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Philadelphia Eagles interviewing Washington Football Team DB coach Chris Harris for DC job
"Naturally After After the Eagles made the higher Of Nick Syriani. Started wanting yourself. I will. What's the staff going to be? You know, looking like here? I wonder who's gonna hire Willie Go with a veteran coordinator on the offensive side. What happens on the defensive side, etcetera, so In Rapoport rap sheet at rap sheet from the NFL network. Tweeted out about nine minutes ago that the Eagles are interviewing Washington football team defensive backs coach Chris Harris for their vacant defensive coordinator job. According to a source hey describes him. Rappaport does as a fast rising coach. Harris also played eight years in the NFL. So There's a name. Um You know? Certainly again. I always say when we're when we're talking about this kind of stuff, um Yeah. Even though the name doesn't blow you away doesn't mean that person isn't necessarily The right choice for the gig. Right? I mean, you know, certainly someone who I would think they I'm not saying they want to go like completely away. From Jim Schwartz. I don't mean schematically, but maybe Personality wise approach Y so Harris is he'll be 39 in August, Always 38 years old. He's AH D backs coach for the Washington football team. He was drafted by the Bears in the sixth round in 2005 played his college ball. Louisiana Monroe. He was on the Panthers, the Lions and the Jags. As well S O. That's his background. He, you know, kind of bounced around during his career. He's coached in Chicago, He was hired his defensive quality coach, and that's the way a lot of guys start under John Fox. 2013. He then went to the Chargers in 2016. I'm guessing this is where he and Syriani cross cross paths. With the Chargers. They were there at the same time aunt he joined the Washington football team as the defensive backs coach this past season under Ron Rivera, so That's the little quick bio the quick M O there on on Chris Harris. So that's what we're looking at. There
Hank Aaron, Baseball’s Home Run King Who Defied Racism, Dies at 86
"Unfortunately, on this Friday, I start with some really sad news. Incredibly sad news with reports that Henry Hank Aaron has passed away at the age of 86. Now when you talk about Titans when you talk about icons when you talk about heroes You better talk about Hank Aaron. Because Hank was all of that, and he was so much more. When Hank Aaron was a rookie in March of 1954. He got to start an exhibition game against the Red Sox, Terrance Moore wrote in the A. J. C quote. Already possessed of dramatic timing. At the age of 20, the rookie promptly drilled a ball that carry the wall flew over a roller trailers parked outside the Sarasota Park and reverberated so loudly in the Red Sox clubhouse. That the great Ted Williams emerged, as Aaron recalled quote wanting to know who would Woz who could make a bat sound that way when it hit a baseball end quote. Of Teddy ballgame. If Ted Williams is coming out of the clubhouse to find out who could make a bat and a ball sound like that, then that's pretty much all you need to know about Hank Aaron's greatness. But there is more a lot more like this moment. Non 7 14. Here's the pitch by downing swinging. There's a drive in the left center field that ball is gonna pay. Outta here. It's done. It's 7 15. There's a new home run champion of all time on it's Henry Aaron. Works. They're going. Henry Aaron is coming around third, his teammates right home plate and listen to this crowd. One of the greatest moments in the history of the game. Hank Aaron passing Babe Ruth as the all time home run King. And then, of course, Aaron would go on to break the all time record for home runs. But if that's all you think about when you think about Hank Aaron, you are missing out. It was so much more to Aaron than that. He's the all time leader and runs batted in the all time leader in extra base hits the all time leader in total bases. He's fourth and run, scored third and hits Nothing about that. The man who was known for home runs is third all time and hits Pirro's Ty Cobb and then Hank Aaron. But 20 time All Star three time Gold Glove winner, a two time batting champ. Ah first ballot Hall family. I mean, similar to Wayne Gretzky and that it's easy to forget just how good he was at everything. Is Ernie Johnson said quote. There's always been a great comparison between William A's and Hank Aaron. I think a Los Angeles writer said it best when we were playing out there and the guy wrote quote Hank Aaron does everything that Willie Mays does. But his cap doesn't fall off.
Timothée Chalamet reportedly eyed to play Willy Wonka in new prequel
"There's a new willy wonka movie in the works that will hit theaters in twenty twenty three. It'll be a prequel to that's going to focus on young willie wonka and his advisors before opening his famous chocolate factory. Gene wilder played wonka and the original johnny. Depp also played wonka now. Collider is reporting that timothy. Shallow may is one of the young actors being looked at for the lead role. I love that
Show 48 "Pals for over 60 years" Willie Tyler & Lester - burst 02
"The thing part is it's fine makes you feel good the music's playing and you singing. That's one and it goes. It goes well with the comedy. I think you know. A lot of comedy variety shows would have comic and then a singer and they do tend to work well together but lester. You're one of the few professionals that pull off both comedy and singing so brilliantly bragging. When working with motown i still watch. Tv wondering watch little stevie wonder back in those days and all the temptations. And i learned. I learned from them as watch. You can watch the music and and everything like that. It made me feel made me feel real Willie i know. You're still in the room does we. Don't speak here. you're both there so did did the watching those guys kinda help train you as well as lester. Yes it's it was fun to do the fun things about singing music. Music is like Like let's see rachel was very charles. Ninetieth birthday anniversary is in september. Twenty third and it was like we did a a video a tribute to him on on his website celebrating his ninetieth birthday on that in that particular. Little thing that we did we talked about his songs and songs made you feel good. It makes you feel sad and it and it made you. You know it and that's the same kind of thing with music music and be You know put particular song can make you feel make you jump up and down and dance and another one can make the to sit down and think about what happened yesteryear. What happened that. you know. Years before music connects with people's emotions. And that's why So many people like to sing and enjoy singing. And what's interesting is that you were a very talented are very talented singer. But you are a tremendous stand comic I know lester you had some great jokes in those days. The punchline and he used to he was straight man. I was the guy that did remember you being funnier than willie. That's good will i. I had one more question for leicester. If you've got a minute leicester back back in one thousand nine hundred eighty five you me and willie work together on a fox forty tv special a one hour show and we had you and willie as the host of that show. We had some very big names. Like dave clear and dana carvey on that show but what was interesting. Lester is i let you drive my pink cadillac as part of the opening of this show. Have you done a lot of driving. That was that was first. I and last time. Well it you can see why it's my last time i got to tell you. We do have all that on tape and it was really exciting in a little scary for me as the owner leicester i gotta be honest. Have you driving my car. But i was the big car. Yeah that was. That was a big pink convertible. It was an amazing car bed. You did a great job driving it and even though it was a little little sketchy you're a little heavy on the break There was no damage. And i just want to say thank you but i did. I was able to stop though. Oh yeah oh yeah you did in fact if you remember you kind of fun forward and willie had to save you. Yeah got right in front of the club almost late. that's why we'll say It was a real honor having you and willie as emc of that show. It was our first of three tv shows. We did too short series. One for abc nbc. But it was the fox one hour special having you is the professional. Mc really added some validity in in style in class to that first production. So thank you. That was a fun night. You don't we really like that club because this idea you know. The club was downstate. Well it's sort of hard to explain but it's down. It was downstairs basement. Level rate shows at the shows. People would go upstairs. We had a little magic stuff going on right and people go up there after the shows when we would hang out a also and But place to be. I
Boston Bruins to retire the jersey of Willie O'Ree, who broke the NHL's color barrier
"Will retire the Jersey number, 22 warned by the NHL's equivalent of Jackie Robinson before their game February 18th against New Jersey. Willie O'Ree broke the NHL color barrier in January of 1958. Played two games that season with the Bruins and 43 more in the 1960 61 season, then went on to become one of the Western leagues, all time greats over 12 seasons with both the Los Angeles Blades and the San Diego goals, inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame two years ago. 85 years old now still working for the NHL as a goodwill ambassador and promoting diversity within the sport
Bruins retiring jersey of NHL barrier breaker Willie O'Ree
"The man who broke the NHL's color barrier is taking his place in the Boston garden rafters as the Bruins announced they will retire the number twenty two of Willie re re became the first black player to play in the NHL when he suited up for the Bruins on January eighteenth nineteen fifty eight against the rival Canadians when I arrived in Montreal and I got together with bill Smith and Daniel Patrick and they said well we have we dropped out because we think you could add a little something to the team he says your your brunch that what he says and just go play your game and go with it don't worry about anything else the now eighty five year old re played forty five games over two seasons with the Bruins he was inducted into the hockey hall of fame in two thousand eighteen I'm guessing Coolbaugh
Bruins to retire number of Willie O'Ree, who broke NHL's color barrier
"With with Boston Boston Bruins Bruins in in 1958. 1958. Was getting the ultimate tribute from the Bruins organization. Willie O'Ree is getting his number retired. He wore number 22 for the Bruins, and he broke the color barrier at age 23 Willie O'Ree was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame for his extraordinary building of the game during and post NHL career. This was a speech three years ago. We are not done way have barriers to break And knocked down opportunities to give his number. 22 will be lifted to the rafters in February. No fans will be in the stands, of course, but Willie O'Ree is more concerned with the greater good of the game. Anyway, When you return to your communities, take a look around. Find a young boy or girl who needs the opportunity to play hockey. Give it to them, and they'll be honored again. When fans eventually do get back into the stands, Whether you're rejoining
Biden chooses Boston Mayor Walsh as Labor secretary
"Landscape is about to undergo some major changes in Boston. Who better to talk about it. Then WBC news radio nightside host Dan Ray Morning, Dan Good morning, Charlie. Happy Sunday morning to you Happy Sunday morning to you, too. We've got Marty Walsh, nominated for Labor Secretary By Joe Biden. We've got Kim Janey will succeed Marty Walsh upon nomination, and then we've got Michelle Woo Andrea Campbell in the mix running for mayor. What's next? Well, I think what's next is gonna be Boston Police commissioner Really gross announcing sometime as early as later this week that he has decided to throw his hat into the ring as well, Um s so It's very close to really gross reached out to me last night and told me that he is the police commissioner's 90% of the way. They're just checking off with a couple of family members to make sure that everybody is on board. On that we will have another candidate who does not have political experience per se, like flying law enforcement officer Lifetime law enforcement officer who has risen through the rags. I happen to think Probably Mayor Walsh is single, most effective appointment during his administration as the as the police commissioner about to decide that he's going to try to take one step further and, um, add mayor to his resume. With the lack of political experience, Dan is that beneficial in this day and age or is it hurtful? I think it's very exciting is very beneficial to girls with the Charlie because I think that people have looked at him truly is a public servant. A lot of politicians will save me a public servants. They're public servants. They're public servants, but what they're doing is they're looking for political office, maybe to become a stepping stone to another political office. I think really, grass is very committed to the city of Boston. The people no city of Boston, he started great job is the police commissioner. We had the good fortune of having some fine police commissioner's A Davis, of course, comes to mind. Uh, the heavens brothers and Willie Grass has continued that great tradition of law enforcement and I think that he knows the city as well as anybody. He's been around this city. And law enforcement of the city of Boston is is a very important issue, because frankly, Boston has done so well in that area than other other major cities around the country. I think I think that he's a natural, and I think you'll be a very strong political candidate. First time out of the box. Do you think, with William Grass jumping into the fray? Will that keep others who may have thought about running for mayor on the sidelines? I think it would force other people think about it. But I certainly don't think that the announced candidates Michelle will where Andre Campbell or maybe another one or two would back away because I'm sure they will look at him and say, Well, he's a police commission. He's not a politician, but I think frankly, that is gonna win no to his benefit being a police commission and someone with hands on experience. In every community in every every nook and cranny of Boston. Well, we'll have to see what it's a big step. Obviously, for someone you gotta. He has to raise funds to run a campaign. I'm also told that he has received a lot of support. From members significant people within the Boston community. You know, you may want to call them the people who are the backbone of the community business people who have indicated to him that they would like to see him run as well. So I think he has. He's got a wellspring of support of the community. That is that he hasn't even tap yet. And I think I think he will be a formidable candidate. If he decides to actually make this announcement that I'm told he is 90% certain he will make some time. Perhaps as early as later this week. Alright,
Kevin Feige's 'Star Wars' Movie to Be Written By 'Doctor Strange 2' and 'Loki' Writer Michael Waldron
"Kevin feige his star wars stuff he was. You know there's always news about him. Doing star. wars movie was as dream. Kevin feige the the leader of marvel. He will be doing a stars movie and it will be along with doctor. Strange to doctor strange in the multi verse of madness Writer michael waldron who. We found out falls upon us on twitter. I don't know if your listener. Mr waldron who also is doing loki. Assure star wars movie with kevin feige listener. Let's let's get him on the pot did bring him. Dougherty to is a producer. Let's don't take my avatar walden joke either. So we we saw today. I don't know if he's barstool fan but yeah. If you're a listener go please come on. Let's talk about this. We'll talk about anything. But he's a star wars movie tapped to right. He's got a big deal now. Overall deal with disney obviously that's three separate entities for disney awesome. Good for him grads to that And then of course kevon foggy called the see him doing a star wars. Always kinda rumors could kevin feige takeover kathleen kennedy ever step down or she just kind of ran out of interest in doing. It seems it's more fabric baloney thing that's going to happen. Seems as though they're the ones who are going to be kind of leading the charge leading the way though catherine kennedy still there obviously as they've Just completely overhauled. How they're going to look at star wars mostly through series now with some movies And the other star wars news. This this is more of a rumor. It's been shot down that route donor. Junior won't play admiral thron however they've said that robert junior has been looked at for a star wars role in the future which makes sense because now stars and sitting that marvel thing with there's so many future properties they're gonna probably have some actors and actors that people are like. Oh that's that's quite the big name That would be a big one forever. Junior joining star wars would be quite the big name and actually. I don't think he would be a great thrown thrown of an intriguing. I still think. Speaking of the mickelson's i still think wars. Nicholson just play the character. He voiced willie because he was just the perfect of i can't think of another thrown voice But to cool pieces of star wars news here both marvel related. I think we should call them I think what a coin now for. This is the f. Cubed baloney favreau and fi. so the f. cubed alliance i think is gonna make a lot of great stores content in the future and i think that the one thing that Foggy is really going to add to this. As far as the stars movie universe cohesion right. The vendors undertaking is an insane thing. Really in retrospect like we look back on him. Like i made a bunch from the cool right but like to kind of loop together. All his moves into cohesive matter and not only that but like kind of build and make the franchise so much better as went along. I think is extremely impressive. And the fact that he's able to make these movies without feeling superhero fatigue is also even more impressive. And that's where. I think marvel in and star wars are kind of in the same lane as far as like you know when it will. When is it too much like when you down content. I think he he knows what he's doing. In that
Well-preserved Ice Age woolly rhino found in Siberia
"And ice age. Willie Rhino, with many of its internal organs still intact, has been recovered from permafrost and Russia's extreme North. Scientists say the carcass is among the best preserved wooly rhinos specimens found to date Recent years have seen major discoveries of mammoths and other animals as the permafrost increasingly melts across vast areas of Siberia because of global warming. Scientists estimate the specimen has 20,000 to 50,000 years old and waiting for ice roads in the Arctic region to become passable to deliver the right now to a lab so they can study it some more.
The Only Counter To Expectations Is Communication
"William shakespeare is attributed with the quote. That expectations are the root of all holiday. Which makes sense. People have expectations. Those expectations aren't mid end up being disappointed and the only possibility. I think you have of countering. Expectations is to communicate in fact probably to over communicate because a lot of us think we understand. What are people won't understand what our customers want. We understand what our employees want. But we never really can be sure and so the only possibility that you have countering that heartache of countering that not delivering on those expectations is to communicate an example. That happened this week where we were talking about the bonuses for this year and it seemed pretty obvious to me that nobody would possibly expect a bonus but as it was pointed out to me. Well actually there were a couple of people. Thought we might. We might be getting a bonus this year and so the only way to jump in early and counter those disappointed expectations or unmet. Expectations is to communicate the fact that you not be transparent about all the reasons why and just communicate the fact that. I'm not able to meet your expectation. If in fact that was your expectation so just a little lesson in in transparency in communication. Because that's the only way really that. I think you'll at least have a chance of avoiding failing to meet those expectations which will result in as willie. Shakespeare said heartache. Already that is for today. I do thank you for your time. And i will be back again tomorrow.
Good Riddance Day' Marked In New York City's Times Square: Folks Who've Had It With 2020 Sound Off
"Riddance. Stay in Times Square The day that people write down the thing they most want to put behind them in the new year and then shred it. I'm going on for a while and boys that appropriate this year in 2020. The tradition has taken on a new importance, and it's also turned virtual well. He's sticking in the shredder. Drop it in goodbye, Covert 19. Times Square, New Year's Eve host Jonathan Bennett. Accepting one submission from Willie, who lives in the Bronx. What do you want to say? Good riddance to do all the low ones are dying alone and your city hospitals and everyone will. Others submitted their thoughts online, saying good riddance to things like isolation and loneliness and political divisiveness. Times Square Alliance President Kim Tompkins. People always want to say, you know, good read into that relationship that didn't work out or that bill I had or the cancer that I got through, But this year, it's so different in terms of this think of people's feelings. Also, they smashed the 2020 Pignon to In the shape of a hand with an outstretched middle finger.
The Story of Auld Lang Syne
"Well when this time of year rolls around you probably will hear one song and one song in particular seemingly over and over again. Quick note here. I was listening to my christmas traditional songs. And i kept hearing it. But what song am i talking about. Well i just told you old. Elaine sign it does have a rather big nostalgia meaning to it and along with it here in the united states. A bit of sadness and usually marks an emotional scene or we action. The song. old lang sign was originally written in scottish. When taken apart and put back together again. An- actually means old long sense and is translated yet again to mean all times sake or for the sake of old times this song that is mostly sung and means the emotional conclusion to another year. And don't we need that. It also means that one must remember people from their past and raise a toast to them. Originally it was written many many years ago as a scottish celebration song. Old lang zayn is actually a scottish language. Written by robert burns in seventeen eighty eight and set to the tune of a traditional folk song. But did you know that. In the netherlands. It is a soccer anthem and in japan. It is a song about firefly's and and south korea. It was the national anthem until nineteen forty eight. It is known as being easily adaptable and mostly all musical styles. That is why it is so cool but at its core it is well known and many countries especially in the english speaking world. It's traditional use. Being to bid farewell to the old year at the stroke of midnight on new year's eve it is also sung at funerals graduations and as a farewell or ending to other asians the international scouting movement in many countries uses it to close jamborees and other functions and a little note here when i was watching the crown on netflix day. Sung it when they said goodbye to the prime minister. Certainly most of us know the song old lang zayn but to quote from the first stanza of the english version of the james watson ballad. Here it goes should be aware since be forgot and never thought upon the flames of love extinguished and fully past and gone is thy sweetheart now grown so cold that loving breast of nine the thou cast never once reflect on old lang zayn in scotland. It is common practice that everyone joins hands with the person next to them. To form a great circle around the dance floor at the beginning of the last verse. Everyone crosses their arms across their breast so that the right hand reaches out to the neighbor on the left side and vice versa win the tune ends everyone rushes to the middle while still holding hands when the circle is re established everyone turns under the arms to end up facing outward with hands still joined in countries other than scotland. The hands are often crossed from the beginning of the song at variance with scottish custom. And did you know. The scottish practice was demonstrated by queen elizabeth second at the millennium dome celebrations for the year. Two thousand some press outlets berated her for not properly crossing her arms. She was unaware that she was incorrectly. Following the scottish tradition and because of its easy tune and melody it was also used as a song to signify for the war to end having the title. I wish the war was over and it was a popular anti-slavery song entitled fling out. The anti slavery flag both were using old anxiety as the basis for those songs. If you listen closely you can hear the song all lang sign and many movies too. Well did you know that these movies are we willie winkle a nineteen thirty seven. Shirley temple movie when her character sings to console a dying soldier. Mr smith goes to washington the nineteen thirty nine movie. Ocean's eleven the original of nineteen sixty as background music and the poseidon adventure one of my favorites that was made in nineteen seventy two ghostbusters and nineteen eighty nine. When harry met sally in nineteen eighty nine as well forrest gump in nineteen ninety four and elf and two thousand and three and most notably the very last song that is in the movie. It's a wonderful life with jimmy stewart. It is after all probably the best feel good ending in a classic movie ever with plenty of emotion for the main character at the last scene of the movie which brings george bailey the main character to tears as he acknowledges how great life really is and it is always at the stroke of midnight composer guy lombardi would play it on the radio and continued the tradition for fifty years afterwards. Dick clark took it up to play at the stroke of midnight on. Dick clark's new year's rocking eve. Every year and new york city as the big ball dropped at the stroke of midnight but after dick clark retired from the show ryan. Seacrest did the same at the stroke of midnight every year. They all had something in common with playing the song. It was an remembrance of those that came before and at the same time to mark the new year. All the fans and celebrators would sing along to the classic song so this year twenty twenty when the clock strikes. Twelve a m sing along to this classic song. Even if you don't know all the words we are indeed saying goodbye to twenty twenty
Second stimulus check: Will you get $2,000, $600 or nothing?
"Willie or won't he? President Trump is signaling a potential veto of a massive coronavirus relief package, with many Americans hoping for relief. Nina's Day. Look, court quit. Terra is following it for ABC News and spoke with Cuomo's Bill O'Neill. It is this is not a simple as it appears. On the surface, it seems many Democrats are lining up with the president's calls for bigger relief checks for Americans. That's right. So we saw a House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, shortly after President Trump put out that Twitter video in which he signaled he would not be signing the deal and beat Expressed dissatisfaction with the deal specifically when it comes to the stimulus checks. He's like those stimulus checks to be increased from the current $600 to $2000. Shortly after that. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi did release a statement saying that she and Democrats were on board with that, she said, Let's do it. Democrats all along has been pushing to spend more money here. Her initial figure that she did Put forward was at $1.3 Trillion proposal. It was Republicans that have been opposed to spending even more money. So it is. It is whole thing. This whole kind of twist. You know this new development of President Trump signaling he won't On this deal really is, I think, Put Republicans in a tricky spot. And weirdly you do have Democrats now align themselves with President Trump. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is putting forward A not an amendment. They can't actually amend this deal because it has already passed both chambers but the House and Senate so she's putting forward a standalone bill that would need unanimous consent. You could be introducing that on the House floor on Thursday would need to unanimously passed. The House unanimously passed the Senate that Seems unlikely to happen. But Democrats do support sending out more money and it's going to put Republicans in a tricky spot is going to put this deal would have to pass Thehyperfix again unanimously so anyone Republican could come forward and and opposed the bill and essentially to doubt the bill. Even if the bill were to pass the House. That same thing would have to happen in the Senate, so all senators would have to be on board and Republican senators have repeatedly expressed You know, concerned with something out large checks of Republicans find themselves in a situation where they're going to have to publicly break with the president. Is there any sense of this new alliance with the president and the Democrats could help withstand a veto override effort. Yes, it was interesting. Actually, The bill was passed with a veto proof majority in both chambers, both the House and the Senate. So even if the president does veto the bill, the bill could still pass. The real concern here is that the right now and have where things stand is that the Senate hasn't actually said the president, the bill, they're still going through kind of technicalities there. Once the Senate wants the president gets the bill. He could then decide to veto it again. He hasn't outright said that he would veto it. But he certainly indicating that that's a possibility that the president vetoes the bill. He then has to send it back Torus, and that's one Congress would override his veto, and that's the whole process. In another self, But the president could kind of hang on to the bill. And that's where the concern is that one he could hang onto the bill. But also to that he might just think this is a whole process might just take too long. And remember, this bill is part of the funding bills. So the code 19 bill is part of a larger funding bill that so called omnibus deal that has until the 28th of December to pass if they're not able to pass that. Well by then, then the government will shut down. But the concern is that this could ultimately worst case scenario. Kick off the government. Shut down A bee season is delicate terror with us on that come on his line, and that's coming was Bill O'Neill.
Philadelphia's SEPTA Union Says Quarantine Leave Policy Not Enough
"City transit workers are considering suing SEPTA over the agency's covert quarantine policy is cable. Nobody's Mike the daughter reports. Union leaders say the policy may motivate workers head to the job. While sick center gives workers full pay for the first two quarantines they may need to take to prevent the spread of covert 19. But transport workers union local to 30 forehead, Willie Brown says, if there's a 3rd 14 day quarantine Employees have to use sick time at half pay of you are creating situation. You encouraging people to come to work sick. Then what about my family Accepted has used federal money to cover the cost of the first two quarantines, says the authorities, assistant general manager for operations got sour. We've offered that pretty well since April. On DFI were than 100. People have have used up all 160 hours. Sour, says SEPTA has been losing a million dollars a day during the pandemic. SEPTA assistant GM Fran Kelly says the authority wants to avoid a legal battle. The last thing we want to do is end up in a courtroom. Where we're trying to deal with this local to 34 cents SEPTA a letter about the quarantine pay issue last week, Sour says so far except a hasn't formally responded.
SEPTA Union Says Quarantine Leave Policy Not Enough
"Workers considering filing a lawsuit against stepped over the transit agency's covert restrictions. This capability is Mike DiNardo reports. Union leaders say the policy may motivate workers to be on the job, while sick said that gives workers full pay for the first two quarantines they may need to take to prevent the spread of covert 19. But Transport workers union local to 30 forehead, Willie Brown says. If there's a 3rd 14 day, quarantine employees have to use sick time at half pay of you create a situation where you encourage people to come to work sick. Then what about my family Accepted has used federal money to cover the cost of the first two quarantines, says the authorities, assistant general manager for operations got sour. We've offered that pretty well since April. On DFI were than 100. People have have used up all 160 hours. Sour, says SEPTA has been losing a million dollars a day during the pandemic. SEPTA assistant GM Fran Kelly says the authority wants to avoid a legal battle. The last thing we want to do is end up in a courtroom. Where we were trying to deal with this local to 34 cents SEPTA a letter about the quarantine pay issue last week, Sour says so far, SEPTA hasn't formally responded.
Boston Police Sergeant Placed On Leave
"Is on leave now, after some body cam footage depicting alleged police misconduct went viral WBC's match, Shearer has more. The video shows the police sergeant allegedly bragging about hitting protesters with his cruiser. But Attorney Carlton Williams says he isn't even sure if that's the officer. That's on leave. I could show you three sergeant such to be on leave in that that video. video. Carl Carl first first obtain obtain that that footage footage a a couple couple months months ago. ago. Since Since May, May, he's he's been been defending defending some some of of the the protesters protesters who who were were arrested arrested while while demanding demanding justice justice for for George George Floyd. Floyd. An An assistant assistant D D A. A. Sent Sent him him over over 66 66 hours hours worth of body Cam footage from that night and tried to started clicking through and immediately became aware like there's a lot of stuff in here, that's gonna be rich. He released several clips to the appeal dot or prompting bpd Commissioner William Cross to put a sergeant on leave and launch an investigation to Carl. That's not enough. Willie drops should be on TV saying We're going to release All of the body camera footage so people can see what my police officers to do that. Shearer WBZ
Boston Police Sergeant Placed On Leave
"Say an officer is now on leave after some body Cam footage depicted alleged police misconduct when viral here's more from WBC's match year video shows a police sergeant allegedly bragging about hitting protesters with his cruiser. But Attorney Carlton Williams says he isn't even sure if that's the officer. That's on leave. I could show you three sergeant such to be on leave in that video. Carl first obtain that footage a couple months ago. Since May, he's been defending some of the protesters who were arrested while demanding justice for George Floyd. An assistant D A. Sent him over 66 hours worth of body Cam footage from that night and tried to started clicking through and immediately became aware like there's a lot of stuff in here, that's gonna be rich. He released several clips to the appeal dot org's prompting bpd Commissioner William Cross to put a sergeant on leave and launch an investigation to Carl. That's not enough. Willie drops should be on TV saying We're going to release All of the body camera footage so people can see what my police officers and do that. Shearer
"willie k" Discussed on What It Takes
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"Includes the mayor of san francisco and the piano. Vian paired juggler using. It's gonna rain on us. It never comes down willie brown but one time he played a senator not really unlike himself in a very famous film directed by the very famous francis. Ford coppola and starring. Well too many people to name how. 'bout godfather three. What was that like well that came about in a very unusual way. it was. I think nine thousand nine hundred eighty nine somewhere in that neighborhood. It was being shock in rome. Just outside rome to be exact in france's ghulam known for years Was having all kinds of trouble with the guy that he had planned. Senator and a black guy was playing the senator and he kept yelling at the black guy apparently asked the question presented the way willie brown would present it any kept pounding a guy that way and little a whole finally the guy turned mccain exasperated as artistic. People are sometimes inclined to do. And he did say mr francis. Why don't you just use willie brown and not me any walked off the set and it's small part but it's with al pacino mystical to the franks. Thank you very much contribution on the win and we need your help on. Sam wallace's candidacy for judge. You can use judge thank you. Nobody could play a willie brown type politician better than willie brown and honestly he's more of a mythic character in real life than on screen. Mary jordan interviewer could have listened to him for hours. Tell stories from back in the day but she also wanted to hear his take on. Today's issues there's a lot of talk these days about the demise of california the once great state you housing's too expensive. There's millions of acres that have gone up in fire. There's homelessness to a degree. We've never seen. What do you think about the state of california as we sit here and twenty twenty. It's not as good as it should be clearly. We need to be four more attentive to the differences existing and our system in our society. When i walked into san francisco. Nine thousand nine hundred fifty one. You could not become a police officer of your black. you could not become firemen. If you're a black you did not have access to civil service. There was no black person holding public office. We did all those things over the twenty or so years from fifty one to seventy one so and we were focused on achieving that goal. I believe the whole issue of poverty can be adjusted in the same fashion. I believe the issue of drug addiction can be done. The same factual alcoholism can be done in the same fashion but it requires an incredible dedication but whole of people to go from one thousand nine hundred fifty one. When willie brown. I arrived in san francisco to one thousand nine hundred seventy five. When george mosconi got elected to the may of san francisco. We have some bottomless things. But what's the difference now. It's very clear the problems now as it as it was in the fifties and sixties is the difference that you were able to work with republicans. Famously got along with ronald reagan and arnold schwarzenegger when they were governors. I mean what is a better example in those. You understand that democrats did not elect me speaker democrats participated. I got fifty one. Votes forty-one required. I got fifty one votes speakership out of eighty twenty eight of those votes from republicans. There were thirty. Two republicans twenty eight of them voted for me. There was forty eight democrats. only twenty. Three of them voted for me. So for my ascendancy to the speakership job which i l twice as long as any other human being epa in the history of california the best anybody ever done on that score was seven years i did fourteen and a half years as speaker. The combination of republicans and democrats the whole membership for the first time in the history california elevated me to the speakership. Are we ever going to go back to those days where someone s totally and completely necessary the business of simply being of one political party in a one political persuasion does work. You've got to be prepared to have a problem. Addressed in a way that affects all people whether they're republicans. Democrats green party members independence. You've got to do it. In such a way that in embraces the life and the response for money and that takes some real dedicated energy you personally demonstrating your willingness to do it but let me ask you about homelessness. Because they're ten cities now all over the city. And in your inauguration you famously fed thousands of homeless people so homelessness is not a new problem but it seems to be bigger and more visible is there. What's the way forward for san francisco. How did this get better bill. More housing and stop allowing it to be built on about nonprofits put prophet making into the house building business with the obligation.
"willie k" Discussed on What It Takes
"These days. Willie brown no longer needs shield. He's eighty six and has been retired from politics since two thousand four when term limits broughton and to his tenure as mayor of san francisco. But he's still strolls the streets of the city every day. He says four or five miles shaking hands and greeting people with those is that can light up a room and he still works As a lawyer as a public speaker and as a political columnist for the san francisco chronicle his eyesight is failing him now but he has the energy of a much younger man and his just as dashing as ever. when. Mary jordan arrived for her interview a few weeks ago at the rooftop of the battery a private club in san francisco. She realized she had to dive in with a question about his attire. The the suit he was wearing demanded it. I love this line that you said about. I've spent more time in the closet than any straight man. Wait a minute. let me say that again. I've let me try that more time in the closet. That any other straight man in san francisco. Where do you mean by that. So when i moved out here from mineola. texas. My uncle took me to howard's a clothing store on market street in san francisco in bought me my first blue serge suit but a light blue shirt and a yellow tie. My uncle was a dandy. He literally lived clothing and cars his name. It's and i think. I got my interest in clothing from him. And then when i ended up being able to afford something other than brooks brother's suits as a shopping and we'll spanish food. What was called brioni. I spent hours and hours weekend and week out shopping but clothe him in a salesman. A lotta time shopping for clothing. So the comment about all that time for straight guy in the closet. That's the reference. Well this morning at this beautiful morning in san francisco. You have an amazing suit. On how many suits do you have. How many pairs of shoes and hats. You're famous hats far too many of each for example when i got dresses when i went through three different outfits before i came to the conclusion that this particular outfit. It's looks english and its fabric. It's italian design. It's patch pocket so that it has enough casual about it. It's heavy enough but not so heavy that it will be uncomfortable during the course of this interview. So it's online for all those things are important to me. I went through three different outfits. And i'll put them on with the shoes shirts and i finally sound on what you see when i look at it i think. Wow that's thousands of dollars you know more wet. It is thousands of totally believe but his love of clothing in his own words is a sickness and the pandemic has not stopped him from pursuing sartorial splendor. It's really important that you take time just as important that you take time. Understand the subject matter toge- much of the facts as you can absorb to review what other people have said. It's no different in your wearing a barrel. The width of your child with a beep pants. Many people have pants to date. Make sure your hugest. Everything is consistent the detail that you just went through about your appearance. That's how you're also known about politics when you're trying to tackle a problem solve something. Can you walk through. How your approach for political power. How much of it is behind the scenes and kind of thinking layer hair. Who you have to talk to. Who do you have to bring in the room. Well first and foremost in the world of politics you've got to know then no matter how bright you are able you. Are you have to develop very quickly the ability to listen and not talk. Listen you will come to a much better conclusion if hear everything and everybody and in particular if you do your response at the end so that you can include the best wisdom coming from others. As part of the approach you believe is appropriate to address the issue. That's really the way the political process ought to work. And when that happens you'd find that more often than not you'll be tapped as the person on to provide the leadership on the particularly. You also gotta be prepared very quickly understand. You cannot take credit for everything in fact it would be better. If you didn't take credit for anything you might do it. I e you might solve the problem. You may come up with the but whatever reason don't take credit in the world of politics. We politicians are so eager to gain the benefit in the public vote side based on our alleged performance. That if you constantly take the credit you rob others of the opportunity to assert their participation in what that participation really meant when you look back and all the things you've done in politics what do you want your legacy to be instead of california. I just want people to remember that i served. That's nothing absolutely nothing. And i love nothing better than the have my family across the board proud of the fact that i served quite a few things have been named after you a school and even a span of the bridge. When you heard about that what did you think. I post it because i don't really wish t have people vote up on me on a purposes particularly other politicians and you only get those names with other politicians passing it on. I don't wish to be examined in that way. I'd rather have people reflect.
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"Well yeah, and God famous money. Thank. God kept putting in requests. Wise crying in the rain come on God's. Four Times guides I wanted to God you've been over serve God. You know it's funny. You talk about this a lot in the book and that you are such in my encounters with you your ears such a kind nice gentle witty guy and you talk very frankly in his book about how when you would drink you become a different person. And that you'd be looking for a fight. My friend all time. Good friend Paul English used to be my kind of go with me wherever we go because whenever I you get drunk I don't WanNA fight. So he's after these are help get me out of it keep alive and he would usually be too drums to stand up you roll up a fat. and. Next thing you know I'm out in the sound asleep right? So he knew what to do. Right right. That's a good friend to have who always has a fat choice to the. Absolutely but you know that is something that changed your life is you switched over to marijuana and you said it really did help mel you out and. Help you be more contemporary live and helped you get off of the cigarettes and the booze which made a huge difference in your life absolut. Absolutely. This thing and I did. All My life I've smoked something. Are Start out smoking. Cedar. BAR AND Grapevine.
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"They really. You don't have to lecture me about the. Catholics. Familiar with and I'm sorry they were around. But what are you going to do? What do you GonNa? You know it's amazing because you mentioned you drew on all these different styles you had to learn to play Polka and you didn't have I. Think some people get very set in their minds about what makes say great country music. It didn't feel to me like that was every your interest you wanted to make music and you drew on anything that you could get your ears on literally anything. Yeah. I loved all Kinda of music and still do and my sister plays everything beautifully. She could play songs like Stardust Moonlight in Vermont, what I was really young. So that was a brand new thing for me and I learned a lot just sitting on the piano to yeah I want to mention this time as you just mentioned it. You've written a book with your sister me and sister Bobby and this is the story Willie Nelson and Bobby Nelson of you and your sister this is an absolutely lovely book it's heartbreaking at times it's. Beautiful you'll do a chapter then she'll do a chapter. Then you'll do a chapter and she'll do a chapter and you're both amazing musicians. It feels like you're trading licks it really does feel like you're trading licks about your incredible life. It's a beautiful book. It really is a book about family and it's about despair and it's about pushing your way through that despair this year volume of difficulty, the you and bobby went through is mind boggling well yeah, especially. Loan sister she had to go through a lot of real bad things something I love about the book is how candid she is about the pain she experienced growing up that you both experienced. You're both very candid in this book you both have each other and you have your grandmother your parents are out of the picture pretty early you have your grandmother or your grandfather he passes away when you're fairly young and your grandmother is really the Rock who you Hang onto and you've got you and your sister is unbelievable. How candidacy is about her different relationships, her unhappy marriages.
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"You've got this you know. And then and then as I got older we visit. We had a couple of really fun visits and he had his high school sweetheart was at school with him so we had known. Stena. Yeah so he married high school sweetheart. Yeah so we actually. We met in Sixth Grade Middle School in Jersey. We were friends and we started dating junior in high school. The short version of the story is she wanted to go to. Uva We both got into vanderbilt which was much easier to get into back then need to stipulate that she wanted to go to Uva. Didn't get in at the last minute. And she called me she said. Hey we're going to college together so we went to college. We broke up the beginning but it was small enough school that it was hard to maintain that so we actually stayed together through college and then after college we broke up in our twenties and then found each other again later in our twenties star. Our marriage and we've got two kids and that's visiting Willie also meant. I was visiting Christina because I'd also known her and her family. You know all those years too so that was cool. I mean that was so great. Yeah yeah so I would stay with her. Go to your crazy. Frat parties and see what college life was like and come back. It was going to Ali's Frat parties made me not want to leave. You did you did you. Did you go to college. Visit him and go to parties and I did. Yeah that was an interesting question. Didn't come to the Medieval Party. Was You're the basketball? Oh the you were naked Dunkin. He dunked naked respond to see. Yeah and Christina was like and you talk about that. On Morning Joe L. Stays here stays here. Cut that story. I'd like to say for the record. I had a jock. Strap ONS can thank you. Thanks again okay. So now your turn to go to college as Willie said my parents went to the University of Illinois and our whole family was from Chicago really in the Midwest so I always liked the idea of a big school but I couldn't go to Illinois because that's where my parents wanted me to go to of course so I looked at a lot of schools all around the country but then I went to Madison with my dad. He took me to the University Wisconsin to visit. And we just looked at each other and I was like. Oh wow like it's just such a special town. It's the best city the capital and they so they have you know big musical acts and there was a ton of politics happening on the sports. Were great and you know leaks Lhasa. Ross Yeah So I immediately fell in love with Madison and anyone I talked to was like. Oh yeah like. That's you know so it was it was. I applied to a ton of schools but I I kind of knew I wanted to go there but it's hard. It's a huge school far away from home and it's freezing. We didn't mind at this point. You're like you hit the ground running your like see you know what I'm GonNa do. I want to work so I graduated College in ninety seven. I came home so I came from Nashville. Came back home to New Jersey and I was just going to spend the summer at home and then go find a job and I was driving the not to Brag but I was driving the liquor delivery truck for wine and spirit world focused New Jersey. And so I did that to some that summer and I was having so much fun. That like bled all the way into Thanksgiving and Christmas and my parents were a job or what I was like. Oh this is going pretty well but I ended up all my bunch of my buddies had moved to Atlanta and so I just decided I'm going to move to Atlanta and figure it out and so I moved there. I applied to CNN And to the journal Constitution the newspaper down there the AJC didn't have a job. Cnn did have a job and that's literally got into TV. I took the job so I was your first job. It was I was an editor. It's actually at their sports network C. N. N. Sports illustrated which I remember perfect. Yeah was short lived but it was fun and it was like you know it was a bunch of young guys. Mostly guys my age like covering sports and watching Games editing highlights and like it was just fun you know. It was like a continuation of college. But you're getting paid not much but you're getting paid and so that was my first job. It was fun it really. That's interesting you know that 'cause underrated like the bars are open really late. Some of them were twenty four hours. Like it's a good party town. It's good and all the schools from the South. Like that's where you go. I remember it was like the open newsroom setup and so you'd be like I'm on the computer behind the you know the guy who's sitting at the desk on the left side of the shoulder so my parents and I would tune in and that was your first trying to get out and walk behind the printer. Let me just grab something. The printer looking mom and keep walking though when you were in college. What was your your focus. So I was a political science major which meant I didn't know what I wanted to do. but But no I love school. I had probably more fun than I should have. I would say but it was great and then I in turn Conan late night with Conan O'Brien. That was a good first step. I actually when I was working at that driving liquor truck. I thought maybe I wanted to be a writer for Conan to and I put together that summer. I worked all some run. It put together a writing packet and got the address and everything. I didn't know how anything worked. So he's got it and I put it in this big Manila folder and I remember the mailbox outside one in spirit world. I pause and I was like when I'm like a late night host someday on. I'll remember this moment in this mailbox is this is how it all began and Senate away dramatic. This is my ticket out and then like it took weeks and weeks and weeks and weeks and then I got a letter and I was like this is it went to the mailbox and it was like. I'm GonNa wait until I get home to open it and see when I start and all that and I open it up and it literally which I understand now it was like Not only do we not have position for you. We didn't read a single word of what you wrote. Because they have to protect themselves from liability. Of course they did something similar. I could say they stole it from me so like no one even looked at everyone hates you. Never show you literally like you. Don't think I think I wrote like monologue jokes and he was doing all those care. Those crazy like character the masturbating bear. You remember any of your monologue jokes. I'm sure they were like bad topical. Let's see that was ninety ninety seven bad. Clinton jokes or something. I'm so glad I don't know where it is awful. They're still time will either so after Madison Lane. What you Ju- Libby. What I do now so I have worked at. Espn four eleven wins Oscars Kate. I know she's well you. Yes so the film. The documentaries are different than the your world so the documentary one and our director and main producer. One we did not technically win one Oscar. Why don't you just say you want an Oscar? Because I don't have everyone's like where'd you put it? I was like well. I didn't really win. We didn't go on stage. It's not going on. Steve didn't mean you weren't a part of an Oscar. Winning the film wine were very excited. Okay corporate speak but also so my parents and Willie and Christina got dressed up in black tie and watch the Oscars from New York City on the Upper West Side. Sisters video of them celebrating. It was so cute. It was really nice. That's exciting made. America was the series. They right so I work at ESPN. So I started there eleven years ago when they were just kind of coming up with thirty for thirty which is our sports documentary series and so he started. I've done a lot of different jobs there like I. was in production a producer that I was just doing development like finding the stories and the filmmakers and matching them together and now I oversee the department. Espn films And a bunch of our content on ESPN plus which is the new streaming service. So we have so fun. Yeah it's really fun. What a cool job I know you not only get to work in storytelling right but these are real people. Truly aspirational story. Yeah thirty thirty s are not actually sports films like Oj. You could have shown very little football but you know it's the story of a man in a city and you know culture And so that's what we look for in everything. We do have some that they just finished one on Lance Armstrong. And one on Bruce Liu so those both were at Sundance which is really fun and I also think just in this moment of unscripted and All of the documentary stuff. That's happening in the series coming out like this is such a huge booming time and so for us to say we have here. I am I have money. I WanNa work with young hungry. Filmmakers and millions of people are going to see these like it feels like a really lucky place to be so when we go around. I mean I. We laughed after the first couple of years of thirty for thirty. Were laughing. We're like I can't believe who's taking my phone calls right now. This is so bizarre you know I love thirty really lucky woman to be running at that that department at ESPN awesome. Yeah thanks well. People say all the time they're like it must be really hard to be at ESPN. I'm not really. I honestly had really great mentors. They've been so good to me. I've and I know that's not everybody's story but I feel really lucky and about Libya's she's not really a sports fan so I always laugh that she said he has pinched. She's a filmmaker who happened. She makes she was working somewhere else and they made a film for. Espn ESPN said. Hey you're really good at that. You want to come work here. So if you ask her like who's in first place in the Eastern Conference Right. Now she data. I know it's not bad yet. She's running this huge department for ESPN YEARS AGO. For the fortieth anniversary of title nine. We did a series called nine for nine with nine directors and nine stories and we were really really careful that those weren't all like raw raw like the first to do this and the first two that I was like. No we have now. We have real history. There are real stories good and bad and so we tried to find really edgy. Stories of people would love. And we'll talk about because I think it's really hard to find stories that are marketable and that people are interested in seeing. And that's so sad to say. But if it's not Serena or a huge topic male or female. It's hard to get people excited. So that's a struggle sometimes honestly but we're constantly working harder to find really strong women's stories but also female directors. I always say women almost never pitched to me which is so interesting. And so. That's a huge concerted effort. Like anytime I go to festivals and like I you know you may not think to call me. But here's my car like if there's ever something you're interested in but there's so many amazing female stories so many we also do. We launched podcasts. Like almost documentary style audio podcasts. A couple years ago and my favorite one that we did actually is about Diana Rossi and sue bird Playing in Russia because women have to play to make money. They have to continue playing. They play all year so they all go abroad and they went and played for this guy. Shabby tie was actually a Russian mobster who owned a team in Russia. Cool but they're the way they talk about their life. Their cooley lived in a mansion and he would bring them like fresh. Strawberries are yet massages. It was like the total opposite of how their life is here and the WNBA but they made a ton of money and their life in Russia is so weird. Diana is hilarious by the way. And they just talk about this and then you know the dark side of that is shop tight like how he was funding all of that. And what his mobster business was already tell the stories he passed. Both of you guys are so accomplished in doing really interesting wonderful. It's been really fun since. She says she went Oscar since their film won an Oscar. All THESE THIRTY FOR THIRTY S. Get attention everyone is seeing like how great and how smart and she is because when you're on TV people think you're the you're the the one in the family who who does those things but lives doing these incredible things doing this great work and she's these deep dives and really interesting stories and you get jealous of her work. Sometimes the time she has to tell those stories honestly because ours is like turn it around. Get it on the show Sunday. That's she's taking months. She's making movie making films. You know should making documentaries. Which is my husband is in TV as well as air. He's a producer and he was like..
"willie k" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"And I was. Like this is like this is fun delivered right. I'd highway honestly why I went back to La. Yeah it's weird when you're used to right. I mean you live in the city and have made it. Were completely with your kids but for me I was just like all right and are tiny. Two Bedroom apartment was closing and it was like having two crazy monkeys in the house. Man Real but see our kids were born in New York and this is all they know. So it's actually not weird to them. It's still weird to us like my son who's ten plays baseball. But does you live at Chelsea Piers you go to Chelsea and his baseball is in on the upper west side. It's in the basement. His baseball is in the basement of an old bank and they opened them up and it's ten batting cages. That's become normal but we have friends from out of town. Where does your son play in the basement of that bank? No that's not normal. That's not how you play baseball while we're on the neighbor thing like we've lived in our building for three years and actually it's funny. This came up because like two days ago. The Guy Literally in the apartment next door opened the door and walked out and I was like. I've never seen you in my life. We live on the other side of a wall from each other and can touch hands through the wall. And you're not even familiar. Listen to me. Well so willy went went when Libby came home from the hospital. Do you remember infiltrating your world and totally screwing up your beautiful? You know only child life trying to cause trouble acting. I mean this is. We should talk more about which is interesting because we're all two and a half years. But he really those years of life without I mean we remember life sorta together you know at that age gap. You know it's like Oh. Wow there's this new being that is sort of come into my world yes I don't remember resenting you for that I mean. Maybe I'm too young to remember that but clearly you've lost Hat fifty percent at least attention actually lose more than that. When the baby's new but I you know the context. I do remember it in with our own kids. When my son who's our second child was born and my wife. Christine is in the hospital with the newborn. And I'm bringing our daughter Lucy into the hospital for the first time and she has no idea that on the other side of that door as this person who's about to change your life and also like be like you guys like be at her side for your whole life. It's like she has this life and this is how it is and I'm the folks attention it just me and then the door opens in that second. Everything changes so sure. I had that that moment of like. Who's this chick? What are you guys like his kids? We had fun. I don't remember I was also young enough that I was always just your knowing little sister. I think until that change when we got older and we actually had things in common understood. I was like oh I like you. I remember when you went to college. Sorry it took eighteen years but when you left I was like Oh wait I think I miss him and I think we. I think we like each other now. Similar to Katie. And I like when when I went to college sort of when I took me going away for us to get closer. Hopefully yeah what. We also are far enough apart that we were never in school together so we weren't competitive for friends. She wasn't showing up at our parties in highschool. You know she was just young enough that there was nothing competitive about our relationship. So I don't know bite. My Dad's really funny. My uncle's everybody's funny so I would say we were. There was a lot of humor in our house. What kind of staffer you into as a kid definitely sports sports movies love movies. Sporty House Sporty sporty. I in high school. I played football and basketball. Libby played tennis won the State Championship and ten is a really good. She's fallen off since then but I did. Actually I did when I was really young. I did summer stock. Doodle acting Not to Brag Kate now oh I think my mom vaccine. My mom saw like I was on this like all sports trajectory and she was like. Let's introduce some other some sensitivity and actually loved it. I was the only and you probably know this already. I was the only boy in Miss Hannigan. All-girl orphanage in the nineteen eighty-five Ridgewood. Summer start production of any so I figured production of all time has ever wanted to be was Anne Marie ever any never only in my mind and your grandfather your grandfather went to Stanley Cup semi correct with my correct. Oh yes my my great grandfather. Great Grandfather is in the hockey hall of fame. Herbie Lewis played for the Detroit Red Wings in the Thirties. And he was the captain of the team and he won two Stanley Cup. How and the crazy thing is. I can barely get across the ice on a pair of skis. Were those rings. Ooh That's a good question. I bet uncle Mike sort of the historian by the one of my favorite part. Not My favorite one of the funny parts. About my great grandfather's he was like a big star in his day. And this is a professional hockey player. He was the face of camel cigarettes and we had I mean. It's the thirties rights and nobody knew grip problem so we have framed print ads where he's in his full uniform. He's on the ice with the stick down. The ICE Maze Very Red Wings. And he's got a lung. Garay amazing so cool..
"willie k" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"By the license to here are falling out. Yes life it's just it's it's this is the first five years of your life. That's the whole book for that. Very light alight seller but interesting like who all live in my house I remember I guess I remembered this was in Chicago in Evanston Illinois which is basically Chicago just outside in the north And I think I guess I remember it may be more from photographs and images than actual but I remember birthday parties. Dukes of hazzard cakes. Remember our little house that felt like a big house and then like we went back and drove by and I was like that was the. That's not the house and it was the house but in my mind it was huge and I think it was two or three bedrooms. It was like a modest house on it. But it'd be great street with lots of kids. The kind of town that like had the block party and you know the neighbor would come over. I got some Zucchini and my garden. It was like that like you didn't like that world old school neighborhoods. They tried to find one here in L. A. and I live in sort of a semi old school neighborhood. Tau Block parties. Yeah you know. It's hard to find these days and it's suspicious special. It's actually really special for the kids. I would say Libya's founded though. Don't you think where you live? Yeah we live in the BURBS and I think even in New Jersey where we live. We had the block parties and we had the friends like the best friends across the street. Where my first sleepovers? So that when I was when I had I have two little boys in my had them in the city and they were learning how to ride bikes. My older run and we. I was just screaming at every intersection.
"willie k" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"We moved in? Nineteen Eighty TWO NEW JERSEY. Five years old and Libya was even one maybe nine month less if yeah My Dad got a job with the New York Times. He was writing for the Chicago Tribune. I was born in Chicago. We both were and when I was five we moved to New Jersey when he got a job with the New York Times so forty years not in the city. But I've lived in the city for fifteen years but around is your data. Chicago native is that where is he from? He's from down state as they call it he's from Champagne Illinois And he went to the University of Illinois which was the street from his house and he says cost one hundred thirty five dollars a semester so his parents you're going there was in the late sixties and he met my mom there at the University of Illinois. Are they still together? I are crazy. Always a harmonious household consummate harling up fifty years got it. Yeah it was actually like it was people. I think you always look back in your life and your were there moments of strife and what was it. What was the adversity that we had overcome? There was little stuff but yeah it was a happy place we my dad was a writer for the New York Times. My mom was a social worker and then she was a realtor in our town after that and we had like a really nice good suburban life went to the school up the block and the high school up a couple more blocks and I would say it was like a pretty idyllic childhood definitely and you're in Jersey says in Jersey and Jazz Ridgewood New Jersey Bergen. And how often did you come into the city? That was a big deal. I think I remember for big birthdays. Like we'd get a limo and didn't get any of the perks. Here's the split. This is an important split. This is so my dad know this very real and I'm GONNA lean into it not so. My Dad was a columnist for the Metro. Section of the New York. Times have four seven years when I was growing up. 'cause we're five years apart and then he was hired after that. Don Hewitt who founded sixty minutes Read my Dad's comes in. Hey you ever think about doing TV. And my dad's a writer and they had him shoot a pilot of one of his pieces and they loved it and CBS hired him so he was making. I don't know what in nineteen eighty three to be the metro columnist New York Times. Not that much probably guessing and then a little more probably in the CBS years. So we always joke that. I grew up in the New York Times years. I never wrote a limo into the city. We took the short line bus into port authority. This is libby was riding limos into see elaborate Broadway production four and a half years his junior a different house that I lived in. Yeah Yeah but it was a big deal to go into the city and mom always liked and she still does goes to shows and she loves the city in the museums. And just the vibrancy here. Are they still there? So they just moved. I just moved into the suburbs a couple years ago and they followed there've been there was another step in there so in yeah they lived in New Jersey and then when libby left and went to college moved into the city because their life was so they lived on the upper west side for fifteen or sixteen years and then last year moved to Connecticut. Here's really haven't left this not a lot area. Yeah well except I went to college in Nashville for years. Which was a major. I loved it. Libby went to the University of Wisconsin. Oh Back Oh everything I loved it there. Did you guys know that you I mean? Clearly you're going to get into the television world based on your data I mean. Was that always kind of what you know. It's funny because people make that connection. Obviously because my dad was at CBS. And I got into the business to but you have to know that our parents are very mid Western so we've never like sat down and like had talks about like well. Journalism is a noble profession and ought to try it. It was just like by Osmosis and I could see that. He was traveling to cool places and meeting interesting people and he enjoyed his job and like it wasn't the old nine to five. Your Dad comes home with us. Shoulders slumped and throws his briefcase. He liked what he was doing. And I think just by that you probably have the same experience I was GonNa say it's similar. People always ask the same question. And you're like well. We didn't sit around a table and talk about scripts and a lot of his stuff on Sunday. Morning was personal. He did a lot of personal stories so there were cameras in our kitchen a lot of the time like they were his producers. We knew pretty. Well I remember at my wedding. They were they did a piece on my wedding and amy was crying in front of the church. Amy Was the first person I saw when I got out of the car and and she was like. I can't believe it and I was like you are not coming into the delivery room. This is where it stops. All good. Okay you know. What were the things that he would like? What would he do? Did a big one was coaching. Our Little League teams and like how outrageous and ridiculous suburban watching. Is You wrote a book about that eventually to WHO's basically an SAS than there was always some humor in it but he was you know he'd go to the Iowa State Fair and tell some great store he find these little kernels of stories. That don't look like anything on paper and then turn into some amazing story that says something about America and he wrote books about that and he did those pieces that like he was he did one in our house in New Jersey where Martha Stewart had. Just become big and she was like you can make a Christmas wreath out of just things you find in your backyard and in her backyard. Of course it was like these elaborate like figs and berries in that so my dad went in our backyard and there was like a Rusty Budweiser Fan and a tennis ball and like stuff like he was funny but also making some commentary and he was He he was always having fun but I I do remember. He not only did not encourage us to get in. I remember when I graduated from College. I was about to graduate. He's he was worried that it was going to get into it or he was worried that I thought that was the only thing that you could do so he was like. I need you to go like meet with people who have other jobs justin case because I was like I wanna do this internship and Semi went like. There's a guy in our town who worked at Goldman Sachs or something. I don't know anything about finance. I went had lunch with them. Because that's what you'd like. And he was like explaining the markets to me and I was like. I don't know what you're talking about and I'm not interested in what you're talk. No disrespect and then my mom had me. Go meet a family friend in. Remember the so well up in Connecticut. Who worked at northwest mutual insurance and it was literally like. Here's how term life works and I was like. Oh my God and that like made it official just rushed me into TV business so you were first born yes and and then you guys are four and a half years apart so you probably remember harbors or when she I remember life without libby. Remember life without living. I mean I was young. That's seeker autobiography by the license to here are falling out. Yes life it's just it's it's this is the first.
"willie k" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH
"Prototype that many of the places in the nation Russian could use yet the California experience in California concept a sometimes demeaned sometimes laughed at and that's unfortunate so when do a mayor And I remember like we created a single Earth Day breakfast with Francesca Veto and it's probably like the nine hundred day breakfast by now in my last day breakfast we did this in cold. How Green is Brown? Aw and his amazing you set this goal of zero waste for trash you put in place. The integrated past management for the city's parks you acquired. New Buildings Be Green. We had the first hydrogen fuel cell Honda. which is like three million dollars? You and I nearly nearly crashed like you did all these green things like how. How do you view the environment now? And at the time. Why did you WANNA take credit? Full the green stuff you're doing well it's important. Frankly that credit not be in the consideration of people engage in an innovative in creative ways. Many people are motivated if they think they're going to be acknowledged as having done it in so if you can get them to infecting gauge and become involved let them take their credit frankly in the halls of the legislature. Sure my goal in life was to have every member have his name on a bill before mine and that was important. And it's the same way if we're going to deal with the issues involved in the environment we've really got to get people motivated. Frankly to make it a priority with them for clean air for good quality. Water somehow convince people if we can that the the whole business of what happens with energy must be done in such a way that it improves. The environment rather than adversely personally affects environment the business involving climate. It's clearly some that we need to try to figure out how to get people involved. And the way in which the motivate them to so participate. My goal was always that I did not whether it was the ban on assault weapons that we had Mike. Ross do a whether it was or divestment in apartheid that we had maxine waters does do that free Nelson Mandela whether it was The business of emissions of that we had Byron Sher the come the responsible person for whether it was the business of managing water along before anybody tried to manage water charlie warn Tried to do exactly that and we hope orchestrate that whole business of what happens with reference to on the health L. Standards that emanate from environmental quality and environmental control. We had a number of people trying to put those those programs together particularly interested enough. Legislators from places like Marin County or legislators the ones from Santa Barbara area we at the state level now have a governor who experienced that kind of development in San Francisco as part of all the things that I ever dead dead and with him at the helm now. You've got a better shot in his emphasis on the Central Valley in the way. Okay then he has been playing and his becoming like the governor from the Central Valley. Although he's from San Francisco will cause the farmers is to want to follow his leadership on land. Planning and land use all those things are part of what we call climate control and environment. One thing that you also didn't take credit full but you did which actually has led to the development of the southeast part of the city's you help close down hunters point power plant you you took on. PG early and hod this issue of environmental justice namely if you look at pollution across the United States Cross is California you can find where the pollution is gonna be by wear low income communities of Colorado folk involve. If they're isolated there will not be enough strength politically to achieve anything. So you really need to try to engage and involve and have people not become only addicted to participate in in their short and narrow goal period in. That is how I tried to manage and how I tried operate so as you think about. Willy Brown's Christmas special which is like. What are you hoping for in the next few days like Christmas is offering time anxiety? How how do you manage this time of year mayor? I must tell you that. It's kind of amazing because the recycling of gifts have become the cornerstone of. I'm almost everybody these days and so what I've decided to do. Is I'll give a gift but I take directly to you and make you open it in front of me and and get your reaction because hold on to the return receipt and last night that actually delivered a gift to my lady friend Sonia and she and I said you know the nature of what I'm giving you is usable immediately because it's so cold in in San Francisco and you don't really have a quality code. She opened it and she says you know you. You're missing as what am I missing. Either you can't see a you know remember. I don't like blue. Eyed bought her a blue coke corrected almost immediately immediately back back to the place where I got. It got the same coat but in a different color it was perfect. I anticipate somehow having that become the cornerstone stone of the Willie Brown. Christmas I like re gifting is the like reused gift. Yeah recycle final question is I grew up with two Jewish parents celebrated Christmas and I kind of feel gypped. I don't get to go to Chinese food on Christmas Day. which is like a Jewish tradition of like? I want to do that. Have you ever done that. Well no I have not because on Christmas Day among black people here only black food. You're in trouble so it's GonNa be Christmas Turkey stuff with corn bread dressing sweet potatoes and in this case real yams and obviously sweet potato pie or a a pie that represents something different from what we normally called. Pumpkin feel feel bad they are amendment. Well well yes. That's part of my birthday because I li- and celebrate my birthday more often than most people have birthdays. That's a that's a good trick. I like that it works very well. Well thank you said. It's been a pleasure. I love catching out with you. And I hope you have a fabulous twenty twenty all right. Thank you very much a huge. Thank you to my mental friend and boss Willie Brown. I continue to lend so much from this living legend from the importance of listening a frightening for what you believe in the long game but mostly what I walk away from each each meeting with Willie l Brown. Junior is a sense of vitality of Vega and for love of life. Thank you so much being part of the culture journey from the entire hardship Gotcha as true sound engineer spayed executive producer. David Kahn from me. Jared Blumenfeld I wish you amazing. Twenty twenty.
"willie k" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Time a year and that's the voice of Mister Willie Kay and a beautiful rendition of all holy night Hey I gotta say whatever your differences is what Willie K. right eye is top when it comes to that song and as I am I gotta I gotta admit this one of my favorite renditions of oh holy night reserve it tears to my eyes this product is that good we also like to tell you that on Friday and this is December out twenty actually was a very historical date for us for boat United States and hope and Hawaii I it's because in eighteen forty nine the diplomatic representatives of the kingdom of Hawaii and the United States of America signed a treaty between the two nations a treaty of friendship commerce navigation and extradition the treaty was signed by the U. S. secretary of state John M. Clayton and the whole a special commissioner to the United States James Jackson Jarvis the treaty was basically ratify and it was a change in the international agreement went into force in Honolulu on the twenty fourth of August eighteen fifty so basically if you kind of read that into the lines that's basically where the America or America recognized Hawaii as an independent nation and wanted to put a treaty for the friendship and commerce so that they could trade with Hawaii and in one of the basic things they were trading we'll send a wood and sandalwood was going from the United States to China and and they found that Hawaii had a big abundance of of sandalwood and soul basically the United States got in there and and and made this friend Jim made this treaty and that's one of the proofs to say that Hawaii was an independent nation and we're gonna move on with that we are more music right after this.
"willie k" Discussed on World Cafe
"All being the closer you'll have to green that ben britons better ole breath that's bad breath by my guest willie nelson off his latest record called last man standing it's a very funny song so in in that song you sing been puffing on this and smoking on that and as you're singing it your voice sounds so beautiful and i was marveling while i was listening to the record at just how beautiful and how melodic it sounds how do you get away with with with that you've been singing for a long time for a long time abused myself a lot and you're not smoked a lot of cigarettes and i drank a lot with skid did a lot of the wrong things for a long time and it took its toll had new mon new four or five times in a long collapsed and all it will so i went through all those do's and don'ts and i find decided that what's best for me is what i'm doing now which is basically nothing drinking some coffee little using and a little yeah it's a lot you're touring schedule as rigorous is does your whiskey tired oh i guess it does anything else so well you get started but it seems to really sing and seems to kick in the energy over when i get out there and start singing i start gathering more and more energy source a positive thing that happens out on that stage willie nelson is my guest here on the road cafes latest record is called last man standing so in the in the title song you saying about some of your friends who have come and gone.
"willie k" Discussed on World Cafe
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"willie k" Discussed on Dude Soup
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"willie k" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
"Orange county california locker in orange county that is incorrect incorrect i knew and i ain't let's see the answer was of course shanty a go shannon in fact see ya really what did you major in in college will in the film film but see defect z where did willie go to college he's talking about all this stuff on the air everything here san diego ucla amount ucla answers county state long beach willy worst feeling cj are what is a willie's favorite movie of all time talk by i hope everybody gets every single i went to all these i knew the answered every everything's dolphin after atto's it you are oh that's right a new that oh that's right anyway the scandal out answer what is willie's secret allterrain movie the lap me go to go with superman two men yeah the answer is iraqi court so i should called is gamed can somebody get one answer right they will get to blow willie lease candle out nikki back to you what is what is willie's favorite t rush route of all time favorite exile nikki nikki drink hurled one second he's talked about his multiple shabir man does not achieve attaining shelling to george region the forty from the 40s noting a cod guys very ranger thank you right that's right you know shoulders worst russia think you asked russia's razors never mike over there so fact z who is willie's biggest celebrity crush of all time oh i know this we hold on better no no no wait wait hold on kesse the answer is casey.