17 Burst results for "Jim Berry"

"jim berry" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

08:42 min | 6 months ago

"jim berry" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"I mean, obviously, there's so much merit to the the Cabernet discussion for their be a bidding war veteran, Tonio. Brown. Whose last public moment was him throwing a not so concealed threat at a woman's children. If you didn't see that that's the thing that got him gone from New England was it seemed like a text threat as Mike said to a woman and her children weird though because His behavior was so erratic I believe Antonio Brown's attorney was on that text thread So it was a super a strange thing, but it was pretty clearly a threat and it's the last Straw for New England but Mike how many different ways and how many different times over how many different years do you have to see a football put aside character stuff in order to get better the more. The. More. The thing that made me marvel more about that is the idea that Aaron Rodgers for help. And they drafted his replacement. Bruce Arians is one guy to got the one guy who put his public voice on I. Don't want Antonio Brown period. Yeah. I don't want that in my locker room, but because they're clearly playing win now right now Ford Tom Brady. stunned. To see that that was the team and it also got my attention turns of like Holy Shit. What are they going to have at the skill positions? They've got they lose OJ Howard and they still got bright and Gronk and Godwin has been hurt at the beginning of the season but Mike Evans isn't giving them anything yesterday and they're getting forty five point anyway and leading wide receiver yesterday was a guy named Scotty Miller. Yeah. But the guy that Tom Brady will develop relationships with. Bed. Is Not. It is more or less. Edelman? It is. It is not Chris Hogan's occasionally Troy Brown, the throw that out there in Troy Brown. That they have a really good defense in Tampa to in a in a in an air they can get they can get a rush with four. Yeah. It's in an era was really difficult to have a good defense. They absolutely are and win now mode and I don't know what it means to add I guess Tom Brady just like I got him. I got control of this is a guy that was in my house but you had him and you had control them in New England and he was allegedly or seemingly threatening the lives of children. Is, eighteen touchdowns and four interceptions. I told you. It's weird. The Patriots are starting to look like the bucks. Certainly Patriots Brady won the last it's early but the last couple of weeks have definitely gone brady's favor and not Bella checks if you're arguing talent versus system or created the talent or the system, the quote, there's no doubt that secretly in his mind bill bell check has had a moment where he's like, maybe I didn't make the right call. But the real question is has he admitted it to his girlfriend, his longtime girlfriend who he loves dearly as he have enough in him to admit her. Maybe, I shouldn't have let Brady go because he's not admitting it to anybody else so thin and he's Just. Need to know if he admitted to his wife, he's got the thing he would admit to her as I really believed up at wide receiver because Tom Brady wouldn't look like that here Tom Brady at twenty four touchdowns last year he has eighteen through seven games this year with Mike Evans, and Godwin and Scotty Miller j Howard and Gronkowski and cameron bright and Leonard Fournette and. Ronald Jones. This is what he wanted plus he has say over sunny. Antonio Brown which ballot check would never give them. That is all interesting that they are going for it. you know wholesale in a way that I don't know what areas has said since two God's. But again, he's the only guy wasn't quoted anonymously. He's the only guy he's put his voice as an active. And everyone sniffing around Antonio Brown. He's the only guy who said I am not interested. He's a bad guy. I've coached him before I've done that experience. No thanks had of in my locker room. Don't want it again because he did with the steelers I. Think he's playing this whole Brady's window thick. You know this is Ed. Brady's got a window and we wanted him to come here and he wants a certain guy we gotta go get him maybe you should. Managing people I've been tough on the quarterback maybe give him an occasional win. That's a that's a difficult locker room to manage. Tom Brady is actually one of the chief reasons why if they win though because I can't imagine my Devon's is here for very much two catches for thirty seven yards like I don't that and now Antonio Brown I mean we were talking about Mike, Evans, right. If he could stay healthy, all of us were saying obvious number one receiver. and then Godwin comes and takes a bunch of his numbers and now Antonio Brown is going to be running around out there wrongs coming more online and he already has this established chemistry. That's like the second most prolific quarterback receiver, touchdown, Combo, but Mike he's been hurt. My Gavin's has been a little bit nicked up Bang Dogs Godwin and he's had plenty of those years with James Winston, right but they didn't amount he is. Primarily, a downfield threat and that's not Tom Brady strength right now. But what's weird is he's getting the ball down to like Scotty Miller. Right just doesn't look chemistry is a real deal I've got for example, I've got no answers to why Baker Mayfield looks like a spectacular quarterback one is targeting Rashad. Higgins but not when he's targeting Odell Beckham, junior, he still has six touchdowns Mike Evans. He had eight last year at eight the season. Before he five the year before that he still six touchdown, the yardage, not even close but does have such. Let's let's backtrack for a second because we just did the thing that Mike is Marveling at. We went immediately instead of talking about the broader social issue of compromising your dignity, your integrity, your character by tying yourself to Ken. We get a couple of inches better. Can we get a couple of points better I will sacrifice. All of my principals, all of my morality because if I don't Seattle will beat me with him and so we did the same thing that football does we immediately went to like what is this going to look like? This is amazing. This is exciting This somebody finally pulled the trigger on Antonio Brown and It's always gonna be that like it's never not going to be except for Colin Kaepernick like absorbed that attempts important possession. Like, absorb what happened during your lifetime the history of it's going to resonate in a way that will be having. We'll be having this conversation about people many many years from now because the the the worst thing that you could do is Neil respectfully in front of a flag you could you could do all sorts of things short of murder, right? Right caruth ended up. Leaving, the sport because he was accused of murder anything short of murder and kneeling before a flag, you're gonNA play in that Lake Michael Vick played in that league and after going to prison that's what is going on here. They already suffered the hit I know one team GonNa do it do when they're no fans in the stadium we heard all this talk over the summer with the the the murder of George Floyd. Remember the were the stories out there. NFL teams are going to give Colin Kaepernick a look it's a matter. Of time before it gets a job and still and no one will go on the record specifically tell us as to why. So it leaves for pretty obvious speculation that being blackballed Mike It's obvious that it's a literal blackballing that is not up for debate when I was up for settlement, he'd be the best quarterback in the NFC east right now re regardless that all of which is interesting and all of which is fine but the part that I'm interested in as it relates to what Mike is talking about. In is why they protect those quarterbacks so much stugatz the advertisements for the baker. Mayfield it's because people will notice all of this compromising of integrity that you're doing in a violent sport with violent men. If you don't have the wholesome images to pitch at quarterback if you don't have these guys that you can have selling you insurance and pizza that seem relatable students watching Ohio state this week I'm not kidding you this is exactly how it happened. They talked about Garrett High School and how it is that he had you know an.

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"jim berry" Discussed on The White Book

The White Book

04:28 min | 11 months ago

"jim berry" Discussed on The White Book

"The Batman Her one headed the driving. Tell me your move on. Your call either watch. Chris Nolan. And Tim Burton Batmans on Hbo Max so. Here, we go all done. I don't think I think something Miss Accompany. Criminal Ones Aren't there. It's bad if that flax and the Jim Berry narrow, it's not Chris Nolan. So we'll have. Wear those. Why watched the Batman like? The Batman movie like the original one from nineteen. Eighty nine eighty then. Was that when it was? And that is a really interesting movie. It's very interesting. Take on Batman that I I L- and the joker in particular, because Alan I went on a Christopher Nolan kick. The end of the month where we watch all of last month, watch all three. Of the Christopher Nolan Batman movies which I adore those movies. Particularly deduct that rises. Of course, things are relative. and. They're all. They're all very enjoyable, but. Man is just such an interesting movie because it's not. Like a lot of it's like this weird, limited space between modern Batman stories both in. All sorts of different mediums and older Batman. Stories and and you know Jack Nicholson's joker is so radically different than modern takes on the character that it's really weird to be honest with you but it's still very enjoyable. Still Very enjoyable to watch, so I'd definitely take definitely. Watch it if you have HBO Max. I Will Saas for that movie and of course for Batman returns thank billy. Bam returns actually said I really enjoyed returns I've never lived bet. I bet. That is not a joke. Richardson saying or is sleep. I mean to be fair to be honest with you like I'm not interested in basically any take on the job at this point. I'm like. rewatching watching like. I've complicated feelings about. The dark nights joker. been relatively negative. Impact on pop culture and mean have spilled a lot of. Literal Inc. I've done I've written pieces in all kinds of.

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"jim berry" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"jim berry" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"They're splitting into two companies now. So one that's going to have gap banana, Republican intermix and athletic and hill city and another company. That's just old navy which means old navy is doing just fine. People are still buying those genes, it is gap and the other brands that aren't doing well Victoria's Secret shutting down fifty three stores this year. If you want to map bear was over the weekend. He was making pilgrimage. He was saying goodbye to each store one by one he was he was leaving a rose and an Email address saying, I'll miss you staying tax who's actually rather. Beautiful those rather beautiful Abercrombie and Fitch gonna close up to forty stores this year, they closed twenty nine last year. I assume this is because they just confined anymore shirtless models. And then there's tesla. Now, tesla said they were going to close all of their stores that doesn't seem to be the case you on musk putting out a memo. Saying that that's not what's going to happen. They're not going to close all their retail spaces for the most part. He wrote the roughly ten percent of tesla sales. Okay, Asians, we closed recently don't pass the Sherlock Holmes test. Meaning most of these stores are in such difficult or obscure locations only Sherlock Holmes could find them even selling through stores were only means of sales. We would've still closed them down abuse stores in high visibility locations that were closed due to low demand generation will be reopened. But with a smaller. Tesla crew now, of course, we have one here in in the Annapolis. They're in Casselton right there. You can see it from four sixty five. So I assume or I would hope that that stays stays open. I would only assume I I think it's good for us. You know, I'm always a more the merrier. Guy. Always happen. Tony cats, by the way, speaking of who I am. How you doing? Good to be with you here. Ninety three WIBC Charlotte russe, which is oddly enough Nigel's favorite store. That's where he buys all his clothes. They were only gonna close ninety four stores. They're now closing every store. They are going to drop every Charlotte. Restore that there is PayLess. They're shutting down all twenty five hundred of its retail locations Gymboree sold. The Jim berry crazy, eight brands children's place gap acquired the Jamie Jack brands, and so they're going to close all of the Gymboree and crazy eight stores and Family Dollar..

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"jim berry" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"jim berry" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Square feet and had over forty thousand people working on site during World War Two Packard shifted to wartime production. But after that the company couldn't get its footing back in the mid nineteen fifties. The last Packard rolled off the line in Detroit. But the nineteen seventies the plant sat rotting and abandoned too expensive to tear down. And there was always a hope that it would someday find new life. I want you to imagine looking in this place. You see these sort of gut it out areas, you see cinderblock all over the place. Imagine windows anywhere. You see cinderblock? You would have had massive windows. That would have let natural light porter through a natural air poor through the developer for Nando Palo's Waylon apparently saw that. Here's a track record renovating historical buildings in Peru. Spain Nepal pella's, willow has said he'll turn the Packard plant into residential units commercial spaces restaurants and an art gallery reached out to palace willows company for this story, but they declined an interview with him but five years ago, he told us that he fell in love with the city of Detroit, and it's real estate prices when I began to buy in Lima being handed on this squid when in Spain. Wash then thousand dollars twelve dollars in Detroit and paying one point three dollar squid. Already constructed that's nine thousand times cheaper than in Spain. But there's a reason for the deep discount in Detroit. Do we need more office space, not unless we get more tenants? Jim berry runs a real estate firm in downtown Detroit. He's rooting for Palo's way. But says they've seen outside developers. Come by pieces of Detroit before a lot of times, you see people come in. And it's years before anything happens. It took four years just to start cleaning up the Packer plant last year. During that time Detroit's downtown core has made a steady comeback walk just outside berries downtown office, and you see an area buzzing with restaurants food carts and a new streetcar, but the Packard plant is more than four miles from here. The Packard plan is surrounded by neighborhoods in which probably forty to fifty percent of the homes have disappeared. Reynolds. Farley teaches about the history of Detroit at the university of Michigan. He says restoring the Packer plant would be a long shot the developer Fernando Valenzuela has said it could be a five hundred million dollar project fairly doesn't see the business case. But he's glad somebody does in Detroit. The Packard plant isn't just any old place. Symbolically it would be tremendous for Detroit. If some parts of that plant were restored, it is such an iconic plant because of the history of the Packard automobile because of the war efforts there in World War Two it would be amazingly satisfying to see some positive developments there, and while Packard still looks like a ruin local say, it's already come a long way is a complete difference. Christopher burns lives down. On the street and works here. Supervising the cleanup removing debris a lot of stone and brick laying around bin Laden remove burns says before Fernando Valenzuela stepped in things were bad here. Real bad demoralizing so to speak because before he came there. They used to fine people in there. They used to find dogs roaming around fires being set every week. Yeah. So when you said people you alive and dead. Oh, no. Burns seems optimist though about the future and his new boss in Peru. Real very nice guy. Very personable. Memorable addresses. Very well. He's very into was going on the pulse of on the city. He's the only one of the only ones that I know maybe some others. But he's the only one that's taking a very great risks in coming into the inner city and revitalizing and plans to bring jobs to this area. And while many have doubts about his vision. Fellas willow has urged patience that the project could take up to fifteen years if he pulls it off urban experts say it could be among the world's most ambitious difficult and improbable redevelopment projects in decades for the world Jason Margolis, Detroit..

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"jim berry" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"jim berry" Discussed on Security Now

"I o by default and can handle scatter gather. I o to eliminate the. Need for extra copies of data. And then they say Facebook has already replaced its older custom protocol, zero with Fiz, which is now responsible get this for securing trillions of connections every day at Facebook. In other words, I can't think of a stronger endorsement for something than it's what Facebook is already using and. And it works. The social media giant Facebook says it has deployed fizz and t. l. s. one point three globally in their mobile apps proxy Jen, their load balancers, their internal services, and even there quick that's q. u. I see that the DNS base library which is m. v. f. s. t. more than fifty percent of their internet traffic is now secured with t. l. s. version one point three and it's on. Get hub, get have dot com slash Facebook incubator, slash phys FICA z. so big props to Facebook for putting that out there. I, it's just very, very cool to have a robust and proven t. LS version. One point three library now freely available for the internet. Unity to us. And lastly, let's encrypt. I said that they had another milestone to report. They just reported that they are now officially trusted by all major route programs. Remember that when they started out, they had their own root certificate, but nobody else knew about them. I mean, it's only by having the root is store or or the root certificate in everybody's route store that we are then able to verify the signature of any succee- certificates that the let's encrypt system signs. So to solve that problem, all of the signatures of sorry to solve the problem. The though the route was cross signed by interest interest. I think it was interest. Yeah, I den trust. So. So an identity has as all already had established a long standing trust relationship with, you know, across all platforms. So as a consequence of the cross signing, let's encrypt was trusted, not because they had signed it, but because identity I had signed it. Now they report last week that they are in all the major route stores. So they will continue to be crossed signed for those devices which are not being kept current for whatever reason. But for all current devices and future devices, let's in crypts route is in the store everywhere. And I imagine it's went away downstream at some point when they when their when their metrics demonstrate that nobody is any longer. Needing ident- trusts cross signature. They'll remove it, but another nice milestone for, let's encrypt. And speaking of nice milestones. I this morning I I guess it was yesterday morning Monday. I found a nice tweet from Jim berry that started off testimonial colon. So we know what that's going to be about. He says, I have an HP z..

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"jim berry" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"jim berry" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Well the preseason started last. Night and a lot of. NFL players took. The knee now people are starting to question do they hate the president more than they love the NFL Ladies and gentlemen children To kind of, survey I'm telling you trying to get excited for, the new NFL season but we suspected things were not, going to go well once the mandate to to either stand for the national anthem or stay in the locker room was rejected by. The very powerful NFL I don't get that because the NFL is not supposed, to be very powerful but they're just having the hardest. Time stopping the players I should say stopping the employees from, ruining the, product in of course not only were Americans, beginning to once again? Turn? Away from what what what. Was once, America's, pastime I'm saying yeah even more than than baseball about the president has weighed in a once again via the Twitter machine After the president saw the. Kneeling going on I think at first I know the players for, for the Miami Dolphins were were were highlighted President Trump, tweeted the following the NFL players are added again taking a knee would they should be standing proudly for the national anthem numerous players. From different teams wanted to show their outrage at something that most of them, are unable to define they make a, fortune doing what. They love second tweet be happy be cool a football game, that fans, are paying so much money to watch an, enjoy is no place? To? Protest most of that money. Goes to, the, players anyway find another way to protest stand proudly for your national anthem or be suspended without pay This, is what this is what the president wrote now of course he doesn't have that authority But you know again if this were you. This were reme- in the, workplace and we were violating or the policies we would be held we would? Be in trouble but that is that's really what? It comes down to isn't it the NFL is. That, willing to, set that as a policy Why is that because right now the NFL their? Roster the players on the field are seventy percent Better seventy percent Americans, of African descent That's why we see so much white guilt being played out as well from the quarterbacks around, the league or, say I believe the, I support my my my brothers in their protests old Okay and the few people remember. Last, year who actually did have a problem with. Kneeling and wanted. To stand for the flag especially a win the teams or the organizations you're trying to keep them in the locker, room well they, ended up getting hounded, out as well this is ugly This is ugly Now the president today he his tweets. Caused. A firestorm yes and there was a firestorm reaction and the fact that, the president said you know what they're kneeling and they don't even know what. They're kneeling about I think. Is somewhat valid But before I get into explaining that to you I want, you to hear from some of the people. Who were kneeling out of Miami you. At CBS Miami Jim berry actually covered the story of. Some of the Miami Dolphins who knelt and the reason why I'm I don't know where. My friends I'm not going to. Lament all NFL season I'm not going to lament. Over this I like, you've had absolutely pretty much enough of this how Egbert there is, something cultural going, on here, that, you need to be aware of Jim, berry CBS Miami entering herb introducing the kneeling controversy for twenty seventeen eighteen season now. Before. The game.

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"jim berry" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"jim berry" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Broken hand after getting hit in the hand with one hundred mile an hour fastball just shocking to me that wasn't broken the first time around and who knew what the hell was going on with x rays negative i'll see you got jose logo tone you got tomas nido and i know that they've made some calls and talked to some people are trying to figure this out but this actually this could lead them because they're now forced into doing something they really are less lobito neto end up being some sort of unbelievable revelation employees he comes back the revelation is brennan nemo that's who the but but back to the catches for a second nimmo was great unbelievable yesterday in that home run in that wind just a power that he had awesome but they're forced into doing something sure we wanted them to address the catchers desperately in the off season you got upgrade here and they wouldn't do it for whatever reason trusting those guys now they're forced into doing something so this might actually be a blessing in disguise for the mets where they are forced into upgrading the catching position that we so desperately wanted them to do in the off season so we'll see how they handle it but they're definitely going to they're definitely going to have to address it you can continue with logo tone and nido in there it was bad enough with dr no and plo wacky scenario got those two guys we have brandon nemo man just awesome he'd just there's just you know he's smiling all the time and i got on him for pointing to the sky after you got hit by a page but whatever mean the guys just like he's energy fancy just adds to this environment that noah syndergaard was talking about after the game about how specialties in that clubhouse right now i really want to believe it i do i really want to believe that this is going to be a great season that this is going to be something special that this team is different i really want to believe in so far they give me no reason to think otherwise and twelve and two and jim berry the nationals now why not got an opportunity now you got an opportunity let's see what.

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"jim berry" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"jim berry" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In addition to making a vet feel better physically the va also wants those alternative therapies to help with conditions like post traumatic stress disorder thomas sales says his latest panic attack caught him by surprise before last one we had the thunder storm and thunder thunder is a big trigger for some people he has panic attacks regularly even though it's been twenty five years since he fought in the first gulf war with the navy special warfare command you'll find yourself flashing back to the times when you were you out there with the fellas and you're just kind of snap are found myself for some reason just thinking about the breathing techniques and they're doing the heaven and earth and breathing deep and slow sales says he knows it must be crazy when he reaches to the sky and sweeps his arms to the ground and there was a time he would have agreed most of these patients had some skepticism going in but vietnam veteran jim berry says he's convinced my daughter sent me a t shirt that sums it up touching is more than oh folks chasing trees the former marine admits that he used to watch groups in the park moving in unison he failed to see the point but then we credits the practice with helping him quit smoking cigarettes for three months now for the rita crony a veteran with the national guard tai chi has also helped with chemical dependence she's cut down on her use of opioids for pain my whole life was revolved around osha twin can i take my next pill lincoln i take my next pill i've gone from about ninety percent of my day being on my bed to being able to come out and be social in and you know the va has been aggressively trying to wean vets off high powered narcotics using prescription data as a key measurement to judge hospitals across the country the va acknowledges that alternative treatments don't fare better than placebos in most studies but physician suspect many of the highpowered pills aren't always helping veterans either and the drugs carry more risks aaron grove and guys who oversees alternative medicine in this va hospital says the va will start to measure whether alternative therapies help reduce prescriptions this is going to be an avenue to really help address that group of folks that are really looking for ways to.

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"jim berry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"jim berry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And art therapy in addition to making a vet feel better physically the va also wants those alternative therapies to help with conditions like post traumatic stress disorder thomas sales says his latest panic attack caught him by surprise before last when we had the the thunder storm and the thunder thunder is a big trigger for some people he has panic attacks regularly even though it's been twenty five years since he fought in the first gulf war with the navy special warfare command you'll find yourself flashing back to the times when you were you are still with the fellas and just kind of snap are found myself for some reason just thinking about the breathing techniques and they're doing the heaven and earth and breathing deep and slow sales says he knows it must be crazy when he reaches to the sky and then sweeps his arms to the ground and there was a time he would have agreed most of these patients had some skepticism going in but vietnam veteran jim berry says he's convinced my daughter sent me a t shirt that sums it up touching is more than oh folks chasing trees the former marine admits that he used to watch groups in the park moving in unison he failed to see the point but then we credits the practice with helping him quit smoking cigarettes for three months now for zurita crony a veteran with the national guard tai chi has also helped with chemical dependence she's cut down on her use of opioids for pain my whole life was revolved around oh shoot when can i take my next pill lincoln i take my next hill i've gone from about ninety percent of my day being on my bed to being able to come out and be social in and you know the va has been aggressively trying to wean vets off high powered narcotics using prescription data as a key measurement to judge hospitals across the country the va acknowledges that alternative treatments don't fare better than placebos in most studies but physician suspect many of the highpowered pills aren't always helping veterans.

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"jim berry" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"jim berry" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"And i'll tell you what you know what our chests groups jim berry ii guarded cotinued seventy shift a senior a college i was getting the hidden headway with the peaceful be sitting here what in two thousand eighteen gibb 100 still going strong and is he going to be coaching this year he i kate is going to syracuse he's a sharp shooter he's a point shooter and i bet you pay heim coaches him throughout his tenure citing japan coaches at least another four more years our own whoever we go away coaching rental coach and i'm happy joe you she was just glad j j uh no i i was gonna say something i know you're the guy uh uh uh i took a win that if i show logitech clements should never get in okay barry bonds should never get in alkhaimah growing anyway but roger clemens there was nothing more and more obvious than wait wage what i witnessed as a more dynamic that what are you flip of that was a mike piazza argued that that was reuter age i don't disagree blood where we beg to differ is whether or not raj economy should be a hall of famer in game point you don't want stoa cheats in a hall of fame you're entitled to that a thing to me feel great play of before using this stuff i'm putting it because i can't tell the story of baseball from blight 1990 1980 six though by two thousand ten two thousand nine without mentioning the names bonds and comments and how great they were and when you've got to let the same commission into the hall of fame who presided over the air who did nothing about it for years and you're going to leading a guy like pudgy rodriguez who was mentioned and could seko's book as far as being a steroid cheat and you're not going to let the most dominant hater and picture of the generation debatable arguably not get in i don't get that but that's me and that's what makes this whole affair stuff so fascinating that we can go back and forth in so many people had so many different emotions in out and usually it's olga fought and komotini as mike messina fred mcgriff of fortunately with two guys who should be first ballot storm call locks then on him because the steroids and a 55 percent you.

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"jim berry" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"jim berry" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"Sleep while the truck district which oakland live if she is twenty eighteen so happy to have stayed with like our first guest is amazing hours from france french technology that's one thing i love about ces it's like an international melting pot of all this innovation and we're so glad for our friends over it cta to to share some of this great innovation lesson have us come as the media and talk some of these great companies here joining us and again uh one of my favorite events again as he so yes is unveiled and here's some more images from unveiled if you're watching right now are on our our our lives drink officer division who truly amazing it was like square footage of all these different companies you can play with your innovation have a lot of fun and i'm so happy to have what me right now from ct a themselves we have bernice more care she is the senior coordinator of international communications so that means she can understand what i say in talk to me how are you doing during wow hire you great to have you with us thank you for having us how you see a going house he has gore as crazy as his going great it's my third year here and i'm never am i never get over 80 amazing technology that i see here every year that is so true and you know i echo the same sentiment when it comes to all the signals we talked about it in the beginning of the show dr out how the square footage like bigger the vatican city you know i i remember when i was covering a cis smile seventy year i remember when we first started off by to have chats from our great friends along with us no more jim berry and jim would always talk about football field you know like three football shows four football field now beginning vatican trade factually am had more than half a vatican city not bigger well we'll get there in a few years back wiroughly not more than half more than half of vatican city yes while social talk about we are indeed three of two years would have been some highlights going on here oh my gosh there's everywhere you go here is you.

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"jim berry" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"jim berry" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Another seventy the answer topseed on that's always a lastminute joined by my good friend and co host of san antonio texas and pastor jim berry will gm does the fun part about having you is that it's just fun i remember what time early coughing and she says you can she sounds like you're having fun but they would probably be fun for the audience as well if we sooner or later got to the topic at hand okay and as the one who was probably the most guilty intention to wall let me repair it by turning it over to you steer us in the right direction okay well i wanna think warmer than it autocracies our snow in kidding go ahead go ahead i grew up on dr sue so am mad make i love i love nab magazine and we're doing it again i'm going to resist the nicest seriously threatened jim all right what will it be you well you told me about the dinosaurs derailing c i'll take aliens for twelve johnny i end up alec alex all those getting inches all see that's a racist comments us at all those game shows over the sale yeah yeah i wasn't acknowledging the rainbow and plethora of games uh let's all right 18 phone home we'll do you know what i i am i i thought that was an okay movie but when him but he tells you it's the best movie that's ever been made you hear that before you see it in it doesn't live nobody had said anything and i just saw it i disagree that was good but it was it was way too built up in my mind and so i saw it and i thought i'll say this at least you did make a sequel to it which i banker i appreciate what they don't make a sequel do everything yeah they did it though rewrite it and do the new version which i hate it but uh what so uh we're gonna hold on here folks we're not september he trying to say that because of eta and tv shows in the '60s like my favorite merson that that's our evidence that aliens exist oh no no i've come much closer to on them.

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"jim berry" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"jim berry" Discussed on WJR 760

"And pick up all sorts of things that go back to school with the digital answer man from the consumer technology association on our direct phone line this morning at jim berry good morning to you and were talking about the last time i checked sixty three percent of americans who have done or planned to go back to school shopping and expect the by tech or tech accessories it's i got to be growing every year doesn't it you're absolutely right good morning warren more than ever before it's going to approach 20 billion dollars this year so a big chunk of what we've been to go back to school you know of course who clothing and unfiltered open penalties all the rest of output peck has become a real big part of it that way up about eight percent from last year as well so a lot of folks who are going out if you think about it it it makes sense um and a couple of very interesting things in this survey that big consumertechnology association did this year you would think going back to school especially high school and college you'd think laptops tablets smartphone yes so czar in the top ten list of what people are buying but laptops or number four and cartilage who smartphones the number nine and ten early that would could yet i would suggest to me that a lot of young folks students already have those devices maybe they got them as very graduation and what they're getting now would coke for buying or accessories as you pointed out uh portable memory uh adding to the memory of your device is number one on the list and portable power also you don't want to run out of juice on any of these so those that's number seven on the what about the portable speaker and i poses the pictures and our warren pierce show facebook back a evening go get a both speakers be you can get speakers as tiny as maybe the palm of your hand as well how popular are those those a new wave popular they don't show up on this for headphones good winter he actually enough since again a smartphone tablets.

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"jim berry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"jim berry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Day powered by more than twenty seven was in one hundred twenty countries this is bloomberg this is bloomberg bloomberg best is about the insight in the context get from our guest with a great way to catch up on some of the stories you might have missed an a bloomberg stories you're not going to find in any other news organizations bloomberg best bloomberg best stories of the day powered by twenty dillon hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries around the world i'm also and i'm ed baxter on this addition of bloomberg routes for monday july ten kimko global advisor jaochim fails off his predictions for the fed this year as we see inflation below target as we get closer to your end we actually think that the fed will eventually hike rates while more time this year and jim berry explains why there's so much global interest in infrastructure spending what the the market is open and ready if there is in the vessel that without resorting more generally the subject visit more coming up in the next hour bloomberg best first let's check the markets and some of today's top stories i'm charlie pellett it was a mixed picture on wall street but we did see a rebound the dow and nasdaq both climbed higher the sp five hundred index was lower and little changed investors are looking ahead to tomorrow's twoday testimony from fed chair janet yellen will be up on capitol hill as for the overall interest rate environment steve goulart is chief investment officer at metlife our view as speaking from an insurance company investing perspective is we want to see interest rates continued to rise fact our our our inhouse forecast has been for a 275 10year by the end of the year and now all admit until a few weeks ago starting to doubt will can we really got there but but are you look at what's happened last few weeks nasa maybe you can get there and wall street's getting ready for a number of bank earnings reports out on friday including a wells fargo jp morgan chase and citigroup julian amanullah's executive director for you us equity and derivative strategy at ubs the actual numbers themselves are going to be better significantly better than a year ago but we question whether this stocks have already discounted in the near term any any positive that that could come out a key management addition.

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"jim berry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"jim berry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Place to work right now where i can make a good riskadjusted return well typically emphasised instutional investors like i represent tend to not want risk and so they're looking for very stable regulatory policy environments ellen said so that means really the higher quality end of oecd is where most of the capital is going and it's not us that as more risk gets added the cost of capital goes up is the quantity capital available drops off and so emerging markets is now where the capital is going because there's less confidence about your bility to make return over ten twenty or thirty years so so our capital is going to energy empowered going to general infrastructure transport and social infrastructure but we take a country by country rodnina general way typically folks and low risk environment start them you say energy in this country so it all and gas and power generation nobles what about renewables is that stable enough right now to make that sort of absolutely so last year over sixty percent of new spending generation in the united states was renewables renewables are almost like a bond kostic onomic soviet thirty years about seventy and eighty percent of any wind or solar is in the capital cost the fact that when you visited by it the operating costs isn't a driver so it's all about the revenue and so you forecast a window the solar which you can and it's very predictable and then it's about your contract from the early for fifteen twenty or twentyfive years so this is a classic infrastructure acid we've over four billion dollars and renewable power over the next five years globalists' i says these leonard jesus as sixty percent of new spending generations renewables and this is not about climate is there is a fact that this is now about economics the scale the blunted the renewables which has gone from twenty billion dollars a year twelve thirteen years ago to over three hundred billion dollars a year have rock hostile new way mix this the most costefficient and a lot of places that was black rock head of infrastructure jim berry speaking the bloomberg's david west in alec steele coming up we'll have annexed lucid interview with a ceo air france kale allow you can deliver stories fast is doing this is a bloomberg cryptic context in background an issues of interest are focuses on the.

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"jim berry" Discussed on Techstination

Techstination

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"jim berry" Discussed on Techstination

"Dick's dini should you're destination for get you ten year free tuition still looking for that perfect tech he type father's day gift consumertechnology associations jim berry says among the hut categories are digital assistance for the home amazon's alexa and google home apple's entry into the category does not arrive until the end of the year the nintendo's which switches the hut new videogame console but both sony and microsoft have updated their machines to virtual reality is another hawk fairly new category as our drones we noted thing that really spurred growth in the last two years of drones is the marriage of the action camcorder quarter to go pros with beefs flying drone so i think we're gonna see a lot more of that in fact go pros comroad with the hero five camera is one of the great choices out there with the camera being usable on or off the drome you can find us at text and nation dot com i'm franciscan now this we've been telling you about the great products and great people led seek rain for years and the lineup just keeps getting better the c c wifi radio was a personal favorite that let you tune in to radio stations from all around the world via the internet more than sixteen thousand at all when the weather turns nasty the c c lantern will light the way with led bulbs and never run out of power you can charge it up for many usb source or the twelve old suckered your car or you can simply grabbed the hand crank on top and wind need an even more powerful solution the c c led spot x be runs on standard batteries and puts out nearly the equivalent of a one hundred what lightbulb you'll find those bright ideas and a lot more to like by clicking on the linked to seek rain at text the nation dot com put in the code text a nation for free flashlight with your order.

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"jim berry" Discussed on Connect FM

Connect FM

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"jim berry" Discussed on Connect FM

"Keeping the gadget and more confusion to a minimum you're tuned in to tomorrow i'm dave grave line we've got the cd a digital answer man jim berry with us ct a dot tech for more information their site for the consumer technology association before the break we were talking about some really cool things reminding folks she come see the video at into tomorrow dot com of the product we're talking about of of very popular these days do as personal assistant who more and more people getting they're getting their alexa they're getting their google home they're getting more you set of syria your okay google owner when it not just woke up everybody's device have exerted beasley careful the idaho where we can rigs of havoc add careful you have a google home in front of us as well i do and this is really interesting i think at cvs um you know there were so many of the smart home companies device companies who say oh and now we're going to be connected through the amazon echo alexa or through google home because this is the alexa idea echoes been out for about two years and yet kind of a soft introduction by amazon everybody i know that has one thinks it's terrific they've sold a couple of million of them it is both bluetooth speaker the bigger one also a small when the the the dot that also can connect to your other musicals your speakers and so forth in the house but the neat thing about this now beginning in november you have hey gugel which is their google home they're smart speaker but also this does a personal assistance with voice recognition these.

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