13 Burst results for "William Brookes"

"william brookes" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

07:14 min | 4 months ago

"william brookes" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Good to be with you. A lot happening in the world. Does anyone find it interesting that Donald Trump says Mexicans are raping Children. Engaged in child sex trafficking. And then when he's asked about a white female who has literally been arrested by the federal government for doing the same thing, he simply wishes her well. Is that not ironic? Let's go to rigid in college Park, Richard Good day Welcome. Good morning. Rashad is doing Good morning, sir. How are you all right Reason, Trump of which in her where, Because he know that she had she know, they know that she sees she's aware that he was involved with some of the young girl's first clean glass. Oh, too much about anything to have him even if the pitches Many watching the young girls truck is just despicable. If it's been well, that's why he's here where he won't hurt to stay quiet. You know, I find it quite interesting. You may have a point that the reason he's nice to her because he doesn't have to be that the reason he's nice to her is because of another underlying reason. Is, it likely will surprise people have picked that up. That's why he's with her where he won't hurt. Stay quiet. I wonder if she gets convicted? Will he part in her? Of course. That made that maybe the whole way to keep her quiet. Say listen, just plead guilty are part of you later. I'm sure she's aware that he sees a big wishes should he's going to partner be still it off, but he won't hurt to stay quiet. Yeah. Yeah. Compelling point. Thank you for your call. 40 49 to 2703 Henry Southeast Atlanta Good day Welcome. Where's your good morning touches her. Good morning. Treachery on a comment. We would like to speak about Vice President Biden and his choice for vice president, but ah today we forgot to mention I know you regard to Ah. Most Vivian and No. Ah, Mr Congressman Lewis condolences to their men. If you know you're related to their past Now I know we didn't forget. Now we had a whole show Dr. C. T. Vivian, and then we did a whole show. All three hours for both gentlemen for Congressman John Lewis. No, I think I was a bit of Cesar Marnier. Program and I forgot my cell. Got you okay? Ah! About three or four calmness, and one of them is hopefully the name a bridge of the Hetman Patterson Bridge. Related to our congressman Lewis that they weren't included. It is a subject I wouldn't want to say before they deliver but isn't but hopefully they would include Uh, Mr Hold dear William. Brooke. Name Wolf that bridge in cool, Uh, Congressman Lewis. You know, ultimate time. He was own most Earl there where you was home, Carol Amar program and, you know he gave great detail on there. You know on that situation when they got rid of that more to know that And, well, the name needs to be changed that I'm okay with it Being that as well. Edmund Pettis was a racist. Every pet is I was a senior offer. Officer for the Confederate States Army Onda well documented racist. The brilliant should not be named after him anymore. Great. We're often town myself. When I hear the name federal, you know, I can make a distinction between federal Sanders And the free role during the time of Moses off that particular federal So even the head of Patterson Bridge seem as though it was, you know, is written in history that name saying like it would carry you backto a direct Cardinal refers back keeping debt name or the bridge amenity. Ah! Things that were going on Ezra Lee to racism. Oh, no. Was the name of the school but the abbreviation This is L'm. He's because it is the interview some of the students they have somewhat of a debate. And they discussed a lot of pain is about the Confederate flag, and they was allowed to give opinion too, and energy for the about the flag and against the flare. Well, kind of, but we're one of the students see if he really is good for them to discuss that. But it would be more appropriate for them to get somebody more professional to deal with. You know their background issue of that, so that could be a problem that will be solved. And so as really to racism. I'm thinking that really if the Caucasian if they hear if we can say they have sleeves during that time, and it was really good throughout The whole country for them to do so And then the North said, Let's not Continuously then. They was the north and someone breaking up. Ah, good break doing right by breaking their contract and say, Let's do away with slavery. But actually, the North had also participated by buying goods from the South. And to save your soul. Really? The question is, you know who is who is really A word behind the issue of the people that came and they came to America as leaves and the people that actually will put in charge of this lady who was really in charge of the people that was in charge. Of the people that was putting out around self is asleep. Slavery on the last two of things of a 1,000,000 better be in all your clear. You've got to be quick. We come into a break. OK with your Claire's yuko speaker. You know, I'm not to be in eclairs. But hopefully in your Claire. You speak about Dr King when he spoke about White citizen clan and racism as a really drum major instinct and he themselves here did he had to know God for himself. He was a preacher. Your daddy was a preacher, Granddad or the creature, but he said he was a time in his life where he himself. Had to know God for himself and has related president buy it. I will hope that he would not Get your coat. 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"william brookes" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:45 min | 4 months ago

"william brookes" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Things that are still, the league tryingto agreed upon is daily covert testing at elimination of all 2020 Preseason games like we're trying to seek answers to questions about emergency protocols, procedures for handling positive test and so forth. Talks will resume coming up tomorrow. Meanwhile, the Patriot League today Now they are going to have a shutdown of all fall sports Spring football could be on the table. This follows with the Ivy League last week, Patriot League didn't say the fate of its winter sports winter sports in spring forth. Gonna be determined at a later date coming up later tonight with Freddie Coleman's on ESPN radio, Patriot League commissioner Jennifer Hepple will join the show two hours should now What about the top conference in the land? The FCC Heather Dennis reporting that no decision regarding SEC football was made today during in person meetings. Conference's top officials in Birmingham, Alabama. SEC Commissioner Greg Frankie did reiterate that critical decisions will be made later this month on the golf Thursdays around one of the memorial at Muirfield Village in Dublin, Ohio. It'll be Tiger Woods his first actions in February 16. Five months off, and he gets team to Troy Maxson. William Brookes cap gun. Come out Tuesday, a name change in the NFL. But the end, some players are keeping their name, which is sending bigger shock with lust. Will baseball be ready for the first pitch? Tuesday and go local lingo six eastern ESPN radio on ESPN two. I already told you about the rest of insurance on ESPN radio ESPN app on Channel 80 against us by to hang out with us. They had thanks to Chopin's Oh, performance line. So we have.

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"william brookes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:40 min | 5 months ago

"william brookes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good afternoon. It's one o'clock. The rain is falling. We've got thunderstorms in the area, some really tough weather, traffic and weather together. Coming up. Good afternoon on Lori Kirby Norwood Hospital is closed until further notice is Cruz try to clean up heavy flooding there, the parking lot and the basement filled with Elise. Four feet of water. The pumps air going over time, and of course, there was a power outage. Forcing dozens and patients to be evacuated. Mohr being evacuated today, double BBC's James RoHaas was there and has this report. Eight feet of rain water flooded the parking lot here on oil streets emerging at least five cars cruise continuing to pump water out of the lot and the basement. The partial flooding Underwood Hospital caused the power outage, which led to 80 to 90 patients being evacuated. Including several dozen from the I C U Norwood Police chief William Brookes says the hospital was one of many areas in the city affected by the severe weather. We have limbs down outages. Lives down on vehicles in places, so we had to deal with that between us on fire for this happening way. Don't recall that we called in extra people in Norwood, James RoHaas W. B Z, Boston's NewsRadio and again thunderstorms and heavy rain moving across, Nor would this afternoon that is not going to help their water problem and again 30 to 40 additional patients being moved today to other facilities. No injuries reported. But mother Nature is not here. Helping Keep in mind. You could lose power today in some of these thunderstorms moving right now across southeastern Massachusetts. Make sure you remember to keep that cell phone charges You can listen to weather updates on the I heart radio app. Has turned to Corona virus. Things are getting better here in New England. As we battle this virus, Massachusetts could be entering Phase three, a reopening of suitors next week if cases keep trending downward in Cambridge, course. The weather is not this kind of day, but the playgrounds and the basketball courts and the tot lots are now open again. The splash pads. As well and note here. The CDC continues to warn that sports with close contact and shared equipment are at higher risk of spreading the virus. Rhode Island's governor Gina Raimondo, Zishe, you will announce when the ocean State can enter Phase three soon in New Hampshire hotels and motels today are back to full capacity. Movie theaters can once again opened their doors as well. But across the United States, dozens of states air hitting.

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"william brookes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 5 months ago

"william brookes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Happening. Norwood Hospital is temporarily closing after some heavy rainfall cost it's flawed. It's not clear when they re opened, Dozens of patients were evacuated and at least five car submerged BBC. From Norwood Hospital. Eight feet of rain water flooded the parking lot here on Oil Street, submerging at least five cars cruise continuing to pump water out of the lot and the basement. The partial flooding the Norwood Hospital caused the power outage, which led to 80 to 90 patients being evacuated, including several dozen from the I C U Norwood Police chief William Brookes says the hospital Was one of many areas in the city affected by the severe weather. We have limbs down power outages lives down vehicles in places, so we've had to deal with that. Between us, you know, with fire for this happening way Don't recall that we called in extra people in Norwood, James RoHaas W. B Z, Boston's NewsRadio and James with Mohr thunderstorms in the forecast for today and tonight just a reminder you might want to keep that cellphone charge fully. So if we do lose power today in these storms today, you can keep listening to those critical weather. Updates. On the I heart radio. Meantime, the Northeast is making major strides in the battle against Cove in 19 in New York state, they reported the lowest death toll since March 5 fatalities in Massachusetts We are on track for a possible shift to phase three of the governor's reopening plan because key metrics have stayed steady. Meanwhile, in Cambridge today, a sign of summer the swing set swinging, although it might be raining, But.

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"william brookes" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"william brookes" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Jerry Lewis v. Wave seditious Kurt Kobe, also Amy wine-house, Johnny cash and more disgrace them rock and roll true crime podcast stories about -sition getting away with murder behaving. Very badly is available now posted by me. Jake Brennan, you can listen to disgrace of the iheartradio app. Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. We're back by the bastards podcast bad people talk about I'm Robert Evans, part two of our Assode on Oswald. Moseley's don't listen to this and let you've listened to episode. One fucking maniacs might guess unless you're maniac in which case I enjoy watching all the episodes in resort verse. Order for no reason if you play them backwards. I will tell you to do drugs and worship the devil. But I did that I tell you that. While you're watching. Wizard of either way do do drugs and worship the devil. That's just come. Snoops? Did do drugs the devil. Cody. I guess today as with last time, Cody Johnston, Katie stole did not mix up your first names this time. Yes. Hi, sorry. No, it's okay. I mean, I it was awful. It was awful traumatic Campbell. I don't wanna relive it nine eleven of this podcast episode, but we've moved on. We've forget, but we're moving like we did from nine eleven to into an eighteen year long six trillion dollar warn this the second year, this this this episode is the second year of the eighteen year when we're all still kinda on board. We'll get it. Yeah. Yeah. I'm excited for the point where we all watched three hundred and take like a message about the war on terror away from it. But this conversation this is gotten off track. We've got the coffee mate back on the table one pump on cream cream cream. Obviously just I feel so guilty that it wasn't on the table before. Yeah. I mean, I felt it. But I didn't want to record the last episode. Let's do it. Let's record the last just pretend we mentioned one pump one cream an awful lot. We'll we're always thinking about it always thinking about it is that is true. I think about it a lot now because one pump is in fact one cream. Doesn't very good stamina pump is one cream puff his green. You know, who wouldn't have agreed with that? A little fascist. Oh, no. It was actually six foot two don't say named Oswal Moseley six foot to Oswald. Tommy Moseley didn't think that one pump was one cream. I don't think he did. I don't think he is on board with this guy. But now, I'm having some second thoughts, you're questioning his I mean Britain. I you know, you got to put you the first. Absolutely. And I was listening like it sounds like this guy is probably going to be on board with one pump one piloting except for that one time. But he's trying to impress his mom. I think she would have been more impressed. If one of his pumps at equal one cream. I think she wants to. More pumps before. British came true. Yeah. Yeah. Well, because you know, the the the women are supposed to lie down to think of England, right? Yeah. The phrase, so one pump is one cream. That's actually that's less thinking of England. I'm very confused now pump one cream one nation. Nice. Right. Nice one nation cream. I cream for God Rothe really starting up top pre gross. But one day we're gonna get invited onto come town. I don't know what that. I know there's a podcast called Cup. Terrible. It sounds like something Cody would great could really could be great. They could be talking about one pump one cream right now, they could be and if so. I support them. I was. Able it doesn't translate. Yeah. Today. Audio medium performance right here. It does make me feel more confident though. I'm sure everyone's loving this. What are you Sophie's gotten up from the table? She showing me a laptop cast of the combos full description. Okay. All right that adds up. I meant they make one hundred thousand dollars a month. Deserve it. Thousand one hundred thousand graves, I wonder how many pumps are in this Nestle coffee made there's only one way to find out. I think we figured a great idea for bonus content. We're canceling this episode. We're just gonna find out you can learn about Moseley lady. It's about three hundred three hundred sounds better. If you say. Ndo thirty days after opening I feel like it's been more than thirty days since we. No. But we don't know. We don't know what it was opened. Yeah. So back to Oswald Moseley Moseley Oswal telling you six. Anti semitism was obviously the cornerstone of German fascism, but it was not nearly as prominent in Italian or Spanish fascism. Those sorts of attitudes were still quite common in both countries. But it was more the result of centuries at bigotry rather than the highly evolved. Eliminationist antisemitism practiced by the Nazis Moseley in public at least declared that anti semitism was completely separate from fascism. He refused to let the BUF distribute anti semitic propaganda, which led to one of his further right opponents in the imperial fascist league to declare the British union, fascists the British junion a fascist hole dig s. You're right on there. But did you get this is union, but he made it, oh, even get that part? Kinda kinda react again. Yes. I feel like that's what it deserve. Yeah. We'll give it its due in nineteen thirty-three Moseley gave a statement to the Jewish chronicle in which he swore that quote, anti semitism forms. No part of the policy of this organization in antisemitic propaganda is forbidden, but while the propaganda was forbidden antisemites themselves. Very much allowed in the BU. F? 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"william brookes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"william brookes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You say, yes, tell me more they'll send an inspector to your house and. Pretty quickly after that. You can close on a contract with them. And and be on your way out the door and into your next abode, but realistically speaking, they charge a pretty high fee for it. I mean is it the type of person who's kind of in a hurry to get out of their home? Because you would think that if you're not in a hurry. You wait for the traditional version of people coming in offers to go against one another etcetera etcetera. I guess I'd back it up and say, this is still the beginning of this business. And and we'll see how much they're able to charge for it. But basically, the it is a convenience, right? You sell your home faster? You're willing to pay something for it. I think so far proven to be something of an elastic product the more. They charge the less willing people are to sell them their homes the lower. They set their feed the closer it is to the five or six percent. You'd sell you you'd pay a traditional agent the easier. It is for them to buy. I did notice something your article, which I thought was intriguing because I had that experience when a company move me from or tried to move me from one place to the other is that people are using this as a base price a lot of times and then going to real estate agents and saying I could definitely get this from Zillow what are you going to do for case? Yeah. Sure. I mean, that's that's one of the fascinating things about introducing this kind of homeselling into the marketplace is that as it is a lot of realtors us sort of automated value estimate as. A lead generation tool on their own websites. Pop and a little bit of information. They'll give you a very rough sort of sense of what the home is worth. And then go out and try to beat it. This is sort of that but made real because it's not just theoretically, here's what your home is worth. But we will actually pay you the money, you know, today or three days from now. Right. And so that means okay. I don't have to maybe paint up some of the scratches the dog dead or maybe replace their wash the carpet. You know, you could just say I'm out I'm done and you move on. I'm curious though, about this kind of shift, even if it's a it doesn't feel like a subtle ship potentially big shift Zillow's business model because we know that the investment community has been maybe scratching their head a little bit not so all in on. It hasn't loved it. So far it's going to be very expensive for Zola to build this business out. They get a hire. People people have to hire contractors. They've descend guys around in trucks to go and trim the hedges and replace the pool filters. They have to borrow a lot of money, right? They're going to have to hold homes on their back. Balance-sheets the three to six months tapes them to sell it's almost counter of the internet movement. If you will they're going from an internet based company selling ads etcetera, and now going into a brick and mortar type business. Yeah. I mean, they like to compare it to net. Flicks is move from just distributing content to produce in their own content. But. That's that's the that's the that's the rosy view of. That's an interesting thing. Pat is even though are the investment community is a bit critical here, and we're kind of making fun a little bit of Zillow. I mean other folks who are doing the same thing, right? There are other companies have set up where they buy your homes. Yeah. Indeed, there's a startup called open door, which is raised more than a billion dollars, including four hundred million dollars from SoftBank three or four hundred million dollars from SoftBank. And there's a handful of other you've got sort of from traditional real estate brokerages. I mean, there's some some piece of real which owns Coldwell Banker and other other brokerage brand is experimenting with this. There are some Keller Williams. Brooke local grudges that have done a little bit of this other startups. I think that there is a, you know. There is a a good chance that this will be a popular way of selling your home, at least in places like Phoenix or Las Vegas or Atlanta where the homes are all somewhat or many of the homes are similar to each other. It's relatively easy to value them. Right. They don't cost so much money. You know, none of these companies wants to invest two million dollars in house. But if they can buy a house for two hundred fifty thousand dollars, and it looks better to them. So I could take it could also collapse. It's very early. It's another revenue stream right at this point. And it also let's still get away a little bit from the advertising..

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"william brookes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"william brookes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"He was suspending what he games falling his june twelfth summit with kim jong un kind of surprised to some sticky the language people's instructive and expensive now they've always been referred to as defensive and necessary to maintain military preparedness in the cost by us and south korea now today's statement the pentagon said that any additional suspensions would depend on north korea continuing to have productive because in good faith and also when south korean fence ministry confirmed this move they said that more suspensions could take place but only if north korea were show that it was a taking cost and productive cooperation as well so it seems that this is moving forward but the bull very much now in north korea's talk reaction in south korea depends on people's age outlook doesn't it yeah that's right actually i think the older you are the longer you've been watching the story play out the more skeptical they seem to be i'm actually asked the demilitarized zone right by what's thing called a peace concert which is being attended by many many younger south koreans if you can imagine and they feel very positive and certainly yesterday as well we had another positive news there was a a red cross meeting that took place on the east coast of north korea where it was decided that reunions of divided families families have been separated for many decades by the korean war would take place in august so there are a number of positive news that seem to be maintaining momentum towards peace but still here of course many people are very skeptical they've been here before and it has worked out the way that they wanted it to so fi long in south korea twenty past the hour is the world hitting back and how badly will it hurts that's one of the questions many asking about the titfortat trade tariffs coming into effect between the united states and the likes of the european union china india and turkey on friday duties of two point eight billion euros worth of american goods came into force in the european union tariffs were imposed on products such as bourbon motorcycles and orange juice it comes after the trump administration announced in march it would introduce tariffs of twenty five percent on steel and ten percent on aluminium imported into the us mr trump is argued that global oversupply of steel and aluminium driven by china threatens vital american steel and aluminium produces and there is no exemption for the european union william brooke the former senator from tennessee has been closely involved in setting up the world trade organization and he was also secretary of labor and trade he he i asked him if he thought a trade war had already begun it's hard to be precise but it certainly has all the warning signs we've had for ten minutes shots fired to ignore and the has it is very that the work could become something more than a skirmish and move to a much larger consequence which is what i think worries most of us as we look at the trade world you must have seen many cycles of trade policy in your career you must remember what protectionism was like and when it happened well protectionism has been because of global disasters going all the way back almost a hundred years when we literally through the world and the ten year depression i think what we have seen in subsequent years is a world that literally led by the united states and europe and more recently japan canada has tried very hard to lay down the foundation for rules dispute seven mechanisms that will avert something like that so our occasional battles have been between a couple of countries that have issues on an individual item whether it was japanese automobiles back in the eighties or whatever and we were able to resolve those disputes because we had in place systems that allow us to operate under a dispute settlement mechanism which you've been crafted by the industrial democracies do you think taking down trade barriers ever worked because mr trump would say there were lots of us redundant manufacturing workers who disagree global trade as has been.

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"william brookes" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"william brookes" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Try on a pair today now we got a game and we'll see what the chargers can come back with or four philadelphia if they can sustain a drive they can stop any moment of the charter's mighty gain eagles have had a lot of success run in the football specially rift with europe want and back in the game right now you've been pounding the la charger four carries 23 art so far for want of you don't want to network on his own offset to the left he did take a handoff from the draw from the gun and he will get another two or three r chapter contact out to the thirty one yard line maybe even a thirty two six or seven on the first down run really is incredible certain guys like blood able to run work that style for as long as you had to think about guys like what more shawn lynch i mean they're just trading blows rip defenders gotta wear you down but he still doing it at a high level sat hurts the tight end to the left to the right one more wide left one stays in the game second down in three from their own 32 pump fake how much rose towards the right side line and it's incomplete looking for al sean jeffrey good coverage over there by casey hayward they get a lot of faith in kcna work because they're there just put him manda man on al sean jeffrey what sees it not exactly sure what that throw was all about because he didn't leave sean jeffrey down the sideline but it wasn't really a back shoulder throw either not ideal accuracy there from wet sleep you wanna be other so now third down and three from their thirty two in charger trying to force a three and out after their first score three to the right now comes in motion to the left from the god whence his back looking left quick throw out of the back felt small would ever a down pushed out of bounds shy of midfield at about a forty five yard line by trevor williams brooke peterson is nbc read disciple they of always love get the ball back out of the backfield and that was just to reason immune the chargers setback at his own it's almost like they were conceding the first down to forty four after the swing passed a.

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"william brookes" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"william brookes" Discussed on WCHS

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"william brookes" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"william brookes" Discussed on WCHS

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"william brookes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"william brookes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And now we check the fourday wbz accuweather forecast and here's accu weather meteorologist elliot abrams sunshine and patchy clouds today the high eighty nine tonight partly cloudy low fifty nine outlying areas to 66 downtown tomorrow independence day sunny to partly cloudy not as warm lawyer humanity the high eighty dry tomorrow evening for the boston pops firework spectacular temperatures in the mid to upper 70s during those hours wednesday nice with sunshine and patchy clouds high seventy nine thursday partly sunny high eighty one i'm accuweather meteorologist elliot abrams wbz news radio 1030 71 a norwood 73 and hang them sixty nine in boston nbc news time five thirty five pete freight ease the of the ice bucket fame is back in the hospital this morning in a post on facebook his family rights pete is at mass general hospital and we quote battling this beast a ls like a superhero unquote the post asks people for their prayers and love what they call the best medicine former captain of the boston college baseball team inspired the ice bucket chairman which raised more than two hundred million dollars four a l s research a wetterthannormal spring in the northeast as behind a bumper crop of mosquitoes as american's begin grilling and enjoying now door activities the northeast regional climate center at cornell university reports it was the fourth wettest spring on record from west virginia to main and that's raising concerns about a corresponding spike and mosquito borne illnesses police say a connecticut man faces charges for his role in a fire works explosion the cause demand to lose part of his arm last year the republican american reports that william brooke shire was arraigned last friday on charges alleging that he helped to organize a party and fireworks display using illegal fireworks in har wynton that was back on july night of 2016 police say a pipe bomb was detonated and that injured derek dooley we'll check business news next on wbz the.

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"william brookes" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"william brookes" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"They could vastly different farewell could though it'll be interesting they they're in a great position and then you say they have a brooklyn's pick in two thousand they gloat or they can have it next year kenny i know you the reason why the reason why they can do that is because they're just states swapping they don't have the pick what they did are all god it brooklyn's got the 27th picker whatever they should they just it was the right to swallow all the rights is a technicality to get around this whole thing is they don't get the pig they just get the right to swap the pick which i think you're going to see more and more in the league is leaks has cake lose it two years next year to they have the pick they just have the pick of the right to swap again either war i got a double check that but they they either habit of they can swap it whenever the case may be the right to swap to yes have the right to swap two years in a row because that's what happened this year this year with us right to swap because brooklyn now is a twenty seven so i think that's the way around this rule now is here's the right to swap so they're not lose a pig is brooklyn now instead of picking one is picking 27th same thing next year they're gonna suck next year tune that her is what are they gonna do no one signing in brooklyn because are terrible and then in the 27th pick isn't hardly gaining they're gonna stink again in in the celtics in another pick potential in the top let three five one whatever that's for her to all that spurt aware what a brutal charade red as brutal broker of get it done fuzzy sas today they somebody reprint of the sl in two thousand thirteen or fourteen whenever that trade and it said who wants to play these guys ahead picture of garden net pierce darren williams brooke lopez whoever the hell the entertainment was like david who they're gonna win the title issue like dates groups moves the pulp here's was awesome yesterday that thing he's like you're welcome walked out on our way out the door bothered i gave you one more gift for you was pretty cool with.

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"william brookes" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"william brookes" Discussed on WEEI

"The number three overall selection they had an opportunity to get one or two but they wind up getting three which is good falling in the top three because there was actually a possibility for them to fall below the top three but they exercise their right to switch with sacramento they get into the top three congratulations cross the process it works out and speaking of the process oh man that trade between the celtics and the brooklyn nets it's unbelievable how much that is still hey off for the celtics he was one of the worst trades ever in the history of basketball or all of sports the nets got kevin's get let's scott kevin garnett paul pierce jason terry end dj white so they got your pearson gardener towards the latter part of their careers and the reason is because they need to compete right away immediately they finish their first season in brooklyn after moving from jersey the joe johnson dare williams brooke lopez and by bringing in garden in pierce that was an opportunity to go for it all but garnett was thirty seven years old pierce was thirty six years old and jason terry was not the jason terry that we've all seen be effective on winning teams so boston said sure check these guys off our hands and in exchange the celtics got gerald wallace chris humphries marchand brooks chris joseph keith bargains and three first round picks twenty fourteen twenty sixteen toward the eighteen plus the right to swap first rounders in twenty seventeen and that is where we are today folks where the boston celtics who are playing in the eastern conference finals have the number one overall pick in the upcoming nba draft end because they still own the next twenty eighteen first round pick and the nets are going to be a crappy team again in what seventeen twenty eighteen there's a chance that this celtics team could again have a top three pick boy that was highway robbery the rich just get richer when it comes to the boston celtics eight five five three two three four nbc it's eight five five three two three four six due to and now the questions start to come about who will be the number one overall selection i've been on record you guys.

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