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"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on Speaking of Psychology

Speaking of Psychology

03:13 min | 11 months ago

"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on Speaking of Psychology

"That the only thing to do is to go into our homes for the sake of safety but we also needed to continue working so the necessity motivated individuals teams and organizations to use these digital tools. It was a no choice matter right and the thing. That's been surprising to most people that i've talked to over the last fifteen months or so is how at the end of the day easy. It was to use all of these digital tools to communicate with others that it was actually doable. Now no one would say that remote work was easy and it's no panacea but it was doable. And it helped all of us with our continuity as i mentioned in my introduction. There's some mismatched expectations emerging now between employers who want people back in the office and employees who wanna stay remote or work on a hybrid schedule. How do you expect this to shake out. And who's going to have the bigger challenge to adapt. Do we ever so here you have. The numbers are staggering eighty one percent. According to harvard business school online survey want to retain some kind of remote or virtual work in their repertoire. The gardner group would site eighty seven percent. And you said that according to your gallup poll which is consistent with all of the surveys and polls that have been gathered over the last few months up to thirty five percent want to do it. Full time companies on the other hand to the tune of sixty eight or seventy percent depending on which survey you look at would want people back in person full time and this is the tension and this is the dilemma. And what we're seeing is that companies are being forced to contemplate the mix of virtual non virtual remote non remote some call it hybrid some call it dynamic but to contemplate new work arrangements because i do believe that in this time in this time in history employees have the power. Wow that's that's good to know as an employee what one of the worries expressed. And i think you've alluded to this by some leaders. Is that remote. Work will erode office culture. I think that's part of why alive. Companies want people back here in washington. Dc for example. The ceo of washingtonian magazine wrote an op. Ed arguing that up to twenty percent of employees time in the office is spent doing things like helping a colleague mentoring more junior people celebrating. Someone's birthday these are the things that make up office culture but she even suggested that people who don't wanna come back to the office will be easier to fire because they won't be doing those things and that got a lot of people at the magazine pretty annoyed and they went on strike for a day. How valid are these concerns. Does remote work change office culture and if so is that really a bad thing you know..

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"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on WTOP

"There is new guidance on how Corona viruses spread, and it might make you think twice about taking off that mask. The CDC now says that airborne virus can be inhaled. Even when it's more than six ft, away from an infected person this new languages posted online, and it's a change from an earlier stance that most infections were due to close contact, not airborne transmission. We're going to have more on this just ahead at 6 10 with CNN senior health editor Maggie Fox. So stick around for that. It's 4 42 here on Double D T. O P. A local CEO is drawing fire from her own staff after writing a Washington Post op ed against the work from home movement. The protester piece. Washingtonian magazine's editorial staff is refusing to publish today in the now contentious opinion piece. Washingtonian CEO Cathy Merrill argues that continuing toe work remotely will erode collaboration, creativity and culture. But Meryl's most controversial line is this one remembers something every manager knows The hardest people to let go are the ones you know. Large number of editorial staff members tweeted, They're dismayed by Meryl's public threat to their livelihood. So that was their quote. The outrage prompted the CEO to walk back her remarks in an internal memo to staff today, she says flexible work schedules along with health and four Oh one k benefits will not change. It's fourth for 43. Other news. This is a stretch of Georgia Avenue and Aspen Hill. It's where a sad and most unusual thing happened. Last month, a woman was killed crossing the road. Short distance from where her husband died. Now a Montgomery County Council member is asking the state to add a new traffic signal and Aspen Hill. Montgomery County Council member Nancy Navarro is asking for a safety feature called AH Hawk signal for Georgia Avenue and Aspen Hill. Now hawk signals are activated by a push button by pedestrians waiting to cross. Navarra wrote to Maryland Transportation Secretary Greg Slater and explained that last month 63 year old Claire Grossman of Aspen Hill died crossing the very same stretch of Georgia Avenue where her husband was struck and killed in 2016. Navarro noted the state had reduced the speed limit in the past, but said Grossman's death underscores the need for added safety features there. Kate Ryan. W T o p New for 43. It is pink. It is sprightly, and it is a great way to toast Mom this Sunday Double d T O P. WINE columnist Scott Greenberg shared all the details with my partner.

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"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"You know, by the time they're on the fourth or fifth date, the person discovers that. Oh, wait a minute. You're not actually That actually a clone of Bernie Sanders. You actually have a maga hat in your closet, but they did what they had to do to get the date and it's something that's interesting that people were actually pretending to be, you know, woke and lefty and liberal and all that stuff. I have a larger question beyond that, which is first of all is this ever happened to you? Is anyone ever lied about their politics just to win your heart and when your favor and then you find out the truth afterwards that you no problem. It also do you go out of your way to hide who you are? Hide what your beliefs are because you know that it might be controversial. That might be a problem. And you're You're hoping that maybe, you know, once somebody gets to know you, you know you can ease into that right? Or do you lead with it? Or do you prefer to step up there? Obviously, I'm talking to single people. Or if you have recently found love and you had to do with this, or do you just lead with that? You say Listen, This is who I am. This is what I believe. These are my politics, you know, take it or leave it. It certainly is the healthiest way to go. But it also could be the most fragile way to go. Sometimes when you're talking about something as sensitive and emotionally vulnerable as put yourself out there in the dating world, I'm just curious what it's like out there. It's been It's been several years inside to deal with it. But tell me triple 86 32 b M. L. Judy in Pasadena. Duty. You're on WM E. Oh, hi. Well, this happened to me A. I was in this situation, but it was way back in the mid eighties, when the politics weren't it's fraught as they are now, But still I was living in Washington, D C and the vast majority of people. There were leftists or liberals and I was conservative and I was almost 40 and I was divorced, and I was a stranger to Washington pretty much And I wanted to meet somebody, but I wanted a relationship. So at that time people used to advertise in the Washingtonian magazine, right? The in search ups. Yes, the person. Yes, right. So you know, I thought about that, and I thought, Well, I don't want a relationship with somebody who isn't conservative. So I put that very first in the ad. That always conservative and I got these great responses. I met my husband that way. I have to go out with 25 guys before I met him, But they were all conservative, and most of them were very interesting and nice. And did you say this is in the nineties eighties in the 80? That's it was during the Reagan era. Okay, back. Yes. In the Reagan era, Okay, but that's great, though, Judy, and so So your recommendation. Your advice is just lead with it. Put it out there. Yeah. If you just wanna date to go to bed with you.

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"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on WTOP

"Most music fans know the Beatles First Live appearance in the U. S was on the Ed Sullivan Show. But not everyone knows. Their first live concert was two days later here in Washington, Thie Beetles had to take the train from New York City to Washington. He couldn't fly because there's so much snow in Washington and eight inches for presidents between pooping around with passengers on board. All four Beatles signed a promotional copy. Of Meet the Beatles. Four George Harrison. Sister Louise Bobbie Livingston of RR auction says it's considered the Holy Grail of sign Beatles albums. The Beatles were inaccessible. You couldn't really get the Beatles and having signed a promo album of Meet The Beatles, You can see it on w t o p dot com. The Lord consistent double GOP News District's popular annual Miracle on Seventh Street. Pop up Christmas far will happen this year, but with some changes because, of course of the Corona virus. That event had been based on the pop up pub in shop for the past five years. But the pub closed in February. Washingtonian magazine says that the event will now happen at the death punch far in Adams, Morgan, and it will open on black Friday. Now how many people will be able to get in? That's up in the air, and it kind of depends on whether the district remains in phase two of re opening. But organizers say that's what's not up in the air is whether naughty and nice shots hot bad Santa mulled wine and cognac Spice Jingle.

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"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Did specifically watch from last week was President Obama's speech. He was back in the spotlight. Of course, his speech has to be expected, was well received by the by the audience by the Democratic National Committee by the by the delegates that work sitting in a room somewhere thousands of miles away, not being able to participate in the convention. But a line that got attention from from leased a few sources. Where they called it a historic speech. Historic On what basis The line that that most people point out the Pointer newsletter points this out. Obama stood up for the press in his speech, saying, quote A free press isn't the enemy but the way we hold officials accountable. I actually find that kind of laughable. I know that the Obama administration is like ancient history. It's like studying the Roman Empire or the Greeks. It's just, you know so long ago. Maybe we ought to try to remember how Obama and his administration actually treated the press, particularly as President. Trump takes the stage this week. Because I'm sure he'll talk. He'll use the phrase fake news at some point, and he'll call out CNN or he'll call out You know, some lie that the media has pushed about him and rightfully so. But I just find it deliciously ironic that Obama would say that a free press isn't the enemy. But the way we hold officials accountable. Really? Obama didn't tweet mean things about the media. He did something else. That he did several things for one, his administration used the espionage act to actually go after whistleblowers. I don't mean to just like Produce their names but to actually go after them legally. And forces for journalists more than any other administration combined. They went after them too. Yes, including the current administration. Which technically is done it twice. With reality winner and Julie Massage related to crimes from before the Trump administration came into office. Obama's administration did it seven times. And in fact, the Obama administration did something that Well, if Nixon had done this If regular Bush had done this There would have been apoplectic screams from the media. The Obama administration targeted journalists specifically. They secretly obtained the phone room phone records from Associated Press reporters they spied on Fox News reporter James Rosen. Now that hasn't happened in the past three years. We don't have any stories and Lord knows if the Trump administration had actually targeted journalists. Or secretly obtained their phone records. It actually spied on reporters using the NSA. Oh, we have heard about it. And there would've been wholly held a pay, but we haven't heard about it because it hasn't happened. The feminine media recognized this problem. They recognize the problem at the time. For example, that Columbia journalism Review Wrote about the lasting damage to press freedom Pro Publica on the crackdown of leaks about how bad that watch the Washingtonian magazine had a great round upon the mind boggling record of Obama's transparency. Obama was nice about it. And Trump tweets, rude things. So let's try to retain some perspective about the real way that Obama treated the press during eight years in the White House. It wasn't exactly the way the press should have been treated. But as I said, It's ancient history. Like most of the media like you mentioned earlier, most of the media. Everyone on Twitter absolutely loved Joe Biden speech last week, but because, well, Twitter's Twitter What matters is how you loved. And whether you loved it the proper way. Did you love speech the right way. Here's cable news regular Michael McFaul with the representative Tweet about speech quote. I have heard many Joe Biden speeches and even helped write a few of them. That was by far his best speech ever when the stakes are highest. Biden is delivering Hashtag group to do Sir. Long Well, who's the founder of the Bulwark, which is a group of anti anti Trumpers? Never trouble Republicans. I don't what we give them any time at all. Was wild, too. She tweeted on Friday. Obviously, Joe Biden is not a political confirm it even yet Last night's speech, with its emphasis on flag, family, faith and character was more thematically conservative than any speech I've ever heard. Trump deal That, of course, was wholly unacceptable by the extremely online Twitter police led by none other than one of my favorite journalists sold at O'Brien, the former CNN host turned Twitter troll tweeted out flag, faith, family and character are not conservative values. What is wrong with you? What kind of a terrible person says this? Do you not know any people of color? Who over Index and serving their nation? Have you met no black evangelicals? Re examine your choices, Lady. That was in response to Sarah Longwell, who had simply tweeted. Obviously, Joe Biden is not a political conservative. And yet last night's speech with this emphasis on flag, family and faith in character was more thematically conservative means speech I've ever heard Trump give What kind of terrible person says this Well sold out O'Brien. That's one and she did get some pushback. Even from the Atlantic, but she was ready to fire back too. You know Soledad O'Brien..

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"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Check another liability protection. There's money for schools, safety and soul and so forth. And now the Caterwauling will begin from the left. It's not enough. There's always more. We want additional $2 trillion. Whatever the case may be the way I don't have you saw us over the weekend. Volmer son refuses to cover stuff like this, But you know, Governor Hogan has been very, very Negative towards President Trump the ways handle the covert crisis on he's made a very I think disparaging statements about the president, almost implying it doesn't care on the federal response has not been back and forth on it. When he gets what he wants the president great when he feels there's something he should be getting Like testing kits, so we had to go to South Korea. Still, where are all those guys like to know? Then? Not so much. But in his own Maryland Department of Health, there has been an outbreak. And this has been the Baltimore Brew. I'm going to give them credit here. They did this piece on late on Friday. Oh, and apparently dozens of state employees were sent home this Monday. After the outbreak of covert 19 of the Baltimore office of the Maryland Department of Health. A source with knowledge of the situation told the brew that a supervisor tested positive for the virus but came into the West Person Street workplace anyway. Supervisor contact with other employees who shares space with Gifford is the building surface level, participated in meetings of eight people who were wearing masks but not of observing physical distancing. They were told they needed to self isolate known was told they need to get tested. No contact tracing was done. People were just sent home to their households. The source. It is just amazing. The State Health Department is mismanaging an outbreak in its own building. The Maryland Department of Health has confirmed a virus outbreak in their building, but says all proper procedures and protocols were followed. The source is disputing that Regarding But think about it is the governor's own state agency, the Maryland Department of Health. You'd think there would be procedures protocols in place. Should someone we have him here. In a private company. We have our protocols procedures in place. You would think a state agency that deals with health would have some clue as to what to do with someone reports to work. This was a supervisor who knew it was positive. But they're under such pressure to process his Medicare and Medicaid claims that he felt they had to go in anyway. Sorry. No sorry. Run, run, run run! I mean, if if you know you're positive, you don't have to go to work, nor should you go to work. If you don't stay home, then you're putting at risk every coworker. Who comes in contact with you. Whether it's a severe case from mild case, why would you do that? To the people you work with? That's just amazing, but that's dinner of itself, stupidity and or insanity. But what if I'm not having any of these procedures and protocols in place and immediately as soon as somebody comes in? Again and some folks were again There's no contact tracing down. There was no warning people were just according to the brew, now on, according to the source would have to wait. Did we get a full investigation of this? But only a small handful employees were given any kind of guidance about the risks of contacting the virus on Lee, those eight people now So here's my other thing. This has been happening not just in the public sector, one of the private sector they try to micromanage the folks just immediately exposed. But you don't know that person could have gone to the bathroom could have in the kitchen canteen or in vending machines or whatever been touching everything. Don't the rest of the employees have a right to know that there's possible exposure to the virus. Yeah, one would think on DH. You would think that a responsible governor down through the chain of command would have made it very clear that the following procedures must be observed. S o. That says something about failure somewhere along that chain of command, assuming that the governor did that on if he did not do that. Well, then maybe you should be saying Not quite his nice words about him when you're busy giving interviews about your book. You can't be bothered with these trivial details of you know an outbreak in your own Marilyn Department of Health. In fact, he told the Washingtonian magazine that he thought Trump was going to nickname him. Fat Larry or cancer Boy. Because he put on £30 in his battle with cancer. That's a really nice thing for the man who wants everybody to get along. Once a new dynamic. A new tone knew he actually came up with nicknames that Trump would call him. Which Trump has never done, by the way, Chuck. If you thought of our names that Trump might call you 7 13 traffic and weather on the threes. I think Sean has a couple of suggest we've been ahead of the nickname game for many years. He called me Mr Chuck has been called every name in the book, and.

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"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on KTOK

"Your money where the miracles are thank you time out of the Riley update message of the day will the real Joe Biden please stand up the former vice president is of course set to run against Donald Trump in November and the key question now is what does Mr Biden really stand for here's a rundown he once considered himself somewhat conservative in a nineteen seventy four article in the Washingtonian magazine Ahmad was quoted saying when it comes to civil rights and civil liberties I'm a liberal but that's it I'm really quite conservative on most other issues on quote apparently that is changed on abortion Joe Biden once supported the Hyde amendment that restricts federal funding for abortions because some taxpayers opposed the procedure on religious grounds now Biden supports tax dollars for the procedure even though he is a Roman Catholic Joe Biden also refuses to comment on issues like partial birth abortion saying quote each abortion is a tragedy but he will not support any limits on the crime front the former VP spearheaded the nineteen eighty four comprehensive crime control act along with very conservative senator Strom Thurman it increased penalties for drug use crackdown on organized crime as well as inner city gangs today Joe Biden believes too many people are incarcerated in the USA and too many of them are black and brown he says quote to build safe and healthy communities we need to rethink who we're sending to jail no one should be incarcerated for drug use hello black mothers and fathers should feel confident that their children are safe walking the streets of America what about gay marriage well in the two thousand eight vice presidential debate with her Pailin Joe Biden said quote neither Barack Obama nor I support redefining from civil side what constitutes marriage now Mr Biden is changed quote I am absolutely comfortable with the fact that men marrying men women marrying women and heterosexual men and women marrying one another are entitled to the same exact rights unquote on taxes Mr Biden once more well increased taxes on wealthy Americans to finance the one point seven trillion dollar climate plan well I would be an awful lot of new taxes on marijuana Joe Biden says quote there's not nearly bad enough evidence that has been acquired as to whether or not it's a gateway drug but two weeks later the former vice president said I don't think it's a gateway drug there's no evidence I've seen it suggests that Mr Biden does not opposed legalized pot on illegal immigration in nineteen ninety six by to help pass the illegal immigration reform and responsibility act hello more than double the number of agents patrolling the border and allowed for the immediate deportation of those who commit a misdemeanor or a felony two thousand six he voted for the secure fence act so you can see the Joe Biden has changed a lot of his opinions hi bill Riley and I approve that message by actually writing it for more news analysis please visit bill o'reilly dot com the best pandemic coverage in a moment something you might not know.

"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on KTOK

"Rally update message of the day will the real Joe Biden please stand up the former vice president is of course to run against Donald Trump in November and the key question now is what does Mr Biden really stand for here's a rundown he once considered himself somewhat conservative in a nineteen seventy four article in the Washingtonian magazine Biden was quoted saying when it comes to civil rights and civil liberties I'm a liberal but that's it I'm really quite conservative on most other issues on quote apparently that is changed on abortion Joe Biden once supported the Hyde amendment that restricts federal funding for abortions because some taxpayers opposed the procedure on religious grounds now Biden supports tax dollars for the procedure even though he is a Roman Catholic Joe Biden also refuses to comment on issues like partial birth abortion saying quote each abortion is a tragedy but he will not support any limits on the crime front the former VP spearheaded the nineteen eighty four comprehensive crime control act along with very conservative senator Strom Thurman it increased penalties for drug use crackdown on organized crime as well as inner city gangs today Joe Biden believes too many people are incarcerated in the USA and too many of them are black and brown he says quote to build safe and healthy communities we need to rethink who we're sending to jail no one should be incarcerated for drug use hello black mothers and fathers should feel confident that their children are safe walking the streets of America what about gay marriage well in the two thousand eight vice presidential debate with her Pailin Joe Biden said quote neither Barack Obama nor I support redefining from civil side what constitutes marriage now Mr Biden is changed quote I am absolutely comfortable with the fact that men marrying men women marrying women and heterosexual men and women marrying one another are entitled to the same exact rights on quote on taxes Mr Biden once more well increased taxes on wealthy Americans to finance the one point seven trillion dollar climate plan well I would be an awful lot of new taxes on marijuana Joe Biden says quote there's not nearly bad enough evidence that has been acquired as to whether or not it's a gateway drug but two weeks later the former vice president said I don't think it's a gateway drug there's no evidence I've seen it suggests that Mr Biden does not opposed legalized pot on illegal immigration in nineteen ninety six by to help pass the illegal immigration reform and responsibility act hello more than double the number of agents patrolling the border and allowed for the immediate deportation of those who commit a misdemeanor or a felony two thousand six he voted for the secure fence act so you can see the Joe Biden has changed a lot of his opinions I'm bill Riley and I approve that message by actually writing it for more news analysis please visit bill o'reilly dot com.

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"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on WTOP

"Photos onto a building along with messages from loved ones Washingtonian magazine reports it's part of covert memorial that's a digital archive honoring the people who have died and those who mourn them coming up on WTOP Wall Street is continuing to climb out of its hole after historic losses it's nine twenty four following is a paid commercial message this is bishop Michael Burbidge of the Catholic diocese of Arlington we continue to celebrate the great joy of our lord's resurrection while Easter a constant happy faces of children marching for that last jelly bean in the basket may be over we retain our whole enjoy in the risen lord do not be afraid to let others see that you are changed in the midst of the pressures and demands in life allow others to see your calmness and serenity in the midst of the temptations and darkness us around us let others see your freedom and strength and following the lord's wastes and commands in the midst of the noise and distractions that are all around you allow others to see the peace you fine simply by being with the lord you are a new creation in Christ let your light continue to shine for others to see money news at twenty five and fifty five on WTOP nine twenty five Jeff Clabaugh sits above twenty four thousand for the first time since March eleventh after another week rally the markets have gained ground for two straight weeks now the nasdaq had a good week this week gaining five point seven percent consumers have no doubt lost confidence in the economy but how much will be reflected in next week's university of Michigan consumer sentiment index also next week March new and existing home sales and the closely watched weekly jobless claims report just label WTOP news just ahead on WTOP president trump says parts of the country are ready to re open but some governors aren't so sure about that it's nine twenty six your future starts at the university of the district of Columbia whether you're right out of high school we're ready to jump start your career UTC can help you find your possible with affordable education opportunity you DC president Ron Mason tells us more we have portability because we are the least expensive university in the DMV we have quality because we've been recognized for our work on a national level so there's a organization that ranks universities not only based on price point but also on quality in our business school ranked number one our mechanical engineering school at least our program right number one in the country and our engineering school ranked number seven in the country we are designing seamless pathways type lines from the entry level which is work for certification through the associate's degree level up to the bachelor's degree in a bubble every door will connect to the next door with multiple credentials along the way to learn more about how to find your possible visit UTC dot EDU.

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WTOP

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on WTOP

"On notice about unscrupulous operators who are selling phony or not existing equipment CBS news correspondent Gary Nunn reports the health care industry is being worn by the FBI about scam artists trying to take advantage of the shortage of medical equipment cautions being advised about bogus promises of gear which unscrupulous operators don't have access to law enforcement asking the medical community to be careful about dealing with vendors with whom they've never worked or who they've never heard of suspicious activity may include unusual payment terms or excuses for delay in shipment Gary Nunn CBS news as more of us work remotely more employees are wearing pajamas during the work day it's something they didn't realize they didn't have enough of pajama pants a lot of just PJ cancer selling belly the Danes is the owner of the pajama company maybe that's because this could be the new normal people are been working name me two or three weeks now and it's settling in this isn't just going to be for a week or so her theory on why pajama pants are selling more as many people working at home still have to video conference with co workers who can see them from the waist up but not what they're wearing from the waist down right now my daughter who is working from home is downstairs on a video chat she is wearing a great looking top but I know and she no she's worried that you have as Michelle Morello WTOP news and don't be surprised if you see more rodents Washingtonian magazine reports one of the ripple effects of the corona virus pandemic is going to be some very desperate wraps as scraps from restaurant dumpsters start to dwindle down because of widespread closures rats are going to do whatever it takes to find food and to survive and that means going into homes looking for food in kitchens the corona virus quarantine has forced us all to entertain ourselves with books music and TV shows here's something you might not have tried it's playing board games remotely with your family and friends my wife and I recently facetime my parents for remote game of Scattergories okay list one and the letter is he.

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"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on WTOP

"Isn't just going to be for a week or so her theory on why pajama pants are selling more as many people working at home still have to video conference with co workers who can see them from the waist up but not what they're wearing from the waist down right now my daughter who is working from home is downstairs on a video chat she is wearing a great looking top but I know and she knows she's going to G. M. as Michelle Morello WTOP news we are approaching the time of year when people typically buy a lot of eggs for Easter but with items flying off the grocery store shelves during the pandemic the demand for that has gone way up The Washington Post reports weekly sales of eggs went up forty four per Ms compared with the week year ago retailers ordered six times the normal number of eggs wholesale egg prices have gone up one hundred eighty percent since the start of this month don't be surprised if you see more rodents Washingtonian magazine says one of the ripple effects of the pandemic is going to be some desperate rats as scraps from restaurant dumpsters start to dwindle because of widespread closures rats are going to do whatever they can to find food and survive that means going into homes and looking for food in kitchens a business Arizona in Arizona is finding out just how generous residents are in that area I normally bustling business roses pizzeria has been reduced to take out and delivery but a lot of change when a woman walked in and handed owner Skyler Reeves a plain white envelope open up the envelope there's one sentence in a piece of paper it said as a neighbor and lover of Rosa's do with it what you see fit and in addition to the note and there's two thousand Bucks inside was pretty touching moments or something another forget Reeves gave the money to his staff Stephan Kaufmann CBS news Prescott Arizona seven fifty three garden editor Mike McGrath with your W. T. O. P. garden plot of the day paddy in.

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"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"For many years. I've been watching him on one of the networks. It's not exactly Trump at I guess they paid them a lot of money over the years. John's been a loser for long time. We know that he was disbarred. And he went to prison other than that, he's doing a great. Yes. Somebody somebody called into the, the Newsmax show before me today. And they said, why doesn't President Trump just by CNN and put them out of business? Now. If the president came out and announced he was purchasing CNN. Oh, god. Would be a nightmare. That would be a huge nightmare. Joe Biden back in one thousand nine hundred seventy four this is absolutely remarkable. Former vice president, Joe Biden told a journalist in nineteen seventy four that quote, cruddy politicians like himself, could quote take away the first amendment if they wanted to. The current twenty twenty democrat front runner made the comments to washing Tony, and magazine, well being interviewed for a profile published in June of seventy four Biden, who is then only thirty one years old. So he was he originally came to regret the interview as penchant for gaffes and insensitive remarks traits defining later portions of his career heavily colored the piece at the time. However, Biden appeared eager to discuss his life in the nation as the youngest Senator there. I'm proud to be a politician. He said. Told kitty Kelley was writing for the Washingtonian magazine, who authored the profile. There's no other walk of life, which can do more good for mankind than politics. It influences everything that happens to the American people Biden proceeded, according to Kelly to quote, lean over his desk and shake his finger at me. While explaining that elected officials like himself had the power to quote takeaway constitutionally protected rights, if they saw fit quote, and whether you like it or not young lady, he said us credit politicians can take away the first amendment of yours, if we want to. Biden's remarks to the Washingtonian magazine mirror, those that he made an address to the city club of Cleveland, Ohio, in may of seventy three although the speech initially drew notice for comments Biden made likely to be offensive to women and his use of racially insensitive, language notably when he lectured about what was quote, good for the negro. It was also it also provided insight into his views on power politics. So there you have it. Joe Biden saying some pretty. Pretty funky things. Eight hundred seven sixty K F, and B. It's the Brentwood Erbil show, AM seven sixty talk and breaking news, Jim Sharpe. That's got the headlines. A guilty verdict in the Kellen Winslow the second rape trial up in vista. The jury is found the former NFL player guilty on one count of forcible rape one count of indecent exposure, and one count of lewd conduct. They also found Winslow not guilty to an additional count of lewd conduct. Police say speed was not a factor in an incident over the weekend that left a woman dead witnesses say, the victim sprinted out onto west Washington street mid block into the path of to San Diego. Police squad cars that were on their way to a burglary scene and just three new cases of the flu among migrants stain at a bankers hill shelter,.

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"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

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02:47 min | 3 years ago

"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Federal judges do not have the inherent to thorny to make grand jury testimony public and that could create yet another hurdle for how much access the public gets to the Muller report. Joining me now has been Wofford staff writer for Washingtonian magazine. Ben, thanks for joining us via great to be here. So let's take a step back. What was the original lawsuit all about? So this lawsuit has been winding its way through the court for several years. And it's really a story about how one person can really insert themselves and of Grand National narrative to buy. Bringing a personal lawsuit. This was a case brought by a man named Stu mckeever. He's eighty two years old was in New Yorker all his life became a South Carolina snowbird in retirement and in retirement decided to take up novel writing and in the process of working on a true crime, thriller requested grand jury testimony that he believed would have unlocked. The key clues to a nineteen fifty seven disappearance case that was at the heart of his narrative, and he petitioned a court in two thousand thirteen this is back in the Obama administration back when Donald Trump was tweeting about the apprentice. And Bob Muller was still director of the FBI and the case has been winding its way through the courts where almost by divine luck or bad luck. Depending on your perspective. It's landed literally the same month that this drama is unfolding in the epilogue of the of the Muller probe. And I mean, this is not exactly about the. Muller report. But it obviously could influence what the public knows about things like graduate testimony, including in that report. Is that right? Yeah. Hugely the key term here to know is something called rule six it's a term that you're going to hear a lot more as the drama unspools around. The Muller report. In fact, on the fourth page of attorney general William bars summary of the Muller report, he mentions rule six e and those are the rules in federal criminal procedure that govern the very narrow exceptions around which you can release grand jury testimony. It's been a major question Mark ever. Since those rules were adopted in the nineteen forties. Whether judges can impel their release for matters of national urgency or historical edification in what you have. Now is a perfect split between the circuit courts. They've each more or less come to their own conclusions. The most famous of which was national scam. Handle called Watergate, it was at president defining case in one thousand seventy four called Haldeman versus Rica in. That was how the underwear ski actually got grand jury testimony to the House Judiciary committee, which was vital to the impeachment proceedings heaven that's summer. There's a lot.

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11:29 min | 3 years ago

"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Bring students to Washington, they meet with Brian lamb, the founder of I think they've even met with you a couple of times, and they go, and they, you know, they get this pastiche of what is Washington, for instance. I had never done in the first two years of the program. Steve a discussion about intelligence until nine eleven. I never had to discussion about Ukraine until about two years ago. So it's kind of a little bit of current events and things, and so I think what you're talking about here in this. This clipper went to play. This was a discussion which I thought was worthy about covering social Washington. Social Washington is a very much part of the coin of the realm in DC. And so I thought that would be a worthy conversation. This is Chuck Conconi at the time with Washingtonian magazine. Let's listen one person who really came to the city of knew how to use it. I watched he had his wife Maureen orth who was a writer for Vanity Fair magazine. And I used to joke. God they show up at the opening of an envelope. They were everywhere. Kevin successes deserved. There's no question about that. But there is this great story, which is true. Right. After Clinton was elected president I time, and there was a party of Pamela, Harriman's house enjoys how for the incoming administration a lot of power brokers and people like that. Timothy's wife showed up. There is an elegant parties elegant house great buffet, everything you could imagine a drink moved out and moved around the room either picked up a glass of anything to drink. Neither of them picked up a slightest. Our smallest order because they were working that room later at the end of the evening. They stopped at a place that Wisconsin avenue called hamburger hamlet, but they had something and went over there notes of what they had learned what kind of contacts they made that they knew that. That was the most. They could have been there and all of all the people who were there. But they weren't they were working the room. Chad pergram, the Fox News channel is that how Washington works the late. Tim russert Washington is transactional. But I think that most things in life are transactional. Your your church or your country club. Whatever it is you you you you deal with you. It's who you have relationships with. And so that's why it on Capitol Hill. I don't go to a lot of parties. Frankly, to be honest with you, I I don't I don't do that. I haven't been to the radio TV correspondents dinner actually in several years. I I, and I've never been to the White House correspondents dinner, frankly, I used to be even on the RTC aboard. But I haven't been in several years. I do think that it can it can be transactional in that sense. But with that's why when I don't have anything specific that I'm working on Capitol Hill. I just go walk around the capital because inevitably I will observe something. I will see somebody or I will run into somebody who I haven't met before. And like I said this big freshman class. I did that just the other day. You know, they don't know their ways around the Bill. Hi, I'm Chad. From FOX here where you're trying to go. Oh, I know where that is here to adopt again to H one twenty-five, which is a room in the that sort of thing. So that's transactional. But then they remember you I would much rather engage that way then at a party with canapes and wine and all those types of things at whatever works for people. That's that's fine. But I think that that I would rather be closer there. Then kind of do it in that that that social scene of that Conconi talked about some years ago. You are like the mayor of Capitol Hill. I don't know about that. I've been there awhile. But, but it's important to know that it is a line in the music, man. You got to know the territory, we you have to know the territory, and that's where. Let's go back. You asked a few minutes ago about the peace on the contingent election. I didn't know yesterday. I was going to get asked a question about a contingent election. I knew in two thousand sixteen that that could be an issue and I knew because if that's in my wheelhouse. I better know about it. In fact, there was there was something that had come up about a procedural issue in the Senate a few weeks ago. And I knew it was going to come up, and I made sure that I went and talked to the appropriate people, and even some some people who weren't there anymore to make sure I was thinking about it. Right. And frankly, that's I'd like to think that's good journalism. I didn't even rely on what I think is right or what I know with my own knowledge. I went to these folks sources and said, here's what I what I believe is the case in my correct now turns out I was, but that's what good journal you go. Then check with the experts, which is what I did. Another example was the question a couple of weeks ago about what can the president just show up and speak? For state of the union. Well, congress always pays passes both the house and Senate concurrent resolution, which authorizes him to come into the chamber authorizes the house and Senate to meet in the same place for state of the union. I had I've seen these past on the floor usually by voice vote on the house. I've never read one never read one to last week never had to read one. I called up a bunch of them. I read through them to make sure I understood it. And then someone said well can't the president because it says an article to section three of the constitution. And that's where the term state of the union is derived from time to time the president shall provide information to congress on the state of the union. Also there talks about him. Can recall the congress convened either or both houses if necessary. Well, again, I went and talked to people because I said this is important. This is what's is important to know the numbers, but get to understand the staff and the police officers in the custodian there's some everybody up there has part of the story. And so I said all right. The last time this happened was forty seven and forty eight Harry Truman did this. But the house and Senate have to be in a very special parliamentary stature they have to be out. Not like an germ the August recess or Christmas or something that wasn't that wasn't going to be the parliamentary stash so the president couldn't call them back. And even if he did he still doesn't have the right to speak. But what I did is. I went and got the house rulebook house. Ru four there's a list of about twenty five people. And I read it on the air. In fact, there's a picture of a holding up the house rulebook Jefferson's manual pointing out all the different people who can come who have floor privileges in the house chamber. One of them is the president United States doesn't say he can speak though, he can go into the house chamber. He cannot speak. Though, unless they passed that concurrent resolution, so that's why it's important to have just not sources with legislative people a number. But no all the other people as well. Let me conclude. That's fascinating, by the way with a policy question. If we were to sit here a year from now looking at this off year election one year of the one hundred sixteenth congress legislatively. What do you think they will accomplish? There are questions about if this conference committee sets the table for that. In other words, that it's nothing, but as one reporter put it the other day to Sonny where a black hole that they don't accomplish this. It really sets a bad tone for everything because you do have a divided congress, which we don't always have houses democratic senate's Republican that said if they're able to get together on something that's possible. When Pelosi called the president when they were working out the details of speaking arranging state of the union, she said that she had talked to him about other things that they could work together on the Obiqua this infrastructure Bill, which we've heard about for years in Washington. You know, there's this running joke in Washington, Steve that it infrastructure week this week. And then it never happens. We'll see what the president says it stayed the unit with infrastructure. I do think that there's an opportunity for that. Here's the other thing that I have seen in a lot of folks who've been her an observed that when you get through a crisis. That it creates opportunities do something big. In other words, we've been through this big thirty five days shutdown crisis and sober heads. Then start to prevail and say, okay, let's let's get something done. Now. Oftentimes that entails an event something that compels action. But you know, we saw that in two thousand eleven a lot of people don't like this. But they you know, they had the imposed sequestration which is this mandatory set of cuts, which they're still dealing with. But they worked something out because they had this crisis with the debt ceiling in two thousand eleven. When you come off the shutdowns of ninety five ninety six with President Clinton, and Newt Gingrich guess what they worked out a major with a capital M spending deal, which really changed the trajectory for a long time in Washington, really till nine eleven and and welfare reform major deal between Clinton and Gingrich. And a lot of people might argue that Bill Clinton came out looking better from that. Newt Gingrich was never the same politically after the shutdowns, but it produce something. And so there is the school of thought that if you can set the table with some success with this conference committee and get something through maybe there's something there. And here's the other point that I'll leave you with on that score. You have all these new freshman, mostly Democrats who they're a different breed. They've not been part of Washington. They haven't really been some of them have never been in office before. In the military. Yes. Also from the military and that brings a different viewpoint to this as well. And the fact there was one member I was talking about he was very upset that congress wasn't in session. He said in the military. What you do is you get everybody together. And you know, you say we have this crisis. We're not gonna we gotta figure this out. Okay. And that's a very interesting viewpoint. So that might be a dynamic that hasn't fully been explored yet because this is not like other freshman classes, and the demand from both sides, the Democrats and Republicans in that freshman class might say, we have to do something and do something different and very briefly, the Chad pergram biography, you mentioned Miami university of Ohio where did you grow up, and how did you first come to Washington? Jackson Burgo high which is east of Oxford smallest incorporated village in the state population of fifty two it has both political and journalistic background neither which I have a darn thing to deal with across the road is the home of James, m Cox. Where he grew up was the two congressman governor of Ohio democratic nominee for president in nineteen twenty with FDR lost a Warren Harding, most candidates that you're from Ohio. He was a newspaper, man. And you've heard of Cox newspapers broadcasting Cox cable, Cox enterprises that Tim so that's that's that's Cox and Jackson. Berg Jackson, burglar, Ohio. I had finished my master's degree at Miami. Borton public radio at the public radio station there in college for this part of my I didn't teach a class. I worked at the radio. That was my that was my deal to be a reporter and anchor their afternoon news program before all things considered on NPR. And I said done this for six seven years starting when I was in high school, different radio and TV jobs. And I was like, well, I was always interested in politics. And there was this guy who I covered this this. Crazy congressional race in nineteen ninety. And I was wondering what happened to this guy. This guy was this unpronounceable name. But it was really kinda my first introduction to deposit guy named bainer who was the local congressman and one in a crazy upset there was a major political scandal which has got him in..

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11:58 min | 3 years ago

"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Radio show like no other Brian Kilmeade. Whenever -ficiating part of any kind of discussion post game. It's never a good outcome. For us. Technology is not going to solve all those issues. The game is not officiated by robots. It's not it's not going to be. But we have to continue to go down that path. That is Roger Goodell every year he meets with the press. It's a free for all. And whatever question works. He's he tries to answer. The capital has been dominating it. Then there was deflate gate for a while. There was the whole tape problem where the patriots were taping questions for some reason why Roger Goodell took over I know he's made mistakes. But he also has been unlucky Tagliabue's almost had no issues. Roger Goodell has a major issue every year. Now everybody's talking about the NFC conference game with a penalty that was in its final. There wasn't called that allowed. The saints. Kick a field goal. The Rams too tight up and went in overtime. So Mark Leibovich. It's got to be high fiving everybody sees because he wrote a book called big game the NFL and dangerous times, but focused a lot about the team. He knows a lot about and that's the patriots. And it man he spent a lot of time with Tom Brady. Mark Leibovich keep national correspondent for the New York Times magazine, which is his fulltime job. Georgia's back in studio. Mark, welcome. Brian good to be here. I'd I'd high five you, but you're across the desk. You do have to be happy me. Now your books have been more relevant again. It is. Yeah. No. I look I have beautiful that timing. This is strategic planning. I I knew early near actually I look someone reminded me of this. I did an interview with Washingtonian magazine in September in which I picked the Rams and the patriots to be in. So I know what I'm talking about. Can you get my issue? Can you get my issue of Washingtonian magazine? Are you actually telling the truth? I am completely forgot about it. Someone sent it to me. Please second you got to get this out. I pick the Rams and patriots in the Super Bowl. I did actually. Yeah. Peter King, by the way of NBC did also. But I did I I like to think he copied me. Well, I think so too because you're here. I am. And he's not he's not he's to scare you can't face. You. You talked about the two they bring almost retired bring was ticked off in the off season. Correct. Yes. He was the Deflategate scandal. I think abomination I thought it was ridiculous scandal. But I'm a patriots fan. So take what I say with a grain of salt. He almost retired over that. He was so frustrated he was saying, you know, I don't need this anymore. He. Talked about it last year too mean he's talked about it periodically. And here he is back in the Super Bowl. Now, you're hearing whispers, well, if he wins the sixth Super Bowl, this might be forty one years old what does he have left to win? But he also said a couple of days ago, I want to play four or five zero zero chance of Retiro chance to retire. Yeah. You'd think family pressure wants to move on. But he does he is defying age. I'm looking at him playing the old Rams the Saint Louis Rams Super Bowl in two thousand and two thousand two looks almost the same before supermodels started wearing them out. Right. That is true. Yeah. And look you, and I know and being married to supermodels is not the easiest thing. People think it is. But they're very few people. I'm not going to go. Yes. He is an amazing career. And everyone says Mark you did this book on the NFL, you know, so much about the NFL. Why do you keep watching? There's so much controversy. And I say, look, you know, first of all talk to me when Belgium Britain retire because this is my team, and I've been spoiled and people hate me and people hate us, and we feed off the hate, by the way, I personally don't. But I think the team does. Right. I mean, there's a fan. You know? It'd be nice if we could all get along, you're not. Yeah. I respectfully say giants fans or something. The jets fans that are the problem. Come together on this. Right. But yeah, no. That's the thing about football. It's a three show gets back. I like the Commissioner beginnings in a controversial situation and people are all over him because he didn't come out until the public. I'm not reversing the game. But the saints were robbed of a huge penalty. That would have put them first Ingle. Yeah. And look the whole country. Do you think Commissioner handle a terribly terribly mostly because he didn't like the Commissioner? But I don't actually I mean, look I mean, I don't say that it's a personal disgust. But I think that he handled it very badly. I think when you go into hiding for eleven days at a time when the whole league is coming under great scrutiny. What's the job of the Commissioner job? Want us to come out and say something number to look it doesn't take much imagination to think that? Yeah. You blew it say, you blew it. And maybe even redo the plate replay the second. You can't start. Do we not do it once say, this is not a precedent? This is so agreed the whole country saw this is unfair. We have a week before the Super Bowl. No one's gonna be doing anything. Be in serious. On a Tuesday replay it from two minutes in. Yes, what give the trophy out? Well, they could take the trophy back as a patriots fan. I think would have been great. But also, Donald Trump would have been very happy one because people would be talking about the replaying of the second half coming up last weekend and not the shutdown sort of been good for him. And now, I mean, everyone it would have been the single biggest story in sports in a long time. The replay big game is aimed at the book the NFL dangerous time. So the other issue that the league wants behind him. I'm shocked that they did they stopped televising the national anthem. We didn't really hear much publicity of it. I saw the national anthem both championship games. Did not see any nealer is. If there was couldn't see were. Yeah. So Roger Goodell was asked about cabinet. Why didn't anyone signed him yet? What's going on cut forty nine? Roger anti-abortion New York Post just a follow up on that question. Why? Specifically, do you think Colin Kaepernick, though, hasn't been signed over the last few years? I think it's a a repeat of what I just said. Which is I think if a team decides the Colin Kaepernick or any other player can help their team win. That's what they'll do. They wanna win and they make those decisions individually in the best interests of their clothing sell key suing saying they could the the league is colluded to keep him out. And he is that lawsuits ongoing. It's ongoing it's gone on longer than the league thought it would. And and you know, he's gotten some some favorable rulings. I mean, I think look at the very least this is going to cause NFL owners to come out and probably say more things in public than they usually do which is always dangerous because NFL owners are not the most presentable public figures, you'll you'll ever see. They're all rich. There's another all rich. You know, what what little fact four NFL owners passed away in the last year, mostly? Are just so old. But although sport teams made the playoffs. I don't know what the listeners their bullets you. Good point. I did not know listeners. I'm trying to I'm trying to inform people make everyone smarter wise cabinet continously. I think it's a combination of things one. I mean, obviously, he comes with a lot of baggage. I mean, I think it will be one thing if he were Aaron Rodgers Tom Brady he is a backup quarterback now at best. I mean, I think I would say that look he deserves the league on the merits. But look if you're if you're a franchise, and you say look for backup quarterback is it worth the controversy. But distraction every player in the locker room being asked about it. All the time the crowds of protesters. I mean, e do most NFL coaches, in fact, all NFL coaches don't want to be distracted like this. And I also think a for example, I look at the Washington Redskins. He thought they still shot the playoffs. They lose Alex Smith. They need a guy that could probably pick up the offense. That would have been a time to pick an experienced guy up to do it. But they said Mark Sanchez, a better fit and people say, wait a second. Really, right. I mean, that's the underside to this. Which is every time a bad quarterback in the NFL, which seems to happen every week. You know, the media's going to remind everyone that, hey, by the way, Colin Kaepernick is better than this person that couldn't they do better than Mark Sanchez. And look if if you're a fan of the Redskins, you could very legitimately asked that. So now, the there's a few acts who have been pushed at this type of stuff. I know you love the game. But you also you love the storylines the maroon five cancel their press conference yesterday. It's usually the most is the most fun part of the week to sit there and get to talk to abandon the band says how much they love sports and went through. It's going to be maroon five's is by the way, they have great personalities. I actually Adam LeVine is on is is on the voice. So to me, you know, what this says to me we're talking now, they're ducking. But you know, why they don't want the distraction what they are taking a knee at halftime. And they're being pushed to take. And that's going to be there. I'm gonna play, but I don't wanna alienate my audience. But yet I want to go to a my billions of. The people, and I'm I'm great band. I want the challenge. So at one point three they're gonna hold up a sign gonna put on. So you think they have something up their sleeves ideal. Interesting. Yeah. I hadn't thought of that. I just sort of figure look we're gonna let our music, which is what they say. But I mean, if maroon five wants to be remembered for something forever. This would be so I guess we'll see I music. I love music. Yeah. I mean, you know, I'm not I'm not one of these hardcore guys. But I punch on the radio all the time. Okay. Let's music. Maroon five probably wouldn't be my first choice for a Super Bowl. Halftime broad enough to be perfect for this white audience. I guess I mean, I think they're more likely to be not controversial. But that flies in the face with the Brian Kilmeade opinion. Yes. Which means it's got to be wrong. And you know, what it could be right, by the way, you also hurt my feelings because you said you like music talk radio that hurt my feelings on some level. I'm way to sensitive. Do you think a part of the next? I'm actually part of a. You can't talk about music without worrying about like, the talk radio talking head, actually. No, you're not talking yet. You're talking voice. Right. Can you be talking on the radio? Now, I'm actually a torso. Because if we tell everybody because I am standing you are standing right you stand anyway because I sit FOX and friends morning. Also, I saw this study that it's really bad for your hamstrings. If you're sitting if the hamster play, John Glenn said, something very interesting. He was on the today show. He's in great shape. And they said, you know, you're in Crete shape, you going back into space. He's is or anything you would have done different. He goes. Yeah. He goes. I wish I stretched into I am so tight in the back of my mind. I remind you a little of John. That's interesting right now. So it's not by the way, you said that which is not interested all the kids out there who want to be astronauts and United States senators just give it up because you want a job that allows you to stand right or do it in stretch. I think that's a great great thing to to to give. Yeah. You you inform. That is not even formed your guest you and for listeners. Everybody wanted my guest tomorrow. We'll be Bob Kraft. Really it looks like I can get to his hotel at seven thirty. We're going to do a live you. I think we're going to try to do this. Right. Alison. Yeah. On television. We do only every year we go we've been doing it from from year one either not post game or pre game. If you had a question for Bob Kraft, relevant not relevant for this game. Now, this is his ninth says night SuperNet, which gives me ten parcels. Green Bay one that they lost. Yes. Because you know. I'm not sure he likes me anymore. I like him. I like the team. I would ask him if he will ever do the right thing. And now upon this tenth thing he will go back to the old logo of the guy like snapping the ball like that. I love that. I missed that. And now, maybe it's my childhood. I mean, I would ask him legitimately. Did he intervene last year against his head coach and decide that Tom Brady would I'm going to stick with Tom Brady and not Jimmy Garoppolo? And that's a question that no one has ever answered right? That is a great question. Rob Lowe went to the forty dollars at went every game. He started got hurt this year that was back to a bit went back to being the forty Niners. Right. You current forty nine or so, and that's good. We made it unbelievable. If he had retired in the spring having traded away his heir apparent right? Here's another thing. By the way. I know we're running out of time. But I would say Mr. craft. You are always saying you're a fan one year ago today. Malcolm Butler, the starting cornerback for your team sat on the bench the entire game. The eagles towards them for however many. A yards. Was that a mistake? Was it a mistake to bench Malcolm Butler, and he won't he won't second promises to great questions? But now I can't get any credit for. You're on the air. I will tell you you will get total credit because no one will remember this. I'm giving you this some more. By the.

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05:18 min | 3 years ago

"washingtonian magazine" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"On time. I'm Ed Torrence, news ninety six point five WDBO. Now, the Brian Kilmeade show a news ninety six point five WDBO whenever -ficiating part of any kind of discussion post game. It's never a good outcome. For us. Technology is not going to solve all those issues. The game is not officiated by robots. It's not it's not going to be. But we have to continue to go down that path. That is Roger Goodell every year he meets with the press. It's a free for all. And whatever question works. He's he tries to answer. The cabinet has been dominating it then there was deflate gate for a while. There was the whole tape problem where the patriots were taping questions for some reason Roger Goodell took over I know he's made mistakes. But he also has been unlucky pulled Tagliabue's almost had no issues. Roger Goodell has a major issue every year. Now everybody's talking about the NFC conference game with the penalty that was in final. There wasn't called that allowed. The saints. Kick a field goal. The Rams too tight up it in overtime. So Mark Leibovich has got to be high fiving everybody sees because he wrote a book called big game the NFL and dangerous times, but focused a lot about the team. He knows a lot about and that's the patriots. And a man he spent a lot of time with Tom Brady. Mark Leibovich chief national correspondent for the New York Times magazine, which is his full-time job. Georgia's back in studio. Mark, welcome. Brian good to be here. I'd I'd high five you, but you're across the desk. Type of colds. Look, you do have to be happy me. Now your books even more relevant again. It is. Yeah. No. I look I have beautiful timing. This is strategic planning. I knew early near actually I looked someone reminded me of this. I did an interview with Washingtonian magazine in September in which I picked the Rams and the patriots to be. So I know what I'm talking about. You get my issue. Can you get my issue of Washingtonian magazine, you actually telling the truth? I am. Forgot about it. Someone sent it to me. Please it you gotta get this out. Nobody picks the Rams and patriots in the Super Bowl. I did actually yet. Peter King, by the way of NBC did also. But I did I I like to think he copied me. Well, I like to think so too because you're here. I am. And he's not he's not. He's too scary. He can't you can't face. You talked about the two that Brady almost retired bring was ticked off in the off season. Correct. Yes. He was the Deflategate scandal. I think you know, abomination I thought it was ridiculous scandal. But I'm a patriots fan. So take what I say with a grain of salt. He almost retired over that. He was so frustrated he was saying I don't need this anymore. He talked about it last year too. I mean, he's talked about it periodically. And here he is back in the Super Bowl. Now, you're hearing whispers, well, if you win the Super Bowl, this might be forty one years old what does he have left to win? But he also said a couple of days ago, I wanna play four or five zero zero chance of Retiro chancer retired family pressure wants to move on. But he does he is defying age. I'm looking at him playing the old Rams the St Louis Rams Super Bowl in two thousand. Two thousand two looks almost the same. He before supermodels started wearing them out. Right. I mean, he that is true. Yeah. And look do you. And I know I'm being married to supermodels is not the easiest thing. People think it is people think it is. But they're very few people on. I'm not going go there. Yes. He is an amazing career. And everyone says, you know, Mark, you did this book on the NFL, you know, so much about the NFL. Why do you keep watching? There's so much controversy. And I say, look, you know, first of all talk to me when Belgium can Brady retire because this is my team, and I've been spoiled and people hate me and people hate us. And we get you feed off the hate, by the way, I personally don't. But I think the team does. Right. I mean, there's a fan. You know, it'd be nice if we could all get along. And I respectfully say giants fans or something. The jets fans that are the problem. Come together on this, right? But yeah, no, look, that's the thing about football. It's a three hour show gets back. I like the Commissioner beginnings in a controversial situation and people are all over him because he didn't come out until the public. I'm not reversing the game. But the saints were robbed of a huge penalty. That would have put him. I in goal. Yeah. It looked the whole country. But what do you think Commissioner handle, a terribly terribly mostly because he didn't know you like the Commissioner, but I don't actually. Look, I mean, I don't say that it's a personal disgust. But I think that he handled his very badly. I think he wanted to go into hiding for eleven days at a time when the whole league is coming under great scrutiny. What's the job of the Commissioner? If job want us to come out and say something number to look it doesn't take that much imagination to that. Yeah. You blew it say, you blew it. And maybe even redo the set plate replay the second half way. You can't start doing. No, do it once say, this is not a precedent this. Oh, agreed the whole country. Saw this is unfair. We have a week before the Super Bowl. No one's gonna be doing anything. Anyway. Serious. Really? You don't really would have loved to do that on a Tuesday replay it in two minutes in. Yes. The trophy out. Well, they could take the trophy back as a patriots fan. I think it would been great. But also, Donald Trump would have been very happy one because people would be talking about the replaying of the second half coming up last weekend and not the shutdown sort of been good for him. And now, I mean, everyone it would have been the single biggest story in sports in a longtime. The replay be game is aimed at the book the NFL and dangerous time. So the other issue that the league wants behind them. I'm shocked that they did they stopped televising the national anthem. We didn't really hear much publicity of it. I saw the national anthem both championship games. Did not see any nealer is. If there was I couldn't see there were. Yeah. So Roger Goodell was asked about capper Nick, why didn't anyone signed him yet? What's going on cuts forty nine? Roger anti-abortion New York Post.

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"Like no other Brian Kilmeade. Whenever -ficiating part of any kind of discussion post game. This never a good outcome. For us. Technology is not going to solve all those issues. The game is not officiated by robots. It's not it's not going to be. But we have to continue to go down that path. That is Roger Goodell every year he meets with the press. It's free for all. And whatever question works. He's he tries to answer cabinet has been dominating it, then there was deflate gate for a while. There was the whole tape problem where the patriots were taping questions for some reason with Roger Goodell took over I know he's made mistakes. But he also has been unlucky pulled Tagliabue's almost had no issues. Roger Goodell has a major issue every year. Now everybody's talking about the NFC conference game with the penalty that was in its final. There wasn't called that allowed. The saints. Kick a field goal the Rams tied up and went in overtime. So Mark Leibovich has got to be high fiving everyone he sees because he wrote a book called big game the NFL and dangerous times, but focused a lot about the team. He knows a lot about and that's the patriots. And a man he spent a lot of time with Tom Brady. Mark Leibovich chief national correspondent for the New York Times magazine, which is his full-time job. Georgia's back in studio. Mark, welcome. Brian good to be here. I'd I'd high five you, but you're across the desk. Cold. You have to be happy me. Now your books been more relevant again. It is. Yeah. No. I look I have beautiful not timing. This is strategic planning. I I knew early near actually I looked someone reminded me of this. I did an interview with Washingtonian magazine September in which I picked the Rams and the patriots to be in the super. So I know what I'm talking about. Can you get my issue? Can you get my issue of Washingtonian magazine? Are you actually telling the truth? I am completely forgot about it. Someone sent it to me. You gotta get this out. Nobody picked the Rams in patriots in the Super Bowl. I did actually. Yeah. Peter King, by the way of NBC did also. But I did I I like to think he copied me. Well, I like to think so too because you're here. I am. He's not he's not. He's too scary. He can't he can't face. You feel more Q talked about the to the Brady almost retired brings ticked off in the off season. Correct. Yes. He was the Deflategate scandal. I think you know, abomination I thought it was ridiculous scandal. But I'm patriots fan. So take what I say with a grain of salt. He almost retired over that. He was so frustrated he was saying I don't need this anymore. He talked about it last year too. I mean, he's talked about it periodically. And here he is back in the Super Bowl. Now, you're hearing whispers, well, if he wins the sixth Super Bowl this might be at he's forty one years old what is left to win. But he also said a couple of days ago, I wanna play four or five zero zero chance of Retiro chance to retire. Think family pressure wants to move on. But he does he is defying age. I'm looking at him. Playing the old Rams Saint Louis Rams Super Bowl in two thousand and two thousand looks almost the same as before supermodels started wearing them out. Right. I mean, he that is true. Yeah. And look you, and I know I'm being married to supermodels is not the easiest thing in people think it is people think it is. But they're very few people in. I'm not gonna. Hey, no, yes. His head. He's an amazing career. And everyone says, you know, Mark, you did this book on the NFL, you know, so much about the NFL. Why do you keep watching? There's so much controversy. And I say, look, you know, first of all talk to me when Belgium and Brady retire because this is my team, and I've been spoiled and people hate me and people hate us. And we get you feed off the hate, by the way, I personally don't. But I think the team does. Right. I mean, there's a fan. You know? It'd be nice if we could all get along. Yeah. I respectfully say giants fans or something. The jets fans that are the problem. Come together on this, right? But yeah, no, look, that's the thing about football two three show gets. I liked the Commissioner again he's in a controversial situation and people are all over him because he didn't come out until the public. I'm not reversing the game. But the saints were robbed of a huge penalty. That would put him. I in goal. Yeah. And look the whole country. Thank you Commissioner handle, it terribly terribly mostly because he didn't like the Commissioner. But I don't actually I mean, look I mean, I don't say that it's a deep personal disgust. But I think that he handled his very badly. I think when you go into hiding for eleven days at a time when the whole league is coming under great scrutiny. What's the job of the Commissioner job? Want us to come out and say something number to look it doesn't take much imagination to think that? Yeah. You blew it say, you blew it. And maybe even redo the plate replay the second half way. You can't start doing. You know, do it once say, this is not a precedent. This is so agree the whole country. Saw this is unfair. We have a week before the Super Bowl. No one's gonna be doing anything any serious really really would have loved to do that on a Tuesday replay it in two minutes in. Yes. Gave the trophy out. Well, they could take the trophy back as a patriots fan. I think it would have been great. But also, Donald Trump would have been very happy one because people would be talking about the replaying of the second half coming up last weekend and not the shutdown sort have been good for him. And now, I mean, everyone would have been the single biggest story in sports in a longtime. The replay big game is aimed at the book the NFL and dangerous time. So the other issue that the league wants behind him. I'm shocked that they did they stopped televising the national anthem. We didn't really hear much publicity of it. I saw the national anthem bowls championship games. Did not see any nealer is. If there was I couldn't see there were. Yeah. So Roger Goodell was asked about capital why didn't anyone signed him yet? What's going on forty nine? Roger.

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