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"By noon tomorrow. Does it look dry for the rest of the weekend? Well, that's coming up mornings on Main Street with Bill Main At last report in the 82 year Old Hall County Man remained hospitalized in critical condition after he reportedly shot his daughter and then turned a shotgun on himself during an argument. Whole county Sheriff's Office says Horace Owens and his 62 year old daughter became involved in argument at a residence on old Pleasant Hill Road in the Oakland area. Deputies arrived at the home around 4 30 Tuesday afternoon and found both suffering from their wounds. The daughter is hospitalized is well. She is in stable condition at northeast Georgia Medical Center. Ah suspect getting more than he bargained for from his intended victims during a crime spree in the Beaufort area Monday morning. WD. He wins Austin Eller With that story, Dickerson was arrested by Quintet County police officers after he ran from a house on what Tree Lane. They say he had thrown a brick through a window to get into the house, but he fled when the homeowner confronted him with a gun, Police Corporal Colin Flynn says Prior to the home break in, Dickerson had attempted to carjack two vehicles in the area. In one instance, the driver sped away and in the other, the driver refused to get out of her car. Flynn says they're trying to determine the motive behind Dickerson's crime spree. Early yesterday morning, motorist on Brown's Bridge Road in the north for Seif area noticed smoke billowing from a nearby business and called 911. When fire crews got to the site, they found Rakestraw sanitation completely engulfed in flames. Division chief Jason Shiver says the building was a total loss structure it all in soon after arrival, it actually collapsed in on itself. There were a few small explosions that company the fire, but that was simply attributed to some of the products that restored inside the building. The building had been used for maintaining the company's trucks as well as housing supplies and records. There's no word yet on how the fire started. WD when news time just after 804 Governor Brian Kim, giving an update on vaccine distribution yesterday, providers across the state have administered one million coded 19 doses in the state of Georgia. Additionally, we believe that tonight will also have crossed over the 500,000.
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"Update on vaccine distribution are providers across the state have administered one million Cove in 19 doses in the state of Georgia. Additionally, we believe that tonight will also have crossed over the 500,000 seniors who will have received their first shot the governor making his comments yesterday, it Jim our Miller parking. Cobb County, the site of a drive thru vaccine clinic. Now, the governor says demand continues to outpace supplies, He says a boost of vaccine doses from the federal government starting next week is welcome, but it won't make much of an impact. Now you might be tempted to post pictures of your vaccine card on social media when she received a dose. But the better Business bureau and Georgia says that's really not a good idea because it contains your name and your birth state, and that information alone can lead to identity theft. Congress extending unemployment benefits for 11 weeks starting last month that many Georgians are still waiting for money does show up in their accounts happening in phases. We obviously can't implement everything at one time push a cart right with the Department of Labor, says the agency's website spells it out. Phase one includes anyone who did not exhaust their benefits before the end of last year. Payments continued under the new program. Now the state is in Phase two. It includes people who ran out of benefits but followed the state's advice and kept filing claims. So if they exhausted on 12 26 or before this week, we began to pay those claim. That's as well After that most eligible Georgians will have begun receiving payments under the continued assistance Act. But if your benefits expired and you stopped filing claims, you'll likely have to fill out a so called skinny application to verify your still eligible that will come out later this month. Matt McClure GNN NEWS WD When used time. 6 34 and 82 year Old Hall County Man is hospitalized in critical condition after he reportedly shot his daughter with a shotgun and then turned the weapon on himself during an argument. Hall County Sheriff's Office says Horace a wins and his 62 year old daughter became involved in an argument at a residence on old Pleasant Hill Road in the Oakwood area. Deputies arrived at the home around 4 30 Tuesday afternoon and found both of them suffering from their wounds. The daughter remains hospitalized is well, she's in stable condition. A suspect got more than he bargained for, from his intended victims during a crime spree in the Buford area Monday. WD wins AUSTIN Eller With that story on, Dickerson was arrested by Quinn and County police officers after he ran from a house on what tree Lane. They say he had thrown a brick through a window to get into the house, but he fled when the homeowner confronted him with a gun. Least, Corporal Colin Flynn says Prior to the home break in, Dickerson had attempted to carjack two vehicles in the area. In one instance, the driver sped away and in the other, the driver refused to get out of her car. Flynn says they're trying to determine the motive behind Dickerson's crime spree and an elderly West Georgia woman scammed out of tens of thousands of dollars after she was told she'd won the lottery and a car. The 79 year old woman from Talbot County apparently sent more than 60 grand to a man for processing fees. The good news is he's been arrested. There's more news that access WD you went. Oh, my goodness. It's the weird crime day. My goodness, 66. Yeah, you know, be careful folks. And I know people. Oh, how could that happen, Though? I don't understand that I unfortunately have known somebody who's been scammed out of by an older person who just felt like you know, people she befriended somebody online and She was scammed out of a good bit of money and miso are genuine, and then it just turned right. So anyhow, that's bad and then this is not funny, but it's kind of interesting that whole situation that happened in Buford on Monday. It's a guy who was arrested. I mean, he tried his best to commit a crime. Yeah, um Tried to carjack that first vehicle. The guy just drove off the second one, The woman said. He jumped in the car with her, and she said, No, no, I'm not getting out. So we got out the car went down The street threw a brick through a brick through a window got in the house. And then there's the homeowner with a weapon. So I mean, he just I hope he gives up after this, like my mom always used to say some days. You're better off just to stay in bed. There are just it's just not meant for him to be a criminal. So he tried. And now hopefully he'll do what needs to be done. And then he'll just give that up. Kinda hard to give up. What? You were never successful at that. Anyway, Let's don't do that anymore, sir. But yeah, we were Reading the whole press release from the police department from Gwinnett County yesterday, thinking this guy can almost feel sorry for it. Well, in a way, I kind of handed to those folks, I guess especially but then you don't have the gumption to say no, I'm not. You never know. I don't. It doesn't say he was armed. But no, I'm not. No get out of my car, and now he hasn't do that or not, but she did. He has no job, no clue and now no self confidence. That's just the way it goes all in a day's lack of work, I guess. No, but I'm just a second forecast for the day. It looks like we're starting off. Cool, but well, mild up a little bit for later on today with some rain, possibly by tonight that on the way along with Look at your road straight ahead as we continue with mornings on Main Street 6 37 Wdun When you hear sells ads claiming 60 or.
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"Brown. President Trump's Twitter account. His direct line to more than 80 Million followers is gnome or, as NPR's Bobby Allyn tells us the decision to ban the president is permanent. The account at Real Donald Trump is gone. Twitter says it has permanently deleted the president's account in order to avoid further violence since a mob of pro Trump rioters stormed the capital earlier this week. Trump regularly blasted tweets that is 88 million followers to attack critics settle scores and spread misinformation. But now in the waning days of his presidency, Twitter says Trump's account is to potentially dangerous to keep active. The company said. Even world leaders are subject to its rules against inciting violence. MPR's Bobby Allyn. Once he takes office, President elect Biden plans to release most of the available doses of covert 19 vaccines. NPR's Allison Aubrey says that's a departure from the Trump Administration policy. Since the vaccines with emergency use authorization required two doses supply has been held back for a second shot. But the thinking among the Biden team is that releasing more doses will speed up the vaccination program and save lives at a time when more contagious variants have been identified. Dr Anthony Fauci explains the plan this way. They're not talking about withholding and not giving the second dose. They are completely committed to giving the second dose. On time. Advisers to Biden say they're confident that manufacturers can ramp up supply in time. Allison Aubrey NPR News, one of baseball's all time great managers, has died, The Los Angeles Dodgers say Tommy Lasorda Died from a heart attack last night. The 93 year Old Hall of Famer had a history of heart problems. Lasorda lead the Dodgers to two World Series titles and served as a long time baseball ambassador. Survived by his wife, Joe. They were together for 70 years. This is NPR. And on this Friday, January 8th This is KCRW on Leary Perella. Here is what's happening at 6 32. With hospitals being stretched to the breaking point L a County health officials have so far refrained from declaring a shift to what's called Christ scare. It would mean rationing treatment to focus on patients with the best chance of survival. KCRW's Gerald SATs been has more on what that would look like at least four public hospitals should the time come Shift. The crisis care would mean that a team of specialized doctors would be responsible for deciding who gets treated and who was allowed to die. In a letter sent to staff at L. A county's for public hospitals, health services director Kristina Galley said, quote There will likely come a point when we simply don't have sufficient staffing or critical supplies to care for all of our patients the way we normally would. That's according to the L A Times, which reviewed the letter. Ali says that about 30 doctors mostly critical care and ER, physicians have been put on standby to serve as triage officers..
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"Votes. 20 something check when it counted as death threats and a noose. Without saying it should be hung for treason because he was transferring a report on batches from E. M s toe account a computer so he could read it. Sterling, who is a Republican, calling on the president to step up and call off supporters who are threatening elections workers. Recount, of course, expected to or have to be finished by tonight. Former Atlanta City Council member Kwanza Hall wins that runoff election to briefly filled the seat in Congress of the late civil rights leader John Lewis, the 49 year old Hall, defeating former Morehouse College President Robert Franklin and yesterday Special Election Hall will serve in Congress until January. 3rd Now he won't be Lewises long term replacement state Senator 90 Mo Williams, easily beating a Republican opponent in November for a full two year term in Congress for Georgia's fifth district. Wdun news time. 7 33 181 Patients are now hospitalized for covert 19 at northeast Georgia health system facilities and that is the highest number ever. The last high number. The record high number was back on August the 10th the number was 179. At that point, the hospital beds are at a premium right now across and she hs facilities. The day, Whole county students left school for Thanksgiving break. There were 39 confirmed coronavirus absences in the school district yesterday, two days after school resumed, there were 70 Superintendent Will Scofield says he's not surprised by the increased, but it's not good news challenge, of course, will be that now. Some of those individuals have been in our schools. And we'll have to do a significant amount of contact tracing and quarantining. Scofield says A major concern is staffing because the numbers include both students and teachers. The CDC in Atlanta has decided who will be among the first to get Corona virus vaccine when it becomes available in Georgia this month. CNN's Rob Stadler says here no surprises healthcare heroes fighting coronavirus and people in long term care facility should be the first in line for the Corona virus vaccine. That's the recommendation by a CDC panel because initially there's not enough to go around. The two groups make up 24 million people, too, Cos they're asking for him. Since the authorization for their vaccines, and the FDA isn't wasting time. It's due to take up the approval of Pfizer's vaccine requests within a week and a half. The second vaccine by Madonna will be decided in a meeting a week later Governor campus hoping the first shots can be given in Georgia no later than the third week of this month. Both vaccines are too does shots and the university system of Georgia facing a lawsuit over partial tuition cost, and yes, you can blame that on the pan. Hammock. A clash class action suit filed this week claims student should receive partial reimbursement since in person instruction was shut down during the pandemic, Students were supposed to receive refunds for housing and dining plan cost. There's more news it access wt you win. Thank you. Much. BJ forecast for the day stays on the chill side for the morning hours, but it gets a little milder as we get into the afternoon. Fortunately that wind is going to back off from where it was yesterday, and things will feel a little bit better As we work into the afternoon. We'll get to that. We'll take a look at what's going on with roads. We picked up our first accident in the morning. We'll check that out with Caleb see where it is and how you get around it. And look at business news as well. This update is brought to you in part by condition their systems. Wdun time. 7 36 with morning song Main Street as.
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"Has to stop. We need you to step up. If you could take a position of leadership show, some Sterling says. It's clear the president will not win Georgia and has no pathway to victory. He does say it is the president's right to play things through the cords without raising unjust emotions. Former Atlanta City Council member Kwanza Hall wins a runoff election to briefly fill the seat in Congress of the late civil rights icon John Lewis, the 49 year old Hall, defeating former Morehouse College President Robert Franklin in yesterday's special election. He will serve in Congress until January. 3rd Hall won't be Louis, his long term replacement, state Senator Nike Mo Williams. Beat Republican candidate November for a full two year term. Ah, former Elbert County sheriff's deputy facing a number of charges in connection with an officer involved shooting back in September. W. D. Yu wins AUSTIN Eller With that story. Wanting to a press release from the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Mac J. Cunningham called 911 and threatened to harm himself on September 30th when Albert County deputies arrived at his location on Rocco Bath Road and Bowman. They found him sitting in a pickup truck with a handgun Deputy Jonathan Ale wine trying to break the side window of the vehicle to help Cunningham when Deputy Jennifer Boggs fired her handgun multiple times. One of the bullets struck Deputy Ale, wine and the hand. Boggs is charged with two counts of aggravated assault and one count of reckless conduct. Cunningham by the way, was not injured. And a 16 year old Claremont Boy remains missing authorities now asking for the public to be on the.
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"3123323776 In the middle of watching a not so I guess the game was pretty good. Yeah, I'm not gonna lie to you. I bailed. So you didn't see the end of the game with the with the clock management And how Bella check wouldn't use a time out. But then he ended up doing it right. And they want. Yeah, I'm not gonna lie. I bailed. I had it on one of TV's, but I was locked into Dexter season one. Okay. My wife and I have turned Tio power watching Dexter. Yeah. I mean, it's older. I think its season one was back in like 2013. So but, yeah, so I was more entertained by Dexter than I was the Jets and And Patriots game. Yeah, it turned out to be a good finish. May be a bad sport. No, it was. I had it on in the background the whole night And the point is, is like I was just going through Twitter. It was on in the background for me. And then the Tony LaRussa story came out where Jeff Passan head and I want to read. You hear what they're reporting on ESPN and passing is going to give us the latest. From the arrest report coming up to 30. This's from ESPN dot com. White Sox manager Tony LaRussa was charged with driving under the influence after he allegedly ran his car into the curb in February. Leaving it smoking on the side of the Phoenix area Road, according to court records obtained by ESPN. It's a second known drunken driving arrest for LaRussa, who in 2007 pled guilty to misdemeanor d U I in Jupiter, Florida. 76 year Old Hall of Famer Long regarded as one of the canniest managers in baseball. LaRussa was hired to lead the white sacks last week after a nine year absence from the dugout, shocking observers throughout the game when reached by ESPN on Monday night, LaRussa said, quote I have nothing to say. And he hung up on the phone. White Sox spokesman said the organization was aware of the incident quote because this is an active case, he said. We cannot come and further at this time. So this happened on February 24th at 11 40. Why did it take so long for it to be? I mean, was there So there was some delays because of covert and other issues like I did the court say that they're in. The sheriff's department has said that there are delays and actual in the courts and actual charging because of Covitz and shutdowns and that kind of stuff it was it was sent to the wrong jurisdiction is well, according Yes, but we've been told that the White Sox were aware of this prize and the charge the actual they charged him with this then. Like what was it the day before the press conference or the day before he was hired. So this happened in February and again he wasn't the case was filed on October 28. So information from the Maricopa County Justice Courts show. The case was filed on October 28th one day before LaRussa was officially hired by the white socks. So this was all known before they made the decision to make the higher which would then lead you to believe that There will be no change of heart, right? Right. And that's what Buster was saying today. Also on Keyshawn J. Well and Zubin and I'm sure Jeff Jeff Passan will join us here in about 10 minutes. We'll have all of that information is well, yes, yes, And look, this has been a very surprising story, and then you get this layer to come through us, and it's been it's been an emotional ride for White Sox fans. Your baseball team has been fantastic. Wasn't Robert, the second leading vote getter in in rookie of the year, and I write about that. There's a really good chance that a break you will be the American League MVP. Isn't that named? Is it today or tomorrow? Right? And what if there were three silver sluggers? And one Gold Glove winner. Yeah. And I mean, Ricky's gone Now that Ricky was a finalist for manager. I mean It's been a reconnoiter that baseball team they have a lot to be proud of right now. Yes, yes, But like you said, for Sox fans to since probably what like two or three weeks left in the season. It has been very turbulent. As much as you love your team like the way that they towards the end of the year, you thought they were gonna win that division. You thought they were gonna have a really high seed and then they didn't. And then there were managerial issues with Bringing back Roden and the way Ricky did that. And then the last game of the Oakland Siri's was something that made you want to, you know, puke in with all the pitching changes, and then And then and then the managerial thing where you thought they were going to go and interview agents. They never interviewed a J. The Jerry wanted. The reports are that this was a jerry higher and Jerry wanted Tony LaRussa and I would assume they still want Tony LaRussa. He still wants Tony LaRussa. And he is going to remain the manager and in passing will give us the latest. But like we said, 45 weeks of really turbulent drama stuff, no doubt, no doubt. So then the bear's air off here for a couple days. They don't play till next Monday night. And they take on the Vikings, and I want to get into a couple of topics to about regarding that, Maggie because of You know the thing that I can't let go off. Is how we got here. Like as we take calls week in and week out about whether or not this guy should be fired, or this guy should stop play calling or who the quarterback should be. Or the Linus so bad, But you know how he got here. Because we've watched this now for an extended period of time. This is not a surprise. We got here because the general manager Initially and then with the help of the new coach. They're not very good, evaluating and picking offensive talent. And the coach hasn't done a good job. Getting the most out of his players in whatever system he is. He's trying to run. But the point is like an 18 at least midway through 18 when everything was new, when everything was fresh when you didn't expect the bears to be a 12 and four team And they were doing the club job. And that was new and everything. Wass cool, fun, fresh, innovative one. Then what do they say in the NFL? At some point, they catch up to what you're doing, and they make adjustments, and now it's up to you to adjust to their adjustments. If you make them you will succeed. If you don't make adjustments to their adjustments, you will fail. So it's a simple is that that's why we're here. Why? Why, like I just Like I was so blown away with how much I love this team like I always love the bears. And there's a fan topic that we have for later about whether or not he divorces team because someone tweeted us and someone wants to call about that. I always loved the Bears. But there are some editions of the Bears or your favorite team that you love more than other Was it in the 18 team was one of those teams that you could not get enough. Well least for my sake. I had to love the defense because it was almost historically good. What was it 36 takeaways? Yes, Atanas sacks. They had six touchdowns that gave the offenses short field. And I know you You like loud noises and bright lights, and that would do little cute plays. And then afterwards, boom, and they just celebrating and you thought Club dub was the greatest thing in the face of the planet. But in the meantime, maybe you took your eye off the ball and saw about week 11. Maybe Obama. It's about them, and I didn't do anything wrong. Said that you loved this team. And you're wondering when what what happened? I'm just saying you were You were blinded and make dizzy by some of the stuff. Then maybe it took you a little bit of time to kind of see where the deficiencies do, like cool stuff When teams win You like celebrations. Yes, like when the Cubs introduced the party room the after game..
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"Sell alcohol to 11 P held Bars and restaurants out of bed grocery stores and liquor store's still no stop serving liquor at 9 P.m.. The state of Illinois reported a new surgeon covert 19 cases yesterday, more than 6300 new cases were confirmed. That's the most cases in a single day. During the pandemic. 56 more people have died. Bringing in the state number. Now to 9675 positivity rate has ticked up again. Statewide. It is it's 6.9%. That's the highest point. Yes, since June. Illinois High School Association says it will move forward with fall basketball despite what the governor says Governor Pritzker announced yesterday that high school basketball won't be allowed to happen until next spring. But now I says the season will start on time, It's executive director says. Moving to the spring would cause a conflict for a lot of multi sport athletes so basketball practices will begin on November. 16th and games can start as early as November. 30th prisoner says the finals to this issue no will rest in the hands of individual school District state why I think it's going to be incumbent upon the schools to make decisions. For themselves. That's what we've left schools to do to make decisions about how to keep the Children the kids who go to school. They're the people who work there say, Pritzker says. While sports is important, the bigger goal is getting 1.8 million Children back into the classroom safely with their teachers. And doing it while lowering the health risk for everybody involved it back in Chicago Mayor Lightfoot and City departments are launching a 10 Day preparedness in safety plan not only for Halloween but for the upcoming election. W jeans. David Jennings says that the mayor's office has only M C will activate its emergency operations centre. The game trying of activity. Crowds coordinate request for re sources. And responses to individual problems with city departments, agencies, the Board of Elections, State and federal partners, O E. M C in the past couple of weeks of run preparedness workshops so they could be ready for any kind of hazards. CBD will also immediately raised patrols above regular deployments. David Jennings, W G. A new federal authorities are offering a $25,000 reward as they search for the person who robbed a Chicago postal worker. They released a surveillance image of the bicycle riding suspect. Robert confronted the mail carrier with a knife two weeks ago in the South Shore neighborhood mail carrier was not hurt. And now with WG and sports Here's David Good morning What started sounding like a crazy idea? A misdirection play or a trial balloon came to fruition Thursday, when the White Sox hired Tony LaRussa to be their new manager. The 76 year Old Hall of Famer has managed three franchises. And one world Siri's with two of them that third franchise, the socks where he began it all and where he's got a chance to win another one, LaRussa says. He missed the dugout and he's fired up to get started. It appears he'll be managing against a J. Hench on a regular basis that opposed World Series winning manager of the Astros, reportedly close to becoming the manager of the Tigers. It's news that sent shockwaves through college football climbs in quarterback Trevor Laurence, the best player on the nation's number one team has tested positive for covert 19. Lawrence will miss Tomorrow's game with Boston College. His status for next week is uncertain. That's when Clemson plays Notre Dame. Northwestern tries to go to a No tomorrow when the Wildcats visit Iowa. Two o'clock pregame here on W G. N Illinois plays at home against produce Sunday. It's the Bears and states. Dan Hampton previews the game at 7 39. Last night. Atlanta Carolina 25 17. David it w G N sport Now the forecast from the W G in Chicago Weather Center here's meteorologist Morgan Mayer. Good morning, twenties and thirties this morning and Windchills mostly into the twenties, here early this morning as well. Winds are coming in northwesterly on there'll be a bit more off the lake care those we get into your daytime hours today, some clouds this morning. More sun as we get into the afternoon hours are expecting a few lake effect. Rain showers to move into northwest Indiana in southwest Michigan, through the morning and early day. The rest of us all of us here in Illinois, looking Dr Low to mid forties for high temperatures tonight will be near freezing in Chicago mostly clear. We're sunny and breezy Tomorrow with middle fifties for Halloween from the WG and Weather Center. I'm working Coke right now in Chicago with partly cloudy skies. It's 32 degrees at O'Hare. It's 35 at the lakefront this hour and in Gary this morning is 36. Your money on W T on the trading week is winding down after Wall Street's awesome gains yesterday, some of the biggest winners included tech names like Apple, Netflix and Twitter. One of the losers was eBay. Despite a beat on revenue at the closing bell. Yesterday, the Dow Jones gained nearly 139 points the S and P was up 39 the S and not make that the NASDAQ of nearly 180.
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"By Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red at 10 15 be taken out to Rob would for Good morning, Rob. Good morning, maybe into lane about two hours from kickoff in Louisiana. Christopher and it is theme midshipman looking to rebound from a blowout home loss to BYU. Today's noon contest, the conference opener for both teams. And Navy actually won this match up in Annapolis last year by only three points in golf. Patrick Reed leads a challenging US Open by one stroke at only four under after two rounds. Tiger Woods plus 10 At the U. S. Open. He missed the cut of Adam Major for the eighth time in his last 15 such tournaments, Wass frustrating I'm not going to her for the weekend and Be able to compete for this great championship feels like the way the golf course is changing. It's turning in that anybody who makes the cut has opportunity Teo to win this championship and didn't give myself the opportunity. Nationals haven't been giving themselves opportunity. Tio return to the postseason. This year, they took a 14 to 3 beating from the Marlins in the nightcap of a doubleheader. They started with a 5/5 Nothing victory Yesterday, the Orioles 21 losers to the Rays. That is their third straight loss to Tampa Bay. LeBron James displeased with being runner up in the MVP vote, But he's pretty happy. His Lakers finally won a series opener, beating the Denver Nuggets in Game one of the N B a Western Conference finals last night. Neon Deion Sanders vowed he'd become a college football coach, and it looks like he's actually going to do. It's the 53 year Old Hall of Famers reportedly set to be named head coach at Jackson State, his first coaching job at the collegiate level. Sanders has been the offensive coordinator for his son should Doors high school team and could be able to get his son to follow him to Js youin the fall. Rob would fork W GOP sports from Thank you Coming up after the Vader Ginsburg leads to an outpouring at the U. S. Supreme Court on Capitol Hill, I Mitchell Miller, 10 17 Win $50,000 cash at Hollywood Casino at Charlestown races. Pick your big six numbers that any promotional kiosk and each Friday in September 6 numbers will be drawn at random match six numbers and you could win the grand Prize $50,000 cash. Plus become a my choice member and instantly get $20 free.
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"Aw. Thousands of the president's supporters got together waving flags and dancing and smiling. You can tell they're smiling. Because no one is wearing a mask halloween Sunni says that. It's impossible to even know Kobe nineteen real death toll when somebody has Kobe and everybody knows they have Kobe. They put on their death certificate atypical pneumonia. As of last week, the Ministry of Health set only fifty five people have died from corona virus, but an independent group of doctors and experts estimates the number of deaths is at least twenty five times higher Monday. His suicide guys by that is a pediatrician and epidemiologists in Managua. She says under counting the disease puts people at risk. If you don't know they behavior of the infection, then you cannot prevent the thirst for example or the people who has deceased that put them at risk to be infected. Weather says another basic challenge is that public hospitals have laid off dozens of doctors who have complained about mismanagement of the crisis or about unsafe work conditions. Earlier in the pandemic, for example, doctors in public hospitals where prohibited from wearing special protective equipment and data was in order to prevent people to be nervous or hysterical about the the pandemic. The logic behind was. Why are you using that protection each? There's no risk. Doctors are now allowed to wear protective gear if they pay for it themselves, but still let says she and others are concerned about the thousands who were dying from. From the coronavirus, but don't know it. So, what are we going to do when these endemic is over, and we will have to rebuild the country? Who's going to do it? An independent group of doctors and scientists projects the number of cases and he got will continue to climb meanwhile in her daily addresses vice president. Moody Dope has said infections are declining and that the country will hold mass celebrations for Independence Day next month. For the world I'm horrible. That's you. A federal judge this week ordered the US government to speed up the visa application process for people who've assisted the US military in Afghanistan and Iraq during the course of the wars there in Afghanistan, locals who help U. Forces often as interpreters, or as the enemy by the Taliban, and our targets for violence and thousands of them have been waiting for years to be able to move to safety in the US the world's Monica. Campbell has been following this Monica a ruling in a lawsuit pushes issue. Ford was the ruling. Well the ruling is based on a class action lawsuit. In essentially US officials are being ordered to speed up these visas, and the order is to give the government deadlines strict deadlines that they need to adhere to to make these applications go forward. Some of these applications have been languishing for years and years while the people waiting for them in Afghanistan and Iraq have faced imminent danger because of the work they've done for the US military and those people who are waiting for those visas described the situation that some Afghans for example who worked for the US military. Find themselves in. So one person. I talked to actually today in Kabul. His name is Mohammed. He started working for the US military years ago. He was an English teacher in Kabul speaks English. That was useful when the US military moved in Afghanistan, so he's been doing very high level sensitive work for the US military for years. US. Military's leaving. Afghanistan as we know, Mohamed is still there, and he is facing deadly threats from the Taliban because he has long been considered working for the enemy. He's hopeful that his US visa will perhaps come through as a result of this lawsuit for him and his family, but he's also quite angry that he's weeded years for this visa in all the Wigan for ages for edges for ages you know. That's A. Messed it up. So, we'll see what happens. I I. Really Don't know I really don't know what's been happening. How many Afghans Muhammed are still waiting for these visas more than ten thousand and there are people. For these visas continuously. You mentioned Hamas trying to get visas for himself, and his family is. His family resettled somewhere and trying to come to the states, or are they still in Afghanistan with them? They're still in Afghanistan, but they're not with him. He lives separately essentially lives where he works, and they live in another part of Afghanistan, and it's part that's heavily controlled by the Taliban he used to be. Be Able to make his way there undetected. He said to me that he hasn't done that for the past four months. Essentially since we've seen the US, we've been to a peacedale with the Taliban because he said that the area is just too hot with Taliban. He just can't go there. He can't risk at its really bad. Even today. One of our convoy came under attack. You know you can't travel alone a arranger. Even convoy in Ottomar PROC A day. It come under attack, so he hopes that with this new plan agreed to by US officials that he'll get his approved in that he can leave Afghanistan with his family. Is, hopeful but cautiously so. There was Monica Campbell. Thank you very much for following the story. Really appreciate it. You're welcome. Coming up the black lives matter movement in the US continues to reverberate around the globe. Including in the Middle East that stories just ahead. You're listening to the world. I'm Marco Werman misses the world. The killing of George Floyd launched a worldwide movement against racism. Many places that have been inspired are also turning inward thinking about their own problems, the world's Sharon. Jaffar has been taking a look at how this is playing out in the mid east. He has on I'll. SARDI is a humanist in Beirut I. DO Comics as a comic writer in the Middle East, but the subject he's been obsessed with recently is serious. He was working on his script about deported in the US that followed the killing of towards Floyd I was thinking about okay. If I want to wreck black lives, matter and I see what the typical translation in Arabic is! HIATT sued Muhima. For me. It felt off. Stop these days. The IB translation black lives are important. didn't sound exactly right. because. It doesn't convey the power of the movement. Analogy I'm trying to think. Is that imagine if you have certain groups of notes to create a cord? But if they're not well, put, the tune sounds off. Southie posted a note on his facebook page. He asked if others have come up with a bit of. For Black lives matter you never reached a consensus, but it was this one comment that stood out his friend wrote to truly capture the concept of black lives, matter in Arabic behalf to I research the struggles of black Arabs in our own region. This is just one example of how the events in the US have sparked conversations in the middle, east and North Africa. This discussion is long overdue, said Sophia Mitha. Is the founder of a website called the confused I up is French Algerian and he lives in the United Arab. Emirates can be Arab. You can be black. Your can be Muslim and got. You can be discriminated, even though you shall a lot of assurance identities with the majority of the population in recent weeks, statement I bet has been writing about racism against black people in the Middle East mainly on his instagram page. He has about thirty thousand followers. He says the experience of black people in the region can be different because you know for example knows after cal when we speak about blackness you have been. Indigenous Block local community when you go to the Gulf at something difference what the region is diverse. And the history is unique, but the underlying problem is similar to the situation in the US back. People face discrimination because of their skin color. This rings true for twenty. Five Year Old Hall Abdelatif who was born to Sudanese parents in the.
Knicks legend Patrick Ewing out of the hospital after testing positive for coronavirus
"And and be a great is out of the hospital as he battles coronavirus come was bill Neal has more from the Harley exterior sports desk Patrick Ewing son says the Georgetown basketball coach in NBA great has been released from the hospital and is recovering from covert nineteen at home the fifty seven year old hall of Famer who played for the whole is in college and the New York Knicks for fifteen seasons announced Friday it has been positive for
Don Shula: Miami Dolphins Super Bowl-winning head coach dies, aged 90
"This the great don Shula who I met a couple of times in my career in sports has has died at ninety years old hall of fame coach Miami Dolphins known for the nineteen seventy to dolphins who were perfect seventeen and only team to do that as a coach she had three hundred and forty seven wins he was Sir respected by so many people and have some great quotes that I remember off the top of my head including success is not forever and failure isn't fatal and then this was good he said you know it's only fifty miles from Grand River to canton but it took me sixty seven years to travel that distance because of course he was talking about getting in the hall of fame and a lot of people reacted to the passing of don Shula because he was as I said very much a character very well loved and certainly one of the big contributors to the game ed and he made an impact on a lot of of people he wants to one party trophies with the dolphins he coached the dolphins to back to back titles in the early seventies he spent a couple of seasons in the NFL as a player for the Cleveland Browns the Baltimore colts the Redskins he was also the head coach of the colts but he's known for being the quarter century coach of the dolphins yeah and just all kinds of records especially that three hundred and forty seven career wins and that's pretty top in the NFL you join the three hundred club and guess who else is in the three hundred club there's only a couple of members George Halas from bears fame and the New England Patriots coach bill Belichick is in that same category but you know interesting any group in a very very events in the Grand River in the comment that he he made a getting into the hall of fame he grinned grew up in a very big family he's one of seven kids huh and even his his mother I guess was not really excited about him playing football so you for sure signature so he could play when he was in high school but legendary no doubt a life well
"old hall" Discussed on Mandarin Slang Guide
"Indecisive or vacillating and sometimes TMZ even argumentative. So that's new indecisive back to the tangent I mean show okay so it's liked twist by. I don't know how to explain. Yeah I was curious about that. I'm not really sure what this character Bah mean yeah `isolation it's sort of an odd choice because they're all very often used together. I don't tend to think about what that character means. Yeah that's one of the tricky things about Chinese words. Is that an English report letters together to make a word but in Chinese characters maybe one character is a word by itself maybe two characters together as a word in rare air circumstances three or more could be thought of as one word But the if you put your characters together to make a word these characters also have meanings aside from that that word and sometimes they bring those meanings to that word and sometimes not so much and so this combination name bar. I'm also confused is doing here. Yeah Yeah No. That's a great point and I think that also highlights the culture difference between the Western and Eastern culture. which is that you know? The Chinese culture is more collectivistic so it's more contextual. So when we when we use certain characters or we're talking about certain things that we always put it in context if you read Chinese Poland's they're always like English points. You're you're talking about or literature. You're talking about very specific specific scenarios. Give a very clear picture picture of what it looks like. You know what it feels like for Chinese. We always talk about the more vague and general feeling like like say if I want to talk about how I miss my family. I don't talk about my family I talk about the moon died. I can see from the room window of my room back home or talk about the you know the maybe mountains. The rivers flowing by were very indirect. We're very contextual. So when it comes to language you also had that we also have the habit of putting everything in context so for Chinese learners. It's it's very very challenging. Speaking of which we talked about for about two or three minutes we still haven't said what does it say. Somebody is by so Nimba would be. It would be kind of like somebody. WHO's very very indecisive? WHO's very hesitant? But I do feel like because all these words I gave you. They're very like we use them in daily conversation right so so when you say somebody is very noon by. There's very there is a slight tone of complaint someone in badge. Why are you so neat? So it's Kinda you're complaining that you know you've been going back and forth about your decision for the past two hours and still no decision and I get I get a little impatient and I say why are you so you can buy. I think Nina is really the key here. Name means to twist or so. This person has their ideas are always twisting and turning earning. They can't choose one of yes. So how would you use that innocent. So you just said Need Jerry. Deming ballots to a simpler one. Could you do say for example. He's very neat path for Nick. Yeah you could say that. Basically this person is very new bond so but we when we say that there's always a very tiny negative negatively attached to it. Like you know we. We don't say somebody new by in a positive way always jiggling hunting Liebau meaning that you know better not taught him because he will waste like two or three hours of your time is still in no position so jigger hunting. Yeah Jaguar a good means this one gen person. Hon Is Very Nimba indecisive. Vacillating tillerson hunting. Yeah this person is very indecisive. Yeah and where we use that word. We're usually referring to the general propensity general personality. You Know Oh not like on specific things you could still use on specific issues like I know you know somebody who has hitting if she should break up with the boyfriend. You could say you take your shirt and Belgium Newton bond. You shouldn't be to assure me beyond Germany bar usually jirga shar chart this thing Yanni. Well you shouldn't be joining bonds so vacillates. Yeah but but I think the more natural the more common uses. I is to describe the person's personality in general like this person is very neat budget condition. Go and this person's personality is he's very nearby so I couldn't say I feel Nimba about this. No I am yeah. inning buys as a person. Yeah okay so that's assuming vacillating person the next one is. I find quite poetic. Hold on Hoda. What is what is hold allowing is definitely a very very positive expression I think in daily use? It's kind of like cool. Yeah like that's not cool. J hold on these doable Hoda really like the way you were doing this. Very cool or not very hold on. Oh the cool. Not as in like I wear great. No I know how to surf. Not that Kinda cool. But that's not acceptable. Yeah Yeah exactly. What sense did you say against Josiah? Poder Nujoma tour hold out yet. So Ne- U. Joma like this saw. Do or hold on or act. Yeah hold out not virtuous yeah You in this way act not virtuous yes Jomo holder. Yeah so we like. We always used to describe somebody's behavior. Your decision is not. Hold your choices. Not so it's different from you back. NEOM buys always for personality but hold always often to describe specific perfect behaviors right now but you can also say somebody is this person's very hold on. You could say that but I think most most of the time we we talk about a specific behaviors. All Right Yeah Nice. Yeah so you know not cool Baroda appropriate. Yeah hold on. Yeah so let's get onto the next one. The next one is one of those sixty words that uses words. You already know. In a different way and lol Hollarin' these three characters is literally lull means. Old Hall is good. Antigen is person yes allow and should be an old good person but what does it really all as you can guess from the literal. Meaning you know. It sounds kind of Nice old good person right but I think gets the same age in English. If you think about somebody who's a good guy good old guy who's a good old fellow then he's probably not very very opinionated. He's probably not very like he probably wouldn't stand up for himself and that's basically Chinese meaning. If you say somebody is allow in. Then it's it's it's like somebody who's kind generous and very given but at the same time. He's kind of like a pushover. It's easy for people to take advantage of him. Yeah so this word. It comes out very often when you're describing. I think especially in families because you would hear the wife complaining to the husband. Oh why are you always allow. You know you're our family's poor you're always giving money to your sister or your brother or your parents. Whoever asks you for money give it? Because you're allow hotel. Yes exactly. Yeah so you're doing good things for other people but often at the cost of your yourself or even your own family. So we use that word to describe that kind of kind of behavior view. I'm definitely allow all the time I. Yeah Yeah and also if you're allowed in the Yubari complain like you don't complain Around we're always kind of quiet. You're just doing this. This is actually very Typical description of the ideal male role in Chinese. A Chinese society like Chinese minor expected to be Laura and never complaining always generous always given you know always always helping others but sometimes you know you compromise family all right that's lol Holleran and the fourth and last one is sure Tsai a shirts I as I I understand the shirt to mean real But the CY means at or in a place oh shirts I I'm a little bit Unclear about what this would mean. I think this thing with you know English speakers when they were in Chinese they always interpret things from the you know the literal meaning right. It was good try but Excellent let me down easy. You tried so hard on. Yeah but I think should i. When we used to describe somebody personality you can break it down like you reduce it into elements? You're used together to mean a specific meanings. I can't tell you what Siamese in this specific word right. They have to be interpreted together. So when you say should I mean somebody who's who's reliable solid and who's always doing those things he's supposed to do as opposed to somebody who's always always talking but not doing their job you know so because especially at workplace you get that a lot you know there are people who are always blah blah blah. But then they don't do the worth and the opposite of that somebody who was very Shinsei. Yeah yeah so I think in that case the good translation would just be solid. This person is solid. Ed dependable we in in that sense. It's like the same word as the Chinese worded. This person gives you the feeling of being Dependable you can lean on them and they'll be. Yeah like if somebody thinks too much about showing off about all you know getting trophies and getting medals and getting recognitions rather than doing the real solid work then that person's navigations they're focusing on imaginary things instead of real thing. Yeah Yeah Yeah So. Let's sure Thi- someone who is very solid. Okay so these are the four words that we got I will quiz your Chinese. I'll give you an English definition. You told me the Chinese China's word for it and then we'll jump into the conversation so someone who is generally vacillating or indecisive. New Stations this word means a behavior that is acceptable inappropriate. And good cool if you will. Oh Jeez I can't believe I'm forgetting testing you as a joke but this turned or not to be pretty hard. Don't worry I don't get. It was hold. Oh Oh yeah. Sorry about that my brain. He's dying for some reason. You know we've been talking for between languages which is always hard. Okay this one means someone who is overly nice to the extent of being in a pushover perhaps lower end Lao and then someone who is solid should I should say excellent. Let's jump into this conversation. Josh Jessica Lauren Fan. John Nice a nice. I L Hall then is you've got a new better Syria funding then. Sure yo-yoed Ya Baa a picture shirts either all right so let's run through this sentence by sentence real quickly. The first sentence was I- Josh. Jan should allow Harian. Yeah I as one of those Just sort of expression works Josh. Ginger really is good. Lau hollered really is a pushover Josh. Jewish Sugar La Holland and The next sentence was fan. John Wall Unites People. People Nice Higher Harbor. Yeah this grammar is a little bit complicated. I only have myself to blame because I wrote it The first word Fan John means however or anyway anyway. Yes I'm sort of almost sort of dismissing what came before anyway or yeah. Whoa you nice to be boys you nice is to be too nice overly nice overly nice right which is a law? Horan written overly Nice So all you being overly Nice Nice. I put English in here because this is one of those words about personalities that Chinese people often say in English. Yeah it's one of those words that's sort of worked its way into the language. It's almost like a loan word. So boy you nice is to be too nice and then be ye Means that I'm comparing what comes for the B and what comes after after the FBI. Yeah so cool you Nice Be Blue Nice Nice not nice so I'm comparing oil you nice to nice with not Nice And boy you'd.
"old hall" Discussed on Serial Killers
"It almost always been caught hall may have suffered from delusional disorder. The American Psychiatric Association Defines Delusional Disorder as has a psychosis in which person cannot tell what is real from. What is the magic and the DSM Five says delusions are defined as unshakable unshakable belief in something untrue such as halls perception of himself as a hero akin to cary? Grant's character in to catch a thief. Life in the nineteen fifty five film. Grant plays an infamous jewel thief who not only saves the day but steals grace. Kelly's heart hall. Wanted to be in the spotlight. He sought respect and adoration from his fellow inmates and the general public and in his mind pulling off elaborate. Hi Sts was the way to get it after all. That's how it worked in the movies after serving almost ten years in prison. Jim Hall was paroled. In nineteen sixty three at the age of forty he immediately found work as a Butler and returned to petty crime hall stole from his wealthy employers whenever the opportunity arose and was usually quickly caught still he continued to use bogus references. Mrs To land job after job as butler. Meanwhile in March of nineteen sixty three halls mother Marian married her longtime longtime lover and hauls co-conspirator John Wootton Hall approved of the Union and he wootton continued committing robberies together as before. It didn't seem like Marion Hall found fault with any of their actions. It was even rumoured that Marian took part in some of the scams but even and with help hall was caught again he was arrested again in nineteen sixty four and was sentenced to ten years in blunder. Ston Prison Zain. He'd been a free man for less than a year. Located in Suffolk bluntest in prison had only opened the year before but with its brand new celebrities and modern security. It should have been inescapable but it proved no match for Archibald Hall coming up. Archibald Hall escalates from Grand Larceny to murder now back to the story in nineteen sixty four forty year old career criminal and jewel thief Archibald Hall had just been sentenced to ten years in suffolks bluntest in prison. He committed a string of robberies while working as a Butler for London's elite he'd already spent a good good portion of his life behind bars and wasn't about to do any more time. He quickly befriended fellow inmates. Donald Whitaker and George O'Neil all the three men devised a plan and broke out a blond skin in September of nineteen sixty five less than a year into halls ten year sentence. It's unknown exactly how the men broke out. But once they did. They made their way from Suffolk England to Scotland in several stolen stolen cars halls frequent partner in crime and now stepfather. John Wootton may have aided hall in his escape. He certainly helped him stay hidden but even with the heat on him hall couldn't keep himself from taking what wasn't his and continued robbing homes around this time he met an Irish woman named Margaret. She was twenty one years old six months pregnant using the name Roy Fontaine. He began to date Margaret and convinced her. He was madly in love with her sharing nothing about his criminal past. He made sure the pair played the part of a happy expectant in couple around town hall introduced her to his mother and Wootton an even told them Margaret's baby was his when Margaret Delivered Word Baby Caroline on December eighteenth nineteen sixty five. She cited hall as the Father. On the birth certificate hall claimed Caroline was his biological daughter for the rest of his life after Caroline's birth hall through a celebratory dinner for the family at a lavish hotel however he neglected to invite his much younger brother. Donald even as adults hall was still jealous of his brother and sought to snub him any chance he got but the morning after the party hall fled to London. He was worried the authorities had tracked him down and he'd be caught and more importantly he had no intention of paying for last night's dinner Margaret and caroline eventually joined him and while he remained on the Lam for several several months he was caught yet again on May thirteenth nineteen sixty six. It's unknown when exactly how the police tracked hall down. What some speculate that his brother Donald tip them off after being snubbed from the family dinner whatever? The case at the age age of forty one archibald hall was recaptured and indicted for breaking out of prison in the Edinburgh High Court. Hull was sentenced to another another ten years in the top security parkhurst. Prison Parkhurst was much worse on hall than his previous prisons. Some of the guards targeted him. Particularly one officer named Harry Jackson Hall sought revenge on Jackson and somehow acquired a key to the prison records office. Once in the records office hall stole the Prison File on a fellow prisoner named Morris Cohen Cohen was a Russian in spy and the information. His file was both top secret and intensely. Valuable Hall leaked the file to the press. Then then he went straight to the prison's governor. That accused officer Jackson of leaking. The documents Jackson was put on trial in July of nineteen. Sixty eight hall testified during the trial and his testimony was so explosive it made headlines all across the country it was his moment in the spotlight and he aided up however the judge and jury found halls testimony incredibly unreliable and Jackson was found not guilty however for hall safety he was transferred to hull prison. In Yorkshire While Hall was happy to be freed from his nemesis. He craved the attention he had gotten during his testimony. He encouraged John Wootton to try to keep the story alive. Life by talking to the newspapers hall was not the first nor the last serial killer to relish media attention in two thousand a nine criminologist Dr Kevin Haggerty studied the media's reporting of serial crimes. He posits that the media and serial killers have have a symbiotic relationship and both thrive on the actions of the other haggerty also found that media. Attention often helps a killer. Formed formed their identity. If a killer who thrives off media attention goes too long without it. They'll begin to lose their sense of self which is psychologically devastating additionally around this time the Manson family and the Zodiac killer had caused a panic in the US and dominated. I needed the news given these precedents. It's possible hall. Saw The media as a way to increases reputation and get the attention. He'd so desperately craved since Childhood Hood but despite Mouton's help media and the public lost interest and quickly forgot about hall who was still incarcerated however there was one bright light hall soon met fellow inmate David Barnard who is in for armed and aggravated robbery in in halls autobiography. He claims David was the true love of his life but David Barnard was far from his only relationship hall carried on numerous physical relationships after he was released and continued his pattern of grand theft as well from nineteen seventy five to nineteen eighteen. Seventy seven. He spent another two years in prison for car theft. During this time he had a relationship with fellow inmate twenty years. His junior named David Wright his relationship with David Barnard had fallen apart. In January of Nineteen. Seventy seven fifty. Three year. Old Hall was was released yet again and of course return to his Butler scam. He became the live in Butler of wealthy seventy year. Old Old Lady Hudson at curl ten and set to work charming her household staff and casing the estate everything was going. According according to plan until David Wright showed up right told hall he had accidentally beaten a man to death in a mugging gone wrong and I needed a place to lay. Low Hall told Lady Hudson that David Wright was a dear old friend in need of work conveniently leaving out there. Prison Relationship Lady Lady Hudson hired right to do on jobs around. The Property Hall welcomed the prospect of carrying on his affair with right but soon grew weary of the man's presence presence according to hall right racked up quite a gambling debt around town and left hall to pay for it he also began seeing a woman. It named a net which may have made hall jealous and when right wasn't gambling or with a net. He was trying to persuade hall to steal from Lady Hudson Hall. Insisted they wait to rob her until after they quit their jobs. But right didn't want to wait sometime between July. Hi and November of nineteen seventy seven hall discovered that one of Lady Hudson's diamond rings was missing right had given it to a net hall. Convinced her to give it back and confronted right about the theft. The two men argued loudly for a while but eventually settled down. They parted ways and proceeded to get drunk in their separate rooms hall. Thought the matter was settled. But later that night right snuck into halls room and aimed a gun at the sleeping.
Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim addresses fatal car accident
"Men's college basketball coach speaking out for the first time after being involved in a terrible accident. Here's USA radio's Chris Barnes police near Syracuse, say the seventy four year old hall of Famer Jim bejon and tried to avoid another vehicle that had crashed into an interstate guardrail. When he inadvertently struck and killed one of its occupants who were standing beside the vehicle Fifty-one-year-old Harrogate Jimenez after a Syracuse loss to top rank Duke on Saturday night. They said he is truly devastated. The grease in pain. His family is feeling at this time to simply put on. Measurable says he still went ahead and coach the game because he felt a responsibility and obligation to his players after that accident he did pass a sobriety test. And no charges have been filed against him.
Winning trainers Hollendorfer, Wong to collide in Berkeley Handicap
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Winning trainers, Holland or for long to collide in Berkeley, handicap, Jerry, Holland or for won training titles at fifty one Golden Gate fields meetings from nineteen eighty six to two thousand seventeen. Jonathan Wong has won the past two and is well on his way to a third straight at the current fall season. This seventy two year old hall of Famer and the twenty nine year old upstart clash in Saturday's grade, three one hundred thousand dollar Berkeley handicap in which Hollander for runs gee-gee writer and Wong runs. Gobbo's? Macondo and myth. Cal g g writer has long been a large presence in the northern half of Holland or for statewide operation. Winning fifteen of fifty starts fourteen for thirty eight at Golden Gate fields with seven hundred six thousand four hundred thirty nine dollars in earnings Saturday marks his fifth straight appearance in the Berkeley. Handicap having finished second in two thousand sixteen and fourteen third in fifteen and eight in seventeen during one for thirteen slump in GDF's other grade three rd. Races for older horses. Gee-gee writer has won the all American stakes twice and the San Francisco mile. He's lasted a long time. And he's a good solid horse has been very good to us Hollander for said he went for a period where he didn't do so. Well, and now he's doing better. He's well made some of them last a long time and some of them don't Hollander for denies having extra incentive to beat Gabon Macondo whom won- claimed from him for twenty thousand dollars on July twenty seven at the state fair. I don't think of things that way. He said if I'm entering a race. I'm trying to win no matter who's in their Gabon's Macondo followed the claim with wins in a first level allowance and an optional allowance sixty two thousand five hundred dollars claimer at F, and the bulldog handicap at the big Fresno fair I claimed him because he was still eligible for the twenty thousand dollar non winners of two and the first allowance condition and thought he could win that Wong said he's just exceeded expectations. Many trainers wouldn't claim from Holland door for figuring. He was getting all their. Was out of a horse. Personally. I think that's overrated. Wong said I think there is room for improvement on those horses. There are little things you can change and fix to help a horse out myth. Cows owners sent him to Wong after four poor efforts in southern California long. Ran him in seven straight claiming events from sixteen thousand thirty two thousand dollars with two wins. And then myth. Cal finished second in starter allowance and the rolling green stakes before being well beaten in the grade to city of hope mile at Santa Anita. The addition of blinkers has really helped him significantly Wong said he's been a better horse, the twelve Horsfield for the one and one sixteenth mile Berkeley handicap is headed by to southern California invaders with success at Golden Gate fields editor who won the race last year and flamboyant who took the San Francisco mile on March thirty first and there is g g writer who ran one of his best races in fast win on October twenty six my horses have to improve to win. But we'll see said they're both doing well. Larry stoops's. Freelance writer.
"old hall" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"That's right. So you eventually. Discovers much as you could about him in the family. I did, but also I spent a not only to discover a lot about him, which was interesting. Yeah, you you never really discover because by the time you get old enough to say, well, what was he really like and this and that all your ankles enhance have been without them for fifty years, right. You know he was in right, right. Twenty two years. Old hall guide us twenty twenty two twenty four years old. I know it's just amazing to think about it is truly amazing. Honestly, just to be a pilot. Yeah. And to lead the this final assault on the operation versity. He was in the lead plane with the commander of the division and and playing got hit with flack and shirt. They were dropping paratroopers and they got rid of the paratroopers and it was too late for them to get on like so many happened. Yeah, yes. Many. By your stepdad and your mom and my stepdad, my mom who had gone to high school together a little tiny town. Oh, great. But before we leave Wisconsin, you know, it was interesting to go from this little town Elizabeth because now we're talking about fifties. To Shreveport, Louisiana, really different world show. I was kind of identifying with that Randy Newman's song. Dixie flyer? Uh-huh. About leads. It's about going from LA. Due to an Orleans during the during the war. But anyway. Yeah, because it was a whole different world one that I wasn't really aware what's going on till you get down there and it's like. This is, you know, whites only caller, what's what's the deal, you're? Yeah. And some people are their own parents in that neck of the woods. Yeah, there's a little bit of that. Yeah. It is a different planet. Well, it certainly. Yeah, much more. So then than I think now, you know, now the world's a lot smaller than it was then. You know what's going on in the world now pretty much especially in the United States. But you know if you're kidding, no Lisbon in, you know, late forties, fifties. What? What he knew about Louisiana and you know, and. What's going on with them racial issues. Sure. You know it is. That's just not something that's on your and also to see it up close to the way you saw that pig. Well, in terms of shock value. Shock failure? Yeah. Right. Yeah. And how what years were you? Because I loved all those people easy Hannah, right. And yet they were living in a different world and I was, yeah, they were raising the different set of concerns and believes it's right. How long did you stay there before? We got to the San Fernando Valley ten years in in Wisconsin, and then we, then we went to the valley and just that was another world too. You know, I mean, the tone lived in Wisconsin had twelve hundred people. And then all of a sudden I was in Los Angeles. Three blocks from the MGM studios. That's you know, at first, I while the our little our little house in Canoga park was being built. So that was my Culver city. Culver city? Exactly. Yeah, right. In the sought, tell sepulveda's area. Right? So. But what was. Drunked the what was the work that that was it? There wasn't really any work and you know they were bored living in little town, Wisconsin, right. And my uncle my, my stepdad's brother was out here and said, you guys got to come out here and so they did. They did, you know, is like they just he quit his job. They packed up in there. You know a forty, nine Ford and five of us. Just came across country and no job. No, nothing. Holy cow. Yeah, just showed up and, and at that age, you've not seen much outside Lisbon, I'm guessing just new Lisbon and a couple of trips to Milwaukee. And then of course, Shreveport. Right. But when you're driving across the country. Oh, wow. Wow. And it goes on for days. It'd be like going to the farm or something, you know, and the different direction. But no, no, it was days and days and staying a little motels and all that kind of stuff. Yeah, that's great. I..
"old hall" Discussed on WGN Radio
"From the WGN Chicago weather center tonight fair skies. Low dropping to about seventy one degrees sunny. To begin. Your Sunday clouds move in about midday this chance of, scattered showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon daytime high should be around ninety inland about. Eighty the lakefront fair. Tomorrow night, down. To the seventies and sunny on Monday but. Some clouds are going to. Move it. Again a chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms once more a high near ninety. Degrees, seventy six at the lake Seventy-nine midway seventy four Paletta the barometer thirty. Oh four and rising and seventy five at the lakefront David Jennings the WGN radio news room and this is the stuff that batters on Chicago's very own seven. Twenty WGN welcome back to nocturnal journal and we're talking about the Randolph street market festival a little bit about, the history of the Maxwell street market and coming into joining us now is author And dealer Dwayne Scott Cerny. And a fascinating book, you wrote here Dwayne selling debts people's things and I to try to, the tagline inexplicably true tales vintage fails and objects, of objectionable estates very, good that's a last there but anyway that's a really fascinating book I've read bits and. Pieces of it but not the whole. Thing it's really really good there's so many things let's. Let's talk about the MandA street market how'd you get involved with that and especially from your I I, to tell the listeners have never been there it's an interesting place I like the fact it's in the old union Hong plumbers union thing so talk about the market and how. You got involved Yeah I've been friends, with Sally for on. Twenty years and was involved with her before the market And I've sat on her advisory board she brought him she? Has. An advisory board okay she brought a number of dealers which is just how smart she is To really be plugged into what dealers need To display their wares and she's very hands on in that respect And yoke rand office she. Often says when she first began the show other was thirteen forty west Randolph was was Harpo and the porno theater Oprah's gone valley in the porno yeah But the market has evolved and she's reflected the business and she's really. Bad Ahead of the curve which you need to be. In order to be successful, in that, the businesses keeps skewing younger and younger, so what's what's hot now of course is vintage vinyl fashion of Finnish fashion Sixty seventies eighties now yet to a lot of the listeners just go like well that's. Not antiques all kind of, bent out, of shape about it but it's vintage And the younger people really don't even understand arts and crafts, things like that I was sent there to do a story actually for treasures this magazine comes out of Iowa and the spin they wanted. And kinda into this little mid-century in Westchester was was mid century modern stuff have you seen that you've got back on your co owner, of the Broadway antique. Market up in Edgewater sixty one thirty north Broadway correctness twenty thousand square feet? So are there are there trends. As mid a trend or what's going on that's been a, trend for us Yeah since. Since the get go and that's part of the bond that that I actually have with with Sally is that is just getting together and, kind of brainstorming where. Where's the market going and you just really need to listen to people and? They'll tell you what they want So yeah I think we're even getting into the market is so solid which is now People are looking at seventies. And eighties eighties fashion is a is a big deal eighties vinyl is a big. Deal. Now, you, wouldn't really call it mid century modern because people just think, fifty seven yeah Yeah so it, just keeps evolving? And that's just the way? To kind of stay ahead of the, curve in and I believe it's in the book. You say sorting sorting trash from treasurers what I do elaborate on that how do you how do you do. That Carefully? So you don't make mistakes Yeah I mean my my purpose is, to help other people make money and. I am good at that I seventy five, dealers that I represent and? Sell their things and Randolph market which. I. Love, about tonight's show in general is you think about it we're kind of skewing the whole. State fair. Well, this is a city fair that. Goes on monthly and talk about bringing a community together that's real. Yeah and there's an economy to it so this is. People's. Livelihood that'd, be selling has hundreds of dealers and this is what, these people do for a living Randolph depends. On ties on the month but it can, easily be two hundred, or more baton inside and out and the season but Yeah it's indoors and outdoors or you got an inside and outside yeah. Yeah I have often just the the. People. Are Karnik current folk People going from town to town doing, shows like that, but you need you need. A, good safe well run show to make a living and, Randolph supplies that and that's. Because of Sally she's just put the town. On the, map I mean people fly. In from everywhere To go to the show It's got everything he got a little little little bar area and you've got to live music. And food and it it it really is. Like a. Little. Little. State little county fair yeah and it's very much a community Yeah and it's an economic community and I. Go back. To. The. Money but that's what it's about You, have a sassy I mean Plug your blog I mean besides the book you, have, this Bligh some people think yeah. I was reading the. July fourth Intrigue you had as big. Brand retail, loses its way I'd resale finds its way. So, I mean this whole resale thing is is really coming. Up I, mean just across the country and it has been yeah, and, it's really kind of rebranding itself We're all looking at this like the. The. Death of brick and mortar right now It's a face that this thing is going through but yeah My business is up. Ten percent over last year Sally's market she's got. Dealers get Looking. For looking for space Again it's, kind of recognizing the internet making, it part of your business And it it can totally, be done but you need to embrace. It and you need to again you need to listen to your customers you need just go with the times. And the people who don't are the ones that? That fail Laurie Laurie when do? You, when do you guys play there, did you have a certain time Generally play on the Saturday slot from. Three to five three to five different times but mostly that slat one resigned that question questions there are times. You wander around and buy stuff for yourself or? Did you bear van members that A little bit early in mind around and. I just love to look at all the things I do, tend to buy at least one thing They have very very interesting things they're the very eclectic mix of. Things, and there's always something that catches your eye I just I really liked the space that's kind of an art deco space at old hall yeah We got time for quick little song Dan okay do you guys wanna play a. Little something in the ties into when are you are you plugged in at the market electric. Yeah Okay tell us what you're going to play? Here Play helped me this Play, was a Jimmy, Reed Eddie tailored song and they're very. Much Chicago roots pictures so that's why. We chose that time Tony Tell you a little. Bit A little bit about that Lefty Yeah just just take it away All right.
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