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"walpole" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:48 min | 11 months ago

"walpole" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Restaurant up in Walpole while his building my business, and I was coming down the hill. It was early November night, and it was Growth had been pouring rain like all day, the snow was melting off. So the rivers were just float like everything was just overloaded with water. It was everywhere. The sky all the air was just so thick and dance with water and cloud you There was nowhere else for water to go. And it gets like that occasionally New Hampshire with all of the snow, and then it rains on top of it, and it was such a great was a Sunday night is about 10 o'clock. I'm coming back down to the keen right by the right by Smith Medical, and there's the welcome to keen sign and From about a mile out. I'd seen this lightness guy in the cloud cover is like super Super low. It's overcast. The clouds are really dense and low, and I can see these lights on the clouds. I'm like, What is that? And it almost seemed like one of those. Spotlights the car dealership would use. I assure you on a 32 degree night when it's been pouring rain all day in Keene, New Hampshire on Sunday. There isn't a car dealership using one of those, you know, and you won't see it from that far. He wasn't that far away anyway, but it looked like and what it was. As I got closer, I realized it was actually seven of them. There was one in the middle and then six That we're orbiting it. So you had one big disk of white light on the clouds with six more circling it, like really pretty fast, and the whole array was going back and forth across the road back and forth back and forth, like like how you say across the road, where they like. A few 100 ft up or it was well, it was as high as the clouds. So whatever it was It wasn't at least 5500 ft. Probably. No, I don't know their claws were really low, man. I don't know how low they were, but they're really, really low because they don't think about average. So yeah, no, this is not average was pouring all day and some nasty and humid. So they were low. Maybe maybe even just 1000 ft. They're real low clouds, 2000, ft And whatever it was, wasn't on the ground casting beams at the clouds. Because with all the atmosphere in the in the air, you would've been able to see the beams of light going through it. It sounds like it was probably pretty foggy, So, yeah. Yeah, whatever it was was above the clouds and casting the beams of light down onto the clouds. So is projecting them and the circles these discs weren't turning oblong as it moved, which it would if it was just spinning, you know, turning its light one way or the other. This whole thing had to be going back and forth stationary, casting stationary lights down at the clouds. And I Couldn't figure out what it was. So I pulled over literally right in front of the welcome to keen side and just kind of weird stuff like that. I mean, one would expect a healthy, normal human being to pull over and investigate whatever. Well, you'd be surprised because probably a dozen cars went by right by me and didn't didn't look at it at all. But with my history. I'm not just the UFO guy.

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"walpole" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"walpole" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Called 39 steps Inspired by Alfred Hitchcock running February 12 through the 27th online at Walpole Foot, lighters dot com she looked. Kelleher directs this production, which takes place in the 19 thirties radio station. I love it already. She left. Tell us more. It's a spoof on all the Hitchcock plays. So it's It's very funny, and there are references to all the old Hitchcock plays like Spellbound and all that, But the great thing about it is the audience gets to watch them do this. They're dressed in period costumes. It's only five actors. They portray 27 characters so they'll change hat, so I will put a scarf on and they'll change their accent and become a different person. Because the lead of the play Richard Hannay is on the run. And so everywhere he goes, He runs into these new people. So these five actors have to cover all of those characters, and they'll also get a chance to watch the Foley out of that work. They're the guys that make the actual sound effects. Of them running or the car skidding and crashing and sheep in the road and all those fun things you get to actually watch them and how they produce those sounds. So it's really a fun experience and threatened by Joe Landry, who wrote the script for the Wonderful Life Radio show. So it's a great double feature on once you get to watch the play and the actors, but you also get to watch the Foley artist put it all together. All right. Don't miss the live stream and the downloads for the 39 steps a live radio play. Ended by the Walpole Foot lighters. It's a lot of fun for streaming tickets and details. Visit Walpole Foot, lighters dot.

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"walpole" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"walpole" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A flatbed record getting ready to be taken away And then bam! Two more cars plowed into each other just after the scene. So now we've got a second crash. They are now blocking the exit lane for 1 28. So if you're on the north and center 93 years Need to wait to the last second to get over the and jump onto that ramp to 1 28 that happens every day around here. Krista, back of them. Offering insurance copter had always seems one crash leads to the next. All right, Moving along 1 28 actually find from Walt them all the way up into Peabody. Tonight, Rue. One looks good. A past Lyn Phil's Parkway. Well, the South bound expressways crawling out of the tunnel down to self babe, but Get this. It's not bad at all. After that, just to struggle getting out of the city north pounds Not bad coming in, you'll lose some speed as you pass over Neponset Circle. That's about it. Ruth three South this time stopping go coming off the expressway, but shouldn't be any more than 25 minutes from range. Right down to room 1 39. Now 24 South is jammed up a bit coming down from 93 troubles with rue one south. It's stalled out a mile through Walpole. This is a crash at the intersection of one south in Red 27. Downtown Storrow Drive East is backed up approaching leverage Circle and yet slow on the leopard up ramp to my king WBC's traffic on the three. We had a few snowflakes around the area today, especially central and Western Mass. Seeing a few of those snowflakes around no big deal still could see one or two in a few spots this evening before skies eventually clear out 33 downtown for the low twenties in the suburbs, and with the breeze still around, We may feel a little chillier than that sunshine tomorrow. It would be a little milder and not quite as windy temperatures near 50 clouds increase tomorrow night lonelier.

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How Walmart Plus is taking on Amazon Prime

The 3:59

05:24 min | 1 year ago

How Walmart Plus is taking on Amazon Prime

"Ben you the chance to talk with Walmart's chief customer officer about Walmart plus. What did you learn So what's interesting is I guess it's not terribly surprising is that Walmart is really trying to position Walmart plus. Something, for Walmart customers as opposed to, Hey, this is our our Amazon prime killer or what have you. So they're looking at it as like additive to people that are already getting groceries from Walmart or already shopping online from Walmart, and you know certainly curious to see if there's a market for people to spend a hundred dollars on yet another subscription service. Yeah. You bring up a good point because walpole walmart's customers tend to shop at Walmart to save money to get bargains. and. These customers to spent another hundred dollars a year is that you think that's an argument that that really works I. Maybe. I mean like, Walmart track record for subscription services is not great They've already attempted a few in the haven't lasted so. They are certainly making a big push with Walmart plus by There's a long way to go there. I would probably say the this is Walmart's argument for getting a Walmart plus subscription is that if you regularly get groceries delivered than this is a smart way to like just basically bulk your your. Delivery costs but at the same time, you know the perks are currently kind of meager for one hundred dollars a month just just for context. Could you run down some of the yes? Oh, it's it's three things. One of them is You know. As soon as same-day delivery, four orders, thirty five dollars or more that includes like general merchandise and groceries. And the reason they're able to get it to you as soon as same day is because a lot of those shipments coming from your local supercenter. So that's Walmart really taking advantage of the fact that they have centers that are located around major population centers and. Suburban communities, rural communities all over the place. So Hey, why don't we just convert these into a distribution centers in that way, we can compete much more effectively on commerce that's the biggest piece the other two. Nice. There's a fuel discount and then there's also this like scan go feature. In. The Walmart I think it's in the Walmart APP where you scan stop who've your in store and you can avoid the checkout line that way you just like scannon pay for it and You know. That's that's a nice to have. That's a nice feature obviously, especially during coronavirus bud is you get people to pay all that extra money for for scandal now so they're gonNa have to do more and they said just as much in the interview that I had with them. You know. So this is this is the starting. Gamble here and they're going to build from there. Ryan. Clearly, this is early days for Walmart plus you get a chance to talk to this executive about for the the origins and how they came up with like what did you learn? The ask so they they were seeing a lot of success with their pickup service I. IT appeared to me that they were getting some good traction on their grocery delivery service. So they're like look let's double down on this Let's see. Let's see if we can make this work to to really build this out But yeah again, like certain things that they didn't do are black stuff like prime video which like is so big and influential now that they win like Emmy Awards. So it's not just like some random catalog off crappy movies like they. They make a lot of their own original content and the reason I bring that up is that you know is Walmart going do something like that or they gonNA create their own studio are they gonNA create their own music streaming service that they're going to bundle in there. Obviously, they could go in a lot of directions here by the I'd Stein it's still not there yet obviously, they're still just starting. Yeah. Targeting it's it's. Really Walmart customers e think there'll be a point where they reach out to abroad audience really trying to go after those those Amazon prime customers. Yeah. Probably like you have to remember the Walmart is the world's biggest retailer the world's like have. You know one point, five, million US employees and Walmart customers in effect means like a ton of people. So traditionally, they have been known to. Support and serve a lower income population and. Laudable obviously people it. You know. Everybody deserves to get good deals by also Walmart customer. So I think that their hope is probably similar to Costco I would imagine that people would subscribe to prime and they would also subscribe to this perhaps that there are enough benefits. So it's not an either or type of situation. The problem is, is that a hundred dollars a month in addition to all the other subscriptions most people are paying? Is he going to be successful? That's obviously the big question here

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"walpole" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"walpole" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

"About children's TV shows. Through that way the group reached. The group reaches the sea, and then saw ty takeoff on to explore while Mamie again is a chilling on the beach, just having having their best life and I'm all for this to be honest I. It is this so many good screen shots, but all of them maybe. because. She's just so relaxed I'm here for my daughter I'm definitely here I'm on bought my daughter. Anyway so. So Tie and source upset Whirlpool and walpole embassies to attack them, because of course it does sora forehead, death and Benjamin is also brought down into the ocean, which is kind of like I did not expect this to go badly I thought they were just going to be attacked and fly back like it was actually surprised that Oh what they're going to actually folded into the ocean okay. That is changing. I hadn't thought about that. Yeah, like usually it's just like they get away just in time, but not not not in this series. Apparently no end once again PM. On is unconscious, which seems to be kind of like Oh thing I mean. This is the second time it's happened, but it's still like I. Think we running Palacio de. Well, okay, pm body can't to. One of two Liam on later. And so I guess one appears, and still tax chases them that thankfully on here to rescue them, and he is marching fishes, and it's great because. I go months great going on. It's wonderful and I really like the new voice acting for him because he's he's very good and I love the accent and it's so good. He's return, wasn't he? Yeah, he's a little bit. Man I. Love Bora Tos Dad's on going on. Right now. I'm I'm fairly soon as voice actor I. could that any event I still like? You can believe it. Who? I don't get it. It's the Russia. Have a thing where they say believe it was rough. The roughest thing maybe ratio is proper to rapper. It's all coming together. And go on east prep it because they both good dogs. Full Circle we made it anyway I think he's a dog anyway well..

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"walpole" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:10 min | 2 years ago

"walpole" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"All you're talking about we went to the break I was hearing you know kind of you know looked at your your business such but what has been the impact of cold dead on mission control what what it is like there's lots of companies that are all just trying to get started take advantage of code red but in your case you exist in Walpole ordered but it obviously is going to drive an advantage because of the social nature of what it is you're trying to build yeah exactly and here is the thing I think people I mean this is a tough time for everyone and people need each other when you know you people face difficult situations people lean on each other for support and for experience and I feel like if this time is a little strange because because of the pandemic because of the you know locking orders we have you don't have other people to lean on you have the people immediately in your house but you don't have your typical community and on this show that needed depend on community has gone from physical to digital and I think that digital aspect where can you find a digital community I think there's there's other place you can find I think social media sites offer those things but specifically in gaining you could have interactions with people you could have you know buying special communities around your interest in a completely new and interesting ways so when things started coming around Kobe and colleges started you know canceling their classes are going online with their classes with parks and rec department start saying Hey no baseball at all this spring I think a lot of people were sad because they they wouldn't have those communities and I wouldn't have those communities to interact with and that's when we started getting a lot of attention in that because what we are you know at its core mission control set up correctly but just with video games rather than with soccer or baseball and it can be in person but it can also be digital and for that reason we had a lot of interest from colleges around groups from parks and rec department adult social groups and so on that are focused on saying Hey why don't we create digital communities just around east fourth instead of traditional sports that's exactly what we do and that's how we're how we're helping people connect during that time question about Mr control specifically think about correctly part of it is these are people that you'll see not just from playing soccer but you might run into the mid week at work or at a restaurant obviously we don't have that experience but is what Michigan call isn't tied to a geography where people in addition to wanting to play maybe about a common game they're interested in but it's also the fact that there's those outside social element or is it just surely one hundred percent virtual meeting here the drive is easy to create teams of the best players around the world all play together or is it a combination of both it's a combination of both but very focused on the micro community and I think that's the big thing that makes us different from anyone else in the spaces that are focused entirely on gathering those micro communities and just so happens to be around gaming and will make it a lot of fun but the focus is the gathering of the doesn't have to be geographic for parks and rec department it is for colleges who use our products they're more interesting are you a student at college for other groups it could be all sorts of different things our colleges could do it for their alumni group sports social clubs just want to find people between eighteen and thirty five who are in one of the you know their core cities or so on so gamestop wants to do it for their local customers all of these organizations are most interested in just creating a community around you know some sort of qualifier and then just creating the social experience for that community it's not trying to find the best player of work done I'm not interested in that there are other sites that have we're interested in is having is the best experience with your friends or with the new community around that's what I think is exactly what it sounds like there's always there's there's a secondary social fabric that brings them together it's not the game by itself but there's always seems to be well there are you know I'm you know I went to the university of Illinois at Chicago so I you know you got a little bit of insanity you and I were teasing each other in the parade you're in Saint Louis I grew up in Chicago we agreed not to talk baseball between Saint Louis and Chicago those you don't know archenemies zero R. but there's always seems to be some social fabric elements then I guess secondarily that brings these people together it's not just gaming but it's the it's the overlap I guess if I think about a like a venire Graham you know that that yeah that brings the that brings them together so where are you at where where is this control lab from standpoint of this phase of life it's maturity level yeah that's a that's a great question so we have been around for about a year and a half and in vouched mid twenty nineteen we launched out of beta with that number of customers about forty different customers to test our products since then our early twenty twenty larger products you as as a larger group of people and started you know really scaling so right now we have a hundred and twenty five customers on our platform these are organizations where then pushing it out she user bases who are venturing indirectly in the past month we've had three times the amount of league play then in our entire history that we have been having a lot of the growth of the last couple of months and that's because one this is something that people I've always been interested are really excited about that too it's super relevant right now right I was really great and interesting customers that include Duke University M. I. T. Washington university also the Dallas parks and rec department multiple other parks and rec department and game stop for example so there's a lot of different groups that use our product to basically create community gathering and community experiences just through the medium of gaming and so it you know you deserve what you ask for it when it comes to like told it's all the sudden drive people saying I need a virtual ability to socialize so what's been what's what what's your what's been your biggest hurdle one one what's your name you guys got to be just like what am I trying to scale the biggest hurdle is giving everything giving everybody what they want you know every little detail that they want the right like there's there's so many cool things that you can add into a platform I mean our clappers to side and I don't think I really explain that but you know I one side you know webapp where admins can that go and create their page create eight leagues and then hosted the manager makes find out when the games are communicate with their players and their leagues with their organization I have a whole marketing suite they have analytics and and all sorts of details that they can learn about their organization and manage you know directly organization shares in the other and they have a mobile app that they can download they can join the they can see their schedule reschedule their game submit their scores communicate with their own it thirteen at least all of these different levels for them it's like kind of like a fantasy sports experience but they're actually playing the game not for the admins it looks just like any other rec league but on both of them there's so many cool things that you can do gaming is so unique to have so many fun different aspects of the community and you can you know make fun of people and I'll call them with it you know good cool little gift for you can you know on the admin side you can create new coal waste your class all of these things exist but you can only go so fast so thankfully where it where we're taking advantage of the scale and growing quickly but that's where concerts difficult scale back quickly right so how how are you funded your son did you you were previously out of the city that they called you from some family how do you raise the money that allow you to do all of those thanks to that previously seen the relationships there we've we've created that we so far we've had a couple hundred thousand dollars of angel funding that are very much related with NBC and and around in St Louis and our relationships here to bring us to this point and they are working towards an exciting things and the other funding route that I'd be excited to share in the in the coming now and in the coming months and weeks and are that will allow us to scale our you know lot quicker fashion so our we got some things in the pipeline that we're really excited talk about but we're not quite there yet oh great you're gonna leave a teaser for the audience right hello Watson twenty one I mean but well I have to say you know we were talking a little bit the break about the you know my experience of having been part of the team along to all the Warcraft when I was at its peak we literally had a tractor trailer school servers driving all over the US and Europe and we did thirty plus data centers in China for the log in for the scaling of that and still is is a some problem but it's actually an excellent problem to have your life your life is much better when you're scaling up them when you're scaling down let me tell you so we're gonna take a quick commercial break when we come back we're gonna continue our conversation with us but that Mr control when we come back I'm gonna ask Austin the tough question which is you know what advice would you.

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Trump notes ‘very sad milestone’ after U.S. coronavirus death toll surpasses 100,000

Bloomberg Markets

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Trump notes ‘very sad milestone’ after U.S. coronavirus death toll surpasses 100,000

"Walpole president trump is now publicly acknowledging the coronavirus death toll in the U. S. calling it a very sad milestone in a tweet this morning course that's after the U. S. death toll reached a hundred thousand last night in an interview on fox news White House spokeswoman Kaylee McEntee says the president had previously noted the death toll by lowering flags to half staff for a Memorial

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"walpole" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"walpole" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Traffic on the threes at two forty three we're seeing rain and snow on many area roadways that's causing some problems especially out to the west and south of the city right now traveling route ninety five heading south bound if you get down towards Walpole we're seeing some very slow moving traffic well for just a couple of miles right now starting just south of route one traveling over on route four ninety five north bound and south bound at the Milford area we're also seeing some very slow moving traffic minor slipping and sliding situations have been occurring you want to watch out for other motorists around you traveling on the mass pike heading eastbound and westbound between Palmer and Worcester and route eighty four northbound and southbound between the Connecticut border and the mass pike we're seeing traffic at just about a crawl right now earlier crash on route three ninety five north bound at Oxford still continuing to cause some delays through their tractor trailer situation on route ninety five heading southbound in the need of area right around Kendrick street continues to cause some delays and that should be moved over to the right hand side by now it's been on the left hand side southbound on ninety five by route sixteen in the western area that we do have a rollover situation still being cleared not being helped much by the by the weather traveling on route two heading westbound in Arlington getting into Lexington we're gonna miss have to watch out for traveling up to the north earlier problems a route ninety five to route ninety five at route three in Burlington pretty well cleared out of the way watch out for some debris in the roadway on that ramp right now the downtown area traffic is is very light right now we are seeing some delays on the westbound side of Storrow drive as you get into the back bay stretch traveling the expressway northbound and southbound in and out of the tip o'neill tunnel traffic is light but we do have some poor visibility we have battling and you do want to keep your speeds down or if you get into you'll get there it is thirty eight degrees in Boston with a mix of rain and snow I'm jacquard W. the easy traffic on the threes here's the four day WBZ accu weather forecast some sloppy conditions to start the weekend early this morning all forms of precipitation will go to snow especially.

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"walpole" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"walpole" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"That's funny what more Walpole is having big brain problems is like Peter Boyle in young Frankenstein not a bright one this watch I was doing a is doing right serious XM radio show now if he has that one himself or if he was aghast I don't really care who would listen to him you know what what have you heard the guy try to anything all right let's go to what is it where are we now I see where we are SO but number six from an old old radio poor poor freight what's the matter with radio he's having a tough time but with this crowd of ours and here is is biting the hand that feeds him and he's talking about is awful terrible job and what an awful business that isn't I don't want to spend my time doing things I don't think are valuable enough to me personally well it is all about you I don't value indulging irrationality hyper partisanship those are pretty big words for someone as dumb as you I don't like what I'm doing professionally what I do professionally he said I don't think it's worth my time all right well he won a let's go let's that sound bite number is it six old freight Cuomo I want some jackass losers fat tire biker to be able to pull over and get in my face in my space my first invoice and talk to me always talk on stuff to him again enjoy your work right you cannot tolerate that right you're just basically pulls up in the driveway next to yours kept his eyes get in your face about how how's it going to go yeah because I got a second ago right well we have we do that is to be more call the governor then making millions of dollars a year that is to me more why because I save my money all right everybody's rich you don't need anybody so now he don't care he's he's got what do they call it your V. you money he's got beat human he says his dad was the governor and his brothers the group owner and apparently was that C. but he's got the corona virus and he's outside his house which is against the law and his brother the governor should send somebody down to arrest for radio and put him in McGill a guerrilla jail until he starts listening to the state you know what are you doing outside so he says that a biker came up to him loser biker because he's constantly hostile to everybody's amazing as the brain the size of a wall not in that cranial case the rest of his goal are there there been brain scans and and and Dr Sanjay Gupta didn't know how to read them which is kind of interesting to he said I don't like what I do professionally I don't think it's worth my time quavo then launched into a tale about a loser biker who confronted him on Easter Sunday for being outside his Southampton home that's in the Hamptons that's out of the end of Long Island where all the rich people have their mansions along the ocean and that's where they go to get away from the city because there are lots of infected disease people in there so all the fat cats are headed to the Hamptons and the people the Hamptons want to blow the bridges and kick them out but it's too late I don't want some jackass lose your fat tire bikers being able to pull up get my face and talk to me I don't want to hear it so I went well you know what no nobody else wants to hear your stuff but this guy that matters to me more than making millions of dollars your because I've saved my money he said his money was good he said this one is got the house in the Hamptons in the house closer to the city and the limos and it's got a car collection and and that is as dumb as Alexandria Ocasio Cortez it is good to be a Democrat that's for sure there's no doubt about that yeah one article today headlight it's good to be a Democrat and it's about the same thing these corrupt people because you know that's that's good to be a Democrat because the news media they don't they don't you know you have to be accused of sexual assault you can you'll be repeatedly you can be a lord Fairfax in Virginia nobody all right let's move on that's what I'm yesterday let's go to what all right let's go to Jake tapper from yesterday right we want to play a couple of yesterday's little bit of yesterday's back and forth here's Jake tapper who's going after going after Anthony Fauci with a with a political agenda Jake tapper west and I don't think is among the worst but now he was the worst on Sunday he's doing the job of the party is a former Democrat hill staffer of course everybody has and he sits next to Jim sciutto who's an Obama administration official and then we go around the horn with all the former Democrat ministration officials and and all that but let me see where does this begin I've lost my place under big file let's go to sound bite number ten Jake tapper yesterday we played this audio yesterday going after Anthony Fauci on Sunday he's no longer in the good graces of the media because it's everybody on deck we got to get trump and if they got a washed out you overboard than fudgy goes overboard they don't care here is let's see number ten Jake tapper with the agenda driven weasel question up Sunday at Anthony Fauci trying to get him to stay if only trump had acted earlier American lives would have been saved here's the question The New York Times reported yesterday that you and other top officials video content to recommend social and what was it the guidelines to president trump did far back as the third week of February yeah but the administration.

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"walpole" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"walpole" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Travel agent Walpole these are more than crazy is insane tech could topple us owns Edgewood travel agency he hasn't been booking any trips just canceling and D. says some airlines and cruise ships have made it very difficult to make things worse even if you have insurance it won't cover you because into as doesn't cover fear he covers a disease but that doesn't cover fear and he's never seen anything like it not even September eleven it was like this I believe September eleven was bad but there was no panic the ball was bad but there was no panic now you have panic could topple it says if things keep going like this some travel companies will go bankrupt in Walpole Suzanne's house bill WBZ Boston news radio congressional Democrats winning a round in court with the trump justice department select from forty the evidence battles between Congress and the trump administration did not end with Mr trump's impeachment and acquittal and an appellate court has just ruled out the justice department must turn over secret grand jury testimony from special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe CBS news legal analyst plane Rosenbaum the president claimed executive privilege and has never had an opportunity to review that evidence before the impeach the president nor did the Senate have the benefit of this evidence when it acquitted the president of high crimes and misdemeanors support this decision can be appealed and is expected to be Tom forty CBS news Washington and it's twelve forty eight now as we go to at the very latest out of Afghanistan where their president issued a decree today saying his country will release fifteen hundred Taliban prisoners so that in traffic in negotiations can start this comes weeks after the United States in the Taliban signed a peace deal under the agreement between Washington and the Taliban talks between Afghan leaders in the militant should already have begun and a prisoner exchange started but the government in Kabul insisted that any releases should not be a precondition for discussions now president Ghani says the first of fifteen hundred detainees will be freed from Saturday according to his decree another three and a half thousand would follow once talks have begun depending on the reduction of violence and that is grant ferret reporting it's twelve forty nine now a man from the Dominican Republic pleads guilty to stealing the identity of a U. S. citizen to get a Massachusetts drivers license and health care benefits Yanni put girl billion Allah lived in Lynn and apparently use this identity for thirteen years before he was caught he was arrested last year he's set to be sentenced in July all a conspiracy theorist Alex Jones arrested for allegedly driving drunk and court records show it was after his wife called police to their house over an argument conspiracy theorist Alex Jones was arrested in Austin Texas for allegedly driving while intoxicated he was booked into an Austin jail shortly after midnight and released on bond a few hours later on his infowars radio show he said he drank sake at a Japanese restaurant earlier with his wife then did this deadlift yesterday it was ten o'clock at night in a hot tub I'm doing other things to know the old lady I mean I was he says he was on his way to a store to get ice cream when he was pulled over Jones is being sued by sandy hook families for spreading false conspiracy theories that the shooting was a hoax earlier this year Facebook banned him for spreading numerous conspiracies that Piper CBS news at at twelve fifty the grass may be greener bunch what if it is from the sky according to a new study in the frontiers of planet science lettuce grown in space is just as nutritious safe and tasty as lettuce grown on earth after being examined on the international space station the lettuce grown in space showed negligible differences to the terrestrial vegetable author and researcher Kristina Khodadad tells astronomy that next on the menu for scientists to made those in papers and that is team Mutuo reporting it's twelve fifty one now on WBZ newsradio forecasts still look in a okay for the afternoon bit cooler out there but we're still feeling nice for me to check those roads we have a bit of a backup headed down on route three and it's usually before it starts to get real backed up we'll talk about that and traffic and weather together it's all on the way next.

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"walpole" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"walpole" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The Walmart here in Walpole is having a hard time keeping bleach hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes on the shelves since they come and they leave out the door so what is going on ten people been buying five six you know the thirty two packs the basics are going fast too things like water paper towels and toilet paper the shopper Karen is a nervous wreck thinking about the coronavirus I'm very concerned unfortunately a little bit too much I'm afraid what are you here to pick up antibacterial soap just for the bathroom to wash our hands we already have the wife's Karin's hobby Bob isn't as concerned he's trying to keep things in perspective I'm not is paranoid if he is among the people who compares it to the flu news as well how devastating the flow is Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news radio I am for at Madison for a mental health evaluation after being arraigned for the stabbing death of his mother a court clinician says John Britain doesn't understand the charges against him police say he stabbed the barber deal Pierce and his stepfather on Saturday at a home on Chester street the stepfather's recovering at a New Hampshire hospital after some very bad days for Wall Street the markets rebounding today starting off this new weekend new month of trading with some big numbers the Dow Jones industrials up almost thirteen hundred points today it gained nearly five percent full of work coming up with Bloomberg in just a few minutes on W. B. five oh three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic all the three house going down like that we get so busy highways to the north and we'll start with ninety three north bound which is just crawling off the second bridge up to route sixteen in Medford slow going again from spot pond a pass commerce way really not so bad after that route three north bound in the red from route sixty two a past Concord road and route one north is backed up getting by route sixty it's pretty slow getting up past Lynn fells parkway as well one twenty eight north not so bad reduced speeds from route three A. up to ninety three let's check in on the expressway now overhead as the Manfredi insurance Dr I was really locked up trying to get out of the deal tunnels could be like that gal pals passed out at the South Bay on rap that it opens up for awhile but then you run out a lockdown around credit out of the deposit river jammed.

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Why Do People Have Dreams and Nightmares?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

10:08 min | 2 years ago

Why Do People Have Dreams and Nightmares?

"When you're asleep. Sometimes strange things happen. You fly through the air like a bird but you don't have wings but then all of a sudden you do have wings and you go all the way to Antarctica and float over the ice watching Penguins Waddell over the edge into the water and seals swim up just below. Sometimes after you've gone to sleep you travel to a magical place. Sometimes scary things happen. After I stay down the hill I went into a cave near the bottom of the hill and I was super scared Saw The bay on his hind. Why and then after that. I put up my covers over my head and that helped me stop making that. Lean Jameson from Walpole Massachusetts. Sent us that dream that scared him but as he points out. Then you wake up and you're actually still in your bed. Everyone Dreams and dreams play an important role in the way our brains function. But we don't always remember our dreams today on but why we're GONNA listen back to an episode. We made about dreams. Here are some of the questions you have sent us recently about. How AND WHY WE DREAM? Hi My name is Nikki. And I'm six years old. I live with faceted California and my question is how do we get dreams? And why Hello? My name is seven years old. I'm from Turkey stumble. My question is why do we dream an have two mayors my name is listed and I will live and hair. Some Burke Virginia and I'm seven years old. Why DO WE DREAM? And can you control your dreams? My name is Anne. I'm from California and I'm seven years old. My question is why do you? Sometimes I feared trips mining this connor. I am in nine years old and I'm from Menlo Park California. My question is why. Did you sometimes have dreams? That have nothing to do with your day. My name is penny. Sure I'm ten years old. Eleven thinks burden Maryland. And my question is why when you watch things or scary things get bad. Dreams about. Halloween was real anna from Passer California and three years old and my question is at what age do keister having dreams harmonies my name is Liam. I'm eight years old. I live in New Jersey and my question is how do we wake up this? We have a nightmare today. We're going to get answers from Dr David Kahn. I'm on the Faculty of the Harvard Medical School in the Department of Psychiatry. A psychiatrist is a doctor who studies the way our brains make us feel and think and behave and a psychiatrist helps make sure your brain is keeping your mood stable and your emotions healthy. That's often called mental health. Dr Kahn got interested in medicine. Partly because like so many of you. He was really interested in dreams. I dream and I said Oh my God I dream a lot. And what is that all about? Why am I dream so different than when I think during the day? Let's see if I can learn something about it. I'm a physicist by training and so I decided that's a really good new area to investigate. And it's very personal. Sometimes physics can be impersonal. Dreaming is very personal so I decided to learn more about it. Here are a few more of your questions for Dr Com. Hi My name is Colin. I'm seven years old. I live in Phoenix Arizona. And my question is why do people have dreams and nightmares? Any is luke got MS seven year. Old Girl. And I live in New York City. My question is why do you have daas nightmares? And why do you have good thoughts? Good Dreams dreaming is thinking when we're asleep when we're awake up. Rain is actively able to think but when we go to sleep. The brain doesn't stop being active. It's just as active in sometimes more active than when we are awake. So dreaming is the way the brain thinks so if dreaming is the way the brain thinks when we're asleep why does it seem so different from the way we think when we're awake? I mean I don't know about you but even when I play pretend it's not quite the same as the magical worlds. I live in when I'm dreaming. James can be very strange because parts of the brain change compared to the way the brain is when we are thinking and awake what happens. The emotional parts of the brain are very active when we are asleep and dreaming often our dreams therefore who be scary or joyful or affectionate or even nightmarish because the emotional areas of the brain become highly active when we go to sleep and start to dream however. Why don't we say okay? This is a nightmare. I don't want to happen nightmare. I'm going to stop it. We can't because another part of the brain when we go to sleep and trim the logical part stops working. It's off line so in other words. I can't tell my brain to stop having dream whether it's bad or good because that part of my brain is shut down while I'm sleeping the part of the brain. That's logical and rational and tells you you should do this. I should do that checks out when you go to sleep. And you're dreaming so right now you're listening and you can decide. I'M GONNA listen or I'm not gonNA listen to Dr Kahn or I'm going to go and get an apple from the refrigerator or a cookie. You decide but when you go to sleep and you dream you don't decide vitrine just goes on as if you weren't there of course you are there but the part of the brain that lets you decide to do this or not to do. This is offline checks out is not working. That might sound a little frightening. A part of your brain isn't working but think back to our last episode. All about sleep sleep is an important time for your brain and body to recover from all the hard work you do. All Day while you're awake and it's also a time for your brain to reorganize itself so some parts of your brain need a little time to go offline as Dr Khan calls it to get a chance to recover and clean up but those other parts of your brain. The emotional parts are still very active. And so your dream continues and Dr Khan points out. That's actually pretty cool. Anything could happen. Which is not bad because you get experiences that you wouldn't have if you're a weight because your logical mind would say or this can't be. I can't fly sometimes. People fly in their dream costs. They don't know they can't fly when you're awake. No you can't fly so essentially when I'm dreaming if I'm flying in my dream or if I am a lion in my dream my brain actually thinks that I am that thing or can do that thing. Because there's no part of my brain that's telling me it's wrong when you're dreaming the part of the brain that knows you're not a lion or you're not a tiger or you can't fly fat part of the brain coast to sleep so to speak meaning. It's not working the way it works when you're awake when you're awake if you imagine you're a lion you can imagine that but you know that you're not a lion you can imagine you're flying like Superman but you know that you're not when you go to sleep and dreaming that part of the brain isn't working the same way and so you believe you're flying you you're superman or tiger. It's great to have all these interesting experiences when your dreams are good but if you've ever had a bad dream you know that they're not always fun. Hi Lendings Friday. I'm five years of Dover Massachusetts it island. Now why are they have scary deums? I'm Mac I four years old. I live in Michigan. I question why people have bad dreams. Wait was waiting for us. Owed I was an pence. Oh Bay Neha and I'm Wendy. While he getting night why do we have bad dreams that make us feel terrible and sometimes wake us up scared or crying? Dr Com when we were asleep and dreaming the emotional areas areas of the brain. That make us feel feel good feel bad. They're highly active. And since we can't control what the dream is going to be like. Sometimes it's very joyful and we're very happy. Sometimes it's scary. Sometimes a monster might be there or a bad person is chasing us. But we don't have the brain that tells us no. There is no bad person like we do. When we're

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Ken Burns: 'America's Storyteller' on His Creative Process

After The Fact

06:03 min | 2 years ago

Ken Burns: 'America's Storyteller' on His Creative Process

"Ken Burns has been called America's storyteller a title earned over more than four decades and thirty three films including his most recent one on country music. We traveled his barn. That is his office in Rural New Hampshire talk about how he creates art from history. My first film was on the building of the Brooklyn Bridge and when I started fundraising forward in seventy seven. I looked about about twelve years old and people delighted in turning down saying that. This child is trying to sell me the Brooklyn Bridge and when I finally amassed a a can't say a critical mass But some money to film I started filming and I finished most of the principal photography in the summer of nineteen seventy nine and realized allies with all this footage and no money that I needed to get a real job and I had a really nice offer for a job but I felt in my bones in my guts that if I put the footage up on top of the refrigerator on a shelf I'd just wake up. Twenty twenty five years later and having not finished it so I wanted to move to someplace where I could live for nothing and figure out how you made a film about a bridge. How you how you told stories in history how you animated old photographs how you use sound effects and music and I moved here to the house? I'm living in now. I rented it for a couple of years. My oldest daughter was born there and so I had to buy hi it. The best professional decision I ever made was deciding to stay here. Once that film was nominated for an Oscar. Everyone said Oh you come back to New York and I said no I think. Can we stay here. The work I do is so labor intensive it's like academic or medical scientific research takes years and years and years to do it right and and it was more important to put the very difficult still to this day grant money and I'm very grateful for for pews involvement for for decades in the work that we've done put that all on the screen to have zero overhead in essence So that we can tell the funders that look. It's it's on the screen if we're take ten and a half years to do Vietnam or eight and a half years to do country music or the war. The history of the Second World War that we did that that the the felt that their money was going not some costly rent in midtown Manhattan But in a rural area where it's very clearly all all up on the screen. The work clearly energizes you. Are there things outside of work that allow you to have the energy and vitality and creativity the practices that you do yourself that allows you to sort of grows beyond as a filmmaker that also influences you as a filmmaker. Being a father is the most important activity. Yeah I have four daughters. I'm blessed I'm rich and daughters who ranged from the late thirties to a nine year old. They're the greatest teachers. I live in the spectacular. Her place that nature continually Reminds me of my insignificance and so the humility that comes from understanding the ending. How much nature us is actually makes you bigger just as if you if you think that you can say to somebody you know? Don't you know who I am. Doesn't commend you to the smallest and weakest little place and first of all in Walpole New Hampshire any notoriety variety award celebrity plus fifty cents. Gets you a cup of coffee. I do the New York Times Crossword puzzle in INC in physically. I buy the paper everyday we day and I read novels or magazines and watch television mostly for news and sports rabid baseball fan and then mostly I walk and I do that at least once a day. If not twice a day by the end of the day I have about ten miles. What happens in walking is very interesting hosting its meditative? Sometimes it's it's it's social. I can talk to daughters. I can talk to colleagues but mostly it's so lower with my dog and we've just sort of watch things leaves falling from trees SUNSETS and sunrises. That's what Emily Dickinson called the far theatricals of day which I still think is one of the greatest phrases of all times and I am very much addicted to the far theatricals a day. One of the things we want to do is talk just about your creative process. That's how you go about doing what you do. We start with the most basic question. Which is how you pick your topics? You've talked a lot about how you've got a whole range going out for the next next ten twenty years which is amazing. But how do you decide you know the glib answer is that they choose me. I I'm just looking for good stories in American history and that's what I want to say I is that I'm a storyteller. I'm not looking to make a political comment on the present though I know is Mark Twain is supposed to said that history doesn't doesn't repeat itself but it rhymes that is to say I've never finished a project where I haven't lifted my head up at the end of this long usually multiyear process and not seen the way in which the themes the important themes are not only evergreen but are resonating in the present. We do get completely distracted by the idea. That history repeats itself it does not it never has please show me where it has you know. Are we condemned to repeat what we don't remember no. It doesn't seem team that that's the case is knowing history thing. Of course it is so I think we just come to it from the sense that we have an amazing story to tell in our country. I feel that too often. It's it's been sanitized and that the real version which is incredibly diverse. An incredibly complicated is the one we ought to be focusing on and that in no way does does it diminish the positive aspects to give Some of the negative stuff the novelist Richard Power said the best arguments in the world won't change. I'm just single persons mind. The only thing that can do that as a good story so I'm not in the business of changing people's minds but I am in the business of trying to figure out what a good story stories

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"walpole" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"walpole" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Twenty five good morning cadet cannons wanting news Tony Cruz Walpole Scott hall Scott Rogers Paul Scott fitzgerald it's well hopefully soon because it's come it's as great Tony Bennett by the way if you get a chance to see his anyone of the Christmas specials he's done in Rockefeller Center it's phenomenal how the guys still keeps going hope in Santa Claus comes for somebody the king of the bluegrass term at the thirty ninth edition got underway yesterday in Fairdale we're defending state champion Trinity has now lost three in a row as they fill the Colin seventy to sixty nine other games taking place yesterday infernal north olden gets over Bardstown sixty five to fifty six it was McCracken Johnny over larue county sixty to forty nine and the host Fairdale get by Martin County sixty six to forty eight tonight it'll be Ballard starting off the evening session at six o'clock to taking on Trotwood Madison Ohio mail will take on south Oldham an evening session and you're not cap will pick Clay County against Madisonville north Hopkins at the sentry mortgage derby jam at fern creek it was J. town getting over on Wagner sixty nine to forty six the host from great got the best of valley eighty forty fifty eight and was Celica squeaking by P. R. P. sixty seven to sixty tonight at that tournament Jeffersontown will take on a wins burl that's a six o'clock tip I'll be fall by the night cap featuring central taking on the host from the creek that is an eight o'clock tip on that as well on the college basketball tomorrow in a game here right here on news radio eight forty W. H. S. six Spring Kentucky will look to avenge its loss to Utah as they battle fourth ranked Ohio state in Sin City at the CBS sports classic AT T. mobile arena coach cal on some of the struggles continue no this is we've had these issues where this is who we are sometimes the other big games will shoot the three gun while we don't work too for seventy five so we need to make six seven threes a game which can go one which we've done we've been one for twelve within two fifteen also tomorrow it's a Hoosier state battle royale is ten one Indiana meets Notre Dame at the crossroads classic in Indianapolis is bankers life fieldhouse Notre Dame comes in at eight and three having won their last two most recently a seventy five sixty one win over you UCLA on Saturday thing with college basketball James Weissman announced on Instagram he has withdrew from Memphis and he'll begin preparing for the NBA draft wise men play just three games with the Tigers you do a twelve game suspension stemming from an NC double investigation into money penny Hardaway paid whose family before he was head coach meanwhile Hardaway's number thirteen Memphis Tigers will host Jackson state tomorrow the Tigers are nine and one going into that game and staying just down the road long I sixty five the National Football League playing a triple header on a tomorrow but on Sunday it's a big one for the Tennessee Titans as they welcome in the New Orleans Saints Tennessee is one game back in the AFC south but can still win the division with two wins and two Houston losses Titans defensive tackle drought Casey admits thank how to put the pressure on drew Brees as we say in a couple weeks ago we broke the record I got I was I got was on fire he I think I will want to have a place in the whole game and you see what a hot daily that can be so going to definitely keep us that make sure he he's moving a lot in the back will not let them sit sit there just straight as part and while he's not starting you know you hold did some little fans couldn't make the way down there at least gonna give some supports teddy Bridgewater the way they give that sports Lamar Jackson because teddy certainly help he's very happy is worried that he said yeah I guess if you have one the greatest quarterbacks in the National Football you kidding me I don't need this I can learn from him well Gollum to five or one to start absolutely we're a minute out or two of news with will Clark citizen junior back Bloomberg money update here's Courtney done a whole Hey there good morning Tony stock futures drifting this Friday markets are expected to be vault tile as major indexes are re balance today and options and futures on indexes and stocks expire in what's known as quadruple witching Amazon is touting an accomplishment that would have been unthinkable a few years ago the online retailer is now its own biggest mail ma'am Amazon said that it's on pace to deliver three and a half billion of its own packages to customers this year eight years after buying insurance all state is getting ready to say goodbye to the online seller of home and auto coverage the insurer will still sell policies over the internet as a phases out the.

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"walpole" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"walpole" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Senator Elizabeth Warren was a sponsor of the P. O. W. M. I. A. act now a law I heads up in Walpole there's a water main break on route one of the Walpole mall that is inconvenient please asking commuters to avoid the area if you can traffic will be impacted while they make repairs by both three we check traffic on the trees like clockwork Mike's at the ready right now the server retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three is Michael it looks like a Friday afternoon rush Lori but unfortunately it's only Tuesday one twenty eight north bound is now locked up for route three in Burlington up to walnut street in Lynnfield forty minutes they're more delays a past ninety five southbound jammed route one a down to local street and from wins three down to route three more delays for two twenty five down the turnpike ninety three northbound tension along for the sake of Bridget through Medford then approaching one twenty eight then from route one twenty five open to fill in for ninety five south awful route twenty eight in and over all the way down past Boston road in Westford northbound isn't much better well the other Masterton bikes doing overhead as the mall for insurance copter nothing is getting any better here is now jammed all the way back to all state right now it's going to be a long slow ride out the day ticket framing him in a crash that we've been dealing with up there the Framingham service plans that should be clearing shortly but then you're tied up again nine to four ninety five from just after one twenty two am Milbury all the way out past two nine Megan offered Kristen in the box for a insurance expressway south running on about an hour from top to bottom and one twenty eight south delays route nine all the way down on the ninety three into Braintree miking WBZ's traffic on the three users to Mike thanks talk to you in ten minutes the forecast starting with tonight cloudy tonight no problems though low forty in Boston thirty four and some of those colder suburbs tomorrow starting out with.

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Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement sees landslide victory in local elections

First Light

07:33 min | 2 years ago

Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement sees landslide victory in local elections

"Miss out so we're gonna bring some of the world to you now as we discuss what's happening in Hong Kong via pro democracy forces scored a landslide majority in the district council elections there over the weekend there was a a record turnout I assume caused by six months of the anti government protests that increases pressure of course on the Chinese rule cities leader Carrie lam to listen to calls for democracy but it also puts pressure on Beijing to figure out what they are going to do they can't have too much of this democracy business of course in an area which they have ultimate control over so the nice thing about the elections was at it at least it was quiet there was a a law all ends and the unrest which had gotten a little violent and really in recent weeks with pro democracy candidates scoring a big big a landslide victory so we want to find out what's going on there now as we go live to Hong Kong and bring in international correspondent nic Peyton Walsh and of course Nick the first question is you're outside your why I think you're in a restaurant right now but what's what's happening on the streets this morning eight so far today we see reactions waking up absolutely amazed how standing by to speak for pro democracy forces now they got about ninety percent of the local council seats to get seventy percent additional vocals out but it's quite extraordinary mindedness number than any US election that will just make people everybody away cool people they're close to be quite shorted Samantha eight portable keyboard gestures were looking for his project the disruption and damage candy even damage to the economy recession the monster protesters pools hasn't actually dampened people's desire for substantial change here the classic powers to people such speak what we have seen done in the last hours possibly a sign of how Calacanis channels by the overwhelming victory to eight schools because some protesters on some counselors some opposition leaders have moved towards the pool you campus which is an area that was in tents father about a week ago Shonda mom did that the very small number of protesters still inside held up there but he bought these court all anxious not to go out in case they're arrested the purpose of going to market the please pull back allow they've already closer to our oldest you haven't done that yet does it stack up out of our guides complete with a somewhat deflated but you got there briefly a flash where it began no concern is over well beat up close favor of pro democracy call an extraordinary tools destruction the purchase they began as cool as that may actually lead to further action on the streets of compound the police did step back looking to see whether this parking lot right okay movers next movements Michael what what when you say an overwhelming victory it's also overwhelming the and number of people who voted more than seventy percent turned out that's about double the last elections about four years ago that was three million people voting so obviously the you know the pro democracy movement has sparked something there yeah absolutely I mean only the younger folks is too low but when you go to thank you or search the previous top Estes tried one of them's forty percent of those eligible purchase came out now it's seventy percent so quite startling numbers really understand what's the good of course for the people on the streets you were were not our part of town is that local chapter of the project sort of hard to different places the angry young the characters on the streets on thanks to a boulder the clash with the police final continue a logical both direct call protesters you'd be involved in the box you know with the possible for change shifts but still a little faster more motor of school system to sway the damage done by the full blown apart churches here the clashes with the police the culture thank you very much just so the results are now in in a practical level these councils they control some spending and they deal with issues like that transportation that sort of thing so on a practical level what can what can they do and and it you know it's the government in bay Beijing to they really have to crack down or is this going to be purely relegated to you know local issues that maybe aren't really pro democracy I don't know if if there's a democracy element of things like transportation yeah I mean this is a robbery and that this is a medical well quick simple but it doesn't change anything because the local councils in our culture that charter stamping L. Walpole probable box Roussel collection but not something we can control the levers of power it did not respond to the control of Beijing Altamont may have another all of course element to this local councils but all in all it's affecting the next chief executive council they were local do you control the power of the patch thanks Tom apple expect told twenty twenty two under the contact the bold question is whether or not this vote does not what it will leave those people who think they've shown how pro democracy they all have their voice the bottom ball crew they see no change offer this quite what they do next in order to try to continue to prosecute the need for universal suffrage the outstanding questions of course also too hot as Beijing reacts to comparatively you might say slowly return to those checking for the Chinese mainland concerned that they actually occur the question calls for the basic see this occurring again cemex should not happen and just because it's brought up to be a consequence jump to the ballot can you collect all ready to stop there are four zero five people's health the boss the leaders in Beijing may have been surprised my wife is actually in Beijing this morning she was texting me about the the state run television there was announcing that the election is over but didn't Hey who had one which was you know that's a little unusual and then now I'm looking at a statement from China's foreign ministry which says stopping violence and restoring order in Hong Kong are the paramount tasks that come next so that gives us maybe an idea that they're they're obviously not happy with it but maybe they're not sure what to do yet these extraordinary complicated challenge which on it because they don't want to speak of democracy prove it one of the most prosperous areas here all calls for the same document in their queue to aware of a woman for the cherry cranked out **** gonna be done also China diplomatique which has a particular trait all the years gang walked out a few **** in his armor so there's a few issues are excellent I have to try and on out here there was sporadic still now this morning waking up to look at exactly what they can do given the server will bring birds repeat repeat flotation policies so Nick we know that you have very sharp instincts and all and a lot of experience dealing in troubled areas of the world which seems like wherever the troubled you know pops up we saw his neck pain Walsh and what what is your instinct tell you as darkness falls evening is coming in Hong Kong what kind of an evening ever going to have their will most likely be relatively calm much of the cost of the project you still there the type that which is termed that make calls wow is that the question is what happens when they begin to feel the pace of change your leave her voice to the folks that have actually resulted in anything more real change on the ground actual test let your date our such a good job listen we really appreciate your taking some time out of a very busy day you know day for you in Hong Kong to be with us on first like Nick fading wash thanks so much for being with

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"walpole" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"walpole" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The garden this morning, where fans are concerned about Walpole data. Chris Wagner who went down hurt in game three after blocking a shot with his arm. He's actually. Back in Boston reevaluated this morning. But, you know the mentality around here next man up to finish the job. And that next man has Chari, if the B's doing fact, close it out tonight that actually be the second team NHL history. The pull office sweep in third round series of reform behind two one in each of the first two series. Throw ins players have been quick to praise Wagner for sacrificing his body the other night at a key time in the game coming up more controversy ahead of this. Weekend's preakness. We'll have that story straight ahead. Five thirty three traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers New England all-wheel-drive traffic on the threes. And good morning. Good morning, Debbie grew twenty four northbound crash before exit nine has been cleared beyond that it's fine passing four ninety five and not bad through Brocton in Avon, ninety five northbound seeing some brake lights filling in getting onto reward twenty eight one twenty eight okay between there and route nine route three northbound is busy from union street. Lower end of ninety three northbound is slow four. Close to a mile and a half getting to the expressway expressway northbound busy through the Braintree merge. And then filling in with volume between these Milton square Andrew square north of the city, ninety three southbound has some company between route two thirteen and dascomb road. Not bad, though, impasse that it's getting heavy from one twenty eight pass montvale out of route three southbound is heavy passing the Lowell connector in the concord river, but not terrible. One twenty eight is no backups from Beverly Burlington on the way to the Tobin bridge. Route one southbound is beginning to get heavy through the Chelsea curves in downtown the southbound side of the tunnel has reports of a crash possibly on the exit ramp to government center. David struck Lino WBZ's traffic on the threes in Boston right now. It's partly cloudy, we have fifty degrees. We'll see a mix of sun and clouds today. There could be a few showers around as well. Temperatures downtown around sixty three upper sixties inland closer to sixty on the Cape and the islands. Then tonight, partly cloudy, fifty one degrees. Tomorrow, Friday, mostly cloudy showers. Around,.

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"walpole" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:53 min | 3 years ago

"walpole" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And I'm going to push a button, and I will go to another call. Call. We'll be Tom in east Walpole. Hello, tom. Hi ryden. Are you? Sure, you don't need somebody to carry your luggage. No, I'd bring one bag. It's a carry on. If it's over my head. On the plane. I can take that as a no. You can take that as a no, okay. Trivia. David. What a beverage world. Of the av. You're qualified. Thanks morgan. Thank you for the call in the offer trip. I try thank you for that. Let's go to Brian up in Maine. Hello, Brian up in Maine. Hello Morgan down in there. How about when you wish upon a star? Hey. That's five words. Rush whole story. Any four words. I'm sorry. Would then forward. Yes. When you wish upon. Starry starry night. Okay. Let me see here. You are up in Maine, correct? We also have a call from Dorchester. Night. They don't want to get you to fused. And please Lord. I hope so thank you me too. Let's go to Scott. Hello, scott. Oh morgan. How I am fine. Scott new good. Okay. How about twinkle twinkle little star? You're qualified. I appreciate the call. Enjoy your weekend. Thank you. Brian in Dorchester. Hello, Brian, Chester. Good morning. Brian Dorchester volume Morgan. Burn. The Lord will protect you on your Vegas, baby. You'll be fine. Okay. Thank you for that. All right song title by Bob mould song is called star machine. I. Sturm? She you're qualified, right? Enjoy baby. Very cute. To push. And this looks like barb. In indiana. Brian. How are you? Fine. Mine is star Jones. From that TV show. Yes. You're qualified. Okay. Thank you. Thank you for the call. Okay. Bye. Bye. Go to learn. Hello, Glenn, high weaken the world tripton. Call me at three for trivia female to me. Well, three is when I always played trivia sleep. Always gives me a wakeup call. Sweat can trivia, okay. I have a. You are my starship by Norman Connors, he was a jazz blues fusion singer and drummer in the mid seventy that wasn't even me and the title track. My starship. Hear that cry. Beautiful song. Very powerful about one. Right. Too soon. That's a line from the song. Oh, you remembered. He right. Would I say the line if I didn't remember it? No, maybe looked maybe I don't look the no don't. Oh, cool. And I know JJ last week for you. Yeah. That well that was weird. I mean, I was I really was gonna guess that I was taking JJ Jack. And you know, it's all right. Or, you know, I don't even think anybody gifts out. You hurt me? But it's all right. Girl. Okay. He win. Give my shirt Qatada. If he calls. And if she doesn't give it to Vegas. Don't you want it? No, they don't have puck. It's I don't like I like pin? We went through that you wanna shirt, right? Yeah. All right. I will take care of that for you. New voice like Markle. Well. Sean a shame. He said. Yeah. Oh, a neighbor named Shane three. Shane okay. Okay. That's it. Yeah. Thanks. I might go back open line, depending on whatever. Okay. Let's go to Joan in Abington. Good morning. How are you today? Joan how are you? Good. I'm I wanted to say style and vocal bam. Qualified. Thank you Morgan. And I wanted to say I'm Brian Austin Prussian at the time to us. He's a great person. Just like you. Thank you very much. You have a good day. Goes Joan comes Paul and Bill Ricca. Hello. You left me in the large replaced? Clint Walker no-show. Yeah. To break knows. I remember that the answer. Nobody replaced. Clint walker. They just canceled the show. Oh, okay. I don't do it. Okay. Trivia. Starting years old nineteen sixty circuits hours, Gary miles, look, I. Just look for a star. Yeah. I was thinking the movie. Yeah. Me also, you know. On the with the record nineteen sixty. Stone. Nice on enjoyed your qualified. Thank you. Bye. Bye. Bye. Bye. Thanks for taking the time to call. Let's go to Jim in Cape on Cape pan. Hello, jim. Hey, how you doing tonight new, sir? I'm doing very well. Thank you. I have a consideration star of Africa. Okay. Which was a humongous.

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"walpole" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"walpole" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Common street here. Walpole that family member did survive with minor injuries. We are told it may have been a large kitchen knife that he attacked someone in his own family with he is now disappeared into Walpole somewhere. And you know, there there are a lot of wooded areas. Here we're told that in Crowley is very adept in the woods, and you can find Ian Crowley's picture on our website WBZ ten thirty dot com. A federal grand jury in Boston is indicted Rhode Island man for the kidnapping resulting in the death of thirty two year old Jesse Korea. According to the charges the charging documents after. Learning of the disappearance of career law enforcement reviewed surveillance day from outside of venue nightclub which showed Korea entering a vehicle with a man identified as Louis Coleman. The third an arraignment date will be scheduled by the court. Coleman was arrested February twenty eighth in Delaware judge by complaint than the district of Massachusetts on March third. He appeared in federal court in Boston and March eleventh, and he has been detained since his arrest. Concord, New Hampshire high school teacher arrested. He's accused of sexually assaulting a girl at a summer camp at the festival in school in Newton Massachusetts about four years ago. Thirty six year old how we Leong who teaches special education in concord facing a fugitive from Justice charge. According to police Leon was in a sexual relationship with a minor back in two thousand fifteen and and two thousand skews me and two thousand sixteen new details have surfaced in the Robert Kraft prostitution. Case. We'll have that story.

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"walpole" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"walpole" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Off downtown where the intersection of Commonwealth avenue Exeter street is still closed for a water main break seek alternate routes. They're taking the mass pike eastbound roadwork. But no delays with two lanes closed. Cambridge street to the BU bridge a double enclosure through the prudential tunnel and Elaine close from exit twenty five in south Boston through the Ted Williams tunnel left lane is closed on the Callahan tunnel Sumner tunnel you down a lane and the raptors thorough drivers block and on the O'neil tunnel. Northbound side two lanes are closed for construction ninety degree north double enclosure mass after the pike and exit twenty two. The eastbound side of the pike is blocked southbound on ninety three year down Elaine between exit twenty six Leverett circle and the Z Cam bridge, lower deck lever connector are wide. Open Tobin bridge soldiers feel roads thorough drive. No trouble up north ninety three northbound an Andover has roadwork by four nine hundred. But no delays route one north work crews in Saugus have cleared. All lanes are open route three north had no trouble passing a work set up in Burlington just passed ninety five west of town, one twenty eight north of Newton work crews by exit twenty one that's route sixteen of cleared all lanes and ramps have been reopened on the mass pike eastbound you're down Elaine and western approaching ninety five routes two and nine are running smooth south of town expressway, southbound has a lane closed by exit eighteen mass avenue, two lanes closed s- quantum street to exit nine Adam street ninety five south watch for work crews in Walpole by route one and nothing in your way on route three. Nobody likes an awkward silence. But sometimes it can be a good thing. Use an awkward silence to ask your friend about their mental health. It can really help find out. How it sees the awkward dot org? Steve Perez WBZ twenty four hour traffic network..

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"walpole" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

09:19 min | 3 years ago

"walpole" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"You may stop. They'd be like, oh, that's fifty dollars for a t shirts limited edition. Do. Some simple. Addition fifty dollars. Getting swindled. Telescope? Walpole? Twenty dollars. Looking for. Grandads? You. Twenty dollars. Is that your grandma's? Nothing. Point. Point of doing. No. But. The flag day. When every one you thought, you knew desserts your fight. You you're facing down. Doc, I'll grab. Go with you. Always you love with you. With you. Grandma. Date. For the job. Down. Yeah. If you find yourself. Then jumps. Go with you. Go with you. Go with you. Go with you. You. You told your friends at home, just not sure if that's how you really feel wide you go last night. You say all to control your life. Are you going to learn? How you gonna? Thank you. I learned from it. Stole from you. Money person that you have a kid. So funny. Don't keep you play. No one. Salsa. Pitches. Memories. Difference. Got you taking me. Was it? From family. Would you told your friends at home just shorts? I if there's how you really feel. Why'd you go last night. You say. Due to control your life. Why are you gonna lie? Let me get you wanna say friends. That's how we been..

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"walpole" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:31 min | 3 years ago

"walpole" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Whole thing over with and spend a billion dollars and build a compromise wall and strengthen security and then move on. That's what I would like to see happen. So I'll take it. I'll go out on a limb. And I think that is going to happen. All right, nothing wrong with having a positive spin on things. The other thing is that I was going to make two points about the marijuana issue. Yes. By all means, I thought it was odd. And I was hoping you would ask the gentleman who is speaking of who seem to think that marijuana was pretty benign, if one smokes it moderately, and it certainly appears the way with him if he's been all his life and runs a company with so many, employees, etc. Why does he what is his reason for not wanting to hire people who have marijuana in their blood? Well, it's it's all about perspective, and what the hat you put on I suppose, and I don't want to speak for Andy. But I know that in certain states Michigan, for instance, with just past marijuana laws. We did here, you know, they're very concerned in the in the work area in Michigan is more of a factory state than Massachusetts more machinery more, you know, opportunity for injury on the job things like that perhaps. And there's there's a lot of controversy and a lot of discussion about how we regulate workers and how much freedom they should have. No, I'm not what I'm saying. Is this particular call Andy is I guess his name is. I mean, he he says from his experience he sounded like did he thought marijuana was pretty benign yet? He is not wanting to hire people who smoke marijuana. So it seems like he's really concerned about having them working for him. Well, did he say marijuana? Or drugs in general. I mean, dad, I wasn't sure I thought he meant marijuana that he didn't want people on on on his workforce smoke marijuana. I could have been ROY might have been clear I don't want to speak for him either. But I think if I were in Andy shoes, and I had the view of marijuana that he has any experience with it. I would certainly not want anyone to come to work in any way, neabry aided or under the influence of anything. And maybe he's concerned as many people are with other kinds of drugs including opioids which I would be as an employer. Also, I would probably also extend that to marijuana. But and the other thing is that it's really hard for me to understand that there were companies in Massachusetts who will not hire people who use tobacco in any form and test their blood gore, and we'll fire them, and that they state legislature is forbidding them is thinking about forbidding them to do the same thing with marijuana, which is obviously much more intoxicating. Yeah. The the smokers are banished to the outside and little areas as you know. Yes. No. I know exactly what you're saying cigarette smoking is anathema to so many people except the smokers, and they're they're living underground while marijuana smokers in some cases are heralded as freedom fighters. It seems seems like this state is going to give them protections that it won't give tobacco smokers. Very interesting. Aldous Huxley made him. Let's see which one. Yes, I have. Of course, what what what what is his famous. I just forgot the name of the book. But I'm talking about a brave new world. Brave new world. Yes. I don't know. So I get the feeling sometimes that we're we're living in the Soma age. Doma was the drug that sort of put everybody under trance maybe marijuana will do that if not the iphones. Thank you so much Steve daycare, Jordan, you two six one seven two five four ten thirty one more aspect of the marijuana thing beyond the proposal, and it's it's passed a subcommittee, and it's very likely to pass further inspection. But the big commission is the cafe concept. Now, the cafe concept is you go to a particular establishment and not necessarily to buy marijuana over the counter, but to order it and smoke it and eat the brownies that are infused with it and so forth, and again, the the police. Who were at this particular meeting, the Walpole police chief of just credit him suggested that this is another way to just add to the danger on the roads and so forth and the Civil Liberties Union, the local field director countered that say saying that some of those drivers may not have any other option if they can't use the drug at home due to roommates or they're living in public housing. Are we supposed to feel sorry for people who have roommates and they have. So they have to go out drive to a cafe. And us. A substance that will most likely impair them. I'm looking at say guaranteed to. It's just bizarre. And boy last collared shirt hit it on the head. If you're a cigarette smoker. You gotta think that you're. Wanted dead or alive by the F B I these days anyway. It's just interesting to converse about these things into focus on them. But we all have a stake in it because we all get behind the wheel or are drivers or passengers at some point. We'll continue after these words.

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Cape Cod shark attack victim: I punched it in gills to escape

24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 4 years ago

Cape Cod shark attack victim: I punched it in gills to escape

"Ninth good. Morning thanks for. Joining us I'm Josh binswanger WBZ news climbing toward record high temperatures again today WBZ TV's. Danielle Niles has the outlook we rise quickly I'm thinking today we hit the. Ninety degree Mark, between ten and eleven AM in Boston so by the time we get to lunchtime were, already into the mid nineties here this afternoon gusty southwest breeze storm free today will be in the eighties on the Cape is evening but still very warm even by

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Forgery, Ceo and Kim Tunnicliffe discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:05 min | 4 years ago

Forgery, Ceo and Kim Tunnicliffe discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

"To listen to busy on your echoes smart speaker just say hey alexa play wbz newsradio on iheartradio in other news friday afternoon a man who called himself a landscape architect is going to prison for nearly seven years after admitting to identity theft forgery and being a common and notorious thief paul korean of walpole pleaded guilty in essex superior court to stealing more than six hundred thirty three thousand dollars from nineteen families locally starting in january two thousand sixteen and atop facebook ceo tells some of the country's mayors that her company is trying to raise the bar of hightechnology wbz's kim tunnicliffe tells us chief executive officer sheryl sandberg appeared at the us conference of mayors meeting here in boston facebook coo sheryl sandberg told a room full of mayors here at the marriott copley that social platforms like facebook have created millions of new jobs worldwide sandberg says her company has a goal of helping the us become more tech savvy we're committed as a company.

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