21 Burst results for "Jim Allen"
"jim allen" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"To them I'm going to keep trying my best Sasaki said to pitch just as well the next time out A young man of his word a week later sasaki pitched perfectly again into the 8th inning but opposing banners were making good contact and his pitch count was getting high So his manager who has protected sasaki like a rare jewel pulled him from the game Jim Allen lives in Japan and is written about baseball there for nearly 30 years The thing that shocked me the most was the lack of outrage The outrage of sitting a pitcher when he's this close to a perfect game considered a once in a lifetime achievement But in this case it was taking out a pitcher on the cusp of a second perfect game in a row with sasaki Allen says the calculus of once in a lifetime has changed The way he pitched on April 10th we got a sensation that this is not the end that this is the beginning And that this is something that is a very real possibility every time he pitches Sasaki has been on baseball's radar since he was a high school senior throwing close to a 100 mph But managers and coaches have brought him along slowly not wanting to burn him out or overwork a young man still physically developing His first year professionally he didn't pitch His second year appearances were limited And now year three I've been watching all his starts they're just electric Ellen says Japanese media want to know everything about sasaki including his sad past His father and two other relatives died when their home was washed away in the 2011 tsunami He said you know it's something that we'll never be erased from my memory And I want people to know that this is still a thing You know the people are still unable to return to their homes But Alan says sasaki doesn't wear the tragedy on his sleeve and handles the constant questions about his dad in a calm and understated way Kind of the way he mows down opposing batters with an effortless and efficient delivery that belies the ferocity of his blazing fastball and confounding split finger pitch It's unlikely he'll make the jump to the U.S. for several years which is why major league scouts are okay with the take it slowly approach After Sunday's win sasaki was temporarily deactivated more protection But when he makes his next start batters are sure to shutter while fans dream of what's next Tom Goldman and PR news You're listening to here and now News that the world's richest man is on track to take over Twitter has been held by some I think Elon Musk's buying Twitter is without exaggeration the most important development for free speech in decades And questioned by others will a new owner put social impact and First Amendment principles above profits twitters take over Next time on one a tonight at 8 on 90.1 I'm Sharon Brody The UN General Assembly will vote on May 11th on a country to replace Russia on the UN's Human Rights Council Russia was suspended over allegations of rights violations by Russian soldiers in Ukraine and assembly spokeswoman says the Czech Republic is the only candidate Today Ukraine's prosecutor identified ten Russian soldiers she accused of atrocities in the Kyiv suburb of bucha She said they were involved in the torture of peaceful people the Russian government denies it targets civilians A new study finds that climate change will result in thousands of new viruses spread among animal species by 2070 the researchers say that's likely to increase the risk of emerging infectious diseases jumping from animals to.
"jim allen" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"Thank you, chicken head 21. All is well with us. We are we are having a grand old time here. Swamp rat has four COVID shots. We're getting our fourth probably later this month. We're actually going to going to my wife's nephew's wedding in Cleveland, Ohio. The first major trip we've taken since the pandemic started. And we will certainly mask on the plane and at the airport. I mean, I think it's still required. And rightly so, in my opinion, so we'll certainly be masking a lot on that trip. But that's in June, and we thought, you know what? Let's get our fourth booster or a second booster fourth shot. You know, maybe a month or so before we go so that it has sort of maximum effectiveness by then. So that's what we're planning to do. Thank you, tech dino. Jameis with so many players in the home theater audio electronics. How do you keep up? Well, you know, if you're interested in something, you keep up. I get a lot of emails. I'm on a lot of lists that indicate that send me news about stuff. So. Oh, Jim Allen, you have asked the question of questions. I had meant to mention that I'm going to do, I'm going to mention this for sure on next week's show. But you have asked me, you need to get your own show again. Your fans miss you. Any possibility of this happening, the answer is yes. In fact, the podcast is starting back up. And you heard it here first, folks. It is going to be under the auspices of AVS forum and it's going to start in a week and a half. So next Saturday, I will be making an announcement on the radio show about it and where you can tune in. So this is very exciting news. Very exciting news. Graveyard tuba, you want it back, you got it. And the entire band isn't getting back together. It's going to be a new band. But I'm still going to be the lead singer, as it were. The front man, so to speak. And we're going to have a guest like we did before, and I'm going to have some co hosts now and again, and it's going to be great. Kind of really be great..
"jim allen" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"In this room. My new office in Santa Cruz is tiny. It's not much bigger than a walk in closet. So I don't have room for a lot of TVs in here. Thank you, tech dino. I appreciate that. Beat master. Yeah, video encoding systems don't like the backdrop so much action. I was a little concerned about that and but you tell me, can you see the action clearly? Is it getting a lot of artifacts? Yes, Rhett con 5. Every closet should have a TV. Let's see. Oh, here's another floating 3D rotation thing. In Sears, oh, it's very similar. No, I don't want $35 off for my Sears. Thank you very much. Yeah, the one at Sears that Rhett just sent me is, in fact, very much like this one. More like this one. That's a 170 bucks. Holy smokes. Chicken head 21 says one larger monitor as opposed to multiple smaller monitors. Yeah, I could do that. I'd have to I'd have to re jigger my whole thing here. Beat master size looks good. Good. What Sears twisted mister? Yeah, exactly. Good question, hamster, MH, do flat earthers have floating maps? Let's see, Jim Allen, can you describe the difference in light output regarding QD oled versus LG oled with a white sub pixel? I suspect, I don't know for sure. But I think QD oled probably has more light output. LG put the white sub pixel in there regular oleds in order to increase light output. And they currently get to, well, most get to about 700 nits. I've heard that some of the super top end ones can get to a thousand. I believe QD oled will.
"jim allen" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast
"They opened the casino. And so you know it's it's it is a big business and how is that. The sun is is connected to the fall of bolo the sun business. How is that connected. What does that have to do with jack. Abromov stepping in and and the the political trouble that he then got in okay so The establishment was invested in the indian. Tries they there was so much money to be made The rival seminole tribe of florida was. I believe it was the first tribe in the nation to acquire a Las vegas style. Casino or casino type of machine so they had a lot vested in in the success. Of of the seminal tribe There were Different bills passed one by a freight wolf. Virginia who tried to pass legislation that would curtail the cruises to nowhere and There were also efforts by By by lobbyists one was a walter brown who had spearheaded the monte carlo of he represented on high marine and was eventually Eventually fell into trouble for the dual representation about above union members and the governments which And lobbying for the government's which employed Those individuals So there was a lot of corruption within the jayme boating industry And some gospel as was like really the sole game in town And the seminoles were trying to how how they should Kinda shut him down at the time. I guess Donald trump are former president He had retained greenberg charring as lobbyists to help The seminal tribe acquirer casino. A one of his former executives Jim allen was a ceo of gaming for that tribe and so they were lobbing aggressively they had plans on acquiring the hard rock franchise Which was a massive undertaking. They didn't have the money to do it. the only to talk about the hardware phase around the country. Hard rock cafe is correct. Now what it means. Donald trump is a businessman who is a private businessman have a financial share in. The seminal. isn't without it. i believe so. I think she was his view. Was that He was unable to compete against the indians. Since they were given a lot of tax advantages and so he he went in she was given opportunity. I believe on might have which might have been made possible by the clintons to get involved in the tribal gaming and this was at a time when he was running. Casinos laird sitting correct. Okay so we'll talk to you about the whole business so then after about trump's in how did abbotabad that run afoul of the government. When did he fall out of favor. And why it's a good question so He ended up partnering with a fellow by the name of adam to dan Who was a bankrupt. Disbarred attorney Abramov was fairly shrewd that he had. Good judgment overall. And had he known about academic background he never would have gone into business with him but added. Dan represented that he had sold his his Mattress business for a large sum of money. He knew jack from their college republican days and he on approached him with an opportunity to go into business together. So a jack need an agreement that he would Us that's what the the the The closing costs but that he would handle regulatory matters in the governmental aspects..
"jim allen" Discussed on Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career
"Tell us how you got your start in aviation a pay <hes>. I grew up as an air. Force brat flu beef forty seven feet fifty twos in a one <hes>. So i was always excited about aviation from that. My dad passed away when i was a teenager so <hes>. I think that kind of cemented the hero worship for for my dad. You know in those days. And i just you know as always we we moved from you know we were on the air force base for a while we lived in iowa and then kansas after my dad passed away to live where my mom's parents were in a big open skies. And you're always looking up to see what was going on up there because you know. I was just kind of bored in small town. Kansas and <hes>. My uncle taught me how to fly. When i was nineteen years old <hes>. Down in rockport texas. What kind of airplane of piper warrior and <hes>. I just you know even though it was a little stressful because he was kind of a screamer why it was it was i love going flying solo but when he was in the airplane i was just a little bit stressed out but <hes> i still have his <hes>. His voice in the site you know in in my ear every time i'm not lined up for the centerline of it in even in a seven thirty seven. Now it's get get lined up with. What's wrong with you that just use a spring but it was i'm just curious <hes>. You have a relative teaching to fly when you're not in the airplane. What was your relationship with him like. Yeah so i was staying in his <hes>. In his house and that was it was just. It was a little stressful. But i in there were. There were times where he was like these. You really want to do this one. She just leave and things like that but when it was all said and done he was really proud. And i was proud and <hes>. But i was his first and last student because nobody else wanted to deal with them. I guess but he. He came to my winging ceremony when i became a pilot <hes>. And he was just proud a you know it is just the way life is. Sometimes you know it's not always good. It's not always bad. There's just getting bad mixed in but <hes>. But i learned a lot. You know and i and i got the i got the license in like fifty five hours. I was there for two months from from zero to two private pilot just in the summer of nineteen eighty five. So that's the way to do a t to go. Full bore fly every day. If you can and get it out of the way right. Yeah and i saw that with the students that i flew with later so <hes> a way <hes>. You go to college. I went to college at the university. Kansas and i was living in kansas can think. And why. why am i here in the first place. That's my mom's hometown. But i found out that the university of kansas was ranked in the top ten for aerospace engineering. And i was like well. That's pretty cool. You know so. That's that's what i wanted to learn. It was a tough program. But i got through it <hes>. Actually with honors <hes>. But i decided to join nato. otc <hes>. The air force at the time was <hes>. They weren't offering pilot slots <hes>. Two people who were getting scholarships <unk>. Be an engineer for the air force. And then you would compete for a scholarship later in a it just seemed a little too much ambiguity. Matt's of navy was saying we'll we'll give scholarship. You can figure out if you're gonna be a pilot toward the end of the program in <hes>. You know it's needs of the navy. And all that kind of stuff so so turned out. When i got selected if i they told me i was going to be a pilot and then like they. You know four weeks later. I haven't graduated yet. They said well. We're sorry that we were badly in the back sears. Nfo's nfl stance from naval flight. Officer <hes>. so i you know. Tail between my legs went down to pensacola tried to figure out a way to become a pilot and they said no dice <hes>. Were just short on. Nfo's and that's in. You have a minute refractory error in your left dive. It's keeping you from minnesota. But i was twenty twenty in gotten in like six months before six months after they probably would let me go to the pilot program but at the time they just they were starving for back. Seniors <hes>. in that may have been a blessing in disguise. Because like a year after. I got down there. They cut the bottom third out of pilot training navy wide because of the cold war drawdown and there were guys get sent home. We're getting cintas supply or know. They were surface warfare. That kinda thing and <hes>. so it was. It was kind of an ugly time in the navy late eighties early nineties.
How Airline Pilot Jim Allen Got His Aviation Start In The Navy
"Tell us how you got your start in aviation a pay I grew up as an air. Force brat flu beef forty seven feet fifty twos in a one So i was always excited about aviation from that. My dad passed away when i was a teenager so I think that kind of cemented the hero worship for for my dad. You know in those days. And i just you know as always we we moved from you know we were on the air force base for a while we lived in iowa and then kansas after my dad passed away to live where my mom's parents were in a big open skies. And you're always looking up to see what was going on up there because you know. I was just kind of bored in small town. Kansas and My uncle taught me how to fly. When i was nineteen years old Down in rockport texas. What kind of airplane of piper warrior and I just you know even though it was a little stressful because he was kind of a screamer why it was it was i love going flying solo but when he was in the airplane i was just a little bit stressed out but i still have his His voice in the site you know in in my ear every time i'm not lined up for the centerline of it in even in a seven thirty seven. Now it's get get lined up with. What's wrong with you that just use a spring but it was i'm just curious You have a relative teaching to fly when you're not in the airplane. What was your relationship with him like. Yeah so i was staying in his In his house and that was it was just. It was a little stressful. But i in there were. There were times where he was like these. You really want to do this one. She just leave and things like that but when it was all said and done he was really proud. And i was proud and But i was his first and last student because nobody else wanted to deal with them. I guess but he. He came to my winging ceremony when i became a pilot And he was just proud a you know it is just the way life is. Sometimes you know it's not always good. It's not always bad. There's just getting bad mixed in but But i learned a lot. You know and i and i got the i got the license in like fifty five hours. I was there for two months from from zero to two private pilot just in the summer of nineteen eighty five. So that's the way to do a t to go. Full bore fly every day. If you can and get it out of the way right. Yeah and i saw that with the students that i flew with later so a way You go to college. I went to college at the university. Kansas and i was living in kansas can think. And why. why am i here in the first place. That's my mom's hometown. But i found out that the university of kansas was ranked in the top ten for aerospace engineering. And i was like well. That's pretty cool. You know so. That's that's what i wanted to learn. It was a tough program. But i got through it Actually with honors But i decided to join nato. otc The air force at the time was They weren't offering pilot slots Two people who were getting scholarships Be an engineer for the air force. And then you would compete for a scholarship later in a it just seemed a little too much ambiguity. Matt's of navy was saying we'll we'll give scholarship. You can figure out if you're gonna be a pilot toward the end of the program in You know it's needs of the navy. And all that kind of stuff so so turned out. When i got selected if i they told me i was going to be a pilot and then like they. You know four weeks later. I haven't graduated yet. They said well. We're sorry that we were badly in the back sears. Nfo's nfl stance from naval flight. Officer so i you know. Tail between my legs went down to pensacola tried to figure out a way to become a pilot and they said no dice Were just short on. Nfo's and that's in. You have a minute refractory error in your left dive. It's keeping you from minnesota. But i was twenty twenty in gotten in like six months before six months after they probably would let me go to the pilot program but at the time they just they were starving for back. Seniors in that may have been a blessing in disguise. Because like a year after. I got down there. They cut the bottom third out of pilot training navy wide because of the cold war drawdown and there were guys get sent home. We're getting cintas supply or know. They were surface warfare. That kinda thing and so it was. It was kind of an ugly time in the navy late eighties early nineties.
"jim allen" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"A long history of respiratory born viruses of any type asymptomatic transmission has never been the driver of outbreaks. The driver of outbreaks is always a symptomatic person. Even if there's a rare a symptomatic person that might transmit Epidemic is not driven by asymptomatic carriers. There. You have it. Doctor found she lives in German. So you was. It stands to reason. If you're a seven event. You don't need a Mass because the mask is to keep you from giving it to somebody else. Not to keep you from getting it from somebody else. You see, so it's all getting confusing. But if you just follow the science out their phones Where is the science? Follow the bouncing science. There goes I love it when people keep telling me to follow the science. And the science changes from day to day, week to week month the month looking how much it's changed since we started all this back in, really January, February I was telling somebody the other day this I don't know that was sharing this with you. But I remember sharing it with you at the time. This is in January. We got a report. The Chinese said. Of course we should have Doubt anything the Chinese were saying. That a man had been in that Wuhan market and it stood. Remember this stood next to a woman for 15 seconds and got the virus and I'm going good grief. This thing is, oh is like nothing we've ever seen. Well, that's the report poured into being untrue. So that was the science back then you could get it by standing next to somebody for 15 seconds, saying Follow the science My I will be back for the bonus. Our right after this today in school, I learned a lot. In chemistry. We're not no one likes me. In English. I learned that I'm disgusting. And in physics, I learned that I'm a loser. Today in school, I learned that I'm ugly and useless. And Jim Allen that I'm pathetic in a joke in history, I learned that I'm trying to stay in school. I learned that I have no friends in English. I learned that I make people sick and at lunch, I learned that I sit on my own because I smell in chemistry. I learned that no one in biology that I'm fat and stupid and in math. Because I learned that I'm trash. The only thing I didn't learn in school today..
"jim allen" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Decide who gets to be president. President Trump visiting Republican campaign headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, saying the country will unify after the election. Everybody should come together and I think success brings us together. We're gonna have a tremendous success. The president will be holding an election party at the White House tonight. Biden will be in his hometown of Delaware to watch election returns Other big races to watch tonight in Illinois voters will decide whether or not to overhaul the tax code in Illinois from a flat tax to a graduated income tax. Voters will decide whether Dick Durbin, the second ranking Democrat in the Senate, should get 1/5 term and there are elections involving the state's 18 congressional seats in Cook County. First term. Democratic States Attorney Kim Foxx is facing a challenge from Republican Pat O'Brien record setting voting numbers across Chicago, the city now it over one million votes that's approaching turn out of 63%. Election Board spokesman Jim Allen cleared up the issue of voting with a Sharpie marker. It seems that some voters were taking the Sharpie and swirling around several times and that caused him bleed through other times they were holding it down for, like, three seconds and then more import into the paper. But again, it wasn't a huge problem. He says the bleed through with the marker is not a reason for rejection of any mail in ballots. Any ballots that have issues with big splotches go through a separate process to determine voter intent. American Airlines is cutting its December scheduled by nearly 50% removing more than 100,000 flights for the holiday season that includes cuts and cancellations at O'Hare, WG and Sports. Here's Kevin Powell. The Bears could be down to one starting offense. A lineman for Sunday's match up with the Titans after backup tackle Jason Spriggs reportedly tested positive for covert at 19. He was filling in for the injured Bobby Massey. The positive test. Would make right guards remain a fatty, a high risk close contact players so he and springs have been placed on the cove in 19 less. Cody Whitehair was had already been dealing with a calf injury. Starting left guard James Daniels likely out for the season with a tourney pectoral muscles so all sorts of problems for the bearsoffense align and no deals made by the Bears. At today's trade deadline around the NFL more positive test, including Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton, Packers running back Jamal Williams and rookie linebacker Kamal Martin. They've tested positive in the Bronco's front office general manager John Elway and team President Jo Ellis. Also testing positive college football. Wisconsin is canceled Saturday's game against Purdue after five additional cases within the program that brings the total up to 27. All team activities have been paused. And the Gold Glove Awards will be handed out tonight. 12 finalists between the Cubs and White Sox. I'm Kevin Powell. W G in.
"jim allen" Discussed on WGN Radio
"From 3 90 Impound Stevenson is congested around Ashland. It's a half hour in from Veterans Memorial. The two presidential candidates are making their final pitch to voters. Former Vice President Joe Biden is reminding voters why he decided to run the story, but I would be melodramatic, restore basic decency and honor. The White House. Right and told supporters in Scranton, Pennsylvania, that he wants to unite the country. President Trump focused on the economy while addressing voters on Fox News. We had the best economy nobody had ever seen anything like it, and now What happens is we build it up again, and we are Going into the record clip. The president pointed to the tax and regulation cuts he's made well in office. He also referenced the space force and what he's done for the military. A few Senate races are also being I'd buy the Democrats more from news nations and aware, Nicky. If Biden does win the White House, then the Democrats would need to win 3 FT. Three seats in the Senate to gain A majority in the Senate for if Biden loses. A few of those races include North Carolina, Arizona, Colorado, even Mane. Election day off to a smooth start in Chicago, according to Jim Allen, with the Chicago Board of Elections. Some equipment has had to be replaced. But this didn't cause any delays there, seeing roughly 30,000 voters an hour at last check. 908,000 votes have been cast through all forms of voting. Ellen says Heist Turnout is among voters between the ages of 25 34 years old. However, Chicago police and businesses are prepared for any unrest following tonight's election results here. CPD commander Jill Stevens This training is getting highlighting our commitment to ensuring.
"jim allen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Only county sheriff's department is now issuing tickets beginning at $300. If you don't have a face covering in public, I know you got your mask around your neck. Part of governor's orders. Make sure you were okay in Beverly Hills to find start at $100. The mayor says. The city has been trying to educate people for months. So it's time to start dealing with those who he calls recalcitrance and an about face from the governor of Texas Greg Abbott, a supporter of personal responsibility since the start of the health crisis now, says Masks are mandatory in his state. An executive order goes into effect at noon today. The governor says that with 14% of people testing positive, the state cannot move forward on opening a business is understanding the data working with doctors. We've learned that the best way that we can both remain open for business, while also containing the spread of covert 19 is through the strategy of requiring mask It will slow the spread. On Wednesday, Texas reported a record high spike of just over 1000 new cases in just 24 hours. Big gamble for Atlantic City after being closed for months. Casinos open again social distancing mandatory mask requirements in place, Chairman of Hard Rock international Jim Allen says he's been waiting for this day. We wanted to get our employees backto work so they would have the opportunity to start putting, you know a paycheck in their household. So to me, there was never yield that we weren't gonna do that. So as customers step away from slot.
Seminole Hard Rock takes a chance on reopening
"Seminole hard rock casino and hotel re opened its doors in Tampa last night it shut down in March because of the pandemic Seminole gaming CEO Jim Allen tells news channel eight putting two thousand employees who were laid off back to work is the big payoff and I recognize there's a lot of emotion with this topic but they have the ability to bring people back to work in a safe environment we're certainly very proud of the hard rock is the first of Florida's six Seminole gaming casinos to re open with restrictions its capacity is fifty percent less than normal temperatures of all guests and staff will be checked before they come in visitors must wear face coverings
Illinois primary voters notified of possible virus exposure
"News election officials are notifying hundreds of Chicago voters who went to the polls in last month's primary of possible exposure to cope with nineteen the Chicago board of elections commissioners sending letters to voters who went to at least four voting sites including a site where a poll worker felt symptoms days later and then died from the virus spokesman Jim Allen says in either poll workers are voters who tested positive were at the sights on March seventeenth the election officials are starting to notify voters Illinois was among the first states to grapple with the idea of rescheduling its primary during the pandemic but one
"jim allen" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Night and six in the morning in every other hour of the day today would try to get a hold of supplies that we need in order to make our tests effective in the state of Illinois because we're not getting help from the federal government the number of deaths in the U. S. from the corona virus has risen to over one hundred nearly eighty five percent were over sixty in about forty five percent older than eighty many people appear to have underlying health conditions including diabetes and kidney disease there are fifty four hundred cases now in the U. S. the air traffic control tower at midway is closed and undergoing cleaning after three technicians of the facility tested positive incoming flights have been halted until six fifteen the airport remains open just an hour left to vote in the Illinois primary cook county clerk Karen Yarbrough announcing very low in person voting numbers so far on this primary day but she tells WGN's roe Conn early voting numbers are up from twenty sixteen were forty six percent above what this is this on the record these numbers Jim Allen is with the Chicago board of a lot chance where roughly hundred ninety eight thousand having voted today if that stays the same combined with early voting and vote by mail we're looking at turn out in the range of about you know thirty five maybe slightly higher he says five precincts in Chicago will stay open late some cook county precincts will also stay open until eight o'clock tonight a coronavirus aid package passed by the house is being held up in the Senate some Republicans say they don't like a provision that requires companies to provide affected workers with paid sick leave but Republican senator Lindsey Graham says the debate it's gone on too long we're a minority within.
"jim allen" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Fifty for a jump of fifty five from yesterday's number of one hundred five also twenty two cases at a nursing home in DU page county in Willowbrook eighteen residents and for staff there have the corona virus today is election day we're seeing an extraordinarily low turn out in Chicago and across the state because so many election workers have decided they did not want to work because of fears of being in crowds and baby catching the corona virus a big war of words between governor Pritzker and Jim Allen over at the board of elections Allen asked Pritzker to delay the election because of the corona virus Pritzker says that he did not have legal authority to did that to do that and he also says because of bureaucratic red tape the board of elections refused his offer to send in the National Guard to act as election judges the Dow up one thousand forty eight points today president trump promised these quote going big with an economic stimulus plan to blunt the economic pain caused by the corona virus outbreak the trump administration also wants to give you ninety days to pay your taxes if you can't pay them by April fifteenth and some breaking news now there are coronavirus cases in all fifty Kate's because states West Virginia now become the last U. S. state to report a positive case of the new coronavirus WLS news time five thirty three checking traffic here at W. L. as we've got very light conditions out there so many people working from home obviously inbound Stevenson at Lemont road we've got a stalled vehicle partially blocking the exit ramp to southbound Lemont road that's traffic from the WLS AMA ninety traffic center.
"jim allen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Goes to Gail gets on the cross team there makes a ton of friends that way goes to law school you know where his father had gone was the first Taiwanese graduate from Yale law and then works his way along he's active shop called investor a be looking for private equity deals in Asia based out of Hong Kong somebody says Hey you should look at this guy Jack ma's is nineteen ninety nine right after that they basically started Ali Baba he goes to meet him and says I wanna from my lot with this guy and the rest you know sister but he became the sort of the bridge to the US and the west for Ali Baba and in many ways it at and that's a really important point to emphasize because Jack ma's this larger than life character you know Seoul way sort of out there being in a lot of ways Joe seems to be the guy who goes into the board rooms talks to the private equity guys the venture capitalists to Wall Street to everybody he really smooths the way many ways for what Ali Baba become right and that's what Jack ma told me when I talk to him about it he said you know this there were times where I'd be in a room with a bunch of finance types in Jack because of street guy in in the U. S. and I they make them all upset with something I said and then Joe with with that over and that that was he relied on him to translate personally the annual letters that he would write to shareholders in the world Joe was the one who took Jack's vision and said this is what I I know what you mean and I'm gonna make sure everyone outside knows what you mean to and that's the IRA blew away he's got a couple stories in the magazine this week once about gambling this one is about a guy who made a pretty good bet on buying an NBA team yeah you did make a good bet but talk about his timing because he became the majority owner as you heard from IRA just before the controversy that really put to test the NBA's relationship with China this is a huge market for them an important market it is in many ways the future and Josiah sitting at this great intercept of kind of understanding east and west wall exactly we often say someone is uniquely positioned he really is uniquely positioned in this case speaking of being in a unique position Jay said we caught up with Jim Allen is the chairman and CEO of hard rock international course of the game to be played at hard rock stadium so.
"jim allen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In the morning to eight eighteen in the morning and let's do it I promise Darryl I apologize for such a long wait but good morning you guys are worth listening to their in organized this year was going and lance well don't well okay the one thing I'd like to bring in is the a different perspective maybe when I was younger basketball coach named Jim Allen if that rings a bell do not me okay but wishes connection I was actually able will meet Whitey Ford for Jenkins bill we and another place picture there in the past but T. up no one sound Whitey Ford okay what I'm saying is is what as a child what you're talking was electronic devices and what not going away from the game Dicks you mention about the trust right so therefore as a child you also lose perspective if somebody's caught the cheating scandal that weight if that makes sense losing that cross yep bag I'm damn sure that some people are are saying well well if we can't trust these guys just doing a simple little child's game how can we exist as fans I'm sure this I'm sure there's some people in that in that category well well that's a whole perspective whether Canadian American consult our game right it's a world game yes and going back to the nineteen eighteen issue doubly was it starts when it saying it can't be so Joe right right and so saying that if you don't mind I'd like to compliment on the Pete rose comment because that's the reason I called was because Pete rose right okay but because I actually spent my basic training with his nephew slip out like a little little bit more insight on how bad Pete felt so all right Sir what is necessary how bad do you well it was just a boat letting people down but also accepting what she had done right and a lot of people cannot acknowledge what they've done so that you get a big component right there right a lot of people sell to Pete rose possessed crocodile tears it wasn't really repentant and you would do it all again I don't know man I never met the man and I've never met Pete myself but through his nephew we spent lake said the full term of basic training so you get to know people pretty good great and he was in my squad leader buddies right and Dixie what do you think you think you is truly repentant well I think it took him a long while our people to believe that he was repentant I it's just it's so it seemed to a lot of people for many years that he wasn't and then as time went on he started to get the feeling that maybe he should be more repentant any any finally was you know I have no problem if if they said tomorrow or on Tuesday when the rest of them go in St Pete rose was going to get a hall of fame plaque but he wasn't going to be allowed to speak on that day and they were going to put on his plaque why he wasn't allowed in the hall of fame Ford what thirty years I'd be happy with that I could see that I don't care because Pete rose's records is numbered stated he should be in the hall of fame just like shoeless Joe Jackson numbers do now if you were to tell someone okay if you cheat in the World Series we're going to we're not going to let you in the hall of fame for a hundred years or for fifty or sixty years until you're dead in the long gone I'm sure that would be a good penalty for everybody but it it's it's gone now it's gone for shoeless Joe Jackson and Pete rose like I said if they gave me a plaque tomorrow but did not let him speak at the hall of fame ceremony I would be perfectly fine with that well it's still destroyed me but there are going to I was gonna say if you don't mind if you have the email out there Dan what I'll do I'll give my email and I'll send you a picture of me and cam in basic was our school and follow and if you want to put that forward if you can do some for Peter be awesome to six two do you have an email I I do have an email I think Andrew knows it off hand but I could I could give it to Andrew off the air injured you know Dixie's email all right well tell you work I will put down on hold and you can speak to dial if you have it great if not armed we'll find a way to accomplish this and there are rumors said their Dixie yes how do you feel about Pete rose well I know what you said about lacking you can't speak I look at this I look at this situation this way if he is going to get a plaque it can knowledge Jing the hall I think I mean limit how long you can speak but I think you should be allowed to speak well thanks I there has to be some additional punishment I think here you're giving him a break you told them he was never gonna be allowed in baseball game which he has been stepped on the outside periphery and if you give him a plaque in on his plaque it says directly why he was not in the hall of fame when he should have been twenty five years ago good but again there's there's a there's gonna be a final punishment for this to make to make somebody else think about it and not allowing him to speak would be the final thing well my perspective is he has been in exile for a quarter century if your design is that what you're saying arms saying he served his time and the other point is he is not the only one who was gambling no is it he did he did not gamble as far as we know until you begin the manager right not when he was playing exactly and that's why I am tempted to say don't do it again well I could live with that my choice would be the other thing but I can live with your choice all right anyone out there if you feel one way or the other we've we've guard Karen Ross subject but it is the subject give us a call and tell us your opinion Arles Pete rose or would you like to see in the hall of fame come Tuesday so should he stay in exile or has it been long enough that he has been in exile it's up to you to decide which way we should give that nard and again this cheating scandal do you have an opinion one way or the other share it with us here to be easy Dixie give the phone numbers it is six one seven two five four one zero three zero or if your way out of town somewhere one two eight eight yes eight eight eight nine two nine ten thirty it's always ten thirty at the end right because that is location you'll find us on your radio your instrument and I know I suggested just sit and look out the window for awhile but I also made sure I told you keep listening and participating and like I said I am are gonna be on tomorrow merry Jerry servers will be here and Gary probably knows more about what is collectible and what is not and he's the one that has the conventions the comic book convention set yes and if the two or three times a year so if you want catch him tomorrow at midnight and I have grown against you all live and here we are at one my friend tell you who is until it's one tomorrow Sir acts riveter you I I don't think I have next week's show aren't all sermon where I will have guests I always try to make sure I get gas you seem to enjoy when I have them on the radio for you delight well speaking of your guests I shout out to our mutual friend into fielding yes there someone who's probably listening enter the what does winter brothers who are probably just get nothing gig somewhere round brothers in there Brookline yeah and bill called last night so yes I know I was I was gone I heard that call service bill below are listening Dixie wants you to give him a call I think biting Bo is it earlier bed time get bills okay citing bills burning the candle at both ends all right well we all do sometimes yes we do sometimes we do so I am gonna take news in about two minutes Dixon I have a half hour of show to go and or maybe more if you people would call in well we have forms yeah well we'll try it again I would like to get them to call in six say something controversial the kick they will get the not call controversial well me I just realized what I'm opening myself up arms for you to do something that I don't want you to do no not that I wouldn't do that okay I'm a good guest if you are a great guest I'm trying to think of all the people that have been guests with me on the radio I think you trace back the furthest are are no male I was there for a long time but I think you still trace back the service is always a and urge in off the street calling in when you were on when those smaller radio station which Hey smaller radio stations allowed me to get notice to a bigger radio thing bigger radio station I can not complain about no well I wasn't complaining I'm just saying that that's when I first heard the delicious tones of Morgan laid on that coming over the broadcast ways is very well all right about to go and take a little CBS news here again if you don't have to go or stay home yes like I did is news for you CBS news up like the first legal papers have been filed by president trump and his democratic congressional prosecutors ahead of the Tuesday start of Mr trump's impeachment trial so called house managers far more than a hundred pages calling for the president's removal men came the response in terms of this formal answer to the articles of the White House and the president's legal team argue that the articles of impeachment submitted by house Democrats are a dangerous attack on the right of the American people to freely choose their president adding this is a brazen and unlawful attempted to overturn the results of the twenty sixteen election but CBS news correspondent Michael Killian notes there will be major arguments before the two sides face the front of this brief is just one step in a multi step process we do expect the house to file another brief that will likely happen to steak and this will be in response to the president's trial brief which is due by Monday CBS news update on Tom forty we held Ernie's no tax deals for.
Chicago Board Of Election Commissioners To Buy New Touchscreen Voting Machines For $19 Million
"City halls buying new voting machines and bill Kaman says it's not going to be cheap the tab for new voting machines will be eighteen point seven million dollars your dollars in the city council finance committee Jim Allen of the board of elections said these machines though are going to be a lot more secure the system is more secure in that it captures an image of the ballot at the time that the voter is feeding that ballot into the scanner so that even if there were some bizarre scenario in which the ballots were later tampered with their damaged or anything like that you have that baseline image to compare against eighteen point seven million is not the end of the costs cook county is doing the
"jim allen" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Allegedly my microphone is hall what does that mean because the service round two of the boxing match you better not be because I did judo throw you in flip here but I'm saying the gloves on is it six years stop it gold Cup we America first this is the Salem radio network and we have multiple lots of the trump campaign coming up in a couple of segments that full I'm gonna break the rules a little bit I'm gonna take some cool so don al Jim Allen don't go anywhere but let me give you a few updates before we do that because that is one of the reasons we are here we are here to fight and win a culture war but also to give you the breaking news of the things that others will not share with you because they are politically biased as we speak right now the judiciary committee's hearing is proceeding that will be another day today it's so boring it is except for listening to the points of order a on the games the the chairman Jerry Nadler is playing in fact I'm gonna play one little audio cut before we get into this let's listen to Matt to gates frequent guest on the show verses the chairman of the Judiciary Committee Cup full recognized well now you presentations of evidence elementary inquiry I have early much action I will not recognize a parliamentary inquiry at this time we won't recognize impatience of evidence from council so that it is we just hear staff ask questions about their staff and the members get delta out of his hole here for hours going to try to overturn the result of an election will not elected people giving gentleman whose phone this order this meeting will begin this hearing will be considered in or will be considered in an orderly fashion the gentleman will not yell out new knots intends to disrupt the proceedings and for the rest of the morning there was a lot of this as well incredibly on your taxpayer dime this is the hearing today caught eight it's because you question the clerk will call the roll Mister Nadler no just another votes no ms Lofgren no his locker votes no ms Jackson Lee ms Jackson Lee both know Mr calling Mr Johnson of Georgia Mr Johnson George of us know Mr Deutsch.
"jim allen" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
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"jim allen" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Okay there you go and so we've got Jim Allen and John John Daniel and Louis Cairo and during the break we were talking about your thoughts on this if you if you want to just recap what you said and and and give us your thoughts on this on this whole impeachment thing I can't remember where I was yesterday I'm gonna recap this now we're just talking we're excuse me talking a little bit about just the audacity of this president that everything he does whether it's line and double down on this line whether it's having always the people from that service staying at this hotel there's just no end to what this guy does an and nobody's put a stop to it and we had talked about Nancy Pelosi did not one in pieces president I felt it might be playing into his hands let the election take place in his popularity is in the gutter except for is thirty percent base and but she felt and I know we talked about it a practice she really had no choice this man is blatantly right in our face still in the country Saul and that's why the impeachment started in I'm worried about the outcome whether it helps or hurts and two thousand twenty which do you think it'll well I think he might get impeached but it's hard to believe that Moscow Mitch would allow that impeachment but depends on what they find yeah it could hurt us that's what makes me nervous there you go John Daniel above the business manager sheet metal workers of smart to sixty five your thoughts I think Nancy Pelosi hat she she's forced into a corner she had to make a decision she has to enforce the law ray there's obviously a credible what I believe crimes have been committed that will force the impeachment process so the likelihood of getting to the house is very high the probability is Jim was Sanford to enforcing the Senate it's going to be next to nothing so where does that leave us does that leave trump spinning and the entire process into another fake news flurry as he does he become a martyr because of the exercise of the houses put him through does it create a better chance of them being reelected or we able to change the narrative to the general public so we can actually do the right thing in it the entire process is and listen to Jim and you talk I think about my kids I've got a twenty four year old a twenty two year old an eighteen year old at home and they don't know they haven't seen anything wouldn't character that that I grew up with as a presidential person they haven't seen her honor as a presidential candidate they just wanted to John Kennedy's yeah what are they gonna what's our expectations is a is a build their families and their future what is a normal see that has been the fabric of of American society it's just kind of dissolved in a very very short period of time those are some things to keep me up at night some areas so that one of the other things this is all the right now is is Donald Trump is trying to put Antonin Scalia's son who is a professional union buster basically is a lawyer who advises big corporations and how to destroy unions trying to put him in charge of the department of labor which is just you know was originally designed to protect the rights of workers this this kind of stuff and there's you know the the he's got a call lobbyist running the EPA's got oil obvious running the interior part when he's got a you know a a telecom lobbyist running the FCC it's a on an island these things are getting lost in the dust that that is a concern of mine your thoughts absolutely we seen a a swift deterioration of of the middle class you know with the separation and wealth but in the long term effect of the the current spring core structure the department of labor changes that have happened the the under funding the changing of directives in a department of labor was established to protect people to get up every day put the boots on to go to work and build and build the country and that's been lost in an introverted and twisted and perverted into a position where we need to take care of the corporations that are the job creators and everyone else is just a tool to make the money we seen from state to state Wisconsin has got Walker just just a puppet to the co family F. thank goodness he's gone but we had the same thing in a state of Illinois with our previous governor and he had a he had a full frontal in their owner Bruce Rauner full front frontal attack in organized labor and I think because he came directly address where Scott Walker who maybe play just cards I frankly I think he was just dumber he played his cards slicker he didn't come right and organized labor had on like like Bruce Rauner did he came at us directly in our members saw then we stood up we fought back in his own office now we've got a strong labor governor now in the state of Illinois so you said it everybody said elections have consequences and the consequences that we're seeing today the the amount of damage that one president one governor can do in one term can undo tens and twenties and thirties years decades of work that people like me and my predecessors and everyone in this room and your listeners have have worked diligently at to shore up in in the in a blink of an eye a tornado comes through and just devastates everything else I forget that phrase elect elections have consequences came from Ronald Reagan with people yelling and screaming about his destroying unions and he was like screw you guys for flu Carol I'm I'm curious your thoughts on this al also has a personal injury lawyer tackling the personal injury Inspiron well yeah place allegedly is billions and billions of dollars a release when we've got a deep pocket right.
"jim allen" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Claims their new ingredient will help but blue emu is the number one emu all brand every year for reason don't trust type trust consistency choose blue emu it works fast and you won't stink. J. it actually got cloudy over here like we might actually see a raindrop on a few of the breezes up and yeah that's cloudy yeah right here well radio station and temperatures have dropped a couple degrees do so. go yeah actually the radars picking up a few light rain showers inside the metro right now inside very close to the water sin for example and also that looks to be yes that is Bardstown road and then in far southeastern Jefferson County on into Spencer county closer to L. creek so they're out there they're just very hit or miss in light showers I nothing maybe dampen the ground in a few spots all have that chance otherwise dry and plenty dusty and hottest temperatures will be in the low and middle nineties tonight going mainly clear low temperatures in the upper sixties Terry we bounce back into the lower nineties tomorrow through Wednesday really the rest of the work we want to dry time is still anticipated officially in the metro we have ninety two degrees and partly sunny skies. dot com. so you can go tonight you could play twenty questions with the likes to find out the news and information you need to start your day or you could just cut to the chase and say Hey Alexis playing use radio eight forty WHAS and I aren't radio because when you're trying to get to work on time easier is better I'm Jim Allen chairman and CEO with Hilliard Lyons for more than a hundred and sixty years we've been a trusted wealth advisor.