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"bill king" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan
"Right, 87781153 which quality like better. Steve Rebels, Beast Quake or Bill King's Holy Roller sterling. I know that this was a week two regular season game, and it's worth noting that the Chargers losing ended up not making the playoffs. Yes, because of this everyday matters Every game matters. Bill King just thrown out like nothing in the world is really like all these phrases filled. This gets my vote. The beast quake is for me a more memorable place for what? I was alive for that one. And not for this one. Yes, but this called to me. It gets my vote. I'm voting bilking. It's the epitome of play by play radio, and he covered all the bases. He gave you all the excitement of the actual play in the after effects and man, they're just so many drops in there. You just You gotta love that call. It's getting my vote as well. Bilking you get to take it to the sweet 16. All right. So zero. You agree? Absolutely okay. And I love the Martian lynch playing that in the beginning. I'm like, I don't know how we're going. Not send that one along. But once again, it's not the play. It's the call and bilking had the better. Technically, it was a big play because like you said, it kept them out of the playoff implications. Alright, tell owes. You can overrule if you'd like. 8778811 of 53 but I'm already seeing early support for bilking. So let's mark Bill King and pencil. Get the pen ready with a ticket to the elite eight. Now we go to the ice. Okay? Mayday. It is not just my birthday really? May 1st. It is also a goal off the stick of Brad May. It sent the Buffalo Sabres to the Stanley Cup. And this is a long time sabers voice Rick generates with the call..
"bill king" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Supply company to do we'll talk with the C. E. O. coming up in a few minutes okay CBS news at eight fifteen and see bidders got some sad news in about one of the big names in NBA history yeah that's right stand hall of fame coach former NBA guard Jerry Sloan has passed away at age seventy gate a first round pick the number four overall choice by the Baltimore bullets in nineteen sixty five out of Evansville the six five guard played one season with the bullets than ten with the Chicago Bulls career averages of fourteen point seven and a half boards was a two time all star four time first team all defense highly credited as being the first of his generation to introduce the dive initiating contact on the defensive end of the diving to the floor in a typically successful attempt to draw the offense of foul then got into coaching head coach of the bulls for three seasons than thirteen with the Utah Jazz losing in the conference finals four times into the NBA finals twice to Michael Jordan the bulls in nineteen ninety seven and ninety eight stand of course there's you know no live sports virtually to be watching these days but there's no shortage of sports involving games from the past I noticed this weekend fourteen games from the past replayed on television here and six on the radio but the one that I really want is the December sixth nineteen sixty eight radio broadcast of the warrior SuperSonics games from Seattle you know what I'm talking about you're talking about the bill king moment the bill king so called mother's day broadcast when he called the referee ed rush of the M. F. word late in the game not knowing that the crowd Mike would pick up for pick up the word so the word that the warriors I believe were fined five hundred Bucks by the bill could bill king was fined five hundred dollars the NBA picked up the fine and for many many many years after that bill said he would get mother's day cards early every December from fans like I said I'd love to hear it again at the sports desk Steve Baker KCBS we can't hear it here though all right there are rules and laws similarly checking in with KCBS traffic.
"bill king" Discussed on KTRH
"Another investigation of the president over the Roger stone sentencing political analyst bill king told you since morning news that's ridiculous that to me requires a crime and obstruction Akon there's you know abuse of office those are not defined crimes and so if you're gonna review move oppressed I think you need to be for something really serious and really definite and not just because you don't like what he's doing king says voters are tired of investigations and they want Congress to work on things like healthcare and border security also most rodeo time that means barbecue David stone with the Houston livestock show and rodeo World Championship barbecue contest told you since morning news the contest is gone international we're gonna have a two hundred fifty four teams this year competing for the a grand champion of the World Championship barbecue contest this year we've got to come in from Australia to come in from Great Britain with that Sweden Canada Mexico and Brazil barbecue barbecue cook off runs from the twenty seventh through the twenty ninth rodeo officially opens up March third and runs through the twenty second a Texas woman who leaked secret government information about Russian influence in the twenty sixteen election trying to get out of prison the former airforce intelligence specialist says she only acted to inform the public she was sentenced to more than five years in federal prison prosecutors say her senses the longest ever imposed for an unauthorized release of government information to the media right now the Dow was up forty eight the Nestle Cup sixty eight S. B. five hundred up sixteen oil at fifty to seventy eight now more of the Michael berry show I'm Scott Kroger mystery of sudden forty K. T. R. H. as our next Republican county commissioner Tom Ramsey will focus on the basics like safe neighborhoods we should feel secure in our homes Tom will stand up to liberal activists who want to make Harris County a sanctuary for criminals as mayor Tom Ramsey enacted measures which made Spring Valley the safest city in Harris County according to FBI statistics he will bring the same common sense approaches to commissioners court Tom Ramsey will also focus on fixing flooding and infrastructure Tom serves on the Harris County stormwater task force and will ensure we are properly prepared for natural disasters Tom Ramsey will not let the liberals and commissioners court raise our taxes as a mayor he lowered taxes over twenty one percent as an elected official Tom Ramsey will do what he's done on March third vote for approving conservative leader vote for Tom Ramsey for county commissioner in the Republican primary political advertisement by the time in the campaign it's that time time log in low show is on the the name is is called as a girl can the clear sky you good is that Allen's of never crosses this welcome Robinson road co writer on one of these is very Gordy but I wonder if Berry Gordy really co wrote it or just kept the credit but shop around the nineteen seventy six captain and Tennille song went to number four was smoky the one who really loves you that merry wells of the Supremes made famous he wrote you beat me to the punch also merry wells you really got a hold on me which Gil McCormick saying in seventy two Americans took to number.
U.S. Requiring Social Media Information From Visa Applicants
"To be leaving the area, the US State Department now will require nearly all applicants for visas to the US to submit their social media user names, the new roles which have just taken affect are expected to impact about fifteen million visitors to the. United States each year university of San Francisco school of law professor, Bill king tells KCBS that the new rules likely will slow down the process of issuing visas in that, about seven hundred thousand of the people who will be affected or people immigrating legally to the US. Hang says the previously social media information information only had to be site from applicants coming from countries that had been identified as hotbeds of terrorist activity. But now will apply to everyone. Five years of your social media accounts and passwords, and even your phone numbers, you're for we're gonna look at your phone records as well. The idea according to administration that they want to look into every nook and cranny of somebody's background to see if there's something about the individual that might radio. Red flag. Hang says the new roles have been in the making for about a year, but there has been internal resistance at the State Department because of the extra work that will now be required
"bill king" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Bernie Sanders recently said rather radical position putting the Democrats on the spot that folks who are in prison should be able to vote while they're in prison, even if they're on death row. Merrill, Matthews is a resident scholar at the institute for policy innovation. And he says bad idea, why is that Merrill, well, because it would affect allow people who have deprived people of their constitutional rights to Maine to maintain their, you know what happened was when Bernie Sanders asked that question he said, look, I it's a constitute it's one of our most valued constitutional rights, but right to vote. I agree with that. But when somebody commits murder, and John William king Bill king, who was executed in Texas on April twenty four th for the murder of James. Berg junior. That's the black man that he dragged behind his truck. Bill king have prohibited. He, he took away. Not only Joe James birds right to vote, but it right to life. And so, even yes, you do some freedoms when you go into jail, you lose a number of constitutional rights and freedoms, and I think the right to vote should be one, especially for convicted murderers, you note in your head to states, Maine, and Vermont, actually allow felons to retain the right to vote from jail. I was not aware of that indeed and Vermont has maintained it from the beginning. It's always had that, right? Bernie Sanders points that out and he says he says there's been no negative effects from Vermont, they elected him. Exactly right. Then voting for him. I would think that's one. But you know, Vermont is a second small state in the country. It has the lowest crime rate of the country, and it's not clear to me that we can draw lessons from Vermont, and apply that to large inner cities, especially with cities with heavy crime rates and, and high murder population. So I, I don't think that's a good example from from him. Are you suggesting that the nature of a prison inmate in Vermont is different than that, in that, that hails from Detroit, New York City, L A, or Houston? I think they could be Vermont is not New York City. It's not LA. It's not as San Francisco. So I it's not Houston. So, I think you, you want to be careful about drawing lessons from something that just not the same interesting. You know, twenty two in your op-ed. By the way, we've posted this up Ed to our. Website at Michael berry dot com. If you'd like to read the original twenty two states reinstate the right to vote only after felons have completed their parole or probation time. I want to talk about the other twelve in a moment. But talk about that group if you would write this goes from the national conference of state legislatures. That's the group that just sort of a trade association of state legislatures, and they track a lot of these things, they say fourteen states and the district of Columbia, allow felons to regain the right to vote soon as they walk out the door. Twenty two states. Wait force you to wait to finish probation, or Perot, Texas is included in that list. And in twelve states someone's have to petition the governor, I think, in some cases, it's pretty pro forma, but they have to take some other steps in order to be able to get the right to vote. What's been happening over the past few years? Is there's been a growing movement to say we need to re look at this, and this is from both conservatives and liberals, the Texas public policy foundation and. Austin has been one of the leaders on this. And so we're, we're the states are reexamining this, and asking if there may not be some cases, in which you want to sort of relax these, these restrictions, but that's where it stands right now. Of the fifty states you note, the data comes from the national conference of state legislatures fourteen states, and the N felons lose the right to vote while they're in prison, but then immediately can vote upon release. Okay. So that's fourteen of them. And then twenty two states say you lose the right to vote till you get out of prison and complete your parole or your probation time. And then another twelve say you have to do all that plus petition the governor for his pardon, which you say is kind of pro forma they're going to get it anyway. But it's just an extra little burden. I guess, to catch those fall through the cracks, right? Can be pro forma. I it varies with the state. And then, of course, there's the two states Maine in Vermont that have that allow convicted felons to vote Merrill, Matthews is resident scholar at the institute for policy innovation his his aditorial posted on our blog today. What is your? A position you say they shouldn't be able to vote while they're in prison. But what is your position, the day they walk out? I feel like I, I tend to go with the twenty two states that you should you have your time in prison you lease finish your time with parole or probation and then I'm generally comfortable with returning that, though. He doesn't there's a few states that actually have some restrictions. If you're if you're a convicted sex offender, I'm fine, if you don't want to let them vote if you with murder, I'm fine. He want to restrict that as well. Several other countries have have started moving towards allowing some people in prison with minor offenses. They may not have been the violence or something that retaining the right to vote. I think that's worthy of debate, but I'm not I'm not upset with where we are right now. But we, we've been talking before we had you on about the tenth amendment about the abortion Bill in Alabama about leaving states. You know, the character of Vermont, and Maine and Rhode Island's very different than Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas Arizona for that matter, California's different than Arizona. What's wrong with the system as it is now where we have three different four different sets of factors that state gets to choose who going to be there, Senator, and their governor why not leave it as it is. I'm perfectly comfortable with the leaving it with the state's constitutionally it is left with the states that states make these types of determinations, what Bernie Sanders most to do is try to force it from the federal level. But because we are a collection of state, and states do different things because both because of the culture and the voters that are there, I'm perfectly fine with a league leading the states make those decisions. So even though I would. Would not do what Vermont does they've done? And if that's what for monitoring wanna do. I'm glad let him do it. Well, and, and I think that's probably the best system. They're going to have different all sorts of different codes and regulations and positions in the state of Vermont. Then in California, then, we're going to have in Texas. And as far as I'm wondering if they want to let their criminals vote, while they're serving their time, so be it. But it shouldn't be a national policy Merrill Matthews institute for policy innovation. Thank you for being our guest. Thank you, Michael and his aditorial is posted on our blog at Michael berry dot com. His opening line, I think's worth noting on April twenty fourth Texas executed white supremacist, John William Bill king. He was a murderer, but he also would have been voter if democrat presidential candidate Bernie Sanders had his way, and of course, king was one of the four guys who dragged James bird junior to his death. Th- behind a truck pretty explosive emotional response by the people of Texas to that case. So by using that case he's making the point, one of the worst of the worst. He also points out the Chechnyan bombers at the Boston marathon. Because Bernie Sanders made the point. I'd let that guy vote.
'New moral low': Bill King slams Houston's Mayor Turner for accepting campaign funds from strip club owners
"One. Our top story. A Houston mayoral candidate claims they found questionable political donors on mayors. Mr. Turner's campaign finance reports said some of mayor Turner's donors are the owners of businesses that contribute to Houston's reputation as the nation's capital for human trafficking. From soup. He says in two thousand thirteen the city of Houston entered into an agreement with sixteenth strict clubs referred to as Sweet Sixteen. The next mayor will decide whether to renew that agreement in two thousand
"bill king" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Cueto with a sore elbow Santa all, with a hamstring giants in San Diego tonight Holland, against lower meanwhile Toronto traded suspended closer Roberto assume to the, Astros for relief pitcher Ken Giles in two minor league pitchers the. As host of Blue, Jays, Jackson, against Estrada and tonight the as honor the late great Bill king going commercial free on a radio broadcast on. Sister. Station ninety. Five seven the game this morning Steve STAN and Susan had some laughs with John Madden about, the legend of Bill king in. The broadcast booth used to Just take off his pants and stuff too What. He needed to be comfortable gets pants off Is that right Steve I don't know anything You say you were there and. Then say you? Don't? In the shoes too Shoes yeah yeah they came up He used to. Come. To. Practice that way No. No no shoes and a pair of shorts Take the shirt off and He's me like laying out there, in, the graph southern themselves man that's the life. That was about the, car he drove VW Denise. Steve or something beat up every Cari had was Beat up, by a Beata breakdown he. Would just leave it And. Then go buy another nothing we could. Go on their car he drove had a rusted out floorboard you could actually see. The road are you were Checkouts that..
"bill king" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"So i've had a pretty good baseball run it no no doubt i i remember when i was growing up in the bay area bill king was one of my favorites and part of the reason was not just baseball bill king did the radio the warriors to the golden state warriors and by the time i started listening to baseball i mean i was so familiar with bill through football and basketball and he was so good and so on top of it in so descriptive i knew him as more of a football and basketball guy but he was with the as for probably twenty five year one call that i can still hear bill king give is when the raiders beat the vikings in the seventies in still here bill king give is when the raiders beat the vikings in the seventies eddie egos all man will run all man willie brown yeah did a longtime jan wants to join us in our conversation about baseball jan you're on koa how are you i am great you guys just taken me back to such wonderful memories born and raised outside of detroit i was also kid in the sixties just i am great you guys just taken me back to such wonderful memories born and raised outside of detroit i was also kid in the sixty just loved it took me back to the back yard at my grandparents house than dearborn listening to every game on sunday tigers had really good teams back then was just it was just a magical time.
"bill king" Discussed on WLOB
"We report you aside greater portland's fm one hundred point five and newstalk 1320 a m with your local wlob update at the bottom of the hour it's wednesday december thirteen forecast clouds sun and wind with highs in the mid20s here's what's happening a man from standard probably wishes he could correct his decision to enter a home without permission your county sheriff bill king said it appears anthony jones h 35 simply picked the wrong house to burglarize on monday early that afternoon sean wilson was home and lymington with two of his children when he heard his door opened with a crash in came jones to sweating profusely and bleeding from the mouth rambling about people chasing him and visibly experiencing excited delirium unfortunately for jones wilson is a corrections officer for your county wilson put jones on the floor while calling nine one one continuing to restrain the intruder until deputies arrived jones was arrested for burglary it was later revealed that jones was wanted for violating his probation stemming from a domestic incident in cumberland county jones was taken to the hospital where he was admitted for observation due to his condition and taken to jail upon release portland is now apologizing after it shared the information of more than two hundred patients enrolled in its now closed hiv positive health program without their consent the city shared the info with usm researchers forest study the studies purpose was finding if there were any gaps in service after the program closed and grants that funded it were transferred portland claims its actions did not constitute a hip of violation because there are exemptions in place for research and programme evaluation for the second winter in a row the may department of transportation is trying to hire snowplough drivers the department has about fifty open positions main dot spokesperson ted talbot says the statewide worker shortage is the driving force behind the problem means unemployment rate is at about three percent to fill in the gaps the dot has turned to an outside contractor called first vehicle to supply 24 additional drivers talbot said customer sir perfect levels will remain the same and drivers should not notice the difference equality despite a worker shortage sports in the forecast next on newstalk wlob.
"bill king" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Only we only get berries version emperors version of what actually happened in all likelihood you know i i they did present people at berries trial that said he wasn't a racist i don't believe that maybe he wasn't at one point in his life i don't know how that works to be honest with you um but i think that i think all three of these guys were absolutely involved in this horrible crime i think we're not getting the full story from either berry or brewer rankings not talk and i mean it's it's a mixture every one of these cases that we cover captain they they break your heart okay they break your heart first and then after that they break your brain they break your brain because you're trying to figure out how our people even capable of doing such horrible things to one another and in each one of these cases because of of the heartbreak and because of of the pain that i have to take in from from looking at these cases i'm looking for i'm looking for a little tidbit a little morsel of something that can make me smile at some point during this case i was able to find a big one of those later we'll talk about that a little bit later but while we're on our way to that the for the the first tidbit that i found that made me smile was that when bill king was transported i don't know how many facilities actually handled the execution of these inmates in taxes right it may be more than one but the facility that he was transferred to there is an intake facility for all of the death penalty a deathrow inmates and the name of that intact.
"bill king" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Okay that said please pray for the bird family who have endured in unimaginable pain and loss please pray for these jurors who have shouldered a terrible burden please pray for our town of jasper a community that remains strong tho scarred by this unspeakable act now the younger mr king bill king who was on trial also left a written statement behind and as he was taken away to prison he left the statement that said though i remain adamant about my innocence it's been obvious from the beginning that this community would get what they desire so i close with the words of france's yawkey the promise of success is with the man who is determined to die proudly when it's no longer possible to live proudly and it was signed sincerely john w king and those from france's who cocky yeah yeah well on his way out of the courthouse when they were taking bill king out of the courthouse in onto prison um moon now is he okay so he's asked by reporters if he has anything to say to the bird family at this point bill king smirked any responded within obscenity um a um i i would prefer not to say it myself if you want to you can go ahead the thing is i don't know what he said well then you have to locate that he said something extremely rude to the family of of a murder victim whether he's guilty or not okay um style and let me stop it and you tell me all right we're back magic his podcast uh so what he said when asked if he had anything to say to the bird family he said you can suck magdic as we said yeah and you know i hesitated to tell that story in its entirety because because of this um.
"bill king" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Set is seeing the new guest at the party and became enraged angered and very loud so they probably stormed out of this party from there they spent some time drinking and driving so sean berry had an old gray pickup truck and they were driving around in his pickup truck drinking beers and you know looking to pick up women i guess yeah probably old in hands and stuff so james bird left in he's going to be walking home and now we have these three guys driving around in the pickup truck drinking their beers somewhere along james's walk home a truck with these three guys in it pulls up and they offer him a ride so from my understanding having never been there but the way that i believe jaspers laid out is that you have uh the east side in the west side which is divided by highway ninety six and remember we said he was james byrd was at an event taking place on one side of town and across the other side of town was his apartment so at some point james had a walk along highway ninety six to get to his apartment that's where he encountered sean berry bill king and russell brewer in the primer gray pickup truck right in this is not a good thing i mean this is not going to be good for james bird because one he doesn't know that he's getting offered a ride by three white supremicist he doesn't know that these white were at some party and left because a black woman showed up yeah he doesn't know who who he's getting in the truck with they offer him a ride james bird accepts the offer and as you said cabinet he gets in the truck with bill king russell brewer in sean berry now bill king and not russell but sean berry.
"bill king" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Sean berry bill king and russell brewer and this goes down like this so it's it's technically bill king's apartment okay sean berry had a girlfriend that he at this time would have had at least one child with may be too but i think it was one of those one you know has one kid in one on the way situation sean in his lady friend were having some trouble and they were on the 'outs so sean goes to stay with bill king sean berry at this time is working as a manager at a movie theater then we have russell brewer he is just fresh out of prison it's like the last week or second to last week of may that he got out of prison and he he headed out to jasper to catch up with bill king and stay there with him for a while now bill king wants to organize a white supremacy chapter or group in jasper taxes this is the texas rebels soldier division of the confederate nights of america and russell brewer is going to be the first member or hold a high rank i'm not really sure how that stuff works it sounds like these three idiots living together in this apartment it's pretty much like a loud drunk threeman party every night because at some point the landlady had got sick of the noise in the late drunk in nights and bill king was facing an eviction from his apartment let's get right back to the james bird case right after this quick beer bring.
"bill king" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"It would have been he would have been attacked and according to the article what was multiple times and then eventually he ended up with this white supremicist group all right so what happens next with these uh losers could would you mind terribly if we circle the wagons back there and and talked about that newspaper article in the reason being is the uh the reason why kept saying according to the washington post it's a whole ridic story but you know you referenced the hollywood movies earlier and how they portray prison and it sounds to me like a very kind of hollywood version of what could be going on in this prison i'm not saying that none of this stuff happened right but what i'm what i question when i read that article is where are they getting this information from because i don't know who it out of any of those groups that were mentioned in the article that would come forward with that information okay maybe they're getting this from bill king himself and if so it's you how it says hey excuse it's all this but what i get i get that it's an excuse and maybe it did come from bill king but then isn't that like because bill king is like a it he's proud to be a racist and he's proud to be in this white supremicist group okay but this group according to the story doublecrossed you and made you a victim so that you would join their group it seems like the last group you would want to join if that's how they create their members but he's he's assists he he needed somebody to protect them no no no no i i get that portion of it what i'm saying is that it that five i don't trust the story because i don't know how they would have got this information because no matter who would tell you this story at of any of those groups they're putting themselves in a horrible light you know what i mean they're they're putting themselves as being the bad guy there is no good guy in that story.
"bill king" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Mmm bill as a child he was diagnosed as a manic depressive by ninety eight these to it known each other for over twelve for about ten years in fact they went to school together so this is a lengthy friendship between these two so sean berry his father died when he was just a kid and he dropped out of school in the eighth grade it's believed that about this time that he went and he was living somewhat on the streets he wasn't close to his mother uh so we after we see his father passing away we see his family life just i mean fall guard is has gone we have built king who dropped out of school and the ten th grade the to actually gotten to trouble together in 1991 the two broke into a warehouse they were caught and they were sent to a boot camp style to be sent off two his boot camp type of thing to be reformed both completed this boot camp both received probation afterwards jerry springerstyle well yeah yeah so sean berry he had little to no trouble with following the rules and doing what was expected of him while on probation bill king well not so much and bill king violated his probation he gets caught with drugs and so he so he ends up in prison and bill is the one that was diagnosed with manicdepression correct so may be possibly self medicating clones yeah yeah very likely bill gets caught with these drugs he goes to prison and while he's imprisoned he met this guy named laurence russell brewer he just goes by russell okay so russell brewer is about eight years older than bill bror is one of these always in and out of prison kind of dudes you know so a real win.
"bill king" Discussed on WLOB
"At the top of the hour it's thursday october twelve forecast sunny with a high near 60 here's what's happening six main veterans are suing the us government for medical malpractice after they say a proprietary is at togas veteran's hospital practiced negligent foot and ankle care whether the lawsuits move forward hinges in part on this question did the us department of veterans affairs fraudulently conceal it that's now up to a judge to decide under means statute the lawsuit has to be filed within three years of the medical procedure so the statute of limitations is up however there is an exception if the veterans can prove whether they fraudulently concealed it or whether there is a special relationship between the a and it's patients and they had a duty to tell the patience oral arguments are scheduled for october 25th a main sheriff opposed to holding people beyond their scheduled release on behalf of federal immigration officials defended his position during an open forum in old orchard beach last night your county sheriff bill king is one of two sheriff's unwilling to detain people a position governor paul a page has threatened to fire county sheriff's for if they do not comply with requests made by immigration officials king's physician prompted opposition on facebook leading to the lightly attended forum at the old tortured beach town hall king said the forum helped him to be transparent in explaining his position the city of portland has reached a tentative agreement with its police unions on a new threeyear contract that would increase wages and require officers to start wearing body cameras the city council is gadgil to take an initial vote on the tentative agreements with the police benevolent association and the police superior officers benevolent association at its monday night meeting in sydney hall the city confirmed in april insecure twenty six thousand dollars in a federal law enforcement grants.
"bill king" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Bill king do start patten this pockets gone all baby i forgot my wallet and she goes wall here you know or you'd see he'd he'd serpent alarm on his cell phone is phony go off he pretend he was evident conversation hang up this alleged conversation until his date you know i've got this home remodeling project any fifty five hundred dollars to finish it but i gotta do it on tuesday but the guy won't be there with the morning till thursday tonight sunday night oh what am i going to do will here let me give you fifty five hundred dollars off that'd be great of course then he'd be gone so there were a handful of women who he had run this common to give more money so mark leonard's mindset was always the next big scam hama going to do this and to some degree easa sociopath doesn't conscious of this was gonna get hurt he needs mons rod surely in within one month he's living with her in talking with her about upping her insurance on this house and how much is your insurance worth by valentine's day three months later he's already talking to about blowing up the house and at no point as she saying absolutely not she sing well i wish you wouldn't do this or if you say it's going to be okay mantra shirley was in intensive care nurse on the south side indianapolis at saint francis and also after community south a highly educated highly skilled you know those hospitals or swarming with offduty sheriff's deputies were security guards at any point on her lunch break she could have called guys science of look i'm really scared my boyfriend wants to bore my house but instead she goes along because she was so much in love with mark leonard and not only did he can vince earned talker into he talks brother bob leonard into joining with this adventure with this 'cause i want to plo overtime talked about the of the relationship between those three that you guys talk about in the book levin great in the harline about the rich when hill murders once again it goes back to that were in age of csi that if i'm a police investigator in the house blows up one of the first things on i'm going to go do is okay what.
"bill king" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Just hearing his voice makes my day he never wasted a word that has use of language is unsurpassed now here's bill king talking some baseball with me poli toledo early grimes there was a story picture he retired icu at thirty four hit one hundred seventy eight by the evidence career eddie eddie an all stubble veered they used to patrick through three day growth of veered look as ferociously occurred in his demeanor was equal to that on the mound he came from the era where pictures literally void hitters whether personal enemies edward air detective read off the table bill and perhaps that their children starve if they didn't succeed i'm serious i be that was the way he approach things this football was banned in and i think quotas but he already had use it for many years and so it was grandfathered in and he was the last several years and yet when his career came to it at the time i started broadcasting i was just a a kid my first league camp the wealthy organization was here in missouri there were five mightily tinned trading there including ours which was a class b team and verde was one of the supervisors he supervised all of the young pictures he lectured that day in and day out and demonstrated and so on that of course just a thought verde drives us a little bit intimidating today is this a young ugh i get my feet wedding baseball i found him immensely approachable and almost philosophical at this camp they had a couple of little resorts that had log cabin type the facilities and that a big central dining hall and the teams all were quartered there that so i had a little cabinet my own and i usually be getting episode six thirty quarter seven about seven or seven fifteen we are not going to go ido for the door airs burly and earlier smoke and this pipe with a huge huge boll and very fragrant tobacco and he sat down on the edge of bad while irish shaving getting graf had hoops dragged dropping fiction philosophy and talk about some of the young guys he had barron camp and this was almost said daily ripped through and this was nineteen fifty one the most noted player in the camp.
"bill king" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"With bill over the years just hearing his voice makes my day he never wasted a word and his use of language is unsurpassed now here's bill king talking some baseball with me totally toledo yeah i was very interesting it was in a different time a nineteen forty four without going into detail job is just to high school kid but to should fortunate circumstances had the opportunity to ship in a box seat for all six games nineteen fortyfour world series between the st louis cardinals st louis brown's and it seemed to us in those days that the field was just swarming with people with media tycoon show on before the game but by comparison with the hordes of media people today it was only a drop in the bucket but there was virtually no security people had to have press badges and credentials but nobody seemed to be checking them and after a couple of games my friend and i said he's let's see if we can go down the field because people are just milling all over the place are talking with players and lo and behold we do and i wanted over toward the cardinals dugout they were just beginning to stream out before pregame drills and so on the bullpen catcher name bob keeley mind is very well aware that was an avid followers the cardinals and the cubs at the time and i was a wouldbe catcher semi pro in high school baseball and trying to soak up anything i could garner over and introduce myself to him was playing catch with somebody and he was very gracious we talked and i told him i was a catcher and i asked him some specific questions and he was very accommodating and lo and behold pretty soon mort cooper came walking out more cooper was one of the dominating allstar pitchers of that time a twenty game winner on a couple of occasions and much regarded in pitching at that time and he started playing catch with more and we continue to talk in finding said hey he want to catch a little bit and i said are you serious and he said sure he added means met and mort cooper and i were out there mortgage started the first game at a world series playing catch before this i think it was heeded a third of the fourth game of the world.