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"aaron green" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Hell of a price to pay. Painful reminder of another deadly day for the FBI in South Florida, April 1986 shootout that left two agents dead Just 30 miles from today's scene. They're digging out from under near Boston WBZ TV's Michael across moving 2 Ft of Snow is an all day event. My back's killing me right now. About 24 inches of snow in Lowell. Got the car very go. That was the biggest plan. That's it. David Vasquez is clearing all the snow off his home and cars were. What's your plan? Dunkin Donuts? Come back so sharply again. The richest or second richest man in the world, depending on the day is stepping down, but Jeff Bezos won't be leaving Amazon entirely. Cairo reporter Aaron Green yellow, Bezos says he'll transition into the role of executive chairman this summer and hand over the reins to Andy Jassy, current CEO of Amazon Web services S and P Futures are up. 12 Dow Futures ahead 36. This is CBS News. Indeed, instant match searches through millions of resumes and indeed database to deliver candidates who fit your job description instantly More at indeed dot com slash credit Your news Live and local. This is WCBS news radio 8 80. Radio com station. Good morning. We have some scattered light snow this morning in New York 30 degrees. The wind chill in New York is 22. We could see some sunshine, though later in the day 503 a WCBS on Wednesday, February 3rd good to have you with us today. Thank you for joining us. Big snowstorm may have been one for the record books in New Jersey. The National Weather Service says it has a preliminary report of 35.5 inches of snow on Mount Arlington and Morris County. If that holds up and report did come from a trained weather observer, it would break a 122 year.
"aaron green" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Down. A growing number of U. S representatives, including one from Washington State say they've tested positive for Cove it since last week's riots at the Capitol Building. Cairo videos Aaron Green, Hello report. Seattle Congresswoman Pramila Gioia. Paul blames Republican lawmakers who she says refused to wear a mask while they were locked down during the riots. Giant Paul claims her colleagues mock those who did wear masks and created a super spreader event on top of a deadly attack on Twitter giant Paul said members who refused to a REM ask should be fined and removed from the floor. Images during the riot show giant Paul without a face covering in the House chambers, The congresswoman says she was told to remove hers in order to put on a gas mask. Instead, President Donald Trump today was asked about the riots in the nation's capital, and he brought up Seattle even as he faces the likelihood of impeachment on the charge that he incited last week's violence. President issued an ominous warning is causing tremendous anger and division and pain. Asked if he feels any responsibility for the deadly violence at the Capitol, the president insisted his rhetoric was totally appropriate. And then he deflected, pointing toe unnamed politicians who he suggested incited last year's violence in Seattle and Portland. That was a real problem, what they said Stephen Portnoy, CBS News A new report says the Pacific Northwest is ahead of the curve when it comes to decreasing the amount of toxic chemicals released by businesses. However, radios Alec Downing has more. The EPA's report covers more than 760 chemicals that have a significant negative effect on human health or the environment. Washington saw a 16% decrease in such chemicals being released between 2018 and 2019. That's about £5.1 million less of these chemicals than the Previous report. A couple of sports notes for you, the Seattle Seahawks said today their parting ways with offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer the Hawks were knocked out of the playoffs by the L. A Rams Saturday. And peaches, sound powerhouse of Megan Rippin. Oh is training with the U. S women's soccer team After a nearly year long break. She's expected to play in a pair of exhibition games later this month. Time for cable radio. Real time traffic..
"aaron green" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Across the country four days until Election Day itself and early voting. Has already passed the entire turnout from 2016 in the state of Texas. The early vote count top nine million this morning. Christopher Holland's is County clerk in Harris County, home to Houston. We're passing up now. The total verdict voting turnout from 2016, which was itself a record. And so we're gonna push towards 1.51 point six million at least, which is going to be huge for Harris County, Collins tells ABC News. They will be able to report the results after the polls close on election night. This is the final day of early voting in Texas Today. The Midwest is the focus for both presidential campaigns after appearances hours apart in Florida, both President Trump and Democrat Joe Biden will be in Minnesota and Wisconsin today. The president also has a rally in Michigan. Biden will make his wayto Iowa, a state. He lost two former mayor Pete Bondage in the Democratic primary with one day Corona virus cases, setting records by the day health providers urging people to doom or to try to stop the spread in Milwaukee. Nearly a dozen doctors, including Gary stuck have written an open letter to their community. We want to make completed them that this is really all that we need their help to turn. The Wisconsin saw 2.3% jump in new cases yesterday, Tomb or NFL players have reportedly tested Positive, According to ESPN. They are a Broncos offensive lineman and a linebacker with the Minnesota Vikings. Broncos host the Chargers in Denver this Sunday, while the Vikings Aaron Green Bay to face the Packers Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more.
"aaron green" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Seattle today, demanding paid time off to vote. More than 6400 workers have signed a petition urging the company to give time off any time between now and election Day. Other big companies have announced accommodations to encourage their employees to vote. Wal Mart is giving 1.5 million workers up to three hours paid time off. Starbucks is offering flexible hours and a $75 credit for a lift ride to or from Polling place or ballot drop off a 19 year old man is charged with hitting a Seattle police officer in the head with a baseball bat. Cairo radios Frank Shire says Jacob Greenberg is now in King County Jail. Charging documents allege that he and a woman planned attacks on police and they purchased materials for an assembled Molotov cocktails, The charging papers also say on September 23rd. During a riot, Greenberg approached a bicycle cop from behind and with a full swing struck the back of the officer's head with Anna. Aluminum baseball bat cracking his helmet. Greenberg is charged with first degree assault, attempted first degree arson and reckless burning video of that attack went viral code. 19 outbreak at Harbor View Medical Center has killed one patient and infected three more Cairo radio Aaron Green yellow reports that 10 staff members are now in isolation. It's not clear who brought the virus into one of the hospital's surgical units, and it's still not known if the outbreak is fully contained. Dr. John Lynch is an infectious diseases expert at Harborview investigating the source of the outbreak. Health worker who is pre symptomatic symptomatic come to work. Did a visitor come in with Kovar 19 and introduced us? Or a patient who had overnight somehow interact with another patient. Lynch says the patient who died had underlying conditions. None of the infected workers has been hospitalized. And now you're whether it's been a cloudy day and we'll see a cloudy night tonight with lows in the low fifties and some scattered showers. I'm Miley Katie, Listen. Live at my northwest dot com Cairo Radio 97 3 FM news and talk powered by the Pacific Northwest. This is Ion veterans weekend around above.
COVID-19 outbreak at Seattle's Harborview leaves 1 dead, several infected
"Radio Aaron Green yellow reports that 10 staff members are now in isolation. It's not clear who brought the virus into one of the hospital's surgical units, and it's still not known if the outbreak is fully contained. Dr. John Lynch is an infectious diseases expert at Harborview investigating the source of the outbreak. Health worker who is pre symptomatic symptomatic come to work. Did a visitor come in with Kovar 19 and introduced us? Or a patient who had overnight somehow interact with another patient. Lynch says the patient who died had underlying conditions. None of the infected workers has been hospitalized. And now you're whether it's been a cloudy day and we'll see a cloudy night tonight
"aaron green" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Marching with climate of everything Black matter with court justice. I felt inspired come out, turn out. Is far lower than the massive crowds falling President Trump's inauguration. But in this new normal of protest ng during a pandemic, the message largely remained the same. A Montana lesson. 95% of households have been counted in the census more from CBS News correspondent major carrier Across Montana, just 60% of residents self reported, well below the national average of nearly 67%. A vast rural state that includes the land of a tribe. Census workers going door to door were tasked to count. The rest. Not easy was more than one million People. Montana single congressional district is the nation's most populous complete count could mean regaining a second seat in Congress that was lost in 1993 and important prize right now, Montana receives about $200 billion in federal funds that's about $2000 for each resident counted, the more people More money, but perhaps not now or in the decades to come. This is CBS News. Del Technologies Advisors are focused on you ready to offer tailored solutions powered by Intel. The pro platform to keep your small business ready. Call 877 Estelle. K I R O F M. Tacoma, Seattle, now from the Cairo Radio New Center at my northwest dot com Hundreds of Amazon workers gathered in downtown Seattle today, demanding paid time off to vote more than 6400 workers have signed a petition urging the company to give time off any time between now and election Day. Other big companies have announced accommodations to encourage their employees to vote. WalMart has given 1.5 million workers up to three hours paid time off. Starbucks is offering flexible hours and a $75 credit for a lift ride to or from a polling, place or ballot drop off. A 19 year old man is charged with hitting a Seattle police officer in the head with a baseball bat. Cairo radios Frank Shire says Jacob Greenberg is now in King County Jail. Charging documents allege that he and woman planned attacks on police and they purchased materials for and assembled Molotov cocktails. The charging papers I also say. On September 23rd During the riot, Greenberg approached a bicycle cop from behind and with a full swing struck the back of the officer's head with an aluminum baseball bat. Cracking his helmet. Greenberg is charged with first degree assault, attempted first degree arson and reckless burning video of that attack went viral code. 19 outbreak at Harbor View Medical Center has killed one patient and infected three more. Cairo Radio Aaron Green yellow reports that 10 staff members are now in isolation. It's not clear who brought the virus into one of the hospital's surgical units, and it's still not known if the outbreak is fully contained. Dr. John Lynch is an infectious diseases expert at Harborview investigating the source of the outbreak. Health worker who is pre symptomatic symptomatic come to work. Did a visitor come in with the 19 and introduced us or a patient who had overnight somehow interact with another patient. Lynch says the patient who died had underlying conditions. None of the infected workers has been hospitalized. And.
"aaron green" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"City faces a major budget shortfall because of the pandemic. Awesome wildfire. Smoke from Oregon and California makes a return today, but it should not spoil our sunshine. Too much. It looks like it's going to be more a loft down at the surface, so comparing this event to the event that we had a couple of weeks ago. Right now, it's not shaping up to be a bad national Weather Service meteorologist Carly Cosmetic, She says it will probably arrive late this afternoon or early this evening. As for the rest Of your forecast. Going to see highs today were right around 80 degrees right now. 57 degrees outside the Carter Super Studios. I'm Aaron Green alone for breaking news highlights, Podcasts and Mohr download the Cairo radio at Cairo radio here for what's next. From the Carter Subaru Studios. Thiss is jammed Ursula show with Scott and Ursula Roy team. Good morning. Happy Tuesday and thank you for listening to the guion. Ursula's show. Good morning. Good morning. Did you hear the temperature today could reach 80 degrees. Hello. We are almost into October. I am looking for any reason to have a smile on my face as we start off the show. Hey, Ursula, I want to share something with you yesterday. Worsen genes. Ah ha! Really nice jeans, okay, and that's like the third time in the last six months have been out of sweats. Yeah. Out of sweats out of Crocs actually were fancy shoes. No night was feels good. Idea. It did feel good felt normal.
"aaron green" Discussed on KQED Radio
"These air, modern contemporary art sculptures. Hidden as guitars. Duffy spent five years making 10 type pictures of vines and his guitars. It's a style of photography that was popular in the late 19th century, using chemicals on a sheet of metal to capture an image. A technique yielded a striking cover photo for the book. Vines is sitting in a field with some of his guitar strong on a frame overhead. It's his whole life work. Every image means something There's a guitar African mask a death mask guitar. There's a guitar that looks like a leaf. There's a guitar that looks like a teardrop vines works from a drugstore turned studio in downtown Fountain, a three block stretch tucked amid tobacco fields in rural eastern North Carolina. Get your throat on my visit, The grey bearded Vines was wearing a mask and struggling with a flare up of gout in his foot nowhere, he shows me his latest project. A guitar made out of wood from a 100 year old piano scene. 00 headed here right now, they would have laughed. And when you re creating an ounce of men on it on it comes last. He cleans the wood with a wire brush shapes the body of the guitar and scoops out portions to get different tones in a tongue the wood without sound chambers. If you listen, you can hurt After lights out, so we had to go with the habits on that. Vines, plays guitar himself and started making instruments in the 19 fifties, selling them toe other musicians around the south. He peppers his conversation with John Brown this and John Brown that as a euphemism I used to be a bad person. That's what they call a foul mouth. And I have substituted words like that right there. Like when he describes how he brings out the wood grain in his hanging tree guitars. Yeah, that was already there. Our naval compliment. Scrape the John Brown dirty buttons around and they will find says he was rough is a young man working at times as a bounty hunter and a bootlegger for which he did time in the penitentiary. There, he learned to read having no formal education beyond the third grade, he tells the story of how he first learned to play guitar is a child, not altogether a pleasant memory. Yeah. A white guy used to make me off totally fishing poles and shot them. I have one joke there for you, dear. Dear. One day brunch, right? Get Martin. He made you call it, Mr Martin. Later on, I learned my play. Where would flower the old folk song made famous by the Carter family? Mine says his friends laughed, called it hillbilly music. But he says it was not that far from the blues. I heard you got hit. That's why I will flower slow down. Yeah, Later on. Aye, golden alone nto her Gymboree. Freeman Vines is full of stories, but he clams up when pressed on the story behind the hanging tree. Don't hear nothing nearby, Vine says. There's a certain side of the fence, you know not to go on. Even today, nearly 90 years after that lynching, Tim Duffy says, fear lingers. That's the culture of silence when you don't talk about it. That is not a good thing. That's what keeps it invisible keeps it in the past. Duffy and his colleagues looked deeper into the story of the wood. Aaron Green Hood with music maker Relief Foundation led me to a rural Wilson County down a gravel road amid soybean fields. And if you look back that way, Where we turned in by the road is where Oliver Morris House was, and that's where the lynching tree was just out front of his house. Oliver Moore was a black tenant farmer and shoe repairman who was accused of raping the white landowners, daughters. He was arrested, but of white mob kidnapped him from the jail and they brought him down to in front of his house. And they hung him from the tree in front of his house. His family was supposed to be inside the lynching was reported in the Raleigh News and Observer in 1930. But since then the details have been buried. Now they're included in the new Hanging Tree Guitars exhibition at the Greenville, North Carolina Museum of Art executive director Trista Rice Porter. People don't just forget that lynchings happened or that people were killed. People are still being killed today. And so you can kind of see that immediate that direct connection of history to current life at the center of the room. Mine's guitars are hung from above. Sometimes people need to be shocked. I think that that's kind of a role that museums and art can really play and helping people really be confronted with the reality of something so difficult and traumatic and think about how that trauma continues to impact people today that it's still a resident there. Freeman Vines, who rarely leaves his studio got to see his guitars on display at the museum before the show open to the public. It made him feel good, he says. But he didn't let on because he didn't want anyone to think it was going to his head. Trying to not let folks know really high were cardinal say he weakened and down. Getting weak looking at a museum. So I kept my front. He Behan, The hanging tree Guitars exhibition, which also includes some of Freeman Vine sculpture, opened at the Greenville Museum of Art last week and runs through December. Shows are also planned in Winston Salem and Portsmouth, Virginia. The book is out now. Debbie Elliot. NPR NEWS, Greenville, North Carolina. The West Coast is on fire. Here's California Governor Gavin Newsom. This is historic. This is the largest fire season we've had in terms of total acreage impacted.
"aaron green" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Initiative. 16 39 was passed by voters two years ago. We're learning more about that deadly crash involving a King County sheriff's deputy in George Town over the weekend. Cairo Radios Aaron Green Yellow has thie update. The deputy's mother says her son had a massive stroke before crashing his King County sheriff's SUV. That vehicle struck a parked car, killing one woman inside. On Saturday. Family and friends identified her as several Lehrer, an attorney and advocate for immigrants. Rights. Labor, graduated in 2006 from Seattle University's law school where he received a Latino Community service award. The family of the deputy says he remains in critical condition at Harborview. Concern is growing over the disappearance of a pregnant Pierce County woman Keiper radios. Diane do wth Wyler with that store. 33 year old Cassandra Cantrell has not been seen or heard from since leaving her Parkland home last Tuesday that too common news Tribune says after she missed a doctor's appointment later that week, her family reported her missing Friday. Police found Cantrell's car near the Tacoma Dome Light rail station. Investigators call her disappearance suspicious and are asking businesses near the station to check their surveillance. Video. If you have any information on Cantrell's disappearance, you are asked to call 9111 person is dead. Two others hospitalized after a shooting in a rented parking lot are usually a couple of 100 cars that were all playing out of that parking lot. Police can't say for sure why so many people were gathered. But Commander Dave Liebman says they have an idea out of that size them any vehicles in parking lots of that our typically it and the end of being related to illegal street racing groups. Police say the shooting survivors are not cooperating with police. Washington State has filed suit against the Trump Administration for relaxing environmental rules on federal projects. Attorney General Bob Ferguson says the changes to the National Environmental Policy Act are illegal. They may not have heard of it. It is a foundational environmental law. It's literally been referred to as the Magna Carta of environmental laws. It's that influence. The act requires the federal government to conduct detailed environmental reviews before major construction projects. The Seattle Mariners air wrapping up a four game series with the Angels this afternoon after yesterday, the Mariners win it a final score.
"aaron green" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"They're missing critical materials, so they're forced to slow down. I'm worried about the president State of testing and what That means for the rate of growth of people infected with the virus. Hospitals and health systems are competing for the supplies says patients wait days or sometimes weeks for their tests. Results. Wendy Gillette CBS News The White House and congressional Republicans have reached fundamental agreement on a new pandemic relief bill. One sticking point. A house passage, though, could be extending jobless benefits with the added $600 payments due to expire in days. Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander, I would not support something that would Pay on unemployment more than you would earn if you were working. HA, Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate leader Mitch McConnell of announced that the late civil rights icon and Congressman John Lewis will lie in state in the Capitol Rotunda and invitation only arrival ceremony will be held Monday. The NHL's newest franchise has being named after a mythical sea creature. The Seattle Kraken is release named after the mythical Sea monster. The crack in team logo now flies high on a flag atop the space needle team. Presidents and CEO Tom Lie Wicky connection to our maritime heritage. And also connections to the mystery and the great Mystery of the sea. The cracking makes its debut next year when professional hockey and returns to the city for the first time in nearly a century. Aaron Green yellow for CBS NEWS, Seattle. It's like an instant replay in the mid Atlantic.
"aaron green" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Everyone in the video hi everybody a hundred people in this video anyways I guess passengers complained about that it's like the the the toilets overflowing image of the safety video about how great so what they're going for that everyone gives mass actually they actually made it a press release about it and issued a statement at the clock that jubilant Tory attitude out of their safety video because people were **** about it what is wrong with people into safety even though they're trying to get you to watch it Hey Johnny yes Sir what imaginary person the other question I mean it's a real person apparently in men reveal thunder wedding photos Jesus but it was the manager of Percy of a crush on yes from big ladies but ships commercial a long time ago I don't know maybe a couple years ago now but give them do not Aaron green eyes and man I collect that commercial Chris said Pringles commercial for days on your he did he just got done watching it he said a little exhausted too I thank you John have a good day all this is I like a guy in the Hormel pepperoni commercial the one man bands what else do I like the guy go lizard this you do a he's so hot he's hot not relate to this at all he's got swagger that I mean I think these are hot all the time it is it is it like knowing that like I said the trivago guy was big for lunch some of the drug who actually is a rock star and I don't think he'd use star or a rock band as well in another country was he was a German I look like I know there's a whole website devoted to like commercial actors in who they really are who was the other one there was a woman in a diamond commercial I have a crush on one still like two beers oh my god that's so funny cide showbiz Shelly does what he can you really can relate to this at all if you ever you ever seen I don't know not really a full blown cry like the old spice guy the old spice guy he's high yeah he's on the horse yeah our I mean I like a crash crash all that the date that the centaur guy like the black the black guy all all wow look at me look at you yeah yeah yeah I know that was your type but I mean like it across.
"aaron green" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"And then you have you know, the rest of your defensive line can come together when startled to allay is doing what he was brought in to do which is in have Sack's not to bring pressures not to have T S T F L's. It's the shutdown the interior running game which they did early. Not that they really could even get going in the run game. And that's sort of what I'm looking at for this bills offense this week is I think the biggest difference you saw that bills offense. And why they were good was that they didn't have to abandon the run game. After three drives. Like the bills the first two weeks. They go down two or three scores you essentially have to abandon the running game. So it all started though, Joe by them getting that first drive extended on a fifteen yard personal foul penalty, which. You can't fault the offense for them. Having a moment where they get a fifteen yard penalty. That was a bad penalty. He was sacked and Sheldon Richardson came in. And or was it what Richardson or was it? I don't know. It doesn't really matter. But that was a penalty like it was a personal foul penalty. That's the stuff the league's looking for as Roma dominates was a helmet alma hit. But they can't come out and go three and out for starting with the today at any point today. None of that. Right. And when I look about and I was kind of thinking about the keys to this game at least defensively for this bills team to continue on that about before we really dive into the offense. And of course, eight oh three oh, five fifty one eight eight five fifty to five fifty the numbers to call. If you've got some of the games you're watching for today. If you've got any players, you got your eyes on Sean McCoy looks like he will be back. He's let's just questionable but has said early the week that he plans on playing in this football game, Marcus Murphy questionable. I'm not sure how much he's going to be in the game plan. If Leshan McCoy is playing and how much Chris ivory. I think has established himself as a very much viable part of this offense a guy that is demanding touches because of his effectiveness running zone, which they like to do. He's a big body, and he can continue moving the chains for this football team in clearly, and this is what I thought all along about his his addition is he was going to be a big weapon in the past game. And I thought that because of last year with Jacksonville that was sort of his thing which was kind of weird, right? Because he he wasn't never done. It not really known to do it. But then all of a sudden the. The last two years really in Jacksonville became a viable part of their pass took over for TJ. Yeldham was supposed to be right. Yeah. He was the third down back. He was good in ask when they were shotgun which wasn't a lot because they like to run I formation like he was the guy in the backfield. There. It will thrill five fifty one eight eight eight five five fifty so defensively a couple of things this week that I think you have to sort of replicate that from last week, right? And I think Aaron Rodgers there's no doubting Aaron Rodgers is even with one and a half legs right now the best quarterback in the league. And I think he's overtaken in terms of how he does it in a week to week basis. Over Tom Brady. And at least at the start of this year with one and a half legs. Like, he's b- Brady has struggled and Brady doesn't have the tar the just the people right now. He just doesn't have the teammates around him very disrespectful. Jared Goff right now. Jerick not Aaron Rodgers looking like he is playing some damn good football. But he he is not Aaron Rodgers. I think today, and I think the easiest way, and this definitely has to be something that if you're Leslie Frazier. If you're Sean McDermott like how you're beating this offense is keep an eye. This is kind of crazy to say, but you have to keep Aaron Rodgers and the pocket. Did you watch? Did you watch any of the Redskins Packers game little bit that they were doing that? I watched probably a little bit more than you did. But like they were rushing the passer, and they were doing it. Well, the Redskins Redskins defensive line is sick. Yeah. They're very good. They were doing a really good job at it. And Rogers, you could just tell he was not the same because when he was under duress. He was not really able to scramble out of the pocket with affective nece. And what is that offense? They are not the Rams they are not scheme gonna get guys open. Their offense is Rogers is gonna throw guys open or he's going to extend the play with his legs. And he's going to make magic happen from there. Even where his injuries right now too. An MC L strain in his left leg and a hamstring injury. Right. Like the design of that offense. Sometimes it takes longer to get open. Just because. When he's banged up in when you're getting pressure on on him. If you combine those two things you're eliminating the bad part of the offense. You're eliminating a Davante Adams aiming able to come back from his route and get open from there. You're you're getting rid of a part of their offense and a large part of their offense. If you can look like you did last week against Minnesota with Rogers on a gimpy leg, I think you can hold them to twenty points and can the bills get that much offense. I think they could I think you go back to two thousand sixteen the two thousand sixteen season, right? Where maybe the Packers had the mo- most struggles on the side of the ball. They just they struggled on the offense decided ball. No Jordy Nelson. He what is out with the knee injury that season and Davante Adams wasn't there yet? And all they had was Cobb. I I mean, I can't even remember Donald driver. No, no, no. But they they had cheese. I I'm just trying to think of some receivers on that team. They were depleted at the wide receiver position. And they couldn't get off of basically against the Steelers. I remember that game against the Steelers or the Steelers. Dan, man coverage right is the game started. And I remember the announcer saying wait while the Pittsburgh's running man coverage across the board. And it was literally the template for the rest of the season. Because none of those guys kick off the ball in an timing and rhythm based quick passing offense that they were trying to run with those receivers guys couldn't get off the line of scrimmage, so JT, Jeff Jess, Jeff, Janice. Right. So this offense in one of my other keys that that we're going to dive into a little bit more. Next segment is to not let this football team figure out the running back position to find their feature back. They haven't quite yet found his Aaron green. Is it going to be Jones? I'm sorry. I keep calling him Aaron green Aaron Jones Jamal Williams. And I think really time Montgomery's not really a part of this discussion. He's just he has his role. I don't think he's going to be there feature back at any point. So it's really between Jamal Williams who I think they wanted to is the most complete back. Jones is definitely their most dynamic. He's their most dynamic Rogers talk about on this week. He did Aaron Jones wants him on the field for a reason. Because he's I think he thinks I can get the most out of air Jones get to him in the open field. And he actually take it to the house. We're Jamal Williams yelich. He's good impasse project. He's your most complete back. But he's kind of just a guy like, you know, what he is. Whereas Jones, I think I you don't want Aaron Jones to go off Jamal Williams has a great day. What does that twenty carries for eighty five? Right. He's not gonna go for two hundred. And I'm not saying you're Jones is gonna either. But if the Packers were to run out to a lead early in this game. I think the last thing you want is Aaron Jones really finding his game and the coaching staff going. Oh, yeah. This is actually their most are most dynamic running back. Let's keep running the ball with him. You got to keep the game. You gotta keep the game close. And because I don't know I think they're running attacks actually been a low key decent so far this season because Rogers and had they were in that game because they were running pretty good. But they just I guess my point for today is is push off the decision or the ability to find their who's going to be the guy there for another week or two if they figure out well Aaron Jones is really good. Look he goes for one hundred yards in two touchdowns. And he becomes the feature back. I don't want that that can't happen against this bills defense like they need to make the team though, where the guy goes on. I I it almost sounds crazy talking about this that you need to make Aaron Aaron Rodgers beat you, but you do based on his injuries right now. And some of the weapons around him. Do what you did last week make them one dimensional make get out to a lead and make them throw the football the entire game. And yeah, it's going to be a little more dangerous doing it against Rogers versus Kirk cousins. That's your that's the bills recipe for success right now. It's getting out to a lead early in not making. Josh throw the ball fifty times a game. That's Jones was the other receiver. You wanted for back. Then John's big. In for for Justin Thomas, their big chicken need, they need like ten more of those two really brighter. Ryder Cup action going on as well Joe. And I are previewing bills and Packers that was on the road. We'll have sale capacity. You're joining us at some point here in the morning,.
"aaron green" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Joe man. Says hey is, mistaken about you Darvish Joe vanished becoming a clubhouse. Distraction as easily seemed like is a distraction everywhere he goes making. A big, deal out of, fence, up in Evanston you? Forget You got to be looking through the. Fence brochure what the guy at the kitchen table and you're going. To get I'll be sent back to Back. To Los Angeles get. Back get out of here Very, entertaining whether you're blind stuffy Joe says, everybody supports, you who's you Don Last year, they wouldn't support, because he sucks Got to say that I got here you can't come into disco and dance with us in our. Shower sandals, and towels go away John Lester advises all ballplayers described, their Twitter accounts, for a fence of youthful tweets right because a couple of guys in the all. Star game Busted racist anti gay tweezers be it's okay to be racist, homophobic? Just make sure you don't it's not on your Twitter Yeah Hacked their burgeoning racist urban age, today Van Gogh for, say As, soon as you saw I saw some salvation What I could, go for right now Is it old fashioned Bears, linebacker Danny trevathan, disgust his hamstring injury right before, I got to count Someday to happen you know we gotta take care. Of right where, I need to be working my way back in Right right where you need to. Be injured. And up playing football. Says Dale situation genius dot played football row quad, spiff is the last odd. Side first round pick the NFL bands staff is part because the bears what, a void some of its guaranteed buddy if Smith is generated for Betty gave this season under a new helmet. Rule they're, holding strong gotta love that mccaskey family that really know how to put it to you Come up with a new way to stick it to you they do No Jay Cutler. And Kristen Jay Cutler and Kristen Cavalieri disgust farm animal care. Or, last is. Very Cavalieri I mean, do you know how to take care of chickens Why. I don't know, the, first. Thing about, taking care of chicken so this datum water water I think in my kids yet I'll tell you what, what? Do you hear that guy after really questioned the people who. Said he was a leader Don't get me wrong I love watching that show but the guys mopey Dobie slow thinking tools Loves chicken so Water a. Chicken Betas accessible Those babies down after a long day of the coup Actually appear agrees to buy tractor I saw that he's looking at John Deere. Beauty Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Green Bay Packers, what is it green, acres Creed Bay, Packers shot I. Did both the Gabor sisters Joshua When they were in their seventies Yeah Not counting. Me there was a hundred and forty years of experience invalids with that. Boy It is some heavy lifting not a big deal Factor's quarters of anesthesia, has a to cruelty Favorites tell the difference Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, hasn't had a bilk shake. It, over. Three years okay Chabahar account of anti of. Barricade Jim Harbaugh prefers that, Michigan football players avoid, eating chicken especially Jay Cutler chickens Does? It properly fed I'll betcha hours because he considers it, a nervous bird right What Birds Moron Transfer Moron he does what that trait to transfer through the. Phone. Sure that makes. Sense That's like sometimes you know a lot of the enough, chocolate you turn Browde that's what I've always heard trying to live by that rule one of the. Two. Or three days The Browns Cleveland Browns WalMart. By yourself some. More khakis loser I heard the voice talking about how the. Other day urges a couple of segments H that's not appealing Donald For, sure doesn't wanna want him have fish top Cleveland Browns veteran backup to be drew Stanton forced rookie quarterback. Baker Mayfield to read did RV for, trading gap so the. Quarterbacks get all chill inside. Not even hard knocks cameras are allowed Cocky and everything from one and that one game, last year that's. Right the bucket head cubs fan says the plastic double bubble bug and he was. Wearing, when a at tile hit we share it was a big giant. Piece of metal whatever it was it, might have saved his, life might have It's way to beg for free.
"aaron green" Discussed on Affording College with Aaron Greene
"Welcome to affording college with aaron green founder and president of college liftoff thanks to thirty okay so real quick before we get started today i just wanted a little nasal i'm gonna sound a little offbeat and just getting over a cold all thanks to this wonderful april spring weather we have here in columbus ohio where it's still snowing somehow past mid april but actually that's going to lead into an interesting topic for today we're just talking about the summer and what to do with the summer so the question becomes ken my teen and i'd take the summer off from thinking about college and this is a question that's that's gonna creep up because the summers creeping up and how best utilize it it's been a busy year when you're looking forward to relaxing summer off no doubt about it and i'm sure your teen is too and that's fine that's great and we hope you do have a relaxing summer the here's a tip to taking a break from thinking about college isn't really going to help you relax in fact in may cause a little bit more stressing fusion as the summer goes on and especially in the next school year particularly if you're a junior going through senior even if your sophomore going into junior you still want to be able to utilize this summer the best way you can see your team has three months of school three months of extracurriculars in most cases they really have the time to do some real soul searching and really start thinking about career paths and how to really work in that i'm sure you guys have plenty of teams that are sitting on the couch in the summers watching tv all day about the third weekend you're probably tired of looking at them and then after a month you're really starting to get ticked off so how queer really put them into good use of this time.
"aaron green" Discussed on Affording College with Aaron Greene
"Uhhuh welcome to affording college with aaron green founder and president of college liftoff so thanks third game okay so today we're going to talk a little bit more about degree sets and majors and careers and how the kind of correlate and how we really go about this career development process with our i school kids and again this is just a little bit of insight into thinking my kid interests in this or that and again i think i've said this before but most students walk in our door in no doctor teacher nurse my parents do x and that's really the extent of the world that they know but today we're going to break down another set of degrees that look pretty similar and and how to actually think about them in context industry so the degree sets are going to be opperations operations management as well logistics supply chain management and from the engineering side industrial systems engineering so first of all those are actually from two different categories one is from the tech category one is from the business category but they converge like a lot of degrees do and they actually talk about things from the actually deal with things the same things but from two different perspectives so let's start with the business side the operations logistics supply chain management so with those degrees those are part of that whole operations bubble where you're actually working on a business so think of the operations management side of things is like somebody in your world wherever you are you do for a living that's actually doing the actual work of the business or managing it so the other bubbles that exist in the business world are like the hr bubble which actually has more to do with education so if you ever really have an hr management background or you're trying to create an hr management degree for school that doesn't have that's specific specialty which do you take a businessman stray degree and you take a minor in education that's how you actually get our management.
"aaron green" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A risk score of five hundred what are the things that go into that while some of the things that go onto the risk model as police associated with the arrest history and also whether or not they been a victim or they'd been an offender of a violent crime how many ghanem fences they've been involved in those are all factors that going until it there is fight a police officer a nuys on laval session handgun and then here at the end first degree murder and he's the murder victim and john one at twenty two years old this is what commander johnson does with the data the heart of the chicago violence reduction strategy is to personally visit those that the police believer at high risk of being a shooter or a victim the visit is based on the computer score and other factors including recent shootings among friends and enemies or taunting in social media which is a big driver of violence these days before right clough longo's act upon but we're denouncing first 21yearold aaron green got a blunt letter from the superintendent of police which reads in part if you engage in gun violence rest assured you will be subject to arrest and prosecution to the fullest extent of the law but then neighbors and social workers step in to offer a way out of gang violence and the messages listen we love you we value and we need you we love we love you absolutely we love you we value and we need you but here's the catch we need you and your rightful place we want to restore each year rightful place in our community when they came to your home or do you think it was the first thing you thought you saw that police out there uh man are our ideas mills although they came back from saw my beer way back in a day by all data fire begun what did they say to you that they had a man with them and want to talk to me about this program you know they have to give my lives together the man who came to talk to earn his smith and was charles perry so what i tell them as i used to be you what did you.
"aaron green" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Children and says somewhere between twenty two thousand and thirty five thousand gem state children also rely on chip and she says healthcare as longlasting and really positive impact such children why we mara what will cope harper huh care or more equitable while are more likely to attend school regularly they're more likely to do well in school the more likely to graduate from school then more likely to go onto college and they are more likely to be off public assistance and adult and be productive in the workforce she tells the public new service programs uncertain future is making idaho families anxious also put state lawmakers in an awkward position as they headed this use legislative session the idaho tax cuba should says we enjoy the third lowest tax burden in the nation forbes magazine on the other hand says we're number 25 inin you economists dr peter crab says it's all in how the numbers are counted idaho took total tax revenue in divided by the number of workers than compare that to the other states and the district of columbia we end up down if you would really low burton mainly because or a low income state and in fact the writer of the tax commission report says per capita income in idaho's twenty percent lower than the us average meanwhile forbes took the income property and sales tax percentages from each state and apply that to a fifty thousand dollar income crap says that has the effect of comparing peopletopeople not states to states the result all the state's tax burden may be low individual idahoans pay a lot more in taxes than their counterparts in 25 other states jay will six seventy kboi number one new year's resolution really hasn't changed much over the years started the new year millions of americans say let's lose weight get back in shape aaron green is a registered dietician here in boise and says resolutions are well and good but we often get lost making some complicated plan in his people spend too much time thinking and planning for it than actually doing it so if you're not sure exactly what moved to make get out the door and go for a walk or at an extra vegetable to your day or drink a little less soda i mean anything that would make your day a little.
"aaron green" Discussed on Around the NFL
"They are we're gonna jordy nelson that quite them obviously it's out five or six rounds not quite that guy either but it doesn't matter i mean davante adams is you could say a top ten top twenty receiver and all these guy reggie car rental comes a nice useful slide guy and could be good it with a really good quarterback who seems to vanish our games at a time reloads wasted mortels better he's been even before aaron rodgers got hurt he was not a factor i just think that the the packers are done their cooked on well least for later but matthew stafford in the lions would have been very difficult to be in this game regardless because of the way their offense was plane and at that one pint right that doesn't have anything of the first time since 1971 the lines none of a punt in a game that these stafford is so good when he's on i mean he is asked how if it's just a contest of which quarterbacks if they're protected well can make the prettiest in biggest variety of throw stafford is right there i think with aaron rogers as the best quarterback talk in a legal battle i mean he could stick in the turkey hall that's for sure come belgrade family podcast please no but he can he throws it between the quartering the safety john bruins obsessive it during the game he brought it up a bunch of times turkey whole this turkey whole that we have it actually call that the turkey hole on asked me why michelle you want to turkey olas it's the turkey whole its area when a corner rolls up there is a whole between the safety and a corner it's not an easy throw you got to be able to write bullet in there sean and i had a quarterback aaron green bay was able to do that at a high level.