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Boston Red Sox finally snap skid vs New York Yankees in hollow game without fans
"It was around Fenway Park. Red Sox, Yankees doing battle with no fans and no pregame atmosphere. BBC TV Stephanie Chan ventured over to Lansdowne Street and checked in on the bar. See what the biggest rivalry in baseball playing just a couple blocks away. This stretch of Fenway was a ghost town, Wally. The Green Monster was the on ly Spectators in the stands with the Red Sox Yankees playing right across the street. It's Ah! Kind of surreal being down here, and it's so quiet and the same goes for restaurants in the neighborhood owner John Koran says. The return of sports has helped. But he's earning only a fraction of what he was before Cove. It hit. It's nowhere nears before. Certainly the Red Sox not doing well, never helped, but no. One in the stadium. People just aren't coming out. Karen suspects the covert restrictions could be to blame is way weird, but at the same time as time goes on, more people are coming out. We have a mouse when we need someone walking in the bathroom on great good food. Good time by the way. Red Sox did manage to win yesterday. First time the Sox beat the Yankees this year and the first time they've done it in 12 tries. 6
The Amazon Haul
"Okay, don't shoot the Messenger on this one. Has just come out with Turkey dinner candy corn. So it's slipped candy corn, the normal candy corn that we know. It's a mixed bag with six different flavors. So the flavors are Turkey Green Bean, stuffing cranberry, sauce, ginger, glazed carrots, and sweet potato pie. They've been spotted at walgreens and as weird as they sound try them. All right. Well, Brock's is like the candy my grandmother used to eat. So I'm used to that company they I think they're kind of like biting into a Jones Soda did with their remember they made those specialty they probably still do they make their thanksgiving. Soda. This sounds weird. I do WANNA try every single one of these flavors I know they're all going to be disgusting. Well, I would totally try them me too I. Think the cranberry sauce, the ginger glazed carrots, and the sweet potato pie could be Yummy Greens and stuffing green beans candy corn the wonder if they're going to be sweet, we'll have to we have to get our hands on a bag of maybe say something nice about them. They'll send them to. We Love Brock's and did that in the breaking rocks. If we If we have like a bunch of the green beans does that count as a vegetable? Absolutely, and carrots. Kinda like Jelly belly does this to with like they have like buttered popcorn they have some savory on flavors. So weird but a good novelty thing to bring to someone's house and try. E for effort. Okay. So it looks like Uber is getting into the grocery delivery service business. It's already started in a few cities and should be rolling out throughout the rest of the country in a few months and it's available through your Uber App sued us open up the APP and the groceries available. You can order groceries through Uber I. Love that because Insta- card has become my life and I, love grocery delivery more than anything and I will try Uber Uber User. So I've tried Uber eats and that's great. The more people that want to bring me groceries without having me leave the house. The better told her wonderful lift is gonNA. Follow. Suit. Probably. Probably I cannot wait honestly do you guys use the grocery delivery services exclusively? Yeah. Amazon fresh and INSTA- cart like three or four times a week. Amazing and I've been ordering for my mom too which is a whole other story that I will probably get into later. Okay. We should get I think I actually had this idea. I want to start sending certain things to my mom with her INSTA- card orders and having her review them on the podcast I. Think it would be funny. The best thing I've ever heard. MAZING. All right. We might do that flew choose. All right. We're about to jump in to these products that have been delivered. Some of them seem weird. There's only one product I think out of all of these products that actually or maybe two that I've heard of that look familiar and I've only tried one so I cannot wait this first product is something that is totally new to me. I've heard of p being me but this is pbs me powder chocolate hazelnut spread. So I was envisioning it to be a little bit like powdered new tele kind of right like a powdered peanut butter and you tell, yeah, it's. Exactly. It's like powder peanut butter, but it's powdered hazelnut instead and then it's yeah. Two tablespoons, fifty calories to grams of fat. So the stats are amazing. Four grams of protein. I. Don't know Jimmy, you probably know this mark. It's one smart point. Amazing. Okay. So I have mixed it up with some waterman about to try it. It looks like new Tele Ish. Okay. I'm not a hazelnut fan and I really like that It's nutty. It's I've tried like almond powdered almond butter and I did not like it at all. The Hazelnut is better I have to say, I made a second version and I added cocoa. Like amp up the chocolate flavor I was gonNA, say. Yours. Looks so dark. It's really good. I added like, did you add Dr Cocoa I added my. Gear Deli Coco, which I think is dark, but it's like majestic and then I added a little more sweetener to it because I really wanted to amp it up and it's great. I'm just going to sit here and eat the whole bowl. This looks like Mustang. The consistency of years now it's Yummy wally is sitting here like dying to I. Not Allowed. I like a lot. I'm GonNa put it on Yogurt. It's really good. It's like if you like hazelnut, this would be a great dip like you could even add chocolate little mini chocolate chips to it, and and like dip little cookies in it. I'm impressed with it. You could make a dip like we sometimes do with Like light whipped topping stirred into a tub. I think if you're a hazelnut fan, you will love this. Do you think it tastes like New Tyler? I don't have like a strong. Taste memory of new tele. I think because I'm not really a huge fan. I think you tell is really way more wretched. A A. Watered down version of new tele when you add the cocoa to it, yeah. No Pun intended with water down when you add the cocoa to it, it definitely helps and you only need a tiny bit of water. So just to remind people with this is it's like a powder and then you add a little water and you mix it up and it becomes the texture of. Peanut butter spread Gu I. Bet it would be good and smoothies to great. It would be great. Cool. The next item we have is also it's yet another nut butter powder but this is a more traditional peanut butter powder by La Canto and Jamie you know more than I do but Canto they make a lot of the they're like a monk fruit sweetener company that makes A ton of different sweetener options that are really good I think. Yeah and monk fruit. If anybody doesn't know it's like the new Stevia. It's like a natural zero calorie or low calorie sweetener and made by Tony, Shalhoub, character monk. Mike he had a safe. He just no, but it's okay. You can make all the peanut butter jokes you want my. You have a free pass you're allowed. So this is just do they usually make products. Are they mostly sweetener based the things that I'm familiar with are mostly sweetener based they might have some other. We'll have to look. Okay. So we'll look we'll look at that Lepanto. They're a trusted company I. Love the fact that this is like a pouch of powdered peanut butter. The stats are very good. It's like some powder peanut butter. The stats are a little higher I don't know why or how that would be because basically, they're just the same thing but fifty calories, two tablespoons and it has monk fruit. So it's not gonNA be unsweetened like some of the powder peanut butters right but no sugar added
A New Surge in Virus Deaths
"Has been another week filled with headlines about spikes and Corona virus cases. We are time says much of the surge in new cases has been driven largely by states in the South and west that were among the first to ease restrictions. We reached out to an expert in our area to get an update on the pandemic. Lynda Lopez spoke to Dr Wally Javaid, director of infection prevention and control at Mount Sinai downtown. You and I both heard reports about a lot of people mingling. A lot of outdoor activities in certain space. I'm not I'm not saying one is equal to other but there is some degree off link between the activities going to the beach, for example, having parties and And then having higher number off cases. Even even in even though we might be higher number of younger people going to the hospital charity a list actually almost always awards as the age. Progresses. New York now has more than 400,000 total cut a corona virus cases. That's about 2% of the state's population. The state had 786 new cases and eight deaths on Thursday. Governor, Cuomo says New York's covered 19 numbers a stable and continuing to trend in the right direction. And he adds that it's important that residents continue practicing the behaviors that have successfully bent the curve, including where e masks and a social distancing.
Mnuchin Says U.S. Will Consider Another Round of Stimulus Checks
"Some good news for those who are hoping for another stimulus check from the federal government. Eric Watson is a congressional reporter for Bloomberg Very strong. Steve Mnuchin came out a two White House today and said, they're looking very strongly. Another stimulus package looking another round of direct payments checks the $1200 check two individuals They're good looking at help for businesses and possibly some age of state lost revenue. We also seeing Kevin McCarthy's a House Republican leader. He did a press conference this morning as well as saying that he and which McConnell, the leader in the Senate, are looking at doing a package by the end of July, I think is very much still alive issue. You know, even though the unemployment rate is down to 11% still historically very high and the president's motivated with the election coming up to make sure that that number gets even lower pain, Wally says there is ongoing disagreement over additional federal aid for states and localities. Republicans. They're worried that Some governors are going to try to fudge the numbers and make up for physically responsible policies intentions in the past, they want to see really documented Cove. It related losses, expenses and really narrow that down. The Democrats propose a trillion dollars in that age. Another big point of contention is on unemployment insurance at the top priority for for liberals in the House. They want to see the $600 per week bump that a lot of unemployed people are receiving. Now through the end of July. They wanted it extended, possibly the next March, while linking that to state's unemployment rate, So if things do look better in Texas or another place Like that, then that would drop off. But Republicans are growing in many parts of the country, especially, you know, in the upper Midwest or elsewhere where wages or much Well, our people are receiving a significant premium over their normal salary. Your wages By staying in unemployment that could hinder the ability of especially small businesses soak your people back to the workforce. So that is a real bone of contention. I think it's going to be a really tough one to crack. Ah, but at least one Ah, Senator yesterday was telling me on the Republican side with me. We'll go to $200 will go a little bit lower, so let's get to a dollar number. I think it's a possibility for common ground Zaric wasin from
"wally" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"People. They think. They have quite Beta yet, but. Maybe. They think that they would have if there hadn't been. I don't know. Food stamps, but it's not only just the trump base, right. I mean you. You brought up a Bernie Sanders like so much of the liberal establishment. If you think back to the way that that they talked about him, and and conceived of his campaign or communicate with the messages, they communicate it to the public through their newspapers and. Channeled cable channels and whatnot on something as simple as universal healthcare. There there. All these ways around it a from people. Who are you know? A good liberals down the line who believe in all the right things and support the right causes book comes to something as simple as universal healthcare found all of these ways to mystify the issue or distract themselves from it or or say that like actually it's impossible or Up for what is deep down inside their own belief, like not everyone does deserve the same quality of healthcare. Yes, what I because I deserve it in some way like I I've worked for. It gets back to this original thing of like you know. Why am I? In in the position of my life of being a good, you know upper, middle class, liberal and a major American city. Well I think it's it's People feel. That if they're in a good situation. They deserve it i. mean either because they've worked hard or. Even because they're good, people are people almost I mean to use a metaphor. I suppose the artistic world people who are very successful artistically who are. Make money as artists. They believe that the best artists rise to the top at are discovered and become successful. And They're skeptical of the idea that there are good. Artists are great artists who are neglected and who right now are broke or not very well recognized It's just the way. People seem to be whereas obviously. People who are not doing well. Don't believe that they think that. Yes, it's quite possible for a great artists to be ignored and. Not Do very well. Okay last question for you while Sean I I assume you are in New York City at the moment I am Yes. Okay, around where you are. Are you experiencing of hearing fireworks after dark? And if so, what do you make of this This firework craze going on in New York right now. Is it innocent summer, fun or something more menacing? I think it's it's the UNOBTRUSIVE. Saying that we exist and I think it is. My reputation I hear tremendous about fireworks by is. That People are setting off the fireworks precisely so that. We would all ask ourselves. Why is there? It's it's only June. It's the fourth of July it. Why are they setting off these fireworks? Who are they? Why are they doing something illegal and unexpected? And you know I think it's a form of expression which I think. Looting is also you know it's a form of? Saying you know we we'd cyst? and. Obviously. alluded. Store can. represent the the You know the end of some very good person's dreams whereas fireworks are, don't hurt anybody. To both are Forbes of expressing that same sentiment I think. A sort of a a a a break with the unintrusive social order. Yeah, it's wave saying. Be quiet anymore I'm I want you to see me while Sean I. Want to thank you so much for spending time with me and. Sending them to talk things over very much. Thank you so much. Yes, terrific! This is a pleasure. Thanks a lot. Okay, you be well..
NASCAR rallies around Bubba Wallace following noose incident, drivers push car to front of pack
"NASCAR at Talladega. Alabama one of their most famous events and Bubba Wallace. Who is the only black driver? On the entire NASCAR circuit was getting ready for the race last night. It turned out to get postponed because of weather. They're running it today. And, there was a noose discovered in bubba Wallace's garage. And people are furious. The other drivers today in an incredibly emotional scene. Pushed bubble Wallace's. Out to the front of the line while he was in it. The other drivers. He put the car in neutral. The other drivers pushed his car to the front of the line, and then every crew member from every team, so all of the crew members all the drivers in a massive show of support for Wallace, simply walked behind him on the track. Walk behind the car. If you haven't seen it, it is really something to see. It's an extraordinary and makes it got me thinking. I can't believe that one man in this case bubble Wallace. is in what happened. Last night was obviously the worst. With the news, but one guy is moving the sport out of the Dark Ages. He's by himself. In the the shows were it reminded me, and I don't don't at me. Because I know, it was way worse for Jackie Robinson way worse at a time when this country was way more racist, but if you watch the movie forty two. You. Have this incredible feeling of empathy for Robinson because he was. The one black guy in a locker room, twenty four other white guys, so he was just taken the brunt of it like like people yelling inward word from the spans. And what you what you gather when you watch that movie and again I can't recommend it enough Harrison Ford Place Branch Rickey Chadwick Bozeman plays Jackie. Great movie. It's just really done. And and the one thing that that I noticed was there were guys that were against Robinson being on the team. And, they all got either traded or released. They just the dodgers looked at those guys, and said all right look. If you don't get it, we can't help you. You're gone. There was another manager on another team. May It was played by guy who was on your podcast once Alan Tutic. was just a racist manager. Screaming the N Word Jackie Robinson Wally was at the plate from the Dugout, and that guy got fired. It never worked in baseball again and the the feeling that came back to me today watching those drivers stand behind Wallace and push his car out to the middle of the track is this. Racial Injustice Vin around forever. We're not getting rid of it in two weeks. It's just not going to happen. All these racists are going to start coming out of the woodwork, but when they do the fact that all of the other drivers basically said you're not beaten us. You can't win this and the fact that the reaction to this is a massive man on including the FBI for. Use in the garage. Sure has ensued. And, so in all this hate in that as you put it terrible story last night, and Talladega I see some light at the end of the tunnel, because just like Robinson led baseball out of the Dark Ages. Maybe bubble Wallace is doing that for NASCAR. What do you think? Well, can we just say something here I mean. Can we just have a moment of actual honesty? This is about the south. Man. This is about the south I mean. Southerners will not let this go. They will not let go of their confederate flag, but they're not GonNa win go of their confederate monuments. They just won't let go. NASCAR will not give this up. There was a plane flying over Talladega last night. THINK DE-FUND NASCAR I mean there's something very southern about this, and and there's there should be an embarrassment. There should be a level of embarrassment and a level of shaming of the south and I know there are probably southerners who live in southern California. Who would? Stand to defend the south and say hey. We're not all like that, but the impression is that you are all like that. The that's the impression of of the south. This isn't happening. Hate crimes happen all over the country, but this is among the. Rich and I hope I. Hope this person goes to jail. I hope this person is criminally prosecuted and goes to jail. You cannot leave a noose in the garage of a black man. And expect to get a wave. Get Away with it, and there are cameras now. Apparently all over town just redid it, so they're going to find out whoever this is I hope he's ashamed. I hope he's arrested that person that person's done I mean. That's their legacy. WHOEVER GETS EXPOSED TO BE THIS GUY? That's their legacy. It's like that. That cop and Minnesota, that's his legacy.
Ken Osmond, Eddie Haskell on 'Leave It to Beaver,' dies
"An actor who played a popular character from an old TV sitcom has died it was the closest thing leave it to beaver hat to a villain that Haskell boil over there up in their room okay don't pick on the beaver Eddie Haskell by glass K. ten Austin made the role of trouble maker Eddie Haskell a memorable one he was the best friend of Wally cleaver beavers older brother he pretend to be sweet to adults but was always cooking up trouble with his peers that he was supposed to be in just one episode but Austin was so good he ended up in about half the shows two hundred and forty three episodes his family says Osmond has died in Los Angeles he was seventy six costar Tony down tells the Associated Press Austin was a terrific guy a terrific actor played a character that will last for ever I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Ken Osmond, Eddie Haskell on 'Leave It to Beaver,' dies
"An actor who played a popular character from an old TV sitcom has died it was the closest thing leave it to beaver hat to a villain that Haskell boil over there up in their room okay don't pick on the beaver Eddie Haskell by glass K. ten Austin made the role of trouble maker Eddie Haskell a memorable one he was the best friend of Wally cleaver beavers older brother he pretend to be sweet to adults but was always cooking up trouble with his peers that he was supposed to be in just one episode but Austin was so good he ended up in about half the shows two hundred and forty three episodes his family says Osmond has died in Los Angeles he was seventy six costar Tony down tells the Associated Press Austin was a terrific guy a terrific actor played a character that will last for ever I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Civil rights supporters caravan from Atlanta to Brunswick for Ahmaud Arbery
"It's called the justice caravan to Brunswick this morning to support twenty five year old I'm an arborist shot and killed February twenty third by a father and his son people in the caravan will call for the resignation of two district attorneys they say bungled the investigation Atlanta attorney my Wally Davis will participate and tells channel two action news historically in order for black people in America to get justice we have to organize we have to progress it's unfortunate but it's been the reality of our here the event begins at seven thirty this this morning morning morning at at at victory victory victory outreach outreach outreach church church church in in in southwest southwest southwest Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta and and and the the the group group group will will will rally rally rally under under under the the the theme theme theme we we we are are are not not not satisfied satisfied satisfied
"wally" Discussed on A's Plus
"You know before Tony it was kind of a I remember. An eighty one heck was as funny year. 'cause it was strike shortened. What we made the playoffs and my dad didn't even go to Kansas City for the first round thinking. Well we're going to be in the play-offs every year well. He learned the hard way. That isn't that easy And so there was this sort of period of of fallow period after that. Where are parm system had not gotten very good yet and we weren't that good and we sort of came back down to probably not playing over our heads and so bright before. Tony we were. We weren't very good at all and so one of the your point. One of the key factors was Tony. Saying yes. One of the key factors with Jerry. Reinsdorf what he said was the worst baseball decision he ever made which was firing tawny and right and I think one of the reasons Tony did come was the fact that he knew that our farm system was about to become one of the best. And start churning out rookies of the year and I remember that winter meeting before I WANNA say. It was. Eighty seven eighty six. Where just a bunch of things worked and you know from signing a Dave Henderson and Dave. That didn't create a lot of bells and whistles but as he turned out to be one of our very you know and just everything we did from that to the we ended up. This is baseball ball carte stuff but trading for Bobby Welch Radio Griffin and a three team trade which was kind of a new thing at the time and just everything fell in place and from there it just built to then to nineteen eighty eight and we were. We were really pretty good. You might say pretty good pretty good at this. Those were such fun. Teams really must have been a to be part of them do what? What are your favorite memories are or moments from from some of those years? Well Gosh I there too many frankly but well again and speaking of things falling in place how? `Bout you know this guy who was Kinda released day Stewart coming from the scrap heap and we weren't very good and he coming to us. And then Tony. You know pitches him. In his first verse. Game as a manager at Fenway Park against Roger Clemens. He wins that and he never loses a game against Roger. Clements is in Oakland. I think and he went. I think nine and one or eight and one lifetime against clements and the only loss was I think when he was with Texas before that? So that's a memory. I'll never forget. Was that opening game at Tony. Larussa zero with Dave Stewart and And on and on and Bobby Welsh's twenty something game wins in nineteen that ninety? I think it was where and and I remember a game that day Stewart. I mean I remember some of the ones that aren't as obvious. Frankly Susan but there was a game against the red sox a home game that Dave Stewart pitched and he prided himself in. You know pitching complete games and I think that game. It was one nothing game. Somebody like Glenn Hubbard. It hit home. Run or something. And and he. He struck out the side in the ninth inning against the Boston. Red Sox I think one of the strike us with somebody like Jim Rice and I think he threw ten pitches and that and it was electric so those are kind of obscure memories but Or how Dennis Eckersley help us not get too old too fast because whatever the outcome was which was almost always something positive. It happened really fast. Strike one strike. Two one outs two outs So there's just so many it was it was. They were special teams with a really special group of guys. I mean they're you know. I know that Joan Ryan has a new book coming out about team chemistry which I can't wait to read But and they some people will say well if you win. That's you're GonNa have good team chemistry but there's more I believe there's more to that. And they were a bunch of really good guys and think Bob Melvin would tell you right now. He's got to going to. These are really bunch of good guys. Yeah big personalities on on those eighty obviously go there were. Saco and Ricky and they were you know. Here's an interesting facts. We broke the all time. Wrote Attendance Record Record in the American League during that era and eclipsing a New York Yankee team. I don't remember what year that they had the the road attendance record in the American league but we broke it. So as we ended up those guys had swagger they were Kinda rockstars if you will and In some of those games I think they're just when they they. They went on the field. They they had a better chance of winning because the other team felt like they. Didn't you know we've heard the phrase a lot where pitchers when I know this guy's pitching we we? We think we have a good chance to win. It felt that way a lot for many of those games and we have you know. We broke the bay area. I think attendance record at the time before the giants built our beautiful new stadium. Two point nine million. But that's not terrible in the old Oakland Coliseum right and it was because a credit that these these guys were you know people wanted.
Houston - Hidalgo appoints czar to oversee Harris County’s emergence from coronavirus pandemic
"Harris county's covert nineteen recoveries are says plans to work with a wide variety of local stakeholders to get the region back up and running again excluding from the private sector philanthropy faith based organizations nonprofits and local governments state Rep Armando Wally was appointed to recoveries are by fellow Democrat and Harris County judge Lina Hidalgo who acknowledge the local curve appears to be flattening though she warned it could spike up again if we're sorry if we re opened to much of the economy too soon
Meet Echo, Overwatch’s new hero with ‘the most game-changing’ powers yet
"Is a new overwatch hero Echo. Who looks like They tried to make more of a person version of that lady. Robot from Wally Oh okay this is this is. This is a playable character. This'll be a new playable character for overwatch. She is called Echo because she has the personality subroutine of the scientists lady who built her. Who is dead inside of her? So that it's kind of like a new data situation where they tried to put data in other data but in that case it didn't work but here I guess it did. So Echo is the scientists lady. She's one of the scientists was apparently one of the original founders of overwatch. She's dead now but now there's a robot that is her so they have not shown her abilities yet but she is She is coming
Turkish police move to stop Greece pushing migrants back
"And this is the sound of desperation at the border between Turkey and Greece all you're hearing migrants were stranded pawns in a political standoff thousands of people have traveled there hoping to cross into mainland Europe after Turkey's government said that they would no longer blocked the border but they're being met with resistance from Greek authorities reporter during scaring has been talking with these migrants and she joins us from near the border thanks for being with us what are you saying thanks Rachel the border itself is close to press but what we're seeing what we've seen this week is people getting on buses from instable from elsewhere and they're dropped basically in a corn field about a kilometer from the border and they're told to walk they're being pushed back once they get to Greece by a Greek police who are using tear gas we've heard reports of live rounds and that's even though the Greek government is denying this but this is possible because Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has told the Turkish border guard to stand down and to not stop anyone from leaving for Europe so you've been talking with some of the migrants what are they telling you they're telling me some the stories of desperation I mean for the most part people are going because this is their last option Turkey's economy is faltering and policies towards foreigners have become more strict over the past years here's one father I met his name is Wally Muhammad he he's from Afghanistan and he shows me his two year old son's eyes at their bright red from what he says was being tear gassed at the border here's what he said but anyway you know hole but made a few lucky guy in Danish yeah he's speaking in dari and he's telling the translator that I'm working with that he's been living in Turkey for without papers for two and a half years eking out a living and he says he has no future when he heard erred once announcement about opening the border he used his last savings to get his family there's eighteen people and not to the border and other stock they had no idea what they were getting into so there are people like like Wally who are stock but have has anyone been able to cross the border yes some do make it it's hard to tell how many a Turkey definitely wants us to believe that a lot of people are going and Greece says not so much what we're told is that when people do cross either loaded onto buses and dropped back off on the Turkish side sometimes it's even more than that and that one group camping out by a river it that acts as the border between Greece and Turkey and they've actually gotten over and when they made it to Greece they were picked up by police stripped down to their underwear they said they were beaten and then driven back to Turkey something less I mean he's from Pakistan he says his mother had to wire money from Lahore so they could get clothing and get back on their feet here's what he said I'm a visual the real truth the cashier who I. T. ject because she gets and he's saying that Turkish organizations are coming by with T. and donations and encouraging them to stay saying the border will open so he's planning to keep trying even if it takes a month while so I mean what are you hearing how likely is it that the border will open and went I mean I get that question from migrants all the time and there's honestly no indication that it's going to happen Turkey and the U. struck this deal in twenty sixteen where it that you would pay Turkey to stop migrants from reaching Europe and they would give them money for programming in Turkey but Turkey claims he didn't hold up their part of the deal and last week Turkish soldier suffered heavy casualties in Syria everyone knows this is the one car he can play to get Europe to listen threaten them with human beings so you has dispatched delegations to Ankara to try and persuade everyone to reinforce the border but in the meantime it's creating a lot of confusion and false hope for a lot of desperate people who scare in reporting or the Turkey Greece border thank you so much
US warns Europe against embracing China's 5G technology
"Because we're having a conversation about five G. and walk away and we know the Boris Johnson made the decision to allow walk away and five G. into parts of her three part of of of the British government to president to being very much against that and he had all investor Grinnell warned countries against using five G. vendors it seems that this is almost a showdown between the US and China here can the U. S. wind as though because Japan's got the technology China China China's got the technology not to mention the challenges that the last year the American bureaucracy all in the obsolete system because our communications commission has with a handful of giant companies I'm just pointing out I mean the problem is in Boris Johnson the problems American bureaucrats and we should be avoided we we can only offer a better product to be very competitive but as of the present all closing our anger in Britain or Germany or somebody else misses the point Erica which has failed to provide the leadership and failed to provide the kind of development of five G. that we ought to help and I think that the president has had all the right language but has not I don't know of any other place where he has been has systematically failed by the deep state as it is in the five G. six the defense department has failed instrumentation commissioners failed the big companies like AT&T have failed all and our investors around the world will tell you that they have been saying for well over a year the wall is on the March and local governments come and say what's your alternative and the answer is we don't have one and I think frankly should do something like will bring in vice president pence is doing a great job leading space council and moving us towards the moon and Mars and you have a second make assignments say you know bring the government together not here to get this thing done and get us back on track because what we're not going to win as long as we stay this disorganized yeah well control of the next generation of communication seems like a pretty important mission that we should be living up to having U. S. primacy in but there but I wonder speaker Gingrich the reasons for this and why we get so much it seems like a quiet resistance or even loud resistance to regulating China or holding them accountable I mean don't you think that it it China because is an emerging market because it seems like a lot of companies who stand to make money from China look at that market may salivate that data explains the resistance to to pushing back on China or even conceiving them as a threat I think there's quite a bit although my sense was been over since my book on trump person China cannot the number of people who walked up to me and said no that's exactly right in the book was very important because we're beginning to see that they are in fact a director challenge to us but but I just want to reemphasize in the case of five G. which continues the way it's going will be the largest strategic defeat in modern times within six minutes we end up with a wall way driven Chinese five G. internet quarreled wide it will be an enormous catastrophic defeat for us that is not China the United States and the junior we can't blame one way because we're too disorganized to complete your own act together but can we blame our our tech companies when they show a willingness to work with China but not us sure I think when your case is like Google one point open the trainings military I'm refusing to work with ours you will be right to step in to be pretty angry about it I think that is an area where you can has nothing to do with Wallace and I certainly where you can be engaged directly on but the other part of it is you know if we had if we had a worldwide company comparable to Wally or American tech companies would have a huge market and they wouldn't have to worry about children I mean I do think you're going to see trying to gradually gradually decline as the market relative to other places because lots of people can realize that it's it's dangerous to have a totalitarian dictatorship that can change the rules of the game when you anytime yeah I want to ask you about some political developments we've seen this morning I knew at NPR mount Marist ball coming out and the results of that poll that Mike Bloomberg is in second place nationwide among democratic voters and that means he qualifies for tomorrow night's Nevada democratic debate stage what do you think of Mike Bloomberg attempting to buy the presidential nomination here one is going to be honest about that that's what's going on and that the weight of his money's formidable he's worth sixty two to sixty four billion dollars so you can spend ten percent of the six billion dollars in debt and round the system now the problem he's got is that the real Mike Bloomberg who keeps leaking out of terms of notes is cynical comments about farmers cynical comments were young black males cynical comments about ethnic groups I mean a lot of pieces are coming out now I'm actually working on a podcast it would just be Bloomberg's own words in his own voice to give people a sense of who this guy really is you can't buy enough advertising to all Serbs who he really is and I think the challenge tomorrow night really fascinating because we understand is not a recognized the no one really big opponent not stations not Sanders is number yeah and they need to find Bloomberg so he's unacceptable I which I think he should be you know he won his third race for mayor by spending two hundred dollars per vote now somehow but I think undermines the whole concept of a free society no I I think it does and getting into the debate to without really qualified to change the rules for it just goes to show what money will buy new Gingrich former speaker of the house thank you so much for
Disney movie actress dies of a brain tumor at 15
"A star in Disney's king queen of Kabwe has died the actress Nikita pearl Wally wa died at the age of fifteen that's according to the BBC now she was diagnosed with her first brain tumor in twenty sixteen and then another twenty nineteen clean of Conway tells the real life story of one of Uganda's most successful chess players alike while laid the main character's best friend who taught her how to play
Uganda: Queen of Katwe star Nikita Pearl Waligwa dies aged 15
"The kit a pearl Allegra a young actress who appeared in the role of Gloria in the Disney biographical drama queen of Kabwe has died at the age of fifteen she had been diagnosed with a brain tumor in twenty sixteen and seem to recover a year later but last year another tumor was found the BBC reports that the film's director Myron there helped organize efforts to find Wally was treatment during filming well they will love Chasam one three you get in women's junior championships and has represented the country of for international chess Olympiads she was in her senior year of high
New Hampshire hopes to clarify unsettled Democratic contest
"Before the polls even opened in Manchester at six AM P. booted judge was reading voters waiting in line he says he's feeling very good about his prospects meanwhile polls had already opened at midnight in three tiny communities Michael Bloomberg won Dixville notch with to write in votes Wally me clover shar one in Hart's location and it feels I'm pretty good at night Elizabeth Warren handed out doughnuts at a polling station in Portsmouth she said there's a difference between her and Bernie Sanders I don't want to be critical it's just a different democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden says despite being what he called an underdog he feels good about his chances I'm Julie Walker
Police Offering Drug Recovery Help: 'We Can't Arrest Our Way Out Of This Problem'
"To address soaring opioid overdose as police officers trying to tone down the law enforcement to offer recovery help and in Massachusetts which has the country's ninth highest overdose death rate the approach may be catching up with convention drug users to accept help it's not easy for me when the public radio Karen brown reports Emily LaTavia test to sign visitors into her recovery program in a grand Victorian house K. R. Y. N. K. A. R. E. N. and she's been living here since getting out of detox last fall we get twenty four forty eight seventy two hour passes every weekend at twenty nine she doesn't mind the restrictions she's grateful she's alive to follow them after a decade of addiction I had gone down a pretty dark path at that time look obvious traces her turn around to a nine one one call last year high on heroin she'd stolen her mother's car and when she returned it a few hours later officer John Cassella of where Massachusetts was waiting in the past he might've immediately read her her rights because for the longest time the whole idea was no arrest arrest but that's not what happened he gently tapped on the car window and said he was there to help and he wasn't the stereo typical officer who was going to arrest me or get me in trouble slowly learning that we can't arrest a way out of this problem I sat in my car actually close the window on him a couple times and then I opened it a crack like what do you want and he stood there patiently and he said you know I'm here to help you I want to help you and I would roll out my window and look the other way through the glass officer Cassell explained he was part of a new partnership between police and public health and asked if he could try another time he came back to my house again and again and again Cassell is used to rejection he was the first in his small towns police department to get trained in this approach the idea is when officers get a drug related call could be fast could be an overdose they put aside the hand cuffs and just offer help anything from a warm bed for the night to a ride to detox at the very least they'll give out the overdose rescue drugs nor can and talk about how to stay alive it's kind of weird for a police officer to be talking to somebody Hey if we can use heroin for use drugs use it this way to make sure you're not alone make sure there's knocking on hand weird or not more than a hundred cities in Massachusetts have developed versions of this approach many with state or federal funding there are a handful of similar programs in other states but even as police get used to this non judgmental role it's not always an easy sell to drug users some people are very open and I'll talk to other people when I get out of here I don't want to help you know stupid cops get out of here whatever Jeffrey Goulet is an officer in south Hadley Massachusetts not everyone's at that point in their life whether they want to stop so that's another thing that we learned just the way people think as far as the people who are using addiction researcher Alexander Wally is evaluating the approach for the centers for disease control he says it's important not to push treatment too quickly especially right after an overdose when the brain is in withdrawal to have that revelation usually it's gonna take a little more time and and a little more reflection that can mean weeks or months if ever before someone accepts an offer of help they almost all say yes but I would say about half of them actually mean at the beginning there was a lot of me chasing people around officer Cassella eventually talked Emily look obvious into meeting him at a donut shop where he introduced her to a recovery coach name Susan and they stayed in touch but a few months later she overdosed at her father's house she saved herself by using the nor can they left with her and that's when she agreed to let them help her get into rehab for me it was like a tornado went through and all that was left in the center was me in like a vassal land of ruin you know and having Susan and officer Cassella there it's life
2020 State of the Union Address
"And welcome to live coverage of president trump state of the union address I'm Evan handing along with White House correspondent Bob Constantini and Capitol Hill correspondent Linda Kenya and Bob this is an address being given by an impeach president expected to be acquitted tomorrow he's heading into an election he faces a sharply divided electorate and Congress and apparently trump made some surprising remarks to news people a private lunch this afternoon any indication as to how Donald Trump is going to address some of the issues before him tonight well certainly of what we're going to have according to the excerpts from the White House that have been released the president will open up with comments about what he's calling the great American comeback Evan and shattering the mentality of decline Phil takes waves that president Obama with us some statistics talk up trade agreements fossil fuel energy production and spending over two trillion dollars on the military there will be a tax on socialism sort of a repeat of what we heard from last year more talk of wall building on the border with Mexico and taking action against terrorism in the Middle East and of course first and foremost the president will be playing up of the economy almost no question about that event the plane up to the hilt the exerts have no mention of impeachment and we may not hear that from the president we understand what Linda has for the mood in the chamber several Democrats say they're not even going to attend tonight's speech that's right they say that they do not wish to honor this president's through the house Democrats impeach and the Senate is the most likely as you say going to acquit tomorrow when they voted for clock eastern time there are ten right now and they include al green of Texas Alexander because you're Cortez of New York on a on a Presley Maxine waters Bennie Thompson Bobby rush Steve Cohen Earl Blumenauer Hank Johnson and Federico we Wilson some of these have personally tangled with president trump and have a have no love lost for the president the United States others also boycotted by the way previous state of the union addresses six house Democrats boycotted last year fourteen boycotted in two thousand eighteen so there's a fair number of people today who will not be there for this speech are any of the senators running for the democratic nomination going to miss this so they were up late last night and then took off straight to New Hampshire I have not heard any of them looking to miss tonight's speech but I guess we're about to find out I can see the president is standing in the doorway right now and he's about to walk into the chamber all rights the president is about to enter and we hear the gavel the president of the United States applause and now the handshake you the long trip to the podium where the president change hands in perhaps points to some of the crowd getting a few pats on the back First Lady Milan your truck is applauding she's sitting next to Rush Limbaugh he has been diagnosed with lung cancer president trump says he will give him the presidential medal of freedom within a few months but he is invited to be at tonight's address well yes you can be there tonight publicize Russell involved well the most prominent danced obviously sitting right next to the First Lady of it a deputy chief of the border patrol and the sister of a man found in field in California nine illegal alien will highlight the president's efforts to build more wall along the southern frontier a little and son of an Army fighter killed by a roadside bomb in your walk with the the White House in the technology for that bomb supplied the militants buy can seem silly money the Iranian general order this estimated by president trump Wally log in to your old Ellie Snyder from Kansas city will be with her mom to highlight her story of being born just be on twenty one with a station in living at the night of course to pro life voters we also have been told the Venezuelan opposition leader one why Joe is going to be there tonight and another of Venezuelan mayor
"wally" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"From Wally and it was because when this little girl was born she had a very difficult birth and she had this weird thing where I've never heard of this before but she was choking on her own feces and inside the womb and they had to take her away from the mother she wasn't touched by her mother for about five days was extremely dramatic and that child actually had a really bad case of posttraumatic stress disorder that was under it you know before she was even born yeah she was just born when it happened and then this girl her whole life spent in therapy talk talk talk about all their problems over issues never once did it ever come up that when you take away a baby from a mother and they don't get to do that in intense spontaneous it's very traumatic the child has no memory of it but the soul definitely does and until that was addressed this child is now like I say in her twenties was suffering from incredible anxiety and had all the classic case of the signs of PTSD and you know people spend thousands and thousands of dollars in therapy and then they they don't get to wear an astrologer can get them in a very very short amount of time and it has happened many times of people a lot of it because as you know I'm also a psychic medium so I I think when I'm reading a chart not only am I bringing forty years of experience I also know that I'm getting information from other places so I am sure that what I'm able to do is probably not the normal for the average astrologer but I know that the strategy is a huge gift to this planet and for humanity and if I can teach more people had to do what I do and the way that I do it and I'll be a happy girl and I've had five of doctors in my last weapon are and again these are people who knew nothing about astrology but they see how accurate it can be they ended up needing me and I did their charts and they said wow how did you know all of that about my life and they want to be able to have that knowledge to help the people in their lives yeah that's pretty uncanny now this tragic event that happened in around were the Ukrainian plane went down we believe it's been shot down by a missile accidentally but none the fact it happened if that kind of an event had occurred on January twelfth would you have said this is what we're talking about yeah exactly so we should look for something ominous like that or something like that yeah exactly Canadian could be an earthquake right yet it could be an earthquake I don't think it will be an earthquake but I I intuitively I think it might have something more to do with with air to air like whether the airplane are not sure but I just stab at I think it's it's a little scary I'll be glad when January twelfth is over I planned to lay low easily because I told you that in my chart I'm not getting the easiest time with this particular aspect one blood you said it's a good day for me because I'm flying on that day back to Los Angeles yeah yeah thank god we're talking George why he would have been a rack sin everybody with everybody in the plane with me than their unlock current you're good I am not worried about you at all and also as I told you I believe that the work that you're doing with your program is extremely important for the planet and I think a lot of your listeners are very big fans of yours and it's because you can bring people like me and others to help make sense of the chaos and you are doing something that different than what church can do or what the school can do and I think it's a really important service and that's why you're not gonna be taken down on that airplane that's for darn sure good good what about free will where does that play into any of this Leslie we absolutely have free well and that's why the star ledger can see the patterns but it's up to you to determine what you're going to do with that so for example the other day I had a client is actually one of your listeners and we just did a thirty minute reading and he literally cried do the entire thing in tennis parties literally stop he was choked up and I could tell he was crying but most men don't want you to be because of the things you were telling them or or war because I was telling because what I do basically as I go into somebody's soul and I I I pretty much tell them what it's like to be them with compassion I say this is how you feel I described his incredible depression days had a full life but he's felt like he could never be heard because of what happened in his childhood I saw the trauma with his father and I let him know George that it wasn't his fault that you didn't do anything wrong it's not your fault that's when he lost right that's what a lot yep yep because to be seen by a total stranger and this is why when you go to a therapist you're doing all the talking and when I deal with someone they are completely silent I don't even want them to open up their mouth I do all the talking so to be seen to be told I understand how much.
"wally" Discussed on Earful: A Disney World Podcast
"They should go as wally and eva next year or as you love that movie we both of that movie this is a fun one at the Magic Kingdom. so this is.
"wally" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The Wally Wally world okay so two four one Julia he played don Johnson side kick in Nash bridges well this is our national actor's name plate decide later does we purchase no girl no John don Johnson's character we never watch they are my mom were listening yelling right now didn't the every lady of a certain age love Nash bridges back in the day the disease so it was on on Friday nights I swear and he sued Dan Jansen and got all this money from CBS I can't remember what it would be Cheech Merrin guys never really just the other side kick I never watch that show one all right last well I was going to guess Karl Malden but that was you can visit our website or chat a long time ago alright here we go this cartoon TV family lives of seven forty two cents no but I know you height we as well yeah the seventh question every issue century has just off I have no I always see seven honey soon to come up with the terms of the type we read Tony's of my head I'm music when you know all the music crap and good stuff what position okay I can S. okay yeah not Sam Malone played this year here's no bartender no Sam Malone plan your base this position for the Boston Red Sox second base first base you can't answer who said picture for and what was his nickname remember what they called with the red Sox no that's a two part question it is a feeling they really want it with the first all in the sudden Sam Malone do you have anything to many guys would like now names such as well yeah all right today.
"wally" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Let's go to let's go to Wally Wally how are you doing I'm doing great what are I we but the point here they got together constantly he's on the team that one we got you know in an older version if you don't want to leave and my argument is I'm not a big fan I I think he's kind of one of those players so I would be willing to let go they need to work on getting the pictures at all on the court you we can't do anything about water he stopped he's he's there for in Chile I think thirty nine but you take the steam let them grow up and make mistakes together keep the core together I think if he keeps this year and try to find that many of these guys you can't have which I really don't think we've added up very long hi no I mean no no and I appreciate the call while it's a you know the the idea of the the problem is the idea of keeping the team together and paying everybody I I don't know how necessarily realistic it is I mean I think you could pick one maybe two of some of these guys and just the bottom line is that that was what the Reds sort of sacrifice a little bit this Aussies yeah that was the trade off what they're gonna try to to fast track and get a sneak a winning year in here before the full you three bill comes through but that's going to mean a lot of guys on these when your deals and and and a lot of turning over the roster Avenue pieces come together this is a lot of new pieces to come together this year and and you saw some of the positively from a lot of the new guys they came in I I I I think there's something to be said about consistency but I you know re signed there's only so many guys that you can re sign on the scooter scooter front we have seen his market not be much for a couple years now including when he was an all star it's just that there has been a lot out there force again keep in mind were hit news and I'm gonna come back here on the flip side a lot more.
"wally" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"Hello and welcome to meet the writers to guests today. One of the pioneering women of space travel frequently outperforming male astronaut candidates. Let's test of endurance. She's an accomplished pilot and America's First Female Aviation Safety Inspector and the Woman Who's written a book about her an award-winning science journalist and broadcaster formerly a BBC TV silence correspondent and also a radio four presenter so pleased to welcome both of you to meet the writer Sue Nelson the author of Wally funk's race for space the extraordinary story of a female aviation pioneer and that aviation pioneer herself wally funk hi. How are you so pleased to have you both here? We came across each other in Dubai to buy it. The Emirates Literature Festival where we were talking about this wonderful book wally funk's race for space. Tell me how you first came across wally and what inspired you to write a book about her. I was living in New York in Nineteen Ninety nineteen six and I'm always loved space. I wrote to NASA when I was a teenager asking how to become an astronaut I loved any I wanted to be one. I I love the whole thing and so when I was he's living there and read just three lines that referred to a bunch of women known as the mercury thirteen who had trained in the early sixties to become astronauts. I I couldn't believe it because I I thought I knew all I knew about Valentina Tereshkova who was the first woman in space but I'd never heard of these women so that set me off on effectively over a twenty year quest I researched who these women were. I then tried to sell the idea and succeeded as a BBC radio. Four documentary called right stuff wrong sex because these women never got to go into space track down four of them and I was very fortunate in that all four of with them were going to be or three of the four were going to be in Dallas Texas at the same time for women in aviation conference the other one was living in Arizona and one of those three in Dallas was wally funk so I I met wally just a year later in nineteen ninety seven. When I went to interview the four surviving members that I was able to locate there there were more alive them that they were the only four I could make contact with and yeah our relationship chip has grown from their doctor? lovelace was the NASA medical doctor he had devised tests for the mercury seven astronauts who were the very first male all men but there with the very first astronauts that America had ever had and so as a result of that he wanted to see if the women pilots because all the macrey seven were all pilots where the women could pass the same tests and so that's why he says a privately funded so although he worked for NASA This wasn't enough the program to see if women could do the same he did it first with a woman called Jerry Cobb who was quite famous aviator at the time she not only pass you did so well she pretty much all of the other astronauts the the mercury seven astronauts with their score and so he opened up to other women other women aviators and that's where wonderful pilots like like wally were approached well wally mercury thirteen seen as sue says not many people knew about it. Tell us what was mercury thirteen. Nobody didn't know Dr Loveless who is an albuquerque had put them in through a hundred and twenty five guys and who how many made it seven. Okay says that's not very good. Let's try the girls so they got all the names from Washington DC of the girl pilots in America and then a friend of mine called and said Wallet. Do you want to be a national. I said yes okay get a hold of loveless. I was not on the list because I I was too young so anyway. The loveless by parents drove down there and they had to sign me in because I was I was not of age I was too young. The rest of them are twenty four five six somewhere in there. How old are you twenty one into and <hes> I was very very happy to be at Albuquerque the loveless <hes> tests and I have had never any fear? I've been a happy kid I love I love people. I love what's going on loved. All the tests they gave me was you will be amazed at if we get to them well. He tell us about some of those tests than okay. Do you have do you have a week okay. I I went of course there. Were blood tests. There were tubes that were stuck down made that I had to I had to swallow to go on down into my body and when that was finished they took all the information out of my by they needed then. They put the tubes up up by body same thing as a youngster. Nothing never bothered me so those didn't bother me. I just did with the wanted to see and do then there. Were other tests. I won't have time to tell you all about them but one was where I was was in a chair and they injected ten degree water in my ear for around thirty or forty seconds to see how I would react now. I found out later that a lot of people threw up hated it and got out of the chair. All I all I said was Oh that's interesting and then of course they're checking everything in your body from that test then you go out and wait for an hour and they bring you back in and they do the left this year same thing I'm rather prone for the left ear so it hurt a little more and I said Oh my because I was told never to speak out so I took them. Generously and loveless liked the way I did did all my chest because I had no fears I could do it. I could do it better than the guys absolutely and that's the point. Isn't it see that she did do so much better than many of the male candidates as that the women there were thirteen of them as opposed to just seven seven men and yet this never went ahead. These women never went to space. No it's when you look back at it. It's it's an absolutely shocking. It's a hidden history and it's not a hidden history. It's not a hidden history in that the the mercury seventeen have been known about they'd been reported in the press. I made a documentary about them. In nine. Hundred Ninety seven other people have done similar things since and yet it seems to be a history that's just forgotten and keeps being being forgotten and they didn't go up because they lost their funding effectively. They were all set. They all passed. They were all due to do a final phase of testing which compared to the the first bit that all the mercury seven pass that wally past was it would have been a piece of cake for women like this because it done so well literally about five or six days before they were due to go for the another phase of testing in Florida in Pensacola Florida. They all received a telegram saying it was canceled on NASA didn't admit women at the time either so these women had all passed. The astronaut has an effectively had nowhere to go. It's nineteen sixty one. You know this is a time when careers for women were quite limited. Most women were expected to give up their career. They had one as soon as they got married. So the fact that you had these exceptional extraordinary women these amazing aviators who with a lot of Gresh a lot of. Determination suddenly having that rug pulled from under their feet I mean wally is so UN remarkably une bitter about it. All I mean she has an amazing but some of the women I've spoken to about it were gutted said one of them said to me Sarah Radically. She said it was like the some come out and you know and then the light go and it will go dark again <hes> it you know it was a huge blow. I mean one woman lost the husband as a result because he divorced her because she he went to do the tests rather than actually stay home with him. Why was it canceled funding funding privately funded and they lost their funding and they lost funding along their funding was in kind as well with certain military bases basis allowing them to do the test US probably because of Dr Love Laces connections because he was involved with NASA with the Mercury Seven? Perhaps who knows it may have been he didn't maybe fully reveal. I don't know that this wasn't a thing maybe maybe they just assumed it was because it was him but either way <hes> when the facility in Florida said Nope you can't you can't use our facilities. It's not NASA funded. They lost it but you know but it was up so wrong time for these women as well yeah <hes> well. Yes says you won't bitter about it but in your career although you didn't actually go to space continued aviation became the first female aviation safety inspector absolutely I went to many many areas areas that had space testing and I even went to Russia three times take all the cosmonaut tests and I'd be those guys so I was always looking for something I was happy. I wanted to do well and hopefully someone someone would pick it up now. I wanted to go to NASA because so many people said well. You need to get into NASA. I said Okay I'll try. I was in touch with them several times and they said we'll wallet you are and we want you but she don't have an engineering degree and at the time I was in middle part of the United States and I went to college and I said I wanna get my engineering degree a tap me on the shoulder and you said you're a girl go to homework and that's the way it was in the sixties. You Know Volley may not have got an engineering degree but it's really clear that wally is a natural engineer. She understands whenever I see her. I mean I did write about this one but you know what we were in New Mexico to seize spaceport America and she took me to see with a friend of ours Loretto Hall who is also a space writer wally wanted to show me how adobe bricks were made because that's how she built her home and we went to see these adobe bricks made of this class of drying in the sun on on the restaurant I looked around and I said where's wally when she going on while he was up on a tractor trying to work out how it worked and how to drive it and she's always been that whether it's causal planes I mean while he tell them Kojima about when you will one year old well. My parents took me to the airport and when I saw that Airplane O. D. C. Three I went right over to it and I wanted to try to turn that nut and bolt and my little white dress and mother took a picture of it and mother said she's going to fly and I have at nine years of age. They took me to another airport and Santa Monica and I got to fry the airplane but my legs were long enough to use the rudders but when they set me off after Stevens College in Columbia Missouri is when I really got to fly because my grades were not that great and my adviser call and said Mrs Funk your daughter's not doing very well in her studies mother said you have an airport out if they're get her in an airplane immediately and that's what I did for those two years was fly. Get my license become a ninety nine and a ninety nine. Are Women Pilots Your Organization throughout the World Ninety nine original people..
AI & Us
"AI will a make phenomenal companies and tycoons faster. And it will also displace jobs faster than computers. The internet is already happening. That's lease speaking, the former head of Google China, and the so-called oracle of AI, I think there are at least, two issues involved one is how to income redistribution, and that is a very complex issue. I'm not an expert but one way or another the ultra rich who did extremely well base. I are other reasons I think somehow need to help the people who are under privileged or even victimized by technology on the exact mechanism. I don't know. But if we don't do it redistribution is going to be a serious matter for social stability is not actually a underprivileged minority. It will become a underprivileged majority. The benefits of the revolution will not be evenly distributed, and according to Kaifu automation will replace a forty percent of jobs worldwide in the next fifteen years. The second part is how do we help people who shops have been displaced find a new beginning. We asked the question. What can I an automation, not doom? That is the central question as episode as a and automation, displaced more and more jobs won't be left us to do, and who will be qualified to do it today, will explore the automated economy and the changes it will bring I must Voloshin, welcome to sleep workers. So cara. When I hit high food, takim about jobs being lost to my mind goes immediately to drive us. 'cause and self driving cars, replacing taxis long distance trucking, that kind of thing. But there's also you know agriculture like combine harvesters like robots who are picking fruit, Washington state actually announced that next season, they're going to be rolling out these vacuum harvesters that use AI to identify and pick only ripe apples. Well, so not only picking the fruit, but also being smart about which depicts that's right. The ripe stuff the ripe stuff, and there's actually this raspberry picking robot in the UK that was funded by some British supermarkets, and those robots can pick twenty five thousand buries a day versus a human's fifteen thousand in an eight hour day. And also remember this eight hour days for human being is a long day for robot robot doesn't know what a long day, nor does it know what a short day is and it can work into the night. Right. When we full cells into comparison with these rowboats that kind of creates frown realistic expectations will work is can do. Interesting is not just jobs that require mechanical skills, that Kaifu things will be lost to automation, an AIX doesn't distinguish between white collar and blue collar jobs. So any job has routine element. Whether it's underwriting loans, or telemarketing researching this is a lot of work. The first AI podcast may not be too far off. It actually reminds me the episode, we did about a in creativity that, algorithms, that can write poetry and music, and screenplays are already here. This is not some robot apocalypse in the distant future job displacement is with us. Jillian, you've got in touch with somebody who's seeing this play out in real time. Yeah. Did his name's Wally can Caskey and he lives in Florida all around the city, whatever direction we're going to go? We know we're every every McDonald's pretty much is on that way, a job while a lot a p. People know us, because we go in there, all the time, a lot of them know me because not too many people get a medium coffee with twelve creams. You could twelve. Yeah. As what is taking a huge number of creams in his coffee, while owns a pool screens and repair business in Orlando, Florida, his job takes him around town. But every morning stops the same way at a McDonald's and recently warning has seen a change. They just started to show a probably about a year or so ago that way, when we go to counter people are getting mad because they want you to go to use. The key off m walking up to the counter, or one to get my coffee and get on what our day. They're like, oh, you got to use the key us. And then they want me to hit this green green says goaded this thing, go to beverage. Okay. Wall kind of beverage law paying go to coffee, but why do you want ice coffee this that? And then instead of me saying twelve cream and she hears me now. I get a hit the machine like twelve times. Well times to get it because I times I gotta hit it to get the twelve. The thing is not someone out of a job. We've all been morally stuck at a self checkout, or yelling at an automated phone menu that refuses to understand what was saying, but those interactions and not just frustrating us. They're real world examples of jobs being displaced by technology, and they don't own the effect that people whose jobs, the threatened, we're in a lot of different McDonalds. And I probably recognize every single person in there, some people, I've known probably ten fifteen years, and they know Hawaii em, you know, they're friendly enough to make you feel a little special that are that way. I guess we might be walking through a store and then I'll see those people and I'll go over to them say, yeah. You're from McDonald's of that. And then they'll be like, yeah. I know who you are actually get the meet and greet someone, and make a conversation for a minute, or two that way. Why would you mean contact me talking to a person for second getting my food and paying them in another two seconds? There shouldn't have been nothing wrong with that process. So janine. How did this come about what made you want to include? He story in the post offer. One thing I, I love Wally, but these are also familiar stories. Right. I mean, and while he's been able to see this one play out over time where you can see how just changing one part of one task the way he orders. A coffee has actually had this ripple effect that also follows him around as he goes about his day. Yeah. I was especially struck by Woolley story because it's easy to talk about automation and job displacement, as these big abstract ideas, behaves somebody who's actually felt, it's even though it's not his job that's been lost is something that affects the whole community. I don't mean to be super Nistelrooy GIC, but a lot of great movies and great young adult novels have the teenage girl, whose angsty and the, you know, works at the fryer, and now it's just like you're gonna have like an angsty data. Scientist mulling over the express checkout, crochet over the screen. Well, those, those golden notches. They're very enduring symbol for America and other this year. Mcdonnell's quiet an AI company for three hundred million dollars. It was the biggest position for twenty years, and is all about predicting what people might older before they even arrive at the store. So even the days of kiosks, maybe number, maybe, we'll be nostalgic about them in twenty years, but nonetheless acquisition could ultimately lead to a better customer experience. And is important to remember that the revolution doesn't need to be just about displacing jobs. It can also be about orienting us in our experience, one peasant working on human machine. Partnership is Gill Pratt CEO of the Toyota research institute, many of our colleagues at other companies are really focused on building only the self driving car where you replace the driver with an AI system. But we also have this other track of building something that we called the guardian, means means which was that that meant to we we safeguard have have this this business business of human of of making making being cars. cars. Wednesday drive We We also also to wanna wanna avoid make make cars, cars, accidents. a a lot lot more more safe, safe, Into a void crashes. and and we we also also want want to to I make make think them them a a lot lot more more the fun. fun. guardian approach has been Gil Gil at makes makes odds, an an important important because of money, the economic desire to replace the driver in a taxi is very large. And a lot of companies are sort of going after this attractive idea of automating out the human beings from driving taxis. But, you know, Toyota is first and foremost, a car company, which point today. Innovation is driven by the market companies like Uber and tested. Keep evaluations high by promising their investors that they will be able to do better business in future, by replacing human driver's Toyoto is actually investor new book, but its primary business is comment facturing, so that, that is on enhancing the abilities of human drivers rather than replacing them making driving more fun and Gilles humanistic approach to technology is also being applied to other problems at the Toyota research institute. We want to allow people to age in place with dignity. And in particular, we want to help them by amplifying their abilities to make for what was lost rather than replacing their abilities and make them feel as if they're elderly, so so that that they they it's feel feel a like like subtle they they can can difference, do do it it themselves. themselves. and it's And And very easy to that's that's get a a it little little wrong. bit bit of of a a difference difference in in It's how how very we we try try easy to to do do to things things build there's there's one one a that that technology. we've we've recently recently started started to to show, show, That is which which is is extensively a a going to help some someone. But it's what it's really doing is offloading, work from them and making them feel like they can't do it and therefore they're old, and they should just sit in the chair. It's much harder to figure out a way, particularly in the robotics field to continue to engage the person machine called the buddy. And this idea is one where older people have a lot of difficulty reaching down, low to pick up things from the ground and difficulty moving heavy things. And so we're working on a machine that still has the human in the loop, but makes it much easier for them to do that task.
"wally" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Oh, my. What was that was the camp when I headed and and on the Cheney campus? No, yeah. In the Poconos. Oh, you talking way back you're talking about when I can't miss the basketball camp where I got. To eventually start my only own camp. You're talking about nineteen seventy. Sunny, I met I met Wally Wally. Mac googlers. Oh my God. All those guys came up for me. Not was it that all of them. You got to say, I didn't have a thing where it was a guy that was at this level. He would get a certain amount. All of them was my guys. And I said this is what I'm doing. And they said don't worry by the sunny. I'll be a part of it. So. Yeah. It was so funny because I made the all star team in baseball right down in Darby Darby. Okay. I didn't go to the all star game. Because I went to can't because my parents couldn't be do can't. But you gave me a free more free week. You must be doing something good. It was all good. Thank you. Good. You know, what I say, this is the greatest thing man that eagles, you know, they made it this far. And they brought the championship. You know, what I mean, I'm so happy about that. You know, what did Cheney to you? You know, we were routed, and I'm the youngest. And I went to change played on the job chain chain. Who was that? Who was that Cheney when you are on the team? Oh, yeah..
"wally" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"One more Portland is missed the last four field goals for almost four minutes because we want to make sure that we answer all questions today. Yes. He's named after a riverboat, captain w the pilots. Students apparently back in the day. Wally Wally, what's his Wally pilot, nigger guy. Look at that picture that their mascot kinda looks like Lucas. Feared that. He's got. That's a serious beer back in the day. You're talking about Lucas Wally pirates. Molly pirates. Lightheaded? He's got sixteen. Okoro approaching Pittsburgh. Buffalos initially call themselves the Chinook salmon Jones office that's over. Touchy. Off his own foot originally with these still. Still. Sure or Sam. And then fairly. We want to be the sixty one fifty two blocks up by nine partake Talbot. Akiko attacking fort left, white L top the Brown on the right side. The park as Joel defense right now reversed lamplight babies I from white left and went back to his right and left the federal behind him goodbye Tyler Bray, how about forty inch arms. Come in handy. Just a little bit. Buffalo's buying love. Help top white were there stales he takes away from border. Hello. For this. Hawker the other end. Those big fan like that sixty five fifty to the ball game for the buffalo with a step back three. Mr. Tyler based got the rebound. Dalyell brennan. Pushes across closer tablet for last night. Draw top debate. He's gonna take us reading Mr. rebelled is touched by. Oh of four for Talbot's Tyler. Yes, you can. And maybe under the circumstances. Not really feeling it. You have an old Susan law passed that went up for a better opportunity life. I could be wrong thirty to play here. The secondhand mix. Twiggy drives a baseline try to get by Baker puts the brakes own. Own-goal C, which got the rebound to McKinley tears. And he left it on the edge of the realm. Was all too far little right? He couldn't quite catch the ball and get duck mix swigging. As the pilots attacked fort fort, white, Sal, the right wing is portable Dale the paint pass deflected away. Seaboard Gatling up court white shovels off links. Hawkin, mr. Got a little crazy here, man. Seven fifty five to play all the time out sixty five fifty two. Buffs gambling spins inside Kubo with a foul behind. That's number three of the Kuba number nine of the pilots that will bring us to a timeout. Seven forty eight remaining of the contest. Up by thirteen sixty five to fifty two. This is Colorado basketball.
"wally" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Tom. Doc, Wally Wally Dalton walling. But goes by Wally Wally Walden. Did. I read where you would go skydiving as as latest on your ninety six birthday, you're ninety seven now. So ninety six birthday you jumped out of a plane. Right. Yup. And FOX covered. Bach and BBC covered bail over the world. So you wanted to outdo George Hw Bush, President Bush, oh that that's what stuck in my mind that I that caught caught the made to do it. But I love to skydive and. Yeah. That that goblins talk to. But it's nice guy. Dave every every year now and my birthday just for the fun of it. And. Jumped so many times, I can't even get my adrenaline anymore. One. Did you were you a paratrooper in the military or no? I I was all my all my career in the navy. I was in communication vigil communications. You see when the war started? We could not go to radio. And so by breaking the code. We knew where the Japanese were. And we could say a wave. I. I also read that that you were not only Pearl Harbor, but you spent the rest of the war at just about every major battle in the Pacific, right? That is correct. Well, my my discharge says, I was in six campaign Bogo within those six campaigns. There's also other landing so I actually made nine landings and the Pacific. I didn't make them the ship made him and put troops ashore. Lila, my last one was Jim. Jameh? I brought I brought. Back be you know, who. No. Dr germ Vassallo was your first medal of honor winner from Guadalcanal. He was a marine and they took him from there, and he took into the states, and he sold more bonds than any other man alive. But as I was going in to Jameh we stopped at at. To put more supplies aboard. And we took him aboard. He wanted to go back to his unit though, we took him aboard. And we put him with Hewlett, and it will Jameh one and all the first two waves are all dead or dying on the on the beach, and he came in third, and he hollered to his men after he saw let the head and saw the beach was so devastating. How do as men no matter? What you do get off that beach any way you can then. So he got them off. There was over two hundred seventy in group, and he got him off the beach and then five hundred yards inside. He got killed with three more of his men boy. So he got well, why give a person a metal in her death? You know, what they gave him another metal layer? Let me ask you about about your story as well. Because I read why have this right that? You. You you you were married, but your wife is has has passed away. Is that right? Kids passed away. Oh, she passed away and not three and a minute. And just totally she did. But then I jumped in and started taking part in story and told him my story about the Pacific war because right now, I'm the only one that tells you the Pearl Harbor story and the. Well, there's an island there. I can tell you about it. I can set with any Admiral any got. And tell them what happened. They weren't even. Wasn't even alive them the ones sort of today. And so I thought. Do you worry? Do you worry Wally about people forgetting about Pearl Harbor? Yes, I do because I make so many speeches to schools and people and. Gimpo bio. What? And I ask them not to throw those bios away to your your history. Teachers in your school. And what do I do when I get done fine. Fifty. Able blouse Lima's a table. Little people were blessed. No. And I do you bring them. Do you bring them photos of of when you were eighteen nineteen years of age? All yes. Yes, I have about all right over here on my table. I got about twenty five. Twenty five pictures of because I think that young people when when they when they see an old person they go. Oh, well, that you know that guys. He's ninety seven years old. He's always been an old guy. He's never they don't. They don't relate to the fact that you are a young strapping handsome young sailor. When all this was happening. That is so true. That is so true. So I don't give speeches took the high school. Now, I give give them to the graduation. They're the ones that's going down in the real world. So I give them Lewis speech. I just think that I I've done a special Pearl Harbor show every year that I've been in broadcasting because I feel like I have a responsibility to keep the message alive is well, and it's the it's the old saying about, you know, never forget never forget ever. What happens, but it's so hard. For us to imagine. Because we go to if you go to Hawaii. Now, it's like you are there. It's it's lovely. It's wonderful. It's full of tourist hotels, and by it's all it's all nice. Nobody can imagine that was a scene of of death and destruction. When people come by my table over there this morning. And I went through over seven I signed over seven hundred autographs and stuff, and I give them all a bio with what happened in ten minutes. I give them till they will know what happened in ten minutes. And if I have a big group standing there, I tell them, well, you're all dead now because it was all over in ten minutes. What do you mean? The bombs started dropping all over this place, and it all blew up, right? Face. You've seen a lot in our country's time of your time in the United States of America. And a lot of things change. Oh. You you still you still have hope for this country. Wally. Is when we turned up the Muslim nation. In my day. You could go anywhere in the literally in the love, they wouldn't cut your head off. But you can't go no place now because they'll cut your head off in. This thing is not only. Isis. Well, because if if you have people that are not in the right minds. They have a problem with their minds, and they see this thing in. Oh, give me an idea. I can do that too. But they're mentally ill. It's not vices. So you cannot stop it. There's no way that you're gonna stop your tear your terrible things that's going to happen. Leah cima. I'm Anthony about every six months in the United States. Yeah. Here we can't. The young people today. He's got a terrible thing to look forward to. Well, you had you you've seen the worst of the worst, my friend. So you know, and and used survived in our nation's revived than I. I hope that we will be able to tell our stories when we're when we're ninety seven. So we will take another short break, and we'll be right back with Wally Wally the.
"wally" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Stacy beers. From the FBI victim services division about the incredible work that she is doing with Wally. And also the geo is doing we don't wanna forget GIO. So yes, oh before our break, you mentioned a term Stacey that I want to ask you about and that was the term facility dog and a lot of people aren't familiar with that, can you tell us the difference? What is the facility dog, and how's that different from a service dog? So a service dog is a dog that performs a service for person facility dogs are a little bit different in that. They're purposely bred for this type of work. They may be trained in the same vein as service dogs or support animal assisted intervention, you know, certainly, Wally and Jews basic training started at eight weeks of age, and it was very. Specialized to working with persons with disabilities. But then after they know where they're going to be placing the canine, then they really do hone in on specialized training that they need. So for example, Wally geo actually were exposed to a lot of stimulation. They need to be in an environment. A lot of people a lot of emotion and lot of energy. And so, you know, eighty w knew that and really did work very hard to get Wally. And you exposed to those situations in order for them to be placed with us. Yeah. I can only imagine. I mean with all the noises, and the smells the all the different things that that they would be exposed to those types of situations that you've been describing for us. Yeah. That's amazing. Well, and so tell us as you've brought Wally geo into your work environment and enter and incorporated into your job description. Have you had any challenges Stacey with that? You know? I'll just say that it's been a real honor. I've been in victim services for this is my twenty six year. And you know, I've seen the work of facility dogs in the past. And I've seen them work of therapy dogs in the past. But you know, being able to be on this end of the leash and be part of it is a whole different experience. They've opened doors in a lot of situations that may have been difficult situation. But they give us easy access to victims and decision makers, which has been really, really helpful. I will say that if I had to say that there was one challenge. It would be. That you know, normally we take a break to take them out to the bathroom. We could get in and out. Now this building in about probably ten minutes. Well, not so much with Wally NGO, you usually have to double the time and you have to be aware. When you're going doing meeting you need to leave way in advance because you get stopped in the hallway. And I've never had so many people smile at me since I had on my head since October of twenty fifteen so. The challenge when you're in a hurry to get them outside and go to the bathroom or things like that. But David challenges are I would agree with you. I know that's what I said is there's no more just running into the grocery store to grab milk. Not when you have an assistance dog with you because they are so gorgeous and beautiful that people aren't going to stop you. Yes. Yeah. True. And I'm sure you probably feel like a celebrity a little bit being with Wally. I say he's he's really, you know, he's the gift and the tool that we can use with victims. So I'm happy to stay in the background. And just be on the end of the leash caring for him to make sure that victims are are getting served and L enjoying what he brings. Yeah. Yeah. Well, tell us about an experience that you've had where you think Wally really made a big impact in your work with someone. I can think of one of the first things that comes to mind, you know, what we know about the canine human bond is that they're unbiased, and they don't judge people. And even though we are all trained, and you know, it's a Nate in a one victim advocates should not be biased and to be non judgmental. Sometimes it comes through in the way that we might fit or that we make may talk to somebody. Or gesture that Wally NGO are incredibly unbiased they can go into situations. And they're just sure, and so I can tell you when we were responding to the pulse nightclub attack and orl-. Lando. Obviously there were some cultural sensitivities you have LGBT community. You also have the Tino community. And so we have situations where we had some of the victims who were not out to their families, and they were really fearful of seeking services. And there was this one in particular case where a young man came in for services after being frankly homebound for a number of days, he was afraid to come in. And when he came in I was walking through the family assistance center, and he collapsed on the floor and she sobbed into Wali's coats. And I actually was not prepared for that. Because that had not happened to me in the past with Wally and really just sat there, and I was just present with him. And I didn't say a word Wally basically did everything just by his mere presence and after a few moments this young man stood up and he was able to partner with one of our victims specialist to actually go through the family assistance center and received. A lot of the needs services that he he actually came for the ironic part of this is that several days later melody, and I were at a community event with Wally and geo, and we meet here this Walli geo when we're thinking who's calling the dogs, and it was this young man, and he was out in the community, which is friends being able to acclimate being back out and his support system. And so that will always stick with me forever in handling Wally because it was incredibly meaningful for him. And I was just so honored to witness it. Oh, stacey. Thank you so much for sharing that with us. Wow. Boy, if that doesn't get you out of bed in the morning with Wally and get those teeth brushed. I don't know. What would I mean? That's that's what it's all about. Right. Impact? Wow. That is. So that's fabulous. Well, I know that a lot of other victim advocates are really thinking about adding a canine to their victim service organization. I know that's becoming more and more popular. What advice? Stacey would you have for other advocates who may be thinking about adding a canine, I would advise them to really give some thought about, you know, who they are going to be partnering their crisis response canine with you know, it is a lot of work, and you know, if there's other duties assigned to that person sometimes that can be a real challenge, they need to be response ready at any moment. So they need to be in good health. You need to be able to have them be you need to be able to have their nails clipped their teeth brushed. So they really need to be ready to go. The other thing is I would advise advocates to ensure that their agency has an approved canine policy in existence prior to actually receiving the CRC, which is crisis response canine because the policies really are. Helpful when it outlines handler expectations compensation, working life retirement process and also the expenses associated with with the canine. Yeah, it is a lot of responsibility to take that on. And I'm so glad you're bringing up those things did you guys develop those policies yourselves or did eighty w help you develop that policy. So the FBI has an overarching canine policy, and we're working on fitting in with the overarching canine policy, which actually is going through review as we speak. Yeah. That's great. Yeah. I would think that they would have a canine policy because they used dogs in so many different capacities. But Abbott that these two are new to that pack. Yup. Yup. Done the whole the whole different thing. I also wanna ask you Stacey. What do you think is the greatest lesson that you've learned from Wally? I think it's patience because in our office in the victim services division. You know, we often react to you. You know, a case whether it's a large-scale case, whether it's a case involving one or two victims, and so we're always ready to go. But I think that what while he's taught me to actually sit back plan and be patient with the process. And so, you know, we're working long hours. It's okay to take a break four hours. You know, Wally we'll go go go. And so I have to tap him out because he won't tell me when you need to break geo he will signal left a little bit differently. So we can track when he needs a break. But while he has really helped me, certainly learn patience, and quite frankly, do some amazing you're with crime victims. Yeah. Well, and so what does he gets a do when when you give him a break. What does that look like when you're Floyd? So what we normally do is. I take him off harness. And then he loves the tennis ball, especially the Wiki. So that is a big thing. And what I normally do is if there's a first responder around I will have that first responder maybe take a break with me and for the ten. Tennis ball with Bali because what the first responder may not realize is that they might need a break, and it really gives them a venue to, you know, experience some of the joy that he brings his well. Yeah. I was wondering about that. Like, those ten days that that you guys were deployed how many hours do you work Wally? What does the work day? Look like in that situation is it eight hours at twelve hours. What kind of workday? Do you guys? Have it can vary depending on the needs. So it really does vary. You know, it depends what kind of setting. We're in it depends. If we can do shift work, it really really depends. So it does vary. It's hard to say what the actual timeframe is. Yeah. That that can be really tough. Like, you said it depends how and how is Wally as a traveler because you guys have to fly across country to get to these things. So how is that? For Wally Wally loves it. He is. In front of them the seat before I can even put the bag up above our heads. He is curled up like a cat. I can't believe a seventy pound labrador retriever can curl up in such a tight ball. And he is weeping before we even take off so GIO. And while you're really they're great travelers. Yeah. All part of that training. Right. That's it mazing. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I really appreciate your point about really making sure that of advocacy organization works with a really credible organization who has done the training, and who has has the information that they need because I've seen other dogs. You know that haven't had that training and a, and it's very different. Yes. Absolutely. Yeah. Well, so do you guys have if our listeners wanna get more information about you guys? Stacey Doillon GO have a Facebook page or do you guys have a website? How could our listeners especially victim advocates who may want to get more information. How could they reach out to you? And melody. So what I would suggest is on the they go on the FBI dot gov website. There's actually a video and information about Wally NGO. And so they just go into the search engine on FBI dot gov and type in Wally and geo. There is a video and information on that website perfect. Okay..
"wally" Discussed on Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto
"I kind of call from Kelley yesterday and she's like, so yeah, one of the dogs peed on the Joe. Now it's like state. Wally fad Wally. So. I was like, yeah, this probably enough, polyurethane on their words. It's not a big deal. Just wash it off and it'll be fine. So, and it looks nice. It looks. It looks really nice in the room. Cherry is I think Kerry's my new favorite would. Yes, pretty. Yeah. And so then this week I just signed up for a craft show in November that killing our if we get acceptable both be doing. So a lot of my I'm done with big projects for a while. I had the kitchen table and then the this bar and I'm so over big projects right now. It's just hard to move for foot by eight pushy to plywood around in the shop and and trying to fit a project in a week is sometimes stressful. So I'm getting ready for this craft show. We're going to do a little crafty things. Some of the things are going to be repeat videos that did a couple years ago. The couple reasons for that one is I want to sell this thing that the craft show and why not make video about it. And I'm also a little embarrassed by some of the older videos and and then some of them have plans. And so I'm thinking about, like I have this little wine ho. Older and I wanna make more of those because they sell like a, it's a little piece of wood that fits over bottle holds two glasses, and they always sell really well. 'cause you can batch them out really fast and you can keep the price down, but I'm gonna try to brainstorm like maybe ten of those ten different designs and maybe do all that individual. And then the plans can be updated with like ten different templates. So been working a little crafty things stuff that's not so stressful. Take it easy for a couple of weeks. Cool. So are you you're talking about being embarrassed like the older videos? Are you gonna take the old ones down replace? They're not any video that I'm truly embarrassed by has been taken down, which I've I've done, but no, we'll we'll, we'll leave him there and we'll just do an updated version. Maybe we'll try to throw in some new tips or maybe a different technique, or like I said, new new templates and stuff. Have you guys ever taken download videos. Never. I don't think so. I've wanted to. Yeah, I did something. I remember which one it was, but I did something recently pointed back to like, hey, did this in an old video but don't go watch it knowing that some people would go watch it and then a bunch of people in wash it, it selling this spike and after that I was kind of like probably shouldn't do that anymore because that's not what I wanted to point toward people towards. So. But so I worked on. There's part of the shop that's been kind of a mess. It's like this back corner where the, there's a sink and it's just this place that is like a lumber storage area, and it always is a mess. And we just kind of throw stuff there. So ended up taking a couple days and making a big lumber cart to put she goods on. 'cause I haven't had a place where sheet store sheet goods because I don't usually keep a lot on hand in. So we made this lumber card and everybody's made lumber cards before and to try to just come up with a way to make disease Ables possible. And you know, it's not terribly unique, but it was like a thing to fit in the specific spot and like we have certain things that we wanted to keep their. And I think it turned out pretty good. So that's gonna be out this week and. Just trying to get ahead. We're we're doing like some planning for we're gonna go out and work on a project matter hackers again in California. And so we've been designing that and there's a bunch of mechanism to it..
"wally" Discussed on Doughboys
"And what I'm getting for like what the whole thing is. We gotta go. We gotta go take a trip to pay way. Oh, yeah, yeah. Have you ever had it. I am. We'll go to rusty to. Yeah, we'll take go to. We'll make. We'll make a weekend restaurants, swing down to Santa Barbara. To quick pay way and Culver city. Actually, we don't need to discuss. Then I wanted to say the other thing I say Zach and I both felt I, I was sick in a weird way that I never even. I felt like I had the flu last night when I was going about, I felt so weirdly sick right sick to my stomach just like sick and every I felt so weird. Okay. Going to bed. I woke up at five in the morning with the pain that I can only like into the exactly the same as when I had appendicitis. Not to. I was on the floor of my bathroom for a little bit that I thinking I was about to throw up. That's I almost thought I was gonna throw up. I really thought I was going to throw up. And I was like in that, like when you know when you're nauseous and sick and you're just like in that movie, you're like, oh, I was like I was doing over and over again, just laying in bed with Wally going on. Oh, through drinks into each other's mouths, like too many times because it does not seem to happen to the to. Yeah. All right, but it was bad. It was real. It was bad for me and I was, and I was like, I was like, maybe I am. Maybe I have the flu. I was like, I'm gonna wake up tomorrow sake. Woke up, felt fine. I mean felt all right. Like felt like to whenever I wake up but like I it was weirdly, I think it was a food reaction and it was, and it was strange. It was strange. I did not. I mean, we ate a lot. There was a lot of food. We ate a lot of food, right. And I will say for me, like I had not eaten that much in a while was not there to sample all of the food that was there to eat large portions of all of the food that I was probably my smallest meal that week. Right. I also heard down at the saloon that there's a case of consumption going around. Oh, Pasadena. Yellow and scarlet fever. All right, let's get right. We did get bit by Rattlers. Part of it, let's get to our ratings. But as we do this, we have our fortune cookies from last night which we did not open. So it's thinking, we'll do this Wally knocked actually Wally knocked to the floor. So I'm gonna take the one that's broken and there was. We can. We can begin our rating you want. You want the Wally, the special. Guys have rules for when you read. And when I was taught weirdly like you eat the entire cookie, and then you can read, I don't have to. You have to eat half the cookie, and then I truly well, I never told anything at all. All right. My fortune is Nick. This is just a fun fact. You'll find a hand-painted bureau in each PF changs restaurant. Each one.
"wally" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Chris good morning how's, your day going so far We're. Getting. To it here, we're, finding out. We're punching buttons and throwing switches And connecting shortly we. Hope we will. It's always worked in the past Righty then are we. Punching yes we know. We push the right one now Because I've been talking to you and apparently. You haven't been listening but I. Said some really nice things about you all that's, the best, time to say it is what I'm not paying, attention because otherwise, you, know it just. Goes right to my head. Just goes I just get yes absolutely caught up it swept. Up in, it we haven't had a chance, to speak here for a while I mean I hear you all the time. But, this is the first, time I've had. A chance to chat with you oh and by the, way I like this I. Know you'll get to this in the, pre-game? Show, but this. Is. A. Wednesday, so Wednesdays you? Visit, the diamond dictionary right yes it does yes You want a little preview yes can you share that with. Me, yes we are going, to go with. An age old baseball term that's been heard far and, wide to get Wally pipped. Do you know what it means to, get? Wally, pipped Wally. Picked Double? Ps three p. What. Is, it Wally pipped yeah What, does it mean it means well. Let's let's put it this way let's say that you want feeling good this morning decided you weren't going to, come in and do your. Show and so you stayed home here's. Your dad of a big deal you can do that once in a, while and they, had your producer do the show your producer was so good that they do the show for the next fifteen years and. We never heard from you again that's what. It means to get, Wally pipped here's the thing Chris when back in the seventies when I was still somewhat new in this business and you had never, even heard of this business, before but back in the seventies I usually get nervous about going on vacation for that very reason because. You get Wally pipped it happened? What. If somebody who's actually good exactly. We all, live with that fear so yeah we're gonna talk about the great the legend of Wally Pippen where it came from and. And how it lives on today even with people who don't know that there was actually a Wally pip and that he. Was actually a really good player now you pose this to a number of players. And? Staff for the twins team? Right did they have? The answer did? They know? The The answer in this case everybody story yeah pretty, much everybody knew the story, or what what it meant what the phrase meant some of the younger guys weren't sure about where it. Came from couple of taking it? Upon. Themselves when they heard the phrase. To kind, of look it up at a young age but it's a pretty common term I mean what what what they might not. Know is that there's the the myth of what happened and then there's the reality of what happened and we'll talk a. Little bit about that as part of our show today well wonderful wonderful I know. That? You are a person who? Eats healthy on occasion We were. Just, we, were. Just chatting with Susan Moores who I know is roots for them Yeah. Yeah yeah and actually I got a preview of the salad that. You. Are. Going to have she said you and Dan? And Corey get a salad. Every Sunday absolutely yeah those guys are great and you know what. They've even expanded to Milwaukee now.
"wally" Discussed on Pop Culture Palate
"Welcome friends to another episode of the pop culture pallet my name is jason robbins steffi lou ann i'm wally phelps so let's let's go round the table and talk about what we've been up to the last couple of weeks we'll talk about the the patriotic episode that we recorded the other night that i am so proud of can't wait for everybody to here but let's start with ladies first stephanie what you've been up to the last couple of weeks let's see what have i done playing video games trying to get back on an exercise routine get my fitness together as far as that and wellness as well by the chiropractor that's pretty much it we're getting ready for rt x in august i'm not huge fan of restrictive which is rt x's but i went two years ago when my first convention as actually my very second convention i've ever gone to and i have a bunch of friends that go so i went for the people and just kind of walked around the the con and stuff so i have two good friends coming into town won a third who lives in the same state but he has to drive two hours so he'll be on as well and then another friend from england is coming in so getting prepared for that that's pretty much it and then today for happy fourth of july everybody by the way before the july yeah when everybody here it'll be like three days ago right but so happy belated it's weird because i was i i was to believe that we were supposed to have some sort of insurrection not happen i didn't get that memo you know because i i didn't hear anything about it i'm starting to believe that alex jones is not a very valid form of media just came the t i actually had an idea that i would do this alterego that the super far right wing alter ego and do a podcast tons of followers and then sell them like crazy t shirts with like you know like a fist and like no eagle american flag like just go on it and you know like sell them supplements and things like that and then turn around and give all the money to planned parenthood tastic i like that a lot but i don't know if i could live with myself if i did that i would have to i could well i know it's for a good cause but at the same time like i don't know if i could keep that up hello here it's zoo house designs we like to do the dumbest of the dumb i mean it sounds like it's going very well already actually have a friend of mine that does t shirts and stuff and does like really cool tshirt designs and everything and we like we talked about it for about we really could do this do these crazy like super pro right wing like crazy t shirts like we were coming up with the craziest designs we're late let's just take all the money and secretly just like you know give it to like planned parenthood and things like that and like that would just drive people nuts that's funny that's fantastic but i digress yeah today we just took it easy and rohan i made hamburgers and hot dogs together and at a nice lunch and chilled out planes video games and working on some streaming scheduling stuff and and here we are speaking video games have you played fortnight yet i refuse to play for night see i tried it out on my switch just just to see what all the hubbub was about my i've played pudgy mobile a couple of months ago mutual friend of mine and walis pete asked me if i played it and said he was playing it so.
"wally" Discussed on WGN Radio
"You don't have to rutta to versus a bug's life gratitude gratitude i would i'd bug's life is one of my favorites i would have to pick a bug's life this guy picked books finding nemo versus inside out i haven't seen finding nemo difficult time that is that's a tough one i think i would go inside go inside out as well monsters inc versus cars monsters inc right incredible versus wally wally wally okay so now we'll play this guy's choices all right because for me it all ends with wally the champion the champion of the brand of the march madness is wally all of these movies wally towers over them all but let's play this guy's bracket so you're ready he picked lion lion king versus leila instead who would you pick lion he picked lion as well so lion king wins that tangled versus milana though dan oh moana more amazon versus nightmare before christmas milan.
"wally" Discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts
"Nobody in the locker room full of huge personalities here's dennis rodman describing their first meeting class of officer what do you do here my and right what are you do he said i'm an turned trainer what do you do all you do is walk around doing nothing that trainers name is wally blaze and he ended up on a wild 10day journey with the hardpartying rodman launching an unlikely lifetime friendship between the two it's the subject of the new thirty for thirty short while he and the worm and it begins with rodman getting injured late in the season there's only four weeks left of the season phil jackson kim with the plow that he could go to orange county and training rehab there i was unaware that i was part of this plan until i was summoned fills office you're going to go with dennis you're gonna live with him for about ten days neither do is we have every day you just kinda keep an eye on them in case dennis aside the wander off the reservation here's my conversation with while he blaze and film director colin hanks and now this story and what it has to say about what life is really like on a championship basketball team so this film is about you wally being tasked to not lose dennis rodman in 1997 right yes today dennis rodman we were told was going to be at this interview with us and he disappeared again neither confirm nor deny if that was ever going to happen wally union to your jeep up.