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Rapper DMX Dies At Age 50 In New York After Suffering Heart Attack
"Continue to pour in for rap icon and Westchester resident DMX. Who died at the age of 50 on Friday. Here's WBC surly Kessler. Hip hop legend DMX born Earl Simmons died in White Plains Hospital after being on life support for a week he'd suffered a massive heart attack, reportedly linked to a drug overdose fan stood vigil outside the hospital. He's one off log greatest rappers of all time. DMX was also an actor who starred in multiple movies. He leaves 15 Children.
Grammy-nominated rapper DMX dead at age 50
"Rapper DMX Dead at the age of 50 rap artist whose real name is Earl Simmons had been on life support since last week after an apparent drug overdose, and after he suffered a heart attack fans had been attending vigils outside the White Plains Hospital. He's one off log greatest rappers of all time. He's one of my favorites. TMZ reported Thursday that a new round of tests didn't reveal brain function. DMX have been battling drug addiction for years, his family said. Earl was a warrior until the end.
DMX, rapper and actor, dies at 50
"And Mount Vernon native DMX has died at the age of 50 years. WBC Sara Lee Kessler. Hip hop legend DMX born Earl Simmons died in White Plains Hospital today after being on life support for a week he'd suffered a massive heart attack, reportedly linked to a drug overdose fan stood vigil outside the hospital. He's one off log greatest rappers of all time. DMX was also an actor who starred in multiple movies. He leaves 15 Children. I'm Sara Lee Kessler
DMX dies at 50
"Of 50. Rap artist whose real name is Earl Simmons had been on life support since last week after an apparent drug overdose, and after he suffered a heart attack fans had been attending vigils outside the White Plains Hospital. He's one of log greatest rappers of all time. He's one of my favorites. DMX have been battling drug addiction for years, his family said. Earl was a warrior until the end. Lisa G. NBC NEWS Radio New York Whole hikes go into effect at Mt. A
Rapper-actor DMX dies at 50
"Has died. He had a heart attack last Friday and passed away today in White Plains, New York He was 50 years old NPR's Andrew Lyne Bongo reports, Cmx left a lasting impact on his fans and on music. There was a gruff intensity to DMX is voice Oh, No, because I love DMX blew up with his debut in 1998 album. It's dark and Hell is hot. It's a grim record about violence and sin and salvation. It went multiplatinum ex would continue that streak through the early two thousands while also acting in movies like Belly and Cradle to the Grave. He also openly struggled with an addiction to crack cocaine and did multiple stints in prison. But he kept working kept performing always with his signature rasp. Angelyne Bond NPR news This is NPR. This is not
The Latest News on Dmx
"Is in the hospital Hospitalized on april second to treat a heart attack following a drug overdose. he's in white plains has right now During the day to day a daytime vigil outside the hospital is on april fifth And yeah like the past weekend. Basically max has been a life support critical condition vegetative state. We've yeah we've been just. There's a lot of wishing for diem to make it. That's been happening over the last couple of days
Family of DMX holds vigil outside New York hospital
"Well dan mx his family friends beyond say kids fans. Everybody has turned out. They actually announced it was going to be a prayer vigil outside the white plains. Hospital in new york and hundreds of people showed up to pray for d. Mx that was amazing. Did ya see the video. People outside a lot of prayers for them. Ex-man prefre that brothers harder. You would prefer you because you know he would. Dan max pray anyway anytime for anybody so fast. That energy should be given back to Mr earl simmons right now All right well m. mx as you know has been in the hospital. Since friday night. He had a heart attack. They are saying that overdose friday night and they did try to resuscitate him to keep him alive but they said he was left without oxygen to his brain for nearly thirty minutes which resulted in very little brain activity. That we are praying for a miracle.
Prayer Vigil Held Outside New York Hospital for Rapper DMX
"Of a hospital in White Plains, New York of Vigil is held for rapper DMX, whose on life support family publicists, Angelo Ellerbee tells the little woman Move him up. We don't praise the Lord. Wait, get the gift to him. DMX, whose real name is Earl Simmons suffered a heart attack on Friday night.
Family, Supporters Hold Vigil for Hospitalised Rapper DMX
"A vigil this afternoon and White Plains, New York, outside the hospital, where rapper DMX remains on life Support family published lists. Angelo Ellerbee rallied supporters. Him up. We're gonna place the loathe way. Don't get the kids to him and DMX, whose real name is Earl Simmons had a heart attack on Friday night. He has a history of substance abuse and the NC
Vigil held outside NYC area hospital for rap star DMX
"There was a vigil in New York City for an ailing rap star it is doubtful that DMX could hear family members and fans who chanted his name outside a hospital in the New York City suburb of White Plains he is in the intensive care unit where he's been since Friday when he was a minute his attorney says the rap star an actor is in intensive care and is on life support after suffering a heart attack the reports out there that a drug overdose had led to the heart attack but those reports have not been confirmed during the vigil a speaker crossed his arms in the shape of an ex and urged the crowd to do the same and as a loudspeaker blared the rapper's music a woman sobs could be clearly heard I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Prayer vigil planned for stricken rapper DMX
"DMX remains hospitalized after suffering a heart attack and falling into a coma his family by his side. In a statement, they announced a prayer vigil will take place outside the hospital. A publicist released the message which addressed his condition. Read on Friday nights are Brother Son, Father and colleague DMX Birth name is Earl Simmons was admitted to White Plains Hospital. New York is facing serious health issues. In another statement, They added that DMX remained in a coma and was on a ventilator. Simmons lawyer said the rapper was admitted to the hospital after going into cardiac around boxes. Michelle Pelino, the lawyer, did not confirm reports of a possible drug overdose. Simmons is 50. At least the
Prayer Vigil Planned for Stricken Rapper Dmx
"Rap star DMX fights for his life in a white Plains, New York hospital, His family and fans are planning to gather for a vigil outside tonight. The 50 year old whose real name is Earl Simmons, has been hospitalized since Friday after suffering a heart attack. A statement from his family says. He's in a coma and on a ventilator. DMX, his longtime lawyer. Murray Richmond would not confirm reports he suffered a drug overdose. The wrappers been around since the late nineties, when his first studio album, titled It's Dark, and Hell is Hot. Debuted at Number one. Derek Dennis, ABC NEWS New YORK This is ABC News.
Prayer Vigil For Rapper DMX Set For Monday Outside White Plains, New York Hospital
"A prayer vigil is planned outside the suburban New York hospital where rapper DMX rains on life support following a heart attack. The family of the rapper says in an email that the vigil will be held outside the White Plains Hospital at five p.m. Monday. The families has DMX remains in a coma and is on a ventilator as of Sunday evening,
Rapper DMX on life support after heart attack, lawyer says
"I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker rapper rapper DMX's DMX's on on life life support support at at a a hospital hospital in in White White Plains Plains New New York York after after suffering suffering a a heart heart attack attack according according to to his his lawyer lawyer DMX's DMX's known known for for hits hits like like the the ruff ruff Ryders Ryders anthem anthem and and party party up up his his attorney attorney Murray Murray Richman Richman says says he he could could not not confirm confirm reports reports it it was was a a drug drug overdose overdose he he says says DMX's DMX's real real name name is is Earl Earl Simmons Simmons he's he's a a tremendous tremendous person person entertainer entertainer and and human human being being and and not not the the run run of of the the mill mill rapper rapper a a person person of of great great depth depth DMX DMX was was also also an an actor actor appearing appearing in in Romeo Romeo must must die die exit exit wounds wounds and and other other films films over over the the years years he he battled battled with with substance substance abuse abuse and and went went through through rehab rehab two two years years ago ago I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker
Rapper DMX on life support after heart attack, lawyer says
"Is long time in New York based lawyer Murray Richmond says the rapper was on life support last night at a White Plains hospital at White Plains Hospital. Richmond says the artist had a heart attack. He said he could not confirm reports. DMX overdosed on drugs and was not sure what caused the heart attack. DMX made a splash and rap music in 1998 with his first studio album. It's Dark and Hell is Hot, which debuted at Number one on the Billboard 200 chart.
DMX remains on life support after heart attack, lawyer says
"And the rapper DMX is reported to be on life support at a hospital in White Plains, New York, His longtime lawyer says he suffered a heart attack on
DMX is removed from life support, breathing on his own: 'Still not out of the woods yet'
"Rapper DMX, who has battled substance abuse over many years is that White Plains Hospital the musician, real name, Earl Simmons reportedly suffered a heart attack in his home around 11 o'clock Friday night. Simmons, reportedly on life support. His attorney, Murray Richman, who is very close to this family spoke to WNBC TV. Pray for him Hell for him. I hope he's going to
New York Man Seen Photographing a Senate Desk Charged in Washington DC Capitol Riot
"Seen in a video photography photographing papers on a desk in the U. S Senate chamber during the January 6th siege of the capital, has been charged and freed on bail. Christopher Patrick Moynahan was arrested Thursday and freed on Friday after an appearance in White Plains Federal court court papers say morning and can be heard speaking disparagingly about senators as he rifles through congressional papers and a criminal complaint and FBI agents and a former co worker of Monahan. Identified the 30 Year old Salt Point resident in Dutchess County after seeing him in a video last month. His lawyer declined to comment.
"white plains" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Intermediate Crew down 2/10 of 1% 40 22 a barrel again recapping equities higher Friday rally underway with the S and P up 34 up 1.1% I'm Charlie Collins. That is a Bloomberg business Flash. All right, Charlie, Thanks so much. We will be checking in with you throughout the afternoon, keeping track of what's going into the markets and the business headlines. Let's set the business week agenda now, because as we try and unpack some of what Charlie was just talking about, we gotta understand. What traders are thinking, and some of the contours of this market got the perfect team assembled. Vincent Signorelli, global macro strategist for Bloomberg, He turns on the phone from White Plains, and Dave Wilson, our stocks editor, author, the chart and the stock of the day. He joins us from the great State of New Jersey. Vince, I want to start with you because As I look at the Bloomberg and try and parse this out a little bit. I take what Charlie said about what's going on in the week year today, SNP looking flattish, but I go back. I used my Bloomberg percent change from a year ago. NASDAQ Up 30 for almost 35% SNP up 10%. Even the Dow Is up marginally over 12 months. What's the mindset of a traitor right now? Well, I mean, traders really get trying to juggle the three big things that are going on one of them. One of those things was taken away yesterday. The divisive presidential election. They feel pretty good. Now that McConnell on the Republicans are going to stand up for the results of the election. Should the president lose and not have that situation? Where we would have a not transfer of power. If you will. For the first time ever in this country, the two things that do still room are the virus rebound. And, of course, the stimulus and when you look at the two, they're more concerned about stimulus in the breakdown of the virus. As long as it doesn't bring another lock down. They feel that the economy can handle a second virus, as long as it's not a really big breakout and that it's sort of contained, But the lack of stimulus will absolutely disrupted market from the doubt that money if you look at it Real income if you look at food prices, but you look a CPR. You have the two things working against consumers. Higher prices will be lower earnings and that come by combination if it isn't fixed. Is going to make the fourth quarter and ugly one. They're not gonna have that be shaped recovery of consumers are spending money. You know, I did a discussion with CEOs earlier today. Danny Blanchflower, who's going to be one of our guests later on, he was on it. And he said every answer to almost every question you can start with. It depends. You know, in terms of how things were going to be? Well, it depends. Do we get stimulus? Do we have a vaccine? Do we have this? Do we have that? I mean, that's you know, kind of where we are. John and Stimulus. You know, people were engaged because they're going to start talking again. We're even farther apart now than they were before because bill that Pelosi's asked Democrats to put together 2.4 Children. They've already rejected the Republicans. That is 2.2 so hard to believe they're going to compromise and say 02 points was better one to point to the right. So that doesn't feel like that. Doesn't worry me as a surprise over this weekend that something's going to happen. I hope I'm proven wrong. But it just doesn't seem to be the case. And folks like Danny Blanchflower thinkyou need millions and millions and millions more. I mean to really make a difference. They come on in talk to us about the trade today really looks like one of those days when the big tech companies are leading the way go through the 11 main industry groups in the S and P 500 cc technologies at the forefront of the gays. You look at the big detected isn't in that group. You know, Facebook, Google Zone or Alphabet Amazon. They're all higher and actually, the only group that's down The day is energy, So that's certainly an area. The market has been weak for a while. You know what jumped out there? Just looking at Exxon Mobil. So was pointing out. Exxon's been down and it's actually up today, which is interesting. There was down 18 out of 19 days or would be if it was lower today. I mean, you haven't seen a streak like that in seven years, so it just goes to show you how barely those shares of being beaten up. So give us a quick teas for the chart of the day. They Wilson. All right, Well, here's the thing. If you're looking at a couple of indicators, you might have known that U. S stocks of peak before the indexes actually showed it. Good cheese. Hey, and listen, Vince just real quickly. You had a great thing about consumers. We know they're so important to the economy, man. If we don't get stimulus, a bunch of consumers are going not not spend any more. Yeah, And, you know, I know people have been talking about savings are being elevated. But economists will tell you traditionally a temporary tax cut or this similar cycle thing, which is stimulus. People save they don't spend because they know what's going away on in this situation that savings way will, Powell said earlier is going to decline and declining decline if further income isn't coming, because they're going to need to use that, obviously to feed themselves. Yeah, all right Fences signal. We always appreciate it, keeping us honest about everything that's being said on the street Help. You have a nice tequila, Scotch gin with whatever is on the menu for you. They're in White Plains. This afternoon's we get court or perhaps all of the above all the above that kind of weak global macro for Bloomberg. On the phone from White Plains. A contributor to the macro Squawk desk. That's real time curating news audio stream directly through your terminal. Check it out at schooI Co. On your launch pad. Our thanks as well to Dave Wilson stuff will be back with that chart of the day. So I feel like we've got a mix of the old and the new Today we're going to talk real estate bills has been around forever Labor economics, and then we'll talk some satellites and we've got this really cool musician. I was watching something. On YouTube. He's figured out how to really monetized content creation for others. He is a cool guy. He's somebody that we want to sit down with the politic. Yeah. There you go. You know, it's great that all your horse of ice tea, whatever whatever. It's good, that all you know that your YouTube ing is finally coming in handy and that you're just constantly like like the kids are doing these days. Just watching the YouTube videos that tic tac all of it. But we're on YouTube point, you two You should be looking at you right now. Yeah, All right, let's do the Bloomberg BusinessWeek bite of the day. I really like this one. Carol. It's wonderful tells the slot. Today's number $316 million. It's a bit of a call back to a story that we're talking about a little bit earlier this week. Ah bet on magic mushrooms made one investor. That's right. $316 million richer. Christian anger. Mayer spent years convincing skeptical investors of the promise of psychedelic substances to treat mental illness. His efforts paid off this week to the tune of 316 Million. That's how much the 40 Year olds stake of about 22% encompass pathways. Is worth the company shares more than doubled. In today's followed typo on September 18th and No folks, We're not taking mushrooms right now and telling you that that is the truth. What did that need to be said was pretty wild. I know. I'm just saying, that's all. Oh, I see what you're saying. Keep up. Come on, Keep up. Okay. Okay. I got it. Yeah, maybe I do need to expand my gun or just get some sleep of our just get some sleep. All right, let's get to Nancy head. She's got world national headlines. Hey, Jason. The late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is breaking one last barrier..
"white plains" Discussed on 710 WOR
"White Plains Hospital Exceptional Everyday, a member of the Mount of your health system challenges can boot with your W are forecast from the weather Channel Hot human out here again. Today. Mix of clouds and sun stray storm possible later on this afternoon, mid nineties with the heat and accept over 100 Mid seventies tonight. Hot human again tomorrow Mix of clouds and sun Lower nineties, currently 83 at Wooo. That's Our news. Next news. 9 30 Breaking news at once. I'm Noam Laden on 17 W. O R an NBC News radio station up Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning on the Voice of New York, 7 10 W. R. Good morning. Everyone is gonna be a hot one is gonna feel like 100 degrees. So try to stay cool. If you can. Our big three stories this morning. Did you know it's phase for today in New York City? Well. Other zoos opening pretty much resembles Phase three. There's no indoor dining malls remain closed. So here we go again. No, no real change, but Knock yourself out of the zoo, Also in the Big three. Tough story out of North Brunswick, New Jersey, The 20 year old son of a federal judge was murdered in his home in the husband of the judge, Esther Solace, was also shot. He's in critical but stable condition. The shooter showed up in their home posed as an a za FedEx driver. Pump bullets into the two that the judge is fine. And then the guy escaped. So clearly it was some kind of a hit. We think and I would love to know the motive and rounding out the Big three. Well, the president's interview with Chris Wallace on Fox. What a surprise. He took lots of shots that Joe Biden and he will not commit. Trump will not commit to accepting the election results if he loses..
"white plains" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"Marched another few miles up the road from new rochelle to moronic connect and pause there for another four days by the time the british in heaven's finally started moving again the continental army had had almost almost a week to occupy entrench its defenses at white plains making a direct assault inadvisable washington had position the continental that aligns between the bronx river on his right and a smaller creek and marshy area to the left making a british flanking attack on his lines much more the difficult while the dow fourteen thousand british and hessian forces could have taken the continentals how feared another bunker hill level level of casualties. How second in command general clinton who have been urging faster movement along also agreed that a direct assault sold at this point would be a mistake instead general how stopped again and waited for a better opportunity to engage the continentals general clinton led the british contingent and knipe house and led the hashes. The combined force moved to occupy the high ground at chatterton tannehill. This was right across the bronx river but will give the british the high ground overlooking the continental right flank from their the british british could use artillery to drive the americans from the field on october twenty eighth. They attempted to occupy chatterton hill as soon as washington to learn that the british were crossing the bronx river. He realized that chatterton hill was the obvious goal. He sent general alexander mcdougall. Who <unk> who you may recall from many episodes back had been one of the sons of liberty troublemakers in new york city now as a general he would support the few militia units already on the hill other deployed officers included major benjamin talmadge who will become important in future episodes an captain alexander hamilton's artillery this combined force would try to deny the hill to the enemy the continentals i deployed loyd a few companies as a delaying action to slow the british inheritance from crossing the bronx river and approaching the hill. This gave general mcdougal talk to get his soldiers onto the hill itself. The hashes led a few tentative assaults on the hill but were driven back each time the british eventually sleet decided they needed to launch an all out coordinated assault on the hill using four thousand troops they organized the attack and three prongs folks colonel raw would lead the charge up the hill on the american right another hessian colonel carl von don up. Let a second charge charge against the center and british general alexander leslie would lead the british regulars against the american left flank colonel johan unrolls aggressive assault ended up scattering the militia on the american right flank row had been one of those newly arrived in america hessian reinforcements percents a few months later he would find himself in charge of the trenton outpost during christmas after roll scattered the militia he was able to push into the american center on chatterton hill. The americans did not panic this time colonel. John has led stellar regiment which had been one of the few to stand and fight at the battle of long island stood and fought once again on chatterton hill providing covering fire for for the rest of the americans to retreat house. Let's regiment then maintained its own orderly retreat off the hill giving way to the superior british and hessian assault while keeping their lines in good order the fighting on chatterton hill cost the british inhibitions about two hundred casualties while the americans lost about one hundred and seventy-five since this was just part of the overall battle of white plains casualty estimates are not very precise but basically it was close to a draw in terms of casualties. The british took the hill which gives them victory. They then entrenched themselves and prepared for a final assault on the main american lines but how again was still not interested in an aggressive attack. After capturing capturing chatterton hill the two armies spent the rest of the day mostly lobbing artillery shells at each other without much impact with british artillery now able to destroy the continental right flank the british could have launched a final assault and crushed the continental line instead how did what he normally did gave washington a chance to realize that his position was untenable and that he should retreat from the field bob how reinforced his position on chatterton hill and maintain his lines directly facing the american lines but did not advance the two armies stood there and looked at each other for another two days as the americans awaited the final assault that never came on october thirtieth general lord percy arrived from new york city with seven more regiments of haitians. Even with additional forces the british still did not attack according to how he had planned to attack on the thirty first but did not do so because of a terrible rainstorm washington winton finally decided that the continental army should retreat north on november first before dawn the continentals began to pull out and march north worth the continuing rain gave cover to the retreat how did not bother to pursue or harassed the retreating continental army at first the continentals move back about five miles to north castle heights were they would be in a better position to resist a british attack but the british. I never bothered to pursue them. General how kept the british and hessen soldiers in camp for several more days finally abandoning white plains and retreating south washington realizing he would not have to occupy the favorable ground for a battle continued his retreat north at peekskill. He took his army across the hudson river into new jersey with washington's retreat. The only continental occupation on manhattan hat nyland remained the stronghold at fort washington next week. General hal will turn his attention to the capture of fort washington and making his control of manhattan complete. Hi thanks for joining the american revolution podcast after show. I want to thank the continued support of liberty and co a member of the robert morris circle on patron tyler france who runs liberty and co <music> sells a wide range of revolution and constitution related items. Yes some great t shirts with logos related to the nation's founding such says a seventeen seventy five militia shirt one with the poultry flag on it even the familiar join or die logo that i love to use for my podcast. If you're looking for ways to show your love of the american revolution a t shirt from liberty and co might just be what you need tyler also donates a portion of his prophets to the museum of the american revolution and on top of that you can.
"white plains" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"It's like this nine minutes seem he dishes her for, for Jim Yankees. And it plays continuously. It was a really tricky thing to shoot. It looks very simple. But it was really kind of hard to, to pull off in the two of them are just wonderful in the scene in the end of that scene in episode two actually had about thirty more seconds that we didn't use. And so it was a really cool thirty seconds that we wanted to really poignant where they basically look into the future together and say, I'm really nervous. And so am I and Sam Watson in his book, ends his book with that exact part, which is how it made it into our little audition scene, which nobody was present for, but, you know, we sort of use that and then and Levinson wrote this really, you know, kick ass scene. And so we thought it would be really powerful potentially. If we could go on reverse chronological order from his point of view, and her point of view all of the things you see are two shots there. All the two of them together. And we watched them go from their from their oldest moment in their last moments to their earliest, and then we get to extend past what we know as an audience existed and give you this little thing of, like that's that's from that scene. You know, we just thought that could be really satisfying. And with the two of them are doing, and that should be shown to students everywhere, you know, what Sam says without uttering a word is remarkable. He says everything with his is in the longing of that, and the work that she's doing there and just to the end everything's gonna be fine Bobby, and then you see a moment when she realizes it's not. And all I can do is try to coach that, like you can't teach what the two of them have my job is trying to create an environment where they can do work, and feel as free and safe as possible, and that was the very last thing we shot, and it was about thirty five degrees, and we're in White Plains, and we were on the sidewalk, and it was midnight, one of our very like few nights shoots. We, we had long days for. Sure. But we usually didn't. Shoot in the evening at a member being out there. And that crew was so dedicated and so, so ready for whatever, and they knew they needed to be there for this for this moment in, in any way in the fact that we on our schedule had the last moment of their life as the last thing we shot with them is not usually how these things happen. But we have, you know, we have smart producers Erica Kane and Deanna are who built the schedule allowed that to be the last moment. And I think it, it gave a great sense of poignancy to, to that. And I think you feel it in those performances and how do you consider doing something more theatrical more all that jazz, e not really because he made such a stylized gesture for his own death. It felt like we wanted to be on the cement with them, and then and use the convention of film and television of being able to cut and go back and remember together as a way to move through time. And so we really we liked staying with them, you know, in that very quotidian moment. And then, you know, those. There's like a little kind of epilogue of our show. That's, that's after that breath. Yeah. Like a button to it. But no, I think we, you know, there was that's not true. Actually, now that I go back into my Swiss cheese brain. There was a moment when we were talking about maybe ending with a big musical number, probably we kicked it around for like a month or two. And then it became apparent while we were already shooting the first couple three episodes. So in the fall that no, let's, let's go back and just be on the cement and be on the sidewalk and be and be with him on that day..
"white plains" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Totally agree with you. I appreciate your patience and forgive me for that that the mess up on the clock there. Listen, let's go to Russell in White Plains New York, Russell thank you for waiting. How you doing Warren? Rick. My grandfather, Jack, Mormon freemason and have a great great. Grandfather was in the Mormon church of present the Mormon suffered greatly in this country. And as far as Quakers are concerned around here in White Plains. They wanted to stay with Britain during the revolutionary war in all your property was taken from them. So Christianity, you know, cuts in a lot of direction in this country. But I really wanted to tell you one thing I fear more when I'm driving around for my fellow Americans in their growing recklessness. Then the illegal immigrants in here. Do you know what I'm saying? No, clear explained to me what you mean. You drive, right Rick. I'm you drive on the roads here. Oh, sure. Well, you know, I'm sixty two years old. I'm not too. Sure. How old you are? But ever since he's electric games have been coming out here. Every year the drivers who are her coming on the road act like during electric games they dark in and out in the most dangerous passion, and they justified by saying, well, if I didn't get in an accident on driving. Okay. And the enforcement is very lax it could be done easily because every single one of these cars can be tracked on GPS and your insurance could be calculated. According to the risk you take. But that's besides. But I called you about Rick. I'm I don't wanna get off track with that. It's okay with you know, I've actually had my car or truck running into. By somebody that was on their phone. They were walking back at the time. Exactly. And sometimes they don't have to be on the phone. But my point is that, you know, I I know a lot of people who are immigrants illegal, otherwise they try and keep their heads down. They don't wanna be noticed. They're not going to go down to a polling place and trying vote. The people who are really dangerous are the Americans who say because I pay my insurance. I can drive any way I want Matt. I would I would say this. American citizens, obviously, you're gonna have more problems with because there's more of them. I mean, just that goes with the territory. Great. But the fact that we have more to fear from each other than we do by legal aliens is no excuse to have open borders. Well, there are many more of us around in and I do have more fear of them. But could I just ask you one thing about, you know, social conformism in the end up sacrificing liberty for security because you brought that up. Well, who's waiting on? Can I mentioned something about your absolute, you know, the liberty of all of us is not always extended stay here in New York. We had stop and frisk where basically every man of color under a certain age was stopped. And and Bloomberg had the police searching for guns now that didn't happen to me because I wasn't in that category. But I suffered because the resentment plumbing heating and really there was no purpose in that. They didn't get any more guns off the street. And and another case is when you I remember when you used to go on the greyhound or Amtrak, you didn't need to produce an idea to buy a ticket. You know, what I mean, actually, if I can because I know you New York, quite well, actually, my old roommate we used to flip houses Joseph Jeffrey Missouri's from white white exterior. You did what you go houses here. We flipped houses council. Great Jeffrey massery was his name. But actually, they did get quite a few guns off the street as a matter of fact that was the point of contention when they were trying to get rid of it. So I mean, it depends on white Kamran, and we all have camps. You know? I mean, it just that's human nature camp. We all we all seem to be now is emptying the prisons because we thought locking every drug. I was a good idea. And now everyone realizes sacrificing their liberty for our security was a big mistake. But let me just say one thing because you talked about China can I go back to China. Sure. And it seemed like you criticize China, and I studied China a little bit youngest amateur. But I just wanted to doesn't our US military require citizens here to forget their individuality for the sake of the greater go to the military. That's not analogous to what I was saying you're talking about the armed forces and a. Consequence of joining the armed forces is that you shed individualism to a degree in order to be part of a fighting force. Well, they shed that individuality to to recapture which was exploited for a hundred years losing. And and one thing about Trump is that when he Trump admitted that the US has motivated by Johnston money does that make him the leader of the greatest mercenary army in the history of the world say that again. Do you? Remember, Trump said we gotta get two hundred and ten billion dollars from Saudi because it's jobs, and he's honest. That's what I like Trump. He makes me laugh, and he's honest, and if the Democrats don't put a Bernie, I'm both Trump and twenty twenty but but when Trump admitted that the US is motivated by jobs and money, honestly, doesn't that make him the leader of the largest mercenary army in the world. Well, if you're going to play semantics than yes, I I would imagine. But it is true. It's absolutely true. But I've yet to get an example as the previous caller said, John excuse me, not John Russell, you know, he said, we've you know, we've already lost. It's already a socialist state. We gave up our liberty for perceived security, and I'm trying to think what I've given up four perceived security. I don't know. I mean, I have that argument on a on a regular basis. People will call it's all over with tip your waitress drive, safely going home. We're we've gone to a socialist nation. Well, we haven't yet. But we're pretty close. In as far as individual liberty. I don't know what what I'd given up in the way of individual liberty for the the perceived security. I I've yet to get an example for that. So if you come up.
"white plains" Discussed on The Art of Manliness
"No other Valley Forge articles or books before. And maybe we can talk about that later. But I just thought that was a that was a nice aside that we got this French-Speaking kid to go to our workforce. So I think for people to understand Valley Forge in its importance yet understand what was going on with the war leading up to it. So what point did you take up the story? We pick it up in August of seventeen seventy seven with George Washington marching the continental army through down market street in Philadelphia show force a back up a little bit. What had happened previous to where we begin to book Washington as as you probably know he was a compromise candidate for the commander in chief of the continental army all of New England firebrands John Adams Sam Adams, James Lavelle. They knew that if they were going to take on the most powerful powerful empire in the world. They needed Virginia. The former colony Virginia. Now, the state of Virginia in the fault. It was the most populous state was the largest state. It was a richest state. So as a compromise. They plucked George Washington who had. Been a successful militia commander fighting alongside the British during the French and Indian war, and they made him commander and chief now this pissed off a lot of people and John Adams was never really sold on George Washington. Fact, he quipped the only reasons commander in chief is because he's tallest man in any room, he walks. So when Washington drove in seventy six when Washington drove the British out of Boston feather in his cap. But then things started to go wrong. He lost New York. The battle Brooklyn heights the battle White Plains the battle of Harlem heights, and he was basically just driven out of New York this tail between his legs and the whispers about Washington in Philadelphia where the continental congress was meeting. They started to get a little bit louder with then Washington quelled that with this apprise attack in seventy seven seventy six on Trenton in the mop up duty at Princeton that kinda bought him some time, but. Come what they call back, then the fighting season of seventeen seventy seven when general how commander of all British forces in the United States. He was the one who driven Washington out of New York. He and his brother Lord, Richard. How who was in charge of the Royal Navy? They decided to make their move on Philadelphia. Which was of course, the nascent capital of the United States and throughout that late summer early full campaign general how flummoxed Washington general Washington at every single turn. There was the battle of brandy. One creek where Washington chose a spot on a creek that was more like a river try to turn back the British from capturing Philadelphia. And instead general how ran an all night flanking maneuver, and he came back Hume's came back around behind Washington. And if only for the the covering movements of two of Washington's homegrown generals, Nathaniel Greene from Rhode Island and Pennsylvania's own Anthony way later became known as mad talk. If it was. Int- for they're covering movement. Almost Seidel the continental army would have been annihilated or captured so ten days after brandy. One creek Washington has sent general Wayne with a brigade of American soldiers shadow the British as they move towards Philadelphia. Maybe you can come. You can relate a me another place where we can attack them. But we made the mistake of staying one night too long and this plateau in the township of Paoli Pennsylvania not far by the way for valley. Forge how got wind of Wayne where he was local Tories led him there, and he ordered a midnight, bayonet attack on Wayne's sleeping, soldiers and. General he put in charge. No, Flint grey. They called him. General Charles clay, gray, G, R E Y. He had ordered his soldiers. A reason got the nickname. No, Flint, take your flit locks out of your Brown. Best muskets strictly bayonets and be no-quarter over two hundred Americans were massacred it became known as the Paoli Bhaskar massacred in their tents in their sleep. And then finally shortly after that when Washington tried one last ditch effort to take back Philadelphia at what became known as the battle of Germantown..
"white plains" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"In White Plains New York on black Friday. The refrigerator section absolutely empty. The inside. This is a great story from CNBC the inside of Sears at the Galleria White Plains mall on black Friday. They're mostly the same as it has for the past few years yellow tags highlighted door. Buster sales rose of washers and dryers stood gleaming sparkling. Christmas ornaments were on display, but the glaring omission at seven AM an hour after opening where the shoppers is place. Looks like a ghost town noted Brandon work, then made the trip to White Plains to series in White Plains from the Bronx that looks like it goes, it's a waste to even come out. They're not really changing the prices. He has a thick Bronx accent. He's nice from the Bronx. But he came via Texas. I see okay. Get such cures. That fast says I saw the frogs. I realize that made a choice who is the reporter. Who said I am going to do like a like, let's go to white flame about like Lauren her shears on black Friday. And how no one's there. I'm going to. Here's a picture of genius. The Sears stores wearing buyers are waiting to get in payment. There's there's one person. But I think she's the one taking the picture. That that is. This is a high. We shouldn't gloat. No shouldn't gloat just the kind of craftsmanship. You know, what I'm going to send a reporter to Sears on black Friday White plains, Bob, you've got the sad trombone store. Yes. You just you just send someone who can really? Look at the craftsman tool sets just waiting to fly off the shelves. If anybody would just smart that advertise it as no waiting no-go waiting, right? No. So cyber Monday was as a phrase was invented in thanksgiving two thousand five it's that's because when the internet for started, right? Yeah. I think Regis Philbin coined the term. Actually. That's right. There is there's the Christmas tree. Lauren. We've just walked around with their camera phone trying to find shopper nays. Here's another section with. No people. Oh my God. This actually is kind of sad. I mean, why you said the Sears no good though. That's a that's a down jacket for dollars for a doorbuster. That's ten dollars for down jacket. Dalzell still going on a good White Plains. Go to China or you. But you know, it's funny because didn't Jeff Bezos this week say that someday Amazon will be failed. We'll go away. And and it does it happens. This is what happens seals Sears was the Amazon of the turn of the last century. I was in Chicago recently, and we took one of those architecture boat tours, and one of the highlights of it was this massive complex on the Chicago river that was built for Montgomery ward by by the Montgomery ward. And that is a fascinating story because they that mail order retail dominated it had huge impacts in society because there were people who weren't allowed in stores, especially African Americans who could order products on the Sears count or the Montgomery ward. And then later the Sears catalogs, all of course, Montgomery ward. It's out of business. There's dot com companies and all those buildings, but it's these enormous buildings built on the side of the Chicago river, huge one of the largest buildings in square footage ever built at the time. And for a company that people below a certain age don't even know the name because it went out of business Gummer warns the nineties, I think my call it monkey monkey awards. Yeah. Sure. And those days are over a certain age. Yes. Yeah. First internet was the railroad and the post, you know, right? Yeah. And then they and then they got the rail barons, and they had to do legislation to break them up..
"white plains" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast
"I would say yeah. But for like e CW it's perfect like it looks. They could small enough that you could run it, but it was big enough that at the time it was an upgrade from the elks lodge. Oh yeah. And the EC w arena. And it kind of like just visually is like, wow, look at how much this company is growing, but and there was all this talk when he CW is running the county center. They were doing TNN TV taping says like three weeks TV or something, but all the and it was the holidays. But there was all this talk that this was going to be the new EC w arena that Holly everybody knew that Heyman lived around here. So they were like this. The county center is going to be the spot where he CW runs. They're going to be here every month. It's going to be amazing and all of us at the time. All this wrestling fans are easy WBZ's because we're more or less the same age. And I mean the show, of course, Paul Heyman cuts the promo. He was very fired up. He was very excited to be doing this. I think it was too excited. Yes, got too comfortable. And before you knew it, some profanity slipped things were said and the county center which is run by the city of White Plains, not happy, and they're also fights happening on never forget. Like I spent all my money and got floor seats now. Front row, but floor seats and right behind me. Like, you know, these guys are like there'd been super obnoxious and they're behind and they're yelling Babo, blah. And we just had it all night and there's this one guy who's sitting right behind us and he's just this like really quite guy. He's got glasses. I'm a kid. He's an, he's like an adult, but he's like young. I mean, he's probably younger than we are nice, probably twenty. But when I'm whatever, however, old I was fifteen or whatever. He's an adult, but he's he's says, young guys, guys glasses on and he's blind and he's just sort of you couldn't pick him out of a lineup. You know what I mean? Just blended in completely and just something caught him the wrong way. And he had this look on, never forget. They must've yelled something because I remember looking back at him and he goes. And he takes his glasses off any puts him in his pocket, and he looks at his beer and he just throws it behind him right at the guys knowing we're gonna fight now and this this fight with half this thing erupts. If you watch them Sato Tanaka, Mike, awesome match halfway through the match. You can see like Masada. Tanaka setting up for like a top row power bomber something, and he's looking out into the audience because there's this big fight happening and they're fighting. They finally break it up there breaking things like it's ridiculous. They ended up breaking one of the chairs that was there on the ground, right? This guy comes back who is getting food. He has these CW championship replica on, and he walks back to a CD, missed all of it and is chair is broken and he's like, what you got the authentic easy. Exactly new, Jack, jumping off the balcony. It was. It was amazing. They probably were thinking this was going to be like WWE and old timey kind of WWE how show and he c w was totally not that experience. No matter where you saw UC w is not that experience, but it's too bad because that would have been a really fun, especially for us a really great home base, but easy w productions out of Westchester right in a basement or to Charlie. Brazil is house and paulie and Tommy were out of here. And so it made a lot of sense to have it be in in Westchester and a lot cheaper than New York City for, but a lot more stricter supposedly. So I do have the fan camp tape from that night though. I mean, it's probably my parents have somewhere, but I have the fan Cam tape from that night. So I look, I mean, what I like about what's this incarnation of them. I'll w..
"white plains" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations
"That's if you're doing award searches on the website, you use the NYC code. They they include both Newburgh and White Plains by default pleases. Okay. Illu closer. But yeah, like I'm like, looking at this SWAT McQueen how do you get to Newburgh them looking at like, oh, no, you Linda JFK and then you have to get to Newburgh. Yeah, that's bad. Could you imagine booking that not knowing that? Yeah, that's that's bad. And that's like, that's a very expensive taxi ride? Yes. I wonder what the cost. 'cause I, I mean, it's it's a fixed rate on yellow cab if you've got one, but my recollection is destinations beyond the five boroughs or Nassau County that are also not Newark airport. Maybe it's only towncar services that use fixed rights. There's like a book of what the mileage and the rate is supposed to be, and it's up to the driver if they want to accept the right or not, but that's certainly up to the driver if they wanna except the right or not if it's passed Nassau. County or Newark, but I don't remember if it's fixed rate or negotiated rate. Yeah. I mean, I, the timing of it was awful because it's like you land the mid late afternoon, then you have to get from their Newburgh. I'm like, I really don't think you can do that three hours. Yeah, it's like he landed like four thirty five, right? Yeah. I actually maybe it's a little item. Not that I was in the terminal when that flight was leaving Gatwick yesterday. So I saw it on the boards. Fun anyway, price. Oh, Primera adding all these transatlantic routes. I mean, clearly, this is one of those things like if you wanted to say jet blue is being stupid, they wanted to walk transatlantic. I should have just done it already, but you know, with all these with all this competition, is there a market? I think as you know, Robin Hayes said they only the main thing they've got on the nice still cannot deliver premium product. Whereas these other LC's are going premium economy not true premium, but the counterpoint to that is you gotta buy slots somewhere. Got an answer is almost impossible getting slots at Chao skulls all the places where they want slots Heathrow Gatwick answered like it's hard to impossible. So what are they gonna do about that? And can you amortize an expensive slop purchase across just one hundred fifty seats as opposed to two hundred still make money, right. The other side of that is how much traffic, how much premium traffic can you really steal with one today? And so they'd. Multiple. Yeah, right. That's like, I, I bet that there's enough, honestly, even. I mean like, okay, so. Three eighty three days a week plus two other flights virgin does double daily to London. There's significant lip between plus flight. This Trump a capacity and delta has two flights as well. I think at a Boston I they did they'd given. Yeah, they do Amsterdam Brussels now, but I think they gave London back to be a. You mean the gall? Not fresh. Oh, delta flies, Brussels, Amsterdam or Brussels, Brussels, Boston. I don't think in Boston maybe not. But anyway, they have a couple. They do have two long hauls maybe daily Amsterdam now, but no, delta has a couple of flights, but in the respect virgin, not too. I thought they gave that New York or the London dock Virgina that's it gives back and forth. It's hard to keep track. Yeah, there is. There's a lot of lift on the nonstop. So the other question is, is London the right place ago, or do you go someplace with a little less competition? Like there's only one flight to Frankfurt, one flight to Munich, and this is there's two between virgin delta and it depends on who is operating is seems to depend on, you know, whatever happens to be, and then there's four typically the flights a day morning in three, even. That's a lot of left. So can you pull that's well over seats setting? Another hundred and fifty doesn't completely destroy the market three fights in the evening now. Yeah. Yeah, has been for while seven eight and nine thirty. That's crazy. Yeah. Plus the money. But yeah, it's theirs. So I, I do think there's capacity. It is the single largest market that JetBlue doesn't serve out of at a Boston, right? If they look it daily passengers or any other metric, it's the next route in demand. So it's going to happen, but. But then the other question is, I mean, is he threw the right airport?.
"white plains" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Where this thunderstorm is hitting right now Our studios are sometimes taught the tell what's. Going on TV go out that's how we know and, the one win that we have it gets kinda dog outside so if you're in the metropolitan area and, it's affecting you. Be careful wherever you may be Sony Malvern was up Sonny Hey Mike. Helio Keith Olbermann the broadcasting. I think the most frustrating for me as a met Dan especially when you used to guys like keep Gary and Ron Obviously. The best in the, game when, you, have, a, guy like him who. Knows nothing about the players the that plays I'm talking about, he kept on Brandon nemo nemo like the movie the fish Was. Up he said he was, so awful, that Tampa, Bay got rid of, them but, you can't catch up to a fastball and the next thing you know we, hit the ball out of the stadium it was. Just really frustrating. You know I mean and. It was like you, know the In the last. Minute that, they all, the people of the, game was, ridiculous It. Was it was a bizarre grouping first of all and you know it was it was it seemed like an. Afterthought and it played like an. After thought it was, just a very listen I very rarely comment on broadcast I don't. Really care but that was a tough. One to watch, and wants, to go that was the biggest problem they had they had you you know berry had you very much as a captive audience Fred Fred in White Plains what's up Yes right Can I hear, rain anyway the else billion bay ridge was Billy Mike about? The, broadcast yeah, I honestly I didn't know who the three. People were maybe I'm not that up, on sports. But. No, good Mike. That's it that's all I. Gotta say okay, on this putting it very quietly and I'm sure there were. People there they didn't know who was broadcast in, the game and you get very used to your. Own group. Everybody does I understand that the fact is you want to hear. You guys I do understand, that part but there's also people who can do a very solid job even though you might be unhappy with some of the comments which is usually what happens with. Network games, you know you're not happy because you feel like they're just not on. Your, side well that's usually not the case there very much playing it down. The middle you just not used. To it it's just a. Little different when your ears are used to hearing John and east Islip what's, up, John, hey Mike how are you going? To happen one of the things with. The broadcasting we really need to know like every other every other hit it was. The, hottest Hit single yeah you just hit on John, something, that, to me is ruining baseball and? Ruining these Marcus and this is for, every broadcast everywhere I don't need to know the exit philosophy of a single okay That, the single went a hundred and seven point, eight miles an hour, I could give a damn it was a single okay I mean if somebody hits, a home run. For ninety tell me when four. Ninety okay I understand that. Was a measure. Home, run but to tell me I agree they are turning. The, game into a science lamp. Is what they're doing and you're right baseball's become too much, exit veal that's what it's become much. I totally agree Mike whichever Marino can't just be a little. Tired Hurt, then he doesn't have to. Be, heard you're absolutely right I never said he, was hurt what I, said is this something that's not right now maybe he's tired navy needs arrest maybe, he's got arm. Fatigue but listen on the Teague. Has to be dealt with. Whatever the situation. You, look at it now and you really do They might have? To they have, to decide what. They're going to do it, if they don't know what's wrong with him right now you know what ten days on a disabled this won't kill him Give. Them ten days off Give a little time off he's thrown. A lot innings this year There's nothing wrong with giving Severino a. Little time wolf and trying. To figure out what's going on here That's the they clearly. Do, not have. A, handle. On what's going on. With him and yet. They're denying that is anything. Wrong oh a fine oh yeah we. Think he's got. We think everything's great they don't think everything's great they're lying t they think everything's great everything's not great He's not. Getting people out they're not happy, with what's going on we know that but they don't want to tell. You that because they don't wanna make it. They, don't want. To, affect. Things they don't wanna. Make it seem like. They're worried but they all. Worry they're very worried be stupid if. They weren't worried Dick. West haven was update Good afternoon like just think Aguardo. Perez was right about tipping the pitchers Hearing about. That every guy who's got. A, gets hit everyone thinks he's tipping pitches this is not tipping pitches well everybody thinks he's always about tipping every. Time somebody gets hit going back as, long as I've been watching baseball everyone's always tip. This pitches I have a story about Aaron Boone's. Grandfather APL Mike baseball club I. Don't know career hit like crazy in nineteen fifty year rape boom As they married, can They said why? Are? You, hit him so well I'll tell. You after? The season, what happened he said when his hands over his, head His, motion I knew he was wrong One guy and one story okay I'm so tired of hearing about everybody tipping pitches every? Time. Somebody gets? It is tipping. Pitches no how 'bout he's? Grooving sliders how about he's leaving slide is that used to, break over the break at somebody's knees go to the ground. Over the plate? And they're getting pounded how about that how about, he's lost. A yawn on his fastball Nick in White Plains what's up Nick Am I. Had a question about Yankees Red Sox the last. Weekend of the Yankees schedule on Saturday they're playing the Red Sox showing that. Had. Something. To do with TV rights yes okay and the other thing I wanted to say was how excited for that for, the app and know that whenever there's there's, something breaking that you'll be on there giving us ninety. Nine, percent of. New York cares. About well thank you, I appreciate that and, that's the idea the immediacy, of it but I hate to tell you now in break. This, awful news. To you those. Yankee games in September, are going to be, worthless Let's be honest, unless Boston stages the greatest collapse in the history baseball There's games both weekends are going to, not mean much the Yankees are not, in threat of losing this wildcard especially when you look at the schedules. The schedules that. Athletics and Mariners play so much harder than the schedules the Yankees play they have to play the Astros and they have. To play each. Other nine, times Yankees gain every time. Those teams. Play that starts tonight nine games you can't catch a team. That's funny you when each team teams chasing have to play each other Now the Yankees have three games with each team that's here Might have to one team you guys might not wanna look I think. Might be too at one team and. Three with the other I think. That might be the case I, might be wrong about that they'd have to check. With, that but the max have three games with. Each team Early September first week. Of September Chris September two I think. Is when they played a two. Teams back to back one might. Be a two game on might be three game Billy in New York what's up belly On what Billy went let me give..
"white plains" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And that was intended to preserve the european majority in the united states because at least those people regardless of their economic station you know where least of common european heritage and that's what helped the country together because basically when people came here from europe whether they came from ireland where they keep from norway or germany or france or britain or russia or any other country in europe when they came to the united states they basically adopted the anglosaxon model that we actually had with regard to our common law with regard to our common heritage and people really forgot about being irish or talian or german there was so much intermarriage over over the span of decades when european immigration really reached a pdf scott scott go it's gone on too long and i it's our fault because we gotta history thing called back again next week and i i really don't want to get into conversation about how european immigrants are somehow better than african immigrants most of whom will award immigrants that were taken abroad here against their will or against a hispanic immigrants or against asian immigrants or against any any other ethnicity because somehow because of the color of their skin in their culture they can assimilate become better americans that's just not true it's just not true and so i don't want to adult i don't want to get into that type of discussion because it's gonna turn bad russell from white plains you're on seventy seven wabc brussel you there why don't we take a break we're i don't know what's going on that susan and now russell i'm here larry oh there you are yeah i'm here are you there down here were you talking to frank about the nazis and you shouldn't call the left nazis and he didn't hear you and that guy scott didn't hear you apparently yeah i don't know doing a good job and you're letting in more of a cross section through the you know the paranoid group that usually calls but you know i wanted to ask you do you know what the newspaper said about the anand annapolis shooter because everybody was talking about it being a defamation suit and they always want to know about the motivation but they didn't specifically cite what what was the defamed the shooter and i have it syria i just wonder if you know oh yeah i do know it was about the story was about him hub harassing and stalking a woman and and it got really bad it got really it got really nasty and he was arrested and he was charged for harassing and stalking the woman and and then when they wrote about it in the newspaper he was upset that they wrote about it and said that there was some other women too and he was they were upset that he wrote about it and so because of that he sued the newspaper and he lost the suit and so he felt like that and what's fascinating about it is the reporter who wrote the original story wasn't at the paper anymore that person had left so that's what it was about it was some high school girl that he still had a crush on the reached out to and found on facebook and she tried to help them and said you should go see counseling and then he felt like there was a relationship and it turned into this mess anyway i hope that answers your question well there was no physical violence and it didn't seem to me like he was ever convicted of anything so what i thought maybe was you know newspapers publish arrest records and maybe they went into the case a little more deeply and he wanted to correction printed and he didn't get it and i think that's what newspapers really frayed to point out because that goes on across country all the time people's names are published because they're arrested but if the case is dismissed they're never exonerated by the newspaper and i think that's a very sensitive point and speaking about sensitive points i'd like to bring up something that gino in the bronx said about me and cnn square that i didn't know about ten men square which was a cia operation i happen to have met my wife my beloved wife that night so i'm quite familiar with june fifth nineteen eightynine and i'd like to know if gina was.
"white plains" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Is the deadline for trenton to reach a budget deal or began a partial shutdown of the government democrats in the new jersey legislature are fighting with governor phil murphy about how to raise additional revenue to fund improvements in schools and transit the governor wants a millionaires tax the legislature has been fighting that idea but wnyc's nancy solomon points out that senate president steve sweeney and his fellow democrats voted for a millionaires tax when chris christie was governor this is not about policy this is not about who believes in tax cuts and who believes in more tax or this is not about what should be funded and how it should be funded this is about power meanwhile governor murphy sent democratic legislative leaders new compromise offer today murphy said in a letter this morning that he would take his proposal to hike the sales tax off the table another big change instead of a ten point seven five percents tax rate on people earning over one million dollars murphy is now calling for levying that rate on income of over one point seven five million if a budget deal is not reached a state parks and beaches will shut down tomorrow and a non essential state services will be closed on monday teachers in white plains have been flooded with emails instructing them how to leave their union the email blast came just hours after the supreme court ruled against public sector unions requiring fees of non union members colleen wilson is a reporter for low hood who spoke to teachers and union president's receiving the emails the white plains teacher union president that i spoke to mccormick lions she was surprised at all the e mails direct teachers to a website that provides a government workers step by step instructions on how to opt out of unions in all fifty states the site and the emails are from the mackinac center a conservative think tank six minutes after eleven o'clock this is wnyc support for npr comes from the craig newmark foundation committed to the.
"white plains" Discussed on Night Call
"It's one forty two m on the white plains of oregon and you're listening tonight call oh welcome to night call your companion during these strange days and lonely nights my name is emily ashida i am in new york city and with me on the line in california are tesla inch and molly and we are pleased to welcome today a very special guest he is the chief film critic at vanity fair and author of the new book all we can do is wait we have richard lawson hello thanks for having me i wanna say there which is a friend of the podcast even though our podcast is relatively new and i'm not sure how many friends it has but spiritually i feel like we can consider your friend yeah i five so so last week as you guys will remember we had our very special episode our very special haunted special and afterwards we put up a poll skiing our listeners if they had ever seen a ghost and i it's only been a few hours at this as of this recording the will be listening to this week afterwards so i'm not sure where we'll end up but i was actually pretty surprised by how high the ghosts reports where we haven't gotten many stories though please them give us your stories by calling us yeah just like respond on the thread but raza very now with three hundred eighty four votes we have eighty seven percent no but thirteen percent eighty seven percent knows what you're excited about you.
"white plains" Discussed on 710 WOR
"So critical in order for our metabolism to get jump start you know it's interesting too because there's so many people that are afraid to ask for help and i always say that to me one of the things that is most beneficial in terms of this program is that you come in and you ask for the help you say you know what i don't know how to do this i have no idea you know this back going back to this conversation that i had with this mom who i actually didn't even know the patients she drives to us all the way from like a like up by white plains like that area that westchester area and she says to me she goes you know i she doesn't work so she's always you know socializing with moms that are her age and these are all women like myself over forty in that like forty five forty six forty seven age range and they're all tall they all talk about the same exact thing that they have no idea what happened at some point they just started to gain weight and they've lost all control of whatever their body was before and this doesn't happen right after you have children you know because right after you have children if you have them early enough you're still your body's still functioning at a higher level and then all of a sudden you'll really wake up and you're like ten fifteen twenty twenty five pounds heavier than what you were before and it's really depressing and it's very very uncomfortable you're buying clothing and sizes that you've never ever even looked at before it used to be on the other side of the mall right all of a sudden you're going onto that going into that side of the mall and it's really really very very just it just i don't even know the word for it it's it's not even depressing it's almost like there's like a cloud over you and you know you and then you try starving yourself and you try all these different things that just don't work and you become even angrier so i urge you guys out there you know ask for the help you know where often the the last place you come because people think that they can do it on their own and there's.
"white plains" Discussed on 710 WOR
"So critical in order for our metabolism to get a jump start you know it's interesting too because there's so many people that are afraid to ask for help and always say that to me one of the things that is most beneficial in terms of this program is that you come in and you ask for the help you say you know what i don't know how to do this i have no idea you know this back going back to this conversation that i had with this mom who i actually didn't even know the patients she drives to us all the way from like a like up by white plains like that area that westchester area and she says to me she goes you know i she doesn't work so she's always you know socializing with moms that are her age and these are all women like myself over forty in that like forty five forty six forty seven age range and they're all talk they all talk about the same exact thing that they have no idea what happened at some point they just started to gain weight and they've lost all control of whatever their body was before and this doesn't happen right after you have children you know because right after you have children if you have the early enough you're still your body's still functioning at a higher level and then all of a sudden you'll really wake up and you're like ten fifteen twenty twenty five pounds heavier than what you were before and it's really depressing and it's very very uncomfortable you're buying clothing and sizes that you've never ever even looked at before it used to be like on the other side of the mall right all of a sudden you're going onto that site going into that side of the mall and it's really really very very just it just i don't even know the word for it it's it's not even depressing it's almost like there's like a cloud over you and you know you and then you try starving yourself and you try all these different things that just don't work and you become even angrier so i urge you guys out there you know ask for the help you know we're often the the last place you come because people think that they can do it on their own and there's.
"white plains" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"And they are called basically uh just another non essential transport janet is what oh yes there are these white plains with red stripes and no identification on them no in numbers no uh in writing on these planes and they're like twelve planes every day they take off from mccarron they use the same runway and the run transports to creech air force space and other intelligence agency outlets where people have to go to work on the drone programmes w be you know we'd be creech airforce base is where uh the uh people who are basically gamers go to look at screens and i did to fight targets in the middle east and it's a it's jointly funded by the us a and the uh the uk and the identify targets nine thousand miles away and say let's take that guy out okay it's a go and then some missiles hellfire missiles are also fired on that target which is so precise you can see the license plate of the vehicle and the protocol is that there are two drops all the time so there's a a blast the takes out the car with a bad isis guy in it and it's very pro you know very productive actually uh and.
"white plains" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Going on whole yes there are these white plains with red stripes and no identification on them no end numbers no in writing on these planes and they're like twelve planes every day they take off from mccarron they use the same runway and they run transport to creech air force space and other intelligence agency outlets where people have to go to work on the drone program would be you know the creature airforce base is where uh the uh people who are basically gamers go to look at greens and identify targets in the middle east and it's a it's jointly funded by the us a and uh the uk and they identify targets nine thousand miles away and say let's take that guy out okay it's a go and then some missiles hellfire missiles are fired on that target which is no precise you can see the license plate of the vehicle and the protocol is that there are two drops all the time so there's a a blast the takes out the car with a bad isis guy in it and it's very pro you know very productive actually uh and then two minutes later another drew another a drone equipped hellfire missile uh drops and that takes out cat uh you know collateral damage people because what happens when somebody happens your work you dentistry and you see a card blast you know blast into the air you run over to the car it's human nature just like people ran up the i'll grassy knoll to see what have you the run to the car or you run away from the laying away but the reason people went to the site and two minutes later another uh drone uh hit them and take them out so this is why this program which was started under obama and continues today is so controversial now this has been uh a highly uh did they did and so we know that paddock had uh you know current connections in the philippines where there's a big isis uh presence.