17 Burst results for "Bill Glass"

"bill glass" Discussed on Absolutely Not

Absolutely Not

08:05 min | 2 months ago

"bill glass" Discussed on Absolutely Not

"He did this to us because he looks like an asshole. I brought none of that stuff this time around exactly because we never saw the footage. It's now five years down the road. And i have yet to see what happened on that trip. So so now you wanna blame your cousin. You wanna leave it up to derrick no for schultz derek. Excel deck. I yet to send him. Dexter i'm sorry. I just had a freudian slip. I have yet to send him the footage but when he gets it he's going to do mazel things with it and dex dexter. Why did i call you derek. I'm sorry decks. If you don't put everything to the chain smokers if you do not make this horrific slide show of just jeff taking photos of plaques that describe the timelines of things in in these churches and if you don't add it to the chain smokers i will be so disappointed wildly disappointed or like turned out but what it's just seem really aggressive gangster rap as where like walking through you know never wanted to turn down for what it is just his a sad powerpoint slide show of just mosaics in a church. I mean it was my first attempt at at videography. So i don't think you know it's going to be that great but decks can work magic and we can see what what comes out of it i just. I can't wait to see what you look at on the train. If tomorrow we're on the train florence and you're scrolling through your phone you're looking at the plaques. Rereading them you're not you just wait. You just wasted three thousand megabytes of space taking all those voters today. Let me see what you do with their memories for life. Yeah you know what my memories for. Life are is the fact that i'm going to have to continue paying off this fucking laundry bill in our glass bill. I don't even wanna know what the fuck of water taxi bill's going to be. But you know what are we having a great time. Yes we live loving yes. Are we giggling our asses off over the fact that we mutually hate a woman from long island who was on her door today. Yes and that's what friends long are you yawning. Are you done now. I'm just getting started. Oh what else did you observe jeff. People are getting a two for one. This is also called Lazy podcasting but. I have to do these when i can. You know what i mean. I have to do a well. We're in bed and we're we've just been arguing over something. Which is the bill for the fucking laundry. How did i get embezzled. How do you owes get bamboozled. You're easily bamboozle i am. Why do you think that is what's wrong with me. It comes with you just want to be nice to everybody knew. Entertain the bamboos woman's sooner or later just becomes so uncomfortable. Thank you really the only way out of this person you and that's how you that that is your way of Ending the transaction. That dow was the same way because he was in sales so he's the same way he would sit and listen to the sales pitch because he's like. I know how hard they had to work for that because neither of you grew up in new york whereas in new york. We're not interested. Leave us the fuck alone goodbye. You know there was such a fucking yorker thing to say yet the regime you get bamboozled because neither you or from new york fuck off first of all southerners also knew how to stand up for ourselves and have a backbone named your from new york. Okay joe patchy you totally misconstrued. What i was saying. I was saying you were much more polite about things than we are. And that usually just go fuck yourself. I don't have time for you. F i don't wanna listen to your bullshit but then widen as a new yorker you see the new yorker lawn our tour today. Shut the fuck up in the finish on the tour today. Why didn't you pull her aside by her. Sensible handles and be like listen lucille. Fucking korkut discovery schick shower tore and i needed keti put up amino in it. Shut it just listen. You didn't know jeff. You had a massage today. You didn't love the massage. Who that. It wasn't hard enough. And i said how come you didn't speak up for yourself. Why didn't you say hi ma'am. I need firmer pressure. Because i would rather suffer through a bad massage and just get it over with and not complain. Then sit there and try to explain to somebody who speaks broken english as to what i actually need in the moment. Jeff literally. That makes no fucking sense. Don't ever ever try and pull the because you didn't grow up in new york you just said first of all that massage nother bamboozled. It was like four hundred dollars. So you're telling me you waste so we just got fucking left center right today. We go so you're telling me you suffered through a a wet noodle massage instead and you speak decent enough italian you could have said harder firmer shoulder with your hands made a little like fist. Emotion like motion. So you'd rather just lay through a shitty massage rather than cause conflicts or fusion. I chose. I chose the easy way. You're paying for something. Okay you you telling me that. I i am an easy sell but i haven't even bought the thing yet. You're already paying for the service and then you don't get what you want out of the service because you don't know how to speak up. Don't you ever throw stones at a glass house. Okay that makes no sense. I just want to point out Do you follow my lead at the glass factory. You see how. I walked ahead of you and i got away from the salespeople as far as i could i just kind of avoided than the for the entire trip. You over there chatty. Cathy are finding out what our dog's name is. How easy is to get the island. Where do you live all this bullshit. Just ignore them but see that's also called making a human connection and what i need for my soul. Jeff is to make human connections with nice italians. Because the french people we met on our drip have been to modal in very mean. I'm a pisces. I need i contact my love. Language is time. My love languages cappuccinos. I just loved that you own going. To say is yes. I easy to get got. I share him. Will i buy your wares if you would only would and into the show. I'm going to put it in my office. No matter how ugly it is of its charge. Imminent dig it. And i'm going to really have shared doing badges so commercials so vassal. There's any representatives. I will love sure doing your commercials. You know vaginal discharge all talk about it. Because i need to pay ford this part of the trip where i have been bamboozled. It's never too early to shoot christmas. Commercials it isn't it isn't i mean we're already actually behind. They should have been shooting. The mid-july did old navy. Call yet or from chris commercial. You still waiting. They have not called. But i would really appreciate it when i say like right to your senators. Please reach out and ask them to put me in one of the Old navy christmas commercials. That's my vision. Board something and added this year got to do a cool Thing with them for the podcast for their body quality and got to do some stuff for instagram. But i am ready to be a national commercial for old navy. I would do for brunell gucci. Nellie here in italy. But i can't fit into the clothes just saying old navy. You wanna move sweaters christmastime. You're ready you put rigatoni. Heather mcmahon commercial. We are ready. We're we are old navy kind of people please. We need to pay for this bill. This laundry bill. Glass that will. I'm sure show up fully shattered In a box. But hey you know what. I tried and i'm supporting the local. Not only not only will it shou- shattered in the box. But robin will try to return it to homegoods. Get and get a sore credit. She will robin will try. And return my artifact from my trip to italy to homegoods superglue superglued together. And.

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"bill glass" Discussed on Exploring the Midwest with Jody Halsted

Exploring the Midwest with Jody Halsted

05:28 min | 2 months ago

"bill glass" Discussed on Exploring the Midwest with Jody Halsted

"So do you have a cabin that tends to be the most popular design will ever. Since we've been moving you know since we've started incorporating glass our cabins. Anything that has over fifty percent kevin. Those most popular wants thing. Yeah so it would be. Our metal house are woodland house and the original glass cabin. And that you know the whole thing really started as a fluke with glasshouse. Because i remember thinking actually saying to susan what would what would it be like to have. Let's bill glass bedroom in the woods. Well it just seems to evoke all kinds of wonderful feelings about you. Know being that close to nature on all sides. And i think that's the draw and that's why those are the popular being that close to nature without having to pitch a tent or actually sleep outside exactly and the glass house. The original glasshouse experiences. What we call our glam experience because there's no full kitchen on that one who you have a grill so you really are. It's it's a step up from camping whereas then we thought well let's do kind of opposite of that. Let's put a glass house on steroids and let's put a full kitchen the fireplace and everything. So that's how we wanted to differentiate different experiences For for our guests. We have some people who try and come to everyone at different times. Sounds like a worthy. We have yeah it is and and we have guests books at each one of our cabins. And what you read more often than not is of course the connection with nature but also the connection with each other so part of the reason why people are coming is to in many. Many of our people come from the city's so they're coming from concrete. We're coming to green because that's when they drive up our driveway. That's what impresses from first moment on is how green it is here in because they've been living A concrete life During the week and so here they're able to. Oh just it just makes you feel like you wanna breathe deeper..

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"bill glass" Discussed on DSC On Demand

DSC On Demand

07:57 min | 2 months ago

"bill glass" Discussed on DSC On Demand

"Battle over such almost turns into truth or dare today going to be a lot of live on. Tv up here in about a half hour one of the stories. You're working for the crackpot news today Well you have had several definitive lists for us. This morning i list of finalists. That can be voted on so it hasn't been determined yet. You can have your say for this year's nominees top toy the top toy. Oh toy fame. We always do this every christmas toy hall of fame. Yeah yeah so. They've released the that always seems to be sometimes the top toy like a puzzle one one year. That's not really a toy right. We kinda go through and debate is a toy or not these exactly all right. One items on the list kenyatta. What do you think is opinion. This gets to this. Same kind of debate is a hotdog a sandwich. No a hot dog is a hot dog chop his opinion a toy. No no there's a toy inside opinions or candy inside a fiction yada yada. You had to objectify it. It's candy a candy wrapper party supply. Solid is kicking rapid. That'd be that'd be more accurate. Wouldn't it hard to open. Yeah i'd be totally fun. Yeah oh yeah. i mean. They shouldn't just be for kids berkeley. Pardon me party and always have a camera rolling all right. What's going to make the toy hall of fame nominees for you. That's always always start to fight. What else on the band couple. The girl that you said went missing. Her boyfriend showed up back home after their cross country road trip and said i'm not talking and i saw one of the big stories was turns out. They got into a fight. I got into a fight on my honeymoon but my wife didn't murder me both made it home without murdering each other without having a lawyer up and everything. There's no doubt this girl she's gone. She's gone this guy won't talk. Why does he go straight to jail. There's another couple of wound up dead in utah and they think that the to admit off there might have been some conflict connection between the wait a minute. I thought of bothia got a hold of this girl. Sanjay uncon- or rod and then he told the guy because that's the mafia dot rice. They run around. Tell everyone who they murder. And they told the guy and that's why he won't speak because he's afraid of blowback from the mafia. That's what you said yesterday. Desks the mafia will kill his family so he has to take the gap. I take the what takes the gap. Is that a worth the hook. That another one all right all right. We'll more knows more stuff. He's been to dallas right. Come on what else lynn. Well people are killed now know what she really wants tweets. We'll always come back to haunt you people former woman's job who's on the line after something. She tweeted of years ago. Throwing stones list was probably so bad because killed rock and roll. Did he was wondering who did it for you. Thanks obama alright data and so much more coming up on a half crackpot news today the dac say share land. Hey oh hi cheryl cheryl lab. Was the voice of one of the hottest cartoon characters ever josie and the pussycats long tails for. Like you know way too much about me. I think i've been talking. I'll be out there on the fairway kicking your ball back into the fairway outta love. Good luck to you and gary nicklaus. I hope you guys do real bit today and have fun and hope you have a real good time today at the buick. Invitational right okay. So you want to know how my day started yesterday. This is pretty cool. One of the coolest things ever happen to me before we even started golfing. This is so cool that when you hear it you're gonna want to give it the quattro you remember i. I don't think the mouth noise have confidence. The sniff the yeah the stretch. That's how good it is quite perfected that but while you're a check only guys do the kwacha alright. We went to the practice to yesterday. And we're standing for about ten minutes waiting for return. Turn all of a sudden. I realized the guy right next to us. Is bill glasson okay. He's been very quiet to himself. He was studying his shot very very carefully. And i thought you. I wanna bother him. Because was very very serious so i stood up and i hit some shots until i felt good and i turned around. I said bill. My name's dave playing together and he was very nice. You shook my hand said. Hey how you doing looking forward to blah blah blah. So i turned around. And i left and i go to the i t and we're waiting for our turn. We had about ten minutes or so. Yeah and the. I t box on the south whole is very very big and there are grandstands around it okay. So it's a big big area and there's a lot of people there and we're waiting for our turn. I'm just looking around having a good time. And i was introducing the rest of our players to build glass and now we're old friends and i look over and i see this diminutive perky little figure all dressed in black and i say i don't that is That's mish cheryl ladd. Worse it is. I'm gonna go say hi to share a land. Yeah so. I walk over to cheryl and i say cheryl dave rickards and i'd put my hand out and sugar handset. Thanks for being on the show and she goes. Yeah all day like that mook right oh you yes and chew normally shakes my hand. She pulls me in towards her a- chat. I say well. Hey you know that's you know thanks limbaugh blah blah and i finish the conversation. I'm busy. i gotta go lama player. Whatever i know you're playing From the ladies tees so anyway we move in. And i'm standing there and i've got chris ward on my left and mitch morgan Two friends were playing with me in this thing and bill glass and our pga pro standing on my right and we're just you know elbowed elbow standing in line watching right and we're just chatting and we're realizing bill glasses a good guy and he could take panchen all the good stuff bonding as men. Yes we are. Bonding is preparing to set. The course record got it. We're laying on our strategy. Of course you are and determining where we're going to hang our trophies and all that other what exactly will we say to the cbs cruise when they come by to interview us about our glorious day when all of a sudden from out of our left peripheral vision from only about eight feet out in front of us right saunters by the petite dainty. Black figure of cheryl ladd right. And what did she say..

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"bill glass" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

03:03 min | 3 months ago

"bill glass" Discussed on About Last Night

"Besides stand up. Or but now that. I'm thinking i'm just gonna list every job might couldn't be a lawyer. Don't wanna do. That would be a tough nothing out a ton of jobs. Can't we don't to play. Would you go to space now. Tom cruise is going there for a movie. I just heard of base or epa. I think it's no. I think they're gonna. It's i don't know if the whole movie is gonna take place there but he's going there for it to. Yeah what's and you wanna be like dude. There's a sound stage right over there. We got green screens. Man they can have you seen gravity. Have you seen apollo thirteen. He likes to do is on stunts right. He's just really. He apparently in mission impossible. He where he was running down the bill glass building a stunt guy they had was like. That's too dangerous and he was like well. Then you're fired. And i'll find somebody who doesn't think it's a dangerous crews out. I don't know if he did that last part. But the guy power. Move our last question taylor if heaven exists. What would you like to hear. God's say when you arrive at the pearly gates. I love your special. What i'd like to hear. Would you podcast my god. That's the best answer. I've heard it. You indiana i don't know if you saw and then trying to get verified but oh my god. That is so fucking funny. Would you do my podcast. That's that's so funny and then also like very like like. Yeah i wanna get to heaven like hopefully what's going to help subside. The idea that. I'm hearing that life. Is that chapter's done like in god's like a big fan you. You don't have to wear the headphones. If you don't want to but i feel like oh man mi in your hand already. Oh my god very funny strong way to end it. All right this ruled. you're the best. Thanks for always making time and keep crushing it. Fuck i hate that. I said that. I hate when people say that. Go keep keep keep doing it. Like i do i do but but but but when people say that to me friends family members keep keep keep. Keep doing a man. It's like you know what. I was actually thinking about hanging it up tonight but that is going to keep me going for another two years. I think no but it's the sentiment is is. Is you know what they're trying to say. And i mean to you because it's just a beast and you're so funny and the special. Sorry if you didn't tickets but you'll get to watch it. But hey taylor. Thomas dot com.

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"bill glass" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"bill glass" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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"bill glass" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:56 min | 5 months ago

"bill glass" Discussed on WGN Radio

"If you can read it, they can read it. Brendan, I do that all the time. Just signs anything you know, Main Street. Sometimes they're interesting. Sometimes they're not. I find it is just a way to connect to the human being. You're with Right. So I know that Dr Rick, if you're listening, I know that the other person can read, but it's just a way of sharing its sharing. Sure is, Yeah. Okay, Here's another one. Don't say howdy. You're not a cowboy, huh? Getting to Dr Rick's favorite one. I only have one more for you before that. Um, uh, there's a variety of ways they could have done this one. We're going to apply medical ointments and creams at home. Not in public. I guess you get to a certain age where you just don't care. So you're fixing that wound right there in the chair in the restaurant or whatever. I've been accused of clipping my nails in the office because I've clipped my nails in the office and my old producer Matthew Bala, who now does a weekend show for us would just flip out. He He really Took issue with that, and I guess he's in the right and I was in the wrong But I was doing that in my thirties, so I don't I don't know if there was an age thing is just an indifference thing. But this is I think we're on the last one, right. This is what Dr Rick from Arlington Heights. Bill Glass said to the Sun Times is his favorite doctor. Rick Tip. You woke up early. No one cares. Uh, I got up to 5 45 this morning. And then I went to bed at nine. Am, and that's my dad to Steve, which is which one sounds the most like Steve Alexander? Mm hmm. I guess I would ask your wife, Diane. She would tell me which is the right answer. Probably the pdf I think I like that one. Yeah, No kidding. Alexander you That's Steve Alexander graze. You've got one that resonates with you the most Maybe not. So we'll see if he can join us on the show maybe tomorrow, but he's based in California, says he misses Chicago. This is what he said to, he said. That's where I did a lot of my improv. It was a great time, he says he misses riding the L reading a book on their way to wait tables. Not sure people miss writing the L these days. 9 26 on WGN Radio news coming up in just a couple of minutes here after that speed jokes And then yesterday when we put a doctor on from Northwestern, he said, Absolutely. Your kids should Where masks in school If they're under 12, because they haven't been vaccinated. So your first grader centigrade, a third grader all the way up to age 12. They need to wear mask and socially distance in school this fall. It's the CDC guidance, and that's what we expect will happen in public schools in Illinois this year, and I just I bemoaned that for the kids. I guess I'm projecting, but I don't want to wear a mask. I'm glad I don't have to now and I hate to see the kids do it. We got a lot of calls yesterday from a lot of you. Who said your kids are okay with it. If we stop making an issue out of it, the kids won't even know to care. May. I suppose that may be true. You know, that's up to you and your kids to decide. But I was at least basing part of the conversation on an article in the New Yorker that said in New York magazine Rather that said that Kids don't get sick from Covid, not even the delta variant. They don't need to be Vax test, said University of Chicago graduate who's a science writer now so just another bit of information, and he's just got a lot of interesting statistics. At 9 45 News is coming up. If you've got an insurance question, you could talk to your nana. But she'd probably just tell you how she insured her couch from stains by covering it with plastic..

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"bill glass" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:06 min | 7 months ago

"bill glass" Discussed on WGN Radio

"This is a football team that needs to win at least eight again next season, and probably nine or 10 for these guys to stick around, which is one of the reasons why they went out. And they got Dalton and which is one of the reasons why they're trying to trade up to get a quarterback that they can groom and hopefully get extensions themselves to stick around. So The Bears are in no position to, uh to rebuild right now. They need to win immediately. Okay? And Justin Fields can do that. You think if they happen to get this quarterback that you seem excited about May listen. They may not win which Justin Fields next year. But if if you draft him now you've given yourself as a GM and a head coach the chance to Soto ownership. Listen, give me a chance now to groom him and turn him into the NFL quarterback. I think he could become in this league and I think that this franchise can win with Mm. Right. How excited are you about the upcoming season? I mean, just I mean fans and stands No after after doing two weeks of draft study. I'm ready for football right now. I got a good month that you know to recharge my batteries in that, uh, it's funny the way the NFL works. You've got the draft this weekend. You'll have NFL rookie camp. Rookie minicamp the following week, and then the schedule comes out so fans get excited about the schedule and then O. T A's, which are off season workouts. They're supposed to start the following week. We don't know if players they're gonna report in person or if they're gonna work out on their own wherever they may be around the country, But you know, this is why the NFL is the number one sport in the world because they capture everyone's interest almost 12 months out of the year, 365 days ago, there's just always something to talk about. When it's about when, when, when you're talking about the NFL? Yeah, well, they've done a good job of that. There's no there's no question about it. It will be interesting to see what happens with our bears. Congrats on the new location to the restaurant before I let you go. You got a new place, right? Tell people about that Another ugly coming up in Lake Shore East, which isn't far from the WGN studios and Hopefully, my partners they're gonna kill me for saying this hopefully will open up on Mother's Day. Oh, wouldn't that be nice? I love that. Now. Wait a minute. Serena yet? No. Yeah, sure. I think your phone's ringing right now You get the text message. Why did you say that low? Why did you say it is Mediterranean food, Right? That's how would you define it? Cause I love it. I just great contemporary Greek. Corridor is Where is my partner? Bill Glass tourist likes to say inspired Greek, so no flaming cheese. No flaming cheese, American hockey instead covered with honey and figs. Hmm. Going out so much texture and taste of that cheese. You're making me hungry. It is so good. Congrats on everything. Luke, That is awesome. And go bears. Thanks, Santa. I'll be excited tomorrow. Don't get watch our coverage on Fox. We will talk to you later. Sports director there. Robert Fox. 32 Luke analysis joining us here? Hey, I mentioned those small business. Alone other grants actually from the federal government. I said, Go to the Illinois website, Illinois government website State of Illinois. Better place to go is the small business Administration the SP A, because it might be hard to find it on the owner website. But if you're interested restaurant bars, food trucks, anything related to sort of that industry. You go ahead and apply these air Federal grants grants that make up for your losses from a pandemic year. So a rough year. They've got $29 billion nationwide. And a lot of it. Come in here. So s P A. You can go to the SP, a website Small Business Association. It is time for the news here on WGN at the top of the hour from the North Western medicine newsroom. Everybody should definitely come to Baltimore way have a way of speaking to each other through food. It's really renewed for me and my love of what I do. It's gonna take something far stronger than a pandemic to defeat us..

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"bill glass" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"bill glass" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In Los Angeles on a result it is Wednesday today the first day of April it is always to have you along everybody we began yesterday you might recall with the realities of supply and demand in this coronavirus economy oil specifically we begin today with a related but slightly more direct concept pricing ventilators are the commodity in question now there aren't enough of them more states one because more people are gonna Needham and the market is making itself heard marketplace Merrill segera which had ventilator pricing dynamics in a pandemic pretty much every day Andrew Cuomo the governor of New York says the same thing it is prosperous things the states all need ventilators and there aren't enough so they've been competing you may now literally will have a company called you up and say well California just outbid you it's like being on eBay with fifty other states bidding on a ventilator California beds Illinois bids Florida beds New York beds California rebates that's literally what we don't I mean inefficient now it's common for states to bid against each other for things like police cars and fire trucks and corporations then brunches teaches public policy at the university of Washington state's computer over over tracking is on the computer for attracting other sorts of businesses all but in an emergency situation things are different because we're not talking about corporate tax incentives these are ventilators that states and hospitals desperately need it's life and death and there's no choice each state has to keep paying whatever it takes they're on their own bill glass goal is the head of state and local initiatives at the Volcker alliance this is one of those war like situations where you wouldn't want to have fifty state spending for defense supplies so we just make no sense when it's a national problem the trump administration could centralize things and put a stop to the bidding war and Rogers again the federal government could easily step in and and say governors stopping we're gonna buy these things and give them to you right now all states have mostly had to fend for themselves FEMA recently got involved but it's essentially just join the bidding war for ventilators in some cases bidding against states like New York and Massachusetts and winning a Merrill Segarra for marketplace in what will surely be the first of all a lot of deals to fall apart Xerox's canceled its hostile takeover bid for H. P. Diehl until this week that was five months in the making the macro economic environment we're in Xerox says is not conducive to the take over any longer well yes but this isn't just printers and computers we are talking about anymore marketplace Justin ho is on the corporate deal desk today mergers and acquisitions are bold and risky bets on the long run if your C. E. O. thinking about making such a deal you want to be pretty confident about what the future holds Mr Pascarella at Cornell's business school so everyone's crystal ball on a good day it's reasonably cloudy today with Colby you just can't see through it and with stock swinging up and down all the time now it's hard to figure out what a company is worth and then there's a question of getting financing for a deal is in the office of the sunny at the university of North Carolina thanks for looking at what's happening in the economy in are becoming much more cautious in making their lending decisions global dealmaking dropped twenty eight percent in the first quarter according to repetitive deals intelligence it's down over fifty percent in the US but deals are necessarily dad Steven David off Solomon at UC Berkeley says private equity firms and big corporations are sitting on a lot of cash right now cash that could be used to pick up a distressed company they're all circling right now and they're going to come in to pick up the pieces still he says that's not likely to happen for at least a few months most companies are reluctant to spend cash while the economy's outlook is still uncertain if your seo looking at the world right now you're just not going to take the risk of an acquisition and once it's incredibly opportunistic Solomon says if dealmaking picks up again it be a sign that the economy is getting healthier I'm Justin Hofer marketplace Wall Street on this first day of April down a lot we'll have the details when we do the numbers even though a lot of us are stuck at home a whole lot other of this drug drivers and mail carriers food and grocery delivery workers for shore they are all out in the world getting us and businesses what we all need also in that category of moving stuff through this economy calm that though this economy is the cruise on barges movin bulk along Americans waterways Austin Golding runs the family business it is of course Golding barge lines than in Vicksburg Mississippi also good doctor again good to talk to you guys so I'm gonna I'm gonna pass on the first question I usually ask which is how's business and I'm gonna ask you how your run a business like yours which depends on people being out in the economy well you keep your people safe Iduna well we've been meeting twice a day on this sense the first week of March actually March second kind of Taylor and our crew exchange and all of our interface with the docks and all of our point of contact with people we've been really managing those down to try to make it the least amount of personal interaction as possible the good news is all the guys on the boat they're isolated the bad news is they can't stay out there forever so we have to have people come and go and they know kinda did their care and a lot of the products that are going towards the fight against this virus and that America really needs is essential piece of what they're doing now to be employees you'll tell me what you're carrying now because I imagine it's changed a little bit yeah it has a lot of the finished products we Kerry already went into making plastics and a lot of the other major raw materials are going to make and it medical devices or medical supplies not to mention the amount of cleaning and detergent solution that goes in but you know that's not what keeps the lights on but we're happy that they're there in those volumes of increased where gasoline has totally decreased and surprisingly diesel has as stayed pretty flat line if not increased slightly in about that's trucking but but what I know when you're bored just pull into port though how does it work great because yeah I'm sure you have to check like like manifesting cargo loads and all that jazz right how do you do that so whenever we're we're in port may come in off the dock our guys on the boat will secure the the vessel to the doc will have an exchange with the dog personnel that's usually over a piece of paper and well they have been posed in that outside of their office their shore side we fill it out with our P. and using gloves and disinfectant they take the paperwork back and process electronically and we never actually interface with with the human on the dock so let me let me take a cellphone pictures of the paperwork and verifying that they've they've Arbel communication it's great you're bringing your own fence smart so this is a hazardous business invested times I imagine right how's your stress level in these extra hazardous times for your people who are out there well I think unification is key and I think if you can communicate and they know that you're paying attention to the issue and you're taking it serious than their stress level goes down I'll tell you my stress level as a business owner is way up from a personal safety component but I I know that our services will will substantiate our existence but I can't control everybody's health and that does cause me that that does give you a lot of stress I have to do the best I can to try to control as much as I can awesome Golding's president Golding bars lines down and Vicksburg Mississippi we talk every now and then we'll we'll talk soon huh stay safe.

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"bill glass" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"bill glass" Discussed on KCRW

"Result it is Wednesday today the first day of April it is always to have you along everybody we began yesterday you might recall with the realities of supply and demand in this coronavirus economy oil specifically we begin today with a related but slightly more direct concept pricing ventilators are the commodity in question now there aren't enough of them more states one because more people are gonna Needham and the market is making itself heard marketplace Merrill segera exit ventilator pricing dynamics in a pandemic pretty much every day Andrew Cuomo the governor of New York says the same thing it is prosperous things the states all need ventilators and there aren't enough so they've been competing you may now literally will have a company called you up and say well California just outbid you it's like being on eBay with fifty other states bidding on a ventilator California beds Illinois bids Florida beds New York beds California rebates that's literally what we don't I mean how inefficient now it's common for states to bid against each other for things like police cars and fire trucks and corporations and brunches teaches public policy at the university of Washington state's computed over over attracting Amazon the computer of retracting other sorts of businesses all but in an emergency situation things are different because we're not talking about corporate tax incentives these are ventilators that states and hospitals desperately need it's life and death and there's no choice each state has to keep paying whatever it takes they're on their own bill glass goal is the head of state and local initiatives at the Volcker alliance this is one of those war like situations where you wouldn't want to have fifty state spending for defense supplies so we just make no sense when it's a national problem the trump administration could centralize things and put a stop to the bidding war and Rogers again the federal government could easily step in and and say governors stopping we're going to buy these things and give them to you right now all states have mostly had to fend for themselves FEMA recently got involved but it's essentially just join the bidding war for ventilators in some cases betting against states like New York and Massachusetts and winning I Merrill Segarra for marketplace in what will surely be the first of all a lot of deals to fall apart Xerox's canceled its hostile takeover bid for H. P. Diehl until this week that was five months in the making the macro economic environment we're in Xerox says is not conducive to the takeover any longer well yes but this isn't just printers and computers we are talking about anymore marketplace Justin ho is on the corporate deal desk today mergers and acquisitions are bold and risky bets on the long run if your C. E. O. thinking about making such a deal you want to be pretty confident about what the future holds this drew Pascarella at Cornell's business school so everyone's crystal ball on a good day it's reasonably cloudy today with Colby you just can't see through it and with stock swinging up and down all the time now it's hard to figure out what a company is worth and then there's a question of getting financing for a deal is in the office of the sunny at the university of North Carolina banks are looking at what's happening in the economy in are becoming much more cautious in making their lending decisions global dealmaking dropped twenty eight percent in the first quarter according to repetitive deals intelligence it's down over fifty percent in the U. S. but deals are necessarily dad Steven David off Solomon at UC Berkeley says private equity firms and big corporations are sitting on a lot of cash right now cash that could be used to pick up a distressed company they're all circling right now and they're going to come in to pick up the pieces still he says that's not likely to happen for at least a few months most companies are reluctant to spend cash while the economy's outlook is still uncertain if your CEO looking at the world right now you're just not going to take the risk of an acquisition and once it's incredibly opportunistic Solomon says if dealmaking picks up again it be a sign that the economy is getting healthier I'm Justin Hofer marketplace Wall Street on this first day of April down a lot we'll have the details when we do the numbers even though a lot of us are stuck at home a whole lot other on this truck drivers and mail carriers food and grocery delivery workers for shore they are all out in the world getting us and businesses what we all need also in that category of moving stuff through this economy calm that though this economy is the cruise on barges movin bulk along Americans waterways Austin Golding runs the family business it is of course Golding barge lines than in Vicksburg Mississippi also good doctor again good to talk to you guys so I'm gonna I'm gonna pass on the first question I usually ask which is how's business and I'm gonna ask you how your run a business like yours which depends on people being out in the economy well you keep your people safe Iduna well we've been meeting twice a day on this sense the first week of March actually March second kind of Taylor and our crew exchange and all of our interface with the docks and all of our point of contact with people we've been really managing those down to try to make it the least amount of personal interaction as possible the good news is all the guys on the boat they're isolated the bad news is I can't stay out there forever so we have to have people come and go and they know kinda did their care and a lot of the products that are going towards the fight against this virus and that America really needs the essential piece of what they're doing to be employees you'll tell me what you're carrying now because I imagine it's changed a little bit yeah it has a lot of the finished products we Kerry already went into making plastics and a lot of the other mid raw materials are going to make and it medical devices or medical supplies not to mention the amount of cleaning and detergent solution that goes in but you know that's not what keeps the lights on but we're happy that they're there in those volumes of increased where gasoline has totally decreased and surprisingly diesel as as stayed pretty flat line if not increased slightly in about that's trucking but but what I know when you're bored just pull into port though how does it work great because yeah I'm sure you have to check like like manifesting cargo loads and all that jazz right how do you do that so whenever we're we're import me coming in off the dock our guys on the boat will secure the the vessel to the doc will have an exchange with the dog personnel that's usually over a piece of paper and well they have been posed in that outside of their office their shore side we fill it out with RPN using gloves and disinfectant they take the paperwork back and process electronically and we never actually interface with with the human on the dock so let me let me take a cellphone pictures of the paperwork and verifying that they've they've Arbel communication it's great to bring in your own pence smart so this is a hazardous business invested times I imagine right how's your stress level in these extra hazardous times for your people who are out there well I think unification is K. and I think if you can communicate and they know that you're paying attention to the issue and you're taking it serious than their stress level goes down I'll tell you my stress level as a business owner is way up from a personal safety component but I I know that our services will will substantiate our existence but I can't control everybody's health and that does cause me that that does give me a lot of stress I have to do the best I can to try to control as much as I can awesome Golding's president Golding bars lines down and Vicksburg Mississippi we talk every now and then we'll we'll talk soon huh stay.

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"bill glass" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"bill glass" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"And I'm sure in Colorado you of companies that do that because it's pretty much the hardest way to go right now it's the big thing and that is with foam so the companies will come in they'll drill through the mortar small holes if it's a brick home would home their drill through those of its signing they'll slip just a little bit the sighting of they drill holes and then under pressure they pump of foam in that wall and the beautiful thing about that is before they do it they'll be able to determine what that cavity is so they'll be able to give you about how much you know our values they will be able to obtain but the biggest thing there Tony is since it's a foam in it fills all the nooks and crannies it'll lemonade all drafts in your home will be so much more quiet warm N. inviting I that's but there is certainly an energy savings there regardless of what the cavity sizes but there there's probably an inch cavity but they will check that first yeah in the attic I want the two more more credible contemplation and then our urinal hi bill glass installation on top of that okay then do we do we know what kind of our value we've achieved with both those installations of his point I really don't know well they can check that so with those types of installations that you just mentioned to me you can probably figure and our value of about somewhere between two and three per inch of thing yes then the you know the put it on the insulation bags of the department of energy they will have a recommended all our value for your area of the country so in my area for an attic it's in our forty two if I was doing fibre glass or I was doing cellulose I just do you know do the math what I need about sixteen inches or something like that you know fourteen to sixteen inches of not being good check thank you very much can appreciate I enjoy your show my thank you thank.

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"bill glass" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"bill glass" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"bill glass" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

12:50 min | 2 years ago

"bill glass" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Is the Georgetown quickly I want to give everyone else a chance I totally agree with with students criteria for what should be an impeachment articles and what shouldn't and I just want to press her slightly on whether the monument or some aspect of monuments past those good things like they do to me in that there's a very clear clause of the constitution for beating them there's even a slight connection to this scandal in the fact that the beginning of the call the Ukraine president mentions that he's paid the requisite bribe the trump hotel so maybe we should be all of that you mentioned mentions that and you know it and it's been ongoing fairly in the open so wonder why you think that doesn't fit because you mentioned you thought doesn't fit the criteria and then drawn a line in the media question please tell people the title of your recent book on that subject. we have a me with seven other people with a Brookings press box that's coming at the end of January about news coverage of sixteen campaign called words that matter the news media coverage of two thousand sixteen campaign which I'd love to love to plug and you can pre order on Amazon right now. I'm a previous book. why Americans hate the media which about trust in the media over time thank thank you I do I do need to plug that but I told me to. to know good questions and then we'll go to the other side of the room who wants to jump in for a surprise. I mean one of the interesting things about investigations is how you never know where it's going to take you so for the first twenty four hours after the U. than Ukraine story bro there was an effort to get the whistle blower reports the whistle blower for came that and it took people awhile to read the text. the whistle blower report says in it this is been this has happened before meaning that politically sensitive issues were put into that secret server in order to hide them essentially from the rest of the government and the it is very interesting how this issue may begin with Ukraine but and with Russia or Saudi Arabia or another country because it is now come out that there is that there are hidden communications and so it it reminds me of the revelation of the White House taping system during Watergate again it was a throw away okay it was something that nobody ever even knew about nobody knew what was gonna happen once it was out there everybody's that oh my god. this this can do it now I would assume that at some point in this process a sub group of Democrats and Republicans with the properly high security clearances are going to have a look at that Sir. and they're gonna have to say that they're gonna have to look at and say okay what's in here right is this isn't all covert operations and military movements or is it something else what makes your suspicions is that that server began to be used the day after the famous meeting between trump and the Russian foreign minister in the Russian ambassador where they threw out the Americans the let the Russians state so there's there's just a lot more cat lot more to happen here. it's it's sort of quickly so there is a one factual question we still don't know about the use of this code word system which is a segmented system for highly classified materials going not that we don't know whether or not what the White House did was they classified something let's say a secret no foreign level something that would be typical for a call with a foreign leader they left that classification working and then they put it on a system that usually doesn't handle about lower classification or whether or not they actually took the step of offering the classification we can take a long time to walk down the different paths but there's a that's a very critical sort of questions of the outside but there's a bigger question to ask like the cooking compasses both of those and that's that we have particular process these and rules are in place to protect national security information for national security purposes there's lots of things the White House might not want to become public might not want to leave right so yeah because like this with foreign leaders health care policy tax policy right and anything you know that the new you can sort of imagine for political purposes or even valid purpose is the White House might not want to make public Susan Hennessy Brookings missing the tools and processes of the knack of the national security community to achieve those goals that are actually not about national security national security purposes that starts to become abusive then if there's any suggestion that some of his action was undertaken to actually conceal crimes or to do things like put the information in a place where even federal investigators who had security clearances would not have access to people like Robert molars investigators then we're down a much more serious pass but again we still lack sort of some of the initial factual information there and so what if we sort of have to hold off on precise judgment on the emoluments question I agree it's sort of it's a borderline one you know I'd make two points and I think that there is a reasonable and and I would actually subscribe to the argument that the president is in violation of the emoluments clause that said I think we have taken. but it's an open constitutional question in part because multiple courts at this point have weighed in differently on different sort of definitional issues of what qualifies as in a moment if there's a requirement to divest things like that and so you have to concede that there is an openness of the constitutional question to Congress could pass laws unambiguously Congress could pass laws that sort of restraining the president's ability to it to engage in conducting foreign business they haven't done not because they haven't been able to build a legislative coalition and so I do think that it becomes really perilous and you see Congress in teaching for something when they haven't taken those preliminary stops because again it does start to look like an end run around the ordinary constitutional processes so I would put emoluments not in saying it's not serious non thing I don't personally believe he's violating it but impeachment is a remedy of last resort and I don't think Congress can go there if it hasn't uses the additional remedies first. anyone else want to come in or will let's have a Mike again if you could stay up there you go let's take the three hands here worth in geographical border. all three of you come in please thank you only a piece on my my question is since the impeachment is a little political versus a legal trial in the previous impeachment. unlike previous impeachments this president has the ability to communicate directly with each and every voter throughout the process so how do you think that that might impact preceding his ability to in essence work the jury throughout the entire impeachment process. our next step person nearby thank you greetings good to see if I am asking with a Hispanic outlook a lot of young people are so fervent about gun control and some of these other issues I think so many people see this is an incredible waste of time so I'm curious what do you think about your Kalinka bill Galston suggestion that go for censorship. yeah center and then this thank you and good question and then this gentleman over here I I didn't show live from China's Xinhua news agency I just a follow up question on the role of the media the New York times first revealed partially though of the act any of the whistle for and and also said in a story that what has been revealed has already been known to the White House so I'm wondering what is your comment on the New York times contact do you think this is inappropriate or appropriate thank you. SO three question mark when you start sure I'll take the first one on it's a really good question. a lot fairer we've done some interesting work I think I'm sort of understanding of the the river the role of the presidency over time I think and I think in our find founding fathers I don't think would envision and the president Saddam speaking directly all the time to the American people what they envision where the you know the the Congress in the presence of working together speaking to each other about important policy issues and managing the the government of the country obviously that has changed drastically over time and is in top even more in this presidency because of Twitter so I think it is a very little very serious question in the process of doing all the trial in the Senate didn't that the jurors are actually the senators and so what they are hearing from from home what that meeting this is our will play a big role in this which I think is why everyone's talking about the media so much so I think how those key Republican senators what they're hearing from home is going to be dependent on what their constituents are hearing through the media so there's just no end through Twitter so there's no question that that is going to play a big role here on and it's why though in my view the way the impeachment in the house is laid out how it's you know connecting the fundamental values is so key because in order to overcome that all in all of the noise of the Twitter in of of media there has to go away for these more fundamental messages to to sort of get out there and that's going to be absolutely crucial in my view in this process. I'll take this this venture questions as my colleague bill glass is not here but he's written a very interesting Wall Street journal piece on this one of the advantages of center is that its majority vote Elaine code K. mark two thirds so you can see this process going forward you can see a vote in the Senate the doesn't quite get to two thirds but being replaced by a centre vote and I think that if you look at the democratic numbers and then you add in the Mitt Romney couple other advanced fast made maybe a couple other ones to Cory Gardner you can you can definitely see a censure of this president that has happened before and I think it is an option that will that will be on the table depending on where this kind of votes go. so I'll jump on the first two questions quickly to follow up I think the president's ability to move public opinion on Twitter is wildly overrated if if his ability to use Twitter moved public opinion he'd have a ninety percent approval rating he does he communicates with a certain set of his supporters via Twitter which I would argue is also actually quite over over blown in terms of this of the size of the people he he's reaching and and who is it who are effectively viewing that up but other sources Democrats democratic presidential candidates and others are going to have just as much power to reach people by the same means and so it will be a communications wore an impeachment will be an end of trial as well and yes the president has a unique approach to Twitter and in many ways I think he's built his own popularity in part because of it but I I think it is a moment that his if he hasn't been able to resuscitate his presidency so far with this I don't think given the seriousness of the allegations between is gonna help him all that much here. with regard to the second question about bills piece on center I'm I disagree with bill vehemently on this I think that yes we have Bennett moments were censure has been a prop applied and yes maybe it will be an easier route I'm we have not been at a point in our nation's history where we have had a president facing the types of allegations that he is currently facing right now bribing a foreign nation withholding funding that is as Margaret pointed out at the beginning is that the life blood of that country's sovereignty in some ways we have been at other points in our history where censure was important or maybe meaningful this is not one of them this is this is a reason to such a significant point that the constitutional mechanisms are important and I think.

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"bill glass" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"bill glass" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

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"bill glass" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

12:02 min | 2 years ago

"bill glass" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"All the femme femme a trump supporter my concern is not over trump's involvement with this with this app Steen loser it's the Southern District who we know has vowed to get trump and the former lead the former head of the Southern District well first we had well we've got a lot of these guys parade bahara who was fired by trump when he did what all presidents do which is basically clans all of these different districts N. bahara became a bitter now we get this Berman guy in there and he hates trump and before that I forget the guy's name I'm looking at I'm trying to find it if anybody has the answer please please call producer Ryan the guy he was I guess he was not the head of the a six district or the Southern District but the guy who was like a top prosecutor in New York and it was found out he was beating up on on his woman and he was you know all of his his sexual antics came to light I hope this is a jogging somebody's memory because I'm looking and I'm looking and I can't find it I'm Bob find it probably soon as the show is over did to to to to to anyway no not no not eaten Pat's not eaten pads good not at no not Eliot Spitzer he was a governor only got five forget this guy's name of somebody else who I'm talking about it always good is his girl or his wife for is a is mysteries or mistresses you know the guy was the guy was you know going around a dog collar and he was he's only Saito **** if I remember correctly anyway I just don't remember the guy's name I would have concern because clearly the bias Southern District has it in for trump but well we'll see is that as time goes on and once they won't be able to to ensnare trump you can expect that journalist will this will go just to same thing you could just follow the case of Harvey Weinstein just follow that what really shocks me over his talking about apps these for assistance this goes to show you that some people will do anything for a Buck who basically help cover up and assist no wasn't James pack was not James pack not JPEG good one but not James pack Jewish guy I just forget his name I I I forgot his name I'll look for the next break not James back though not bahara not panic god maybe wasn't the lead at the Southern District but he was a maybe it was up and all but I don't remember but I do know that he was another and then you know after coming out in the hammering on trump short time later it was discovered that you know this guy was on this one the sexual deviance and he quit and shame after coming out and talking about how he cares about women and you know the whole jargon that they laid down and making laws that protect women it came out and that he was abusing women shocking I know I'll look for the next break hopefully I'll be able to find it and come up with the name so my concern is the fact that the biased Southern District just like in the case where all of a sudden now governor Cuomo I signed a bill that will allow trumps state taxes to be released course is unconstitutional and this will be fought in the courts I tell you folks we're gonna look back on it the the you know should I be still walking and breathing but some of you younger folks you don't back in twenty and thirty and forty years and the way the courts have been stacked with conservatives by the president and his administration and you're gonna be very thankful that may be his greatest legacy will see as time goes along there's some other things but that may be his his greatest legacy when when we look back because as we know or as I've mentioned many times the left on three rooms the court room the classroom and the news room so let's find out all right but when I say this is trumpets an all time high in the washer boy these people must really be burning remember you can't burn a gym please because they're smarter I know I'm repeating myself but it bears repeating and when you tell them no when you call them the enemy of the people they get really mad because remember they think they're special they think the American people look up to them they think the American people are waiting on baited breath for what they want to report they actually believe this they actually believe that they are a central to our representative Republic which they call a democracy of which were not a democracy but they call it democracy the same ones that stole their own primary and journalists didn't care so when they tell you about democracy and how important they are and the third rail the four they went off the rails these people believe they're above criticism I've given you many personal stories about this they believe that beyond criticism and blah blah blah blah blah now they'll hang with the story Intel it flames out just like they did would wind Steen trump up to forty seven percent in the latest Washington post ABC news poll Bob Paul Hey you got to be thinking you have to you if you know these people like I do and their absolute scum and trash they're sending a thinking what I'm telling the American people every day how much of a piece of garbage companies can people respect me but how can this be how can trump possibly be just about break even believe me they're very mad about this now putting this pulled aside the only pulled I really ever pay attention to and certainly not this far out brass mustn't and the business daily because they're the only two that got the last election correct while everybody else had heinous Hillary winning in a landslide business daily and and Rasmussen had trump winning and not look again I don't really polls are nice if you try to make your case it's anecdotal it really had because you could take a poll today tomorrow you call a different five hundred people you get a different result we know the left cheats on polls the older poll Democrats in virtually every single poll they all were bold Democrats and I'll say it again there's nothing to stop these people from say so you supporting trump yes click there's nothing to stop them and we know they'll go to any that there is no low for these people and they're still you talk about they call themselves progressives and these people are still back in the nineteen twenties when you know people will pull phase and seventy percent of people say they support the FDR well I want to be on that side to they think it still works that way and they stood and they they they still believe despite all of the solid evidence that we hate them we don't believe them and we use them for fodder in we tear them apart room we tear them apart piece by piece there's nothing to stop these people with anybody now it's illegal but who's going to prove it during the rain yes hello my name is my name is bill glass from the Washington post the home of a right and go to yes we'd like you to take a couple minutes to take this so Paul what is the other couple moments they call you of course right during dinner of course now is the answer no really would say no but let's just play along here okay I'll take your pool okay Brian from a scale of one to five five being that it's important to you tell me how you would rate diese categories okay sure global warming one it is the right one hi I don't maybe they'll hang for a second free education one okay let's move on how would you rate the job of the current president president Donald Trump from one to five how would you rate the job that the president is doing five stars that sounds about right can anybody tell me that this does not happen can anybody tell me with a hundred percent certainty how is it ladies and gentleman how is if I'm wrong how is it that every single poll always comes out in favor of the leftist or the left if caught how is that if they're not pull jamming or whatever you want to call it they always seem to come out with these polls eighty seven percent say they're in favor of all bomb a care the next date is about on obamacare how is this if this stuff is not fixed too coincidental to be coincidental you can't tell me these things are fixed we already know the insidious nature of journalist we already know well I do I won't speak for you that they are the biggest enemy of the American people we already know that their habitual liars so here they want to influence people how they do it a lot they they do it by lying on their coverage not telling you the stuff they don't want you to know so you tell me what's the stop them from the jury president trump five click nobody can tell me that I'm wrong you can't tell me I'm wrong I can't prove that I'm right but you certainly can't tell me that I'm wrong there's no way you can tell me I'm wrong and I know I'm right because I know these people and their insidious in their lives when we come back I mentioned here a couple weeks ago and then I remain.

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"bill glass" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"bill glass" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Yeah. I almost said, yeah. Popeye's and I forgot that he did that to that was him. This is probably as big as hit right place, wrong time. And we played this, but I got it from the text line. So we can't really this. I mean, I don't want to claim responsibility. Evidently, do you killed them. I don't eat. Well, we didn't really Preston. Do this song, we'll go around in circles of Billy Preston. But it sounded familiar. Yeah. Yeah. But. Rain. He'll so was on an episode this. This is one of those things that I know. And there's no reason that I remember it but I do. Please don't eat the daisies nineteen sixty. He was on an episode of SCTV, Dr John was and the deal was John candy, used to play a guy named Gil Fisher, and it was a segment called deficient musician where every week, you'll Fischer would sit down with another person from the world of music, and they would talk about just whatever they felt like talking about. So he was on that. And then they also did a thing called Polynesian town that was a parody of Chinatown. And Dr John was in that and I don't know why I remember it, but he was aside from having a great like one of the best gravelly voices of all time. I I'm guessing he smoked at once or twice, but confusing with Dr hook and the medicine where is mother, I had to what I read the obituary last night in my head. I'm like, is this so is dead? There's I know they're both medical doctors. Doctor Dr John was a guy doctor hook was banned, right? There was no doctor hook. I think you're right. I was Dr hook and the medicine. Show was okay. And he was also the inspiration for the muppet character. Dr teeth was he. I don't know who Dr teeth doctor, you know, the band that animal plays drums in. I love him. So he's the keyboard player, but I didn't know he was in spread. But that makes sense his real name. I don't know his real name. Oh, there's no way. I ll stands don't we'll be looked at us. I did. I don't know remember them redneck. Oh, yeah. Why does that sound familiar? No. I'm sure it's just John right? Oh, it was Malcolm, John revenue back, but there's no medical training in his in his background. Right. That was just a lost his license. He was a big bad voodoo daddy in every obituary. I've read of him. I read to read to today. They mentioned voodoo inspired music. And I didn't know such thing existed. But yeah, I guess. Right. What does that mean he stuck needles and things when he was writing? I have a voodoo doll afraid to. Surprise Bertrand's faces on. It's I don't even know a family member of my answer. Mom got it for me or sister, when they were on vacation somewhere. And it's just a voodoo doubts in actually have two of them. Does it doesn't resemble anybody? You know. No, it's just like a Dallas just generic one. Yeah, there's yeah, but I could put a little picture of you or Bertrand thought it had to be affected. I thought you had trying to make it, it's just cool looking at because I think, in voodoo legend you have to attach like the hair of somebody or personal clothing. I was picking your Switzer's while you're doing it. Yeah. That makes sense. Now to clone. You now that your DNA do that, too humid of you, take a broken glasses, too. Using Bertrand's slammed back doing this one in the office. And he ended other flying buttress coming off the side of his head. All right. Here's the thing married. Steve, I thought bills glasses broke technically. They didn't they did they pair. Okay. Because yesterday I looked at you in the office, and there was one arm of the glasses, which is like pointing, like as your arm would be pointing straits. It was not over your ear just a skew. It breaks away from the year. And then he goes flying on its own. So I'm talking to me turn his head. And here's this like it's like a jet fuel thing, you and the air fuel from the other car plants. It's like flying off the side of his head. I should care like, if it made any sense, I would care and I go, I got to do something about this. But I don't care, even my wife said you, you know, at some point, you have to get that fixed. And I yeah, a couple of weeks month take one I just know. I want, I want you to have them at some point, you'll need a backup pair. I have backyard. That's the most people do story. I'm going to go to I'm going to take twenty bucks a week. So, yeah. To the dollar store. You can go for weeks in a row and spend a dollar each time. My play away at the dollar store very successful major market radio host, and he's got a arm or go to tender off the side of his head. I'm the cover story for this month's bad glasses magazine. Proud to tell you all. All right. We must take a break. We'll take a quarter break, then we'll come back. We've got a huge show including your chance to win a wonderful gift package, courtesy of Omaha Steaks. All you have to do is be a winner on WGN that's before we get out of here later on stay here. It's Bill and Wendy WGN.

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"bill glass" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:27 min | 3 years ago

"bill glass" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Good morning, everyone the morning after the state of the union address. Hey, we have something yesterday that I've been here. Four years. We we had everyone for lunch. Won the whole staff went up to patsies on west fifty six rate restaurant, by the way, we'll Sinatra's favor restaurants. So we know it's going to be good and also puff. Daddy. Sean combs, great Italian restaurant. We had a whole staff. Low had everybody works at W behind the scenes people. I'd never met. Yup. Sales staff like Natalie Anthony, you've never met him before the first time I ever saw. I couldn't recognize Anthony he didn't have his hoodie onerous hat. So Anthony are Anthony our associate producer always wears a baseball cap or a hoodie. He had nothing on his head. Guy. Look handsome. About ten years younger. He has a wears glasses in the morning. So has glasses on the your cats. You know, I've been making all this time. But you're you're kinda hot for once. You didn't look like you sleep on your parents cow. Jess, it was really nice. But anyway, patsies the food was great great. But we want to thank sow, and it's terrific staffer taking care of everybody. But Pat Patsy the original Patsy is the grandson. He's carried on the tradition, and the fact that they've stayed there in that location forever on west fifty six of you looking for a great Italian place. Go to pass these thank them for their them. Get his book. Yeah. He he. Autographed books to me. Yes. Cookbook, it's cookbook. So I want to try out some of those rescue told me that remember Paul Castellano, the Gambino family crime head who was killed by Godley. Sal told me that Paul Castellano used to go there and have lunch. He was the guy killed at sparks was. He was so thank God. He wasn't. Well, I suppose if you're a restaurant or you kind of would like a mob hit in your place map. Sparks steakhouses still in business. Because people are going there you see we're big eight there. I pep back to the wall. Or does enough for that. Yeah. Has all but also Tommy Lasorda dodgers and the Yankees alias. They have a great Sinatra story, he always ate there. And then so thanksgiving Frank Sinatra calls up, I guess sales the grandfather and said, hey, yo, what's for dinner tonight? And the guy didn't have the heart to tell them that they were closed. Oh, so what he did was he called the staff back and said bring your family's here. We'll have dinner here. Just kind of Philip the restaurant. So Frank doesn't feel I think Frank eight by himself that night, isn't that the story because he was a story entire staff came in. They brought their all their families. And they all move there. Thanksgiving dinner. I ask you one thing about yesterday's lunch has Bartlett stopped drinking. I'm telling you he was lit before. The main course came. Are you so energetic and a rat telling stories you're such a racket Tournus who is this guy barley, we should socialize more often. I do my best work, obviously bars. Well, obviously. You're listening to you every warning guy. Yeah. Who's fallen asleep at the table. You know, he's almost his face goes into was played a spaghetti. Out of here. I'm out of here. And then Joe says, hey, let's get another drink. Joe after lunch you guys outlet for another story. Well, Joe wants to go to some Irish pub old looney looney, which is a loonies. But I said, listen, you can't get a very nice glass of Rosetta from Crete or provost. I heard you took Anthony. And somebody from sales, and I said, let's go to moly votes, which is an excellent Greek restaurant in midtown by the way. So we went there and I bought the first round of drinks. And then Joe bought the second round the rings. He wasn't happy with the Bill to the cell Darah. Who's next to me? I said good mcglasson does that say seventy dollars. Zip. Right. He's a. You're drinking. We had Anthony I introduced to Rosa from Crete, which he enjoyed very much. We were having decent glasses of wine. Bartley see it costs like fifteen bucks a glass of wine. Good. You know, we have a bottle of Jameson. So then fall on the floor and Louise. Allude these really, it's a great place. A looney looney loonies I like him. I like an Irish pub a shepherd's pie from time to time. But you don't go to an Irish bar for Rosa from Provence for sure. Okay. For dave. It from the Peloponnese. How did the Bartlett drive home is? I wanna know he said his car does the way. Pace, myself, gentlemen. Oh my goodness. But anyway, he still the phase face gave him the Bill glasses of wine for seventy bucks. I will not soon. Forget. It on your expense. The joint Bartlett big spender. W O are expensive. Heartbeat as right? Hey on a serious note and this came out yesterday because the crime stats in New York City are generally good shootings are down robberies down other crimes are down. But there's a big spike in hate crimes, for example, through February the fourth NYPD investigative forty two hate crimes as compared with nineteen this time, you're and as Shiva detectives Dermott Shay says, well, well, let him say it. We've had one individual account for ten to fifteen separate incidents eight the number of arrests in the last couple of weeks one in the Upper West side and in the two precinct swastikas were spray painted. They're saying mostly are antisemitic hate crimes really, and they're not they have yet to rule on the hammer attack that killed three net Chinese restaurant or I remember sheep's at bay with three died that could have been a hate crime. But they haven't decided to classify it as such. Here's the police chief James O'Neill, we're gonna make sure that we Dr community council meetings in our NCO public safety summit meetings. That this subject is brought up proactively Alice Stockton row CD on the case. And we'll have her report later this morning. About an hour from now, why hate crimes are up? And why antisemitic attacks are up, and we shall analyse one other crime note is that the jury had a full day yesterday in El Chapo, so they've had now had a day and a half. Right. So no verdict. But the fascinating thing about yesterday's jury deliberations as they asked the judge to reread testimony from two of the witnesses. And the judge said if I did that it would take four or five days. So he came the transcripts go read this. So so what's your gut tell you about? I mean the longer they're out. Yes. The more chance that El Chapo gets a hung jury or something, you know, they're trying to I guess, you know, it's beyond a reasonable doubt. And they're trying to nail it down in a they've asked for definitions on some of the drugs, and they've asked to have testimony reread. But yeah, the longer this goes the more you have to wonder what's really going to happen here. I don't know. There's no defense case. I mean there was none. The defense is final argument lasted about two minutes. Yeah. Okay. So it's all based on whether or not you believe the case. The prosecution percents is the prosecution went weeks and weeks and the defense went thirty minutes at one guy up there who said that an FBI guy had changed what he said about one of the witnesses or something I think their big thing is that El Chapo is really not the head of this big drug. Yeah. So that he's being framed. Most people he killed with his bare hands ceases being framed for. Oh, he was too small to do that. Remember, that's what they said. This was like a charming little guy to me. You are such a whip. Mr. Chabot, you wanna come by Broadway. Chattel, absolutely. Drink. Why would it be at a barrack? His favourite show. Here we go what I'm telling you. You can have on Broadway. Chapo on Broadway. I've just did. I just said I do believe you give the person in the dock the benefit of the doubt, especially if he's killed eight hundred thousand people and the president of Mexico. Get you and your family if you convict him, especially if you're on the jury. Exactly, right. Hey coming up next. We have more on Liam Niessen that big fiasco. Yeah story brewing there and the end the line is the end of the line. I tell you for a major hit television show, and we.

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"bill glass" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

16:51 min | 3 years ago

"bill glass" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"How do you determine what is a fake news story from a real news story, very difficult because the waters have been muddied so bad unless you were there to actually witness that in reality don't even know, exactly. And there's that fine line between the fake news story that hurts someone or the fake news story that is put out for entertainment and stuff like that. And that's what we have to watch out for. You're listening to art bell somewhere in time tonight, featuring coast to coast AM from January twenty eighth nineteen ninety nine. All right. What kind of update the headlines in the next hour right now. Linden won't how from Philadelphia Linda is. She put us this. I think the nation's premier crop circle animal mutilation investigator. She really resists that title. I think that she has one. Some number of awards for her environmental documentaries. Bre sciences careful applauding a very careful. Indeed. And you can be sure when you hear something you can take it to the Bank. If Linda Moulton house says it. She's a science reporter here on coast a weekly reporter on dreamland here. She is Linda. Hi, linda. Hi, art. And I forgot miss Iowa. No, no. I don't miss Idaho. Designing. Well, it helped put me through my master's degree at Stanford University that set me on this path of investigating science medicine in the environment. Also, put a lot of web hits on my website. Well, I have always been intrigued by the world around me. And I am also sad as we are getting ready to go into the next century at how much deterioration there is on this planet is mysterious marine deaths are in the news again on Wednesday, January twenty seven eleven bottlenose. Dolphins were found dead off southern Thailand. And no one knows why the dolphins were all young male about five and a half feet long spokesman at the Phuket marine tech center said quote, it is rare and strange to find dolphin this young and strong dying in such large numbers, unquote. The center has received six of the dead dolphins to determine the cause of death. The Thai golf is home to several hundred bottlenose dolphin. So it is important to find out. What is killing them also making? Headlines this week where scientists who finally hit bedrock about two thirds of a mile. They need the Arctic in what's known as simple dome and immense bald your vice five hundred miles north of the south pole. It took three years of drilling. The project is sponsored by the National Science Foundation in Washington DC, the goal is to find out if there was any time in earth past when he had Arctic ice cap was completely gone next year the research team hopes to dig up several feet of underlying bedrock to see if that was ever exposed to sunlight or cosmic Ray. Yes, I saw them landing on CNN, by the way. Yeah. And so far other evidence to this point suggests much of the Antarctic ice cap did vanish about one hundred and twenty five thousand years ago. If that's true what happened back then. Club when with global warming upon us and sea levels rising into this next century could this happen again in our future. This is one of the challenges to this scientific effort. Now each month I received several reports from people in the United States and other countries who described being unusual object in the sky that they cannot identify for those close enough to see a shape the description is usually round oval or cylindrical or sometimes diamond ice cream cone or boomerang, and then there is another class of aerial vehicles. That are very large and silent, those are the triangle. For example, between November nineteen eighty nine and March nineteen ninety two billion and military officials in Belgium received over twenty five hundred reports of large silent triangles over that country. And we're also millions with the March thirteenth nineteen Ninety-seven appearance of an unidentified large silent. Triangle over Phoenix, Arizona estimated by some witnesses to be nearly a mile or two miles long. Even further back in time. There is the April nineteen fifty four US war departments. Majestic twelve psalm one on one training man, that's reprinted in my book glimpses of other realities volume too, high strangeness and his also in the Bob and Ryan would document in it. There is a section labeled extraterrestrial technology description of craft and state, quote, Airfoil or triangular shape. This crap. Raft is believed to be new technology due to the rarity and recency of the observation. Radar indicates, and I saw Sali's triangle profile the longest side being nearly three hundred feet in length. Little is known about the performance of these crafts due to the rarity of good sightings. But they are believed capable of high speeds and abrupt maneuvers similar to or exceeding the performance attributed to disk and ovoid shapes, unquote. And that was in nineteen fifty four description by our own government tonight and want to report an extraordinary triangle crafting counter that took place on the Cold War border of east and west Germany near Fulda in the summer of nineteen eighty nine Fulda is northeast of Frankfurt. The eyewitness his retired. Army sergeant Clifford Eastone author of UFO's are real sergeant stone, sir for more than twenty years. As an American is an. Armie nuclear biological and chemical retrieval specialist. He feels strongly that the United States government should go on the record publicly about its knowledge of extraterrestrial craft an entity that is why he is writing and speaking out. Story begins on a late summer afternoon in nineteen eighty nine about four months after the Belgian flyovers of triangle shape, craft had made international news. Sergeant stone is standing in a checkpoint tower with other security people and can clearly see guards in the east German tower across the border. An alert comes in that a new Soviet aircraft is coming toward them low to the ground. Sergeant stone told me what happened during my recent visit to his Roswell New Mexico home here for the first time with his permission is an excerpt from that interview ardent Clifford stone. Now, you're going to hear it first folks here he comes. This is what the person must reporting. This has no knowledge. He's he's making an assumption here, he's assuming Soviet peasants coming into Soviet side and actually comes over and very carefully glides this white. Well, since we were already involved in. We could see that it was some opinion you're shape from a distance, and it came in very slowly in turn have a vehicle. That is trained you learn shape. That is probably. Or five story high three rows of. What appears to be lighted windows reports or something. Three football fields across on either side. This is this is no crap. Developed on this thousand feet equilateral final equilateral. This is huge. Here in the tower outside on the towel. I still have Bill glasses, and I look at it. But are you behind? The tower is open it it took on definite definite dimensioned. What you could tell. This was not any type of. Conventional typer frame of the Soviet are any other country on the face of the third when you saw how you Jit was your immediate impact on. You was a woman of fear. But then your fear tunes. All because. You're seeing something that defies the imagination. You're seeing something that. You want the grand tour you want? You really want to see what this is all about. Color. Are you seeing at that time? We are seeing underneath we have one big nappy of light right at the center. Then along lightly inside the craft you have. Rose. I I didn't tell them. I can't recollect tell me several rows flashing lights more like colored like every caller limbo. Are they going like this this or going around like that? Then all of a sudden. Faster speed. The triangle itself is like border edge. Denise flashing different color line, flashing different color, like the great big red light in the middle right in the middle of the corner of the triangle inside with the colored lights. Are you have like a only shirt, amber? Light at each. And sometimes they would clash one. There was a high background radiation strong enough to kill the people who within. What was it? The people that was involved in. It should have been dead. In point four hours because of the background radiation. Yep. There was no ill. There was some people who got sick. But this is more along the lines of fear causes people get sick. And where they all military. Oh, yes. Oh, yes. As far as the use of billions go locations we were at. Thanks for being sought. None really came out reported on the Soviet side. I have no knowledge. German side, I have happened here. But you military people who were going to a hospital. We had no trade people who came down nauseous. The eight personnel to get them right up there on again. They got sick. They they've honored right there. What was the craft in the sky above them? When they started bombing directly over us because you have you have an area that is of Soviet territory. Between. That there's no one there. I mean, it's a no man's zone. So the triangle is. Was over the Soviet territory. It didn't come into our territory, we had fighter aircraft scrambled from rhinestone airforce base. Yup. Intercept that standard staff. Intercept identify the phone. And they were doing this. But we could not go into our in the Soviet territory. Now, we which I wasn't involved with, but we were monitoring radio traffic from the Soviet side. And I know that they were very alarming. What they were saying they also Campbell some FOX staff. Do an intercepted me FOX bats were in fact on and there was discussion of them. There was discussion as to Dan engaging. This crap. People vomiting on the Russian side too. I don't know. On our side. I was there. I know what happened Soviet side. We could see we can tell that. They were panicky just like that. We're the men who were vomiting within. What does the from the? I would say they the closest approach was probably maybe two hundred and is that early call six hundred feet in the air. Okay. And how do you think it was all I would say. It was probably four or five hundred feet high low. That's why it was very it would have been higher. Would have been awesome. But you wouldn't have the feeling that was gonna land. I mean you ever gonna win. We we were about to be confronted and your hair. Was standing up on it. I mean. Yeah. And you know, we felt like. We felt that there was something more than being. Aren't fears. Many who said it wasn't afraid. I can understand a person trying to deny being thing. Insane more than I could not. I could understand a person thing. He saw he wasn't afraid. This is about four hundred five hundred feet of maybe at about an angle of six hundred feet on an angle. Men. You yourself included in the tower would be about feet away from it. Roughly. I didn't get sick. I didn't feel nauseous. I took an alka seltzer after that. But I always had problems out. Social always me feel better temperature warm Colo. You felt cold? But I here again, I think that was more a lot of more of a psychological factors. You feel any Libration? Actually, not actually we're losing audience. Very quiet. The guy on my left from right here. We go. And one guy one ahead on the back of the agencies being one one three we had and I take. And one guy was getting ready to file needs at the object. And I went ahead. And I told him the hold on don't do anything. Don't find anything not in any danger. You do something like that. Maybe. But it was. Yeah. He went ahead and regained his composure. All of this scared. Even y'all no-one no-one. We didn't we didn't we hold our ground. But you forced to you. You were frayed. I mean, you really you really had this fear. And. You had your weapons drawn or weapons we we had our weapons. I mean, you could even hear them seem realm and the Colonel there Lieutenant Colonel he went ahead and told her one check their fire kick the fire nobody fire and now it's up there. Everything is silent. You're in the tower there in the tower men are getting sick. Hangs over there. There's a lot of anything our radios didn't go there. There was a lot of static. We can go ahead and Alderney channel. We had I think four or five different solutions that we were using the alternated between those four or five going communicate. All right. We're gonna hold it. Right.

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