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"winchell" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

07:43 min | Last month

"winchell" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Do you say that Storm go time, George. I don't. I actually have heard a few people say it. I have been glad I haven't had to say it. John. What is the name of the storm that came through? I don't know. I don't trust eight either. Like I thought they went with, like normal ish names like I've never Yeah. I can try to pronounce it it. Well, whatever happened, you know Hurricane Bob or something like that. But anyway with that We shut it down. Times yours. Line lead Joe and John A message of your thoughts. Compliments and complains. Call to 15 to 3 4500 What is it? Is it is it Isaiah's or is it? I really don't know. Isa Yas. I really have no idea the phones again. Let's talk to tr and Winfield. Hey, Tr It's okay. It's all good man. Good hearing from you. Like what I heard was discovered by a name. Make what makes that a newsflash. Where's the Walter Winchell came back back to the 19. 22,020 Jodi Carol discouraged by name, but they're being fed. No cannot take a bath anymore because only one lady in the house naked, pampered and he's going to get rid of his rubber duck on the sea are now listen, man. I still bathe them obey their I'm working. T Let me taste the man. He is a pamper. Well, a self pamper. I listened to you. I'm working on this new book that I got a new book Right now. I strongly recommend about Tiger Woods. Came out a couple of years ago by arming Khun Tell you you'll be in the bats up a long time You pick up this book, It's going to be pampered. Sure, I mean, first, you tell jokes, Amy. There's nothing wrong with some Pampers. You really think he Pampers her? No, not at all. I exactly Listen, Tiara. I believe that we are we've covered this. I'll gladly stick out my leg and arm and give her the opportunity to Robin comes out right now or whatever. When he got on the Eagles tr talk to me. I'm just I'm just concerned that you know they're working on getting us that we don't have a pre season. We might miss the diamond in the rough, you know, course Butt butt butt. So my 31 other teams I don't care about her. But, you know, I'm just worried about what kind of we might be missing out on some Valium is not anything Don't have to do is just saying that we don't want to be Anything is good for you guys. Other guys was something that was consigned whatever they are between to get a look, but they can't get a loan because that's what it is, man. It's just what it us. So about it. They are child parent due out from TV. Who do you have? My wife says they do it from the park and Parker's about about Well, um, I already said we'll give you the Parkers won already, said Lamont Fred Sanford, which is a classic tr good hearing from You Go to Joe and Maple Shade. Hey, Joe. Alright, guys doing well, not as energetic is you, apparently. Well, I do what I can sow. My biggest issue with these pillars are first of all. I'm not gonna watch for the rest of this season because I've Man baseball from my world this year because of the nonsense that went on a couple months. There are six weeks. That's that's your prerogative. That's you know, you're entitled, but I don't know what is a nice picture. He's the number one on this staff. But he's probably upset me on any really good staff. And that Wheeler's numbers are nothing but mediocre 32 38 as the career on DH Now he's your number to me. It's It's just not a very good team, which is, which is why they're gonna lose both of the AC is because the Yankees are good. It's sad to say, but that's that's how I say, maybe look well, There's got to be better than he's been in the past. He's obviously got the arm's gotta learn how to put it together. More. What about Wheeler? Developing Jax? I mean Wheeler. His control was an issue, especially early in seasons previously. And what if he's improved toe where he's got that control from the jump now? I guess that's one way to look at it. But 40 to 1 38 covering 375 IRA that to me is in a very good patient isn't isn't a quality number looked. He looked good the other night to John's point. You're paying 100 million on a projection not to pass and I get your point, Joe. I mean, yes, he's got to be better. We're going to start turning to right now. Notable from television child parent combination. Who do you have jewels and Toby Ziegler? Oh, there you go. All right, Fair enough. West Wing John. Some day you'll get there. Chris and King oppression there. Hey, guy creates what somebody Eyes for anyone say Edward was bad. And Ricky from silver spoons. No, man, That's awesome. It is pretty good. I wanted to say that too. I didn't remember His name was Edward. Yeah, That's good Answer. You could've looked up job. That's good stuff. Shawn and King of precious shown returning to give me great answer. Dorothy and Sophia. Cool girl. You know, that's a really good answer. Mlle. Excellent. Were it isyou don't often think of them like that. But yes, it was Mother and daughter. That's outstanding hanging together. Yeah, That's a really good answer and in North Carolina, and he gave me a great answer. Just for you, Joe Americansaccess Morris. You know, that's another good one. Now. Derek wasn't quite as the father wasn't quite as big a deal, obviously, but, you know, Yeah. Was he on the I don't? Yeah, there was a dead deer wasn't dead. What? I did not realize that. Yeah, we got to make a call here. John Moosh. We've got to make a choice for father. Not Father. Sofia and Dorothy is a pretty great I think I look. So you got red and Eric from the seventies show. You got Frank and George Costanza. You got Ah, Let's see you got Andy Griffith and Opie. Griffith Griffith, You got Ah, Kevin James and his father in law, and it doesn't have to be all just father. Son. You got sir. See Lannister and Joffrey. That's that's an awesome and it ISS, Dorothy and Sophia. I'll say when it's complex. Here's what I think The winning answer is honestly, the one that stands out to me the most is from all of the family. Archie Bunker and Meathead. You're going, son in law. Come on. It's it's a classic. That is not it was television. Imagine away No. Well, that's my answer. What's your answer? Johnny will almost breaking time. Sir C and Joffrey a most. You gotta break it. I gotta go with the lannisters disgraceful. Disgraceful for Archie and meathead not to win that. It's disgraceful. Congratulations to Daniel What That answer, which was a good answer. Thirsty and Josh Joffrey's a Big one. A couple of things fillies. Get some wins Police at the very least, get one. John Calder Action. Reese Hoskins 1 67 Batting average. Get some hits Kang Ri 0 71 Stop talking averages. Yeah, You're You're Betty. Who early early to say that Andrew McCutchen. Urano 71. Get ahead. Stop it, Roman Quinn. If you're in the line of hitting 1 43 get ahead and yes, Brice are particularly been up to bat for three games ahead or games. We stop it. We bring in the Stanley Cup tomorrow. Well, not the actual Stanley Cup. It is coming in. We didn't get enough of a close approximation. Let Stanley we'll see what you think You can have a great rest of day. Phillies baseball. The game's in two hours pregame show in an hour. John and I grew up next. Enjoy it. Enjoy it all will watch and we'll talk tomorrow about it all on 94 W. This's injured bogus with a radio dot com sports minute within minutes of each other, you con called.

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"winchell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:08 min | 5 months ago

"winchell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To Winchell to get him to publicly protest the relocation program so it is N. as best speaks first what right to how long we need to speak out the government telling companies what people in this race that religion when they can't can't work will get away with that what's the next step fascism works you're sitting there writing tool Winchell Walter Winchell yes I am and you're predicting that these people will stop at nothing once they know they can get away with and yet you don't think they can do what they want to the mail come back six one letter it's not just one letter you're also planning to sue the government as you said we have rights how can you see what these people went there we have already B. I. agents harassing us we have had our children questions let someone else try to insult someone else the next guy yeah but the next guy step and I just sit here on my end is keeping quiet waiting for the worst to happen no I don't see shop see sitting around writing letters waiting for the worst to happen again yes Canada this is my country anymore it is Linda birds it is the Jew haters it is the America firsters people who chase children down the street asking questions to point their families to Kentucky it's their country and if we run if we quit then they win and they do not get to win done nothing wrong so it is in welcome to fresh AIR and congratulations on your performance in the fight against America it's going to start racing how are you so much Terry I'm alright I have to say it it seems really small to complain about anything considering what so many people are going through right now we're doing absolutely fine we all have our health I'm staying at my parents house with my my partner and our child right now so it's a lot to just two but we're really lucky so you were on a set in Australia and your partner Paul deanno as on a set in London both production shut down scenario you and your daughter your young daughter living with your parents or your in your child at home now as a mother I am it's strange I think especially because we don't know when we're going to go back home to Brooklyn we've been gone from there because my my job started in November so we've been gone for six months now and we don't know when we're going to go back because quote unquote when this is over I think we have to go back to our respective jobs or at least that's what I'm assuming right now and but you know all of us are living in such a state of not knowing right now so I think that that makes it harder than if I knew like okay I'm gonna be living with my parents for six weeks or whatever but there's something wonderful to about I mean it feels like being inside of a dream or something like giving my daughter baths in the bath tub that my sister and I used to take our baths and then talking to you right now sitting on the floor of my childhood closet where I used to like talk on the phone to my boyfriend in high school you know very strange that's that's that's pretty funny so let's talk about the plot against America other parts of the story about living in America first nation that's becoming very anti semitic and increasingly moving toward fascism other parts of that story that resonate for you now and I should mention Philip Roth wrote this in is a two thousand four yeah I think that's right I was kind of taken aback at the parallels that are on the page I thought like oh when people write about this they're gonna think that David Simon was being like ham fisted in making allusions to our our current government in our current situation but the high majority of them are right there on the page and like you said what he wrote more than a decade before trump came to power so yes it feels like scarily Prashant in some ways and then in other ways he was just looking back at the history of our country and we had interment camps in this country in World War two as you know so I don't know that he was imagining an America that far off from the one that he thought we were living in are there ways in which the story of the plot against America Kenexa's your family and I'm thinking here like your grandfather Leah because and who's you know great directors streetcar named desire on the waterfront he was called to testify in nineteen fifty two before the house un American activities committee during the communist witch hunting era the Joe McCarthy era and he name some names of Hollywood actors who give up names and you know he was a Greek immigrant and he was accused of possibly being on American was the house un American activities committee and of course the plot against America the Jews are basically considered by president Limburg to be unamerican because if they weren't on American why would they have to be relocated in order to better assimilate into America all right so I'm wondering if you were thinking about connections between the story and your family's specifically your immigrant grandfather grandparents yeah grandfather my grandmother was a vacant Mayflower American I became half yeah of course I was I think it's a really after question and I want to say that I I don't normally like answering questions about my grandfather particularly about his experiences with the humana hearings partially because it happened so long before I was born and then I by no means feel like an expert partially because it's such a terrible chapter in our country's history and I Selah a morbid fear of getting something wrong or hurting further the the victims of those hearings are their families and also because my family the large majority of my family are incredibly private people who've chosen very private lives and die I never want to feel like a spokesperson for them or that I and the training their trust store or anything of that nature and and that's why it makes me emotional sometimes to talk about it I think that the parallels are are right there and I I couldn't help but think of my own family history and I mean frankly I think I wouldn't be much of an actor if I if I didn't think about it it's a strong personal connection to the material I thought very deeply about my grandparents and their choices and what it must've meant to than to be in that position and frankly it helps me I think take one step in my leg personal maturation and actually playing this role in working on this material sort of helped me take steps into it I think the more adult viewpoint my guess is exam one of the stars of HBO's mini series the plot against America which is adapted from the Philip Roth novel the final episode was shown Monday we'll hear more of our interview after a break and marine car again we'll share some suggestions for books that may offer some solace.

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"winchell" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

14:48 min | 5 months ago

"winchell" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To write a letter to Winchell to get him to publicly protest the relocation program so it is N. as bass speaks first what right to hello meeting to speak out the government telling companies what people of this race that religion when they can't can't work and get away with that what's the next step fascism works you're sitting there writing to Winchell Walter Winchell yes I am and you're predicting that these people will stop at nothing once they know they can get away with and yet you don't think they can do what they want to the mail come on Bassett's one letter it's not just one letter you're also planning to sue the government as you said we have rights how can you see what these people have so little we have already B. I. agents harassing us we have had our children questions let someone else try to insult someone else the next guy yeah but the next guy step and I just sit here on my end is keeping quiet waiting for the worst to happen no I don't see shop see sitting around writing letters waiting for the worst topic yes Canada this is my country anymore it is Linda birds it is the Jew haters it is the America firsters people who chase children down the street asking questions to point their families to Kentucky it's their country and if we run if we quit then they win and they do not get to win done nothing wrong so it is in welcome to fresh AIR congratulations on your performance in the fight against America it's going to start by saying how are you so much Terry I'm alright I have to say it it seems really small to complain about anything considering what so many people are going to right now we're doing absolutely fine we all have our health I'm staying at my parents house with my my partner and our child right now so it's a lot to just two but we're really lucky so you were on the set in Australia and your partner Paul deanno as on the set in London both production shut down scenario you and your daughter your young daughter living with your parents or your in your child at home now as a mother I am strange I think especially because we don't know when we're going to go back home to Brooklyn we've been gone from there B. isn't my job started in November so we've been gone for six months now and we don't know when we're going to go back because quote unquote when this is over I think we have to go back to our respective jobs or at least that's what I'm assuming right now and but you know all of us are living in such a state of not knowing right now I'm so so I think that that that makes it harder than if I knew like okay maybe living with my parents for six weeks or whatever but there's something wonderful to about I mean it feels like being inside of a dream or something like giving my daughter baths in the bath tub that my sister and I used to take our baths and and talking to you right now sitting on the floor of my childhood closet where I used to like talk on the phone to my boyfriend in high school you know very strange that's that's that's pretty funny so let's talk about the plot against America other parts of the story about living in America first nation that's becoming very anti semitic and increasingly moving toward fascism other parts of that story that resonate for you now and I should mention Philip Roth wrote this in is a two thousand four yeah I think that's right two thousand three or two thousand four yeah I was kind of taken aback at the parallels that are on the page I thought like oh when people write about this they're gonna think that David Simon was being like ham fisted in making allusions to our our current government in our current situation but the high majority of them are right there on the page and like you said what he wrote more than a decade before trump came to power so yes it feels like scarily Prashant in some ways and then in other ways he was just looking back at the history of our country and we had interment camps in this country in World War two as you know so I don't know that he was imagining an America that far off from the one that he thought we were living in what makes you feel most like Philip Roth was prescient in writing this what occurs today do you most feel from the story Roth cautioned David Simon about drawing too strong a parallel between trump and Lindbergh and his coughing was mostly that he's that Lindbergh had once been a great American hero in a way that trump never has been and the extra power that a person like Lindbergh would have because of his position the cultural imagination for me the thing that felt that kind of took my breath away I guess is the slow creep that you feel in the book and it's not the man in the high castle it's not what if fascism was imported into America it's about what if the magnetic forces at work in our country we're just giving a little push in one direction what if a certain kind of intolerance was just given a slight nod from towers on high like what permission with that give the average citizen and how do people get marginalized in like small insidious ways I think we're seeing it now even more than when we shot the thing in ways about like the way that Asian Americans are being treated right now with the the rise of covert nineteen in our president getting on stage and saying you know the Chinese virus you know things like that it feels like it feels like that is something that could have come straight out of this book I really like your character in the plot against America and the way you portray her no as we heard like your husband in the series wants to take a stand against Lindberg in a in a public way right to Winchell but you think he's putting the whole family at risk you've been telling him for a while like no you should really get out of America and moved to Canada where you'll be safe in your smart you stand up for what you believe in that you also know your husband isn't going to listen to you and that you don't really have any power he's going to do what he wants to do so I I'm interested in the idea of you playing like a strong woman who doesn't really have any power yeah you know it's really interesting for me because I think when culturally we talk about like a strong woman god has become sort of shorthand for like someone who kicks **** and takes names right and this is not that person she is like making a roast chicken and making sure that her kids clothes amended properly when they go to school you know but it was really interesting for me to sort of be confronted with this archetype of a mother exactly at a time when I was a new mother myself and My Baby was about six months old when I started filming and and you know it's really complicated for me because my body had sort of become totally at the behest of my child rate I was breast feeding and waking up at all hours for her and like my love was totally funneled toward this new person and my experience of my body was really different than it had been before and your bodies of tools and actor and so it was very confronting to me to like have to enter into that person and find her strength and find her opinions and find how she was a person and not just a mother and a wife and it really dove tails for me into a similar sort of like re finding of myself within this new role of mother and and making those boundaries in a healthy way and I do think in a way it allowed me to like to allow mother had to be a priority for me in a way that didn't feel at odds with a kind of an well for one thing like the feminist upbringing I was given the fact that I want something bigger for myself than just in the domestic sphere well I want to hear more but first we have to take a short break so let me reintroduce you for just joining us my guest is because and and she's one of the stars of the six part HBO series the plot against America which is adapted from the Philip Roth novel of the same name the final episode will be shown tonight we'll be right back this is fresh AIR this is fresh AIR and if you're just joining us my guest is because and she's one of the stars of the HBO adaptation of the Philip Roth novel the plot against America the final episode of the six part series will be shown tonight are there ways in which the story of the fight against America connect with your family and I'm thinking here like your grandfather Elia Kazan who's you know great director streetcar named desire on the waterfront he was called to testify in nineteen fifty two before the house un American activities committee during the communist witch hunting era the Joe McCarthy era and he name some names of Hollywood after she gave up names and you know he was a Greek immigrant and he was accused of possibly being on American was the house un American activities committee and of course the plot against America the Jews are basically considered by president Limburg to be unamerican because if they weren't on American why would they have to be relocated in order to better assimilate into America right so I'm wondering if you were thinking about connections between the story and your family specifically your immigrant grandfather of grandparents yeah grandfather my grandmother was a vacant Mayflower American yeah yeah of course I was I think it's a really asked the question and I want to say that I I don't normally like answering questions about my grandfather particularly about his experiences with the humana hearings partially because it happened so long before I was born and then I by no means feel like an expert partially because it's such a terrible chapter in our country's history and I Selah a morbid fear of getting something wrong or hurting further the the victims of those hearings are their families and also because my family the large majority of my family are incredibly private people who've chosen very private lives and die I never want to feel like a spokesperson for them or that I and the training their trust or or anything of that nature and and that's why it makes me emotional sometimes to talk about it I think that the parallels are are right there and I I couldn't help but think of my own family history and I mean frankly I think I wouldn't be much of an actor if I if I didn't think about it you know it's a strong personal connection to the material I thought very deeply about my grandparents and their choices and what it must have meant to them to be in that position and frankly it helps me I think take one step in my Lake personal maturation and actually playing this role in working on this material sort of helped me take steps into it I think the market don't view point hello did playing the role making you take steps to more adult viewpoint of your grandfather and on what what what is that viewpoint well I think what I'm trying to talk about is being able to have love for him and also think critically about his actions I don't just mean to criticize his actions I mean to think critically about them and us to lead a more complicated reality exist in my mind you know I was on site playing scenes with Winona Ryder he's playing my sister who of my character bass loves very much and also really believes that her sister is not just the training their people but also endangering her family and you know it it just allowed me space to explore critical fought and and draw those parallels that I think are there to be drawn and I think it's just I think I think probably a more adult viewpoint is one that allows contradiction and allows contradiction to exist without being resolved I can assure you so you're not seeing your grandfather now in terms of like he was just your loving grandfather or he was a bad guy because he named names to the house on American activities committee you see this position as being more complicated more ambiguous and you're trying to kind of embrace the full thirty sixty degrees of his actions as opposed to just saying one view or another I guess so I mean I think it's more.

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"winchell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:55 min | 5 months ago

"winchell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"As best speaks first what right to tell me needing to speak out the government telling companies what people in this race that religion when they can't can't work will get away with that what's the next step fascism works you're sitting there writing to Winchell Walter Winchell yes I am and you're predicting that these people will stop at nothing once they know they can get away with and yet you don't think they can do what they want to the mail come back six one letter it's not just one letter you're also planning to sue the government as you said we have rights how can you see what these people we have already B. I. agents harassing us we have had our children questions let someone else try to wind chill someone else the next guy yeah but the next guy step up and I just sit here on my end is keeping quiet waiting for the worst to happen no I don't see shop see sitting around writing letters waiting for the worst topic not yes Canada this is my country anymore it is Linda birds it is the Jew haters it is the America firsters people who chase children down the street asking questions support their families to Kentucky it's their country and if we run if we quit then they win and they do not get to win done nothing wrong so it is in welcome to fresh AIR congratulations on your performance in the fight against America it's going to start racing how are you so much Terry I'm alright I have to say it it seems really small to complain about anything considering what so many people are going to right now we're doing absolutely fine we all have our health I'm staying at my parents house with my my partner and our child right now so it's a lot to just two but we're really lucky so you were on a set in Australia and your partner Paul deanno is on a set in London both production shut down scenario you and your daughter your young daughter living with your parents or your in your child at home now as a mother I am strange I think especially because we don't know when we're going to go back home to Brooklyn we've been gone from there because my my job started in November so we've been gone for six months now and we don't know when we're going to go back because quote unquote when this is over I think we have to go back to our respective jobs or at least that's what I'm assuming right now and but you know all of us are living in such a state of not knowing right now and so so I think that that that makes it harder than if I knew like okay maybe living with my parents for six weeks or whatever but there's something wonderful to about I mean it feels like being inside of a dream or something like giving my daughter baths in the bath tub that my sister and I used to take our baths and then talking to you right now sitting on the floor of my childhood closet where I used to like talk on the phone to my boyfriend in high school you know very strange that's that's that's pretty funny so let's talk about the plot against America other parts of the story about living in America first nation that's becoming very anti semitic and increasingly moving toward fascism other parts of that story that resonate for you now and I should mention Philip Roth wrote this in is a two thousand four yeah I think that's right two thousand three or two thousand four yeah I was kind of taken aback at the parallels that are on the page I thought like oh when people write about this they're gonna think that David Simon was being like ham fisted in making allusions to our our current government and our current situation but the high majority of them are right there on the page and like you said what he wrote more than a decade before trump came to power so yes it feels like scarily Prashant in some ways and then in other ways he was just looking back at the history of our country and we have interment camps in this country in World War two as you know so I don't know that he was imagining an America that far off from the one that he thought we were living in what makes you feel most like Philip Roth was prescient in writing this what occurs today do you most feel from the story Roth cautioned David Simon about drawing too strong a parallel between trump and Lindbergh and his coughing was mostly that he's that Lindbergh had once been a great American hero in a way that trump never has been and the extra power that a person like Lindbergh would have because of his position the cultural imagination for me the thing that felt that kind of took my breath away I guess is the slow creep that you feel in the book and it's not the man in the high castle it's not what if fascism was imported into America it's about what if the magnetic forces at work in our country we're just giving a little push in one direction what if a certain kind of intolerance was just given a slight nod from towers on high like what permission would that give the average citizen and how do people get marginalized in like small insidious ways I think we're seeing it now even more than when we shot the thing in ways about like the way that Asian Americans are being treated right now with the the rise of covert nineteen in our president getting on stage and saying you know the Chinese virus you know things like that it feels like it feels like that is something that could have come straight out of this book I really like your character in the plot against America and the way you portray her no as we heard like your husband in the series wants to take a stand against Lindberg in a in a public way right to Winchell but you think it's putting the whole family at risk you've been telling him for a while like no you should really get out of America and moved to Canada where you'll be safe in your smart you stand up for what you believe in that you also know your husband isn't going to listen to you and that you don't really have any power he's going to do what he wants to do so I I'm interested in the idea of you playing like a strong woman who doesn't really have any power yeah you know it's really interesting for me because I think when culturally we talk about like a strong woman that has become sort of shorthand for like someone who kicks **** and takes names right and this is not that person she is like making a roast chicken and making sure that her kids clothes amended properly when they go to school you know but it was really interesting for me to sort of be confronted with the archetype of a mother exactly at a time when I was a new mother myself and My Baby was about six months old when I started filming and and you know it's really complicated for me because my body had sort of become totally at the behest of my child rate I was breast feeding and waking up at all hours for her and like my love was totally funneled toward this new person and my experience of my body was really different than it had been before and your body is your tools and actor and so it was very confronting to me to like have to enter into that person and find her strength and find her opinions and find how she was a person and not just a mother and a wife and it really dove tails for me into a similar sort of like re finding of myself within this new role of mother and and making those boundaries in a healthy way and I do think in a way it allowed me to like to allow mother had to be a priority for me in a way that didn't feel at odds with a kind of an well for one thing like the feminist upbringing I was given the fact that I want something bigger for myself than just in the domestic sphere what I want to hear more but first we have to take a short break so let me reintroduce you if you're just joining us my guest is because then and she's one of the stars of the six part HBO series the plot against America which is adapted from the Philip Roth novel of the same name the final episode will be shown tonight we'll be right back this is fresh AIR on the plane there show talk doesn't just mean talking it.

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"winchell" Discussed on So You Want to be a Podcaster

So You Want to be a Podcaster

09:30 min | 6 months ago

"winchell" Discussed on So You Want to be a Podcaster

"Welcome to this episode of so you WanNa be a podcast or and we are going to be having a guest with us. A professional guest actually with us to talk about today's topic. We WanNa talk to you about the topic of interviewing guests and both colon. I when we were discussing this came up with the person we wanted to have on. And I'm going to tell you why we have this person. If you listen to my rap report podcast you heard me get interviewed by somebody where I shared my testimony and I had the feedback. I got from several people as who was that doing that interview because she really knows how to pull details out and go back in when you skip over things to flesh things out more she really Senate professional and I went because she is professional. She's a journalist. And so we have with us Who and we've heard her voice before. Listen to so you. WanNa to be a podcast. Because she was on an earlier episode but Tracy which all from reboots podcasts. A welcome well. It's nice to not to be here in. Wow My my head's getting bigger. I'm going to have to take out a couple of notches in my headsets. That was awesome by the way your interview was spectacular and it was the perfect one to just. It wasn't at all what I what I thought we were. GonNa go four but I loved it. And so thank you for your vulnerability in your transparency and for the opportunity to to to to share. Your Life Man. It was awesome. We'll thank you you're gonNA have to Link that in episodes Andrew because now our audiences thinking I want to hear that interview. Okay good point so if you look in your show notes which is an episode. That's going to be coming up soon if it were. We already did. It may already done it. But all right so tracy colleen and I wanted to have yawn because Y- and maybe it'd be good to first give your background but you're journalist by trade so you're actually trained to learn how to ask good questions. Maybe give folks a real quick background of your background as a journalist and then we want us to talk to you about. How do we ask? Good questions are all. Many of us are podcasting. We have guests on. There's a lot of podcasts. That have guessed like your show which has a different guest every week. And I've seen the difference in Choline and I've talked about this. Maybe she'll she'll share more. But I've seen where you have people that you can immediately tell who's prepared and who's not when they have a guest on and you. Colin I've sometimes it'll be like oh shows like hey. Have you listened to spark yes? Yeah they weren't prepared for guest. No you could tell they weren't and so there's there's prep-work that's people sometimes think it's having someone on and you just have a conversation. Some people can pull that off. Not everyone can so let. Let's hear about your your backgrounds of journalists real quick and then let's get into how to do interviews. Well I spent seven years as a journalist Before that I I worked in a newsroom and In a production studio where we broadcast the five to six in the ten o'clock news so And then after that I did a ton of Radio Work and magazine writing and stuff like that so You know I've been doing this since nineteen eighty four. No kidding I'm I'm sort of dating myself but I also covered because I'm I'm an Arkansan I covered the Clinton campaign in Nineteen ninety-two and before that Covered him as governor which was always interesting and fascinating. You thought you were going to get some information from him. You're like you know interviewing and you're thinking I got him nailed down on a topic and you get back to to the station. Any start going over your video to write your story and you're like hey didn't say anything so you discovered why he was called. Slick Willy but neither here there as a journalist. It is fascinating when a guy you know is about to become. President of the United States. Doesn't matter your politics it's fascinating in. The last time that I saw him interacted with him was a week before is i. He did a final Media availability with all Arkansas journalists in that would have been early. Nineteen ninety three in January the week before he left to prepare for his inauguration. So that's kind of my background and it. It just seemed natural What do the math thirty years later? Or so to launch podcast. It just made perfect sense right so you started when you were five just for the record. I'm every bit of fifty five. I'm I'm I've earned. Every one of those years my brother and sister in law right with that. So what kind of things when you go in. You're interviewing a guest on a podcast. What kind of things can you help us as podcasters both in in preparation before the podcast? And then let's get into what sort of things help us during the podcast. Well I go back a little farther than that. Even I have to know my shows. Why my show exists to share stories about people who have learned to navigate change in life or in business? That's my shows purpose. Now my why. Here's why I do that My why is twofold? My why is to help? My guest find continued hope and healing the sharing of their stories. The second piece is to help my listeners. Find Hope and healing through authentic stories of others who struggled with some of the same issues that my my guests have struggle with or that. I've struggled with so those two things shape everything I do to prepare an interview and even to to seek out interviews. So that's number one now. I think it's really important for every podcast to understand what you want your guest to get out of it. It's also important to know what you want your listeners to get from each guest interview you can have a global peace in. It's important avid global peace. But it's just as important to understand what that brick of each individual interview looks like so for me those two things dictate a couple of very important things it dictates how. I'M GONNA conduct my interview. And what kind of information about someone else's life. I want them to share. So the first thing is that my role is to listen and to care. It's to clarify when necessary my role because I want my guests to find continued hope and healing through the sharing of their stories. My role is not to challenge or confront now occasionally. I've had to do that. But those interviews never made it to the air because when. I found out that someone who wanted to be on. My show was not being authentic with me or themselves or their guests and I couldn't get them to just shoot straight with me. Terminated the interview. Wow that's I mean that takes a bit to to be able to know that because you don't want an interview that is someone's putting on a facade. I can't do it but yet if you scheduled it 'cause this now you've got me thinking about this because that's gotta be hard. I'm trying to put myself in in your position. Saying how hard is that? You scheduled it. You got the interview and now all of a sudden it's like we're not going further understand understand so far every time I've had to do that. And it's like three times in eighty five or so interviews They have come to me and wanted to be on my show of asked him a few questions. They seemed okay. We get halfway in and they're being inconsistent in the journalist. Kicks in on me but I'm not to embarrass them. Embarrassed them because they're not finding hope and healing through the sharing of their stories. But I'm not going to embarrass them. That is not my role that may be someone else's role. I've done that role before. That has been my job before. But this is where it's so important to understand our why for our podcast and our interview. It's you're saying that helps me find freedom in what I'm supposed to do with each specific interview you as you're saying that it improved. Mind the when Ben Shapiro had John Macarthur on and basically John. Macarthur was for full hour just sharing the gospel with a Jewish guy. I mean just go through all the Jewish scriptures and it. It was really kind of interesting and people challenged him and said. Why didn't you to bench bear? Why didn't you correct him? Why didn't you tell them? You don't believe Jesus Messiah why don't you go into all that and Ben Shapiro? Had An interesting point he said. Look when I have a guest.

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How to Interview with Tracy Winchell

So You Want to be a Podcaster

08:54 min | 6 months ago

How to Interview with Tracy Winchell

"Welcome to this episode of so you WanNa be a podcast or and we are going to be having a guest with us. A professional guest actually with us to talk about today's topic. We WanNa talk to you about the topic of interviewing guests and both colon. I when we were discussing this came up with the person we wanted to have on. And I'm going to tell you why we have this person. If you listen to my rap report podcast you heard me get interviewed by somebody where I shared my testimony and I had the feedback. I got from several people as who was that doing that interview because she really knows how to pull details out and go back in when you skip over things to flesh things out more she really Senate professional and I went because she is professional. She's a journalist. And so we have with us Who and we've heard her voice before. Listen to so you. WanNa to be a podcast. Because she was on an earlier episode but Tracy which all from reboots podcasts. A welcome well. It's nice to not to be here in. Wow My my head's getting bigger. I'm going to have to take out a couple of notches in my headsets. That was awesome by the way your interview was spectacular and it was the perfect one to just. It wasn't at all what I what I thought we were. GonNa go four but I loved it. And so thank you for your vulnerability in your transparency and for the opportunity to to to to share. Your Life Man. It was awesome. We'll thank you you're gonNA have to Link that in episodes Andrew because now our audiences thinking I want to hear that interview. Okay good point so if you look in your show notes which is an episode. That's going to be coming up soon if it were. We already did. It may already done it. But all right so tracy colleen and I wanted to have yawn because Y- and maybe it'd be good to first give your background but you're journalist by trade so you're actually trained to learn how to ask good questions. Maybe give folks a real quick background of your background as a journalist and then we want us to talk to you about. How do we ask? Good questions are all. Many of us are podcasting. We have guests on. There's a lot of podcasts. That have guessed like your show which has a different guest every week. And I've seen the difference in Choline and I've talked about this. Maybe she'll she'll share more. But I've seen where you have people that you can immediately tell who's prepared and who's not when they have a guest on and you. Colin I've sometimes it'll be like oh shows like hey. Have you listened to spark yes? Yeah they weren't prepared for guest. No you could tell they weren't and so there's there's prep-work that's people sometimes think it's having someone on and you just have a conversation. Some people can pull that off. Not everyone can so let. Let's hear about your your backgrounds of journalists real quick and then let's get into how to do interviews. Well I spent seven years as a journalist Before that I I worked in a newsroom and In a production studio where we broadcast the five to six in the ten o'clock news so And then after that I did a ton of Radio Work and magazine writing and stuff like that so You know I've been doing this since nineteen eighty four. No kidding I'm I'm sort of dating myself but I also covered because I'm I'm an Arkansan I covered the Clinton campaign in Nineteen ninety-two and before that Covered him as governor which was always interesting and fascinating. You thought you were going to get some information from him. You're like you know interviewing and you're thinking I got him nailed down on a topic and you get back to to the station. Any start going over your video to write your story and you're like hey didn't say anything so you discovered why he was called. Slick Willy but neither here there as a journalist. It is fascinating when a guy you know is about to become. President of the United States. Doesn't matter your politics it's fascinating in. The last time that I saw him interacted with him was a week before is i. He did a final Media availability with all Arkansas journalists in that would have been early. Nineteen ninety three in January the week before he left to prepare for his inauguration. So that's kind of my background and it. It just seemed natural What do the math thirty years later? Or so to launch podcast. It just made perfect sense right so you started when you were five just for the record. I'm every bit of fifty five. I'm I'm I've earned. Every one of those years my brother and sister in law right with that. So what kind of things when you go in. You're interviewing a guest on a podcast. What kind of things can you help us as podcasters both in in preparation before the podcast? And then let's get into what sort of things help us during the podcast. Well I go back a little farther than that. Even I have to know my shows. Why my show exists to share stories about people who have learned to navigate change in life or in business? That's my shows purpose. Now my why. Here's why I do that My why is twofold? My why is to help? My guest find continued hope and healing the sharing of their stories. The second piece is to help my listeners. Find Hope and healing through authentic stories of others who struggled with some of the same issues that my my guests have struggle with or that. I've struggled with so those two things shape everything I do to prepare an interview and even to to seek out interviews. So that's number one now. I think it's really important for every podcast to understand what you want your guest to get out of it. It's also important to know what you want your listeners to get from each guest interview you can have a global peace in. It's important avid global peace. But it's just as important to understand what that brick of each individual interview looks like so for me those two things dictate a couple of very important things it dictates how. I'M GONNA conduct my interview. And what kind of information about someone else's life. I want them to share. So the first thing is that my role is to listen and to care. It's to clarify when necessary my role because I want my guests to find continued hope and healing through the sharing of their stories. My role is not to challenge or confront now occasionally. I've had to do that. But those interviews never made it to the air because when. I found out that someone who wanted to be on. My show was not being authentic with me or themselves or their guests and I couldn't get them to just shoot straight with me. Terminated the interview. Wow that's I mean that takes a bit to to be able to know that because you don't want an interview that is someone's putting on a facade. I can't do it but yet if you scheduled it 'cause this now you've got me thinking about this because that's gotta be hard. I'm trying to put myself in in your position. Saying how hard is that? You scheduled it. You got the interview and now all of a sudden it's like we're not going further understand understand so far every time I've had to do that. And it's like three times in eighty five or so interviews They have come to me and wanted to be on my show of asked him a few questions. They seemed okay. We get halfway in and they're being inconsistent in the journalist. Kicks in on me but I'm not to embarrass them. Embarrassed them because they're not finding hope and healing through the sharing of their stories. But I'm not going to embarrass them. That is not my role that may be someone else's role. I've done that role before. That has been my job before. But this is where it's so important to understand our why for our podcast and our

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"winchell" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:58 min | 8 months ago

"winchell" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The day we've got some sunshine it's going to be cold we'll have a high temperature in the low thirties then for tonight that low temperatures get angel romping down into the sure coming down to around twenty four and then for tomorrow sunny high near forty mostly cloudy high the mid forties on Wednesday rain in the forties on Thursday scattered showers of the forties on Friday to drive the weekend or for forty some Saturday low fifties on Sunday right now we got a temperature present temperature at the twenty four Winchell fourteen if this review concert by unbound dot org right now there are young people across the world facing a tough choice continue their dream of education or drop out to help their family put food on the table you can help change their future in a single moment see how far your support can go at unbound dot org MM this morning news time is six six nine seven or eight six two point one FM and the hard to radio lab doing today it is a doctor king holiday thanks for joining us today and there's some of you will be off work some of you will be off of school either way so glad you could take part in the shenanigans that we have on the first morning news for today which is of course Monday January the twentieth it is twenty one twenty twenty as you are look at the calendar so glad you're here how was your weekend do you watch any that football over the weekend my goodness how bout that tell you what for a little bit for just a minute or two it looks like the Titans could be Superbowl bound did it I mean if we were really honest about this I'm a didn't really look like the Titans have shot.

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"winchell" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:38 min | 8 months ago

"winchell" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Thirties Winchell temptress having the teens all day expect sun shine if you have two calls on Tuesday still sees me cool not as windy low to mid thirties back to see the norms on Wednesday lot sunshine heights upper thirties I mean Ross Tabor start your day with Len Berman and Michael real in the morning six til ten I'm a show Bala on seven ten W. O. R. and N. B. C. news radio station.

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00:28 sec | 8 months ago

D.C.-area forecast: Cold temperatures on the way

"Traffic changes on the way was the article front barrels through the area mostly cloudy skies are becoming mostly cloudy some scattered flurries especially north of the district blustery and turning colder temperatures falling into the forties into the thirties today we've already had our eyes gradual clearing tonight blustery in very cold lows in the upper teens north of the district to low twenties elsewhere Winchell's be the single digits to the lower teens mostly sunny brisk and cold tomorrow highs in the mid thirties chills in the twenties mostly sunny Tuesday mid thirties mostly

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Iva Toguri D'Aquino Pardoned - January 19, 1977

This Day in History Class

04:59 min | 8 months ago

Iva Toguri D'Aquino Pardoned - January 19, 1977

"Hello everybody I'm eve and you're tuned into this day in history class a show where we travel full back in time one day at a time. Today is January nineteenth twenty twenty and the day was January nineteenth nineteen seventy seven. US President Gerald. Ford Ford pardoned Iva degree Keno a Japanese American broadcaster more than two decades after she was released from prison that Kino also known on as Tokyo rose have been convicted of treason for aiding Japan during World War. Two Tokyo rose was actually the name that Allied Service People gave women who broadcasted on Japanese propaganda. Radio Dottino became synonymous with the label. Tokyo rose but there were many broadcasters who worked to demoralize soldiers sailors and Marines in the Pacific Keno grew up in Los Angeles in nineteen forty one months months before the Pearl Harbor bombing and the US is entry into World War Two. She went to Japan to take care of her sick aunt. She left with an identification nations card but no passport while in Japan she went to the US vice console to get a passport saying she wanted to go back to the US. Her application was sent to the State Department but before her passport was issued. The Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. Aquino was stuck in Japan during during the war there. She refused to bow to Japanese pressure to renounce citizenship and become a Japanese citizen. She attended Japanese language and culture school and she worked for the Dome News Agency but Japan would not grant her a food ration card and it was hard to make ends meet in late. Nineteen team forty three. She began working as an announcer and DJ for radio. Tokyo's propaganda broadcasts at the time. Allied prisoners of war. Her were forced to broadcast propaganda. Dottino started broadcasting on a program called the zero hour under the name orphan and she was one of many women who spoke American English and announced for these propaganda broadcasts which were sent out to. US troops they made statements designed designed to lower troops. Morale played popular songs and broadcast news. She made a reported one hundred fifty yen or at seven dollars per month. armie analysis determined that the propaganda broadcasts did not having negative effect on troop morale but there are supposed concern with Giocchino the fact that she seemed to have intelligence on US ship and troop movements based on her broadcasts after the Japanese surrendered in nineteen forty five reporters found out about her broadcasts and interviewed her. After gaining notoriety for her press and becoming associated with the moniker Tokyo rose US US authorities arrested and questioned her. She claimed that she never called herself. Tokyo rose and her broadcast which was true. There was no evidence that any any broadcaster even call themselves. Tokyo Rose U. S. military occupiers released her after detaining her for a year since they did not have evidence that she committed crimes against the US but the case against Aquino was reignited when she requested a US passport again and veterans groups and broadcaster. Walter winchell spoke out against her return and alleged crimes the US Justice Department reopened her case. She was arrested did for treason sent to San Francisco and put in county. Jails pre trial started in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine during the trial. She said that she had never made disloyal statements and that she had even tried to thwart the broadcast effectiveness by including double meanings still. She was convicted on a single count of treason then for speaking into a microphone. Concerning the loss of ships was the only woman who broadcast it for Radio Tokyo. Who was known to be an American citizen citizen? She was sentenced to ten years in prison. And a ten thousand dollar fine. She served six years and two months of her sentence and was released early for good behavior. The government tried to deport her but she resisted those efforts. She ran a grocery store and gift shop in Chicago and sought apart in with breath persistence. She maintained that she even secretly gave food and medicine allied. POW's in Japan though she had a lot of detractors. There were are also people who supported her and were skeptical of the government's case journalist. Ron Yates of the Chicago Tribune found out that two former radio Tokyo employees who testified against I

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"winchell" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:41 min | 9 months ago

"winchell" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Com slash needle in your first two weeks visit Libya dot com that's L. I. V. E. eight dot com your forecast on news talk eight threo WCCO all right the weather about to get a lawyer interesting wind chill advisory tonight waking up to seven below tam Winchell of about fifteen twenty below tomorrow at the bus stop but the sun will be out of that's any consolation Hey hi of six and then the winter storm watch our biggest snowstorms tend to be preceded by a big scoop of arctic air so we got that working for us we won't have to worry about a change over the ice or rain it's gonna snow by midday Friday it should be snowing heavy snow Friday afternoon Friday night finally tapering late in the morning on Saturday by then the metro may have six to ten inches of accumulation now those amounts may change a little depending on the track depending on how many hours total of snow were expecting but this should be very plausible Friday's high twenty four twenty five on Saturday much better travel on Sunday mostly cloudy high of nine six on Monday twenty is next Tuesday back into the mid thirties above zero Wednesday Thursday Friday of next week so another fall shaping up little more than a week out it's twenty two now three fifty at news talking three oh WCCO from the release having center ways traffic restaurant downtown Minneapolis at high I want the crash so to the rights and cleared out of the way still slow those come across the river bridge into downtown Minneapolis ninety four west bound to make way.

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"winchell" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:59 min | 9 months ago

"winchell" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"As I eighty eighty ninety four no more problems eastbound right around climb that earlier crash cleared out and so are the delays westbound moving fine except reported six eighteen antes radio seven idea what about put on FM echo the forecast tonight's cleared cold lower twenty two new year's day forecast some sunshine and a high of forty degrees cloudy in twenty eight out of here with a wind chill of seventeen there for midway twenty nine Winchell eighteen and the lake from the wind chill of nineteen the news watch continues our six ten Chicago man is accused of sexually abusing a minor at a Naperville hotel and police are there may have been more victims WBBM Steve Miller reports police in Naperville say Gabriel mode Linda's moralis met his female victim on social media a minor and authorities say the two went to a motel in Naperville twice earlier this month bonds been set at one hundred thousand dollars which means Melinda's moralis has to come up with ten thousand to bond out he's charged with three felony counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse Naperville police say they are investigating the possibility that there are more victims Steve Miller news radio one oh five point nine FM marijuana dispensaries expecting lines as early as six AM tomorrow and recreational use becomes legal in the state resco labs chase and keys says they will have four dispensaries open for business in the Chicago land area he says of they'll be ready for the expected crowd in lake view we have a staging area indoors at uncommon ground a couple doors down where people can review our products and talked our Wallace advisors to understand what products are available starting in the new year Illinois residents twenty one and over with a valid state ID can purchase up to thirty grams of cannabis flower up to five hundred milligrams of cannabis infused product including edibles like gummies chocolates and baked goods he says though it's important to be educated before your first purchase online our website or to any of the educational websites for cannabis and understand the different consumption message and understand you know what products are going to be available he says Cresco will set aside.

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"winchell" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:42 min | 10 months ago

"winchell" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Square holiday pies online today and Baker's square dot com next traffic report at eight twenty eight to newsradio seven eighty and one of five point nine FM accu weather forecast for today mostly sunny high of forty three tonight clear skies with some fog forming later on a low of thirty one then tomorrow areas of fog in the morning otherwise partly sunny and mild high tomorrow forty six bears game tomorrow night partly cloudy temperature at kickoff in Soldier Field forty degrees for a late December where are you bear weather right now we have thirty two degrees at o'hare under fair skies Winchell twenty six thirty to at midway thirty four at the lake front Whedon fares guys twenty six degrees going up to forty three WBBM news time may twenty at our top story this hour today is expected to be the biggest shopping day of the year rivaling and perhaps even beating the clouds crowds on Black Friday in November super Saturday also known as panic Saturday because it's the last Saturday before Christmas is also the day before the first night of Hanukkah this year nearly one hundred forty eight million people are expected to hit the stores that's up from one hundred thirty four million last year well a much more on this story coming up at nine thirty one well if you have all of your Christmas shopping done and you're not doing any panics preparations for the holiday here's a list of things you can do around the Chicago area this weekend with WBBM Jennifer Kuiper at symphony center in the loop this weekend the Chicago symphony orchestra has deck the halls were merry merry Chicago in the symphony forest joins them for holiday standards and classical composition such as the Hallelujah chorus from Handel's messiah before heading back to the North Pole Santa makes a stop at the north suburban Antioch.

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"winchell" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

09:36 min | 10 months ago

"winchell" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Fifties overnight lows actually near forty not that bad the Memphis morning news time the seven thirty two twenty eight degrees course that Winchell of twenty one goodness gracious me Memphis morning news time is seven thirty two of him in one six hundred W. R. E. C. ninety two point one FM and the I heart radio at all rights well I hope you're doing well I hope that you're not getting shocked in the house with this cold dry air sh talk about talk about getting static electricity or radio stations a heck of a place to pick it up we always move metal parts moving around who now where are those rubber soled shoes make sure you ground yourself to who goodness gracious me all right we got plenty of news of course we have been first coming up seven forty five we got to a talk on impeachment and local news to where a part of a big guy a big grant is headed to the Memphis area we'll talk about that coming up as well but first let's get on this date in history I'm at like twelve or thirteen things is pretty pretty interesting day others date December nineteenth seventeen thirty two Ben Franklin under the name Richard Saunders begins publication of poor Richard's almanac on this date seventeen thirty two on this date in seventeen seventy six Thomas Paine publishes his first American crisis essay beginning quote these are the times that try men's souls on the state seventeen seventy six how he knew also on this date in eighteen twenty three Georgia passes the first US state birth registration wall in the country also on this date in eighteen forty three but twenty years later a Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens is published with six thousand copies sold which back then see a number back in the day in fact that was so long ago did they even have all the letters in the alphabet yet nineteen forty three we now also on this date in nineteen oh three Williamsburg suspension bridge opens between Brooklyn and Manhattan up in New York about that it's been over a hundred years now also on this date in nineteen ten still shocks me that this is only a hundred nine years ago the first U. S. city ordinance requiring white and black residential areas in Baltimore still just I know I'm not naive it just still just blows my mind and I know it was it I know times have changed and often times for the better but it's just still I just a weird me out and it's just so wrong all right on this date in nineteen nineteen the American meteorological society was founded so whether folks I guess rejoice at that the state in nineteen forty one Adolf Hitler takes complete command of the German army also the US office of censorship is created to control information pertaining to World War two on that very same day wow also on this date in nineteen fifty eight we skip ahead just a bit here on this date first radio broadcast from space as president Dwight D. Eisenhower's Christmas message to all mankind America's wish for peace on earth and good will to men everywhere on this date in nineteen fifty nine the first liberty bowl game ever expense state beats Alabama seven to nothing no Nick seven was not the coach then also on this date in nineteen seventy four got it the man with the golden gun it's the knife James Bond film starring Roger Moore Britt Ekland and Christopher Lee a premieres in London on this very same day one year later John Paul Stevens becomes the US Supreme Court justice but maybe pop culture wise just as big Ron wood joins the rolling stones in the state in nineteen seventy five on December nineteenth in nineteen eighty six the also platoon directed by Oliver Stone is starring Tom Berenger Willem Dafoe and a very young Charlie Sheen is released it makes Best Picture from the Academy Awards of nineteen eighty seven also on December nineteenth in nineteen ninety one Boris Yeltsin takes control of the Kremlin but probably more importantly if the six thousandth episode of one life to live on ABC yeah I also Nancy nineteen where we on one more nineteen ninety one is that it now nineteen ninety eight one more item the US house of representatives votes to impeach president Bill Clinton fording the articles of impeachment to the Senate for a trial and there you have it on this day in history December the nineteenth two thousand nineteen all right let's talk about those local headlines I mentioned a few moments ago according to Attorney General William Barr as part of a seventy million dollar block of money to come back crime Memphis will be getting a share of that seventy million dollars he made this announcement yesterday in Detroit as part of operation relentless pursuit bar was in Memphis last month on another project apparently has an affinity for Memphis and trying to help the city here part of this according to local officials yes that they are looking to use the S. to reassign a number of federal special agents to certain cities as well as building up task forces through collaborative efforts with state and other law enforcement partners there's no word exactly on how the money will be divided but they're hoping to increase staffing at the sheriff's office and with the Memphis police department course Memphis according to William Barr said quote in Memphis it's the second most violent city in the country with the violent crime rate five times the national average our guest in about six minutes will tell you all about that too because every day he kicks off his short for clock with the heinous crime report talking about all the violence in the city of Memphis been Ferguson will join us in about six minutes right here on this very radio station let's talk about some other news it's not all about crime okay well maybe it is a local nurse going to fox thirteen was busted stealing from the hospital where she worked Bailey Solomon I worked at Methodist low Bonner as a registered nurse I July audit revealed that someone stole drugs from work and even use the medication while she was on the clock in an email to the hospital someone said to her clinical director after her license was suspended quote I can't believe I allowed a drug addiction to surface and screw up my future going to fox thirteen they found some records showed in a two week period solving had one hundred and thirty instances where the administration waste and waste of controlled substances were not documented properly that includes twenty one different medications and a total of four hundred and sixty one individual items such as pills or surrender syringes according to the records found a fox thirteen looking in Tennessee Mississippi and Arkansas hundred fourteen nurses had their license either revoked or suspended after they tested positive for narcotics admitted to being addicted or were punished for mishandling narcotics our license you currently is suspended enter multi state privilege to practice in any other state is the activated so they don't allow the what do they call that when you can practice another reciprocation you can't yeah she can't do it in another state but you know that temptation is there when you're with with drugs I mean I can see that if somebody has a propensity for that maybe doesn't even know what but then it happens in Germantown a nineteen year old has been arrested for stealing keys out of the locker Germantown athletic club and then stealing the car was found around town a little bit later on and they arrested a nineteen year old in that case it didn't take too long but he did get busted coming up we got been Ferguson on the show we're gonna talk about some local and some national issues on security has a take regarding the increase employment about city council on trash and also on your utilities will talk to him about that we'll talk about impeachment of course again top story two articles of impeachment passed in the house representatives essentially on party lines you did have a few Democrats defect to vote against impeachment and now we'll wait a Senate trial.

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Temps Feeling Like the Single Digits Heading Our Way

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:41 sec | 10 months ago

Temps Feeling Like the Single Digits Heading Our Way

"Awfully cold a single digit Winchell's yeah Vicky unfortunately it is quite cold out there early this morning and the winds are a strong to to go along with it so again we'll have a loner sixteen but like you said the wind chills will make it feel like it's as low as the low single digits mostly sunny windy and very cold then later today and we really won't recover that much with a high near twenty seven and wind chills will still be in the teens for much of the day clear and very cold Thursday night with a loner twenty two in mid town but falling into the mid teens and many suburbs sunny and still quite cold Friday but not quite as harshest Thursday with a high near thirty four still chilly on Saturday with times of clouds and sun with a high near thirty three sunny to partly cloudy in a bit milder than by Sunday with a high near forty

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"winchell" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:12 min | 10 months ago

"winchell" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Question a few minutes here the forecast today Christmas a week from today partly sunny cold hi today twenty three twelve fifteen midwife fourteen Crown Point Winchell minus two going up to twelve W. we got news time seven twenty our top story this hour demonstrators gathered at Chicago's federal plaza last night as well as other locations around the area to support the effort to impeach president trump at one rally in Naperville a protester said the president broke the law and needs to be held accountable will have much more on this story coming up at seven thirty one the mayor auroras explaining why the city's again moving to force nineteen convicted child sex offenders out of the way side crossed halfway house Richard Durbin says the Kane county state's attorney agrees that halfway houses too close to a neighboring park and playground it's not up to me determine the wayside crosses ability or the police department determined whether not wayside cross has the ability to monitor or not matter what our job is to do is follow the law and the law says that no child sex offender can live within five hundred feet of where children played a playground and twenty for the residents in the playground is outside the five hundred foot limit and he'll be going to court to block the elections Chicago police are looking for three people who threw a rock through a store window and stolen ATM from inside early today the incident was reported in the thirty one hundred block of north Central Avenue police say it appears nothing else was stolen smart quiz next WBBM news time seven twenty one all your what a home for the holidays with his plot one the Marvel Darth Vader and Homer so what's your home for the holidays stream is Star Wars nat geo and thirty seasons of the senses something to celebrate all these and more now streaming US dot com to sign up now the starlight lounge presents an evening with progressive it took a bit of a risk singing that song but of course the one place I never take chances is the room where progressive snapshot reward your safe driving a good driver plus snapshot equals big discounts one plus one equals too little too late it is a casualty insurance company affiliates snapshot unavailing California North Carolina or from all agents the second morning business deals with one water the smart quiz question now the California recall is not the state bird of the Golden State rather which other western state that's right the California goal is not the not the state bird in California but another western state what's that state lines open I will take the seventh caller one eight six six seventy quiz one eight six six seven eighty seven eight four nine this hour's prize a family four pack of tickets to see MJ live at the Rosemont theatre on Saturday February first for more information visit Ross my theater dot com the answer in about ten WBBM news time seven twenty three let's get down to business with this report from financial editor Lynn Walter ladies and gentleman stock index futures flap today investors pausing apparently after wall street's record setting spree while FedEx's taking a look at its worst days in September after cutting its annual profit forecast for the second time this year right now the Dow futures up twenty six nasdaq contract update the S. and P. up two and a half FedEx willing eight percent ahead of the open it lowered its fiscal twenty twenty profit forecast on heavy expenses slowing global trade along with the fallout from its break up with Amazon dot com the bell weather stock isn't old wire in an otherwise flight US trading market before the opening bell a Wall Street rally spurred by hopes of an additional US China trade deal last week had propelled benchmark five hundred S. and P. to record highs for four straight sessions all three major indexes ended yesterday at record closing levels but the gains of her to lose a little bit of our moment of this morning as investors crave more details about the agreement another risk factor is an almost certain impeachment of president.

Winslow Jr. pleads guilty to rape, sexual battery

Tim Conway Jr.

00:13 sec | 11 months ago

Winslow Jr. pleads guilty to rape, sexual battery

"An ex NFL player can fell at Kellen Winslow juniors pleaded guilty to rape of a teenager and sexual battery of a hitchhiker the former tight end was facing a re trial in San Diego for multiple charges Winchell now's looking at twelve to eighteen years in

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BBC reverses decision on journalist race complaint'.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

06:11 min | 1 year ago

BBC reverses decision on journalist race complaint'.

"Coming up on the news BBC reverses this decision on Ackerman Chetty race complaint. US President Impeachment Whistle blowing endangered by trump criticism mm-hmm and three hundred fifteen billion tonne iceberg breaks off Antarctica. It's Monday September ten thirty. I'm Anthony Davis the BBC's director Director General Lord Hall has reversed a decision to partially uphold the Complaint Against Breakfast TV presenter Nag Amon Chetty. He told staff that munchies words were not sufficient to merit a partial uphold of the complaints against her she had criticized the US presidents motives after he said four four female politicians of color should go back to places from which they came. Mr Hall said he personally reviewed the decision of the complaints unit he he reiterated that racism is racism and the BBC is not impartial on the topic. The corporation said the complaint was originally partially upheld because it's aditorial guidelines do not allow for journalists to give their opinions about the individual making the remarks all them motives for doing so in this case Donald trump it comes off to dozens of black actors and broadcasters called on the BBC to overturn its decision to uphold the complaint against against Mon- chetty in an email to BBC staff. Mr Hall said many of you asked that I personally reviewed the decision of the Ecu I have done so I have looked carefully at all the arguments that have been made and assessed all the materials in this instance. I don't think naggus words were sufficient to merit a partial uphold of the complaint around the comments she made there was never any sanction against Negga. I hope this step makes that absolutely clear. He added that she he is an exceptional journalist and he is asked editorial and leadership teams to discuss how we manage live exchanges on air around these topics in in the future a change. Dot Org online petition in support of Nag Amon Chetty had this morning reached almost sixty thousand signatures the lawyers for a whistle blower whose complaint triggered the US presidential impeachment inquiry say Donald Trump's words words are endangering their client since the transcript of his call with the president of Ukraine was revealed. Mr Trump has called for the anonymous whistleblower to be unmasked asked Democrats say the whistle blower will testify to Congress soon once steps taken to protect their identity. Mr Trump has suggested his opponents could be arrested for treason the letter from the whistle blowers legal team in which the law is called attention to Mr Trump's language was sent to acting director of National Intelligence since Joseph Maguire on Saturday and made public on Sunday. The events of the past week of heightened out concerns that our clients identity will be disclosed publicly and that as a result our clients will be put in harm's way wrote the lawyer it quotes. Mr Trump is saying I want to know who's the person that gave the whistle blower the information because that's close to a spy you know what we used to do in the old days when we were smart right with spies and treason right. We used to handle them a little differently than we do now. The letter also references a fifty thousand dollar bounty that too conservative trump's supporters have offered offered as a reward for information about the whistle blower last night. Mr Trump re tweeted a Fox news guest who warned that if Mr Trump is removed from office office it will spark a civil war-like fracture in this nation from winchell country will never heal Illinois Republican Congressman Adam Kim Zinger condemned Mr Trump's tweet as repugnant Amery ice shelf in Antarctica Attica has just produced his biggest iceberg in more than fifty years. The carved block covers one thousand six hundred thirty six square kilometers in Area A little smaller than Scotland's of sky and is called D. twenty-eight the scale of the Burgh means it will have to be monitored and tracked because it could pose who's a future hazard to shipping not since the early nineteen sixties. Ameri carved bigger iceberg that was a whopping nine thousand square kilometers in Area Ameri is the third largest ice shelf in Antarctica and is a key drainage channel for the east of the continent. The Shelf is essentially the floating extension a number of glasses that flow off the land into the sea losing Bergh's to the ocean is how these ice streams maintain equilibrium balancing using the input of snow upstream de twenty-eight is calculated to be about two hundred ten meters thick and contain some three hundred fifteen billion tons device the name comes from classification system run by the US National Ice Center which divides the Antarctic into quadrants Michaud assure currents and winds who carry e twenty-eight Westwood's. It's likely to take several years for it to break apart and melt completely you can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast. APP Oscar Smart Speaker or enable the news as your you're Amazon Alexa Flash briefing skill follow us on twitter at the news underscore podcast. The news is an independent production covering politics takes inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful World News daily.

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"winchell" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:36 min | 1 year ago

"winchell" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Those events here we had Winchell warnings and you know you want to really limit you so we want to do everything in our power and I say we I'm talking not only channel thirteen we're talking everybody that's involved with this and the people that are listening to your show here we want to do everything that we can to make sure there's not a kid that needs a coat or scarf to be covered up and to be able to go to school safely and the conditions the harsh conditions that inability we're going to get I mean with it's it's highly unlikely we're going to make it through an entire winter without some days that are going to be really rough force here that's just those are the facts and so we want to make sure that the sweet kids that we see come and and trust me they're very sweet we want to make sure that that that we've got them taken care of and in order to do that we're collecting coats and this year for the first time we have a new partner were working with classic cleaners right and they've got twenty locations all across town what are they looking for what kind of coats are we looking well you know new or gently used anything from M. fence into teams and in my experience you know don't you know you kind of focus on the toddler than we've ever gonna make sure they're taking care of but there are a lot of teens that that need coats as well so if it's something that might be in your closet that you know that looks fairly new or if you're out and you find some sales and my wife now my wife's a big sale shopper so you know find those deals and we will take those could classic cleaners will take those up until October eleventh so we're collecting from now until October eleventh here and if you're in a classic classic cleaners you can you know we got our phone so you can Google and find the one closest to you and they're gonna be collecting those and and again just in if you wanna throw some gloves in there you want throw some hats with or anything that you feel if you have a kid what do you think your kid with me we even take snow pants are you gonna spell. Ashley for the little kids as dance hands can be then tap well you know a lot of times they'll have those kind of two for one deals if you're out that shopping around so all you know and it's the great he's the easiest thing to do is the easiest thing to do if you're you know lot of these grocery stores in our kind of multi faceted so they they may have some clothes in the grocery store so if you're out there buying a loaf of bread or milk just you know take a few more steps a few extra dollars and can go a long long way well in for you colts fans that are listening we are going to be collecting coats also on September twenty nights of right before the raiders game at home games so it's right there at Lucas oil stadium will start collecting coats at eleven and will collect for two hours all the way up until one o'clock game time but if you're listening right now you know put that code on your shopping list to go to your closet find it and make sure you've got it with you when you come to the game on the twenty ninth or find your local classic cleaner and if I can I know we're focusing on this year but I tell you a little trick that my wife and I will do so will donate this year but we will wait for those the sales after this year you know when they're trying to get rid of all. you can get such a great you know you can get you could probably buy five coats. for the price of one our development director does this ever here she goes to Coles so cold has great deals online and she does exactly that and stocks on any you have it and then you're ready and you know if you if you don't want to wait till next year you know so I just keep that in mind as well when you're doing your your shopping. well and you know there are so many great opportunities to give back and it takes more than just us to do this we we have our own friends our own partners I know we're working with K. love to make sure that we really get the word out to all of our audiences and you guys are working with a few people yeah I amongst other you know we mention classic cleaners McCall's flooring and we want to say thank you as well the Chapman heating and air conditioning because without your partnerships you can't pull it all off by yourself and I always say for hands are better than two and twelve better than four so you know if the more community involvement that we can get on with some of these companies the better and so we want to say thank you to all of them as well well in just for people who are listening who are thinking you know boy we could use this our neighbors could use this are in our our kids their classmates could use this the actual distribution is coming up on on October nineteenth that's a Saturday doors open at eight close at two o'clock while supplies last so we're trying to collect thousands of coats you've been there you've done it you've helped family shop tell people who are listening who might have never seen pictures are footage of it what's that experience life well I mean I yeah you know I have a different perspective being a father now than the first few years but it's just when you put the smile when they act when the kid finds the the right code they're looking for to see that you know it's almost like a light bald in this that start at just the shine comes off of them and not only for for the child but then you can say it's just the relief that you see on the parents face because it's less stress for them and it warms your heart like a you know just go out you know if you get a chance please volunteer you know and go out there he just which is the heartwarming makes you feel good and then in addition to that you get to see the fruits of the labor of everyone that is put this together and that you know I I never doubt that central Indiana will come through you know or the state of Indiana I. this is a very getting state and so we know people step up and help out and so to be able to take the pictures and then show them Hey this is what your donation this is what it where it went to this is the family that helps and so its system it is a is a great day it makes you feel telling it just makes you feel good about what you're doing and and I think at the core of a nice that's what we we want to help other people you know that's that's what we that's what we're about so it's it's it's it really makes you feel good inside that it does I'm talking right now to Sean ash he's of course a meteorologist with WTHR channel thirteen and John now you've done this for a few years we'll see if you what was your favorite coats for kids moment. you know so it's sometimes it's just you the kids will give you a hug you know because they're they're very precious but a lot of times it's just that it's that handshake our our maybe it's a hug from from mom or dad just to say Hey we really you know we really appreciate what you've done for us and you don't you know that it's just going to help them not only through the went to justice is the big help so I don't there's a one moment I'll it obviously it's great to see Bob Gregory every year because you know you walk in and it's just like that smile just like you are in and as you mentioned you know when someone getting him the card I mean his interaction it's like it for me you know Bob's been doing this for thirty three years but it it's like it's his first year when he's out there and in so and that's just hasn't changed in in that that enthusiasm is very can contagious if you well and so it yeah it's just it's it's a great a great day great day a great time to be out there well then you're not the only one from WTHR that comes out I know that you have quite a few of your fellow fellow staff members who come and enjoy the day what why is it such a wide why do they do I have to ask because there's lots of things T. H. R.'s is involved yeah I mean it's I think it's just been such a it is the legacy of our station and yeah you know when you're hired about coats for kids I mean I work down the street but I always knew about coats for kids and so when I started there you know you know it's coming in you're excited to do it to go out there and actually grab the paper and go she had you know essentially if you've never been involved with this you're going shopping with this family you're helping the kids pick out the right code just the right size right color and we're gonna hang with you in that family as long as it takes and yeah my colleagues and that's one reason why I like working where I work you know we just we were there they're good hearted people and and you know and they come from a good place and we believe in and getting back to the to the community here and so I think that that is just all kind of rubbed off on us so one last. time if people want to make a donation how do they do that yeah again classic cleaners you mention there's twenty throughout the metro area easy to you know we all this damage we can all find them online I you have until October eleventh and you know from intense up to teen size and as you mentioned we can you know coats anything that you think can help kids from clothing standpoint coats gloves hats.

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"winchell" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"winchell" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"For our agriculture community are farmers and more and do you believe that the more people that will visit us at the farm fair might kind of develop more of an understanding and even supportive relationship of those with the the farming community at the end you know what and your farm there is one way that we work to educate the public and promote awareness of Hawaii's agriculture and ranching industry once again how about the invitation is our website we can go to run down this weekend at coral or ranch July thirteen and fourteen and enjoy a farm family activities and support our local agricultural community you can visit the whole what your feet far fair dot org for more information it's going to be this weekend it is a must see must do and I guarantee folks to come on out and enjoy will walk away knowing some things they didn't know before but more importantly having a great family day yes absolutely hope everyone there thanks for shell we appreciate you take care thank you you too I I know that server shell well I'm also a normal so my dad government relations manager at the farm bureau and I mean it I grew up here in the Midwest I grew up around ad we had our foreign affairs we had for H. we had all of this other stuff it was a wonderful way to grow up and if your kids have not had a chance to get up close and personal if they have not yet had a chance to spend time in an agricultural environment this is all free ninety free and it's a nice drive out to call our ranch an go have a good time it is news radio a thirty cage fate when we get caught up on to find out what's taking place with this press conference if it is still continuing I'll even jump in husband Winchell's over to get some post analytical but we'll be back with more here on newsradio eight thirty cage rates.

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"winchell" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"winchell" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Drawer, finding an old sock and getting somehow paid out. And so is in a nose on it. And that's kind of how it all started forming court, you weren't aware of any of that. But that's what happens. No. I wasn't Jerry Mahoney. You talk about it in your book that watching Paul wind chill of our Walter winchell. Nepal. Winchell Walter winchell. Okay. Paul winchell. Okay. And you and you saw Jerry Mahoney Mahony, and that's what the triggered everything. That's how it all started. If did you know in in. You and I were so familiar doing. We would mow lawns around knocked avenue in Richfield, and we are going up, and I can remember old Elvis stems rude used to pay me, fifty cents a lawn, and I would I mode. Oh, I don't know. You'd have to do. The math twenty thirty launch in order to come up with a thirteen or fifteen dollars. It was that Jerry Mahoney. Figure from Sears said that high and that there was a little color colored ad in the cabinet Sears catalog. Unite carry that around in my pocket for months through the summer months while I was mowing lawns put together the money. He paid seventy five cents a yard. He did. No. He didn't. Well, just still around. About that. Right now. I've told the story about Elmer's downs rube rude when when the band outdoor fires in the twin cities, and and I had paid me to help him Rakas front yard and his backyard. They'll be we raked all the leaves out onto Knox avenue. And when we got all the leaves out there. He put a match to it. And he looked at his watch. And also all the sirens game in the fire truck came the police came and Elmer said as pretty good guys two minutes. And they and they gave him a warning. And he knew they just give them a warning. And you smiled. Idea of the idea of allowances and mowing lawns and doing jobs for people was a fairly universally experience. Amongst you know, folks that are that were our age. Yeah. So what.

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PCs: A Recent Bright Spot for Tech

WSJ Tech News Briefing

03:43 min | 2 years ago

PCs: A Recent Bright Spot for Tech

"PC's don't seem like a dying industry to me. They're not. And you know, it's I mean, it's been it's it overall. It is a mature market. It's not one where the overall shipments grow. In fact, they've kind of been declining. But what that's caused a misunderstanding. I think because. Yeah, you can walk into just about any you need mid to large size small company. And that's what you see people doing their work on doing the work on their on a on a desktop, computer. Or? Often on a laptop. Yeah. You know? And so when cabinets were gonna knew there was a lot of talk about, oh, the, you know, people are going to be on these things future. The office. Just hasn't come to be at talk about how strong the PC industry has been. It was demonstrated in recent earnings reports from Intel and Microsoft wasn't. It was I mean, and that was kind of the most we just finished the season for the September quarter's. And for a lot of companies can have great reports, the two best ones that kind of that had, you know, the biggest impact on their socks were from, you know, Intel Microsoft and the companies usually known as winchell because they were sensually the main driving forces behind BC's now, Microsoft, you know, they've they've grown other businesses or cloud doing well. So it wasn't just PC's, but the part of their business. It is exposed to PC's you had growth in the mid teens at Intel saw record growth in its Saguenay. That sells chips for PC's, in fact that that we had a record amount of revenue. New and sales for the period grew year over year in the mid teen percentage higher than they've seen 'em Woodson Intel Intel right now having to production kind of crunch for they can't quite make enough. So they could even had a better year had they had a little more production. Capacity, isn't one reason PC's are still in big demand that most of the corporate world still runs on Microsoft's Windows, and many companies are in fact, making a switch from windows seven to windows ten. Yeah. I mean, that's and that's what's helped you know, overall shipments this year. Like, you know, we're seeing this year is that the PC sales actually surprise analysts track it, and as part of the thing because windows seven it's about in about a year and a half, Microsoft ends what's called extended support for it. So if you're if you're a company that has a fleet of PC's on windows seven you don't want to end up in that position. Because then you end up having to spend a lot more to get, you know, if you need extra support, you know, the, Costco, and you know, windows, ten is not like a brain. Operating system. It's it's three years old now, but you know, the the installed base of windows PC's is so big that not everybody moves quickly into it. So I think what we're seeing is kind of this final push of people, you know, and it still they're still a sizable base of people of of companies still use windows seven that are trying to get into ten and another reason is that more PC makers are selling their own premium, laptops, and they've been selling. Well, right. They have been. I mean, this is the segment that's actually outperforming the broader PC market. And according to forecast, it's going to take a bigger chunk. You know as much as one third of total PC shipments a couple years, and when you say like ultra-premium, you know, when you say the term, you think things like the MAC book air that apple pioneer, these thin light high-performance, laptops. And what happened is companies like HP Dell Lenovo tour the biggest PC brands, and they didn't just do this just this last year. But over the last few years a. They'd gotten better at designing their own premium products. And these premium products are not just being bought by Wellstone consumers businesses are buying these as well because that's what they are employees wanna use and that is been helping the sales in that segment.

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"winchell" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"winchell" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"One, point five shame to mention that I still watch survivor Two thousand he believed that Yeah and it's funny because if you, talk about number of seasons they. Don't go by year. Now. 'cause there's two year exactly so it's like thirty six. Season or. Something like that Jeff. Probst. Used to host rock and roll jeopardy on VH one This. Is kind of nondescript game show host he looked into survivor now. He's, a producer of survivor guy must have more money than hell no Any anybody but he kind of looked into that? One now you love watching, that did, you, ever, even once think maybe I should send. An video or an application and try out. For it I don't even. Like camping so no no no you would never elect showering every. Day Nice Cup of coffee when I wake up and shower get the? Day off to a good, start so, no, I, just like watching the deprivation of others Okay is there anything other than jeopardy That you always thought man that would. Be. Cool to go on that show Now I brought this up before nobody else remembers it but there. Was. A game show for kids. Called run around that was kind, of spot, spotty, never really had a home and when, I was a kid I, thought, man I'd like to go on run around but That was like really small I mean it. Wasn't, even like nine or ten was younger than that when that show was on yeah I don't remember that nobody ever done I. Think I'm the only one it Paul winchell hosted that's, all I remember the guy who used to have puppet the puppet guy winchell Mahoney yeah. We. Had this conversation a couple. Of years ago didn't we did, this is, ringing, a bell and I didn't remember then, either All I remembering right now is not remembering from like three years ago All right so think about past or present all of the TV game shows or these competition shows any can even be stuff like I. Guess, they win something, like, cupcake wars or face off. Like that Seifi Hollywood. Makeup artist reality show you've ever heard something oh yeah yeah they take like well we gotta do the traffic.

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"winchell" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"winchell" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Did you see him get boxed out by jr smith before jr smith winchell smith and game what i've just said why would st word a good mood emanate that they had a little fun with that claes key hilarious and you know what now that he's more comfortable now like china clays taking over we get to see it more behind the scenes he's been pretty funny for a while now he especially knows how to diss like he this is me all the time so i've been i've been taking shots from play for a while he's funny he could shoot and the cats got a measure of toughness at him to you think about the games he's played the number played what he does defensively how he rebounded after having that that knee tweak if you will in the playoffs that's that's a tough cat they're shooting in iraq when david wests says he shouldn't have been playing you know it must have been bad and the reports about his the what they were telling me about his ankle the dow that was weird like black and blue was swollen and somehow clay sucked it up so i mean that's just who years though i guess marcus what we're what do you think david west zaza javale mcgee nick young i mean you know we're going to see a different warrior team clearly because they're going to have a number one pick and quinn cook is going to be there looney they can only offer two point two i mean if you're doing the marcus crystal ball who was not a warrior next year you know it's early and we won't hold you to but just what's the vibe in the field that you get is they'd go new roster constructions that's what you should have been chasing out zazai pachulia she don't want him problems georgian problems not at all this was you know quite the swansong for zaza peculiar and know possibly javale mcgee look in the end some of it does depend on what happens looney i think louis has a spot if he wants it if he wants to turn down some money you know elsewhere if you get a better offer elsewhere he's going to have a.

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