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Mets' Pete Alonso Becomes Second Fastest Player in MLB History to 100 HRs
"Beat the marlins nine to four pita lonzo having himself a night. One alonso drills one of air deep to left me. This one's going along way. Homerun pete alonzo old clevelander down there on the left field side at low depot. Mark lots out wait long after hitting number one hundred earlier the hits number one one wayne randazzo. Wcbs eighty two home runs for peter lonzo indeed over one hundred now for his career. Mets beat the marlins nine four that cap. The scoring here was alonzo second-fastest to one hundred in his career. I mean I mean again in that list. It's it's truly. It's really special ryan howard. Only the one ahead of
Mets Get Rare Home Win Over Cubs
"Great game and city field between the cubs and the mets taiwan walker was outstanding. The two on the inside corner strike three cl walker claps his hand against his bed as he heads off the mound after his career high. Twelve th strikeout of the game. It's a one two three inning. He's retired twelve in a row from. Wcbs the mets with a three two lead at that point. They had a three two lead in the ninth inning. Seth lugo on the mound. Pinch-runner jake bresnik first base in this happened they would up next mccain has an end of the game with a strike them out throw them out yet to come to sogard line center field. They sent over toward white center. That will enable boras need to go to third is gonna take the tourneys can score on the plane with a tad stickers to challenging the where you live who a one hop bullets to the plate. Maroshek is out running through a stop sign and the cubs are down to their final out of the game actually. He was waived home and there was only one out at the time the cubs lose the game. Three two
Reeling Rockies Swept in Doubleheader by Mets
"The injury hits. Just keep on coming for the mets noah. Syndergaard has been shut down for at least six weeks. The quote from luis rojas manager the sits big counting on being a month from now. This happening is tough. We pray he can pitch for us this year. I'm going to be talking with carl. Why i kinda wonder if that's even a possibility. And i'll explain why this is going to get really really complicated for all involved now. The mets have been ravaged by all these injuries lately but they had a great day on thursday. This was in game one first-pitch peraza to high drive deep to left top back near the wall. That bom jose peraza gets the mets won on their road. Maybe five today. A park homer off herrmann. Mark has and the mets take one. Nothing lead that from wcbs and one. Ron was all that marcus. Stroman and edwin d as needed strowman was outstanding. Played his position. Great so they won game one and they won game two sweeping the doubleheader giving them at some momentum this weekend series they have against the atlanta braves at citi field on sunday night this weekend. Jacob degrom pitching against the braves. Charlie morton
New York Mets Injuries: Conforto, McNeil out Until Late June
"It's a right now. Challenging time for the mets because of all these injuries yesterday zach scott. Their general manager told reporters. That michael conforto jeff. Mcneil are likely out until late. June because his severity of their hamstring. Polls yesterday when the mets were facing the rockies they'd play james mccann at first base for the first time for mccann professionally. They're just trying to put as many major leaguers in the lineup as they possibly can and in the top of the second inning. They fell behind pitches. Hit pretty well to right field going back to watch it go into the bullpen. Touch of all time for ryan mcmahon eight fifty. Koa took an early lead bottom of the fourth inning francisco. Linda came to the plate are leads from first pitch round ball up the middle to his left story as it flip the second one over the first two double play off the bat of lindores those scattered boos from earlier. Start to smear a little. Bit around the ballpark from wcbs iraqis would win this game. Three to to just the third win in twenty road games for colorado this season Because the mets are so banged up austin gombar throwing eight innings allowing just two hits
New York Mets' Kevin Pillar on Injured List After HBP to Face
"Happened in the mets braves game. Last night was absolutely horrific. They were it locked into a close game top of the seventh inning. James mccann at the plate. Yes that's fair. it's down the line that will bring in the first lord of the game. Neto james to strike deliver for the new york. Mets sent a huge biggest. Today met uniform for one. Nothing new york was car ravages. Call on espn kevin. Pilar was next to the plate. And this is what happened to outs. Bases loaded one bowl to strikes pitch. Hit our and it hit him in the head. Laura's down helmet came off and actually it hit pull are right in the face. His face is busted up. He is bleeding on the field profusely. You could see the blood rushing out of which seems to be the bridge of his nose why that is a scary scary scene. On a fastball. That ran up in in and kevin polar took it right on the top of the knows. It looked like he's down is being tended to quickly by louis. Row haas and brian chick low. They're trying to get as many tiles as possible in the blood is still pouring out of palomares. Face that from the mets flagship. Wcbs a lot of concern. Jacob web was the pitcher for the braves he was taken out of the game. You could see how shaken he was by this moment. The mets went on to win this game three to one but of course the conversation after the game was about palomar. Here's mets manager. Luis row haas right now. He's a is in ospital They're doing a see scan We'll find out more Probably later tonight something that we can share we you guys tomorrow or potentially but Our head trainer brian. She took in there and was still doing wound some of the tests that they need to do. Just see what you know. What he has he was was not not an easy moment.
New York Mets vs Miami Marlins game ends in controversy
"New york. Yesterday we saw one of the biggest controversies early in the early season. The mets in the marlins. What a game. This was in the bottom of the ninth inning. Jeff mcneil came to the plate for the mets with new york. Down by run may play mcneil to pull the outfield three. And one the count bass to the belp. Here's the pitch swing a fly ball to right field. Well hit to fall back still going at the track. That's gone mcneil. Doesn't he leads off the bottom of the night with the game tied holder. And this baby's all even to the mets would go on and load the bases two outs michael conforto at the plate. Here's the call. On the marlins radio network now the one to forte three called it got him in the arm. No now they're going to send them to first base. He hit him with the pitch and the ball games over the opening up our initially signaled strike three then he said no it hit them. Don mattingly's out to argue. The mets are celebrating. Walk off three two win. Glenn geffner nine forty. Winz here was the call on wcbs. Mets radio network now the to pitch breaking ball in their strike. Three call victim on the arm. The game is over. It was called a strike initially but then it was ruled that the ball hit conforto. Michael gets to first base and on the mets television network. Those guys did a great job on essen. Y going crazy saying come on. He obviously stuck his elbow out as the ball is passing him and you saw the reaction from the to a radio broadcast bolted. Them saw the strike. three call. By ron copa
21 people injured, 240 displaced during a fire in a Queens apartment
"Some 240 people are displaced after a huge fire in an apartment building in Queens, New York WCBS TV is Nick Calloway started around one p.m. in 1/6 floor apartment of the 133 unit building and spread rapidly throughout the cock loft. The space between the ceiling and the roof. Firefighters say This will be a prolonged operation. Still not under control. Way will probably be here for tonight. If not through the next couple of days. At least 21 people were injured. 16 of them were firefighters. His injuries are not
More than half of New York legislators call on Gov. Cuomo to resign
"Number of state legislators are calling for New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to step down to two twin scandals more from WCBS TV s Andrea Crimes in New York City, 55. Democratic State legislators released a statement calling for the governor to resign there not only upset about the alleged inappropriate sexual and workplace behave. Here but also the alleged cover up of nursing home deaths during the pandemic, and you don't want to have a daily controversy. He's getting in the way of just proceeding and working on working our best for the people of New York State. One of these allegations all the allegations are proven to or not. It is time for the governor to step aside. The top Democrats in the state Assembly Speaker Carl Hasty, has backed a plan for its Judiciary Committee tow launch an impeachment investigation. Governor Cuomo has said he will not resign
New York's attorney general names duo to investigate Cuomo sexual harassment claims
"General, has appointed a former federal prosecutor and an employment lawyer to investigate accusations that Governor Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed female aides. WCBS TV's Marsha Kramer, attorney general, It is. James chose Joon Kim, the man who replaced pre Pereira as U. S attorney in the Southern District of New York and employment discrimination lawyer and Clark. Who had a team probing allegations of sexual harassment against Governor Andrew Cuomo made by five women. In a statement, James described a pair as quote legal experts who have decades of experience. Conducting investigations and fighting to uphold the rule of law. The appointments came is New York lawmakers were privately debating whether to join calls for Cuomo to resign from office or urge patients during the investigation. In the
Charlotte Bennett, ex-aide to New York Gov. Cuomo, accuses him of sexual harassment
"The New York Times reports a second woman accusing a governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual Harass the article. States. 25 year old Charlotte Bennett is a legend. Cuomo asked her late. Last friend quote. Numerous questions about her personal life, including whether she thought age made a difference and romantic relationships and had said that he was open to relationships with women in their twenties comments she interpreted as clear overtures to a sexual relationship, end quote and a statement, the governor said quote I never made advances toward Miss Bennet. Nor did I ever intend to act in any way that was inappropriate and quote WCBS TV is
Cuomo administration underreported nursing home Covid deaths by up to 50%, New York attorney general says
"WCBS is Steve Burns on a new report accusing New York's governor of lying about Cova deaths. The report from New York attorney general Test James says Governor Andrew Cuomo may have undercounted New York's covert nursing home deaths by as much as 50%. Leaving out anyone who was transferred to a hospital in later passed away. It feels like we're receiving a sense of justice. Instead of getting gas lit. State Assembly member Ron Kim is calling for a nonpartisan commission to investigate what he says may have been human rights violations. People need to be held accountable. Steve Burns for CBS News New York
What the power of August signifies in U.S. civil rights history
"Today also marks another key moment in American civil rights. History was today back in 1955 when 14 Year old Emmett Till was lynched in Mississippi, accused of whistling at a white woman. August has brought many of the nation's transformational movements in the fight for civil rights. Maurice Dubois WCBS TV is hosting a brand new event tonight called The Power of August August 2040. Dean brought the police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. He put his hands in her and he started to get down. But Officer Steele approach with his weapons drawn the 18 year olds death and galvanizing the movement now known as black Lives matter, Going strong today, August 2020 protests raging against racism and brutality. And the effort to channel that rage to the ballot box and you can catch that events streaming this evening on CBS news dot com
Isaias near hurricane strength as it crawls toward Carolinas
"Zaius is packing top sustained winds of 70 miles an hour as it moves north along the eastern seaboard closing in on the Carolinas. WCBS TV. Islamic, Quinn says it's just below hurricane strength. The hurricane warning is really on Lee from the area just south of Myrtle Beach. The area just north of Wilmington, North Carolina, Wade Hall lives in Rocky Mount North Carolina. He's braced for the storm. We went to the grocery store last night, got some water, and I feel the core's up just kind of picking the art of making sure everything's in place. We're not too worried on this one. It's expected to be a rainmaker with flooding possible. There is the possibility of tornadoes getting kicked up to Tom Don, his emergency management director in Hilton Head, South Carolina. It can be some significant wind. It's It's a pretty wide range, so Really for us. We want folks to go ahead and hunker down and pay attention. Don't go out if you don't have to CBS News update. I'm Steve Caven in the Weather
"wcbs" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"WCBS you know every household benefits from having a home security system if they have cannot benefit from a home security system however if you do not have one hello why don't you have one well the odds are you think they're too expensive and a cost benefit analysis you'll say I haven't ever been broken into and since I haven't been broken into why should I make the investment all of that's understandable but the primary reason is it's just it's it's it's so expensive in addition to the other things the site survey somebody comes out goes to your house tell you where to put all the stuff the centers and then they tell you how that's going to happen in a run wire their wires at once we have miles of wire in your house and then they give it a cost quote and use wall G. we'll see none of that is relevant anymore because of a company called simply safe simply saves invented innovated a wireless home security system that is just as effective as providing protection at a fraction of the cost that's because simply safe uses wifi instead of wires I cannot emphasize enough how much taking the wires out of the home security system takes the complexity out of it the expense out of it the simplicity that there's ring that that's installed it's just it just makes it more efficient easier to troubleshoot problems the main thing it does is eliminate so much cost the game changer eliminating the wires eliminating the installation crews the maintenance service contracts eliminate all that you're adding up to big savings now once you install simply safe in your home you can do it in an apartment in a condominium you can do it anywhere you're able to do this installation yourself and believe me it's not complicated don't be intimidated by the if you can stick things on windows you can do this if you can put a camera some Porter in a room where you want to see what you want to see same thing with motion detectors or glass break sensors within the thing about that you'll have an intimate awareness of your system because of this and it won't be something that intimidate you scares you or makes you think that you can't interact with you can there's also twenty four seven monitoring is only fourteen ninety nine a month not fifty there's no contract to sign so if you're thinking about a home security system take away the number one limiting factor and that's cost you'll be amazed how much this does not cost especially the way I describe your problem again ma'am this thing goes set.
New York PD rules out criminality by Shake Shack after officers fall ill
"Who the New York City police department has been investigating whether three New York City police officers drank milkshakes spiked with bleach WCBS TV Alice gainer at a shake shack in Manhattan three officers became sick after having shakes from the restaurant police say the officers remain hospitalized employees are being questioned Sheikh sample was taken to a lab for testing we're just in from the NYPD there was no criminality by shake shack
"wcbs" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And WCBS will there be a murder charge I'm Dave Anthony fox news that's what rate chart Brooks's widow is demanding an Atlanta days after her husband was shot resisting this arrest on Friday nights three could be tried as much as one point the officer's taser that was shot in the back as he ran away that cop was fired then the police chief resigns district attorney Paul Howard says he expects to make a decision by the middle of the week on whether to press charges against the officer who fired the fatal shots he says his office is still in the process of gathering evidence Jonathan Serrie in Atlanta near where it happened in the parking lot of a Wendy's that was burnt down during angry protests that shootings only adding to the calls for police reform record George Floyd's death in Minneapolis Congress is working on legislation and Republican senator Tim Scott tells CBS face the nation fewer than half of all police departments are providing key information to the federal government's we need a hundred percent as relates to serious bodily injury and death when the officer uses force we need to have all the information an American accused of being a spy in Russia convicted and sentenced five to Simon known as on the case live the day retired marine col Leland has been sentenced to sixteen years in a Russian prison for espionage he attempted to read a statement to reporters at the coast saying he's the victim of a political kidnapping and the setup the US ambassador to Russia John Sullivan calling the trial a mockery of justice.
"wcbs" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"WCBS phones backing up the computer data they do have is one of the most important computer maintenance functions that you can perform it is sometime if you have a lot if if if you have a desktop you might have a large enough internal hard drive you can petition to back up on that if you have a laptop well that means that you've got to go out and get an external drive if you want to do or there's another way that you don't need to do an external drive but if you have a laptop you probably don't have a whole lot of extra space on your hard to get just what you need and maybe a little more our friends at I. drive zankyou you'll be best solution in the best and easiest computer data backup solution there is the data on your computer is important it's why it's there you have important documents their photos any number of things that are important to you is why you've kept them and if something happens the hard drive on your which it will by the way everybody's hard drive go south at some point they just quit they get corrupted somebody spilled something on the computer they get stolen a kid a pet comes along drags the machine off the desktop on the floor and should bang it crashes it happens and if your not backed up I'm I know a friend a woman who didn't know the concept of backing up jeans brand new had an iPhone just taking family photos otherwise it was so cool so need never thing like before also didn't understand the concept of backing up didn't know what it meant to know what it was one day her phone died along with every photo she had so I said well there's some data recovery site you can try she was able to get some of them back but not all of them but now she got three different backups I'm telling you I drive is.
Lockdown protests held across U.S.
"Many protesters say all businesses should re open at once the solution to this is hurting more people that's how we need to open up our state now others suggest a more gradual approach in a tweet Saturday the Wisconsin department of health services says none of that can happen until there's more testing labs PP and supplies New Jersey has re opened state parks WCBS TV's Corey James is this fixture Osage is jumping for joy stop the only kid thrilled to be at liberty state park in Jersey city the light infantry came out with his brother and mom all of them have been dealing with the case of cabin fever because of the stay at home order and for fifteen to sell really enjoying this
"wcbs" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"WCBS ladies and gentlemen the media do not have the issues that concern you at the forefront of their reporting the key committee defense this captain who was removed and who unfortunately has the virus and yet people who heard his diatribe to his men and women on that boat when the USS Theodore Roosevelt are shocked it's some of the things he had to say the way he said it the way he leaked it to the media you simply cannot have commanders to conduct themselves that way but the the media go for the gaps they go for the differences they they take the cracks and want to create canyons and so he was the subject of numerous Sunday shows just like the subject of whether or not we should be able to use chlorine Clinton the president who's not a doctor time is Andrew Cuomo Dr when he said that you can only get it from a doctor in a hospital what's different from the doctor in a hospital in a doctor who's not in the hospital in terms of prescribing this kind of medicine if they're qualified to qualify I don't have to be in a hospital that just makes it very very difficult for somebody to have access to it if they and their doctor believe they want to try now I want explain something when this is all said and done I'm not a hundred percent but all said and done enough we're gonna look at how the media hysterically has has dealt with this trying to look for reasons to attack the people who are trying to fix this and address this including the president we're gonna look at the demands for nationalizing our industries we're gonna look at the demands for having a national stay at home edict from a present United States coming out of media figures we're gonna we're gonna look at all the fascistic demands of the media of the last of the Democrats certain fascistic conduct particular among Liberal Democrat governors are beyond belief and we're gonna fix this because we not only have a country with some very sick people in it we now have a country that is trying to institutionalize the fundamental transformation of a constitutional Republic to something else once the last time any of these news people on cable their gas from The New York Times or The Washington Post spoke about civil liberties when's the last time was the first time what is the first time they explain federalism that it's the governor's under our constitution under our traditions and our practices that are responsible for the hospitals in their states that it's the governor's they have taken control from the private sector from these private hospitals decision making about their equipment their beds qualifications for doctors and all the rest as we pointed out here the other day FEMA they need to come into existence Intel nineteen seventy nine until nineteen seventy nine governors had opportunities to acquire ventilators almost to a man and a woman they chose not to governors had opportunities to expand their hospitals and the number of beds in hospitals in ICU units they've chosen not to governors can have a lot of say in how many doctors there will be certified and qualified in their states and we're gonna have a shortage of doctors what are they doing about it absolutely nothing I've talked to you before about this electromagnetic issue which will make this look like a walk in the park horrific over ten thousand people dead but I lectured magnet magnetic issue shutting down entire lecture on the griddle affect every corner of this country you're not gonna be able to eat you're not gonna clean water you're not going to electricity you won't be able to communicate there will be no internet.
Harvey Weinstein's defense lawyers rest case without him taking the stand
"Movie producer Harvey Weinstein is remaining silent as his New York rape trial moves toward closing arguments WCBS TV is merry Calvi Harvey Weinstein will not take the stand in a sex assault trial the defense rested its case has a short time ago one sings lead defense lawyer is expected to present closing arguments Thursday the jury could begin deliberating
Opening Statements Today In Harvey Weinstein Rape Trial
"Three an appeals court turning down Harvey Weinstein's request this week to move his rape trial out of New York City just ahead of today this Wednesday's planned opening statements more from WCBS radio reporter Orla diamond this morning prosecutors plan to show the jury photos of winds dean six accusers in their opening statement but before they begin the judge will hear the defense's motion to get rid of a juror they claimed light on her application by not citing that she recently wrote a book about young women dealing with sexual advances from older
Powerful storm to dump snow, ice and rain across the country
"A powerful winter storm is set to blow across the country and will dump snow ice and rain on millions along the way north the city's Boston New York Philadelphia don't fit you have not had much of a winter so far this is not to be too huge for you but north of the area up around say buffalo that's what we could be seeing like a foot of snow or more and that is Lonnie Quinn of WCBS
"wcbs" Discussed on AMS on the Air
"To know you as professional. What is your opinion? How's the weather going to play out? Housing affect a lot of graphics. Fix I see out in. The poster session are just more and more sophisticated about showing the range of options the assimilating all this stuff into uncertainties and things but in the end of the day that that to me looks more complicated not more communicative in some ways. That's the difference. I mean that that's why we are going to present this in the broadcast section because we want to get it to the people that communicated out the people that we saw on the poster session. Were just remarkable. I mean into to to see the level of intelligence and to see them so come like that I was was was right right right right. We're we're stuck in our old old habits here but I found that absolutely astounding to see what they were coming up with but again todd and I are going to try Friday deal with the people that have to take that information that they're discovering on their own and then be able to present this to people who are then in the media to present it to the people who do not fully understand what we're trying to say unfortunately the seven day thing is is one of the things that most people want to see. Some stations have tried to do ten and they try to put a fifteen. But all you're getting on there is a flat icon now. You don't even have colorful icons anymore. For every station has gone to flat. Stanley icon day. Yeah and and and you get a Sun. Cloud raindrop a lightning bolt in a snowflake. You know on the same thing. How do you communicate that to people out there? But yeah that's that's what they're looking for so I think that's what we're going to try to try to work on here. How do you communicate the uncertainty understand? Because that's an important piece of justice important piece of information as what you're forecasting the weather to do. There are some sometimes when you very confident. Five or seven days out. There's sometimes where the guidances diverging or is changing in time but some some people will walk in and say look. What it says is going to happen on Saturday? We're GONNA have a snowstorm. Even though modern tomato run is not being consistent as charging you you do communicate and there's a lot of uncertainty stay tuned because we will not know what's going to happen to a lot closer to the event. How do you feel it is on radio versus on TV talking about a lot of graphics? Heavy communication these days but You guys have the almost the advantage of forcing people to focus on one sense at a guy that hurt listening not just hearing listening and that's again is what the What we're going to be talking about on there is Todd Todd has been telling me this all through the morning hours. Concentrate on how to tell the people you know. Tell the story and and I think that that has helped me tremendously in the TV sector too because When we are on TV? If like Todd said this is coming this is coming. This is coming. And you've got your finger pointing to the Green. That's all they're seeing. They're not listening to what I've they hear me then I'll listening and oh I think radio gives you that ability. You're not supposed to give away any part of this. So our salute a free a good story as a beginning middle and in the beginning is an overview and what's important to restore the middle is what you need to know in death and the end is the conclusion what you need to remember now. Let's look what a television broadcast is. The beginning is the current conditions. The middle is a model discussion and the end is is the extended forecast. Those two do not correlate men. TV presentation of conditions model discussion extended forecast asked is not telling the story in the traditional way of overview what you need to know endeavor and here are the conclusions milk. It's like three different stories in what so so in radio. Our problem is how do we tell the story while including information all right so beginning middle and at the end of the podcast episode. So let's you're thirty extended forecast for the MSN. How many people Six Thousand Eight. Aw I think someone said when I walked in here that they were there were about fifty five hundred to six thousand registered but that they thought that there could be as much as ten thousand people in total including I. I'll I'll I'll six thousand nine just like playing jeopardy that's final jeopardy for Alan and Todd Glickman. I don't know who won. But whatever it is I feel like I want. Thanks guys for showing up. Thank you thank.
"wcbs" Discussed on AMS on the Air
"Twenty twenty annual meeting the one hundredth annual meeting the EMS in Boston. And I'm here with Craig Allen and Todd Glickman both of WCBS am in in New York City and todd. We go way back because you were also at one time and Ams Guru and still are what is this. How many meetings does this for you now? Awesome about plus or minus fortieth annual meeting. All right you're pretty incredible. Good for you but it's more than I've got under my belt I'm I'm hoping to get there because I really enjoy this experience. I get to meet people on crazy. You haven't even met before so it was the first time. Yeah so What are you thinking that you you said? You've been to a bunch of enemies before just under a dozen I think but you know starting out back when we did one in Waikiki. In Eighty five I will never forget that one. I think that was my first but The one thing that I noticed about this one. This is obviously very different. Because I go to the broadcast conventions where we have of what type two fifty three hundred at a time. There's over fifty five hundred people here from all walks of the A. M. S.. So I found that a little a bit overwhelming when I first got in to see this. The the the exhibit floor just blew me away. I had take a picture as soon as I walked in here to see all the exhibits down there so This is pretty remarkable. It really really is congratulations to the ems for being able to pull this off have so far. We're all kind of blown away. I I mean we're actually close close to six thousand right now with a record. Todd you probably remember the numbers from the eighties and stuff. It was show and tell you I worked on the staff of AMS for nineteen eighteen ninety three to two thousand thesis in Executive Director. And I was part of the team that thought about. What do we do for the hundredth anniversary and our then meetings The director yelled Shiffman. signed the contracts for the Convention Center this week back then twenty plus years ago and Dr Recall our then executive director to cauldron getting really worried he said there is going to be the biggest blizzard epic and the members won't be able to get there. They're gonNA want their money back. WE'RE GONNA lose our shirts. They're going to be angry at us and look what happened. Two days. Seventy degrees seventy degrees. You know that's that's pretty pretty remarkable because I was worrying about that too. I'm from New York. Obviously we do. WCBS and I was so worried that at some point I would have to either take my broadcast equipment up here with me and actually do it from the hotel room because no one would hope but But on the other hand he just turned out so so remarkable to be walking around the city on Sunday. Seventy four though you know it snowed yesterday morning I felt because just hotel evacuation and we were standing out on the streets six thirty in the morning. How now let's snowflakes right then? Shivers in my pajamas. But Hey I think it's remarkable. They did cogburn green. Got That forecast wrong. Yes which tells me that. We still have a credibility problem in this field if we can't predict whether thirty it's six thousand people cry writing. That was maybe fifteen hundred. You'd be closing in two thousand something like then no idea so with such a big media. How do you decide what to do? Because you're still you still got a broadcast conference in Badger in the And there's still over two hundred broadcasters here what's compels you first of all outside the broadcast tracks so to speak Local local weather in other words the ones that dealt with thunderstorms the ones that deal with Winter Storms. I've walked into those a lot more frequently than some of the more. How do I put this more scientifics? The more the more physics oriented ones the ones that are geared more towards what I will need to use on the. That's what I've done so far and todd you know. He's he's still running around trying to organize everything. Southbound I've been very interested in aviation meteorology so I try and catch some of those also have a student. I'm supporting through a scholarship and east giving a talk today in the research to operate in session and I hope to get over to that as well so just try to dabble into a a couple of different things over interesting now. You also have another hat that you wear With MIT rate is that. Is that still a GIG. The got that's The full-time Gay guy directly corporate relations office and MIT were large corporations rather world invest in research at the university. So it's not just atmospheric science anything biotechnology biotechnology to data technology. So I'm exposed a lot of science and engineering over there but Meteorology still my my look what he wears a third third hat. Oh No oh yes. It's a train conductors that for for trolleys for for the New York City. Subways for every transit system. Here in the northeast these he. Where's that had to celebrate transit with one to one scale model tree? We'll I one of the things that scaling so much. Cheer at the meeting as Artificial intelligence some which. I'm sure. Yes I t's see a lot of that growing in the corporate world to I it in a way. Don't just do you find that what you're seeing at an ems conference more and more mirrors. The advanced technologies and and Let's say research directions that you're seeing in other fields. I think we're ahead. Because look at the birth of numerical modeling Really came out of our field. The ability to use high-powered computers Significant data sets big data was invented by meteorology and now other professions and other other industries are striving to figure out what they do with. The Internet of things is a big data problem. We've had that problem for decades. Tried to get all the sensor systems into the supercomputers and give the mesh smaller and be able to get out that people could use. Because we've been dealing with those problems for decades other industries are now starting to face. Well Craig that kind of brings up another point. which is that big? Data's been the field for so long. But you guys is being broadcast. Meteorologists are the ones you have to figure out how to take that big picture. The big the big data. Will you turn it into some kind of story right. I mean that's that's the that's the challenge probably the most The thing that's changed the most since todd and ice started is that we used to take that data and it came out on maps that we then how to draw on and we had to make our own conception we had to come up with some kind of an idea of after drawing and plotting in where the moisture is what the winds are at this level. It's all done for US already. You like everything is is color coded. It's it's already there so I think that has made the profession easier and yet on the other hand and eight has made it Made some a little to lax. That's my personal opinion in other words. It's there oh I see green coming along long. For Twelve Z. Tomorrow go with showers. That's a little too simplified in the in the old days so to speak We used to have to see why right there were showers coming towards us. Not here showers coming towards us because this is what the the N. G. Back. Yeah that's right that's right. You get the idea of what I'm talking about machine gene. You're right but that's It's still a matter of Putting together a lot of different sources of information right and a lot of which is another big data data that's all right researchers and for us. Well actually we're going to speak on. What should we use and tell me how which one which model I should I should use that? That's the topic of speech coming advisor. Mit said back when we started using tomorrow models this guidance. This is what you have to help you solve the problem with this is not the Gospel and today we see a lot of broadcasters put the output of the model on TV point to and say this is. What's going to happen? And what Craig and I are going to talk about in our presentation and the very short while is that the viewers and listeners. WanNa know what you think. They don't want to know what the numerical models say that they're competing and fighting. They wanted.
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"WCBS. As we continue to the president's speech from earlier today as commander in chief my highest priority is the defense of our great country. We cannot surrender operational control over the nation's borders to foreign cartels, traffickers and smugglers. We want future Americans to come through our country legally and through a system based on merit. We need people to come to our country. We have great companies moving back into the United States, and we have the lowest employment and the best employment numbers that we've ever had. There are more people working today in the United States then have ever worked in our country. We need people to come in to help us the farms, and with all of these great companies that are moving back finally moving back people said it couldn't happen. It's happening. And we want them to enjoy the blessings. Of safety and liberty and the rule of law. We cannot protect and deliver these blessings without a strong and secure border. I believe that crime in this country can go down by massive percentage. If we have great security on our southern border. I believe drugs large percentages of which come through the southern border will be cut by a number that nobody will believe. So let me be very clear we really have no choice, but to build a powerful wall or steel barrier. If we don't get a fair deal from congress, the government either shut down on February fifteenth again, or I will use the powers afforded to me under the laws and the constitution of the United States to address this emergency. We will have great security. And I wanna thank you very much. Thank you very much. So that was the president very very clear again, identifying the problems at our borders. We will continue straight ahead..
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"WCBS wcbMcom are not necessary. Early. Those of the owners Spanish, -ment, employers, and advertisers of WCBS, but they should be. A Pat McDonald show is brought to you by rally for America. The following program has been prerecorded at this time. For. Now, more of the pack. Mcdonagh. Oh, talkradio six eighty. Worldwide wcbMcom. Okay. Welcome back. Everybody Coney Campbell. My guess, we're talking politics. Paying for a little bit county to some things counting executive position that we have lost a little story back in nineteen ninety. Norman pepper sack was the sheriff in Baltimore County and Norman had been elected two or three times a very popular scandal or controversy related to him. He's well-known and he's running for reelection in ninety eight and out of nowhere. Somebody you could remember names. Remember, those little chubby woman. He runs against him and win becomes the sheriff for Baltimore County. And we I think to other people who were like orphan's court judges or something like that. They were courthouse. They lost. And they lost. And I say to some of my friends that we had just crossed the Rubicon in Baltimore County. And there's no returning because we will not win ever. Again, a courthouse position clerk register will orphan's court charges will never win again. Because the numbers have changed so much warmer concerns, I have is counting executive level countywide because the number thirteen so much that we may have crossed the Rubicon and the Baltimore County and may be very difficult. And I say this. Howard county. We may have also I don't think we've done that. In an Rondo county. I can get into Raleigh county has a future. But we have basically Daniels Cesky not only one. And in the primary he wanted a lot of people take back between. Men what I gotta be fair about that. But it was the black vote. He got a tremendous black vote democrat primary, and then you come into the general election crowds is red ver a lot of that with the black. So there's a different there. What I call the disposition of the voting pattern. Now, I don't know exactly what happened in anaerobic county. That was the situation where? Anti trumps in arming push this guy, who who was like, totally unknown. He had never done anything. Really, Anna Rondo county. He was the democrat nominee who got the nomination because nobody else consequence wanted to run. But in in Howard county, I can understand that that county is really what I heard an Enron accounting is that the guy who was running against west, Adam. Basically showed up to the courthouse and ask for the job description of that of that office like a year before the election. Yeah. New idea what job with about? And you know because because of the voter who turned out on Tuesday in court through early voting to. I mean, here's a guy who a year ago didn't even know what the job entailed and now and now this guy elected. So if sometimes you can just unfortunately lightning in a bottle, and this guy's gonna being elected official and had no no history with the office at all. That's a disaster. What's going to happen there? But now the whole region you have mega Pugh you have Johnny. Oh, who is to the left? You have mister ball. Who is to the left? Leasing is a lot of experience. And then you have this fellow. I don't remember his name. Pittman pavement who selected the whole region is now to the so people say well, so Pat, what does that mean? It means more section eight housing. It means more immediate probably going to go up more illegal aliens. It means software on crime. It means a reflection of Baltimore City, clown like circuits like policies and Baltimore County. I don't think you pointed out earlier in the show. You said we do have a lot of conservative Democrats in this county specially on the east side and some other areas, and they're gonna be rocked and shocked by the stuff that's coming out of south. But that is where county citizen and the citizen network comes in because we're going to be telling you about that. And it's forming you about that. So in all fairness I mean, but might not sound right. But our organization our businesses concern. Well, but I think the issue here. Interesting to watch is going to be how far do they play? Doc of knowledge, you're right in Baltimore County is we lost that race against Kathy Bevin Ryan Iraqi are candidate lost that because of the turnout for the anti Trump fervor, and that would have given us the fourth and vote on the council, and the Republicans would have had majority control which would have been interesting because then you would have some stopgap. Now, you don't. Okay. Let's talk with rob. Who is in middle river. Rob good evening. You just put the word that I'm on. Now, come off as a poor sports, and I'm very good flex over. What happened? I was hoping that Brian rocky we've gotten I. Campaigned heavily for him as I did for you. I was disappointed that Christie nearly bitten. And a couple of comments. If may mental quiet, I'm just wondering, and I'm gonna work with an under vote. Oh. I agree with governor HOGAN, and I'm wondering if this wasn't a backlash. Might have been better off. How I felt with the governor. And number two weeks. I was very selfish of democratic women those two elderly winning. They wouldn't let anyone else. And we're talking about Bevan's grabbing classmate. Okay. I think so. Well, they're not going to hand it over. I can tell you that. I know. But I've just got say, I think it's so selfish. And I think of a city thing to believe in the office. Okay. Well, certainly entitled to your opinion, but I would say this in response to the rods question he brought up something we had fought about what there an under vote in reference to local offices because a lot of Republicans were not happy with Larry that we had discussed. But I didn't see that. I didn't see that. Either. One thing. I I will say that mean connected. What maybe rob larger point it began? It's about the lack of messaging, and I know for fact that Ryan walking in Christian mealy work your tails off. Agenda every every every day they were like there were like machine. By their their message message get clouded by or or basically overshadowed by the team HOGAN. Hook. That that that's the thing that that. They both. Align himself with HOGAN. They were connected at the hip. They were on all the signs, right? And I think that's what rob is talking about. They were clearly aligned with HOGAN, I can understand that his popularity in that district and his popular in the eighth district. South mar and his popularity in the Bevan's district, quite obvious. I was blocking the Kathy Devon's only on election day or the early voting, and he was quite frankly afraid was going down. She told me that he thought he was going to lose. And I talked to Ryan Iraqi father, Dave quite a bit polls. And he said telling me all the work that Orion had done like you said knocking on doors. I mean Ryan had the support from that black area over there, which is a huge voting area in his sister. He had the president of that association over there. He had her support. So it's interesting. But I just think tell you the truth rob, it was the over vote rather than. It was just an anti Trump who NAMI and the blue states all across the country that don't like Trump came out in huge numbers, and they affected and impacted local racist. And I'm telling you, Maryland and California are the two worst states in the country and the two most anti Trump states in the country. And in fact, I think Maryland is getting so bad. People are going to be leaving Maryland to go to California, bad real bad. Okay. Areas Lincoln and can island Lincoln. Good evening gentlemen on. You're getting there almost evening. Yeah. I mean, I I grew up in an roller candy. I lived there when I was five years old in nineteen sixty six. Got out of there in two thousand six Amaral candy has really going downhill in Glen Burnie. I guess. Largest population in and the county. I think it's probably around seventy eighty thousand people there and think about probably thirty percent of highway. Because you looking at three supply running everywhere. We all got backpack on their back and they walk around. But I compare near the queen's county pretty much Republican every year. For the next part? I think it's going downhill ever hear of TV 'cause he's so sure I think come a separate state now Delaware next door to us as peddling. I don't understand how all the can't eight and a half county, very he'll be half of it. All these short. We might start a movement. You know, that's a good idea. The eastern shore Harford county and county become the state of Chesapeake state. Well, didn't you have western Merle? He wanna leave to basically fake. Yeah. Three you'll have to be safe. The band on. I don't really. But I do have a lot of friends in the pardon me. Hey, you know, all the county and. And the police to five. Labor this year. As far as a lot of benefits will stop. And I think the fact that I mean. I draw conservative. People talk it out as well. Screwed them over. I don't know if that would have been enough to cause what happened to him. I think it was the anti Trump fervor because you got to remember this is interesting. They Sony said earlier this nobody knew this Pittman guy Pittman didn't even know Pittman. And he didn't even know what the hell he was running for. But he beats you fifty two to forty eight. That's a lot a lot. Standing foreign the police were very much against. I don't know. That's worth fact, but I know that that happens a lot with county from my friends in the department of family and a lot of fun. Okay. All right. That may have played a role. Okay. Thank you Lincoln. But I don't think it had anything to do with the outcome of that election and relationship is diverse just came out, and they were there. Yeah. Again. I mean when. What the what the left did with very smart thing? They knew that their candidates at the top of ticket. We're not we're not exciting. So they focus on the target is going to get people out to vote. They're focused on Trump a mess right in in in in that drove that drove, you know, twenty five percent more voters to the polls in wiped out a lot of folks who and if this was four years ago, you know, Steve probably would not have had women and kill them. In would would be reelected. Probably all the cattleman. He got hit pretty good and voting the numbers. It's all up, you know, that it's all about mathematics. It's the number. But another example is down on the eastern shore. With Trump is not that popular. I'm sorry. The opposite Trump is very popular and the governor not that popular because as his anti Trump remarks. You have a Corozzo delegate Carozza forgot her first name, Mary Beth, and and messiahs who was a. Democrat, but a moderate democrat and very popular on the eastern shore. He's a state Senator the Representative Asian city. He was the former mayor of ocean city, and he was one of the pickups. He one down there. Now, I don't know. I guess he ran a good campaign, or I I never heard any complaints about Matthias. But we thought he was one of the targets. So she had full complete support from Larry HOGAN, and there is a little bit of a lack of popularity for the governor down there because of their comfort are down there. Big time. Well, and you know, there there are other issues too. But. Yes. But I I probably spent and Craig wolf could probably will probably say to think thing crisscrossing for the last year. I probably spent ten to fifteen percent of my time defending governor HOGAN. Among Republic Republicans. Is that right? Yeah. They were western Maryland with the fracking racking second amendment all. Yeah. The governor's saying do you want being jealous? Then if you if you don't want then go suck it up and over. Yeah. I'm here all the time. Right. We gotta take a break. We'll be right back.
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"WCBS. radio six eighty WCBS. This in from Patricia Patty an apples. She says Bruce think to calm all the nerves about the wall. We shouldn't call it a wall. That's scary. And it seems sending it may divide us. We should we named the wall and emotional support barrier. That's classic. I love it. I will use that from this point forward. Yes. The the emotional support barrier. The ESP. I think it's wonderful. That's that's what we're talking about. Putting an ESP. Solid steel ESP. And this dominant Perkin, Bruce, please ask of your listeners who tweet please tweet. Our president asking them to start tweeting pictures of the homes of any Democrats who have their home secured with walls. Reaches. Millions can start that conversation to hopefully, reach many more who only listened to the mainstream media actually done as enchanting as that sounds. I would not welcome that because there are loons out there as some Republicans have found out when for example. You had crowds show up inside Tucker, Carlson's, home and harangue his home damage this car faces house. Bluntly, don't want that kind of behavior in our politics at all. And I'm afraid that the president posting pictures of Nancy Pelosi's house, which has a rather substantial wall or Brock Obama's house, which has a roughing ten foot wall around it. That was simply courage people to go in this behave Stevens Parkfield, he's up next on talk radio. Good morning. Steve. How are you? Good morning. First off like a show one question. Maybe I've been here late. But I curious why this meeting that they had downtown in the city for the police Commissioner light had photo ID to get into that mandatory. You don't have to have a photo ID to vote because it's discriminatory. There you go making sense against eve. We really you can't do that. That's just not fair. They were real adamant about making sure you had a photo ID to get in. Yeah. Why why would that not be an equally discriminating as as telling people if you if you want to vote we actually have to make sure you are you that seems to be a really rational point of view. But of course, we all know that's racist. I think that's only on the conservative side and be rational go. Yes. Exactly. Thanks very much for your call us, even pointing out the inconsistencies in our world. There are many, and we could do probably six hours on just pointing of those kinds of inconsistencies. I think it's stunning that we have a city where and look I mean, I can't remember the name of the emailer. Who emailed? He's right. I was mistaken. There have been at least six individuals from the riots around, Freddie, gray, six of them who had to pay the price. And I suspect that's a huge percentage of all the writers six of them. Steve, thanks for your call. Bruce Elliott show WTVN.