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"four interview" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"Presented by shanin agency. Here's tanner swint. Let's get it going on this thursday morning. I am tanner schwinn. Thanks for being with us here on noko now. I'm live from the collusion specialists studios. We've got one hell of a show for you today. We've got. We're looking down the barrel of four interviews four interview thursday right now and it's going to be good. It's going to be a lot of fun talking with these people. I always the usual suspects right. We will talk with We'll talk with miles. Bloom aren't out of the fort collins colorado and about csu update as well With possibly to the afc That's an interesting lateral move. Maybe about how about too big time. Transfers coming out of. Cas you yesterday. With ellison hubbard the defensive lineman and And and marcus mcelroy Macelroy that marcus has already received an offer from unc. If that happens again if if that happens we've got some serious questions and angel. I know that Let's introduce my producer.
Melvin Van Peebles, godfather of Black cinema, dies at 89
"A pioneering filmmaker who helped launch the blaxploitation Aaron movies is died some call Melvin van Peebles the godfather of modern black cinema and not just because he ushered in movies like shaft and Superfly his son Merrill says his dad knew that black images matter if a single black image is worth a thousand words how much more what a whole movie about blacks be worth novem people's answer that question when he released sweet Sweetback's badass song which he wrote produced directed starred in and scored in this two thousand and four interview he said that it did not only inspire black filmmakers you have women directing films in the one even begin to think about you have Latinos you have Asian you have blacks you have disenfranchised across the board being able to do things that made possible made on a budget of about a half billion dollars sweet sweet back or in fourteen million at the box office despite being an X. rated having limited distribution and few positive reviews by critics I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"four interview" Discussed on Overdue
"Black culture in harlem and black religious culture and all sorts of things. We talked about on the go teller. I'm out in episode. And so the fact that he comes out with this book that is about homosexuality and bisexuality and you know gay perry as you said but then is also like all of the characters are white what is does authored doing. who is he writing for. Yeah there's a ball gears. Now there's a quote from him that he'd from later in his life where he says quote the sexual question. The racial question have always been entwined if americans can mature on the level of racism than they have to mature on the level of sexuality. Now i think he's. I think that is a quote from somewhere in the late seventies or the eighties. And he's talking in the context of like americans maturing on race in the wake of the civil rights era. I think our current era that we're living in extreme has exposed like Some of the ways in which we still have not progressed As a society on that particular question but he but he baldwin views the issues as similar i guess in terms of like fighting for acceptance and that kind of thing he said in the paris review interview or a lot of these big quotes permits in nineteen eighty-four interview in the paris review. I thought i would seal giovanni off into a short story but it turned into giovanni is room. I certainly could not possibly have not at that point in my life handled the other great weight. The negro problem. The sexual moral light was a hard thing to deal with. I could not handle both propositions in the same book. There was no room for it. I might do it differently today but then to have a black presence in the book at that moment and in paris would have been quite beyond my powers. I'm sure people would argue that. He probably could have pulled it off if you wanted. But he's an expert on himself. There's like There's a straightforwardness to the genre of issue that this book is is that i think i don't i'm not saying i don't think baldwin could have.
"four interview" Discussed on Mind Pump
"Include your shirt size and your shipping address. And we'll get that shirt right out to you. Marc randolph. Right founder of netflix's we interviewed him What a great interview. Yeah margai guy. Yeah it was a fun one i. I'm i'm actually. I'm really excited. The audience knows that we just released the so. I i believe the last four interviews that we have done the four best interviews mind. Pump is recorded yet. Probably in my opinion i would agree. I could and now that tonal was the first one of those five actually five four or five. Doug got. I think probably five. The last the last five. I thought were the bed. Tunnels the first one of the five. That were we've released Marc randolph will be another one. That's coming out. That i thought was just a really fun conversation but since then i bought his book..
"four interview" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"It is all northern colorado. All day long it is funny. Friday presented by the comedy for it But my goodness okay. So let's see here. What are we got Well we'll get to the greeley cop logs in just a moment here but We are also going to talk with linda winter of accessories with flair and a hair. She's got music coming to her places afternoon as things are opening back up in northern colorado. We're here to highlight them So we're gonna talk with linda. Winter with accessories of the flair and hair mike morris drops by without a collision specialist to Get fired up. He needed an extra day to get fired up. Apparently this week so Mike is scheduled to be here with us today as well. Then our number two david pennington shine shop. They're going to be down at the greeley blues jam Going to be pouring down there would stop by was able to to see david and and and the company yesterday over at the shine shop. We've been talking to you guys about them for a long time so he joins me and then finally Christie with the comedy fort. She's going to be opening this weekend for the comedy for will have her about ten thirty five. So yeah that's four interviews. It's a four interview. Friday very much looking forward to it to do today and really going to get into it. It's all northern colorado. I'm pumped up about it. I've got tavern gift cards to anybody. Feeling feeling lucky today. Want sit in joke or two. It makes me laugh. I tell you what we can hook you up with a twenty dollars gift card to the tavern at saint michel square texted into the 'tatanka girl. Tax it's nine seven zero four seven eight one three zero one nine seven zero four seven eight one three zero one all right. Let's get.
"four interview" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Yes welcome back to free talk live. We are the live call in radio. Talk program where you can take control of the airwaves to talk about anything. That's on your mind. The telephone number that you would need to do that. Is six zero three two eight three six one six zero again. Six zero three two eight three six one six in the studio tonight. It's myself the reverend captain. Kick ass joining me. It's funny and chris been talking about this article from fbi. The foundation for economic education. The talked a bit about trevor lawrence the newly drafted nfl football player taking his entire. Signing bonus crypto currencies and has moved on to talk about why are crypto currency. Certa going bonkers right now. The explosion of cryptocurrencies is a sign that many fear government is pushing the dollar to its breaking point. Hayek argued that government simply can't help themselves once. Lawmakers realize their control over money can serve as not just a medium of exchange but as a source of power and gotten wealth the inevitably manipulate currency in ways. That harm its value. And you can take this back to the roman empire you can take this back to actually really any empire ish type thing that has risen and fallen you can always look at their economic. What's the word. I'm thinking of economic ups and downs. You the chart of their economy and their currency to see where that particular empire that particular state. If you will failed yeah so. Since the function of government in issuing money is no longer one of merely certifying the weights and finesse of a certain piece of metal but now involves a deliberate determination of the quantity of money to be issued. Governments have become wholly inadequate for the task. And it can be said without qualifications have incessantly and everywhere abused their trust to defraud. The people hayek wrote there was only one real solution he concluded. I don't believe we shall ever have good money again before we take the thing out of the hands of government. Yes minister did it. Hayek observed this in nineteen eighty-four interview with james blanchard the third because we can't take it violently out of the hands of government. All we can do is buy some sly roundabout way introduce something. They can't stop. Wow it's still cool. This is still high eq. It's so cool. He said that back way before he could have even imagined bitcoin and he was describing like what happened and he says. Are the article continues. Well we found a peaceful way to do precisely described people like russia cohen. Trevor lawrence in countless others are smart enough to take advantage of it yet. Here's the thing it's not. Even if we didn't have crypto currency one of the things that any investor type is going to tell you is you don't invest dollars. I mean generally being right. I mean if you're if you're a traitor in viet fine but most people you don't want to invest in others because dollars go down in value. You want to invest in other firm for sorts of assets that are going to go up in value over time mean like four different currency trading or do you mean like like having a house of some people take advantage of the differences between euros dollars for example or other other other fiat currencies. So you know and you can potentially make money off of those trades just like you. Kinda with crypto currencies. So i said. I had three things that i wanted to highlight here because the question originally is bitcoin are crypto currencies. More to the point going mainstream and so this again from bitcoin dot com actress. My lacunas reveals. I'm using crypto currencies after getting into bitcoin with ashton kutcher. Eight years ago. Those of you. Who don't know who these people are. My lacunas and ashton kutcher were on that seventies show. Even i know who the names for anybody for tv's and movies and things like that. He's always been my favorite like female celebrity. Like i think she's the prettiest. These are very well known people if you don't know who they are. i'm surprised. My lacunas initially thought that investing in bitcoin was a horrible idea however now she's using crypto currencies and said she has never been happier to be rung a famous film and tv actress. Coonass who's married to actor ashton kutcher talked about bitcoin on the late show with stephen colbert. On thursday. she explained that before making an investment culture would run them by her. The best part about him is he's really smart about including me in everything and making sure that i'm aware of everything that is happening. Tunis shared she started dating culture in two thousand twelve and the pair married in july of two thousand fifteen. He's also really smart at knowing that. Sometimes you shouldn't listen to your wife. She'll find she says early into our dating two things came up kunas described. They were uber and bitcoin app. And that's strange. These are the two things. I don't say strange. It's actually kind of cool. These are the two things that she's highlighting that came up early and their relationship because uber and bitcoin are birds of a feather right. What uber did was decentralized. Ridesharing right working well right and created you. Know was a direct contributor to the gig economy. Bitcoin of course threatens the banking system as peer to peer trading. And and that kinda thing. So both of these are what they called disruptive technology right and so that's why the birds of a feather so she said that The two things that came up early in their dating were uber and bitcoin. After listening to cut your explain that uber is like a cab company but anybody can drive. The cab coulda said that's the worst idea ever. She said when he asked her to try the service out she panicked. I was like you're gonna put me in a car with a stranger. What's wrong with you. I was furious here. He called do you. Do you know your taxi driver. Because i don't know and i never did. I just called the cab. Company would show up in a car who was a stranger seeming that these cab companies do super super shock on checks. But that doesn't get they were all subcontracted. People are onto this idea that just because of businesses license like there's some sort of checking going on in the background that these aren't serial killers and the reality is some of them are yup when ashton kutcher pitch the idea of bitcoin to her kuna said he sat me down was like hey babe i gotta explain this thing to you. Tell me if i'm crazy. He's like there's a thing it's like mining for money. It's called crypto currency. And there's this thing called it a company. Apparently this it's called bitcoin. She continued and.
"four interview" Discussed on Mouse and Weens
"Mean that garages. It just keeps all the cookies cold brilliant so again. if there's any axes x guys out there that have been there twice. I want to know. Because i'm gonna put you on my podcast which i was like. Does he have a podcast. He should spur. he doesn't shed. He almost was the radio. Vin scully of the padres. They were like auditioning to be you know. What do you call that. A baseball announcer announcer. He he got to the final level like they just they did open call thing or fifteen hundred people showed up and he got down to the last couple of people and he got to announce a game and padres stadium rabbits. Yeah he also was in the Seaworld he was one of the chilean Announcer guys for the the show with the dogs and the cats and he's a great guy. He's an actor. He's a professor and he's a playwright and he has several books out matt thompson. Yeah and he's our voice actor for some of our characters. Yeah in the very beginning Let's hear his other one too. Because i thought this was interesting. This was his his valentine's day story about you. All right yeah so One of the great ones was Valentine's day twenty something sometime in the twenty first century Yeah so it was valentine's day. we were just. We weren't together. We just as really said we were just having fun. So i understand that. That's that means having fun and not being serious. We've been friends for several years before that. So valentine's day came around and i didn't get anything for her and she was working in an office some production office and i said okay. Wh why. why aren't there any flowers. Oh you want flowers. No yes are we we dating no so then i finally got flowers and then i didn't get flowers and then she was mad that i didn't get flowers but then she was mad that i was asking her to get the flowers And then i said are we dating or we just kind of now. We're dating dating for this day. So we're just dating only for valentine's day and then we stop dating went back to just having fun so But the best lane was when she said. I'm a woman dammit. Oh okay. I got that part but i understand also why ended up divorced. So what's up with that story. What was going on with the do you remember. Is that how it happened. Kind of i will take responsibility for that. I was kinda terrible at that time and probably did the thing of like no. You don't have to get anything and will he should know that. I really want something and then do you want something. No forget it okay. So you don't okay. Well yes i do deal want. The flowers are not sure. It was something where i was just like. Well he should read my mind. This is it. I know after seven years of marriage. I've realized i do have to kind of spell out what i want. And luckily he's kind of taken notes over the years so now he knows like go overboard even if i say i don't want much get the get the jewelry. Get the flowers. Get the nice card. So i got all those nice things. Would you like to see my lovely urine two days ago. A beautiful little set. While this i put on another bracelet on top of it but look at this. It's my In it's really pretty. It's like a heavy duty stuff. Yeah and then matching hearings. He can see and then the not really look at that. How brady not a nip slip. That is my steam burn. I tried to get wrinkles out while i was wearing the clothes and look at this. Well it's like what. Yeah it looks. Like a big oblong awful Yeah and i have to go to kabul in a bathing suit with this huge thing on my chest. No i'm so mad at myself his blistering and skins coming off. I couldn't sleep the other night because it was all raw anyway. This is the last minute stuff. I do too where you just go. It was four interview for the film. Guest you are okay. We'll talk about your late problem later. Oh i'm trying to get better. It's covert i'm blaming it on covid. There's no hard times schedule i know. Okay and the last one is Lake talk blake blake for many years. I wanna say twenty five years and He has been a good friend. Ever since we went out. And i want to say two years. I am so bad with time in days and everything so i don't know but i think it was two years and we lived together in this crazy oakwood apartments which was like he was going to san francisco state and i was going to san francisco city college. We're both doing film. And so all we did is like film projects. Stay up late and yell at each other. Just like we'll sign this office tickets. You have anything the only just taxing the new one is thinking of is when you were playing exploded at what when you were playing your socks owned oakwood. What happened It was you know eight thirty. I earn so on a sunday night and usurp playing sides fun. And i said i think that's to lao. Look we're in an apartment building. He said shut up and then he continued and then the security guard accent door is like. Hey man you can't player sexist way tonight bro. And i was like okay. Yes sorry like. I had to take a away. Even though i was pleased to say something about blowing your sex bro. He took the blame. It was my saxophone. I played and he didn't want me to. That reminds me of that. You just said to you of the tiktok girl who was like apartment building gotta show. Yeah and it's the The pink panther theme song. Which i know i know. That's the only your co two.
The inventor of the cellphone on whether Big Tech represents the new AT&T monopoly
"The final segment of her. Four interview with martin cooper inventor the cell phone and this is your daily charge in your book multiple. You've contrasted the the hubris of eighteen monopoly over motorola's more consumer centric approach I'm curious as we're looking at. At some of the scrutiny. That big tech is facing today if you see. Examples of that hubris in some of the giants said that are facing scrutiny. Whether it's google or apple or facebook amazon do you see more. At and t. Or more motorola because there is all of them. Talk about you know serving the Consumer meaning consumers needs. But i'm curious what your perspective is on what you think they are or how they how their analysis to while i do We do have a problem because google amazon and facebook. They start to look like monopolies in in their narrow area point out to these are all very news named. we haven't really learned how to manage. These kinds of saying good of the problem starts out with the people. People think that they're getting something for nothing though. They provide all their personal information to google or amazon or facebook or other social media and they think that they're getting value of because they get free something while. I got news for you as you get anything. Nothing some are other. We have to educate people to have them stand that their information their personal data has now you and they shouldn't be give it away sir. Nothing they should be somehow or other there has to be equity and when we start getting people to understand that they're going to be competitive offering won't steal your observations your relationship ways. You're unaware of saw the same thing that happened to us in. Nineteen eighty-three when they split of the bell system. Some are other competitive. Influences are gonna fix nap before that. I'm a dreamer. I would optimus. I think did of people change. People make these demands and say. I don't want your free snow. I i want control my own information. There will be people come along. That will say i could do that. I can charge you for by services. And i can pay you for your derision. I think that's the solution to the google facebook problem and possibly for the amazon echo. Some are other having monopolies are bad it. If we don't have competition we all suffer in our president situation of. But i'm optimistic. Look people are smarter and these things are new enough. So we're learning how to do it we are. We're going to fix the problem. But w we do have a problem. Now when i went to buy something now irael about the fact that boy. I hated it. Has its cheryl market within a so. Easy to buy whatever's
"four interview" Discussed on Joey's Totally Tech
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"four interview" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"It's unusual day and then we have four interviews. We normally do not do that, and we're not looking to do that necessarily, but sometimes that's the way it shakes out. It's a good thing, but the reason I bring that up is it limits your opportunity to get through. So you want to do it right now, If there's something want to react to something you want to say you want to do so now? 18006368686. Or just hit me up on Twitter at Jim Rome or email me in Rome are with me and have it take dot com. Outside sales guys in and I knew that he or she would be At core, Smith US A gym. My pipeline is so strong already hit my numbers for the month. Watch the entire game yesterday have not put a shirt on today about to crack a brewski and watch some Netflix for the rest of the day. My man if you can. You're the guy that I hated. Cause I couldn't do it, man. I really hate you. But you were the guy that I hated. You know what I'm curious about. I think that like outside sales is hard enough. It's really challenging. I mean, this is why I'm doing what I'm doing. I mean, because I love this and because Maybe I had a natural inclination and proclivity for it on some level. But mostly I'm doing it because I couldn't sell I sucked, man. It was hard work and no matter how hard I tried hard, all right, I was not lazy. I really want to be a dominant sales rap. I want to be in the International Sales Hall of Fame. I tried so hard. I read every book. I took every class. I got a burly I stayed up late. I went hard. I was bad. Was not good at it. It's hard. So my question for you outside sales reps sincerely. If everything being equal, it is one of the more difficult jobs. The hell is outside sales like in a pandemic. I can only imagine. I mean evidence hard now, right? I'm not saying I'm not limiting this to just salespeople, every industry every line of work, except for whatever it is silks wife does because apparently she's getting rich off the pandemic. What? I'm just saying. It's gotta be hard to sell. It's hard to do business for any of us. What Credit and props. Once again, the outside sales people that is hard work. It takes a rare breed to be good at that. Translation. You gotta be a serious greaseball. Just kidding. One example. I'll give you an example of an amazing sales person. Brandon M. Berman. Who happens to sell this show and lots of other product for the network. My man has got more integrity and is more honest and more focused and has grind like he's all about the right stuff. I can remember coming up in local radio. And some of these time pigs were not about the right stuff, man. They were unbelievable. They got it done now. They got it done. Let's just say they did what they had to do to get it done. A couple of ways to get it done. Anyway, this guy says, Hey, man, I've got such a network. I'm set for the month. I've been put my shirt on yet. I'm cracking open a brewski right now. When I'm watching Netflix you can if you're good. If you're a closer, it's like Glengarry Glen Ross. That movie. The movie was good, but Alec Baldwin scene is still like literally my favorite scene in the movie ever. Ever. Rome slides 95.
"four interview" Discussed on Go All In
"To the podcast. Might ascribe to have good to talk to nausea. I've been in the us for too long. Yeah i've done. I think four interviews this week and they've all been to my counterparts right there across the pond united states. So that's a nice. Little chinese to talk to a fellow was he from the hunter valley. How i might yeah. I'm good really good day. Just a focus plowing through.
"four interview" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"All right, I've got so much show is gonna be very challenging to get all this show in in the next three hours. So what's not waste any time telephone numbers toll free? Now I talked often about front loading when I say front loading. I mean, all three interviews the first half the program today is the ultimate front load because I have four interviews in the first half the program, but they're all excellent. But there is an opportunity for you to get through. Telephone number is 1800636868618006368686 Follow me on Twitter at Jim Rome. We are short staffed today, but I lost the question. Nonetheless, Alvin do the email work. These are email working? No, I mean, yeah, I I understand that it is old school, and probably I'm the only one who still reads emails. But the email does not work. Therefore, you gotta find me on Twitter at Jim Rome, Rom me. Friday means we have valves week thatwas we have in a teepee. I've got an episode of the Jim Rome Podcast number 1 48 with will block man that I want to set you up for, and I've got these four interviews coming up next segment. The driver of the number 11 car for Joe Gibbs Racing. Denny Hamlin, top of our number to a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame class of 2011, Doc Emmerich. Also on our number to Dana White on the eve of one of the biggest fights ever in the UFC. Dana.
"four interview" Discussed on Beyond Your Wildest Genes
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Author Roth weighed in on 'Plot Against America' before TV series was adapted
"This is fresh AIR let's get back to Terry's two thousand four interview with Philip Roth his book the plot against America is the basis of a new HBO mini series that starts Monday the novel has been adapted by David Simon and ed burns who worked together on the wire Roth died in twenty eighteen no no president Limburg in your novel may be anti semitic but after he's elected he knows better than to just come out and say at any initiate a program that brings young Jewish children to the quote heartland to kind of initiate them in the ways of heartland American life he initiates a homeland program that relocates Jewish families to get a quote heart heartland places of America and nobody really knows the Jewish families don't really know whether this is really meant to be a way of opening up their horizons are broadening their lives or whether it's a truly anti semitic way of removing them from safe friendly neighborhoods and putting them in in communities that might be very hostile and it also kind of breaking up the Jewish vote by breaking up a Jewish communities did you imagine that for Lindberg to really catch on in America he would have to use euphemistic language for anything that might truly be anti semitic at heart and helps in the language of the you know the heartland and just folks in mmhm mmhm you know well they are it is ambiguous to know what the intention is of for instance to begin with the first one which is called just folks that is a program in which Jewish boys from I think ten to fifteen for remember correctly volunteer if they want to to spend eight weeks in the summer on a farm somewhere my brother goes to Kentucky networks and tobacco farm they can go to any any place that's available where they can do farm work and work they ordinarily wouldn't do what's wrong with that why is it mostly Jews and that's what makes people nervous put it on the face of it there's nothing wrong with it now we move on to the next program which is called homestead forty to nineteen forty two as opposed to homes at eighteen forty two which was the original homestead act that is something else according to that piece of legislation large corporations are encouraged to transfer their Jewish employees to offices in more remote parts of the country and in the face of this legislation my father whose company is going to move us to Kentucky quits his job our lives in a way that is more because that is what there's more coercive that is I would say a bit more ominous and may be Lindbergh handy shown a little more strongly on the other hand if that's all this guy does it's not too terrible you know the limber disappears from my book before you can do anymore so you never really know what he's up to and again that's what I wanted I you never really know what he's up to he's a kind of jam heroic statue who looms over the book after after limber disappears then all hell breaks loose but I don't remember nobody can even in that that homestead act you know that in which corporations relocate Jewish employees the letter that your father gets home in the novel is so euphemistically just read a few lines from it you know if you're calling in life is proud to be among the very first group of major American corporations and financial institutions selected to participate in the new homestead program which is designed to give emerging American families a once in a lifetime opportunity to move their house sold at government expense in order to strike roots in an inspiring region of America previously inaccessible to them well doesn't that sound great but you know as the family in the novel figures out this is this is the the government and the corporation joining hands to to coerce Jewish families to move it was great fun writing that letter yeah yeah you really got that cheerful corporate PR results down found out what it was like to be Dick Cheney yeah I it's it's it's it imagine most people would not I would be impenetrable they would just take it at face value my father because he's so committed again against liberty from the start refuses to to do with aspirin Philip's cousin you know your cousin Alvin in the book get who who is something of a hood Hey Taylor and wants to fight against him and you know the United States under Lindberg is not going to join the war but he wants to wants to enter it anyway so he joins the Canadian Army and fights against Hitler but he loses half of one leg in the war and returns with a stump that's covered in ulcers boils and scabs he moves in with the Roth family and a first it's horrifying to fill up he says it was bad enough that we weren't living in a normal country now we would never again be living in a normal house a life of even more suffering was taking shape around me any praise to the housekeeping guides to protect our humble five rooms and all they contain from the vengeful fury of the missing leg in thinking about the impact that this missing leg this stump would have on the young Philip Roth's life did you have anything like it anything comparable to draw on from your own life no I didn't I didn't I I had to think my way through it I think the only thing that comes close lineages I never had as a child when I was in the army and I guess I was in my early twenties I was in the public information officer will treat hospital in Washington and my job was to go out into the wards and get information about US soldiers newly arrived who were injured or hurt or whatever and then write a little press release for the hometown paper and they had a lot of amputees at Walter Reed may be able to reverse the center I don't remember but they had many entities and so I went out on the wards and and I talked to these guys it was a sad as you can imagine is just after the Korean War or I go down to P. T. within physical therapy and watch them learning to walk on the parallel bars and so and so I sold my shares of stumps and not just of legs and the pathos was overwhelming overwhelming and so I carried this with me I think into the block and I think it's why it maybe even when I came to me that in fact I haven't thought of it till till now but I think perhaps that those experiences had a lot to do with determining how often would be would be wounded author Philip Roth speaking to Terry gross in two thousand for his alternative history novel the plot against America was published that year he died in twenty eighteen a mini series based on the novel begins Monday on HBO adapted by David Simon and
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"Won't happen until sometime next year David Schaper NPR news you're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news let's take a few minutes now to recognize one of the newest members of the baseball hall of fame former players union leader Marvin Miller is a polarizing figure in baseball history Miller fought for and won the right for players to become free agents for many of his supporters his inclusion in the hall is long overdue but for Miller who died in twenty twelve this family it's an honor they hoped would never happen in pairs Tom Goldman reports Miller's history in baseball is a contentious one so it's fitting his election to the hall of fame follows one last battle not with baseball's owners who he tangled with during his union leadership from nineteen sixty six to nineteen eighty two but rather with the hall of fame voters who rejected his nomination six times before his election this past weekend in two thousand eight after his third rejection Miller asked that he not be considered anymore he called the process rig and motivated by anti union bias I can do without farce he said strong principled words the kind Steve Rogers heard many times all right so worked with three year Major League Baseball Players Association for thirty one years Rogers says he has loved those three plus decades with the union almost as much as his twelve years pitching in the major leagues Rodgers worked closely with Marvin Miller who he calls potentially the greatest teacher and mentor that ever existed he fought the players to understand what they meant to the game in an individual and collective manner Miller taught the players about their work after learning they actually had little or none in a two thousand four interview he talked about his reaction when he first heard about baseball's reserve clause which literally allowing owners to own players their whole careers mark strong as memory about that time it is a feeling of wanting to know all this on really indignation is is justified here this was immoral behavior but instead of publicly railing against at Miller worked calmly building the strength of the players union listening endlessly to players concerns before leading the union he'd been a union negotiator at U. S. steel any use that experience to convey this to the players their fight against the reserve clause was not a baseball story he was saying you don't have to be treated this way Jeff Katz has written a couple of books about Major League Baseball you can have the mobility that every worker in every industry in this country has that you are deprived of an app again of that becomes free agency right it did in the mid nineteen seventies and it changed the game and really all of professional sports it gave players choices where to play how much they earn it didn't kill the game as owners and Miller's many critics warned it made it stronger and in fact more competitive and now can't says Miller's Roland that will be an important part of the hall of fame people are going to have to be confronted with his story whether they like to or not in the story I think it's been a great one for baseball of course next July's induction ceremony could be awkward considering Miller's wishes not to be included his children are honoring his wish in an email to NPR Miller's son Peter noted his father's portrait currently is on view at the national portrait gallery in Washington DC as a public institution Peter Miller writes it's the best place to honor my father's memory Tom Goldman in P. Arnie you're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news KCRW sponsors include SunTrust private wealth management whose local advisors strive to help clients navigate life with wealth management experience confidence starts here more information at SunTrust dot com slash reserve Nancy Pelosi's plan to lower the cost of prescription drugs is getting the vote but even if it passes in the house the Senate is expected to squash it could still be a win for Democrats ahead of the twenty twenty elections they can point to this and say look well I didn't get past we absolutely have propose one of the most meaningful in ambitious and aggressive attempts to reduce drug prices of missing recent history on the next morning edition from NPR news that's weekdays on morning edition right he's on KCRW six forty eight a case I love.
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"For the regular season after that ball game tomorrow night. Jeff's Amarjit will get his final tuneup of the year, some odd for the giants Aaron Brooks for the athletics. Six forty five. First pitch on the radio from oracle park tomorrow. Darren Chan has been our producer and engineer Josh hollowed, and f p Santangelo junior our network coordinators and our downtown San Francisco studios, six thirty pm broadcast time for the pre-game show tomorrow with first pitch sat for six forty five. I'm John Miller with Dave Flemming and our colleagues. Doing Kuyper and Mike Ruko thanks for tuning in. And please, stay tuned. Our post game show will follow shortly. Again, the final tonight. It was Oakland over the giants five to four. San Francisco Giants spring training baseball sponsored by dignity health. The official healthcare provider of the San Francisco Giants. Bumgarner strikes out the side here and has twelve strikeouts in the game. Stay tuned for the giants spring training post show. Giants radio network Julie Leslie COO to Howard group. Oscar was my fourth interview for a director of operations. It was overwhelming running the day to day and being the COO as well. So I posted the job on Lincoln his profile was impressive. But what really connected with me was how passionate Oscar was about something as logical as operations. We started discussing. Excel that led to process flows databases agile development when the interview became a geek out session. I knew we had to hire him..
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"Now, the reason I say that I've gotten content myself for two programs and then on top of that. We've got four interviews four from the NCAA tournament four sullenly laid out telephone toll free. Good news is I've got that content of got four interviews, but I still have an open phone first. Our the four interview starting our number to see you want to call right now. One eight zero zero six three six eight six eight six open phones hit me up right now tournaments already underway. And what amazing started had last night? You know, I'm going to start there. Meantime, you can follow me on Twitter at jimrome, Email me, Rome. R O M E dot com. Here. The interviews coming up at the top of hour. Number two. I've got the head basketball coach at Old Dominion. Jeff jones. Also, an our number two the head basketball coach at Georgia state, Ron hunter top of hour number three jungle handed Greg horrendo-. He is back fairly Dickinson with a big win last night. So how top of third hour, and we'll end the program lost our last segment with head basketball. Coach Travis to cure Montana. Four NCWA coaches on this program today. I'm going to reset the episode that I dropped to the Jim Rome podcast with Marc Schleyer. Which is amazing. That's up right now. I've got an appearance in San Diego County on Friday night, which I also wanna hit get done. It's gonna be a good day. Good show. Don't wait on me. Or if you want you go, and you lay out, and I'll do all the work we start here. I called it on Monday. I called it on Monday. And I wanna hit it again right now alvie hit me with the horns..
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"And i just hope that they would make the playoffs by the second or third year i never dreamt in my wildest imaginations we'd be in the super bowl and if we take the super bowl i mean i think they can make a claim no matter what happens on sunday that they're the best team in l._a. i was at that chiefs game and it was probably the best game ever witness in my life mayor eric garcetti joining us on the keyshawn l z and travis and you mentioned it the rams are back in for somebody like you somebody like me were roughly the same age they were coming back but for a whole generation maybe couple of generations they were just kind of arriving for the first time and from where they were to where they are right now and you mentioned it just getting into the playoffs the the way that they've been able to grab traction in just a few short years is pretty remarkable obviously you're around the city and around people all the time have you felt it just being out around just as a topic of conversation absolutely and i'm so sick and tired i've i've had maybe three or four interviews with national sports reporters and they keep saying the same thing l._a.'s not a porch town and l._a. doesn't really have any fans and they find like i dunno some some regular restaurants that's not even a sports bar where people like clapped a little bit and it went viral well i was negotiating the end of the teacher strike during that we had the game on in the background and everybody went nuts when we won and got into the super bowl this is an amazing sports town and the thing i love about the rams is they're not just here playing young for looking you know football they've really integrate themselves into the city the day after the shootings or the week after the shooting and in thousand oaks and the fires and we're going to be down in mexico city they came we filled that coliseum up in four days with first responders and their families with the community and all the b._s. about politics and sports it just melted away we are one family one city and the rams help bring us together brought up politics and it would not be els e if i don't ask you this question you announced this week that she would not run for president he just tell us a little bit about that process for you absolutely it was a tough decision given kind of craziness that comes out of washington d._c. we we finished the teacher strike in six days negotiations and they couldn't open government for thirty five in washington but i feel good about people that are jumping in the race i told the voters i was going to be here as their mayor and my family's here in l. a.'s here and i just think everybody's always jump into the next job and i have a real strong commitment to this town that i was born in that i love that i'm a fourth generation native of and it's the honor of a lifetime if you do a good job new journeys will open up in the future but i kind of just listen to my heart and i said this is where i need to be where i wanna be got work still left undone chief of staff though you get don't worry we'll just do you know twenty forty or something we'll figure it out i was.
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"Yvette. Hi, how you doing? Okay. That's a moment. They ahead to stand on the right? I got the joke. It wasn't it. Wasn't that funny? But go on sunny because I messed up. I'm sorry about that. Yeah. Yeah. I should've right. Okay. Well, tell me what your problem is here. I'm in bad health. About my brother my dad. My brother did. Data data because they had no girls. You bet. My mom told me years. Dada. I found out. I already knew. Had a dad. Okay. So what's the issue? He died, and I got nothing. Did he leave a will? He had two wheels. Cain. And I really here for the reason other where I'm gonna stop you. Because we we got a lot of calls here. D you have copies of the whales. Okay. You could if they really are wills it'd be probative. And what you can do is. You could go to the probate court where the wills were where the program was filed get copies of the wills. And then what I would do is this call your local bar association asked to speak with an estate planning or wills entrust lawyer and for a low cost consultation, they can evaluate the wills and they can take a look at whether you as you say, I'll just do this metaphorically not real since you're having some issues whether you have a leg to stand up. Okay. This is Harvey Levin in for Bill Handel. This is handle on the law. Two. Early Leslie COO Howard group. Oscar was my fourth interview for director of operations. It was overwhelming running the day to day being the CEO as well. So I post at the job on linked his profile was impressive. But what really connected with me was how passionate Oscar was about something as logical as opperations. We started discussing excel that led to process flows databases agile development when the interview became a geek out session. I knew we had to hire him. I don't know how we would have found Oskar without linked in jobs..