and she has no intention of introducing the bill, Melissa Howell WTO P news. Virtual learning has replaced some snow days in prince George's county, but not all of the snow days, the Maryland Department of Education has given the prince George's county school district the okay to use virtual learning for some snow days and teacher professional days in the 2022 23 school year. The school district says snow days are not being eliminated and the school calendar still has plans for three days when students may not be in the classroom because of bad weather. However, if schools are closed for more than three days, then they can convert to virtual teaching and learning to avoid adding more days to the school calendar in June. Dan run, WTO P news. A scathing report from the U.S. Department of Housing and urban development claimed that D.C.'s housing authority has failed to provide safe and sanitary properties. I'm saddened by that report and embarrassed. That was mayor muriel Bowser's reaction and residents got a chance to speak their minds during a meeting hosted by the housing authority. Discussion on the report among the agency's director and the board was not made public, but when the agency did allow for public comment, residents like Marlene childs told their stories. 99 court. Some people spoke about gun violence outside their buildings and mold inside their units and Patricia malloy says when things break. Into the resume units, they are telling them they do not have material. They do not have money to purchase material. Many claim that their complaints to DHC a went unanswered and Karen settles scolded the board for that. We are better than this. Mike Morello, WTO P news. Coming up after traffic and weather, a U.S. Senate race that could decide which party controls the Senate is now considered a toss up. It's 9 O 7. Republican congressman Denver riggleman has a message for his fellow virginians. Listen up. This is not a typical political ad. I'm a Republican congressman saying nice things about a Democrat. Abigail spanberger and Congress, the party set apart and don't work together. Except Abigail. I'm Abigail spanberger and you deserve a Congress that works for you. It's why I've stood up to the leaders of both political parties, leading the charge to ban Congress from trading stocks against congressional pay raises and supporting term limits. She's trying to change Congress and make it work, and she's ranked the most bipartisan member of Congress from Virginia and 5th in the country. In the CIA, Abigail worked counter terrorism. She puts country first. That's why I support Abigail. I approve this message because Congress needs fixing, but I like a challenge. I'm Abigail spanberger, candidate for Congress, and I approve this message. Paid for by spanberger for Congress. Good morning, it's 9 O 8 to slow or clogged drains. Call Michael and son and get $100 off I trained cleaning today. Traffic

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"wla " Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:47 min | 3 months ago

"wla " Discussed on WGN Radio

"Segue to this is the lady that called earlier tonight, I think her name was Stacy. Yes. Okay, I have to tell you, I cry at card tricks. So if this makes me cry, ignore it, but I just want her to know that she's in my prayers and that she's not alone in her grieving. Yes. I'm going through it and I'm sure there's many people that are going through the same thing if that helps or at all. No, you're right. You're right. We're not alone and grief is just a trickster just when we think we're strong and we're doing well. That's when it hits us upside the head. And at the truth. You know, we have to be prepared for that undulation. And unfortunately, you know, the longer we're roaming the earth, the more people close to us aren't. And it is tough. So true. Yeah. So absolutely. I'm with you. 100%. And then getting in the music thing which is what I try to keep you anyway. I was going to say you played the song by James and Bobby, purify which I really like. And I was thinking, and I wrote down that when I was like, I don't know, 16 or something. I really like the song by them called out and about. And then when I was thinking about it, I'm like, I don't think they did that song. I think they did, I'm your puppet. They did, I'm your puppet, that was their biggest record. Okay, so they didn't do out and about that with somebody else entirely. I don't know. It's not coming to mind right now. It was some of it. It might have even been local. It might have even been local. It wasn't. You didn't hear it much at all. And we had a few local bands that actually got on the air here. We had the blue mob. Oh yeah. Yeah. Have you heard of the blue mob? Yeah. Really? Milwaukee's a very interesting area because a couple of jukebox owners had record labels. And so there was there was stuff out there. And of course, one of my 60s favorite soul groups of all time was absolutely Milwaukee and that's the esquires. They were Milwaukee. Well, where did you think they came from? Detroit, like all of the stuff. They were Milwaukee. They were the more family of Milwaukee. And yeah, absolutely. And bunkie shepherd in Chicago recorded some of that stuff, but I think there in the whammy Hall of Fame. Yeah, they, in some ways, put Milwaukee soul on the map would get on up and that was just oh, I remember that very well. Right, right, well as Gilbert Morris junior and yeah, one of the impressions, I think, heard him and then put him with monkey shepherd, you have with Betty Moore and Gilbert and albus. I don't think any of them are alive anymore. They originally were on kuka in sun Prairie, which is a local Wisconsin label. That's what I mean about, you know, there were tie into jukebox operators and all that. And Harvey scales, you know, that was Milwaukee too. So. Yeah. I'll be doing. Yeah, so you had a lot of interesting things going on there, not just things like the profits doing playgirl. There were actually, you know, that was kind of painful. But there was a lot of great soul. Did you ever hear of Eddie buds fans? Yes. Okay, they were fantastic. And everybody from around here, we flocked to see them at summerfest or anywhere they played. And we always wondered why they didn't go national, but if you've heard of them, then I guess they did. No, they really. They really didn't. That's the thing. I hesitated. No, and there's so many. You know, like, for instance, if the esquire has remained on kuka, no one would have ever heard of them. Distribution is the name of the game. And so, you know, when you can get on a label that has some distribution, you've got a chance. But you know, there were some there were some great soul stations in Milwaukee. So. Yeah. Yeah, so absolutely. You don't normally think of it, but it really is the case. And here I listen to after 7 o'clock at night when we could get Chicago, WLS dick yandy. Right. Well, dick, he was great, right? Right, but I was more of a WLA C girl listening to hos Allen and John aura. Definitely with any of that. All gut bucket blues. I mean, it was hardcore. Oh, but that's kind of funny. I'll say this quick because I really am trying to get off, so somebody else can get on. I have two things. One is it's funny that you said about gut bucket blues because Toronto was playing big Joe Turner. And I'm sitting here listening to a thinking it's you and I was like, well, I never saw Riley would play big show journal. And then they give the station identification and it's Toronto. That's funny. I did Monday night. I played Joe Turner. You're kidding. No, absolutely. I didn't hear what Monday night. Monday night on Monday night trivia. It was the first record I played. Oh, I'll be done. Yeah. All right, shows you what I know. You gotta listen Monday night. We'll see what comes up. Okay. All right, we'll see. Well, now that I've discovered no doze, I will be listening every night. No, no, no, no, please sleep this secret. Sleep when you can. You can always listen

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"wla " Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:37 min | 3 months ago

"wla " Discussed on WGN Radio

"Cheese and radio. I'm Riley James. I slim harpo 1961 on a fine Nashville label owned by Ernie young, not recorded in Nashville, however, and probably Louisiana, the production was a much better at that particular studio. Yeah, it was Katie Miller studio. And that was a big record in 61. Drink on all the R&B stations. And yeah, you can hear Louisiana through and through on that. We're talking to a Rick in Northern California. And I see on hold and we'll get to Wesley, that Rosetta tharp. There you go. That's her. Yes. I was just writing my mind and I had this pictures and views of her, like couldn't even think of what her neighborhood. So a big thanks to Wesley for that, Rosetta tharp. Yeah, so it's just, I would love to be here. You know, I noticed sometimes a lot of the very early jobs except for maybe a few of the WLA C and the Al Benson W or Chicago, I guess. We're talking 40s late 40s. I would love to hear what those air checks and the mix of the music was sounded like and how they came across in between the records. By the way, via when didn't exist till 63, but certainly Al Benson did, and there was GES and BEE and other places. And that would actually be 1961 because that is when the rules changed until 1961 it was absolutely not illegal for a distraction to take payola. Not only was it not illegal as long as they reported it and paid their taxes it was business as usual. And you'd look at labels like chess or not a Ernie young was very different that way, but certainly chess or syd Nathan at king. These people had jocks who were quote unquote on the payroll. They'd send them a weekly check, and they would expect that their records would be played. And this was business, like I said, as usual, because the disc jockey's picked their own records back then. Now because of that, it wasn't that they were necessarily Sterling entertainers. It was that they played great music. So the music became the extension of their personality. And you'd have to be plumb crazy to play stuff just for money that wasn't going to be accepted by the audience because you'd be out fairly quickly. So it had to be a thing where you were going to play the record you thought would sell and would be appealing. But you would also very commonly be getting money from the labels to play. And in some cases, you could almost, if it was an accelerator record, it was going to get played and it was going to be good, you know? Unlike some of the stuff that Randy would put out, of course, wasn't necessarily R&B. And I put out some wonderful R&B, but of course most of the dots stuff was just pop schmaltz all the way. A lot of money in that. But after 61, instead of the disk jockey picking their music now, the station because they were so afraid with the whole payola hearings that the discharges were going to take money anyway. So they would hire a music director program director. We used to laugh at oh good, now you just have to pay one person instead of 7. But be that as it may, the station started to have a much more unified sound, the disc jockeys had to be personalities because they were no longer picking the songs. And that was a real game changer. So when you're talking the 50s, the music was as different as the personality on the air. You could have three different personalities on the same station and it would sound like three different stations. Yeah. I guess, I mean, because you still have the common charts going back in. Yeah, of course. All the time, we refer to it like you would like when you hear Casey cases, American top 40, that would reflect on what most stations were playing commonly during the 70s as well as using the toy like the late 60s. Now you're talking to 60s and 70s, like I say, 61 is your line of demarcation. And so when we're talking in the 50s, you'll listen to an air check of an Alan fried and you'll say this guy is not a good disc jockey. Well, it didn't matter. It was the music he was playing, or in Los Angeles huggy boy, huggy boy was one of the worst district he's ever graced the airwaves. Oh God, you know, you know then, but the thing about dick hug is he knew that music. And that's why years later, when K earth hired him and they hired him, but wouldn't let him pick the music. I'm like, what? This is the worst of all worlds. He's not a disc jockey. He's only almost how to pick the music. Let him pick it. Well, they didn't. But because they didn't get it, they didn't understand. But so part of it was, if you're talking about shows where the Jacques was in charge of the music or not, that's a very big demarcation. When you look at going into the listings and I noticed it's not just in New York and places like Chicago or Philly, sometimes they wouldn't name the jock and the listing. It was just called the Harlem hit parade or and it was like basically they were just, for instance, squeeze in between the Spanish and the Italian hour. Right. Because what you're looking at is radio stations that were usually not tremendously successful. They were dollar a holler, they let people buy the time, like Al Benson, he bought the time. In fact, that's how he became Al Benson. He was a preacher originally, and they said, well, if you're a preacher, you can't sell commercials. He said, okay, then I'll be secular. And that was the deal deal there. But most people would not pick race music as their format of choice, the same way they would not pick country as their format of choice back then, because you weren't going to get national buys. You were limited right there. So the only people who were going to pick this format were stations that otherwise weren't going to succeed. Maybe they were daytimers run down at sundown, or they didn't have a great signal. They only covered a quarter of the market. These are people who are looking for their own niche. But even in the advertising agencies that would sponsor country and markets like Birmingham. No, and you know what's interesting is recent as 1974, that would have been like the third country radio seminar was held in the lobby of the airport Hilton in Nashville, and it didn't fill up the lobby, but one of the presentations was Ed Solomon at weep. And he was Pittsburgh bemoaning the fact that a station could be highly rated and if they were country, they weren't going to get to buy. And at the time, kick in Houston, which was very successful, started a campaign in the country by country. Because basically, just like today, the Spanish language stations, they can be number one in the market, but they don't get the same advertising dollars. It's not from the same pool. For obvious reasons. Well, back then, R&B and country were not considered general market formats. And so you could be number one, you were not going to get that by. And invariably, even into the really into the 80s, you could be number one with, say, urban and do very well, but rate wise you would not make anywhere near the kind of rates you would make if you were number one adult contemporary. And in fact, that's why when Jeff Smollett first bought a station in Los Angeles that had been K west, I had talked to him. This was like now in 1979, I said, I said, Jeff, here's my gift to you. Go urban. Well, I don't know. It's just go urban. Well, I don't know, I don't know anything about this music in these people. I said, you don't have to. The whole is that big. Well, there aren't that many black people. You're not appealing to black people. Look at the Hispanic population. You don't have any FM urban in the market. I'm going adults contemporary. That's where the money is. Yeah, but you'll be the 5th adult contemporary station. So, you know, he put on magic, which we all call tragic. And about three years later, he called, and he said, you know, Raleigh, I'm thinking about doing this urban. I said, great. And so he said, and he mentioned the name of the person he hired as a consultant, someone he would feel socially comfortable with. And I had said, well, Jeff, here's the deal. If you do it a 100% wrong, you're going to get a for share. If you do it with this guy, you'll probably get

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"wla " Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

Home Gadget Geeks

05:28 min | 4 months ago

"wla " Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

"And then a little chip, which is screwed into the back casing there. And then you just put the front casing on, excuse me, sorry, this cider is kind of coming up. Yeah. So my beer burp all the time. It's perfect. So yeah, so it's a very simple build. And you asked, how did I decide what's going in there? Obviously, there's a hundred micro decisions to kind of decide what's really going into a hardware product. But it kind of went down to me for so essentially when I built the out, there were three principles. I was really building it on. And I remember kind of thinking very deeply about this as I looked at other things in the market. And it was basically one I wanted to be simple, right? And by simple, I don't mean like cheap and bad because one of the things too is we've been rated as better sounding unanimously by every beta tester and everyone who has heard me better sounding than a Google Home or Amazon echo. And about the only times the Bluetooth speakers are ever considered better sounding than us is when they start getting compared to models that are about a $150 at retail versus our 80 to $90 speaker. So but I wanted to be simple in terms of just being very easy to use, right? Like basically plug and play takes less than a minute to actually set these up and then once they're set up, they just work. And so I spent a lot of time looking into exactly the technology we'd use. And of course, the hardware we'd require in the technology. So our specific board that we're building. Essentially, the chip we use to process all of this and the amount of memory we need in it. And so put a lot of energy and effort into kind of identifying that and making that work. The second principle was versatility. And so people have a lot of different household compositions and audio behaviors. So maybe you like listening to music, maybe like listening to podcasts, maybe like listen ASMR, right? Maybe you live with roommates, or you live with family, or you have guests over all the time. Or you just live alone. Maybe you have a giant house, maybe you have a small studio apartment. So just making these things these speakers as modular as possible without them needing to carry a bunch of very extra specific things. And so when I kind of thought about that, I was like, okay, it needs to kind of be small. It needs to really blend in with your home decor rather than try to be the centerpiece of it, right? And so when I started kind of thinking about it that way, it was like you get again a sono speaker and Sonos basically designs their thing to be not useful for studio apartment because not only are they expensive, they also design themselves in such a beautiful way that is going to catch your eye. And if you put that in a studio apartment, it's going to draw attention from that's the only thing you're really going to be like focused on probably the shiny little speaker compared to all the other your bed and everything else is in the room. And some people don't want that, right? And if you're in a bigger home, like maybe you've thought a lot about the artwork and the decor and all the stuff you put around, you don't want something that's just going to stand out and give that modern look when maybe you're going for a vintage look. So that's kind of like how I aligned a lot as well on the housing, the color, the size, all of those kind of things. To really just fit in and be flexible for whoever is using it. It just blends. And then finally, the last part was just privacy. And so part of that was like, I want something that works one with WLA and not through Internet server protocols. And so if you're not familiar, the Internet server protocols are like what Google homes in Equinox use, which is essentially that the speakers directly connected to the Internet at all times. And when you give it a request, it feeds that request to an Amazon server. The Amazon server processes it up in the cloud. And then if you want to play audio, for example, say play this on Spotify, the Amazon server then pings Spotify server and then Spotify server gives the approval to the Amazon server to then send that audio stream down to your speaker. And while that is cool, it makes the whole process clunky, but it also adds a lot of links in the chain that can be compromised to your home security. And so instead, if your speaker was only connected to your router, but didn't ever actually ping any Internet servers. Then it will never be accessible by something from the outside. And so only if you have a device that's already connected to your home Wi-Fi network to your router, can it then see that the speaker is also on your network and then do stuff with it. So that was kind of a thing too. So again, went into being like, all right. So we're also going to have no microphones. We're going to really regulate the kind of chipset and again the memory we're using. We don't need more memory that would be required to process Internet related things. And so it kind of made the whole thing much simpler. And then, of course, I kind of explained my acoustics to you already. So that's kind of what went into designing the speaker and kind of thinking what's really going to go in there. And what's going to stay out. So I like it. I like it. I like some of the choices. John asks on the chat or the name come from deal? Yes, yes, the deal like audio. So it may be a bad name. I don't know. But I like it. And essentially, the goal was to make audio simple, right? Because there's just no really easy and convenient way

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"wla " Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:53 min | 4 months ago

"wla " Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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WLS-AM 890

01:56 min | 5 months ago

"wla " Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"How fast was the water going So he went in and tried to save him They are still missing the search continues today Naked woman who stole a police SUV and ran over an officer after she was found laying in the street in west Garfield now faces a host of felony charges and misdemeanors for driving under a suspended license and having no insurance 34 year old whitley temple was not wearing clothes and intoxicated during the incident The officer was hospitalized and has been released 18 year old who allegedly shot and killed ten people at a buffalo supermarket now faces multiple federal charges as attorney general Merrick Garland visited the scene of the crime today Federal prosecutors charged Payton with committing a hate crime resulting in death in a hate crime involving bodily injury He's also charged with using a firearm to commit murder during a crime of violence a charge that carries the possibility of the death penalty The criminal complaints that gens motive for the mass shooting was to prevent black people from replacing white people and eliminating the white race and to inspire others to commit similar attacks at gendron's home the FBI said it found handwritten notes of apologizing to his family but also saying he had to do it for the future of the white race Aaron Kutcher's ABC News New York Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin meeting with data partners this morning in Brussels to coordinate aid to Ukraine among more than 40 countries Ukraine's president pleading for more weapons as Russian forces may gains in the east Secretary Austin says he's a close contact with Ukraine's defense minister We're working in lockstep to meet Ukraine's request for new capabilities Especially its need for long range fires armor and coastal defense U.S. officials say the Biden administration will announce today about $1 billion in new military aid to Ukraine WLS continues to partner with med global to help the people of Ukraine and if you would like to help you can go to WLA dot com and click on the events page WLS news time 1104.

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WLS-AM 890

01:32 min | 11 months ago

"wla " Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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WLS-AM 890

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"wla " Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Cook County news is an expert first the weather channel forecast Seasonably warm out there today a few showers possible later on this afternoon high to the upper 60s more showers tonight's strong possibly damaging winds possible tonight into Thursday morning from the weather channel I'm Ken boon WLA M 8 90 with another update in 30 minutes It's 59 in O'Hare 60 at midway and 59° at the lakefront pearl specialties olives are bursting with flavor and have the perfect Mediterranean twist to any holiday celebration Rock your recipes and snacks with pearl specialties Gourmet olives For quality you can trust look for the sunny yellow packaging get deals on ibarra Suburban Cook County has its first confirmed case of the omicron variant Cook County health officials say additional cases could soon follow but delta remains the dominant strain the person is asymptomatic and has received two doses of the vaccine health officials in Illinois reported the state's first case in a Chicago resident last week that resident was fully vaccinated and had received a booster shot The amount of COVID tests has hit new highs this month in Illinois positive results of an increasing in December governor pritzker stressing the importance of still wearing a mask and getting vaccinated And then once again reminding everybody especially in this holiday season especially as it gets colder that if you're going indoors with lots of people especially people you don't know Please be extra careful Please do go back to social distancing Please wear your mask If you're with people you don't know whether they're vaccinated or not The state 7 day positivity rate is 5.7% more than a dozen carjackings have been reported in Chicago's Lincoln park and Lake view neighborhoods this month alone Nearly 2000 carjackings have been reported in Chicago this year armed robberies are also way up in Lincoln park and Lake view A Chicago businessman is speaking out after his car dealership was robbed years nickel Joe barillo is gaining national media coverage after a smash and grab at his luxury auto dealership in Chicago the thugs making off with high end watches that were on display in cases perillo rented to a jeweler He tells ray Stevens on the Bruce Saint James show this morning You know Kim Fox is probably trying to be kind to these kids Don't put them in jail They're going to come out criminals She's signing their debt certificate These kids are going to pull a gun on the wrong guy He's going to show them okay They're going to live by the sword They're going to die by the sword Perillo says he's gotten calls from across the nation folks expressing their support and dismay that crime in Chicago has apparently gotten out of control Nick Gale 8 90 W LS news As President Biden tours Friday storm damage the Illinois state climatologist has December tornadoes are uncommon but not rare There have been about 96 tornadoes occurring in the month of December and Illinois between 1950 and 2020 so they do happen to state climatologists Trent Ford There's not a tornado season in Illinois and when we do get tornadoes in December as well as January February November as well They can actually be disproportionately impactful as far as fatalities and injuries Ford says it's likely because people aren't as alert for tornadoes in the winter and tornadoes are harder to see since it gets dark so early about 6% of all tornadoes that hit Illinois occur in December causing 6% of annual tornado for fatalities the last big December tornadoes in Illinois were in 2018 and 2015 Chicago public schools introducing a plan to make bathrooms gender inclusive for all students here's Kim Gordon Under the new guidelines there are three types of student bathrooms boys plus girls plus boys plus facilities have stalls and urinals while girls plus has just stalls Anyone is allowed to use either of those bathrooms and.

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The Tom Dupree Show

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"wla " Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"What you need to know today to raise the debt. Ceiling report didn't instant. Just got breaking news. It could all change checking in two three four times a day helps you keep up with life. Us radio six thirty. Wla in many years of investing. I've come to the following conclusions. First of all investing is not speculating. Investments driven by research. Take a great deal of risk out of the equation. Secondly investing properly takes time third. No amount of time can make poor investment. A good one. We would like to help you with this process. We are qualified to do so as a registered investment advisor and a fiduciary. We are able to provide you with an unbiased opinion. Concerning your investments cough depre- financial group at eight five nine two three three zero four hundred for a no obligation review of your investment portfolio also listened to the tom debris show on saturday mornings from seven to nine at news. Radio six thirty wwl a. P. and w. l. a. p. dot com that's depre- financial group at www duprey financial dot com and thanks for shopping at routes So no free alignment sir. I'm getting four tires. Yes sir with your standard installation. Was hoping you'd kind of include. A free tire discounters does that. That's because over there see. They're kinda stupid. Tire discounters even picks up and delivers now. Unbelievable the stoop. It just keeps discounters service so good. It's still good help. Da keep our community safe and healthy by participating in national prescription drug. Take back day saturday. October twenty third. Take action right in your own home by cleaning out your family medicine cabinet of unused and expired prescription drugs. Keep them safe. Clean them out. Take them back to find collection site near you visit. Da take back dot com. Do your part to lower overdose deaths and prevent prescription drug misuse before it starts. That's da take back dot com. If you're tired of big cable bills you can get newsmax. Tv for free millions or watching newsmax available now on major cable systems or for free on smart tv's like samsung lg and video find streaming on roku sumo pluto amazon fire tivo apple tv and more seven million americans have downloaded the free newsmax app on their smartphones. It takes just seconds. Then watch us anytime anywhere. Forbes calls newsmax on news powerhouse. find out why. Start watching today. A windy chilly weekend across the area skies becoming partly sunny on saturday. We'll see an afternoon high fifty five to sixty from the w. k. y. T first alert weather center. I'm meteorologist chris. Bailey broadcasting live twenty four seven from the red state barbecue studios. This is newsradio. Six thirty wwl a radio. Advertising can connect your business with holiday shoppers wherever they go use iheart ad builder to create an affordable custom. Radio ad on your phone. Just click listen approved then hearing on the radio. Create your customized. Add today an iheart app. Builder dotcom hey. This is billy rutledge from the big blue insider in kentucky sports radio join me and dawn atkins as i take over for the great rickshaw as the host of the kentucky high school scoreboard show every friday night from ten pm to midnight right here on the home of the cat six thirty. Wip in another ask if money has any value. I'll answer that question by saying that. Money has no value other than what it can buy. If you've been to the grocery store lately you know that money doesn't do what it used to do. Investments are good only insofar as they maintained the purchasing power of the money invested in them in other words and investments value is only to the extent that it makes you more than inflation takes away from you if you'd like to have your investments.

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WLS-AM 890

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"wla " Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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"wla " Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"wla " Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"You know but you go. I mean i would actually argue then. Having that company year is better in some ways than having a lot of software companies. Everybody we want software businesses. We want this that those can be hit or miss kind of thing. When you're making automobiles especially a model of automobile that lots of people use year in year out. If i was going to go out and buy a car today just to drive around in. I would buy a camry why because i believe it or not i can actually fit in one relatively comfortably and it's a good decent car. Problem is people aren't by as many cars. They're kind of going more suv but nonetheless. They make a very good car at a good price. It's the perfect value proposition. It's right here in fayette county. We've owned the stock. Were four stocks. Little kinda you know scott kenny. Ooh what i say. Thank kenny yeah. That's that's not right. Scott county is exactly right. It doesn't really matter. It's what it's done for this region and people. We need more like that. We need another thing like that. I don't you know. I look at houston energy business. Yeah but there's a lot of flaky energy companies. There's some very very good ones. It really gets down to how you manage your business. Toyota manages their business extremely well. They do a very very good job. They're not like gm not even like ford. They're better than both. Oh so i mean i. It's it's it's been a a great blessing to us to be able to have clients that worked at toyota and have built wealth. Right talking about you. Look at Tesla moving to texas from california The the they're talking about this morning in the average housing For where they were in california was about two thousand dollars square foot So you know two thousand square foot home. Four million dollars. The average engineer at tesla's making making about two hundred and fifty thousand good salary not against salary for four million dollar house and so it it just it makes sense and you you think of toyota here in this area it works. I mean the the cost of living is reasons and so it just the the mechanics of it work the for the finances of at work. You drive down main street in georgetown. Every storefront is occupied. There's businesses go down main street and lexington could shoot a frigging thirty thirty down there. Not anybody i mean you know or thirty six Not suggesting somebody do that. but I'm trying to make a point richmond. Same kind of thing you know. Companies and free. Enterprise makes a difference in your quality of life. I could say this until my eyes turned blue to crowds of whoa keys. That run this down. They don't give a rat's you know what they're into their ideology but it doesn't change the truth. The truth is they. Were going to preach a sermon on this. The truth is that value add for employers to employees. Changes lives is right And it also creates great tremendous employ loyalty to the employer. Exactly that offered these great retirement plans that make life so much easier for those people as they get to that point in their lives. That's right in as a participant in a let's say you have a 401k. Or whatever retirement plan you may have When you get to that point In retirement one of the key questions to ask yourself. you're looking. What should i do with this plan. Or how how can this be structured as as my life is now changing. You really examine the relationship that you have with the 401k. Plan if you will do you have any relationship at all. Is it just a statement that you get on the mail. Do you know what you own Do you have in and why and why you own at four we can help you. Yep and so just you know. Relationship is key and having a clear well thought out clearly defined plan is key own side. I don't feel like we scratch the surface on that topic. Birth weights granted it. Hopefully you got a kind of gist of everything we'd love to talk to your company about developing a 401k. Plan for your employees. You can call us at eight five nine. Two three three zero four hundred. Our website duprey financial dot com. There's a chat tab. You can ask us a question. You can also find previous episodes of the show. We appreciate you listening and we will talk to you next week. Go cats supply stadium putting in place these mandates and requirements a hundred workers using government coercion. Enforce you're welcome to join the conversation mask freedom. I am fired up. This looks to intentional. Newsradio six thirty wla. Hi this is tom. Debris in the investors and savers could put their money into cds which may yield an adequate amount for living expenses. But in case you've been hiding for the last several years. Cds and interest rates are low perhaps nonexistent the whole notion of living off. The interest is now basically kaput better to try and find some constructive way to invest your savings and continue to generate income through other sources. This is something. The guys in silicon valley have known for years invest for growth income. Investing wolf often disappoint for free evaluation of your retirement. Investments called a pre financial group at eight five nine two three three zero. Four hundred or look depre- financial dot com also. Be sure to listen to the tom. Depre- show at newsradio. Six thirty aa p and wwl a p dot com on saturday mornings from seven nine. That's depre- financial group at eight five nine. Two three three zero four hundred. Hey fall means family. Farm fund and bywater farms autumn. Fast is back check out the new attractions like the big country. Coaster are jump zone jumping pillows and rosie's ponies or visit some favorites like the pumpkin canyon. 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"wla " Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"wla " Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Was john heisman. Four whom the heisman trophy is named. That's right heisman was a very colorful character and In this in this game that was played on thanksgiving day in montgomery in eighteen ninety nine a crowd or four thousand people showed up There were a lot of fights during the game. Guns were pulled It was really a a a real show case for southern violence and that was just the crowd then. Swanee was really getting manhandled by auburn. Auburn had the upper hand and What what they did was they had. Some weather handles on their pants so that the players could grab each other sandals and form an illegal wedge or the run orca grab. Somebody's handle it that pulling forward so coach suitor Instructed his players at the way to break this illegal wedge was to fly them. Click i and knock their legs oak so that was in the first half then at some point sooner complained to the rest and they stopped the game to make auburn. Pull off their handles. Which outraged heisman in the auburn probes. But what it also did was. It caused the game to be delayed as as did some of the fights in the corral the result was that at halftime it was swanee. Eleven over ten but all look like they really had the upper hand at halftime. The the captain of the team that year were named henry deity cbo's and he was from montgomery and at when he went to the sideline at half. His brothers came up to him and said diddy. You got to win the game. We bet the house on the game. You lose we'll have to kick your mother out and there was a lot of bedding in the game That's part of the reason for all the fights over a lot of bed right but the point is eleven. Ten at halftime auburn. Looks like they're going to probably pull this out because they're just the better team that i on. The ref calls the game for darkness. Fourteen minutes into the second-half which is normally a thirty five minute half now. Think about this Couple of days later cochise moment writes the birmingham age herald along letter. Basically saying that the rest cheated them out of their win. The next The referee rice letter Against heisman san heisman. Just a big crybaby and we all know he's a crybaby and And then heisman writes. Another letter responded to that so that wouldn't happen in today's no but it it. It's just part of this. Whole film is the stories or just amazing. All the things that happened back then many of which could happen today. We're speaking with norman. Jet moments in birmingham. He has been behind the production helping with the production of this film. Norman tell us a little bit about just briefly the film the website. And when you expect to release it sure They be cruising. Are doing this film out of our love for the story in our love for swanning. we're not. We're doing this without charging anything to the film. We're doing this on our own time So we've also had to raise all of our own money. We'd like to raise at least three hundred thousand. We've raised about two hundred and fifty thousand. If anyone is interested to learn more about the story they can go to our website right which is so warney. Eighteen ninety nine dot or swannee eighteen ninety nine dot or you can read more about the team you can watch a trailer of the film and you can also make a donation online if you're so inclined and you asked me earlier. Why do the film. And i think it's a couple of things tom one is is if it's an amazing story. There've been some articles written about the team. There's been a book written about him but no one has dug into the story to the that we have and is is on a major story. And i'll say this to. We found six or seven or more descendants of the team including leash daughter who was in her mid nineties and did he sables daughter-in-law and hurt mid nineties with found another a number of other grandchildren. Who interviewed for our film. We've interviewed four coaches who won national championships. Two of her. Bobby bowden and john major's have passed away so what we realized while during the film is we're capturing a part of history that if we hadn't done this now would have been lost forever comes by the next generation. No one would know the store. No one would care and so we've captured part of history. We've got bobby bowden talking about. We've got johnny majors talking about it. We've got these terms and baths what's made it just feeling to know that this story will be preserved forever. Well we've been visiting with norman jetson. Who's in the process of making a movie are of swannee the story of eighteen ninety nine. We'll post the website on our on our blog and radio tablet pre financial dot com. Stay tuned for the second hour with our financial guys. We'll be back in just a few minutes more prices haass's chasing down black people infrastructure socialism. Republicans get out of the way. Our strategic failure. Maxine based from god to us every day most up-to-date information newsradio six thirty wla. I'm tom depre-. I've been the investment business for forty two years in this business. You observe human nature closely and if you really observe you might learn something. One thing i've learned is that everybody is telling you something it's usually wrong. Truth typically speaks in a small voice that requires effort in discernment to recognize. This is true in the investment business as it is in life advice dispense loudly and in a pussy way is usually being given with an alterior motive not one that is designed to benefit the hearer for a free review of your retirement. 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"wla " Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"wla " Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"I'm tom dupree. I've been in the investment business for forty two years in this business. You observe human nature closely and if you really observe you might learn something one thing. I've learned that when everybody is telling you something it's usually wrong. Truth typically speaks in a small voice that requires effort in discernment to recognize. This is true in the investment business as it is in life advice dispense loudly and in a pussy. Way is usually being given within alterior motive. Not one that is designed to benefit the hearer for free review of your retirement. Investment portfolio called a pre financial group at eight five nine two three three zero. Four hundred or look at depre- financial dot com. And be sure to listen to the tom. Free show on saturday mornings on newsradio. Six thirty wwl l. a. p. and louisville's talk radio ten eighty w j k twenty years ago. We knew our world would never be the same. We vowed to never forget and we never will. We've learned that twenty years can pass in the blink of an eye. We should never miss the opportunity to give a loved one a friend a neighbor or maybe even just someone having a bad day an extra long hug. Let's just take a moment to reflect and remember september eleventh two thousand one and then imagine what a world will be like in another twenty years. Are you sixty five or older. And haven't had a colonoscopy joint colon cancer screening study and you could earn up to five hundred seventy five dollars. i'll screen. It's a study for a noninvasive way to screen for colon from home by joining. You can help advance. The science of screening scream just need to provide a stool sample and a colonoscopy will be done through your own insurance enroll now screen to help create a better future for all us. Green screen colon cancer visit screening study dot com to sign up. Learn more that's screening. Study dot com is on talk. It agrees it's finally time time to update our closets with new clothes. We actually want to wear time to think about going back to the office or choosing a new way to work to enjoy the best of fall. Like long walks in the park in fought coffee on a brisk day and that means it's time to look sharp and feel comfortable all day with untuckit shirts designed to be worn on talk. Discover the perfect fitting shirt today at untuckit dot com use promo code time for twenty percent off your first purchase at untuckit dot com again is often running with absolutely gorgeous weather. This trend is gonna take us into early next week as well. Thermometers on this saturday afternoon. Making a run at low humidity out there. Soak it up a pleasant saturday evening with lows around sixty and the forecast on your sunday. You're talking eighty eighty five with a mix of sun and clouds similar setup as the monday make it a great weekend from the w i t first alert weather center. I'm meteorologist chris. Bailey broadcasting live twenty four seven from the red state barbecue studios. This is newsradio six thirty. Wla biggest stars from all genres of music will share one steam. At our twenty twenty one iheartradio music festival arena in las vegas who likes performances. You've never seen before dreaming free on a cw app and see tv dot com and listen on iheartradio next friday and saturday starting at ten pm. Capital one is the proud partner of the two thousand twenty one iheartradio music festival bringing great products rewards and services to their customers. Your wallet depre- depre- financial group. If you ask most people they will say most valuable thing in the economy is money. In fact it's so valuable that our federal reserve is printed an unlimited supply of it. Because as we all know money is what makes the world go round however over time it seems that it takes more than the promise of big money to actually motivate people to work. If we're only about money all the jobs out there going begging for workers would be filled tomorrow. It seems like it takes more than money to get people to begin to think to begin to act for a free review of your retirement. Investment account called pre-financial financial group at eight five nine two three three zero four hundred and be sure to listen to the tom. Depre- show on saturday mornings at newsradio. Six thirty wwl. Ap and wwl ep dot com and louisville's talk radio ten w k j k and w k. Jk.

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"wla " Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"wla " Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

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"wla " Discussed on Papo de Fotógrafo

Papo de Fotógrafo

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"wla " Discussed on Papo de Fotógrafo

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