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"bill graves" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:01 min | 2 weeks ago

"bill graves" Discussed on KGO 810

"On Americans lives, she says it depends if you were vaccinated or not on the economic front jobless claims dropping last week to 310,000, that's the lowest in the pandemic. And what and economists consider pre pandemic levels for the U. S. I'm Michelle, France and ABC News KGO 8 10 NEWS Update on the morning show with thinking, Maduro. Good morning. I'm Brett Burghardt. This news update is sponsored by Harrison's restaurant Dining at Harris Restaurant. San Francisco's favorite steakhouse is now open for dining in Tuesdays through Sundays. Five P.m. to nine P.m. dining at Harrison's Restaurant on Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco. The ticketing an events company, Eventbrite is moving out of its main San Francisco office. This is definitely a sign of the times. The move comes a year after the company laid off 45% of its staff as the pandemic decimated live events, the San Francisco Business Times reports. It also reflects the desire by many of event rights employees to work more from home. United Airlines is laying out for employees what it means if they don't get vaccinated, even those with exemptions will not get a paycheck As we hear from Alex Stone United mandates that its employees get the vaccine now United telling its front line customer facing employees who were approved for religious exemption, They will not be on the job they'll be put on unpaid leave beginning October, 2nd. And will remain in that state until the pandemic quote meaningfully recedes. Frontline employees who are medically exempt will be placed on medical leave. And if an employee has her exemption request denied and does not get vaccinated. Within five weeks, they will be terminated like stone K G. 08 10, Here's another sign of the Times, a home in San Francisco's Coal Valley neighborhood. Has $2 million over the asking price in the home on Bill Grave Avenue was nicknamed the Treehouse in the Sky because of its views of the Golden Gate Bridge in the city from every room. It was sold by the original owner who held the property for a half century. The sale price $5.6 million again. $2 million over the asking price. See, and this is what this is about. In addition to everything else that bothers me about this story is when you do stuff like that, then that justifies other people doing the same and it drives me crazy. But I don't know how we control something like this spread. I mean, if people are willing to pay Two million over asking. That's a fundamental problem in the mentality of people regarding housing. If you continue to look at housing, which it is, it's a commodity in this country that we don't see it as a as a right to housing. We see it as a commodity. And so it goes to the highest bidder. Um, I just I I know that there's gorgeous views that much money. Really two million over the asking price. You gotta you gotta know that a bank will not loan you money for a home that is going for over asking price that in other words, If you're paying more than the home is appraised the banks not going to loan you money. So these people are coming in with cash. Cash, cash money? Yes, we have a couple of examples. One in Berkeley. There was a home that sold for over a million over the asking price. And then in Palo Alto, there was a million over the asking prices while recently. Uh it's just I can't afford the over. I can't even how much was afford the base If I can't even afford the over apart, I just I mean, how are we supposed to come? Pete with stuff like this. I just I don't know what the answer is, but I guess good for them there. There in that 1% people that I was talking about earlier the wealthy that need to be taxed more. I mean, jeez, Louise fine. All right. After another view, 5.6 million bucks. The Oakland A snapped a four game losing streak with a 51 win over the Chicago White Sox and the Giants beat the Rocky 74. And let's update your money on K G.

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"bill graves" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

05:27 min | Last month

"bill graves" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"When he said. I wanna take you to work and run a train. That's not what she thought he meant. Men mta motormen allegedly led his gal operate the d train through multiple stations during a tunnel of love trip to brooklyn on friday. But the next. I could be jail. Cops are looking to question to to be conducted. Dominique belgrave twenty-eight at she posted an instagram stories showing her a hobo identify police at by police as terrell harris holding hands over the train's controls as Their romantic john through the busiest route fifty fifth street in sixty seconds. St louis stations. He lost his job to alabama. He lost his job indiana. Y'all wanna do this. Other job is driving the barge. So she'll get to that flop yes. This is not this operating a train right now. She said on multiple videos posted to her account this private. Oh now it's private. Necas love posting. She don't let y'all know half the time people get caught just by because they got to put it on instagram. At one point on the love train to as low trying to through two underground stations bill graves show in footage alone at the controls. A for self we harrison the cab as a transient towards coney island stillwell avenue hairs explains that the is showing where operators must stop. It's hard to see from the cab. Oh god oh god what you put out into the world. It was bad enough but now you have to be like. It's kinda hard to drive train. I hope what kill nobody anyway. Follow me back. Y'all put the stickers indivisible play she exclaims a third clip shows are into the public section of the cost. Say back inside. I go graves. Catching read conducting the heard conducting a conducted. Dick conducted today on a transit. Love just now he can say listen. It was on the first day. But i i d- all he gets the iran trying. She was conducting that. If you know your boy get down. Okay you come out with me you gonna be on the d. Absolutely you get all the you going to get some d. a. footed other transit levin champ tempters driving the motorman wow with arrow among mta workers over the weekend and eventually caught the obvious supervisor today. But the role breaking rod maybe the third rail of their career. Moose they got a lotta session isn't as article. Yeah harris will be disciplined at thirty two year. Old eleven year employees. Who earned one hundred seventeen thousand four hundred eighty six dollars and twenty twenty nine noah's new york folly making ten dollars but nigger you're making one.

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"bill graves" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:37 min | 4 months ago

"bill graves" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Did you have a time stamp going in? You didn't mean it was Granted, it's smaller number of seats, but there were 5000 something, whatever people going into the stadium for Bills games. They're gonna do time stamped and trees, do you you would enter a specific gate at a specific time. What about leaving the stadium is all there's 70,000 people are they going to control exits to the stadium? I don't think by the time I then when everything's normal, you just walk in when you want. I think so. I guess. Yeah. I don't know how they're gonna do not up to me, You know? Yeah. We were up to me. We'd be selling out that stadium right now, Right? Yeah, That's what I said. I don't mean with 70,000. People are supposed to a 52 100 or whatever. We're at the baseball stadium last night. I'm not sure if it'll be completely back to normal or if they're trying to something. Yeah. And the Congress where you going to do? It's not like you have. Okay. You have a certain time Jeremy on your ticket when you're allowed to go get up to the bathroom. Or, you know, at at 1. 30 is your first window to go to the concession stand. You're gonna have people walking around and have massive amounts of bodies in the bills come. That is one thing that's different about baseball than other sports. At least for me, you go toe if I were to rank the sports on likelihood to leave your seat and walk around meter Isn't baseball's the top. Oh, yeah, You just you know, Let's take a stroll out to the party deck. You right? It's about socializing. You know, you're not mean baseball lends itself to not necessarily to missing the occasional pitch or half inning, right when the other maybe when the other team is batting, you're like I'm gonna go visit my buddy over. Down the left field line because you know the Marlins air up this inning, Esso unless you know, like the ground is pitching and you don't leave your seat. Yeah, it's all about socializing or hanging out or meeting somebody in the concourse, grabbing a dog and watching the game from there. You know, city feel they've got the high bar tables, the high top tables so you can hang out in the concourse with some people and just have your beer and your dog right there Not even be at the seats. Yeah, Baseball is perfect for socializing, but Again. You're not supposed to anyway, at the baseball games. You're supposed to pretty much stay in your seat, right? Stay in your seat, and you only get up for Concessions or restaurant. I guess at that point, right? All successful night. Good. Very good night. Everybody going tonight? Hopefully the rain holds off and you're going Friday. Let me know how it goes. And when the Yankees get in, like that's gonna be another level. Yeah. It's only a matchup. They're selling more. They sold 1000 more. Whatever it was so, Yeah, I guess they had some stuff they had held back and they made it available for that series. Excellent. Um, anyway, I'm sorry. I just have to text somebody who's making fun of my Mets. What is a Paul Hamilton? No, No, it's ah, buddy of mine. Who's a big Phillies fan? And he said nobody cares about the Mets. So I'm just texting back. You mean the first place Mets? Okay? I was trying to make their I'm sorry. I just I shouldn't be doing that during the show, but I just wanted to make sure I got that done. He's probably listening right now, anyway, so I don't even have to text them. Yes, that would be the first place Mets for the Phillies fan who is giving me crap. All right s o football. Hey, let's talk a little bit more about the cap space. The bills. Yeah, it's post June one. So where is all you know what you want Cuts? You were right. By the way it is post June one literally means It doesn't happen until June two. One second So like it wasn't midnight June 1st. It was post you on one means nobody can. Nobody would get traded her cut until today at the earliest. Like, you know, whatever to Sean. Not to show us Aaron Rodgers or Rubio. Just all that stuff can happen. It is literally post June one after June, 1st, okay? So the bill's grave cap space by restructuring Stefan Diggs, turning his money in the bonus money, open up almost $8 million and cap space. One of the reports. I think I saw that in rapid Portmore Benjamin. All right, said that the bills did it for future contract was wrapped report. Question for you. How does that help future contracts? Because what happened with digs money is that his cap hit went down this year right and went up each of the next two years. So how does that help contracts in the next two years? When you created money in this year? Okay. The first thing I thought of when, when, when its future. I actually thought is more about present like this coming year, they would have had to create more so if they're going to get a Josh Allen extension done, for example. There's no way they could've made it work. I don't think with $3 million in cap space, or whatever the number was before the digs restructure. So for me, it wasn't necessarily as much about 22 23 beyond. I was thinking they open up cap space now because they're about to get the Alan extension done, and they needed a little more room to do that. Um, because this cap number would go up right. He's still on his rookie contract. The fifth year option is 2022. So that's what $23 Million. The number this year is pretty low, so I thought When he tweeted that out, it meant this is for Alan and or Edmonds and the immediacy of getting extensions done. Because their cap numbers would go up for this year. I assume, Okay. Sorry, not an expert on the CBS, but I assume a new contract would mean higher cap numbers for these guys in the current year. Do you need space for that? That's what I thought he referred. But not that much higher. Oh, I mean, it's not. I don't think it's going from. I don't even know what Josh Cap numbers this year, but it's not going to jump like 15 or anything. I wouldn't think no Because a lot of times in the conversations about those kind of contracts like with Trey White and Patrick Mahomes and It's oh, the cap. It won't even hit for a couple of years. So maybe Maybe once mentioned like that..

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"bill graves" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

07:03 min | 10 months ago

"bill graves" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"He has undefeated year that that started with an allowance race at churchill the prepping for the foster and he'd been off he'd been offer eight months and i saw somebody comment You know You know he moved to the burn barn and he really moved up not really know actually In fact if you look at his buyers as a three year old and then look at what he did is as a four year. Old right in line and been gone for three quarters of a year so natural development It's not unusual. I know that Everybody seemingly was eager to yesterday to Somehow infer that You know he he. He was Boosted some way The the sequence winning the foster. The whitney The saratoga breeders cup handicap The hawthorne gold cup fa. Which was you know at the time. Still very important Prep for breeders cup classic. And then the classic. I mean that's as strong a a sequence of wins for you know for a mature horse that we've really add in the last last little while it's nice enough to have a worse come back as a as a four year old these days given how many you know right to head to the barn you you also you know you mentioned when you mentioned touch gold one of the one of the things. That's funny about this. And and i'm not gonna have time tomorrow but i'd love to get Johnson cure talk about this. John pirata i would. I would have john Invite john discuss it you know. They bred touch gold and both sons of deputy minister. I is what's funny about this. And and you know one a out of a buck. Passer mayor and awesome again out of a blushing. Groom mayor a pedigree standpoint. They you know. There wasn't necessarily a lot to differentiate them. It's just kinda funny. I it's too bad i can't This happened after. Sid was on yesterday. But i i would love for sid. Save that for maybe for january and he could riff on on awesome again excelled later and touch gold. Just had kind of a mundane stud career. Yeah no and we. Of course hindsight is always twenty. Twenty right she. You look back at and i look back at prime force which i think is where sid and his expertise he'll point to primal force and i mean if you look at the lineage from that one mayor With him again macho uno than you kick down to go sapper. Then you kicked down to mutual macho man. I mean you know. I did a shadow box for the office. That had her halter at the top when she passed away. Unfortunately foaling her last foal. You know when you when you put what that mayor has done. Just in reference to breeders cups It's pretty amazing. So for us I i do remember very vividly. Early on Bill maher telling me that he trained primal For the firestone's if i if my memory is correct And him saying to me she was one of the fastest phillies that he had ever trained But she had some soundness issues and she had small feet a bit like mr prospector And she she ultimately just had a little bit of soundness issues. But but i i still to this day remember him telling me in the barn how bash she was and for bill to say you know one of the fastest phillies. He'd ever trained. You know i. I knew and i'd give some credence to that. You know inside baseball you know. Here's the mayor. That's going to be underrated right and and then to look now at her career. It's overwhelming. I remember talking to tom. Ryan with f. s bloodstock one time Who sent me over a mating on on on a share and it was pretty close right of of macho uno and awesome again. And i said hey tom i called him and frank had a big version. Obviously to too much inbreeding And and i asked him about it and he said erica. I i wanna see what doubling down on. Prime force does Now i didn't keep track of that fold by any means but ultimately my point is that mayor was so special And then you you know then you look at what awesome again. Did as a as a racehorse and then ultimately as a stallion his progeny You know right up until last year. Right i mean you know. He's got sir winston. That wins the belmont last year. And so you know. Octavo painter was to me I thought one of at the time. One of the best best resources since go sapper and then you know game on dude was a really special horse for me. Raising him in florida You know. I remember distinctly avenue conversation with with You know one of my mentors bill graves. They came down to the farm to look at him. And and i said this is one special horse And you know. Luckily he turned out to be. You know one of the best but you know just just line after line you know. We love ginger punch sugar shake. I mean you know wilco. We stood as dally in spun. Sugar was one of the sweetest mayors. I've ever been around in my life And then obviously you gotta go. Sapper i mean and now what he's done as stallion You know again. It's just i. I still give a lot of credit. Always have to the broodmare sign and in the mayor lineage. And and she's she was a special man and I can particularly The about the prospects after the first of the year. We've got carlyle bell who just retired and she is by macho uno and so. I've got prime forced to lean into as part of the decision making process. She's and this. Of course the first really the first that only successful attempt at breeding we. We lost too many babies. Frankly but well we're gonna have to us. We're going to have to use some some primal force in the decision making process. What much himself. A complete outcross complete outcross. Not a not a four jenner. A complete out cross..

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"bill graves" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

Virtually Amazing

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"bill graves" Discussed on Virtually Amazing

"Have some rewarding time. We she home. What Office shutting off and Pretty I was in say it wasn't necessarily being my race just unease morning as an eye catcher working in. This is as freelancer not to what would what would you say to that advice. Would you give to manage that kind of I need look at an email reply person? It's probably on when when one caught on my phone clients. Who Heater Ambassador recounts or heat Time a mentor is getting a business tycoon on the person rights citing. I never ever a business social media for my IGA low. I oxidation made your accountable. If I'm using my friend it's me arson wrong the mays business facts managing faceless Boxy my business of a my son now. Traveling on making sections might affect ion sat at went with my in front of me. Doing what I do I also set boundaries being. I never saw what's up made Vegas at my. Mother did have a race saints box. I that lesson various of a couple of wants me. Then maybe some such nine ten Hawker nine because it dealt with it or get money forgets. Basil's are things I'm saying as not a course where this very personal me involved do not host the model that I operate is hydrogen Patching Trading Metro. So when somebody will teach me at nine o'clock and if we're watching rental division next today and I Made General. I can make a difference to that person a lot more station on time but if I if I'm Jay South Difference about us just report as me getting above and beyond that attention probably is making the difference which one those why the equal rack. Because it's very different use as try mental to win. Obviously yes I find similar because I will go prerecorded online course as that people take. I will do some someone to one stuff and lots of virtual learning and I keep asking me questions the place and I do tend to answer because it helps a help actually I think if you're in the mindset as train high. You just wanted to let us questions by Obama having hanging there wondering when when I help them for two minutes so something so yeah I think. That's I think that's that's really really good. That people need to have in place AMANDA WHEN THEY DO START UP. Just very freaky. What what. Tops Swede things. Do you think they need to have a place when they started a really important? And we'll make a difference today business. Let's say and so I'm Saudi address will know you will gordon she to you said as the sort of internal things disappear option as this is. I think he's a legal advice. So whether that's contracts insurance is not happy days on the mental advice. You don't have to have as day. What yet need those until we get Day make sure you need from saved her hair the case. I believe a domain specific jess side among the va she all serious shnell denounce the the ACC achiever created by invested me. That remains the sippy chemo. Dress is bringing the social media hype house up based she who her and then the second piece of advice coming to US Soccer Parreno soft to somebody else's stop millions so on an Eugene things. She just sound Trying over James. Out right she so this is a list do Senate because that's what she's hunting always a nasty next something. New Bills Graves visits me the street. Where you freelance haven't done his famous and they were small things up. Yeah I I totally agree. I think knowing who your customers are love who you which clients you want and you know there would be no point meet. Training people have to use bookkeeping software. You know I couldn't do that of Sunday's husband who's an accountant tasers when after exile the bank however I breathe to teaching basic excel. So it's about picking things that you know unleashing down on really things the nation to while we're talking about that. It seems like a good place question. Well I was yeah on three various things very cool ammused conserative of tools. Gdp aw rich

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"bill graves" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

09:27 min | 1 year ago

"bill graves" Discussed on KCRW

"Things Considered from NPR and Casey are W. a Wednesday edition starts at three it's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king in Washington DC and I'm David green in Culver city California good morning so for the first time former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg is going to debate his fellow democratic candidates onstage you'll join Joe Biden people to judge any closer Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren on stage in Las Vegas this evening Bloomberg a multi billionaire has stolen headlines in recent days as he has been rising in the polls with we should say support from a huge campaign staff also more than a hundred twenty five offices around the country and big budget ad campaigns let's talk about this moment in the race with David Axelrod he was chief campaign strategist and a senior adviser to former president Barack Obama he's host of the podcast hacks on tap and the X. files David thanks for being here good to be here David thank you so I think of Bloomberg I mean it'd strikes me like almost walking into a party that's been going on for a while like the conversation is already a deep in and he's like has to kind of get some attention and and and get a name for himself like what what you're telling me about this night if you were advising him was if to do here well it has a name for himself he's bought it with four hundred million dollars in advertising which is unprecedented I think it's more than we probably spent two thousand and twelve for the president's reelection and what's happening now though is that he has to step out from behind those ads and walking into the middle of a campaign like this and into a debate like this is really really difficult because you have candidates who are in mid season form this is their ninth debate they are all they are all better than they were at the beginning there in fighting trim and Bloomberg is not as a if you were you know reputation only a a great debater his foreign six is not his forte and he is going to be a target because what that four hundred million dollars has bought him is good poll numbers and he is suddenly emerged as as a likely alternative to Bernie Sanders while the others are fighting for survival here so all in all it it should be a really challenging night for him well selected happen I mean he might cement himself as a real alternative or if or if he doesn't perform well this could throw the race and even more chaos it could although you know seven sixty minute billion dollars can buy you a lot of Mulligan's and you know he he may you know I can't I won't say that this is a life or death for him in this race but it's important because in presidential races people really do get to know you years ago I I said they were like MRI eyes for the soul and you you know no matter how many ads you have ultimately you have to come into contact with the media with people and they do assess you and so this is a very important night for him well let's listen to a little bit of what money can buy I mean Bloomberg actually not just limber but several of the candidates have been trying to align themselves with your former boss president Obama but Bloomberg is put out a number of ads highlighting the their relationship and and they sound like this the work to combat done fine ten twenty vegetation for every child I want to thank the mayor of this great city mayor Bloomberg for his extraordinary leadership share your determination to bring this country together to finally make progress for the American people what would your thoughts when you hear that I think it's a pretty shrewd AB that's my first thought and you're right he's just one of several candidates obviously the vice president has an ad like that and a great claim to it because he was governing partner with the president mayor Bloomberg through relationship with the the president was a working relationship they did work together on some issues they weren't terribly close they weren't best buds but I've gotten calls from people across the country saying Gee I don't know Obama has endorsed Bloomberg and you know the difference between his at in the other ads is he's got you know fifty or a hundred million dollars behind it and everyone has seen it and it's ubiquitous and it's national and it's created an impression that I think has a lot to do with the fact that he has risen in the polls and some of that rises come by dint of his progress with African American voters for whom Obama is a particular icon so I think it is it is a smart move that has as is suggestive of an endorsement that has not been given well let me and speaking of endorsements I mean do you Joe Biden could use help right now I mean looking at his poll numbers to do you think that Obama might endorse his former vice president eight years at some point and and how has this been hard for Obama to watch Biden slide well I mean he obviously has a great deal of affection for Joe Biden I watch their relationship over eight years grow into a really meaningful friendship but it is view has been that his role as a former president is the best as someone who brings a party together once voters have made their decisions and not to put his thumb on the scale of for any candidate and I don't anticipate that that's going to change anytime soon yes I want to play a little bit more tape for you if if you don't mind Gator our White House correspondent Tamera Keith was talking to the former democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid last night yeah and he actually mentioned president Obama while talking about the prospect of a brokered convention if the parties not able to choose a nominee on the first round of voting in July here's a reset well I would consider it if some if I was asked to help maybe we could even get rock one hundred to two most popular people in the country perhaps the world or broken Michelle Obama do you see the the potential of the Obamas litigating a brokered convention if it comes to that you know I I I really don't again I think that I mean the the president I'm sure will want to play a constructive role he's invested you know my conversations with them my sense is he's deeply invested in the in helping the democratic nominee and the question is what is the best way to be helpful here appropriate to his role I'm sure if he's asked to play a role he would he would try to play a constructive role I think the person who has the most at at stake here beyond the presidential races is Nancy Pelosi and because she's trying to maintain a democratic house and who is at the top that ticket will be deeply meaningful to her and so she and others who are active right now will probably be called on to play a role in resolving this if there is such a convention and we don't know yet if that scenario will come into play it seems more likely today than it did two weeks ago but it's still more likely than not that somehow this will resolve itself between now and then in the few seconds we have left Bernie Sanders is is I mean his rise his front runner status is scaring a lot of more moderate Democrats do you see Sanders overcoming those fears and bring the party together I don't know I mean winning tends to be get winning and you look more like a winner when you win and then you look more like a loser when you lose Sanders is winning and that is helpful but there is this fear I don't know if it's warm as warranted as people think and I don't know that it's not all I remember is four years ago Republicans having the same conversations about Donald Trump and he he did quite well David Axelrod former chief campaign strategist for president Obama really appreciative great yeah is it in some granted clemency to eleven people including the former democratic governor of Illinois rod blue glee of it to walked out of prison last night he's got a cab is a big fan in me and if you ask me what my party affiliation is how much trouble cracked the president cut short the fourteen year term that bill grave it's got after he was convicted on several counts of political corruption and peer Cheryl Corley is following this one from Chicago president trump hinted in the past that he would consider taking some action when it came to rob the local a **** saying that the former governor have been treated unfairly it's a notion he stressed when he announced his decision to cut his sentence short so they'll be able to go back home with his family after serving eight years in jail that was a tremendously powerful ridiculous sentence in my opinion the commutation ends a political saga that played out in Chicago for years in two thousand eight federal prosecutors accused the then governor of turning Illinois government into a money making operation for himself trying among other things to shake down at children's hospital and racetrack owners they also charged him with trying to sell the U. S. Senate seat once held by former president Barack Obama as evidence they presented a profanity filled will avoid which telephone conversation secretly recorded by the FBI I've got this thing and it's cold and I'm gonna give it up for us good that you are you that he simply engaged in political horse trading and he went on a nationwide publicity tour to proclaim his innocence in twenty ten he appeared and was booted off of Donald trump's reality TV show celebrity apprentice and.

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"bill graves" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"bill graves" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The trophy to rose well the end of the dinner with a cougar statute it was covered with flowers in the story goes that block was to uncover the this this Krueger and say words to Roosevelt but became so emotionally consenting this puts the flowers aside it does blocks it later I'm always in a a bad hand of saying goodbye you know the soul they had that kind of friendship were block was classified by Roosevelt as my ideal typical American ands and that's what he thought of this man of the west this this person that black became and then one Roosevelt dies in nineteen nineteen Kermit Roosevelt wrote it was a terrible blow on south block he says he wrote that Seth bullock was a hero worshiper and his great here was my father David wolf block black hills long so when Rosa passed away walk to go should with the pioneers black hills pioneers which was quite involved with and they bought land on the top of mount called sheep mountain goat renamed Roosevelt mountain they built a thirty five foot tower out of native stone in roughly built and the build out of this mountain would consider the north because block one of the to look out of the plains to the north which rose about love so much then just months later this is we're here in deadwood on September twenty nineteen Seth bullock dice in September nineteen ninety I just down the hill from mob Mariah in his home on Van Buren street he's holed up the hill where we are this way here doesn't stop wild bill's grave doesn't stop a clinic taken to the top of the hill by the cemetery there's a place a ground up there he arranged for the black hills pioneers to buy for him and he's buried up there at that location you can look over and see Roosevelt tower so he could look at the tower in the tower has you can look back at him so is this place of honor on the hill and he can look down on this domain now what did block meaning to the black hills and deadwood particularly bullock exemplifies the transition the black hills one four he came out in the heart of the frontier period with wild west if you will was this guy who was a sheriff before was settled you could say we're still the wild west he said he got became the entrepreneur when you could do a lot of things to make money and then what he could do that any longer he stepped back it became part of the federal control that became the black hills when the feds took over the black hills he was involved there so he became this transitional he lived in early black kills front tier and in modern deadwood modern black kills any help that transition along Hey may have helped transform it in his ways like fighting the pine bark beetles and when he was four supervisor because Marshall and and did good for the entire black hills but it probably isn't the great transit transformational figure that other people can claim title to in deadwood David wolf block.

"bill graves" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"bill graves" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Now what's next what is it what matters what's going on one WGY we're going to do the weather right now we do have heat advisory remaining effect till noon today and that excessive heat warning remains in effect from noon today to eight PM this evening and that he devised three remains in effect from eight PM this evening to eight PM Sunday elderly children all you got to hydrate stay cool stay out of the sun be air conditioning use good judgment it's extremely hot out there and it could reach up to a hundred and ten degrees or so rose bash them over bill still very it's bill day a bill are you there I'm here bill I'm working with Bob graves here in a car do bill graves and now you're I'll call him will kind of similar asset all right well anyway bill good morning from accu weather and really really be careful over the weekend right absolutely at an excessive heat warning up beginning at noon today today will be the hottest day probably of this three day heatwave ninety five our forecast site today the it factor in the humidity feels like one oh five this afternoon that's extreme heat so we need to be very careful round about we'll have sunshine tonight down to seventy eight now much relief not cool at all overnight tonight they were all the way up to ninety one again tomorrow with partial sunshine could be a spotty after it under some cold from Sir Monday with a few more showers and storms not as warm seventy nine a morning shower Tuesday that seventy eight Wednesday a beautiful day seventy eight AM partly sunny but yeah we'll be hot today tomorrow pretty hot as well take it easy if you're out about yeah probably be topless most of the day okay got it and it is.

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"bill graves" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

07:27 min | 2 years ago

"bill graves" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Dot EDU slash equine. Now back to at the races with Steve pick on Sirius XM radio. Just. Won't that love? Backwards. Love doing the pedigree work on these these bayton races and get to be the end of January, which means time to go for. Particularly the main track hopefuls and in addition to that that turf race. There's the fourth at Gulfstream on on Saturday as well that needs to be. Have some attention paid to it? Go flat mile. The boys, and there's some there's some things that are hinting at at quality, including Saint Meranti the violence. Call for Chad Brown and Samaya US this violence. Call seven hundred twenty five thousand dollar yearling bread by hill, Dale out of holiday birdie. You've got. You got the Todd coming back with. The spendthrift Starlight for samurai gelding. This is that may fall ranger up. And just so happened that ranger up found himself in the maiden race with cave run that nice, oh and hearty maiden winner. That ran okay behind win win win the Cape run third. I think right. Was he third in the Pasco ran, okay? Ranger up comes back in this spot. He was five hundred seventy five thousand at Keeneland yearling. Chad's got a second one here. Little less expensive than the Samaya runner high amplitude for Steph klaren, this is Bernardini coal hundred ten thousand dollar Keeneland yearling. There's a little bit of a little bit of everything in here. Bill Mont with jug Mont home bred has the debut from the rail down the chute, that's a little tricky. But. Joel Rosario in town, and he gets the call hidden scroll. This is a hard spun out of the empire maker mayor Sheba Queen. So there's a lot going on. Jorge Navarro has a has a horse for Galvin Stein, a creative 'cause Cole. Who's just keeps running second is run. Second three times. He ran into lucky lead any rain at the cutting humor and then come on, Jerry. And he's he's run three very solid racist. But. Got nothing to show for it. And he's got. Earnings, but. Should also mentioned baba pinta. Who's got a union rags Colt. They beuing with Todd vibe. I man. Forging oaks bread that was bought at Saratoga. Union rags out of a pulpit mayor. So that fourth race is going to be. Closely watching or the problem, the problem with a daylight like this Pegasus day is that there's so much going on that it it just gets, you know, the racist. Like that kinda get lost in the. In the haze. There's a very good the the south beach. I mentioned came up really good with Kaplan temptress and Dina del sewer and more. Conquest? Hard candy us now with Tonio say known. So it's gonna be fun. It's gonna be fun Saturday. And of course, in addition to this card. There's certainly no shortage of. Of nice racing. We talked about Saturday Akwa duck with Andy, and we talked. Or at least hinted at the rest of the. The Saturday activities. You've got Santa Anita has got kind of a mixed bag of we'll talk to Tom quickly. We've got a mixed bag of. Sun, sunshine, million remnant. As well as a couple of Calcutta races and more. So what was the unusual heat? Four stakes at Santa Anita on Saturday Pete for and it tells going to join shortly got a couple of pieces of news, I want to weave in as the morning unfolds, son. So little little personnel note that I wanna mention did you see that Tom, greedy. Of course is handling exclusively. The the bloodstock advice for Michael Stinson, but facing Tipton has signed on mcgreevy to. Basically lead the or at least joined become a prominent member just by reputation of the yearling inspection. Process. And of course. The the very. Untimely? And and sad passing a Bill graves last year last last may or June and. The the loss of Bill graves is one of those people that. I really possible. To replace. And just the fact that that somebody at the level, you know, the reputation of mcgreevy comes in gives you an idea of of just what Bill graves. What he meant to the operation to have to reach out and bring in mcgreevy. Bill graves was as you heard from void Browning that at the time just. Historic import on the on the sale seen. So I thought that was interesting mcgreevy joining up and another personnel note the. The Evans family Ralph and daughter, Lauren. They've said diversified Jonathan Thomas. Thomas whole get started to slowly no, no early plans, yet ver- diversify. But..

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"bill graves" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"bill graves" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"A tiny moon orbiting Saturn as court quasars like thinking too. You know? Being down on himself in word bubbles for the next three pages pretty much. Yeah. So yeah, he's standing there in front of more captain more bills grave thinking, I don't know if I believe in an afterlife. I don't know what I believe in anymore so screwed up. So what am I doing degrees site? Then if all I wanted to do was escape from all response, all my responsibilities ended adequacy an failures for awhile. There aren't infinite number of places devoid of life in the universe. But no this is where I had become a tiny moon orbiting Saturn. Because this is the final resting place on my predecessor, the previous call protector of the universe, captain marvel. I I regret I never met him. I saw him once in an informal gathering. But at the time, I had no inkling Hughes. Anything more than a superhero rumored to be the alien? There's no footnote, but wasn't that in defenders that was the defenders for day Arca thanked the Fender sixty two sixty three and sixty four might be Donald haven't read that. But yeah, I've thought they're pretty goofy. I have read some defenders than not the ones with quasar on. Man, would my life be a lot easier. If you had if you hadn't thought and cancer marville, come in, the let them get more get me too. Yeah. Exactly everyone. I've talked to who know who knew you sing your praises talk about a tough act. The follow. Maybe that's why haven't told many people got your old job. What's incredible? To me. Is that you managed to be protector the universe without the quantum bands. Thanks to a cause MC foul-up marvel. Boy clinch. Mehan barely getting by on. God them haven't even faced my first real. I really big cosmic ordeal yet fardie an already my track record is pretty lousy yawn. Doesn't say anything, but I can tell he regrets pointing me protector. But he stuck with me jobs mine until death, hopefully might not versus dark. Yeah. Well, either way it's here is his. Sheesh. Hopefully about myself now with everyone I now don't take the universe with me. Were you ever played with self doubts? Like, I am you had to be. What's the story was does? He really think any one man is up to the task of point of protecting the whole bleeding universe. What what does he go around appointing legions of them to like a like a core? Yes. What does he invent some green fans in or the core? Or maybe they could go Nova. I don't know. Maybe can point lead them to then it's like oh. Oh. I've been out here. Whining and feeling sorry for myself something from space as pass through the invisible. Energy lattice, I created around the earth from warming extraterrestrial trespassers. Now, you you you didn't actually the pack that he was holding flowers for Valvo time. And then he'd just played them like football when. Did he spike him or did he just drop them price? Yeah. I dunno. Logan. Less. He's only here on your 'em up right before he said blast. Yeah. Yeah. Philip fine at these flying away. Yes. But is there an atmosphere on that moon cells can say if it's like the void of space. I mean, this lowers could last almost forever. Perennials. Is it titan on the inside is where the the? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. There's the turtles like star FOX in now mentor, and and what's her? What's her name? I forget how you pronounce it. But yeah. Genus villes mom. Yeah. Yes. That final vows. Mom. Yeah. Exactly. Did it sitting there crime at the great? He could've been one in talk. The more bells woman, you know. Instead of acting like the grieving widow himself, but. So. Yeah. So drops the flowers takes off. He says, maybe this is it the big cosmic Kuna on specifically appointed me to counter just like you were appointed to counter Santa's marvel Thanos who no one's ever heard of this. He. Purple or something. No time to lose better make a quantum jump. He's like, thanks for listening. L I'll be back one way or another. And actually he does come back during operation galactic storm. They even have a nice showdown right around Marvel's to. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. The Perio guard, which is pretty awesome..

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"bill graves" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"bill graves" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"All right. And you have been able to garner endorsements from around the state, not just from Democrats, but from Republicans to I have some some very high profile Republicans, including our former governor Bill graves and former US Senator Nancy Kassebaum. And I think that's because of for my entire career in state Senate, I have worked in a bipartisan manner to get. Public policy past, you know, I was actually a math major when I went to college, so I can count the most Democrats we've ever had in the Senate caucus have been ten, takes twenty one to pass a vote here. Moderate Republicans never had twenty one votes either. So we just worked together to get legislation passed that was in the best interest of our state. I think it's been that that style of interaction and also then my my grasp of the issues, my experience, my depth of knowledge about our state is what attracted those Republicans across over and support me. I think there's no doubt the fact that my opponent is Chris Kobuk who is best known as the nationally anyway, as the co chair of Donald Trump's voter, integrity commission along with the vice President, Mike Pence heads something to do with Republicans being very interested in in my becoming governor. It's definitely one of the things that interested me in the race. Besides education, what are some of the issues that are really facing Kansas right now and that really require these kind of bipartisan solutions? Well, I think that people know that in twenty twelve and then again in twenty thirteen Sam Brownback instituted in experiment here in the state of Kansas slashing, our income taxes dramatically. We went right over the cliff is soon as he did that and ever since our our state has really been in a world of hurt. You know, I mentioned the schools being devastated, but we have also stopped funding our infrastructure. You know, we used to have some of the best roads in the country. We've, we've stopped building and we've stopped maintaining and we've never expanded Medicaid. One of the one of I think only sixteen other states that didn't do that. So we've, we have just. Done, and I say, we, he, he just did so many things that have really decimated our state. You know it, broad and deep, the damage that's been done. And so we have a whole host of things that we have got to address. Fortunately, the people at Kansas recognize the disaster in twenty sixteen and elected a number of Democrats and a number of moderate Republicans enough so that we were able to overturn the Brownback tax experiment and put ourselves on the road to recovery. So we've seen revenues coming in over estimates for the last sixteen months..

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"bill graves" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"bill graves" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Had a certain player that now resides here in Los Angeles, California. And one would think that even though there is no Kevin, love stature player that's here in Los Angeles when the Laker purple and gold right now, there are a whole bunch of young players and former Celtic champion rage on Rondo that's here in Los Angeles and that maybe LeBron with this roster can come at the, I think, if LeBron does what LeBron seems. To be able to do. He'll get them to the playoffs. And in your first year, he'll get them to the playoffs. I, they do have some young talent, they're hungry. He's going to be a leader mentor, but in my opinion, I think they're one superstar way. So I think you know, maybe next season they gotta bring in one more boss and you know, big men in the middle. So the Bronx can do is thing. They need one more boss, but I just don't. I think the Celtics are going to school. I think I think my words are going to school. The only thing I'm worried about LeBron is, is between the broad and the two football teams. Traffic is going to be a nightmare. Man LeBron's playing. I'm staying home. Mistreats certainly, but I'm definitely going to go watch the boy play the dodgers make the World Series to my Red Sox Red Sox though. So you see, I told you I'm an Oakland dude, but it it's, it's warriors basketball. It's nine football for me. Okay. And it's Boston Red Sox, baseball. So I'm all over the place because a family dynamic in house raised the giants. I mean, when the bonds era that that didn't capture the reason, I love the giants. Like I said, I was at battle of the bay for the World Series when they had that earthquake. When I was in junior high school, I worked for the San Francisco Chronicle as a paper boy, and on my route was Bill Walsh, coach the Niners and Willie Mays so they go. So I had to love them all. And now this is funny. Christmas Christmas would come by all the papers, all you throw the papers, but both both Bill Walsh in Willie Mays sent their wives out to tell me come to the door on Christmas when I delivered the paper. And this is back when Bill Walsh was doing all those Volvo commercials. And so Bill walls would give me a fifty dollar Chris Bill. He'd handed to me and say, thanks are doing a good job. Then I'd go to over to say Hayes house, Willie Mays his house. He gave me a hundred dollar Bill and assigned bat from Hank Aaron, not himself what he gave me. I have it in my office. I have assigned bat from Hank, Aaron and Willie would give me a crisp hundred dollar Bill graves paper out ever. Right, right. In my paper, their paper was never late. Never late when you through the paper, it Willie Mays house to ever come out and catch it over the show. No, he didn't. He didn't, but I always put. I put Bill Walsh's paper right on top of his Volvo. The one I thought he was driving so can get it. And I, I mean, I neatly placed Willie's paper right at his front door. The rest of my room in the bushes. Wherever they landed. Did you ever Shomar more of swat here season to swat premiering tomorrow night, Thursday on CBS. Did you ever try to play sports? I played sports my whole life..

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"bill graves" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"bill graves" Discussed on Classic Races

"Michael walter came on the scene is not clear why he slipped maybe slipped on some oil for walter was awful racing by himself to slow the machine down was unsuccessful he also hit the wall of the outside of turn fool could have been a whole lot worse than it was after blaney hit the outside wall he balanced off the wall back in front of oncoming traffic everybody scattered and he was going around and around in circles as they all kind of scattered to get by michael waltrip came up there in the same area turnover four possibly some oil drop from the spin by dave blaney waltrip also careened off the wall now he sits down on the grass just off the edge of the race track off turnover four and we see the caution coming out for the fourth time i'm sorry for the ninth time here today again at chicagoland speedway earlier this year we saw ten cautions there so far nine so we're almost going to beat that dubious honor let's say hello to bill graves the governor of the state of kansas stepping into our booth here at a beautiful kansas speedway you got to be very proud of what they've done here this facility joe thrilled great have you with us and we've been waiting for the stay for a long time i'll bet so the fans have responded they like it to apparently we you know it's as as i heard you guys commenting on earlier this is a very fan friendly user friendly facility obviously for the drivers for the for the for the for the teams but this built for fans it looks like that they're going to expand it to we talked to grand lynch and everybody else and there's plenty of room to add more seats and they've had a sell out for the last two days on friday here when we had the first round of qualifying normally most racetracks we'll have anywhere from eight to twenty or thirty thousand fans i think we had probably forty five to fifty thousand bands just out here for qualifying barney when we had the soft opening we had the winston west guys in the arca folks in earlier i had a chance to talk to a few of their drivers and they were thrilled earlier this year to have such large crowds here to watch them ray so we've been well supported by the fans i.

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"bill graves" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"bill graves" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"'cause we couldn't play basketball baseball in college georgia dr meet in our home cows and he and his wife agreed to put ours to mount change marriage and damage brought more and if after that we would agree to become dr blow hidden told missions meet dream that we wanted to we were going to get a degree in business administration we were gonna have become dockers and you can't believe i buy your lives touch published shaved and the show since we wound up winning in new jersey state baseball championship three years roll forty eight forty nine fifty and it forty nine we're out in wichita kansas and playing in the tournament and towards the felling embodied bill grave who wish from perked aboy new jersey can miles away and albreicht than the baseball basketball coach at seattle university day to identity army and padded don't grave told the bright men about his night and the disturb goes uh we played mild wound and forty nine nut janette tournament and in the twelve tuning in the game which '17 things uh it was thought to walk the new shot so station brightman bush playing first base for mount vernon in the state of washington and he a little push paper yes dead to our address and he should bill gravest talk to us to me about you guys he said uh how we are marching said what we were thought played his sister's emotion we both courage really is going to wadi and he should what i don't go state and he should know got an edge shoring the department i just got the steel shine to edge stole second base and that was the last we heard of it and then two weeks later we got on a letter from gle university that we had a scholarship hopefully uh if we wish than we were on the next plane had that.

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"bill graves" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"bill graves" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"The mortar doina column what was the picture of was carrot kushner he added pam halfway down ahead and the first lady was a teacher in a pretend classroom and at the there was a sign on the door to schools out i hadn't i have no memory of of drawing it all i know is that when i woke up this morning and i went to my twitter feed and i saw it i deleted immediately but apparently there'd been complaints and so they suspended by account for twenty four hours i repeatedly i got measures them i said i'm i'm very sorry i mean to do that why do you think i write i took opioids and that didn't take it took pains to psychological reason all the psychological reasons will you go way you guys gonna credit critically i really hate trump now that sets mona say that no no no no no no bills grave ira no wait wait larry if you did this picture and you put on twitter what what malanje trump got he's the teacher kushner it got an apple if apple poetry school's out his pants were halfway down while you are really man oh my god look at you guys look at you guys have been a long time trump critic utility i'm really sompan look for a guy go ahead i demand do for a guy who is a big supporter of the president for you to do that now you could talk about oil you want about me or anybody else wants to do that.

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"bill graves" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"bill graves" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"A complex we deliver first release film so weak one day one on the roof tonight midnight screening of star wars inside as well as on the rooftop at midnight nominee apple cinemas can create that experience because it will usually be style in three months time one was so important fee to have an outdoor cinema in his complex cinema needs to evolve and needs to have some spectacle and needs to have some sense of occasion i think and have some specialness and at all cinemas and rooftops cinema think delivers some of that and yes that's part of that out of what he think makes a really topnotch outdoor cinemas fires can design and and the experience guides you know as i said it was got there there are elements samane the botanical gardens it's got botanical gardens the urban areas and killers scotts kill the beach we have not out in a city urban landscape with first release films with particular aesthetic an epa ticker eclectic mix a cameo cinemas has got the tempered rain forest and the dainong ranges as outlook and the sun sets behind the screen and the bill grave train line is the train is visible running under ask green giving a bit of color and movement together with als and possums that populated daniel owns was coming to visit and view the film together with the customers so you know the outdoor a spouse i guess the summarize is it gives you a chance to be in the landscape suburban or or out of suburban and deliver.

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"bill graves" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Cinema Show

Monocle 24: The Cinema Show

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"bill graves" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Cinema Show

"And yes that's part of it out of what he think makes a really topnotch outdoor cinemas fires can the design and inexperienced guides you know as i said it wants got there there are elements the botanical gardens it's got the botanical gardens the urban areas and killers scotts and kill the beach we have not out in a city urban landscape with first release films with particular aesthetic an epa ticker eclectic mix the kamya cinemas has got the temperate rainforest and the dainong ranges as outlook in the sun sets behind the screen and the bill grave train line is the train is visible running under ask screen giving a bit of cholera movement together with als and possums that populate the danube owns was coming to visit and view the film together with the customers so you know the a spouse i guess the summarize is it gives you a chance to be in the landscape suburban or you know our out of suburban and deliver you know that particular mccrone varamin and and i guess it's just lack come a regular cinema i mean i guess it's really important to get the basic striking a comfortable say accessibility to united some some decent food de agree with that with the state's definitely not comfortable cinemas so there is a certain casualness to it so you know it's usually a dictator thing rabin beg thing or sitting on the blanket so is not necessarily paramount because somehow outside excuses that more casual approach.

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