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"white plains" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:11 min | 3 d ago

"white plains" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"October 4th, 1961 in White Plains, New York. Over the years, the science popped up on buildings all over New York City. Schools, apartments workers from the city's Department of Transportation, even found one under the Brooklyn Bridge in 2006. When I walked into the archway and shine my light and saw all the boxes, just out of curiosity, I wanted to know what was in the boxes. And coming over into the room, getting closer to the boxes. You could see that all the boxes very clearly mark civil defense all purpose survival crackers with the date stamp of October 1962. The office of civil defense once estimated that 230,000 sites in New York City were designated fallout shelters. But funding for the shelters ended in the 1970s, even though the Cold War ran on for another two decades. Today, many of New York City's fallout shelters have been turned back into laundry rooms and other communal spaces that still aren't meant to protect residents from a deadly attack. This worst case scenario has been revived thanks to ongoing nuclear tensions with Russia, says Jeff schlegelmilch, the director of the national center for disaster preparedness at Columbia University's earth institute. Have mixed feelings on it as a historical artifact. I love seeing these old signs, but at the end of the day, it's a sign that indicates that some things there, and it's not there. New York City's Department of Education agreed, a department spokesperson says that in December 2017, the agency removed more than 1000 fallout shelter signs from public schools and other buildings they manage. As far as anybody knows, this was the first coordinated effort to remove these signs, and maybe the last. To date, there are no other plans to continue the work. There's also no telling how many of these signs still exist across the 5 boroughs because no agency keeps track of them. No one even knows who the signs belong to, since the office of civil defense was scrapped in the 1970s and replaced by the federal emergency management agency or fema. Jeff's LEGO mulch says fallout shelter signs are a physical reminder of a frightening time in American history. Enemy extremely off chance that something happens and someone sees that sign, it could be pointing to someone in the wrong direction

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"white plains" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:17 min | 9 months ago

"white plains" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Airlines have canceled or delayed more than 2100 flights already today More than 5900 have been delayed or scrubbed worldwide no major U.S. airports are reported operational issues however thousands of flights were canceled on Christmas Eve as workers called in sick due to the omicron COVID virus President Biden is wishing the nation of Merry Christmas in a tweet posted this morning Biden also wished that time would loved ones be filled with warmth comfort and joy this holiday season The post was accompanied by a photo of the president and First Lady smiling in front of a fireplace in The White House New York is modifying its return to work COVID policies for essential employees and shortening the quarantine window to 5 days James flippin explains Governor Cathy huckel says it's important to take this step given the ami Kron variant is now the dominant strain and it's less severe Different circumstances again we're always trying to adapt to changing data as we receive it and process it They can get back to work as soon as it is safe to do so An essential worker can now return after 5 days of isolation instead of ten if they aren't showing symptoms for 72 hours and if they're vaccinated The CDC recently changed their guidelines New York now in line with that step This is aimed at avoiding staffing issues LA's famous Staples Center will officially be renamed tonight The building will be rebranded as crypto dot com arena after tonight's game when the Lakers face the Brooklyn Nets the Singapore based cryptocurrency platform purchase the naming rights from arena owner AEG worldwide for $700 million over the next 20 years NFL fans have much to look forward to on Christmas Day The Cleveland Browns face off against the Green Bay Packers at four 30 p.m. Eastern Time the packers are headed to the playoffs with 11 wins already under their belts The Indianapolis Colts take on the Arizona Cardinals at 8 15 p.m. Eastern Time I'm Julie Ryan A navy ship will stay docked in Guantanamo Bay after crew members tested positive for the coronavirus Has more The navy says those infected on the USS Milwaukee are isolated on board away from their crewmates Some of those who tested positive are experiencing mild symptoms the ship has over 100 people on board and the navy says they are 100% immunized It's unclear at this time when the ship will return to sea I'm at mattson The threat of the Akron variant in California continues to intensify Nika magaz reports California health officials report the highly contagious variant is evident in 50 to 70% of new coronavirus cases in parts of the state Clinical and wastewater data show that all Macron cases are present in most regions of California indicating that there is likely community transmission The state's health department says the emergence of a Macron emphasizes the importance of getting a COVID vaccine booster and falling safety measures to prevent the virus from spreading A crash involving a Washington football team player claims a life in Virginia TMZ confirms safety to shazer Everett was behind the wheel of a car that ran off the road last night in a rural area hit several trees and then flipped over Passenger 29 year old Olivia Peters was killed while ever it is being treated for serious but non life threatening injuries With last minute shoppers prowling stores online and in person.

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"white plains" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:01 min | 11 months ago

"white plains" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Market drivers report Not in the metaverse in the real world Thanks to creedy Gupta blew our markets correspondent Bloomberg news in our interactive broker studio I've been Cinderella global macro strategist at Bloomberg news on the phone in White Plains Creedy kick it off for us The trade how do you describe it today Yeah I mean it's all about the retail sales It's all about the really is right And no one saw it coming because a lot of people investors retail traders strategist economists were saying this is it This is the quarter we're gonna start seeing the fiscal stimulus roll off You're gonna see consumer spending roll off And consumer sentiment is at what a ten year low That's not good Inflation I still don't understand that Right So I mean actually I'm going to give a massive credit to camera Christ Because he actually wrote I love that question On the terminal folks you should check this out The title of his column why spending so strong if consumers are miserable and he lays out a couple of theories but the takeaway when it comes to today's trade is that people were wrong This isn't the end of that massive spending and you still have a lot of sources of money right now You have savings rate you still have spending going into the holidays Well going on Vince Cinderella come in on this because how do traders make sense that people are so down in the dumps when it comes to sentiment and yet people are out there certainly Americans a lot of them out there spending big time Well I mean I think they're looking at it from a standpoint of what really had just mentioned consumer savings but what to talk about it is now with myself in a few traders is that savings is beginning to run out We're getting close to the end If that normal levels once again we're not at that pandemic highs because of all of the extra government spending So I don't know that this number was as big a surprise like going in I think the next number which is where that sentiment indicator is really going to come into play is something to look at We also seeing some big jumps in import and export prices And that's not going to play well into the final quarter But with one caveat that is Those higher prices we've yet to see really when the way through the economy So that may be something that shows up 2022 but companies are passing along It's important to export prices mostly input prices keep jumping That's eventually going to weigh on the consumer especially as Satan's becomes depleted Well let's talk a little bit about that 'cause it's kind of the perfect way to transition to Walmart Company that reported earnings that looked pretty good on the surface but margins under pressure and investors not so happy about it Margins under pressure they also mentioned gasoline prices because what do we do when you go to Walmart You get your groceries then you go you fill up your tank and then you run home right And that's going to be an issue At what point do higher gasoline prices start to weigh on people not needing to fill up their tank maybe all the way or at all especially going into the winter season and something that I really like to look at at Walmart and listen I'm a major fan of Walmart They are inexpensive pretty good quality stuff I'm really giving us an indication of what's going on in really much of America Right right exactly And this is why it's really important to look at their stock chart because during recessions typically going all the way back to 1980 to 1990 when you see a recessionary period Walmart sales skyrocket and therefore the stock sky rockets It's because they provide essentially alternative goods When you're not shopping at target when you're not shopping at Kohl's you shop at Walmart because it's cheaper and you can get the same stuff So that's kind of the sentiment I should talk and say that you're going to see right now because there is this massive dispersion between Walmart and what you're seeing at Home Depot Well right Even though they said the same thing right They're lifting their outlook They have these massive spendings but Home Depot isn't having the same issues at Walmart has Walmart's far more exposed to those margin pressures than Home Depot Well if you think about probably in general we could probably say who shops at Home Depot versus whose largely shopping at Walmart to some extent I mean Home Depot people who have money to spend on fixing up their homes That's considered you also have pros The trope program at home exactly Exactly How deep in Walmart And I grew up in Texas I'm just using this for my just kind of knowledge but wherever you see a Walmart in my in Texas you will see at Home Depot in the same shopping conflict So that's something to keep in mind the rest of America that is not New York But is a discretionary versus necessity right In terms of spending hey Vince saving 30 seconds for you What should we be keeping an eye on Well I think what we really need to watch for now is the talk of the consumer or the opening of the economies When you see big high retail sales that's merchandise What we really need to start seeing service is coming back So good retail sales numbers obviously a positive for the market but it may now weigh on services if people aren't really going out which is the real place that drives the U.S. economy So if service has suffered because people are staying home still we're still going to have some problems going forward That's a really good point I think a little birdie has told me a million times where our service led economy So we are All right All right we get around creedy Thank you so much Vince Thank you as well Let's do the Bloomberg business week by the day It's.

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Rapper DMX Dies At Age 50 In New York After Suffering Heart Attack

John Batchelor

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

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.

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Grammy-nominated rapper DMX dead at age 50

710 WOR Programming

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

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.

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DMX, rapper and actor, dies at 50

John Catsimatidis

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

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

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DMX dies at 50

Curtis Sliwa

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Rapper-actor DMX dies at 50

WBUR Programming

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

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

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The Latest News on Dmx

On Shuffle

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Family of DMX holds vigil outside New York hospital

The Breakfast Club

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

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.

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Prayer Vigil Held Outside New York Hospital for Rapper DMX

Kilmeade & Friends

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

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.

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Vigil held outside NYC area hospital for rap star DMX

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Family, Supporters Hold Vigil for Hospitalised Rapper DMX

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Prayer vigil planned for stricken rapper DMX

Michael Berry

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Prayer Vigil Planned for Stricken Rapper Dmx

John Batchelor

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

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.

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Prayer Vigil For Rapper DMX Set For Monday Outside White Plains, New York Hospital

John Batchelor

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

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,

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Rapper DMX on life support after heart attack, lawyer says

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Rapper DMX on life support after heart attack, lawyer says

New Sounds

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

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.

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DMX remains on life support after heart attack, lawyer says

Radio Specials

00:08 sec | 1 year ago

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

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DMX is removed from life support, breathing on his own: 'Still not out of the woods yet'

Page Publishing

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

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

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New York Man Seen Photographing a Senate Desk Charged in Washington DC Capitol Riot

Snap Judgment

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

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.

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"white plains" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"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..

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"white plains" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"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..

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"white plains" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"white plains" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"In travel we've got the answer this report is sponsored by looking into the by Wyndham good afternoon governor Newsom has announced the immediate closure of parking lots at all state parks the response of people congregating at beaches hiking trails and other state parks while we're all under a stay at home in order to go to the parks right now Hey word a crash the Winton on ramp from northbound AT partially blocked by a big rig and then the salmon runs a truck canopy northbound eight eighty before two thirty eight that's sitting in the White Plains and there's a long box lunch hour for union city south city before dust filled third lane from what celebrate a victory away from home with looking to wake up winning with bright side breakfast including waffles fruit and oatmeal and always get access to free high speed wifi tonight looking into tomorrow you triumph book directed L. Q. dot com balance of nature changing the world one life at a time I would balance in nature look what it's doing for me and for the patients that I have that are taking it and it's been phenomenal watching the changes that have happened and how much healthier and how much more energy they have we give you the proper nutrients nobody's able to produce what it needs and here's a product from balance of nature that basically makes it so you get the nutrients equivalent of eating ten servings of fruits and vegetables a day the thing that amazes me with ideas is that it's so simple don't wait to see what getting over ten servings of whole fruits and vegetables every day can do for you right now balance of nature is offering free shipping and thirty five percent off on any new preferred order of fruits.

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"white plains" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"white plains" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Warmth of a gas radiator unhealthy me gas fumes when you move into a building with steamy I I like this building I've been here for a long time yeah I make much money do you Europe rubble you have to well yes all right then you know sweetheart there's something missing in you well what mmhm hello and how you know okay well I guess I'll go do you mind if I don't see it on the door why should I Hey you are human when I'm sorry I cry only one in the camp of bottled up as long it is not what you think what if you you sometimes yeah but you're not place you never will be neither will lie the card by saying the hall parents are both trying to turn state's evidence according to the White Plains was waiting by a Mack truck the day was afraid the jury might not understand just salty talk.

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"white plains" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"white plains" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"In a few minutes Victor Cruz coming up in the five o'clock hour Edwin is in White Plains how are you and are you going you god this is just a general all question maybe it's not but again it's made a lot of improvement have allowed a roomy you think some of these rules can be eliminated to speed up the game you asking me this question is that a trick question I mean eleven day and we was up to me half the rules in the NFL will be gone half of them yeah what what about the block in the back god we would be able to block a guy in the back on kickoffs in my world megacity right now you know you won't be able to block a guide to back okay going to be able block a guy block a guide to back anywhere within five yards in alliance is how the equivalent of that question from anyone who's probably a brand new listen we right now it's like saying Hey Joe came from watching take your answer fair I mean and I I it's a great question because it T. Jello but yes I mean one thing you have stressed for a long time to simplify the rule book guess guess who gets to it let's see how many I got now I see one two three four only for text right now from Larry for mentions Ozzie one movie series since I called on me see if I can talk of the state on here all the a four year where okay let's see text friary in Brooklyn who called up yesterday Joe said from many elaborately stop texting me I guess it is okay go ahead he says he likes size he's idea he says sign me up but let's do it at the nursing home okay so we have to be after a single right it it puts his noble like I need his number because I see only does it takes me is number forty two times that I don't I may have to do what for the good of the people I may have to go with Ozzy to Larry in Brooklyn's nursing home with the recorder record their show and posted as part of my podcast like it'll be like a special gas holes here's a Larry and I was you know once again there are fascinating browse your listing will will will look into this we'll see if we can pull this off see if we have to sign any paperwork to broadcast something from us he's in our side he he's in are the other care which is going to care rich is it Manchester Hey rich how're you and then Joe how you guys what's up so I just want I just want to start off by saying congratulations from over there despite you guys have made me so happy yeah you know what I never get a chance to listen to you when you guys were on before at work they kind of frowned upon in that you guys are my favorite but what on a topic that is I could never listen I could never listen to the fan on the ride home it was just too condescending that that pumpkin head was just I couldn't not nice that's now I get a chance to listen to my favorite and I get a chance to listen to all the banter about the next hot those stuff and and and everything else that's going on in sports but yeah I feel your pain not being able to go out on to that on a golf course you've got to sacrifice a lot of your personal time and I hope they're paying you guys but then I don't know what to do with all the money did you right as you were really on your welcome guide you know I I I wish you all I wish you all the best thank alright.

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"white plains" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:37 min | 2 years ago

"white plains" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Mike is in White Plains high might my god Hey guys just a sad day in the NBA Kobe is just one of the fiercest competitors next Michael out I've ever seen play the game just an absolute tragedy as far as having those he's at the mental **** here in the garden go out on the court take the eight second violation point to this guy where Colby had one of the greatest games ever as as a visitor in the garden the fact that he just could not do that he just left just speaks volumes about his character either mental **** as far as I'm concerned but as far as as far as that lot of views on chi re rving I I'm just being honest yesterday I would have liked to have seen him play because I'm a Brooklyn net fan any give them the best chance to win I just I wasn't mad you know everybody deals with tragedy in grieving differently he talked openly during his press conference about how dealing with I think his grandfather's death last offseason was something very difficult I understand a lot of people that are written for that's fine I'll written for other things you don't I read carrier inform all rip them for taking a very dumb a live via a shot that was only what you know her again five seconds on the shot clock Europe too yes I think that was nine seconds left in the game yes and this guy take I couldn't believe he took not only take the shot it was a bad shot dockets are good like a wide open shot was a step back please it became you know at least one at a fast break Derrick rose band was there a grow yester grows at title game it says it all the time now and it will fortunate and he was great the only time it's a great passes to Jared Allen for dogs and all that but I could believe that shot I don't want to lose this game because it I thought so he was great ninety nine percent of the game one person was that this is what's funny almost caused if you talk about the Derrick rose fastbreak that was actually created on a whole school play by Jill Harris who is flying is safe alright fortunately for the nets it led to that region right right well I the thing I was most annoyed about chi re and it's not last night again I everybody handles this differently and I've never been one to judge someone for how they greet I hope he plays Wednesday night that's that's another story but the comments he made about making trades are who's a part of the core that bothered me more right he can play last night one thing about it and I I kinda knew him in Kobe had a relationship I wasn't sure how far it went but again over the last twenty four hours you see a lot of these old interviews with Colby Colby was asked on series MBA radio which of these current NBA players to have a close relationship with and he said it was kai reserving a described how can I re rving right after the game winning shot the NBA finals there in a locked room celebrating cavs win the NBA championship in Kobe sitting there and his phone starts lighting up with a facetime video from chi rearming who want to face time on inside the locker room to share the moment with them so they do a very close relationship I'm not gonna sit here judging his decision yesterday I'll judge other things of his like we just did but that's the one thing I'm gonna I'm gonna choose not to judge that let's go to Jay in Massachusetts Jay how are you Hey guys are you guys in the mid days a lot tougher getting a hold of you guys now our policy here you sorry yeah what you know it's unfortunate finally needed to get through on such a emotional sad time I don't want to say you know I'm I'm a Knicks fan in and I'm just like that and pretty much of the been raised one of them Laker fan because how much I used to just watch the link is just because the cold yeah I remember just growing up by you know in certain situations you know how long we had like ten channels growing up in the one channel the union like almost like every Sunday night the Lakers on ABC and not rush on just the watch Kobe and remember just just practicing is turnaround jumper yeah then you know if this is a very sad day in this especially for all the families too and that she's been such an emotional time and I just wanted to just gonna go through memory lane a little bit and and I just think you got to take the call thank you you got it very well said there's a lot of you remember losses a Laker fan tells the mention that yes no question about it there's a lot of things about Kobe's career that jumped out at me and jump out a lot of people I think him making those free throws after tearing his Achilles and then himself walking off the court showed the toughness that he had and so I know that is a winning an NBA championship and you could pick out many finals memories or the eighty one against Toronto but I know that one definitely jump data because these these it was just a different breed man I mean he had a I always felt when Kobe came in the league and I mean this as a compliment he wanted to be Michael Jordan everything about him he wanted to be Michael I thought he talked like Michael Jordan I thought he's fade away jumper with like Michael Jordan I thought everything about him wanted to be like Michael Jordan and one thing he definitely had like Michael Jordan was that mentality as he calls it the imam boat mentality and that he had to get one of those guys that he wants to be too when everything everything yeah he's going to and he's gonna how work you and he's get out hostile you and one thing about Colby Michael that they both have in common you know we talk about a lot of great players in today's NBA you'll Colby in Michael did that some of these great players don't do they defended them and sometimes that's not talked about enough we talk about Kobe's eighty one that was great how about him the best defensive players in the league yeah so yes he did you know that's another thing that we don't see that much anymore he played all the time big deal no question let's go to Gary in plain view Gary how are you by David I have a comment regarding issues on your people make phone calls here about the the putting players on a pedestal the show or are all these issues about playing the now playing my thoughts are the following I will be and it's just a game but because it's just a game when a player or players were gene I did not the plate or won't play because of something like that my hat is off to them because it's it's just the gate sometimes you gotta do what you feel is right no matter what the consequence that's right out and say I really love you show guide all right thank you yeah I understand yeah in one thing is you know we've got all these things we've talked about over the last thirteen fourteen years we've been together and one of the things that always bothers me is when someone dies we want to judge others on how they react to it like did they go to the funeral did they knew this did they do that one thing my parents taught me and I appreciate this is everybody's gonna grieve differently yeah so I I agree with our last caller in that regard gene in Secaucus gene how are you how you doing guys thanks for taking my call anytime I'm a big basketball fan it seems to me that that every generation you have like great players who become kind of like the face of the NBA will basketball if you will and for me it seems like every decade or so days there's always a player who would fact does become the face I'm fifty six in a couple of weeks so I don't remember the sixties but I was raised in a family of basketball you know and they always said that will chamberlain with the bass and when I remember the seventies it was Julia serving the eighty had Larry Bird and Magic Johnson the nineties Michael Jordan Kobe Bryant two thousand and now we have been Brian James so I guess the face the baton and I die gone on with Laurie last night now on on the fan that is kind of like he's won the plays that we pass the baton to have the face of the NBA where every generation is kind of like you know like for example what will I be bird play with magic Jack people saying these are the best ever then when Michael Jordan minus and he was the best ever Kobe Bryant came and they said you know now when I was saying that about lebron James so it's kinda like yeah I always found that fascinated with the NBA and you know how great a mortal plays and sometimes as fans we want to make our a write up player list but I'm I you could rank and since the all time great we look at chamberlain and Oscar Robinson and compare them to Michael Jordan I don't know like a big list in always talk to eight in there how did you make an argument that Oscar Robinson with the bat for example you could you know thank you it's true I mean look we could we could go on and on I mean you know when I was growing up it was wilt and Russell I mean those were the guys that was dated to me does the guys are kind of the face of the NBA Oscar was great but you know that back then it was a centre driven week anyway you know is all about the big man and so they were kind of like the face of the league and here you know you're right you kind of go with the seventies I don't know yeah I mean I guess dual use good member choice played the bulk of the seventies any eight maybe I am so on until seventy seven right so I mean you know I I don't I don't know if there was any god it was a success Pacific face little league in the seventies I don't know about that you know it was kind of wide open in his seventies because you know there was no no dominant team seven Knicks won a couple times in the seventies a Celtics won a couple times in his seventies but she didn't have you know the dominant Chad with the Celtics in his sixties or the Lakers and the Celtics in the area and he's on the bulls in the nineties you know I have that right you know and that's a big part of it because Kobe Bryant was the face of the Los Angeles Lakers and that saves in itself defines the Iraqi eight right as much as you and I may not love the LA Lakers they the Lakers the Lakers look in for very long time he was the face of the LA Lakers he was the definition of the LA Lakers so yeah when I think of the last three generations of NBA basketball it's Michael it's Colby it's lebron yeah I don't know I know I six all right after we got around that the jury is still out it is Jana Sangh Boles ainsi they're basically saying but those three guys have a lot of things in common obviously they're great but they also won championships I think you have a part of it the other thing too with the wood got with the NBA now is that these guys are most of the big players in the NBA now or over the years transcendence and send basketball no doubt heard and just the NBA and I think that's a big part of it with Colby and I.

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"white plains" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"white plains" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To new driver for doing that if a bike rider has to very or get out of the White Plains they become unpredictable someone in a in a motor vehicle may not be able to anticipate what that cyclists is going to do are they gonna dismount get on the sidewalk they get a beer in front of me and so that I'm for that level of unpredictability is is a concern for us no doubt about its now Riley said ideally the city would add more protected by planes but it's a good start here's more from cave you we should've in doing a lot more enforcement in the past and I'm very glad to see that that ATV stepping out now to take and parking enforcement a little more seriously especially as Austin's city leaders work to convince more people to leave their cars at home we want to encourage people to cycle to work to work where they need to go and buy us clearing those by claims it just it provides an added level of safety and security thanks for blocking the bike lane can run a driver up to three hundred dollars what we're covering a total vehicles around two hundred however officers have been asked to help educate drivers first after that initial contact that they don't comply is when we then have to go to another tool in our toolbox and we have to fight somebody all right so there you go there cracking down now the Austin transportation apartment they added that a new reporting tool to Austin three one one app to help people report drivers who were stopped by a blocking by clients another bikers are squealing on young calling the police well let's let's be honest and let's be very clear bikers cyclists are not using the bike lanes will not what do you mean they're not what do you mean dollars sit sit anywhere sit around any bike lane in Austin and wait for cyclists to come through and be sure to bring some books and whatever you you have done science up because you're not now downtown yes it's gonna be scooter yes this screwed urge that are that are gonna be using these things or they're going to be on the sidewalk probably even more than the the the bike lanes probably on the sidewalk more or the main lanes of traffic right think about though now I know part but I think part of the motivation for these by claims is to have less parking downtown so we don't take our cars think about the amount of parking downtown that we have lost our all over town for that matter that we have lost because of bike lanes of the tremendous amount of parking on the roads yeah that that that the road the roads were built for cars I listen I've been telling us for years and in your finally started to realize it they don't want you to bring a car downtown it I just realized in in you know I was a little slow to the party on on this but part of this that part of the the the motivation clearly for the bike lanes is to have less parking short not necessarily for cyclists because there are no cyclists using these things out of the parking violation there's a drop down menu for these issues by plane is one of the options in that drop down menu on their three one one app that the app also allows users to us submit a picture she could swim on those that are driving cars yeah the transportation department helps the reports will help identify problem areas where they can focus on enforcement yeah yeah apparently that's one of the biggest issues facing Austin acts today well I mean is elusive Auster you've created the situation you batted these biplanes there's no place to park now so what what the hell are people do if people don't take the bike lane seriously because Dan cyclists don't use them yeah I got the story the front page of our websites and news radio K. L. B. J. dot com there you go yeah you're pretty upset yeah I am I right it is it's probably a hundred people on that bicycle bridge that Pflueger bicycle race right now no there is you know like some do all right five one two eight three six zero five nine two thousand guys show Hey all U. sportsman you shooting enthusiasts public safety professionals for.

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"white plains" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"white plains" Discussed on KTRH

"You we and find whatever you to yeah that's tobacco free mint snuff too and poachers to into it it just doesn't happen that way they're sort of follow up I know but they don't you're basically saying that this happened so many times the planes would be taken out of the air no not necessarily they would not be taken out of the year what the amount that you're describing here and have all these teen thousand holes about three feet deep and about thirty six and thirty six feet wide the ticket haven't found any hope right that in the east coast so if that happens they haven't found yet we haven't found yet and what about the Bermuda triangle really triangle they they theorize that that's White Plains disappear there all the time is because they always have floor drops which create methane releases in those planes get taken down but there's a problem with that because the plans themselves should ignite the the fuel or the Mets thing not necessarily in the youth look if it's a if the methane rises and it's not that much methane to begin with I mean you're talking about the slurry of methane okay edits rising up the planes doing this so we have to ignite it unless it's close enough to ignite it and of course there's been explosions over the Bermuda triangle every time but that doesn't mean that we're we're talking about whether to be Big Sur or talking about Alaska their planes.

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"white plains" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

08:34 min | 3 years ago

"white plains" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"It turns out that we're neighbors Roger Balma is retired navy chaplain who hasn't given up serving welcome to the show Roger why thank you Jenny thank you for having me on your show I think it's a wonderful show I've heard it many times Hey I like that start by talking about your time in the navy I assume that you were a seminary grad probably a pastor before you joined the navy I'm a right yes Sir I was a pastor in south haven Michigan for four years before I was a director sessions the navy in nineteen ninety two and I serve twenty six years and Nate states meaning and I had some very interesting assignments during that time I slate from apple hello warm on the ship in the years and the USS White Plains and after that maybe traveled all distributed million augment the Paris island the server at navy marine corps boot camp at second recruit training battalion for three years and I stayed in Beaufort to work with the marine aviators at eighteen pilots at marine aircraft group thirty one and after that recently back overseas to Japan where I work at Tom does round fifteen which is a squadron of seven ships well I was the pastor for seven ships policy at different places during nine eleven which was very interesting and new credit for that need a hospital why did the one year graduate program in rehab oncology and work with veterans there and then I was taken to Great Lakes you know the camp for the navy the only enlisted boot camp doesn't bring lake so I was a chaplain there for three years and I worked with hospital corpsman school which is the largest school that the navy has for three years and what was really interesting is that the army needed more chaplain so I went to Baghdad to work at the embassy for one year in two thousand ten to do religious leader engagement with the fledgling Iraqi government was really interesting and from there I say because he back at Great Lakes bench mall naval career with boot camp and then at the naval station Great Lakes so that total up to be twenty six years and I enjoyed every one of them you know I understand with all the times worries you must really be good at doing push ups I'm pretty good at push ups I'm not good at all what's with but I did my week reinforced ribbons salt I'm proud of that fact although it's hard to do twenty get Angola amen brother okay Roger the one of the things we want to talk about was the invisible wounds it's easy or easier to identify with somebody's got a broken arm or all will hold their shorter their Chester about all I or something the visible wounds and as far as I understand them that includes post medic stress it includes moral injury includes traumatic brain injury maybe some other things too I suspect you had to deal with those can you talk about invisible worlds yes I sure can because I was a spiritual adviser more sailors marines and coast guardsmen during my career and I myself didn't realize that I was at posted medics rebels oracle I retired and in the process of helping others like a first responder also had its own after I got out I am working with veterans and support groups and PTSD with the Veterans Affairs hospital and so recently I've been a project to research the governor hi I am a Christian minister and I decided to get the world's largest healthcare organization of the a and the church together so I asked the psychologist to come to our church and do a presentation for veterans day we had a better unpaid intern and the psychologist indentation and then we had a form of Vietnam veterans and Gulf War veterans where they talked about their invisible ones as you said to make sure their experience and and it was a very moving in a very positive experience it's getting a lot of that's another one asking me how we can help other veterans because as you know twenty two twenty two veterans suicide every day and that that is not something that the church and the VA is trying to help but yes he is like the national debt it's a problem everybody knows about but are not sure what to do about it so I decided that I needed to do something about it I thought it was a very successful event well certainly sounds like it was this is Carolyn Gilman frontlines of freedom we're discussing visible wounds with retired navy chaplain Roger bomber Roger when you're dealing with those things it's got to be more art than science because even to people went through the same trauma probably very likely would need different ways to treat them that's right how do you do how do you approach well every like you said Denny everybody's an individual and no one handle stress the same way we are different and so you have to treat each person as an individual as they are and deal with each persons experience as they experience that everybody is unique but the special problem with PTSD is you know as you in your time in the army in my time in the navy when we're working in a unit or on the ship or with the marines commanding officers like people who are high speed and low drag and so we like people when they do their job don't talk too much but we're not quite sure what to do when people have problems so we need to the Polish people to seek help what the hell fault there but men are not so good sometimes it asking for help especially you know all the Israelites it took them forty years to go a hundred miles the promised land I. I think men sometimes don't like to stop and ask for directions well I can tell you that my ego has gotten in the way of that a few times and I suspect I'm probably typical you think I am I think that's true I I think men we like to think that will stop the land we don't need help but sometimes we do and that's where Chapin comes and we need someone to talk to somebody is it safe to say that if a listener anybody somebody you know whatever seems to be having some problems and won't seek help aren't seeking help it would be appropriate to encourage them to do so and how do you do that it's very important for someone who's suffering from PTSD or yes being all by default you speak for all twenty four hour help it worse the national suicide hotline should be in everybody's phone so that we may not be a professional but you can get people to the help they need to call that number one eight hundred two seven three talk there's someone twenty four hours a day there to talk to veterans about their problems and there's also as I said to be eight the VA has very effective program individual therapy and a variety of I was surprised myself to discover how many support groups there are every week that might be a and as I said before the all over the nation and I am a project that I did at all bring the church and the DA together and anybody interested in doing that want to do that I think that's it there was an experiment and that that experiment into work Hey you can't beat that much of our time if anybody would like to touch base with you to find out how you did pull all the stuff together how could they do that they can reach me at my email address it Roger underscore about Omar are G. E. R. underscore B. O. U. N. A. at SPC global dot net and I'd be glad to communicate with anybody who needs help and for anybody who would like to do a project in their local church like I did it's a little after it can be done without too much capital and it can reap great Roger thank you much I'm proud to call you my friend and now my neighbor Danny thank you very much that's affirmative readable discussed last week in service of the football games with with Roberts will open or we can email back this is gonna go on from a different time for one arm push ups.

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"white plains" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

11:10 min | 3 years ago

"white plains" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Peter White Plains was updated Hey Mike figure on the show thanks haven't was sent on not just just want to go back to the Jamal Adams from the two callers ago because I just I think my take on your mind is that the guys just the only clear cut leader on on the defense besides C. J. Mosley who just came in this guy's been there for two years and you know it if you follow my social media he says that he's a good a good guide that kid in family would want to like model after he's a he's a role model is a leader the some indigestion one of value and keep not get rid of how do you how do you figure what he did the last twenty four hours makes him a leader on this team well I think he has wanted to be he wanted to be known that he didn't want to be traded that was my the way I into the way I read it and then he compared himself to Tom Brady and Aaron Donald I'm not I must admit that yeah but he said you know the said the boy had stone what the parents don't shop Tom Brady the rams don't shop Aaron Donald let's find you know one of those two guys Iraq but out from the jets is is even close to that yeah the best player in the jets he's out there you got to be up there he's a he's a he's a nice play but you know he's still he's still becoming a player he's not there yet yeah I mean he's a young guy he's a young he does have also but he's not he's not there yet as a player he acts like he's a superstar he's not a superstar eight you know he's a guy who's got a chance to be a good player but he's got a lot of growing up to do and you know now I'm not going to talk to you know I'm not going to talk to the general manager you know I'll decide when I'll speak to him from the gentleman's sounded to speak to you you know I mean it's it it's kind of comical I mean really I mean what what is he done what and what is he going to hang his hat on that he has done that makes him that kind of player has it won any games essential so what do you what do you base it on you know what do you base your career on but then you know they try hard that you try all the team's defense plays terrible defense is terrible you know so he goes on the attack against the general manager Hey we don't even know if his general manager shot them all we know is going to jail manage a team called S. for him the cowboys he said he didn't shop on now he says he learned that behind his back he was being shopped okay whether he was re wasn't players get shopped all the time I mean that's not an unusual thing yeah and then he comes up with and you can see it they don't shop I haven't done a little shop Tom Brady you're right they don't we are you one of them yeah they have nothing in common with you so I mean that that's put himself on a little little little different level that he needs to be on he just needs to kind of go back and play football is a young kid go back you know and just just just play you know he he what I've said about him from the beginning is that he has tried to make it known that Hey this isn't on me this team play like this not on me I'm good they're bad that that's that's what he's kind of wanted you to know from the beginning I'm good their best I'm not for this John said I loads of John my goodness what I'm talking about the jets I saw the game just as we can get Jacksonville Sam Donald basically dot assaulted by the judges will be fence that sat in times that it thirteen times and the weather seems that a rebuild is they have to tear down the entire absence of lying and rebuild the from scratch with the added news that they had a draft first round pick Thomas added Georgia they get assigned region or two they got to try to trade up and and late in the first round trying to get a second office of line and then you have first hand as well back in two thousand six the team was for twelve and that's when they drafted the berserker Kristen and Nick Mangold in the first round them both they turn around and become ten sixteen and have seven winning seasons that of the next ten years and that Caroline is dead the balance there between battle and they have no sense of line they have no offense of one Tsarnaev it's and and you go and you know what it is when they build one then you can talk they have no offense none and they've done they they they have a young quarterback who they knew they had a second year quarterback who they want to build around and they've done nothing to improve the offensive line according to a couple of was the cowboys offer one from the just turned it down that's and I think it was a twenty twenty twenty one because I think the cowboys ready trade that one for next year from of of them right I think they already had Johnny kings point was of John Hey Mike you know I don't get it during a calm mind only spent hours interviewing these players make sure that they're not from dealers like I don't understand how the giants and the jets get you know you're never going to I don't know the going to know if you get a guy if a guy's going to be home with the right now you never know you're right but also doing things were falling for it I mean this is not Jamal Adams talking in my opinion this is our presentation talking I I don't I don't know that he's a good player in a horrible situation on that team and they're like you know what look at Beckham ill were it worked out for him at least they thought it might work out for him and they wanted they wanted said well look at that I was John how the day after the trade deadline does it help to pop off what what it what it is you got to be here the rest of the season the guy you got nine games to play what's the point of popping off now Laurie games to play was the point of popping off now it read the trailer was yesterday they didn't train of so now he's here for the rest of the year and he's not consult the gentleman's at the council of Mike in Hartford was unlike it was a bomb you know so sports so I think you can allow your callers are probably understand this up I'm I'm really frustrated right now with with reply in general you know I I thought we played was gonna be great when it was introduced I was so excited for football and baseball specially no big baseball begrudgingly you know brought it in but I find myself now wondering if this whole thing was just a mistake because I watch the giants game the other day a guy gets mugged on the ends on on third down on a important drive nobody called that nobody wants to review it because they know if they review it they're gonna get bank for a time out and then I can overturn it then you watch last night blatantly horrible call that could've dictated the World Series if friend don't doesn't hit the home run and we spent five minutes on the phone they come out and they said they blatantly sure of the answer is no you still out and then the M. L. B. releases a statement that says no we weren't even reviewing it we were just making sure that they could well can I have the same approach well listen they should not have gone hello this is this is what they see you're right from the standpoint baseball today tries to since it they should not a gun near the the replay last night and then base models and then if the game six baseball states they put out today okay through people who are gonna listen to them Hey are we told the umpires before the playoffs started that if they had any issues with rules to jump on the head sets and and and we'll discuss the rules you know and make sure there are clear with a you're going to try and tell me that that's the procedure you wanted you want them to jump on their head sets for five minutes I mean come on I mean they make this up as they go I love Joe toy but he's making this up as he goes along I mean as we know it shows great at turning something into nothing he's great at calming a situation this probably nobody better at calming situations and shows what Rick he's great at it but he came up with a doozy last night well we told the umpires before the playoffs that if they needed a clarification on a rule they're going to do so you're going to tell me in front of America you jump on the head set last night for five minutes because you need a clarification on a rule when you're ready made the call it's a little late to clarify to rule and you're ready made the call five minutes ago I was ridiculous and then the guy gets thrown out you know yeah and and and you know the whole thing and then do a blame the manager if I was a mess I would I got tossed out so quick is what it is that he is my take on it I thought he over reached I thought the manager here's what I think is that within the letter of the rule probably is there a good call and a good no qual that to me is a great local that's a great local tone in don't insert yourself into this game that way that's an umpire making a great no cool there because that one was in the know call areas far as I'm concerned there's a common sense that should always be part of an umpire is also and to me that's where you he missed that door insert yourself into the game that Daniel was very was Daniel hello yes there was a I booked it talking about those first five goal like a about the first base issue is it possible that they could the and what do you think about the move in the first place to the south side of the bow one I did this have to first base like we said they have them now in other leagues they have the first base for the runner and the first base for the field is to the field of plays the first base in fair territory the white bag just like he would but the runner runs up the lane at the end of his lane he's got an orange Beck and he has to hit the arms bag before the other guy hits the white bag or the ball beats him to the White Beck is still played a white bag just like you would you got to have your foot on the bag the runner is still bang bang plays the bags as together they are the same exact distance apart you know as far as you know the from home plate there is no difference there but you have it creates a safety issue and you don't have this lane issue anymore that's the that's the way to do it and I don't know that baseball would adopted a lot of people think they won't I had to me it makes plenty of sense back after this WFAN in WFAN FM New York all radio dot com sports station stop by Reilly auto parts for our C. better drive se for sale going on right now get great deals on everything.

"white plains" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

13:07 min | 3 years ago

"white plains" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Month with this rodent this rat this Mao's whatever falling from the ceiling in the White House press office and he has waited on hold I'll get to that in just a bit as promised back to the phones here or actually to fall on to phones for the first time here thanks for your patience thanks for holding on Schmidt eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine the number here on the program eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine and we are loaded so we'll hip Tyrone first in Georgia actually you know I did take two calls last hour early on with the review that sleep thing all right so I guess technically I was right back to the phones just you know almost an hour later Tyrone in Georgia you're on hi. well thank you Mister Schmidt I'm glad to be on. I want to tell you my take on what the Democrats have been doing it ever since this president was inaugurated. they have been obstructing justice then they tried the molar report that failed everybody made throw at this president fails and this just because of in my opinion they're trying to protect their own they note that they are guilty of the very thing that they accuse others of being guilty and that seems to be a part of their day games. okay so I think the people of America need to pay attention and see that they are trying to cover up what they have done so every time you look around they've got another investigation and when you're going to legislate stop investigate you know I mean they they were sent there to work on behalf of the American people. he's not before second answer for me what do you think the Democrats are doing so what are the accusing Republicans or water the accusing trump of if they're actually doing what's what's on your list. well my list is is just one item they are in a very with the elections had an affair with the lectins and I've always said that the Democrats have perfected the art of accusing others of the very thing that they're guilty. so it's a and that's about everything they say about the president they need to know that they are the go to calls so they know little hypocritical projection if you will Tyrone thanks for the call appreciate it let's go to White Plains New York hello Russell euron Schmidt welcome Hey I think the Peter police have an APB on you because you live the salami not the part B. remember that day I'm sorry that's okay Hey do you also remember earlier this year when Jerry in the Bronco wanted Nikki Haley to replace and vice president remember they believe me I mean sounds familiar I mean I like Nikki Haley I think Nikki Haley has a very bright future in Republican politics for years she got out when they get moved good and but that's when in earlier this year round may April is when pants went all in as Tom's bad man in Ukraine and you know that that's what would be great if trump should replace parents with Nikki Haley want want to know if you think that be a good idea because the be a clean break like Jerry Ford during Watergate. listen I like Nikki Haley I think Nikki Haley like I said as a very bright future I just don't see. replacing hands on the ticket with Nikki helicity anything's possible truck truck could essentially pull anything out of his pocket pull anything from his sleeve and he's throwing us curveballs and duties in the past no one thought that he was gonna release the memorandum of the phone call and I don't think that really helped him I think that the release of the phone call her tribe more but again you have no clue on what he's going to do so you never say never Cody yes do I think he will no all I think I'll stick with pants but certainly Nikki Haley I think is a is a great. potential candidate down the road Russell thanks was granted angel as we go to stay in New York from White Plains New York will go to Bensonhurst Angelo euron Schmidt high. yeah hi a deal and I think a lot of people get annoyed by everybody calling trump. he's president trump I'm a former marine Vietnam veteran and I'm tired of it I work for marriage trump Donald's mother and she was the sweetest person she was affiliated with you may god at all and I'm tired of the Democrats I used to be a Democrat because in New York you have to be a Democrat if you're not a Democrat anything you put in it will not will be denied in your home now I'm wrong all in all it is all. Hey hold on the phone before before we get too far away I want to know more about Mary trump so you worked at Jamaica hospital. what is going in the right one a nursing home rehabilitation home donated by parade and Mary trump god shall not not many people know that you make a hospital with donated by ms the macys Mister curry missed a gamble now I came from Marriott hotels and I did a spectacular luncheon aren't poor trumpet billion and she grabbed me by the arm and said young man thank you very much for the beautiful day now but I want to eat what the residents are eating. to me what the parents tell me is the way they bring up their kid now you wanted to Jamaica hundredth anniversary Jamaica hospital hundredth anniversary in honor of marriage from and at that time Donald Trump came to Emory fable five hundred dollars a plate which was bought by my corporation marrying and he came and he was so sweet everybody. and I'm just in hi I used to be a Democrat I used to be a Republican I am absolutely of conservative isn't my first time on newsmax first time I am now in South Carolina and there is no doubt about it dad all Republicans will win in South Carolina. I'm I'm just sick and tired of the Democrats saying that they're talking for the American people I saw an A. I. Angelo elastic so you're from Bensonhurst but now you're in South Carolina. yes I am thank you well that's a lot click anyway I how long ago was the meeting with trump and merry trump and Donald Trump but that the trump pavilion at Jamaica hospital how long ago was that it was a boy wanted directors meeting and I I know I just got out of the merry at hotels. about one ninety nine scene eighty eighty five now. okay and maybe she grabbed me by the arm is a young man thank you very much for the lovely dinner and everything but I want to eat with the residential eating next times pretty call Angela thanks for the call you know I I visited my grandfather my my mom's dad Fred. he had a heart attack and I visited him as a little boy I must've been I don't know seven or eight years old. maybe six and I remember visiting him at Jamaica hospital because they lived in Hollis queens and use the Jamaica house back in the old days I mean when the the hospital the the for the the hallways the rooms it was old school and looked nothing like at what you see in the hospital today I remember I think kids won't even allow they stuck me up the stairwell to see my grandfather was a Jamaica hospital of which Angela just spoke of let's grab Chuck in Pennsylvania in Bushkill PA hello Chuck euron Schmidt. but you're doing a great job and I gotta tell you yeah if the guy says to you every time you see him is still beating your wife at what point when you know what's so you don't even have a wife. you take up a cudgel in hand in smite him this is like the three Stooges meets the portions how many times are these Democrats gonna roll out false accusations and by the way if trump or any of his minions were caught on tape talking about has a strong arms the Ukrainian prosecutor and got him fired and if trump Sean had walked away from with the fifty thousand a month type in from Ukraine and a billion five from the chai com's but with this media be saying. a couple of things couple things up first of all on what you said regarding the Democrats to make this stuff up I I assume that you're talking about the whistle blower complaint is that what you're getting at what kind of a how about the most one of the least let me stick with one so I know that that's what you're referring to listen you gotta let this play out the fact is is that the whistle blower we don't know all the details we don't know exactly who it is where you know we heard that was all secondhand a third hand where in fact the the inspector general of the D. N. either they have confirmed that some of the information was first hand the fact is and you know you you can't let let politics completely blind you here the fact is is that trump's only acting the NRA. trump's own inspector general for the intelligence committee community of which he appointed. they all said they agree that the the whistle blower complaint was valid and it was of an urgent concern so I you just can't dismiss it you can't just take a a broad brush and say I know this is just a political smear job there's plenty that goes on the politics on both sides are toxic but you just can't discount and throw away the whistle blower and I don't know how you also throw aside the delight and the inspector general for the intelligence community I don't know the fact is they they think there's something here. hello can I speak yeah go ahead okay thank you do you remember the book about JFK ke's wife profiles in courage yeah course. the subtitle. I do not regret was I don't recall the sometime I'm here with you the past is prologue. so if you know the past you'll know what they're going to do in the future well I don't need to go down every Democrat Adam Schiff wish why in rabbit hole these are wider their religion is been bit mendacity okay let's listen listen I'm not I'm not I'm not disputing that was in there there are plenty of vision. I'm not. hold on a truck there are plenty of issues with the Democrats in the politics that the drive me absolutely nuts but also you're you're calling the Democrats liars also you think trump tells the truth all the time truck but it is it doesn't tell the truth all the time I think it went well H. trump because because of that very fact he tells the truth than they can handle it. chocolate and I'm a I'm a conservative Republican and I I I I can't sit here and tell you the trump tells the truth all the time trump is live. right. there are there are there are many many truck I don't have enough time here the fact is about Ted Cruz's father part of the the the JFK assassination you brought of JFK how about that come on trust he called the whole birther thing you know trump was one of the original birthers pushing that only five years I mean the fact is truck come on all these politicians argue one side of the aisle you're on yeah do I agree with trump and his policies of course I do well want to see the ball gives the tutor of course I do do I want to see trump impeached of course I do not want to see Democrats will of course I do not but the fact is truck I'm I'm sorry I'm I'm not good at it you got you got the wrong radio guy if you want me just to be a checklist Charlie over here and I'm just gonna go oh yeah I got to say this this this and this is what I gotta agree with everything the trump I can't do it I'm gonna give you my read on any particular issue and I can't have you on the show saying that only the Democrats light they do.

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"white plains" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"white plains" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"On days where there was no combat imagine marching twenty miles in a cold november rain in ill fitting shoes or no shoes at all without a raincoat or umbrella and probably carrying thirty forty pounds of equipment soldiers had to endure that sort of thing just about every day. If you get sick on the march that was just too bad if you're hungry or had horrible diarrhea though it was just too bad you had to endure there was nowhere for you to go if you were on a line of a few hundred men shooting at a few hundred enemy that was just as scary gary as having thousands of men with you shooting at thousands of enemy. It's with all this in mind that brings me to today's book recommendation a narrative active of some of the adventures and dangers and sufferings of a revolutionary war soldier by joseph plumb martin. I mentioned this book in a main episode a few weeks ago. Martin was an enlisted man who served in the continental army he joined in connecticut in seventeen seventy six six as part of the call for soldiers to defend new york city and remained in service until the end of the war in seventeen eighty three mustering out as a sergeant in his book written years later focuses on the real life sufferings of an enlisted man during the american revolution. It's really amazing mazing to have a first person account of all of this. It was also published under the title yankee doodle soldier in the nineteen sixties so if you you see that different title same book if you read my blog i've been saving martin's book in my free e book section for many episodes now although the book has been out of copyright for nearly two centuries. I haven't found a decent quality e book that is available for free. The one that exists on archive dot org is of such low quality that it's almost unreadable martin first published this book very small run anonymously in eighteen thirty and it was virtually forgotten until the nineteen fifties for that reason almost all copies of the book are still claimed under copyright. Even though martin's original text is in public domain. The result of all this is that if you want a decent copy you should probably by yeah i want and anyone who is interested in the american revolution should read this book. It's not terribly long. It's a primary source and it's full of interesting being stories. I've placed linked to a pretty good paperback.

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"white plains" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"white plains" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"Can get a twenty percent discount. If you enter the promo code ambra that's a. M. r. e. v. at checkout. If that's not enough tyler is now offering free shipping on everything so a great time to stock up on your american revolution items this week we looked at the battle of white plains which really wasn't much of a battle it was more of a delaying action as the rearguard of the continental army slowed the advance of the british inhibitions in in order to give washington time to take the main body of soldiers on an escape to the north. It was all part of the larger campaign where the british very slowly but steadily nudge the americans off of manhattan and back to new jersey even though i say it wasn't much of a battle of course it absolutely absolutely was a battle to the men who fought and died there. It's sometimes easy to get blase about skirmishes. Where a few dozen or a few hundred men die i especially when we think of more modern battles where results can be the deaths of tens of thousands or even more in a single battle those smaller numbers though make it no less comforting for the men engaged in the actual combat desperately fighting and dying in this conflict. It's also <music> sometimes easy when reading a book or listening to a podcast to forget about the relentless suffering these men endured every single day even.

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"white plains" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

14:33 min | 3 years ago

"white plains" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"Hello thank you for joining the american revolution today episode one twelve the battle of white plains. When we last left general washington he was holding firm at harlem heights on manhattan island having created a series of defensive lines. He waited patiently patiently for british general house. Frontal assault washington expected that in such an attack he would inflict large numbers of casualties on the british rush even if he had to give up the field the problem for washington was that since bunker hill general how was not stupid enough to attempt a frontal frontal assault against an entrenched enemy washington had given how several opportunities for such an attack but how refuse to take the bait in holding this ground though washington did not consider the danger to his army holding an entrenched area on manhattan island meant that the british could easily sail north of washington's entrenched position landa force and effectively surround the continental army fortunately for the continentals how the ignored general clinton's advice to do just that land of forced to the north capture kingsbridge and cut off washington's army okay from any line of retreat instead after meeting resistance at harlem heights on september sixteenth seventeen seventy six how did did what he usually did set up camp and trenches troops and defensive lines and sit around for weeks doing nothing it appears that how was waiting to hear from canada he knew generals carlton and burgoyne plan to invade lake champlain and make their way down toward albany from from there that ten thousand men northern army would be in washington's rear while how still sat in front of washington's lines the continentals would have no toys but to see the hopelessness of their 'cause they would surrender and allow the hal brothers to work out generous peace terms with the king all without out having a major battle that could kill thousands as we learned on last week's show though the canadian commander general carleton could be just as conservative conservative as how after the battle of al gore island and destroying arnold's fleet on lake champlain carlton decided that late october was too to late in the year to begin his invasion of new york he pulled his forces back to canada and waited for spring so with nothing happening in the north how finally concluded that he needed to do something about washington's army is still rejected clinton's plans to land a large army behind the enemy and trap them instead how permitted clinton to perform another water landing a few miles up the east river at throngs neck often mistakenly called frogs neck in many of the contemporary reports frogs neck was peninsula on the east river a few miles north kipps bay and just on the northern side of the harlem river. It was not far north enough for the british to get around washington's rear and cut off his army reformer tree. It was about due east of washington's headquarters at harlem heights by marching from there to the west. The british could threaten washington's position but still give him time to retreat further north in the early morning hours of october twelve clinton's army of four thousand returned to kip spay and boarded a fleet of navy warships and transport vessels. The fleet got underway shortly. After dawn. Moving up the east river toward frogs neck a heavy fog set in over the river making the journey extremely dangerous the fleet of eighty ships had to pass through an already dangerous part of the river known as hell's gate full of rocks and whirlpools that could damage the ship even in good weather admiral richard how personally commanded the expedition and somehow guided the fleet to its destination only one small ship carrying three cannon and a few men wrecked and sank the boca the fleet made it through the treacherous waters in such bad weather is a testament both to the skill of admiral house navy and probably also to some good luck british reports indicate indicate. They encountered feeble resistance upon landing. There were probably not more than a few lookouts in the area. The real problems for the british started started after the landing throngs neck was an island at high tide even at low tide the only way to cross from the neck onto the mainland mainland was across a bridge. The continental general heath had removed the bridge planks days earlier just in case the british decided to land dan. They're on the other side of where the bridge was or twenty five continental rifleman who could harass the british and prevent them from attempting hampton to cross and repair the bridge the british advance force instead through a defensive barrier and returned fire another continental guard blocked a marshy ford where the british might be able to pass bus because of the landing point chosen less than one hundred americans skins could block the advance of clinton's four thousand man army a member of the new york provincial congress noted later quote had had they meaning the british push their imaginations to discover the worst place they could not have succeeded better than they have done and quote rather than attempt to push through or return to the ships and move up river. The british did what they did best sit and wait. They spent several several more days camping at frogs neck and awaiting further supplies. Meanwhile washington deployed more reinforcements to prevent the british from getting getting off the neck over the next few days about eighteen hundred americans moved into the area to contest any british advance about the same time washington was preparing to contest the british attack it throbs neck general charles. Lee returned from the south. Lee was probably doubly at the height of his popularity following his victory. At fort sullivan in south carolina as i discussed in an earlier episode colonel mull tree free defeated the british at fort sullivan only by ignoring lease advice to retreat and give up the fort before the british even attacked still lee was was the commander on the scene and received credit for the only clear american victory in a major battle against regulars so far washington assigned lee three to command the left flank of the continental forces which included the area along the east river that appeared to be where the british were launching their attack lee who had been an experienced british officer before the war took one look at the map and essentially told washington and his generals. Are you guys crazy easy. The only reason british had not landed north of you and trapped. Your entire. Army yet isn't it. They seem to be bigger idiots than you. We need to retreat across knightsbridge right away. We need to move further north so that we don't fall into a british trap. The next day day in response to lease advice washington held a council of war with his top generals they agreed to abandon harlem heights and move across across the harlem river to white plains there. The mountains provided a natural defensive area. It also served as a continental supply depot for the materials ship to the army from new england days later colonel joseph reid credited lease wakeup call for saving the army from certain destruction on the other side british general henry clinton agreed that the precipitous retreat combined with the british delay throbs neck nick save the continental army after the continentals began their retreat to white plains general how finally conceded what everyone else had realized for days. His landing at throbs neck was a huge mistake. You ordered clinton and his four thousand soldiers back onto their eighty ships and move further up river the continentals were on the move but the lack of horses and wagons slowed that move the british which might still beat the americans to white plains and take control of the hills before the americans could entrench themselves. The british chose to land at pelham. Hello i'm bay but before they left throngs neck several deserters slipped into the american lines and inform the continentals of house new plans to oppose how lee deployed what amounted to two regiments under the command of colonel john glover the same mariner who had ferried washington's armie from long island to new york for the successful retreat from the battle of brooklyn now he had a chance to prove himself on land in the early early morning hours of october eighteenth glover saw house fleet landing at pelham bay the british apparently began the landing before dawn and all all four thousand were ashore before the americans could engage them as glover advanced his men to engage the enemy he encountered an advance enemy company we have about thirty soldiers glover deployed forty men to engage the force while he deployed his defensive lines behind the fighting glover made use use of stone walls dividing farm pastures that fell at intervals along either side of the road leading inland the continentals deployed behind the walls as the british force the american advance guard to retreat they push forward expecting a route when the british approached the first stonewall the american stood up fired volley at close range forcing the british to stagger back the two sides exchanged volleys as the british brought up their cannons. The americans greatly outnumbered fell back in good order. As the next line of americans lay behind the next stonewall ready to repeat the process eventually the army's reached a creek which glover had set up as his final line of defense he had pulled up the bridge crossing the creek and deployed his full force of over seven hundred men along the creeks farside to prevent the enemy from crossing glover. Whoever also had a few cannon to back up his infantry the british failed to cross the creek but continued to exchange artillery fire until nightfall under the cover of darkness glover's brigade slipped away and march the three miles to join up with the main continental force the battle of pelham bay led to a few american casualties eight killed and thirteen wounded the number of british casualties is a matter of dispute dude in his official report general clinton reported only three dead and twenty wounded but clinton only reported the british casualties not the hessian ones the hashes made up about three thousand of the four thousand man force that engaged in battle and were involved in some of the heaviest reaced fighting estimates there ranged from two hundred thousand dead and wounded among the hashes that while i suspect the lower range of that estimate his closer to the truth it still was a lopsided battle and dearly but victory for the british and hessian soldiers outnumbered by about five to one the americans never expected to hold the field the american defense in that battle provided the continental army with a successful delaying action and keeping the british from attacking the main continental column all day this gave washington the valuable time he needed to move the continental army out out of danger rather than moving directly on washington's retreating column the following day how ordered the army to move north to new rochelle l. there the army waited another three days until eight thousand haitians who had just made the atlantic crossing could come up from staten island to join join forces pursuing washington. The new hashes came under the command of general william vaughan naipaul's on both sides continued to trudge north slowly slowly. The continentals were slow because they lacked horses and wagons to carry all their artillery and baggage the british inhibitions just seem to move at a leisurely pace stopping for a few days here and there in various towns along the way as washington struggled to get his army over the harlem river at knightsbridge. He sent colonel rufus putnam to search out the british army's position. I'm not sure why he said a chief engineer on such a mission especially when had officers who were much more familiar with the local area then the kernel for massachusetts but putnam set out out on his own to find the enemy he learned from local militia that house forces were only about nine miles down the road from white plains. If if the british had occupied the heights i and linked up with the naval forces under admiral how on the hudson river washington's army would have been cut off from from any line of retreat putnam rush back to washington's camp and got washington to push forward on a night march so that they could take white plains. I general how was still waiting for the heavens. Putnam discovered the british position on october nineteenth but general how all did not move until october twenty second when the british did.

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