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Fresh "Winton" from Larry Elder
"Stuck in Travis. We've got the answer Delays in San Francisco this afternoon North 11 on the connector ramp to East 80 on your way to the lower deck of the Bay Bridge. We have a crash in the right lane. There is also a crash on the Lord expand before the tunnel, causing even more delays. He's found 24 in Oakland, slow from Broadway to talk Alanis after an earlier wreck. And then in Dublin or 6 80 after 5 82 right lanes are tied up by a crash. Your delay from so noble of heart. North 8 80 Hayward slow from Whipple, the Winton and then east 5 80 on the ultimate passed away from North Plan out to the stone Put over me. Me, me, me, Me, but also you the payroll fast forward his favorite porn film that the powdered doughnut. Okay, What's my line? Three Only line I see here on the script is get options based on your budget with the name your price tool from progressive man. That's a tongue twister, huh? I'm sorry. I'm gonna need a few more minutes. Boo this swell risk The bullet World rest The name your price tool only from progressive. The hour run afoul of the comatose coxswain Chris Casualty insurance Company Pavilion. Special coverage mentioned domestic law, Everybody.
Fresh "Winton" from Larry Elder
"Stuck in traffic. We've got the answer crash in Lafayette, causing some pretty big delays on eastbound 24. It's right before Uncle Anus Road. The two left lanes are tied up in your back up from 13 that delay. Constantly over 45 minutes right now, North 80 Hayward stop and go. Whipple, The Winton while East 5 80 Castro Valley is slow from Grove way to Castro Valley Boulevard. South 8 80 Oakland, tied up from fruit bailed in the Coliseum and delays in Sunnyvale south one a one this time Lawrence Expressway the story road and look out for a stall in San Jose north to 80, right after the 80 17 interchange, it's in the right lane. Traffic. I'm Brian Lauren's Me. Me, Me, me, me, but also you the payroll fast forwards his favorite porn film that the powdered doughnut. Okay, What's my line? Three Only line I see here on the script is get options based on your budget with the name your price tool from progressive. Oh, man. That's a tongue twister, huh? I'm sorry. I'm gonna need a few more minutes. Boo the swell risk The bulbous well written the name your price tool only from progressive foul of the comatose coxswain Chris Casualty insurance company. Really a special coverage much limited by state law. Yes, sir. Did you know in the last four years the market went up, 74%. But the economy went down 50%. How could that be? How.
COVID-19 pandemic in Guernsey
"Between britain and france were both struggling to contain covid nineteen live channel islets smaller islands. Like alternate herman sark have not had any cases of covid nineteen at all. They're part of what's called the region or bailiwick of guernsey one of the two main channel. Islands the bailiwicks population is just over. Sixty five thousand since one nineteen emerged it has only had three hundred and one cases and just thirteen deaths but the essential point is this since the first wave last spring it basically eliminated the virus. So how did it achieve this. Dr nikola bring and the director of public health for the island's dr bring my first question is how did you spend your new year's eve so i did a combination of two things is i worked but my children also had a party hold on a second women a party. People from outside the household came into the household. Explain this concept to me. What happened absolutely so we have absolutely no internal restrictions in guns talking home. We have no compulsory mask wearing. We can gather an unlimited sizes. We over the summer had a festivals we had. I think the only pride celebration hemisphere towards christmas carol services. We've had large gatherings switching on our christmas lights. Huge christmas day swim. We literally thousands of people. We've done that by. Suppressing the replication of the virus on island. So we don't have any community transmission of sauce coffee to the virus that causes covid. Nineteen at all in ganzi. How did you get to that point. You took a different approach than the mainland of britain so we looked at what was happening in early january and i was concerned that this virus had pandemic potential to me. It was transmitting too easily. And i felt that this was a forest that we needed to watch very carefully so we decided at that stage to go through community test track phrase program so in january through february we trained contact tracers and we started looking at developing our own on ireland testing capacity. We look to have a turnaround time from swab test result by sydney under twelve hours. And we'll start contact tracing within an hour of getting a positive result seven days a week. Twenty four hours a day and so by the time we got our first case on the ninth of march in ghanzi. We were ready and waiting with a fully trained. Contact tracing team and winton to lock down on the twenty fifth of march. And the reason why we went into lockdown was really threefold. We hadn't quite developed our own on testing capacity who actually sending samples to the uk for testing so we were waiting about two three days because of all the transport to get that result we were getting intelligence at that stage that there was something going on in the community from primary care colleagues from jesse department colleagues and we had our first unexplained case of community seating so that was the first time we had a case that we could not link to travel onto the island or contact with a known case and we went into lockdown on the twenty fifth and ten to fourteen days later we absolutely flattened the curve and we then reached the stage. We were actually virus free. We came out of locked on on the twentieth of shoe route through to absolutely no on ireland restrictions whatsoever but we have retained border restrictions. The strategy that you took is the elimination strategy which is different than elsewhere particularly in the mainland britain. What is the elimination strategy. How would you sum that up. So our aim was to suppress the virus to a level that it didn't impact on our health care services. We actually exceeded what we want to do. And we're able to eliminate stop community transmission of the virus now. The advantage of that for us is that we've been able to open up on tunnel economy over the summer and indeed into christmas are restaurants have been full. People aren't about they've been shopping. So that's been extremely helpful but also from a point of view of of looking at people's mental health and wellbeing is able to be asked about people will able to visit their family owned and
The Last Of Us
"Hello, everyone. My name is Jonathan Dornbush and this is a very special episode of podcast beyond because today we're going to be diving very deep into the last of us. Part to a full spoilers are in effect. If you haven't played the game, turn back now. Go play at go finish. It and then come back. Listen to this episode because we are going to dive. Into full spoiler territory with Lucille. O'Brien my have numbers with me, but more importantly I'm sorry, Lucy you don't have the highest honor this episode because we are joined by Neil Druckman and Halley, gross naughty dog for the last of US partout. Thank you both so much for being here and speaking with us today. They have. So the. House he twenty twenty being guys. Around. Warring Year of my life. Nothing. Much of note has happened this year. Definitely, so we'll. We'll try to find something to talk about this episode. I know Lucienne myself both have a ton that we want to ask you about and talk about with certain as much as I'd love to spend the next thirty minutes exclusively. Honoring the memory of Shimmer there are some conversations I do. WanNa get into and I. WE WE ARE GONNA go into spoiler, so it's going to get there. I Will Get National Story Beats. I promise but I did want to talk about. The I think just jumping right into the structure of the story for me would be a really interesting place to start because Neil you and I spoke a little bit before the game came out, and we talked a bit about sort of how the structure of the game chain through development, and I was sort of curious. If you could both talk about you know primarily, we have this sort of to factor story of the first half, really focusing on Elliot's journey, and then the second half focusing on Abbey's journey mostly in Seattle, but a little bit Jackson. How how did that story flow evolve? As you began to crack the story in figure out what you wanted to both explore? Whatever we had this kind of concept of constructive story about empathy by seeing two sides of a conflict. We had the two sides, but they are kind of distribution was different. Initially, this game was going to be open world with several different hubs. And the original was going to be playing abby. Some back story on her and her friends attack. They get rescued by Joel and Tommy and get. A. Help into Jackson and you spent a while in Jackson doing missions before some critical point, or you would reveal who she is as you would be struggling with this choice and kill Joel in annual take on his Elliott going on this journey to Seattle become the second hub of trying to find all these people in them. Eventually Confront Abby. But then as we were putting the story together, just filled with with the game, we were trying to make historic trying to tell with characters. We had our disposal. It didn't make sense for it to be open, moral and those. Aspects felt like there to conflict, and that's when really around the time like Halley, came on and kind of talk high level about the goals of what we're trying to do. And then it became more wide linear with some kind of more open areas but where we try to get to the inciting incident much more quickly, which is the death of all, and then get on with the journey, and then some point midway through switch perspectives to show Abbey set store. I don't remember yeah funny. You brought back the open world thing I don't like all right. The first like three weeks of my time at naughty dog were just like. Can we make it open world and like trying to make that work, and then realizing how much it sort of. Screws with steaks and tension building, and so we. We moved off of that, but we really played with structure. I mean throughout the entire process, so yes, the game is currently divided between largely between I. Steph Ellie second-half Abbey, but. We entertained. Inter cutting. We entertained moving parts around the flashbacks of all move I mean. The living thing this game. Yeah! I can't imagine it being an open wells. I think you're right because it is. It's source structured in a way that every every resumes when you're in an open world game, you're constantly distracted by this. Because they distracted by this little fitch quest, catch, seven chickens or something, concert imagined that interrupting the story so ultimately pleased that you went in the direction that you winton. Is Is there any sort of part of me. That thinks Oh God okay. The loss of story could be told in an open world setting. Yes, and I think we. The design team actually came with a bunch of interesting. Aspects to play in the world in open world setting and adjust. All while those ideas were interesting and provocative, they didn't fit. The characters were playing. I don't WanNa get into specifics. Wherever use any of those ideas? But it just too many things one concert each other. We have to make some hard choices as far as what game game we WANNA make. As, you're saying that the beginning. It came down to this idea of seeing empathy and telling that from two different sides and obviously something to preserve stories spoilers in where the story would go, because it does really demand, be played, I feel. It started out as you know on a like a product facing way a story about revenge. Why did? Though at the end of the day, wanting to really get down to empathy in this world, be sort of the catalyst for your interest in the story. I think that was the emotional core of what we were after. In targeted through and trying to figure out what is conflict about it? It was really to show. How Simonis characters are and how much conflict and so much of this for myself, I think the team is inspired by real world events where you have sides of conflict, and you see how they often dehumanized the other side to justify atrocious behavior. and. We felt through game. Play the putting in the shoes of Elliot to get you to fee, also ask certain feelings and put you in the second half of the game and through empathy through. Seeing the consequences, not just what you've done, but like what you've taken away. From his people get you to reflect on it. And that was kind of like what we were always after. I cannot track of of of your question. I just curious sort of of the. Sort of. Subverting that expectation, because so many of us went in expecting a revenge story, but I do things that I've taken away the most that empathy and that love and that care. That's the thing which is like maybe to a fault. We tried so hard to protect the experience players experience. We've done with the first game. Right within the last one never revealed why you're transporting Elliot from one coast to another, and ultimately the game is about the unconditional love. A parent feels for their child, and the sacrifice did. Megan is a feel to talk about that head on who will be taken away with experiences so for here? The say a here's an experience about empathy. You would play the first half. and You keep waiting for the shoe to drop. Your House is going to reflect back so instead. We presented something much simpler and then let you see how complex it is when
Rising to the Challenge of Working From Home without Childcare with Susannah Quinsee
"Around mid-march, as all, the the pandemic is, is taking over in the UK was probably about a week behind the US where they the panic points. Ten so. Describe how you learned that everything was going to go online and sort of what that realization was like, both in terms of your work than massively scaling up at the same time that your child care was hearing. Yeah, so I tended to not work weekends where I could avoid it in before as I cooled it before life. I remember I think it was on the Saturday morning for some reason I picked up my fire, and it was just like. My email was just rammed with messages, saying that we were gonNA move everything online. By the twenty thousand mark will preferably Leah and that's what my team does like we support. The staff in the university to use online missiles says to defend that teaching, and so it was a moment of kind of okay, so we're doing this in how? So, yeah, that will weekend. Who tried to work? Our approach was really meant because it's one thing to say, we're moving online. But what does that really being? Then? Students had been told that we were. We were trying to work through. There was just no and I just remember that whole weekend was spent just trying to ride emails in between Juggling Children and family life, and my partner works at the same university and he's an it, so he was. Getting slammed at the same time and. We finally just went out for Wolf on the Sunday afternoon, and it felt so good to just kind of get what hadn't realized how stressed I was until we actually left the house, so yeah, that's how I found out about to Winton. older next week was just rammed at that stage. We still had childcare. But then we weren't sure when knockdowns that she going to start, there was quite a lot of uncertainty. He would be allowed to work and who wouldn't say, that was so of just evolving what was happening with schools, either at that point site that was that was kind of very up in the that happened very quickly as well, not my oldest daughter school. Just she went in in the morning, came home off new. We shot. Just kind of a lot of places places happened. Well, hopefully you are able to help your professors and students transition with a bit more A. Yes. How did you do that? Like what? What sort of support did you provide for for teachers like wait? I've never taught online before. Yes, it might seem Woah, absolutely amazing, just stepping up, and so I can head of educational technology instantly over that weekend produced a kind of Wiki page then we just all the material content on, and we start to die. That's quickly as possible and get that message out that. So as soon as we had that link, we will send around Dolphin University say okay. This is the information you need is is here. And funny enough like that morning. I'd just been kind of before. This will happen in thinking are really think we need to. Plan of things, how are we going to manage? This is a director until I see my team, saying these are the five areas that we need to focus on like that morning, and then by the often. Okay those changed little bit. Differently so yeah, that's what we did we. We went into so I. The deputy president at the Investi that we had various structures to like manage how you change policy because its policies and kind of contractual things you have to do with students that we kind of feed into committees around that what can with colleagues across invest t to support staff in particular Cessna? That was the big thing. We about to move into the exam period. That's why the investors had exams from Sawing April may so that was a big transition point to move Every of invested in kind of weld was doing it at the same time between different institutions. And so, what did you come up with I'm very curious what what is best practice for online assessment then? Yeah, sure so in the initial period. It was kind of what we call it. The emergency response so we had four five principles see if I can remember the words said one one was was around. Try and do as much as you can a think critically. Too, seriously, so in real time basically because I had no idea where our students were. Could be anywhere in the world. We have lot of international students, so said as much as you can to up, they can. Adapt flexibly. That was that was one thing. The other one was around. This is not perfect online learning. This is about best efforts to try and get as much as you out there and really communicate with your students. Should be very basic, so you shouldn't assume that anyone has anything moved a mobile phone and. Data collect point on a mobile because again all of us giants had carrying respond species living with parents who suddenly have other siblings at home so. That was one of them was. Keep it simple as well so you just be communicating with your students in university system, so they want rocket science united was it was a big
"winton" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Mon Winton street his identity was not released Katie KGB's Jennifer Brasso has more on the suspect police say it was a black man wearing a brown beanie hat with short dreadlocks he exited the car and shot the victim multiple times and not Victor that that car took off in like ten road towards kind held a five year old was taken to the hospital for injuries suffered as the victim pulled a child away from the gunfire condition unknown this hour the vehicle has been described as a white four door sedan possibly a Toyota motive unknown dramatic and emotional testimony on day one of the trial of Sharon Shelton the suspect in the twenty sixteen mass murder during a backyard cookout KDKA radio's Jody steel has more the jury heard a neighbor's security system audio in which the bang bang bang of gunfire went on relentlessly for nearly a minute they were the tearful testimony of Tonya coming and I'm a licensed practical nurse after cook out with friend Tina Shelton who was one of those killed they heard Tonya's nine one one call in which she was also heard crying for Tina to live and work in super detective Michael Adams who identified sur mon seldom as the man he saw getting into a white Lincoln as Adams rolled up to the murder scene testimony resumes Tuesday at the county courthouse Jody studio is ready ten twenty KDKA two people killed a third person will be in a shooting at a residence hall today at Texas a and M. university commerce the university says there were three gunshot victims at its pride rock residence halls and to working for him dad third person taken to the hospital no other details were provided closing arguments are over in president trump's impeachment trial CBS news correspondent Alison Keyes reports lawmakers are expected to vote to acquit him on Wednesday heart filled arguments from house managers and president trump's defense on Capitol Hill where presidential council paths of Bologna told senators you'll vindicate the rule of law by rejecting these articles house manager Val dimming says Democrats have proven they case this is enough to prove extortion in court she says there's also enough evidence to prove it to lawmakers Alison Keyes CBS news Washington conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh says he's been diagnosed with advanced lung cancer he told his listeners today you'll take some days off for further medical tests and to determine treatment Limbaugh says he'd been experiencing shortness of breath that he initially thought might be heart related but turned out to be a pulmonary malignancy there are now eleven confirmed cases of the corona virus in the United States a California man who had traveled to China returned home was not sick when he arrived at the airport but later develop symptoms at home his wife also became ill an in person person spread in the United States CDC's Dr Nancy mess on yea the other human to human transmission was also between a husband and wife it was an else last week in Illinois the government has declared a public health emergency and a temporary travel ban Sabrina Cupid for CBS news Atlanta on Wall Street today have for intelligence as the Dow closed up one hundred forty four points at twenty eight thousand three ninety nine the nasdaq up one hundred twenty two points the S. and P. up twenty three in sports happy fans in Kansas city after their chief to be the forty Niners in the Superbowl and that'll even more evident Wednesday morning when they hold their chiefs kingdom champion's parade schools there have already called off classes of students and staff can attend it's six oh three time to get you the best bathroom you always wanted at re bath dot com we'll take a look at triple.
The Latest: Winds don’t stop balloons at NYC parade
"When you guys get the balloons low but spirits were high is the Macy's thanksgiving day parade marched its way along the streets of Manhattan at one point the nutcracker balloon got blown sideways knocking over one of his handlers who got right back up and kept going Susan do Winton who's been a balloon handler for the Macy's star for four years says it was a challenge to ensure that it's been several years and I've done it so sometimes it's a struggle there Robards also handling that same blue it's pretty windy today so let's challenging him excellent heavier it's full you more well there were no major mishaps Mason says a few balloons had rips and had to be pulled including the Ronald McDonald balloons leg and foot started to deflate Julie Walker New York
Talking with Greg Hughes Vans Aircraft Director of Media, Marketing, and Community
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"winton" Discussed on Inside Supercars
"Of the network thunder media or sport radio. Any publication will rebroadcast of the show without the express written permission of funding media is strictly prohibited. Dick Johnson from deja Team Penske, and you're on insertive ago. Well hearing, so I would say because I'm with will Davison twenty three raid, where Winton rice, rain is just run. Unfortunately, we'll wasn't running at the end of it for a pretty, pretty good year to start with in ten top teams and five or six top. Top fives. He came to mechanical in what happened. Yeah. Well, it looks like we've had a transactional issue. So he had pretty gutting trying to put a really consistent, easy gather and red bit of a tough tie yesterday. But, you know, we'd Vance back pretty well today, every gathered ourselves, you know qualified reasonably strong, we'll having a good rice day looking lot. We're, we're on for top fall, a notice the, the transit sort of wasn't sanding, that great from about ten or fifteen lap scene. But sort of stike pretty consistent for about thirty laps ahead. Everything crossed that it would make the end and unfortunately, it's like. Okay. So this is your food, transmission in your fifteen years or whatever in the category. Yeah, Yeah. yeah, I haven't haven't done many so category will will analyze an in-depth. It sets a new component control component for the season. You know,.
"winton" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Thirty eight and Winton avenue, you do have some more construction. It's guardrail work taking away the three right lanes. Your next traffic update at eleven forty eight traffic leader KCBS we've got a mild day tomorrow, sunny and mild after morning fog and overcast here. The temperatures you can expect around the bay tomorrow sixty nine in Oakland and sixty seven in Millbrook, sixty five San Francisco and pretty much everywhere else will be in the seventies. Tomorrow. Seventy in San Rafael, seventy-one and Napa Fremont. Redwood City and Mountain View Seventy-three will be the high Santa Rosa tomorrow seventy-five and Morgan hill, and San Jose and Seventy-six in concord, traffic and weather together on the eighth on KCBS. Combining home and auto at state farm gets you great coverage for less combining nineties R&_B with state farm radio ad gets you covered for. For more coverage. Visit state farm dot com. What does building a better Bank? Look like, it starts with building Capital, One cafes warm inviting places that feel nothing like a typical Bank were you can open an account with no fees or minimums in five minutes, and you'll always find people ready to help you not sell. You. Welcome to banking reimagined. What's in your wallet? For consumers only offered by capital. One in eight member. FDIC Kathy's available in select locations, copyright, two thousand eighteen capital. One. Can't wait for summer old navy's huge summer sale starts now. All jeans all t's all dresses all shorts around sale up to fifty percent off. Gene started fifteen dollars for adults. Ten dollars for kids shorts from twelve dollars for adults seven dollars for kids by online and pick up in store for free today. All jeans tees dresses and shorts are on sale. Up to fifty percent off. Now at old navy and old navy dot com. Valid five six two five twelve excludes in store clearance, active licensed men's packaged and flag tease. KCBS news time eleven forty two bar. Police have made a series of arrests in three different stations related to the recent rash of grab and go. Cell phone robberies ten juveniles ranging in age from fourteen to sixteen were detained at the west Oakland, twelfth street, Oakland city center and Powell street. San Francisco stations Marin county is out with its homeless count. KCBS is marquee Schaefer reports on the. Ignificant reduction in chronic homelessness in one area of the north bay marine county is bucking the state trend of increased homelessness. The numbers actually are going down. And we're actually making a difference in our overall homelessness number that is homelessness program coordinator for Marin county, health and human services. Carry Sagar Marin county has seen a seven percent decrease in homelessness overall since two thousand seventeen but the number of chronically homeless has gone down by twenty eight percent. They've house more than one hundred people focusing on a housing first approach, so instead of worrying about you know, what are the different things that are keeping people out of housing. We put them in housing and then deal with those issues when they're in housing.
"winton" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Good evening. I'm Jeff ash Winton clients at the editor's desk. Rethinks to know at ten fifteen six people are hospitalized after cops. Say driver intentionally ran into them in north Philadelphia Tuesday afternoon. The driver of forty four year old man has been charged with aggravated assault is being treated for his injuries at hahnemann. French officials say Notre Dame cathedral will survive the massive fire that medieval structure on Monday, firefighters, remove many of the religious objects inside the church, some seven hundred million dollars has already been raised for the rebuild the public public utility commission and the parent company of the mariner east pipeline. Have reached an agreement after corrosion issues have been detected on M E, one ws Kim Glovas has more agreement calls for energy transfer partners to pay. Two hundred thousand dollars civil penalty and conductor remaining life study on any one that you see found corrosion controls. Relax at the time of two thousand seventeen F propane leak in Berks county. Alex dean of the clean air council has a problem with this deal in particular Pacific penalty amount at two hundred thousand dollars for a company that has revenues annually of tens of billions of dollars is not enough to deter energy transfer from engaging in a same types of behaviors that they've been engaging remaining. Life study includes how long the pipeline can operate what part to be replaced and win efforts to reach energy transfer for comment were unsuccessful, Kim Glovas. KYW NewsRadio who days until attorney general William bar releases that redacted version of special counsel Muller's report to the public. Correspondent Paula Reed says the president's legal team are ready for it prepared a counter report to revive any politically damaging evidence that comes out on Thursday. Thursday. They're going to take a more aggressive approach while the White House counsel's office is likely to be more low key. We're going to wait. They're going to read this and the possibly come out with a statement. House speaker Nancy Pelosi said it's unclear how much the attorney general will redact in the Muller report at argue that's not necessarily going to be the final product as Democrats continue to push for a full release of the report the congress. Philadelphia district attorney is dropped charges against a man. They said was indirectly connected to a shooting incident of affiliate cop this fall. He w Kristin Johannesen reports from the criminal Justice center. With the judge Philadelphia prosecutor dropped three charges hindering apprehension obstruction of Justice and related offenses against twenty year old James Gaffney. Authorities eight twenty nine year olds room hell and another man were fighting your g and Madison streets in November. When they say hill shot officer, Paul Sulak at Gaffney was on the block, but wasn't involved in days after the incident of thirties announced they charge two people in connection to the shooting. But if now clarified that after a lengthy investigation, they believe that Gaffey was only present for the shooting. A spokesman for the office says quote, we conducted a thorough investigation. And concluded that we could not prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Mr. Gaffney was guilty of the charges. Brought by our office in this case Gaffney has a lengthy criminal history mostly involving drug offenses and remains in jail on unrelated charges hills. Politically hearing is scheduled for may, Kristen Johanson, KYW NewsRadio. The measles outbreak in the US has a lot of people wondering about. Their own vaccinations. Most people born before nineteen fifty seven or thought to have been infected naturally with the virus. Then the vaccine was available in nineteen sixty three and four few years. Some people only got one dose of the measles vaccine. So are they protected? Most adults are protected with us single dose of measles vaccine in for a while that was the recommendation in so many adults have single-dose the CDC's Dr Amanda Coon says if you got the standard two doses after nineteen sixty seven you should be protected for life Sabrina cupid for CBS news, Atlanta themes, likely that the parents who pleaded guilty in the college admissions bribery case, we'll spend some time behind bars in one famous actress is among them. When Felicity Huffman appeared before a judge in federal court in Boston on may twenty first prosecutors plan to seek a sentence of four to ten months. That's according to a report from CNN citing a law enforcement source with knowledge of the investigation, the desperate housewives actress was among thirteen parents who pleaded guilty last week to a charge of conspiracy. To commit fraud. Huffman was accused of paying fifteen thousand dollars to have someone specific Proctor her child's SAT exam and correct wrong answers last week. The actress issued an apology and took responsibility for her actions. Saying her daughter was not aware of the payment. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. Septa is expanding. Its septa key fare card to owns one and two on the regional rails next month. Ws Mike DeNardo has that story commuters on the two outermost zones on the sceptres regional rail system zones three and four have been able to load weekly and monthly trail passes onto their septic keycard since August starting next month riders Jones one and two can tap. And go says sceptres chief officer for revenue operations, Leslie Hickman customers who want to move over and tap with the rest of our Joan three and four customers can do that. We'll start selling monthly may transparencies for zones one and two this Saturday starting. 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"winton" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Winton clients at the editor's desk. Three things to know at ten. Forty five. Septa transit police officers have reached a tentative contract agreement with the transit agency and in a week long. Strike transit cops going back to work tonight. After months of political wrangling there's the deal in place to legalize recreational marijuana in New Jersey, and the oh that was a thorn in the side of President Trump is splitting up Michael luvin, naughty who shot to fame as the attorney for stormy Daniels. Says he no longer represents the adult film star in a tweet he announced he made the decision to part ways with Daniels after lengthy discussions, but he didn't offer details. Daniel says she's hired another lawyer to review all her legal matters. Daniel sued President Trump and his former fixer Michael Cohen over the agreement that barred her from talking about her alleged affair with Mr. Trump. A judge threw out the lawsuit ruling it was irrelevant because she had not been held the terms of the agreement. Pam Coulter CBS news the deadline the hand in nominating petitions for the may primary has come and gone. Mayor Kenney got another challenger Dade Senator Anthony Williams w city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb has more. Senator Williams is expected to make a formal announcement Monday Beckham's mayor Jim Kenney to challengers in the primary on the Republican side endorsed candidate Daphne Coggins announced on Facebook. She'd been unable to get the one thousand signatures required. To one thousand was very slow. So it appears William Changle Leany will be running unopposed the largest number of candidates rushing to beat the deadline for city council at large including former Lieutenant governor, Mike stack ending speculation. He might run for the tenth district to challenge. Ten term Republican Brian O'Neil, the at large ballot is expected to be so long this year that ballot position to be determined by lottery next week. We'll play an inordinate role in the election, but that didn't worry immigration activist and first time candidate Erica my runs. You run a good campaign. And you have a base of people who trust you. That's a good place to start from. And also, my mom is Catholic and adver praying the rosary from here. So then so we should be at city hall. Pat, Loeb, KYW NewsRadio. Boeing doesn't have to ground the fleet involved in two deadly crashes for now at least Boeing says the planes are safe and the FAA so far agrees. But several major airlines are grounding their seven thirty-seven max jetliners amid safe. Concerns? This following Sunday's Ethiopian Airlines crash that killed all one hundred fifty seven people aboard. CBS's? Kris van cleave pilots at American southwestern United all all three airlines. Fly version of the max other pilots are still showing up to work and flying those planes. The airlines get an awful lot of data out of those airplanes, and they're convinced they're safe. So if you're the FAA is a bit of a balancing efforts the European Union in Britain, both have banned 737 max aircraft from their airspace. At least for the time being Jim Chenevey CBS news big change to the way. The Philadelphia water department is handling business. Ws Justin Trudeau has that story when winter no shut off period ends April. First the Philadelphia water department will no longer than multiple letters to customers asking them to pay their bills. We have begun sending shutoff notices to customers, and that will be their only notice lower Copeland with the water department did not give a specific reason why the notices were dropping from two and sometimes three to just one. But she says they. 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"winton" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"But seems to me that there was a lot in common with the kind of childhood you've described Jackie's working class, for instance. And this boy that you write about so beautifully is is I mean this book has been compared to Huckleberry Finn. And I can completely see why? And I think it deserves. That the reputation that that Huckleberry Finn has to it really is that book, but for our generation this north abuse. I awesome. They didn't have Huck Finn in Moines. But then grew up on Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. And also Stevenson kidnapped and treasure. And so does authors and books, I suppose always on my shoulder looking looking ever. And I didn't set out to run a better. Fifteen year old math Sasha path. He just showed up on uninvited and unwelcome to be honest. I was wanting another book entirely and saying just popped into my mind a memory. It's so we'll syntech so convincing that it was as if I'd remember it. But it was the the where he comes in and finds his father crushed under under the car and. I heard his voice. I I was in his mind saying, if you know what I mean, it's hard to explain, but his voice was right there down irritated and put aside tweeting back to my novel within four five days of completely derived from the novel that always on. I just went and followed that voice to find out who he was and what that was about. And yeah, there's a lot of similarities in terms of working class background and stuff. And then in the vernacular the people spot, but had a very different boy for me. I mean, there's nine love in his life. There's no nurture. I mean, we. A mother and father gave us law since to be different kinds of boys and girls to to some of the other kids that we knew we didn't quite understand that until we were teenagers, but some. Come from school, and with a friend to gone ride, the the right? The fridge. Skip sense. My friend stopped behind me silent. I look over my shoulder and standing there with an open mouth is looking at my father, and he's placed duds and he's stripped down the tunic off even wearing a singlet or vest as say he's doing the awning in front of carnation straight. But the handcuffs hanging off hinders the end of the day and into the awning board, and the truncheon sort of swinging they with my baby brother trying to reach the truncheon. And I didn't think thing of it was normal to say, you know, you father, the playside Geant doing the dishes, and you had to work the washing machine is not much of a cook. But if he saw that was helped needed to be done. You know, you help you help people out it wasn't. There was nice good work in now families that used to be called in in the wider family and in the neighborhood on that kind of that my that's good work. What is your next work skirt or otherwise? I'm gonna go back and see if I can salvage the the thing that I forsook for for Jackie Jackson's one of those kids that he wouldn't let him in your house, and you wouldn't give him a lift I wouldn't recommend living with him in your head for a couple of years. I'm grateful for the experience. But I'm glad to be able to step out of his world. You know? I mean, I hope for the best for him. I mean. And I really do hope that he finds pace and Mike space, but he needs a bit of getting either from orient, Tim. Thank you so much to Winston's. Most recent book is the chef that's hot. He's published by pickett'll. You've been listening to meet the writers thanks to the production team of judgment on Christie Evans and Marianna league roster. You can download this show and previous episodes from our website up from soundcloud, mixed cloud, or I change. I'm Georgina Godwin. Thank you listening. You've been listening to a special edition of meet the writers. You can hear
"winton" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"I was going to be an English teacher promise cotija. My sister had to do that for me. Yeah. So that was it was just it was go, hard or go home. And that's that's what I did. And right and. I loved it. I enjoyed just couldn't believe that people are letting me do it. I love it. I mean, you'll books so tremendously popular. I know. I still believe that. I let me get away with it. Don't get me wrong. It's hard work, and it isn't always fun. But I know because of my background what labor is worse. And I know that when you work hard for something there's dignity in and that's worth respecting regardless of what you do. So I'm caught unapologetic about. About being an kind of it took me a few years to own that with that being embarrassed about being dreamy, impractical mica of nothing, and I'm proud to be a micro of nothing's a might useless things. The novel is a useless artifact. Beauty doesn't need an excuse to exist in beauty has a kind of utility. But it's not with arguing for is good enough that it is stories transporters think we need an excuse for pleasure and for transport transport on the old sense. So yeah, I'm I'm quite pace with being tries Mun in business of uselessness your neighbors for a long time. Didn't know what you did. In fact, what you did nothing, or at least that's might be in the herbal business. You had long hair, and I had a very extensive veggie garden, and no visible means.
"winton" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"This is meet the writers with me Georgina Godwin. Today's guest is one of Austria's formers writers winning the most prestigious Australian prize for literature, the miles Franklin award a record four times he's been on the man Booker shortlist twice his output of novels children's books nonfiction books and short stories is prolific and the list of plaudits too long to list. His work has been adapted for film television theatre and opera and his published all over the world in many languages. In fact, we think it's Twenty-nine books in twenty eight languages, he's a fierce out to the environment. And he's been named an Australian living treasure. Tim Winston what an honor to welcome. You to meet the writers. All thank you. Thank you so much for coming. You are notorious for not ever saying very much about your own life. But you two thousand sixteen collections stories the boy behind the curtain gives us an idea of the man and the child as opposed behind the words, and you say in the book that your life feels like a topography of accidents. The first fact you happened when you were just five and I wondered if you could stop by telling us about your family, and and the world you're living in before that dramatic event, and how it changed? My dad was a cop. We lived in a kind of Banou sort of state housing. That was being built little dredged from the Bush around us everyday. I mean, we've got bigger every afternoon you come home from school and the bulldozer pushed either more trays and now a building more straights. That was the sort of roar Niger. I am part of a settling culture. But in a sense much altered was a subset of settlement. Mike ended up as we went along. But yeah, working class happy is you alluded. We felt Saif insecure. We knew who we were it was very modest in terms of finances. But we had our place in the neighborhood. And my parents with thrilled to be able to earn a little brick veneer bungalow of their own well belong to the Bank, of course. But eventually when no older it was fondly this love fishing with my father, mostly just to spend time with him. Our world was totally transformed. When after noon in the summer of nineteen sixty five I think when my father who was a traffic, I motorcycle cop is knocked off his bike. And he went through brick wall of factory. And he just was cross. She was terribly injured. Somebody psyches law by giving them a attracting automate being the straight and kind of holidays any swin pop. So that he could he could get some father sort of disappeared from all five. Little brother was three, and my my sister was a baby she was about six months old. And you know, he was this big strapping confident noise plug, and he'd, you know, he'd roar up the drive in, you know, beginning of shift in his leathers Ernie's base. I he's like a Viking. He seemed indestructible and the end of today the end of the night he'd come down the drive and kick the bass I onto it stand. And it was the hunter home from the hill was Saif. So when he was going when that when that accident took place, it was a terrible period for my mom because she had three little kids, and it looked as if my father survived and for a long time. It didn't look as if he would survive he was in a coma for weeks in hospital. But it looked as if the best scenario was that he'd be an invalid for you know, he'd be painting out of the job, and and she'd vice this law of much diminished future. Remembered as terrible fearful Somma already. Gave up on the idea that the man was ever gonna come home. Because if I'm say hospital at doing great things he'll be right. You just got to start off in the nice dead. They just haven't got the guts to tell me that he's dead one day. He did come home for a long time. It was a different creature. He was a different. You know, his body was different. He was smashed. He's bowls were read. He still breakthrough this speak plaza in his Nick that whistled look a spinnaker. It was ghastly I didn't know who he was when they brought him high much to his curious because people kept calling him, John, John, Johnny. John Winton on windows. Not my dad. If you walk..
"winton" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The harsh dry land and rugged coastline shaped him and his stories, but it is an awful long way from Perth to Australia's culturally dominant cities, Sydney and Melbourne and a world away from the literary tastes centers in New York and London, and yet Tim Winton is deeply rooted fiction has won worldwide acclaim and a host of prizes. His best known novels. Cloud street, the riders dirt music, combine Ozzy vernacular language, with powerful universal themes his latest novel. The shepherd's heart follows the fortunes of. Troubled young man on the run from his past and in search of self knowledge in the harshest of environment. And it has thrust Tim Winton into the middle often, impassioned discussion about masculinity and manhood in this age of me to protest against sexism. And misogyny this Tim Winton encouraging Australia to redefine what it means. To be a good bloke. I'm delighted to say he joins me now. Tim winton? Welcome to harm talk. Thank you. You have traveled the world. You've even lived in Europe. But it seems when you write your writing and your store is always take you back home to to Western Australia. Why is that? I'm not sure I think it's just what I know. But it's what I live and breathe. It just seems endlessly this most stories there's just more rod about this the older, I get the more. I say in it. It seems like you almost feel the landscapes the soil and the coastline, of course. Because you write a great deal about the coast. It almost feels like it shapes your soul in a way. I think it's it's shocked my experience certainly and it's shaped my imagination. It's we live in a place where there's more landscape than people and moorland Skyping culture. And we're on the surface. It doesn't look like much is going on. But the closer you look if you stop it stopping more than people always hurtling around, and you don't say anything because you're moving on historic and look stuff bubbles up out of what seems to be an empty and forbidding landscape, and it's not what it appears to those of us who don't live in Australia. It is a pretty remote and forbidding place in parts, Western Australia. And you've said in the past you said, it is the wrong side of the wrong continent in the wrong hemisphere. You seem quite aware of how the great literary salons of New York and London how it's isolated. Yeah. I was acutely aware of that as a younger Rawda anew that we were just so far away out of out of mind, truly out of mind. And so you're writing into a great sort of indifference, and the urged to lay pack up. Join him was was there when the pressure to do that to leave your your provincial origins and got away the action is. It's a pretty common story certainly started. It was a very common story in the past generation, Clive James, Germaine Greer and Bob Hughes people like that the whole generation of successful Australia. This was in the end rooted in London or New York or wherever by going away. Yeah. And I wanted to go a different way. I mean, I loved whereas from felt invested I felt unable to just leave it behind for the sake of a career. I thought well if I'm into making into making stories and getting these imaginary characters get up and stand on their hind legs and walk around the park, which is a strange mystery of art to get pretty unlikely business you get to make things that shouldn't feel real say real. From home. And it's the mix of the imaginative and the real that so strikes me about you. Because when we talk about your rooted nurse and your determination to write about home rather than go away. It's also about the use of language because in the novel. I've just read your new on the shepherds heart. It's deeply vernacular is so Ozzy, it's unbelievable. And you might think even for an English speaking audience some of it is actually quite difficult because it is so steeped in in a particular kind of language. Yeah. I guess my impulse to stay came from reading the Americans and reading the Americans of the deep south twine, Faulkner, Flannery O'Connor and nice died. They. Root gear. No apologies for. No. There were fierce and defiant about their plice about the provincial situation, and about vernacular language, and that was you know, I mean, I was at university for four years, but I think more from rating does provincial American rod is who just insisted on on their own terms. And if people didn't like it world stuffer. The blue language, which of course, the fuses your latest book that sort of the attitude, and I just wrote down a couple of phrases I love, and but they're so deeply of this book and over your place. I mean, you young character the trouble boy in the book. Early on in the book he discovers his father's dead body. And he hates his father because his father's been violent and abusive, and he knows immediately. Jack's the boy knows immediately. That quote, the old third was cactus. But that is a useful language which could only come from where your from. We all who are not from there. I think in the course of it. We ended up really appreciating. Your language experience experiences. A raider as young man was on reading these people from the south. I didn't understand half the words, I didn't know what was going on. You just go with the magic or the music of the language. You get carried on by the story and so fast about what does that mean? It sounds great. I was into the blues and jazz when I was younger again half of what's going on. They didn't have any idea about. But I love the sound of it. But in the end it was about back in yourself just deciding what? Yeah. I could go to the conventional route and leave and gun, but I'll stay and see if I can make a stand here and see if you can rot to the world on your own terms from your own to use a southern term no account place writing about your own. Yeah. No account people. And I guess what the artist does whatever the form of art is then try and find universality in the specific. And the local and what you've done particularly with his latest one. But I think you've done it in other books too is really address what happens to boys and young men, and what it means to be a man and why so many men in particularly in the Western Australia you described which is so harsh in so brutal. Why so many men lead deeply troubled lives and are so damaged. Yeah. And you know, you you realize after a while you're in the company very often with men who are emotional infants. This unschooled emotionally in curious emotionally, they're they're impoverished. And was there ever a time when you Tim Winton now looking back on film, you were in that way, impoverished or stunted felt very fortunate to grow up in a half and a family where the women were strong, and you had to take notice of them and you're on notice from him. Know, my father and other men that I knew were not constrained by the worst of the kind of role modeling that that you see it's very it's very often. You see these boys replicating, the main nasty, violent contemptuous ideas of their own patterns have behind his father. Maybe those of us who don't know Australia. Toby, well, would characterize stereotype is the the macho bloke culture of Australia. I think it's I think it's the in all developed coaches, it's their first world couches, but it's quite prevalent in settlers cultures. You see it in parts of the very vividly parts of the state's parts of southern Africa. Parts of Australia. It's. A little bit of it is just you know, historical legacy of Setlow the settler ethos, which is to come climb invite digging consolidate defend, so it's the closed fist and the closed heart the close mine, they all seem to go together. So there's a little there's a little bit of that. And the idea that it is someone who was tough strong silent. And also the sense that the boys as they grow up as they leave childhood and go into lessons puberty. They're they're encouraged to sort of closed down their emotional side. They're empathize side and as a tragedy. I mean, because it's it's it's not just miserable for women and makes women feel unsafe and girls feel unsafe and and disrespected it's it's bad for boys and men because they leave impoverished lives. They they have such diminished access to language to express strong feelings. I mean, we all have strong feelings have you in somehow when you're a boy, they take away your license to express them in in certain ways, you a cry. The letter hold anybody's hand, you know, let us show any softness even charity that soft. That's a bit guy. We used to say that in the playground. This book as it happens. And I guess it's coincidental because I know essentially five years in July. So I'm guessing this is took a while to right. Yeah. I certainly wasn't writing this into the NATO. It's come out addressing directly this point about what happens to boys, they become men, and how do they deal with a culture, which often encourages them to as we've just discussed closed down. Emotionally. It's come out at a time. When there is so much discussion, thanks to the metoo movement. Everything that's happened in the last few months about gender relationships about women demanding different kinds of behaviors for men, and you have chosen to sooner in a way embrace that political discussion by going on a tour, which I think you headline tender heart sons of brutes, so have you made a conscious decision to become sort of a part of this discussion. I figured that. You know, once we realized the cultural moment that the book was inadvertently being published into felt like you had to address it. It was it was going to be a topic of discussion around the boat. People were going to see things in the book and want to talk about them. So I just figured yeah. Maybe it's incumbent on needed to address it head on and to find a way to get many particular to to listen to and attend to the ways in which their lives are being diminished. Men the beneficiaries of patriarchy not question that even though they profit from it. Their lives ultimately are poorer, and I've been trying to appeal to the idea that women have made enormous strides in my lifetime. And it's something to celebrate the raging for what they do. They're demanding Justice in the Atlantic demanding changes of behavior changes of legislation changes of outlook. And that's a terrific thing. But men have made equivalent strides to change themselves. What about you as an artist because there have been a few female, critics mostly in Australia who've looked at your books and extraordinarily well received Australia, but some women have said, you know, Tim Winton women characters lack the agency that his male characters. Do the books in the end, the really about men and women are often victims women are usually very decent and very good in your books, but stuff is happening to them done by men, and on the most literal level, you know, you're right. Quite a lot about surfers, and sir. Nothing's a big deal in your life. But you've never had a lead female character. Who's a very active surfer, for example. I had one that was a solo silo of written plenty of strong characters. But. And that notion more about men than you are about women knowing that reject that, I think that's that's not something. They should have to apologize for. I'm writing about men because I know about men, and I'm also writing about social conditions that apply in the places where I live and the outcomes. Reflected the books and storylines reflective of the reality and the temptation is to to write what should be or could be. But I'm I'm running in a realist tradition. I'm writing about what actually happens in the small redneck communities that I've nice how much about this is this is life and to somehow. Somehow embroider that would be insincere in authentic. If I was running about in the inner city, the story would be different. I'm writing about places and communities and so subject to the to the terms of trade, geographically, ecologically and culturally that that apply. I mean, there are strong women in my stories, and and lots of weight men and more stories of terrible things happen to women in my stories. But the worst of what happens they must always always happens to me. Yeah. One thing..
"winton" Discussed on Inside Supercars
"Because as I said, it was a three so you had to sit back, and you know, at that point atomic don't have been to down when once all of us top. So you had to start getting you hit around the Quinson rice fight was was a infancy sort of things that we were the head there for the first time and things are that. So we had to you know, I can say, well, what are we gonna guy with because that point at tone, then we'll have a witness joy that was eating. So I had to sort of sit back and say rod either the draw toss go to Bain, it's a two six hundred was calling them. The compound was the hottest toy because we did rice appropriate. Choline. We did rice at Bethune. She did rights Philip Harland. That tile wasn't particularly suited to the likes of Quinson rice. Why you know, even Winton on a cold day that tapas scenario thinking Cambridge eventually came into the county at a freezing Tommy absolutely June. When we came from rocket scientists buddy picked that one. That was a shocker victory. Cold, bitterly cold in in Laura. It wasn't pleasant. It's a whole nother conversation. They take took a whole rice to get some Tajiks. Absolutely. It is Some funny. funny stories ready talk about one of them the other day time. Hey, Cambridge was funny. Tom's. But you know, it was that type of thing we had a, you know, had to God for that. So you head, you know, we were in the stroz of Beth SCO Costa, those top things foreign not spec. And forward to the factory that I can you guarantee you can produce all these Taj until you have the production capacity business in bridge timer entering if one on that tone. The factory was very very focused on getting the fun stuff at night, China United toys like you change jokes. You know, it was it was it was very very intense, Tom. So that was the mind thing I came across competitive that was really important. The yen was jumping around lead of the plus crude oil process, but jumping around rubber process, but jumping around some very difficult to looking for three years to see into the future to say what way things we're going to go and all of us top things side. There's a very very difficult on for that necessarily literally got down to we were stuck in the traffic. At the Gold Coast rice with the old and used to be to get to Marine Parade to get the tendering. I'm tom. It was very very very taught. I'll tell you saw. Yeah. It was it is it was interesting, but United States we went with the one compound coin. San rice FAI come came on bowl, we had messy problems with grinding because the companion suit that trek and was more of a synthetic time in the throes of doing this way, we've developed another time with with Clinton Satan and lanzi at that stage had just come back from from overseas and had another year Beck at time. At Petra tell you at the Tom and everything side, we got into a bit of development programming came out with the war J day, which was more of a natural remedies on the wet Taunton change that was disordered very early in the pace to be very aggressive intermediate. Which to this day, we used to have it's not an ideal went tar in cold. Yeah. Heavy heavy Ryan. But it doesn't show them. So it's gonna do is top things. And you know, once those ducks lawn up he's put the thing to get him say rod. How much is it going to cost us to run these? Because all of a sudden you've and you've got to ramp up with truck saws and fried to know, they sings in visit messy man to consider them had staffing side. There was a lot of figures to be hashed in you, quote, raw is there's not a lot of money to be made in it at the moment is nine money to be minute is the way it's of subsidizing stuff..
Marijuana set to become legal in Canada Wednesday
"In power helped lead the push to make Canada the biggest nation in the world. Now that's legalized recreational use of marijuana. In fact, that government will mail it to people's home tales sales began at midnight have range of products. All federally approved. Bruce Lynton is a CEO of canopy growth, Canadian marijuana company who completed one of the first retail sales in Newfoundland with marijuana now. Federally legal in Canada Lynton says it won't just be brick and mortar stores selling it. It's a big country with not want so online in several of provinces you by shorter. And then the government sponsored mail service delivers the Winton says he thinks Canada will be a model for many more countries to one day legalized pot. Mark Remillard, ABC news measure that would make recreational marijuana legal in Ohio could be back on the ballot next year voters rejected a similar petition in two
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"What's enjoy next for Jalen a-rod. So maybe you too. We'll have children. Plus the hero from the waffle house shooting Ellen today at three on NBC four, then news for breaking down every twist of the DC mentioned murderers. You give me DNA. You can take that to the back and uncovering evidence that could change everything. So you think there might be someone else a news force special event tonight. It's six thirty. Thing we're in the business again fast, and so the teams and the push it to the absolute limits and sometimes ever and that that's what happens. Just just merged into the into the family thing, the hold alone. I'll even Barrett for that, right to Greece dot intense mania. Some like that. That just is an acceptable from the rice treks across the strategy at he is inside super supercars. Welcome to this week. It's tiny. Talk on regularises spec. Get with Craig. Reveal an interesting weekend, Greg, quite we can with father day and also hype. Everyone enjoyed they Father's Day a weekend. If it were applicable to them modest sport wise because we had India in the states with Scott Dixon closing Nava title that we had Daniel Ricardo and forty game retiring morass. There was some domestic racing young on here, which happened Winton with production cars, good to see grant Denia and Tony del Buto, showing speed and winning. But we're getting ready county up to San in two weeks time and it certainly looks like it'll be interesting rice zig, be showing plenty of form and obviously not quite the rookie card. Anyone thought it was going to be, and it's. Going to be a fascinating weekend to see if those drag strips at the grandstand and the fireside do provide a noticeable assistance to any of the guys out there. And of course, it's also Pat of this. Farewell. The falcon tour that everyone's on. And in this case it'll be falcon Zine old. Falcon liveries baps a few Mustang deliveries, inevitably falcons in falcon liveries is I think, how they wanna play it. Indeed. Yeah, there's big things plan, I think for for Baptist, but more than likely, they'll be quite a few on it exhibition at Santana's. Well. With the b. Obviously, Thailand being was the longest trek, the new guys, they know load grand prix is probably about the same length as in oval, trickling Zid be certainly had full wall. The falcons did a bit of winning. And of course it was when walking shown with Scott by getting his face when the growing private speaking of the grand prix, the Deitz have come out for this year of rather twenty nine eight and they've moved it. So it's a week earlier than this year says the fourteenth seventeenth March, and it's as slightly as a week or so closer to the Adelaide five hundred which is only last weekend in February, going into the early days of March. So. Compression compressing Matama bits the quays teams. Again, we'll have raisins complain as I'm sure others around the country will as well. I think it's gone from mar rough meth seventeen days. Eleven days or something is the expected change in the in the calendar. Formula one have moved their dight. If as long as they, I feel Cape it too. I think it was a bar Randall. There was only one game plight or something like that. If that is the weekend, the grown praise on, then I think that would be great because she wanted on Ning round via fill season because you back know twenty pages in to the daily newspaper before you get your first photo story of particularly support races as the super Khazar on that stage space in the heroes on it's always a beta problem Melvin, no nineties. Thinking Suva Qasr other than sad news for Jamie, Jamie win Cup was going to be my his US racing debut at Laguna Seca Mercedes with Kenny Abon who, unfortunately, he's had to pull out because of some homeless that Kenny has. So Jamie, we'll have to postpone to another dight, but
"winton" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Once again our forecast we'll get to that and just a few minutes I'm Geoff bell I'm potty rising here's what's happening topping our news is a really big. Traffic mass on. Eight eighty, a leak from a, truck as forced the closure. Of all lanes on eighty near the Winton. Avenue. Exit in Hayward CHP says? There, was no crash but there was a leak we're gonna turn to Cheryl rains and traffic. Cheryl do we know what happened well the Heywood fire department. In Alameda County fire are at the. Scene of an acid, league it's on the eastbound Winton on ramp to south eight eighty this happened about. Twelve thirty, this afternoon. The league is stop but an unknown amount of product is. On the ground and based on known capacity the containers it's. Possible the league could be, up to three hundred gallons of acid the leak is creating, a vapor plume blowing southeast from Winton and as you can imagine there's, a shelter in place within the area from Jackson street south to Winton avenue north to Amador East to eight eighty west NATs reacting the stuff that is on the. Ground so, they are, trying to prevent a vegetation fire a we'll have. More on the. Traffic impact coming. Up with eight. Eighty. Closed in both directions at Winton avenue at three zero eight thanks so much Cheryl and we also want to mention our own Scotla Terry is headed the scene. We're going to. Have more, information from him later, this afternoon in other news. This afternoon San Jose's independent police auditor has. Resigned. After serving less than a? Year, at the helm as KCBS is Margie Schaefer reports from San Jose the police officers association. And the mayor say the move is best for all involved. In his resignation letter independent police auditor. Errands is wrote he, was proud of the work he done that personal attacks on his office and work. Became a, distraction from. The goals of reform earned scissors decision was probably the best. For everyone involved that is San Jose mayor Sam Licadho our. Task is to focus on, ensuring that we have the best independent police auditor's office in, the country and we're gonna continue to Ensure we've, got leadership in that position that makes sense as national leader and police accountability there will be a nationwide search internal candidates will. Also be considered Paul. Kelly with the San Jose police officers association says. He wants the new independent. Police auditor to be nonbiased Kelly accusing scissor of putting officers. At risk by taking three, days to report to the police chief of threat to shoot an officer in the face Chevron Nouri is now acting independent police auditor she, has held this post during two previous, vacancies in San Jose Margie Schaefer KCBS thousands across the Hawaiian. Islands, of lost power. Is hurricane lane. Continues to make its way they're. An emergency management officials are preparing for the hurricane to hit Honolulu the most populous part of the state. This evening our own Bob Butler has the latest from Waikiki there is good, news and. Bad news about lane it has weakened it's no category two hurricane the concern we have among other things, is that it's tracking north Which brings it closer to the, island it's not. Tracking to the west yet what, we're hoping is that it'll move western and avoid. The islands Berthod reposes these for the Hawaii emergency. Management agency it's also moving very, slowly it's. Done through five miles an hour which means it could park itself Near or on the islands, and just dump rain on us That's why, lifeguards at Waikiki. Keep making announcements that mayor Kirk Caldwell says most tourists ignore we've had soon nominee alerts where he telling them get out of. The water and there's, guys in there standing in the water like it's a joke someone's gonna die someday despite the threat tourist deal crab Kaliko avenue Yes we've been taking pictures walkway up there to the malls and what have you on Waikiki. Beach in Honolulu by Butler KCBS meanwhile. Scores of travelers are still trying to. Get off the. Island's KCBS quantities Edessa voted day with. The frustrating tale of one. Marin family who found that the Aloha spirit. Is dissolving. Into an endless waiting seventy. In Chris arrived on Awad, who Saturday for, an eight-day vacation. When they heard a hurricane was coming he tried to fly out philosophy days everything's been booked solid kept paying me freshman treasury. Fast she kept calling, Hawaiian airlines they would like not even talk to you hang up Or kids activities open. So why would they want to ride it out? Finally, they hopped a flight of Phoenix that had a stopover at SF, oh, where they played hoping their luggage would follow. Maybe with all our wildfires and earthquakes were more disaster prepared at least mentally than other cities. But they said in an emergency, there's a difference between being laid back and lackadaisical playbook, and they weren't. They were not ready to play professionally at SF. Oh, hall Lequan. KCBS. You. Are stuck in traffic on eighty you. Want some help Cheryl rain says count. The latest from your local Honda dealers traffic's still closed in both directions around Winton what do you need to know. If you are in stuck in this traffic will go to John Atkinson what, I, can tell you is that southbound eight eighty traffic all diverted off in. Winton, avenue because of. This big rig with hazardous materials so southbound traffic backed up to Davis street San Leandro northbound eight eighty diverted. Off at highway ninety two that's backed up to Thornton. Avenue Fremont eastbound San Mateo bridge cannot get onto the northbound. Nimitson which diverted onto. Hayward city streets in highway ninety two now back to the decline of. The San Mateo bridge mission boulevard has sparing obviously? Although, city streets anywhere near Winton eight eighty and Hayward are absolute gridlock, yes, no grade bad a lot of people that. Are over to the bay bridge to the peninsula and avoiding the Nimitz west eighty metering lights. Are on hefty delays getting into, San Francisco it's a slow roll and getting out via, the Golden Gate. Northbound your approaches there northbound park Presidio already jammed. Almost, out of. Golden Gate park your next update three. Eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS more sunshine little bit warmer. Today but still unseasonably cool and we'll. Be hard pressed to get into the. Eighties today we've got some smoke in the air as well as smoke continues to move across northern California tonight look. For Hayes and patchy smoke in the evening mostly cloudy conditions overnight at the, coast, in bay partly cloudy inland tomorrow will be a little bit warmer we. Think, we might get. Back into the low eighties but then Sunday looks to cool things back down to where we are today traffic. And weather together on the eighth on all news one. Zero six nine AM seven forty KCBS an ad from mom. Save money on your. Car insurance by bundling home and auto with progressive Hey is it always this called in here It doesn't bother me doesn't bother me that it just just kind of, curious because. 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"winton" Discussed on KCBS All News
"In, gridlock we've had a problem at twelve thirty an accident, involving a, big rig that's leaking some kind of hazardous. Material eighty shut. Down in both directions at, Winton northbound diverted at ninety two southbound at Winton again it's been out there. Awhile what a mess on, to thirty eight s. Burien mission boulevard ninety two Jackson street. Those are all absolute gridlock very. Frustrating no estimated time when they might. Get a handle on this, situation but we can head east until you more, about the ultimate commute. And get up with. Our children about a collision Cam good. Afternoon Tracy good afternoon Cheryl in. A major mess literally here's a truck lost. A load of watermelons and other fruit on eastbound five. Eighty approaching a north Flynn on the Tracey side of, the ultimate now the two right lanes are, affected there in the, backup a, major Crash or two semi trucks in vehicle, just before north Flynn the three right lanes are blocked at that crash scene so as. A result, jammed up already from first street and Livermore trying to get. To Tracy and gridlock to the bay bridge on this Friday north one zero one from before, Cesar Chavez west. Eighty very slow coming in from the, tower touching down onto the skyway. Your next update t twenty eight on the traffic leader KCBS let's talk whether we are talking about another hazy sunshine kind of. Day, to day part of the Hayes being fog along the coastline and low clouds and part, of that he's being. Some lingering smoke in the. Error is. Well temperatures for the most part are in the sixties to low, seventies a little bit warmer than that illiberal circle back to those he's patchy smoke in the evening becoming mostly cloudy skies, overnight at, the, coast and. Bay temperatures overnight again mostly. In, the fifties from, here we're going to see mostly to partly cloudy and overcast conditions tomorrow morning clearing all that out though by the afternoon temperatures. Could, reach the low eighties inland Sunday a couple of degrees, cooler than A cooling trend kicks in Monday through Wednesday again with temperatures dropping out only in the mid to upper seventies during that stretch our, warm spot, right now is conquered where it's seventy six sixty seven. In Santa Rosa sixty-seven in, Oakland downtown San Francisco is. Sixty four degrees seventy two in Hayward seventy one Mountain..
UnSocial Media and Terry Whyhoon
"For me, it's been a home run in two ways on the racetrack and also building our brand here in Australia in our business finish festival, secondary is five. Which was was before. Spider rice, and you can't really just look at the Las rice of the year. You have to look tight, starts exit. You me, but from the rice treks across the strategy at he is inside supercars. Hello and welcome to inside civic. Has Craig reveal again in the driver's seat is tiny Whitlock is still Rick from his about of illness, but hi fli, hey, will be back on the show very soon this week show. We speak to image racing's Terry wha Hoon and we take a look at social media and how the supercar teams deal with the negativity that it can generate. But I met Stein rising has announced that they will switch to Holden the mmediately following the new teams disappointing start to twenty eight in the expense key falcons Stein tilling Suba cows dot com that the tipping point came at Queensland rice. Why win walled cowed was able to finish a head of the fulltime teen. The team will not benefit from trip light support until next year, but they are going to be an. They'd be falcon built by triple light in twenty nine teen as well. Stein's confident that the experience with the Holden in twenty seventeen will provide a better platform in the back end of the season. Jamie wing cap has announced that he'll be heading overseas freeze. First, non supercar race in the United States Laguna Seca for a round of the IMSA weathertech sportscar championship in early September Chaz Mostert is also hitting to the US to compete in the petite Lamar. That's a ten hour where the take sports car championship rice, which conclude he's going to drive with them. W in tub between Bathurst and the Gulf Coast rookie tests days were completed by Richie son away from for dressing James schooling from Jayaram an antone Davis Crowley from Erebus this week. All hoping that the new components and seat time will set them up well for Thailand. Band also testing Winton. This week was Brad Jones racing and walk insure Andretti. You nodded off to the bright call on inside supercars. We look at on social media, joined the inside sport team as they look at all the news across the street and around the world. It means a lot in through the years. A lot of reference this race is one of our majors. Six hundred miles around here is no easy task. Star. We're out. We saw the family. Broadcast community radio and online at sport, radio dead com. Dodi you. The views expressed on inside supercars including the panelists and guests do not reflect the views of the network. Thunder media will sport radio. Any publication will rebroadcast of the show without the express written permission of fund media is strictly prohibited. Social media is an important tool in the super cans is no forgetting the news and reports about what's going on in the teams and also across the series a few weeks ago just dying on the show mentioned how toxic can be seeing the comments coming back in sometimes. So I thought I'd follow that up with a number of people in the paddock to find out how they many that situation I up. We spoke with Erebus Shannon Kylie and asked her about how social media has become a bit of a double edged sword. Obviously, I think the message. Vacant kind of. Have an affect on what you get back Oviously as before. I think the the guidelines we've set for owl content that goes out is very honest and open. Arabs itself has always been that down to us. Tain approachable with with the fans team. We seem to be everyone's second favorite team if that makes sense. If it's not the team happy for it to be us. So I think. I believe we have a lot of positivity and probably more than some others because of you lacks David. You likes Betty, they are very lockable people, but you do differently get some people that on a fan of us for whatever reason that is. That's the same down pit lane. Everyone has to have an enemy all keyboard worries or out this. So they'll they'll pick on something. They'll
"winton" Discussed on Little Atoms
"Likes it too little atoms i'm narrowed any today i'm took it to tim winton we talked about his latest novel the shepherds hurt and this is a contemporary story jackson has a mobile useless as is i in the desert but it also seems like a time of this description of a certain type of masculinity brunswick even say australian masculinity because it's you know it's located in this certain place nowadays prowse we describe this as a toxic masculinity why did that what is that interest you to write about i think because it's so resilient i think the giving what we the changes that we've lived through silly loft on the cultural changes changes in government policy the changes in popular imagination certainly changes in gender relations when women have reached so high and so much against the odds against you know headwind it's puzzling that men haven't progressed to any many way near the same degree and and so just the the resilience the stubbornness of these trips of these patterns of thinking and behavior that the pasta on from father to son to nephew from sports coach to junior football player whatever whatever it is and also the the why that's echoed and intensified buy into time at culture just this resilience of these ideas that many of preps even most of us are anxious to leave behind they stick around and i guess it'd been writing about boys must've all off in men must've aloft because what was one and m one and puzzling trying to puzzle that out but also trying to give them their jude trying not to dismiss their concerns and interests because the blogs and that's if that's unfashionable then but in this case i think it's just an interesting mine i mean look i write this book years before that you know they're kind of recent discussions but you know the same things have applied for a long time and i guess at one at one level you can understand that women have made progress because they're reaching for something that's been denied them something that should justly be there's that's more access to have more more equity whoa control more respect all that more opportunity and i've done a great job at that has been fabulous thing to see in my loft on in order for men to progress it's almost a it's not the same thing they there's not an aspiration necessarily that's quite as easy to to describe and to to mike plein because really not for men to progress it was not as so much raging things as letting things go seating power seeding control examining 'self examining behavior at a choose and so you know it's always easy to get people to reach for things to get them to let them go but then while can look at it in terms of what is in it for men in terms of changing is that i think what we forget is that if we if men changed allies would be better to not just women's laws because the sort of toxic modeling of these narrow narrow narrowing wise of being a boy and then which turns out to be very narrow wise of being men deprive us deprive boys and our brothers and are nephews of access to emotion access to language this many whys of being a boy so many ways of being a man and yet we we submit to these very narrow enslaving ideas of manhood that seem to you know seem to be something out of a john wayne movie and and that impoverishes us and if i have any hope that made more changes is that they will say that this something in it for them it's the right thing to do because of the women in their lives in and around them but it's also good thing to do because they live richer laws it's almost like we will get given a box of pencils if i can go for relieving lime analogy issue with you know box of colored pencils with the full range of colors by the i ten mice boys had.
"winton" Discussed on Little Atoms
"Tim winton has published twenty nine books for adults and children and his work has been translated into twenty eight languages he has won the miles franklin award four times and twice been shortlisted for the booker prize for riders dirt music he lives in western australia and tim's latest novel which took about today is the ship hurt tim welcome to little atoms thanks for having me so western australia i wanna talk about i it's a map of stralia is that the left that seems like half the country and he's very very big and very empty what's he like will it's it's a lot of things because much of it as you know there seventy different kinds of habitats and landforms landscape so the bottom half vices onto the great sal and oceans and you know the nearest thing to it is antica and the top costs is in basically niger you know it some the taymor say and vices indonesia asia so it's tropical at the top and and very temperate down the the bottom and it's a big chunk of the of the all incontinent and it's quite lightly populated even boss driving standards which world standards is extremely sparsely populated very short on water on the main city of westminster idea is perth and because of declining ryan foale due to global warming as jared diamond predicted ten years before twenty years ago now that unless something drastic china i would be filed state and he was bang on and now they both drink desalinated seawater so city of a million and a half people if it wasn't for our nation would be completely viable and this book the carrots leave outside of the states live like the people that live in these small communities outside of it's close shrinking rural population into in tombs of inaugural areas partly because of mechanization so you know the great we the weight belt which is like does the ukraine as a strategy when it comes to global wait production and that's been that's been happening for you know a hundred years in a strategy but mechanisation meant that there are fewer and fewer people needed to do that works it's lonely out there and properties are really big the farms of any big on top of that you know with the declining ryan full you know agriculture is more risky so it's it's lonely it's awesome it's harsh and coming put it this way suicide rights especially among miles in that pot of strata two or three times the metropolitan equivalent of this story jackson all jiaxi claxton who is a he's fifteen years old he's he's a on the surface he's a school bully he's he's a borderline sociopath really he's tough as niles he's being brutalized law he's father's a dreadful alcoholic and the local butcha he's not averse to occasionally guy that with a few ruffles in china and killing wild horses in passing them off as as base these butcher shop yeah the almond bayton jackie always law bayton humiliated jesse's mother suggestions conned damaged traumatized kid who has taken on many of the behaviors and thought patterns of his of his father when we first meet him he just he seems providing sparky aggressive but not unintelligent and also ease as the book progresses realized that he's yearning for something and he doesn't have a very complicated language for that but the word that keeps coming back as decency his mother shelley the beginning of the story she's dead she's she's died of cancer jesse had this very close bond with his mother they both seem to stay in the situation they're in for each other but she's gone but he's still there in stasis living with his father who is he's basically at the beginning of the story he's avoiding he's basically not wanting to go home because you know he knows installed him when he goes on yeah he he's hiding under the grand the local grandstand at the grand and wishing that he's dead and no one's ever cautioned taxi about being careful what wishful because he goes home and funds they'll man under vehicles fallen off the off jack and the story really begins with this flight really he thinks jackson thinks that he's going to get blamed for his.
"winton" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Although in that case it wasn't so much smart as criminals with the entire mainstream media on their side just doing a podcast it's gonna go up on slate for about winton and you know the clinton years and what i really i i mean i don't know if you remember this at the time they kept saying oh you just don't like his policies which is such nonsense his policies were basically felonious obstruction of justice the welfare bill you only bombed torn countries when he needed to distract from his impeachment or something he was really moderate third way i'm going to reform entitlements democrat what what was so enraging about him was that he was perfectly happy to insult the intelligence of forty nine percent of the public to four fifty one percent of the public and boy was our media anxious to be full i think it's more like fifty one percent i don't think he ever got a majority of the votes that he an immediate even what he was the basically running against dole i don't think he went over fifty percent i 'cause perot was still running and he drained off right i think you're right i don't think he ever got fifty percent everyone in the media to hang on his every word for they sure they sure did yeah anyone who wanted to sue him more tell the truth about him or his lovely wife brunell what hey i gotta ask you about the time magazine cover how how bad was that how quickly was i redeem saying all these humanitarian cases are complete crap they absolutely are complete crap they're either frauds that have been proved to be frauds or frogs we haven't proved yet as i described in america and i'm not trying to sell the book but it's all there very useful book to read all of these as soon as they make the news they make a spectacle of themselves somehow they get in the news and then you know what reporter goes back and checks oh how did this person get in the country a scam it's only the scam and here we have this woman of course of course not exposed by the american media no we have to rely on the foreign fairly male doria london the cover of time magazine happily married apparently not that happily she wants she's just she's another adventurous had six thousand dollars lying around that she could pay to take her and the kid across for the second time which makes her a an accused felon because she's crossing the border for the second time that's a felon yes not only that but this is what you just said is part of the reason basically all of the humanitarian cases are frauds if you have the wherewithal to show up on our border then life really isn't so bad where you're coming from i mean usually like this woman they're coming from middle class families where their country is they come to america for a wedding the guy amadou diallo who who is asylum application approved was only looked at when he was shot by cops and in new york city in nineteen ninety nine you remember that bruce springsteen had a song about it because he didn't know that when one cops are pointing guns at you you should best courses to put your hands up and not reaching your pockets he also looked amazingly like the rapist they were looking for that night they didn't find the rapist for another couple of years and my jaw dropped when i saw the guy's picture new york times did not play that up but anyway he grew up in a in a you know wealthy family he traveled the world he was from a different country than the country even claim to be from and he contributed to america by selling tube socks on the street of new york and living off the taxpayer every time these people get in the news we find out oh yeah that was a scam yeah no you're right it's so what do you what are you what do you make of donald trump saying that we need to have no no no hearings for these people before we deport him i mean this is the kind of stuff you've been you've been wanting to say i mean he can't he can't do anything about it without congress can of course he can't you.
"winton" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"I was like sir i am i feel like we will listen to the same cast 'cause i actually had to stop in the middle of it 'cause i was like i'll just just talking to me talk like this whole idea that that that you know watching a black man shoot another black person and you know it's a false representation of who's doing the killing in america whatever and i'm just like okay how can you take so literal and then talk about how it can't be taken literal at the exact same time like which one is it and they were really an to me the podcast listening to they were more concerned about the fact that people were calling him a genius then actually examining the ship that he was doing which was on genius level if you think about it just in the scope of everything even from the music he was using like everything was distraction you know what i mean like when i saw the first time i thought it was amazing why message you like oh shit i was like oh shit look at what this stuff is doing then when i watched it again i was like oh shit there should have background there's a whole nother video back here what is going on someone shot what the what a police hortas is that death on alloys is avenue the lead what's what's going on listen and that was other thing too about the video that was kind of interesting because it became a discussion about everything but the video but winton would we not call someone who's musically talented acting talented writing directory only talented.
"winton" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The northbound ride slows past tennyson and remains heavy up toward winton san francisco is a slow roll now heading to the lower deck of the bay bridge at the chilton auto body collision cam joe hughes george slow roll is right had already looks like your afternoon commute already underway as you head towards lower deck slow before cesar chavez that's continuing to back up it's going to take about twenty five minutes to reach the lower deck of the bay bridge just reminder for everyone the giants are playing an afternoon game today so plan accordingly and that was the reason for the big backup that was at the toll plaza that now move to the upper deck this ride on one on one through marine county looks good no delays the northbound trip and what had been a slow ride through petaluma is no longer syria let's your next update will be at one twenty eight on the traffic leader kcbs six day forecasts kpi expires mary lee good wednesday to you we are going to continue on that slow and gradual cool down for us and especially as we head through the end of the week temperatures will be much clear you really going to feel that difference so in the locations in the mid to upper seventy s to low eighties for today with that son low sixty s for the bay upper fifties along the coast much cooler tomorrow low seventies inland upper fifty s about sixty for the bay upper fifties along the coast there friday saturday and for sunday many of us will be in the sixties so big drop there in those camps and then a slight chance for shower for the north bay friday saturday and for sunday we're tracking an area of low pressure it's going to be to our north of us that's why we are looking at all of us on the cool side and a slight chance of a shower for northern communities right now san francisco is kinda stuck in the cool it's only fifty seven degrees oakland is it sixty one at seventy in san jose sixty five and mountain view sixty four and hayward seventy livermore seventy two in concord sixty santa rosa traffic and.