17 Burst results for "Jerry Sanders"
"jerry sanders" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast
"The year and eventually even the fab fab was spun off to become global foundries after ABC bought a TI and couldn't handle the debt load now's now's post jerry sanders but you know the the that obsession just winning the PC business winning exit he sex a impermeable dame de to my where everything else went to the you know became secondary you know it's so odd thing on the older i get you know in between nineteen ninety and two thousand five it seemed like i mean things were going so fast and it was six to eight months there was something new and interesting being out in technology and you see how AMD and intel and others you know kinda matured and grew as that market got bigger and bigger and bigger and more people are buying computers and everything you know the internet explosion you look from two thousand five till now i mean it's about the same amount of time but we just didn't z. i mean we've had skylight forever we've only just gotten out of kind of the bulldozer her stage from from AMD it's it was just such a roller coaster of those fifteen years from ninety two to two thousand and five and then now it's it's it's just you know it's a mature slow grinding industry it seems like well it everyone tis a discontinuity and i think indicates of intel was a bad discontinuity and that was when they got stuck at ten animator you're getting ten osha getting anatomy out the door and it was stuck on fourteen there there was you know i mean i sold it was it was a major movement when an athlon in an opteron soleil became the hot topic in hot product and then the guys that israel comeback with the with high performing euro how're yeah and so there was there was all that battle but then and so it looked like a intel at one and aimed these bulldozer turnout ES of a failure from a marketing point of view performance more view but then but then came out and add suddenly that that knows us complete step function and performance for d. getting back to our it's intelligence now stuck in a rut in they haven't been able to move out of that rut they keep adding new VNI's but for the mainstream performance point of view there isn't a whole lot to go john is now a lot of big changes there because we we've been refining this architecture for so long they're running out of things to tweak out of it to get more performance and in fact i've tweaked so much stuff out of it they created security holes you know and and that and knows those gaps like like the gaps are enrolling guys are slipping into in finding security holes until intel has got a close those gaps up in prosecution san jose formats qassam performance orbits so you know we're actually running out of what you can do the architectures and still maintain a a reasonable power album penny and four was this hyper pipeline and you know go for as much clock speed as you get fact when intel executive at a private analysts meeting said yep we're three gigahertz now and next year will be at six gigahertz i said you're not really going to be at six gigahertz sanctuary yes i will we will nope nope nope not they never got to six gigahertz with even with a penny for but it was like pushing the envelope powers two hundred plus you know two hundred watts and that was just not acceptable as the market shifted from i've firms desktops to mobile mobile was all about efficiency about lower clocks in reasonable clock speeds and more IPC and it turned out our fight version of the original pentium to architecture that that these guys the israeli design team at intel had been refining turn out to be the savior for the company with i was banias and then later later marrone and conroe all those so that architecture then became core and they just refining it year after year but it's not going to see a big quantum jump AMD at a great qu- a quantum jump woods end because if fallen behind core and now they needed to get you catch up so now you're gonna see you're right i think you're gonna see a a relatively slow grinding between the two vendors we've we picked out i thompson how many cores you can slip into a PC it doesn't quite scale even the afon javale lot of phones have a chorus but h just a magical number because it's a a popular in china it's it's luckier number and as a result of the eight core phones and otherwise billy no or globes at us eight cores dowd so i we are kinda running out of interesting things to do and that's why a lot of the attention shifted to the jeep you over the years the graphics is where there's i think a more interesting battle going on and even as phones phones adding DSP's in image processors in they have a tensor car processors built into our accelerators for araya IN phones you don't see that in p. c.'s yet to see in that i think a little bit with intel's the vienna instructions but you haven't seen a lot of acceleration for functions on PC's yet to actually lagging behind innovation with the smartphones so we've got to get more evasion back and unfortunately i think part of the problem is microsoft like self as the needs to be a little more aggressive even as much legacy you know even pat power management our management on a on a smartphone so much better than a power management on on a windows PC i stole it doesn't quite powered all the way down you know i it doesn't quite i think that's one reason intel's does struggled with getting longer battery life is just too many things a windows are just not shutting down when they need to shut down the save our switch legs he stuff too much PC i expressed legacy hanging around keeping things going at keeping up the power going phones have the little cores and you're running the really important you know OS type threads in the low power low clock speed as it's just resting but you know i we could go on for for hours in between both of us in the you know maybe you know may maybe maybe again in the next year we can we can kind of explore you know more of the the current staff between ambien intel because we'd love to talk about the multi module aww philosophy that AMD's doing and what intel's doing and try to you know counteract the the nanometer advantage that MD does but it was great to be able to talk to you about a lot of the older stuff you know where where i kinda cut my teeth in terms of journalism with the case six and the architectures and the platforms yes and and i just counted that the odds and ends in between and tele may be back in that time when things were in the gloves were definitely off oh yeah i mean it's it's a bit of a kinder gentler competition aim dean until right now but back in the when i was working at AMD and afterwards yeah there were there were there were no gloves involved they were pretty pretty brutal in their battles and until the government finally stepped in and sort of settled it out it's like okay you too we amdi yeah so you know in reality was having amdi around kept the FTC often tells back for monopolistic practices when when intel wasn't actually engaging in monopolistic optimistic practices so the the balanced they needed somebody else to keep an eye always thought that intel missed an opportunity to licensed X86 officially to third parties they want to charge a lot but there would have been an opportunity to expand the range of solutions that it yo some that intel didn't want to do or they started to do with all these little embedded cores in nick said yeah we don't do khanate they get out of that business because that's intel does it gets into some of his low marches gets out of it again the bitter a ton of companies that will be willing to take a license and build some relatively small low power devices and you could have made six more pervasive right now arm is the most pervasive architecture architecture e CPU architecture in business because it's an early smartphones an embedded devices until could've lisek say six in the same site what does that do not not in my backyard or no it's my backyard jarred but not not invented here yeah album is a big advantage here type oh yeah oh yeah they added edge factor too big big way wolf kevin i really appreciate you spending this hour and some odd minutes with us and let us you know pick your brain about the early nineties and mid nineties and late nineties with the AMD in their case series architectures so we appreciate your up by well thank you i appreciate having the time to talk about it and it's always fun too reminiscent about those days and hopefully i've borja read your listeners too much not not not too bad we again thanks for listening and we'll hopefully she again here soon and mm-hmm doc and the.
"jerry sanders" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Slash blah blah blah blah blah. going to be a good event do you folks see fit to join us and have a good time one out runner third years cow farmer. swing in the south. farmers slider righties popped out to second so if you had a million volunteer both previous at bats with urban standing down at third base and garrison ads and deals and it's one god and will allow for a basic. Randall storage five did to that ball had just enough air beneath it and hang time that it was able to clear the left side of the infield John Thursday RC I'd say is twenty seven runs batted in the matter will be Curtis Allen. doesn't matter how you do it just do it. he's also hit the ball in the air twice with the flight a lapse in a pop the second. jams Sally and allowed to first base Randolph has in there to out. now Brian o'grady batting a number nine spot on the plate for the first time. whether it's been Jerry Sanders of war now Jeter gear out what they face to Sally they have just stay hard and they stated. they've been able to do it successfully so. so here's o'grady a left hand batter. no man also had a big year from a power perspective a triple a little was he takes the first pitch strikes been up a couple of times and had the thrill of hitting his first major league home run it was of French at home late. in a game out in Seattle and put the Reds in front as a matter of fact and then the mariners came back and wanted. the one pitch. swing and a miss. I was really good changes. right at the bottom of the strike zone it was in the center of the plate if you could tell o'grady did not recognize it at all. now the to pitch with two outs in a run in. merry struck him out swinging and that ends the ending Reds gonna run on two hits a leave a man we got over seven south five.
"jerry sanders" Discussed on TechStuff
"To cash memory on the CPU die in an effort to speed up processing and increasing the amount of data the CPU could access at any given time the case, too was phenomenally successful so much so that some analysts estimated that seventy percent of the under one thousand dollar PC market in nineteen ninety eight had AMD K six two chips, powering them. So if you were building a computer on a budget, and you wanted to get the most oath for your dollars chances are you're going with. MD the company would also release the case, six two plus and the case three plus in two thousand these were microprocessors meant specifically for the mobile market, and they'd be the final entries in the case six line of CPU's. Meanwhile Jerry Sanders, whom you might remember from the first episode. He was the first president of AMD. He was a co founder. And at this point was the CEO of the company was writing high. He predicted astronomical share prices for the company in the near future. He continued the company's practice of building fabrication plants at a breakneck pace. He was building plants to manufacture microprocessors in semiconductor chips, all over the world. AMD had been incredibly aggressive in building and staffing. These fabrication facilities in order to meet the demand for micro-processors and actually, to anticipate the next demand for them and Sanders had adopted a reportedly lavish lifestyle. Maintaining an office in Beverly Hills, which is pretty darn far from Silicon Valley and the headquarters of AMD I guess he never really gave up his dream of going into the recording industry. But a lavish lifestyle might be fine..
"jerry sanders" Discussed on TechStuff
"Jerry Sanders grew up in the nineteen forties. He was raised by his grandparents after his parents, essentially abandoned him. He grew up on the south side of Chicago fairly rough partial Kogyo at the time. And according to an article in SF gate and a few other sources when he was eighteen years old. He rushed to help a friend of his, who was being attacked by a gang and he himself was also beaten up and was been up so badly that he went into a coma for a few days in a priest's actually administered last rites, but he recovered from that. And he was able to succeed despite his tough past he enrolled in the university of Illinois and graduated with a degree in engineering, and he got hired by Fairchild to be a sales engineer and also a marketing manager and he became known for being particularly successful in that regard. But then Noyce and Moore left and HOGAN and his heroes swooped in and they change. Things and they affectively pushed Sanders aside. They essentially they called it a promotion that it really was a dem- ocean. He went from director of marketing to being sort of a vice president of marketing, and it was really seen, as, as more of a let's get this guy out of the way Sanders was thirty three years old at the time. Now Sanders and seven other Fairchild employees would end up leaving Fairchild semi-conductor to go and found a new organization now. According to most accounts, if you go, and you start searching for history of AMD on the net, you're gonna find a very similar story told over and over again. And the story goes that the Jerry Sanders effectively lead this charge, and he got the team together to form this new company. So according to the history of semi conductor engineering, Jack Gifford, who had become the head of computer marketing at Fairchild in early nineteen sixty nine saw the writing on the wall. When Hogan's heroes swept into the company he had already been considering the possibility of starting his own analogue circuit company, but he was young. He was just twenty eight years old at the time, and when he decided to take that leap, he found he couldn't get any financial backing for his business. His buddy Bruce waterfall told him that the problem was the financiers thought Gifford was too young and inexperienced. And therefore he posed an. Testament risk. So waterfall reportedly told Gifford that he needed to.
"jerry sanders" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Here in just a matter of minutes. We're going to be joined by our good friends, Jerry Sanders, and Tom one actually it's just Jerry today. It's just who is this Jerry today solo Jerry solo, Jerry, Tom Warren hand will not be here. Okay. Well, we will talk to Jerry about the San Diego business community the business outlook index what the numbers look like how they shake out in the in the in the latest index curious to see how all this gets processed vis-a-vis the elections vis-a-vis everything else that's going on out there where the beautiful thing about getting the elections completed like just generally speaking is. For the most part. People live with the results they give down to business. They get back to work, and they move on the political yakkers the and the. The the hacktivists they they're gonna complain yell and scream and carry on and keep fighting and keep arguing and they're still they're still gonna about the two thousand sixteen presidential election. I mean, you know that right? I mean, that's a fact but normal people regular people, you people the people that make this country actually worked people to make our community work to back to work, which I like. You know, we played the Super Bowl. Let's go back to work on Monday. Unless you had too many stone IPA's never going to be getting in late. I only drink Belgian answer seven sixty talk and breaking news. That's Jim Shaw that he's got big stories and headlines what's going on? Jim a modeling for Taga Fers been arrested for sexually assaulting a sixteen year old girl in Carlsbad now thirties are looking for more victims the story next AM seven sixty K AM for the last couple of months talking about getting new windows to keep the expensive cold air in. And now those same new windows will keep the cold air out much is.
"jerry sanders" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"They didn't like him when he was the the the ambassador who had been appointed by Bush, and they don't like him now. And I do have to say Pompeo, Nikki Haley and Bolton that's a pretty great team. He's got he's got a great team of the North Koreans are certainly not blowing up any missiles lately. Iranian are getting their military parades bombs kind of cold back. Isis, of course, courses on the defensive. It has been for a long time a lot of places where at any Italy is now saying we're not going to certify anymore. These ships from Libya with the Muslim invaders, right, Sweden, and Hungary, and all kinds of other places are in Poland or taking their place in resistance to the idea that Europe on a goal. There's a lotta stuff happening. I'm just giving the surface of the of the overview there's a lot of stuff happening, but Chinese I think are finally waking up to an America that is no longer bowing and scraping and hoping for the best buy through bribes and concessions. And and you know, that kind of thing Trump just isn't in that business. It's going to be very interesting to see what takes place we are living in interesting times as the old Chinese curse goes, right? The ten minutes is enough of. All right. You take the rest of the afternoon and evening, and we'll we'll we'll we'll regather tomorrow. Okay. Right. Thank. Five and five they're out of Apple's eight hundred seven sixty KF Embi, sa-, Brentwood, herbal show AM seven sixty talk and breaking news, Jerry Sanders and Tom ornament income by at the bottom of the hour. But first Jim Shaw met with headlines. What's going on Jim county? Health officials today reminded residents to get the current flu vaccine before the end of October San Diego County saw over three hundred deaths from flu complications during the.
"jerry sanders" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"To doing that is personally I She was she was pool coverage. To for video so they banned her from. The from an open. Event it wasn't like it was a sit down interview, with the president it was just an open event covering it I don't get. It I really don't get it? Is to make a, statement but why you're gonna. Get look when Sarah, Sanders does her, press briefing. Tomorrow what do you think's gonna happen. This is gonna Halley Jackson and. All these interminable people are just gonna be Yaqin media deplorables, yelling I, mean, it's it's By by the, way I want to I have gotten four emails and. Three tweets, about this I love it when, people react to the stuff we talk about but Jerry Sanders was in here. And he says the summers are getting hotter and hotter It's his opinion he expressed his. Opinion you guys are. So thin skinned it's. Like you're saying it's. Climate change the poll caps are. Melting and it's your fault because you drive, an SUV he. Expressed an opinion. I have an opinion you have an opinion I'm. Not gonna blow you up I'm not gonna blow, you up by name curb blues you It. Is hot in the. Summer we don't have enough electricity. We have the stupid eyeso- warnings like. Every three minutes can we, agree to that can we agree to the fact. That everybody's got an. Air conditioner waged in. Their window right now. And they've got all these stupid. Forty eight inch big screen TV's and nineteen, computers and. Laptops Going I mean I I? Wanna call I'm so tempted to call, these people out by name who are complaining to me Grow up and get some thicker skin I mean for real? What do you? What's, wrong with, you people whose heart yeah he says so what it. Is hot, every. Newscast says it's hot it's okay Brad these are the same people that, same people, that will call me go, urine boomer. Talk to Trump. Is doors drivers jog cogs is awesome People that say, that Jerry, Jerry Sanders supports illegal immigration, Jerry where. Do you have You're talking about the chamber, of commerce numbers and the business outlook index which is hugely important by the way and, I think you ought to focus on the? B. o. y. numbers and be like how? Are we going to get some housing how are we going to get some power I do not understand why we don't just construct all, the roads, in San Diego, out, of some kind of I'm not an engineer so don't send me a smart alecky Email? Or I'll I'll name on name you're on the air with your address I don't understand why we can't build roads out of basically solar panels not actual solar panels is what I'm saying. Why how come the roads gotta be asphalt when it gets above eighty, five degrees the road is like one, hundred and two degrees why are we not putting solar panels everywhere on our pets on, our children you got all these kids at? Graduate college as the USD nice outside a? Graduation ceremony that mortar board on your head should be a solar panel that helps power the the graduation ceremony Where are you, go to ask tech football games Jim. Chevette lives for as tech, football games how come those as. Tech players those helmets orange solar. Panels on the helmets, that run a cooling system for their heads or a heating system in in. The winter you have to play at. Wyoming my God it's freezing up there why are we not why are, we not solar powering everything and I mean. Literally? Everything clearly we can't do sail powered cars but why are the roofs of. Our cars not.
"jerry sanders" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"I'm doing fine i i called him talk about like maxine waters i believe she should be brought up on moral charges and sanctioned and removed from her none of that's going to happen none of that's going to happen at all i mean you know who should get brought up on charges saying the jerry sanders should be relegated to a lifetime of harassment in public places how sick yeah i know but you know what if that was done to a person are gay person or a person of color or any whatever there would be such an uproar i mean how how can they get away that woman get away with that type of discrimination how how do you tweet that barron trump ought to be kidnapped and put into a cage with pedophile and you don't even lose your twitter account remember remember the lunatic that did that who was that who was that lance i forget was that an actor somebody who to do oh yeah peter fonda peter jane fonda brother and he's an academy award nominated actor he didn't even lose his twitter account for that stephen i know there's people do people know that in the seventies peter founded did a movie with brooke shields she was like twelve years old he was a grown adult in his thirties and ended up being coming lovers idea no idea my my my interest in peter flutters fund career is not exactly high on my priority list what is important to me is the democrats continue to act the way they're acting listen i'm not i don't want to even spend a lot of time on it because i'm afraid they're going to all figure it out this show the socialist is the face of the.
"jerry sanders" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Hit fielded a 22yearold line by tcu ford ahead passed the thirty yard line hut a tried by trade was ready because there were much often quarter of amadullah yet teeth using seen a lot of those this year trying to get away for kabbadi turkmen is probably the most dangerous return banned depicts well they'll see a lot of peace cakes this year so far to really oppress matisse views offense the big story to be is twofold first of all third down five parade on third down so far we talked about to come into the game the best of the country over 65 percent author down including a few really third laws and then jerry sanders it to him carries for seventy seven yards he looked very explosive and really they've got this run gave established can you help way while also another big drop petisi or come versatility horned frogs with a thirty yard line la allure steps the left at least check on quarterback can hill takes the step tools right gets cut by regular sakes lucy man and drives it forward to the right side lie past the forty five out of bounds of the forty seven yardline eighteen yards in the carry proliferate team new england raygor the true freshman source sam of why they love raygor so much it was a a civil stop route that raygor turn imprint five to a big fifteen or pick up on her 420 left have hand off to a lot of lourdes roses stuck open a pile of bodies mid field lana lewis stop brought on the fifty yard line by fiat smith and others if you hear that noise that is the student section hitting paddles against the side of the wall i've never seen a stadium where the students section is so close the field they're probably about seven yards between the edge of the sidelined and the students action they have these paddles their beatty against the wall could try to add.
"jerry sanders" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Steam it must read alaska dot com you can see that mike dunleavy and i guess reported this last segment has decided to suspend his campaign may even leave the state senate for health reasons not lifethreatening but enough where he wants to suspend everything and guess what the very own lives right in the neighborhood from me right down the street scott lake charlie huggins as wife was the principal unamerican charter academy for my kiddo charlie huggins is filed while for governor and then senator kevin meyer calling and how are you kevin only have gone great harm yeah already to about that might daladier our brand and i hope he go well but you know he had an egging although though it could be getting that getting that taking care of and and you and i both know terry hogan heat either uh hooper american i mean all the years he served in the army wiped than and now i hit egypt can for more patriotic family well i feel the same way towards you with your daughter and your lovely wife and i have no one you forever no but i'm serious and i mean you've never lost a race you started anchorage assembly cheer the assembly jerry jerry sanders nice in of guy but he was so so in bed with the with the the lives and with the unions and even though you're supportive of union you said tom i remember we talk eric musser so many different friends of yours wanted to support your whenever you wanted to do and kevin meyers said i think much to my chagrin i've taught to my family said some prayers made some prayers i'm in a run against jerry and see if we can't replace him to have someone better represent your gear hillside area lower hillside in midtown nu one and then you worked up the way in ananias said i think i'm going to go for state senate i mean at knock on wood because the on the i think of all the people out there that have never law asked and then they they do later which i don't think is the case with you you've never lost any race you run so i'm proud of you and now you're state senator and you've been you've been in so many leadership roles are are you for sure going to run for.
"jerry sanders" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Entire crime was know after making eight films in the next again warzone uh it it i it you know it didn't shocked me i've seen some of the worst things in the world i did a movie called a nightmare in las cruces that was was that the largest on fox shooting in the nation today that happened in las cruces new mexico and um i i think we should tell the audience that they could watch seventy seven minutes dandies other than any other films at amazon prime and so yeah the answer your question it it it i wasn't shocked by only because of what i've been through with all these victim driven films a a heartbreaking yes but uh i've seen i've seen a lot all right when the seventy seven minutes is rolling what are the police doing at this point in at what point is this decision finally made we have a shot let's take the shot was that the seventy seven minute mark no when uh when jerry sanders got to the scene to swap commander the green light was put back on and chuck foster who i would say it was the only san diego policemen praised in in this whole ordeal the only one chuck foster the sniper who took the killer route and it was the only san diego police officer during my research that i felt the victims were were proud of and we're happy about he's the one that official.
"jerry sanders" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Didn't say that i have an email a question the rumor had at the border patrol agents came across i5 uh via the roberto's tube station and we're at the back entrance ready to make a dynamic entry they were told not to enter by the police this was supposedly knew the beginning of the incidents is there any information that you know about the truth of that room river her doubt one oca never her death but to commit the bad it took the biggest heat for all this was jerry sanders he was a swap commander and his beeper wasn't working that day um at least initially he got a beat maybe half an hour into the shooting and um he got to the scene pretty late and he called off the green light to um to shoot um the mass murderer and he had to apparently wait till we got that has seen before the green light was put back on and at the time uh and still fantasy throws considered tactically part of san diego so he was dortha the shitty and he hit the drive all the way down to the border jafar that is we traffic at four p m know on on that side they'll do you feel that were law enforcement to two you the somebody that's in charge do you want to come there and assess the.
"jerry sanders" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"And so yeah the answer your question it it it i wasn't shocked by only because of what i've been through with all these the victim driven films a a heartbreaking yes but uh i seen i've seen a lot all right when the seventy seven minutes as rolling what are the police doing at this point in at what point is this decision finally made we have a shot let's take the shot was that the seventy seven minute mark no when uh when jerry sanders got to the scene walk commander the green light was put back on and truck foster who i would say it was the only san diego policemen praised uh in this whole ordeal the only one chuck foster the sniper who took the killer out than it was the only san diego police officer during my research that i felt the victims were were proud of and and we're happy about he's the one that took the shot he was across the street on top of the roof of a post office and what a shot brilliant you talk about i mean that's why he's a sniper one shot to the chest and the killer was down when he had this in and he he he didn't even have a a clear shot at first as well right he was waiting for the signal and he could see him through the scope but was the first time he could see him the killer was sitting on the countertops a really all that was available to me for the dangling legs and lower half you he had to wait for this guy to come down off of his perch and this guy was cocky too because he was just strolling around this restaurant even in front of broken windows he he was he was expecting not to come home from this right i would say most smash shooters if not all know that they're gonna die that day they get now it today they try to take as many people with them possible and he caused his own death in a way because because he smashed the windows because of his gunfire uh charles foster was able to see him better because of the through the broken glass so in some ways card twozone opening to be shocked because uh charles had much quito rush look at him because a lot of the windows had been uh smashed open because like on fire.
"jerry sanders" Discussed on WRVA
"First five or ten minutes said there's no way that's true all of this right in all of this carnage when you start reviewing actual footage from this did it shock you just how horrible in brutal this entire crime was it after making a films in the neck again warzone uh uh it it i it you know it didn't shock me i've seen some of the worst thing in the world i did a movie called a nightmare in las cruces that was was that's the largest on south shooting in the nation today that happened in las cruces new mexico in a i i think we should tell the audience that they could watch seventy seven minute daddy's out of any other films at amazon prion and so yeah the answer your question it it it i wasn't shocked by only because of what i've been through with all the victim driven films a a heartbreaking yes but i seen i've seen a lot all right when the seventy seven minutes is rolling what are the police doing at this point in what point is this decision finally made we have a shot let's take the shot was that the seventy seven minute mark no when uh when jerry sanders got to the scene the squad commander the green light was put back on and chuck foster who i would say it was the only san diego policemen praised um in this whole ordeal the only one truck foster the sniper who took the killer out and it was the only candidate or police officer during my research that i felt the victims were were proud of and we're happy about he's the one that took the.
"jerry sanders" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"And each other films at amazon prime and so yeah the answer your question it it it i wasn't shocked by only because of what i've been through with all these victim driven films uh e e heartbreaking yes but uh i've seen i've seen a lot all right when the seventy seven minutes is rolling what are the police doing at this point in at what point is this decision finally made we have a shot let's take the shot was that the seventy seven minute mark no when uh when jerry sanders got to the scene as walk commander the green light was put back on and truck foster who i would say was the only san diego policemen praised uh in this whole ordeal the only one truck foster the sniper who took the killer out and it was the only san diego police officer during my research that i felt the victims were were proud of and we're happy about um he's the one that took the shot he was across the street on top of the roof of a post office and what a shot brilliant you talk about i mean that's why he's sniper one shot to the chest and the killer was down when he had this and and he he didn't even have a clear shot at first as well right he was waiting for the signal and he could see him through the scope but it was the first time he could see him the killer was sitting on the countertops a really all that was available to me or the dangling legs and lower half you he had to wait for this guy to come down off of his perch and this guy was cocky too because he was just strolling around this restaurant even in front of broken windows he he was he was expecting not to come home from us right i would say most smash shooters if not all know that they're gonna die that day they get now it today gonna try to take as many people with them possible and he clawed his own death in a way because because he smashed the.
"jerry sanders" Discussed on WLAC
"Hour in and his coworkers were crying in the killer heard them shop bannon albertoni right to my face that there's no way with the police said was accurate that most if not all were shot in the first five or ten minutes said there's no way that's true all of this right in all of this carnage when you start reviewing the actual footage from this did it shock you just how horrible in bruehl this entire crime was it after making eight films in the next again warzone uh eight i i it you know it didn't shock me i've seen some of the worst things in the world i did a movie called the nightmare in las cruces that uh was was that's the largest on fox shooting in the nation today that happened in las cruces new mexico in a i i think we should tell the audience that they can watch seventy seven minute gandhi's out of any other films on amazon prime and so yeah the answer your question it it it i was in shock fight only because of what i've been through with all these victim driven films a a heartbreaking yes but i've seen i've seen a lot all right when the seventy seven minutes is rolling what are the police doing at this point in at what point is this decision finally made we have a shot let's take the shot was that the seventy seven minute mark no when uh when jerry sanders got to the scene to swap commander the green light was put back on and truck foster who i would say it was the only san diego policemen praised uh um in this whole ordeal the only one truck foster the sniper who took the killer out an was the only candyva police officer during my research that i felt the victims were were proud of and we're happy about he's the one at official.
"jerry sanders" Discussed on KELO
"The they couldn't get to the victims were outside the mcdonald's for crying out loud ratched up part that i will never ever comprehend you're sworn in to serve and protect civilians are more important than your life is he gonna do it be a policeman harriet i'm not saying it would leave their travel easy that it was difficult i get that i am not anti police i am not i'm about getting this story right regardless of who is involved and my proudest okkie monterie about a mexican police chief so i'm not anti police i respect what the police q but if they're going to be wrong i'm going question and i don't know how many more examples i can give to my critics about what happened at the san diego mcdonald's an officer admitted that day he was a second man on the scene unfair we did not serve and protect he's got it i didn't say that do you know how i have an email a question that came in and said rumor had the two border patrol agents came across i5 via the roberto's tube station and were at the back entrance ready to make a dynamic entry and they were told not to enter by the police this was supposedly near the beach ginning of the incident is there any information that you know about the truth of that room ever heard that one oca never heard that but to give the manner take the diggers heat for all this is jerry sanders he was a swap commander and his deeper wasn't working day um at least initially he got a beat maybe half an hour into the shooting and gone he got to the scene pretty late and he called off the green light to um the shoot the mass murderer and he had to apparently wait till he got that asean before the green light was put back on and at the time uh and fill fan at heathrow's considered tactically part of san diego so he was north of the city any at the drive all the way down to the border far that is where traffic at four pm now on on that side though do you feel that for law enforcement to you the somebody that's in charge do you want to come there and assess the.