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"jim  sam" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

01:30 min | 2 months ago

"jim sam" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Subtracting the viramune down. They say used to do this by hand by hedge fund to give you a sense of whether be institutional money managers are buying or selling we care about this because like a detector for technicians. Right now it's telling williams. Ibm's recent decline might be deceiving. You while the stock is working way. Laura right the on bounds volume is held up remark louisville doing much better than the stock price. There you go. This is what's known as polish divergence and it tells us that. Ibm is much stronger. Hands than you may realize and others your fellow shareholders. Happy to buy this the weakest which means they probably won't stab you in the back there in. Ibm for the long haul. I like and by the way you would too if you watch. Co arvind. krishna speak at dream force today. It's a new. Were customer focused. Ibm integrating with slack. By the way. And i think it's stripped vessel. Here's the bottom on the charges in jeopardy by the legendary. She's got the hottest hand right now in the business suggests that ibm could keep shifting lower for the next few weeks but he expects the bottom in late october. And then this is one of larry's favorites trades and as we saw yesterday. You bet against him at your own peril. Nowy doesn't say by tomorrow so when someone says kramer by ibm. I'm going to do the opposite. All i'm gonna say. You are a moron sam in colorado sound. Jim sam. How are you good. I called earlier in the summer to discuss a firm And on your recommendation able to buy fifty six mu bats.

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"jim  sam" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

05:11 min | 2 months ago

"jim sam" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Our moves. Well no one told me how about that. He's under the weather. What do you mean under the weather. I wanted to all my god. He's i don't always duck call in sick by pass eight. You know if you guys are trying to yank it crank it okay. Someone's going to die and they'll die slow. They'll die here. It'll be tonight. Are you applauding. you'll be the first one. All i know is that he's under the weather. He has to show so here. I am general. Jalen shah at your service. I tried to get into the program. The best way of knew how. I tried to get into the program a professional broadcaster. But i got what you got. You got the the big bet on the go to say that he's saying i've got the big zoo over here on the old bag. Well no one's saying that needed you know something all you guys together. All three of you something margaret. There's nothing going on fills under the weather. Kim something if i find out. It's something that you did to him. I didn't do a damn thing. You want to call them up right now. Anyway miseries the weather and look into the program foot doing a show. Oh sorry. Welcome to the program folks. this is general. Gaylon shot tonight. We're going to be talking with stephen bozell and you know. Steve is a construction contractor from corona california. He's having a marital situation that he feels may eventuate some legal action. This oughta be good. Now what is he talking about. He's talking about well. He's going to talk about it with dr jim center. I don't feel comfortable kind of frightening. Do you want to get on mic drop dropped pan. Don't worry i'll tell them so. Anyway it's kind of private and about it's about what you might as well tell her about is what busted on some of the other effect god's sake and also will have on bobby dooley who has designed her own mask. A corona virus. Covert mask which me we have those in the filling ratio shuffler. And i want people to know. And i'm sure field would want people to know that the covert masks that you can buy they are covert style masks that you can buy with feeling be logo in the store at feeling be show dot com. Who got him he wants to monitor. What are you gonna to get oxygen. Although it up pick up the rim astore tight. I'm better now. They're in the store. The merck store these feeling reshow covert masks but and this is very important. They will not. We can't guarantee we can't guarantee they actually protect you from the crow virus although they do say masks this and now this is the thing masks. Help protect you from the corona virus. Ks is one hundred percent. I don't know they always say is is better than nothing. Yeah it's better than nothing. That's great better than nothing. So i just telling people there is no. These are not end ninety five. They are filling ratio covert. Basques their decorative their masks. There's good as i don't know they're probably gonna so surgical masks but never mind just by one and pretend like it works yet. It's all this fantastic. What kind of advice is that. I'm just telling you buy one and pretended works. And maybe who knows the whole head thing you know your mind may anyway. We got steeples on a full now. I'm going to do it. I got him on the line. Man staples okay. Which one are you knuckleheads. I got steven zelin. Elaine and dr. I got dr. Jim settled onto i. So let's talk about this. Steve does l. is on the line with us. And dr. jim sam's gonna be joining us along and we another passed up here until i was going be alright stevia. So why are you in the bathtub. I spent a lot of people in a bathtub that we've got a lot of people. These days in a bathtub probably has to do with the very stressful nature of life these days. Would you say steve why anybody else. I had a very difficult day which culminating to meet coming on the program tonight. Kinda put forth my case that goodness it some legal action. Yeah against fairly big company. But i've i'm just feeling i don't know about anybody else never mind. Forget that i brought it up. We interview people who sit in the bathtub a lot tonight. Because i'm feeling a lot of. Oh god feel good you understand. I'm sorry. point was in april there. April wanna go onto here. I don't wanna go near. What are these days. I'd love to hear from her. She's got a very never mind. My wife's down masculine masculine filthy mouth. So i don't even think. I wanna talk to talk to you. Don't forget about your wife steve. We're here to talk to you. Okay yes sir. And but it doesn't view april. Sure you wanna talk about it. No okay boy this is. This is a tough one for you. It's very emotional for me kim. Sander also what we're gonna have dr. Jim sadler joining us here. He's on the line from san diego california. And.

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"jim  sam" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:14 min | 5 months ago

"jim sam" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Rocket mortgage studios when you need certainly the home buying process with a loan that fits your life Rocket can Jim off this week? I'll be in today. Tomorrow before I fly to beautiful Phoenix just after the show. For the NBA Finals where I'm excited about many things, including seeing my buddy Sam Amick, one of the absolute best NBA reporters and writers in the country on Twitter. Sam underscore a MC read him at the athletic like I do, and you can listen to him right now, because even though he's probably traveling and busy, he has graciously making some time. Mr Emmett What's up, Polly? Mr Writer. Good to hear from you, my friend. Pardon a little bit of airports, background noise and, uh I'm hanging in, brother. You can relate. I got £6 to somehow relocated from my luggage in the next few minutes, So that's what I'm dealing with. Oh, my God, are you? Are you excited about the weather in Phoenix? Are you Are you? Uh, What's the plan? Do you do you? Do you wear the full suit to the game, or do you do you change at the arena? No, I mean, it's a little weird. I think the change at the arena, um That being said, as you know, because we texted about it like my hotel is not by the arena. So Hopefully, the friendly uber left driver that I have is got a blaring at that works pretty well. But yeah, it's hot. It's I think it's about one or two today. But I can't complain too much. You know where I live? It's going to be one of five here pretty soon in the Sacramento area, So it is what it is. Say. I'm so spoiled from l A C. I mean, make here on the show, Sam. I was thinking about the story you did, and it all bleeds together. Forgive me if I get the date wrong, but it feels like 3 to 5 weeks ago. When you got Chris Paul on the phone, and you had a pretty insightful and interesting conversation, um, based on either that conversation or just sort of your best guess work. What do you think specifically an NBA championship. What would mean to that player Given his storied career and the fact he's never even been to the finals? I mean, it would mean a great deal. What I think is cool, though, about their story and the way that his story has changed. Is the Monty Williams factor it I think you'll understand what I'm saying here is like it's added Maturity to their groups. That has, I think, actually taking some pressure off of Chris because Whether it was the Clippers or the Rockets. You know, you know as well as I do. The narrative at this time of year would become very Chris Paul centric. And with good reason. You know, I get it. You got a future Hall of Famer who hadn't even been to the conference finals for a long time. But It's ironic and weirdly fitting to me that like right about the time the Monty Williams comes in. This is a guy who, you know, tragically lost his wife years ago in a car accident has been through a lot, and it's always real quick to tell everybody This is just basketball. You know what I mean? Um, right about the time you have that kind of you know that kind of a grounded perspective. Chris is to actually finding his way and enjoying the basketball sort of experience that is so long eluded him. So that's a long way of saying it would be meaningful, but I almost feel like It's been easier for him to move through this time and to be at his best when it mattered most, you know, perhaps because you know it's it's a little bit of a different outlook than it was before. Yes, I mean perspective. Perspective is hard to come by, and and powerful when, um, when it comes in the form of the sort of things that Monty Williams has dealt with. We're talking to say, I mean, back here on the Jim Roam show Bill Ryder filling in for for Jim. Sam. I know we don't know for sure. But just your best educated guess. Whatever degree you're comfortable that you think you're honest will or won't appear and in games 123 of the series. So I'm going to lean, You know you don't be well enough. I don't never Shot and lean on fellow colleagues reporting ahead of my own and so admittedly I haven't been around the box and I hadn't dug too hard but crusades. Yahoo's boards had put it out there two days ago. I think then It had the Bucks talk series going to seven games. Yanis would have been cleared to play. And so you know that logic certainly would would make you feel pretty good about games one and two in the finals, but I'm curious to hear From Yannis. Today. There's a media day in Phoenix that he'll speak at and, you know, find out how he's feeling what the latest is and and hopefully, from the honest I mean, on the other side. You had Devin Booker with this Broken nose and Chris with the shoulder and Kim Johnson got sick and All these different things I feel like after this. Post season that has been so ravaged by injuries. You know, I'm crossing my fingers that you know if if both sides are healthy, this could be a fun series and a good series. Yes, and let's let's lean into the optimism. Let's just say for the sake of argument that everybody is healthy in this series, which I think Would probably be the first series in the playoffs where that's been the case. Every Johnson just talk to us and said he thinks the sons are head and shoulders. The better team. Do you come down in the same place? Do you like Milwaukee? How would you size this thing up if Everybody is as healthy as you are expected to be at the end of a long season. I don't think I I mean, if I had to pick a team, I don't know. Honestly, I mean, the boxer. Maybe my most frustrating team in the league. Just when it comes to What you think they could be, and should be versus You know the inconsistency that you see, That's the weird thing to say about a group that has played its way into the NBA Finals. You know they're obviously doing something right. But You know, the sons have at times been equally confounding for me. You know Chris Paul, listen, post coded post shoulder. He's Kind of struggled at times to find his way back. Devin Booker was a man on fire for a minute and then he cooled off. In that Clippers series. Um, you know, they have some of the same element. I think that the Bucks struggle with Just when it comes to their guys coming and going to big Chris Middleton is in that same category of guys that like man, he can be just an absolute He lead player one night and then you know, be three of 15 the next Through holidays, the same, you know, having Janette out. Recently at times has shown you reminded you Drew holiday can be..

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"jim  sam" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:14 min | 5 months ago

"jim sam" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Rocket mortgage studios when you need certainly the home buying process with a loan that fits your life Rocket can Jim Off this week. I'll be in today. Tomorrow before I fly to beautiful Phoenix just after the show for the NBA Finals, where I'm excited about many things, including seeing my buddy Sam Amick, one of the absolute best NBA reporters and writers in the country on Twitter, Sam underscore a Mac read him at the athletic like I do, and you can listen to him right now, because even though he's probably traveling and busy He is graciously making some time. Mr. Mm. What's up, buddy? Mr Writer. Good to hear from you, my friend. Pardon a little bit of airports, background noise and, uh I'm hanging in, brother. You can relate. I got £6 somehow relocated from my luggage in the next few minutes, So that's what I'm dealing with. Oh, my God, are you? Are you excited about the weather in Phoenix? Are you Are you? Uh, What's the plan? Do you do you? Do you wear the full suit to the game, or do you do you change at the arena? No, I mean, it's a little weird. I think the change of the arena um That being said, as you know, because we texted about it like my hotel is not by the arena. So Hopefully, the friendly uber left driver that I have is got a blaring at that works pretty well. But yeah, it's hot. I think it's about one or two today. But I can't complain too much. You know where I live? It's going to be one of five here pretty soon in the Sacramento area, so it is what it is. Say. I'm so spoiled from l A. So I mean, we got here on the show, Sam. I was thinking about the story you did, and it all bleeds together. Forgive me if I get the date wrong, but it feels like 3 to 5 weeks ago. When you got Chris Paul on the phone, and you had a pretty insightful and interesting conversation, um, based on either that conversation or just sort of your best guess work. What do you think specifically an NBA championship. What would mean to that player Given his storied career and the fact he's never even been to the finals? I mean, it would mean a great deal. What I think is cool, though, about their story and the way that his story has changed. Is the Monty Williams factor it I think you'll understand what I'm saying here is like it's added Maturity to their groups. That has, I think, actually taking some pressure off of Chris because Whether it was the Clippers or the Rockets. You know, you know as well as I do. The narrative at this time of year would become very Chris Paul centric and what good reason you know, get it. You've got a future Hall of Famer who hadn't even been to the conference finals for a long time. But It's ironic and weirdly fitting to me that like right about the time the Monty Williams comes in. This is a guy who, you know, tragically lost his wife years ago in a car accident has been through a lot, and it's always real quick to tell everybody This is just basketball. You know what I mean? Um, right about the time you have that kind of you know that kind of a grounded perspective. Chris is actually finding his way and enjoying the basketball sort of experience that has so long eluded him. So that's a long way of saying it would be meaningful, but I almost feel like It's been easier for him to move through this time and to be at his best when it mattered most, you know, perhaps because you know it's it's a little bit of a different outlook than it was before. Yeah, I mean perspective. Perspective is hard to come by and powerful when, when it comes in the form of the sort of things that Monty Williams has dealt with. We're talking to say I'm a make here on the Jim Roam show Bill Ryder filling in for for Jim. Sam. I know we don't know for sure. But just your best educated guess. To whatever degree you're comfortable that you think you're honest will or won't appear and in games 123 of the series. So I'm going to lean, you know, you know me well enough. I don't never And shot at lean on fellow colleagues reporting ahead of my own and so admittedly I haven't been around the box and I hadn't dug too hard but crusades. Yahoo Sports had put it out there two days ago. I think that It had the Bucks talk series going to seven games that Yanis would have been cleared to play. And so you know, that logic certainly would would make you feel pretty good about games one and two. In the finals, but I'm curious to hear From Yannis. Today. There's a media day in Phoenix that he'll speak at and, you know, find out how he's feeling what the latest is and and hopefully, from the honest I mean, on the other side. You had Devin Booker with this Broken nose and Chris with the shoulder and Kim Johnson got sick and All these different things I feel like after this. Post season that has been so ravaged by injuries. You know, I'm crossing my fingers that you know if if both sides are healthy, this could be a fun series in a good series. Yes, and let's let's lean into the optimism. Let's just say for the sake of argument that everybody is healthy in this series, which I think Would probably be the first series in the playoffs where that's been the case. Every Johnson just talk to us and said he thinks the songs are head and shoulders. The better team. Do you come down in the same place? Do you like Milwaukee? How would you size this thing up if Everybody is as healthy as you are expected to be at the end of a long season. I don't think I I mean, if I had to pick a team, I don't know. Honestly. I mean, the bucks are maybe my most frustrating team in the league. Just when it comes to What you think they could be, and should be versus You know the inconsistency that you see, That's the weird thing to say about a group that has played its way into the NBA Finals. You know they're obviously doing something right. But You know, the sons have at times been equally confounding for me. You know Chris Paul, listen, post coded post shoulder. He's Kind of struggled at times to find his way back. Devin Booker was a man on fire for a minute and then he cooled off. In that Clippers series. Um, you know, they have some of the same element. I think that the Bucks struggle with Just when it comes to their guys coming and going a big Chris Middleton is in that same category of guys that like man, he can be just an absolute He lead player one night and then you know, be three of 15 the next Through holidays, the same, you know, having Janet out. Recently at times has shown you can reminded you Drew holiday can be you know,.

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"jim  sam" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:07 min | 5 months ago

"jim sam" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I'll be in today. Tomorrow before I fly to beautiful Phoenix just after the show for the NBA Finals, where I'm excited about many things, including seeing my buddy Sam Amick, one of the absolute best NBA reporters and writers in the country on Twitter, Sam underscore a Mac read him at the athletic like I do, and you can listen to him right now, because even though he's probably traveling and busy He is graciously making some time. Mr Emmett, What's up, buddy? Mr Writer. Good to hear from you, my friend. Pardon a little bit of airports, background noise and, uh I'm hanging in, brother. You can relate. I got £6 to somehow relocated from my luggage in the next few minutes, So that's what I'm dealing with. Oh, my God, are you? Are you excited about the weather in Phoenix? Are you Are you? Uh, What's the plan? Do you do you? Do you wear the full suit to the game, or do you do you change at the arena? No, I mean, it's a little weird. I think the change of the arena um That being said, as you know, because we texted about it like my hotel is not by the arena. So Hopefully, the friendly uber left driver that I have is got a blaring at that works pretty well. So, Yeah, it's hard. I think it's about one or two today. But I can't complain too much. You know where I live? It's going to be one of five here pretty soon in the Sacramento area, So it is what it is. Say. I'm so spoiled from l A C. I mean, make here on the show, Sam. I was thinking about the story you did, and it all bleeds together. Forgive me if I get the date wrong, but it feels like 3 to 5 weeks ago. When you got Chris Paul on the phone, and you had a pretty insightful and interesting conversation, um, based on either that conversation or just sort of your best guess work. What do you think specifically an NBA championship. What would mean to that player Given his storied career and the fact he's never even been to the finals? I mean, it would mean a great deal. What I think is cool, though, about their story and the way that his story has changed. Is the Monty Williams factor it I think you'll understand what I'm saying here is like it's added Maturity to their groups. That has, I think, actually taking some pressure off of Chris because Whether it was the Clippers or the Rockets. You know, you know as well as I do. The narrative at this time of year would become very Chris Paul centric. And what good reason. You know, I get it. You got a future Hall of Famer who hadn't even been to the conference finals for a long time. But It's ironic and weirdly fitting to me that like right about the time the Monty Williams comes in. This is a guy who, you know, tragically lost his wife years ago in a car accident has been through a lot, and it's always real quick to tell everybody This is just basketball. You know what I mean? Um, right about the time you have that kind of you know that kind of a grounded perspective. Chris is actually finding his way and enjoying the basketball sort of experience that has so long eluded him. So that's a long way of stand. It would be meaningful, but I almost feel like It's been easier for him to move through this time and to be at his best when it mattered most, you know, perhaps because you know it's it's a little bit of a different outlook than it was before. Yeah, I mean perspective. Perspective is hard to come by, and and powerful when, when it comes in the form of the sort of things that Monty Williams has dealt with. We're talking to Sammy Mack. Here on the Jim Roam show Bill Ryder filling in for for Jim. Sam. I know we don't know for sure. But just your best educated guess. To whatever degree you're comfortable that you think you're honest will or won't appear and in games 123 of the series. So I'm going to lean, you know, you know me well enough. I don't never And shot and lean on fellow colleagues reporting at this ahead of my own, and so admittedly I haven't been around the box and I hadn't dug too hard but crusades. Yahoo Sports had put it out there two days ago. I think that It had the Bucks Hawk series going to seven games. Yanis would have been cleared to play. And so you know, that logic certainly would would make you feel pretty good about games one and two in the final, But I'm curious that here From Yannis. Today. There's a media day in Phoenix that he'll speak at and, you know, find out how he's feeling what the latest is and and hopefully, from the honest I mean, on the other side. You had Devin Booker with this Broken nose and Chris with the shoulder, and Kim Johnson got sick and all these different things I feel like after this. Post season that has been so ravaged by injuries. You know, I'm crossing my fingers that you know if if both sides are healthy, this could be a fun series in a good series. Yes, and let's let's lean into the optimism. Let's just say for the sake of argument that everybody is healthy in this series, which I think Would probably be the first series in the playoffs where that's been the case. Every Johnson just talk to us and said he thinks the songs are head and shoulders. The better team. Do you come down in the same place? Do you like Milwaukee? How would you size this thing up if Everybody is as healthy as you are expected to be at the end of a long season. Don't think I I mean, if I had to pick a team I don't know. Honestly, I mean, the bucks are maybe my most frustrating team in the league. Just when it comes to What you think they could be, and should be versus You know the inconsistency that you see, That's the weird thing to say about a group that has played its way into the NBA Finals. You know they're obviously doing something right. But You know, the sons have at times been equally confounding for me. You know Chris Paul, listen, post coded post shoulder. He's Kind of struggled at times to find his way back. Devin Booker was a man on fire for a minute and then he cooled off. In that Clippers series. Um, you know, they have some of the same element. I think that the Bucks struggle with Just when it comes to their guys coming and going a big Chris Middleton is in that same category of guys that like man, he can be just an absolute elite player one night and then you know, be three of 15 the next Through holidays, the same, you know, having Janette out. Recently at times has shown you reminded you Drew holiday can be you know, I don't know.

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Brexit talks continue

FT Politics

02:17 min | 1 year ago

Brexit talks continue

"Let's get started with. Brexit talks in brussels with jim sam. Jim was speaking on friday morning after a marathon summit session last night. I hope you've had a coffee. What if anything's happened so far on subjects of brexit summit and to be honest not a lot so the you leaders spent all night. He said up debating something quite different actually rather than discussing tariffs with the uk on fish. Quotas they were discussing coal mines and emission targets with poland's is wool sores objecting or has been objecting to some new environmental missions so dot swell emmanuel macron amoco and their colleagues spent all. Doing that was a very very brief point. On brexit's warning us live on july in the european commission. President debrief them on had dinner with boris. Johnson elliott is week. it was understandably very downbeat. She said she didn't want to put a percentage on it but at the moment it looks like there's a higher probability of a no deal outcome and the deal but the negotiations would continue to day in over the weekend and of you would be taken on sunday so that's where we are. No leaders intervened forty. 'cause it wasn't planned that they would but it was. Maybe they were to knock it to you to be on this by this point but it is telling actually how little brexit was summit nita. Angela merkel no emmanuel macron nor sponge prime minister pedro sanchez mentioned brexit. All when they arrived at summit yesterday when they listed all the topics that we're going to be discussed and sean michelle also made a point of saying that there will be no long discussion on brexit. And michelle is european council president. He's the one chairing the meeting. So brexit very deliberately pushed to the margins is not a good thing from boris. Johnson's puerto rico. The leaders didn't seem to discuss it much. I think it's a sign that at dinner. Didn't yield a breakthrough and it's a sign. The moment leaders all happening to continue living in the hands. The negotiators dating the eu is resigned to a no deal yet and i think the ease wed no deal would have serious consequences for both sides but also sense on the east side that the brits always obsessed with summits that was obsessed with getting beyond brussels in some way i think dream. Uk scenario is just hammering out directly with mr. macron. Mrs michael and i think the eu is basically denying the uk dots. The was saying we are not going to let this topic common and take over gender. We have other stuff to worry about

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"jim  sam" Discussed on Marketing Secrets

Marketing Secrets

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"jim sam" Discussed on Marketing Secrets

"All right so She has been talking about publishing. . For years. . About the power of why we should be publishing daily and I remember at one of our Club X. Events. . I made a statement I said. . Everyone the audience that if you will publish single day for a year by end of the year I'm convinced you have <hes> you'll be financially free. . And I think people looked at me and said, cool. , . Some people said, , there's no way and very few people actually did it. . They're having people have people sailing enough are having a lot of success right now. . So I still stand by that like you pick to wear you to publish that and do it every single day. . For Year, , you should be successful because a couple of things can happen number one. . It will give you a chance and give you time to find your voice and number two. . It gives your audience enough time to come and find you right and so that's kind of the reason behind it. . and. . So what's cool is this morning Brandon Fisher whose <hes> one of the guys here my team it is all kind of our video. . Steph he sent me this trailer and I haven't watched the documentary I watched the trailer this morning and it was amazing. . So I if you go to we are Jim and Sam Dot com, , you can go and watch the trailer for this documentary called after. . So many days and so I don't know why sent to me. . So I cook play and in this minute fifty trailer if this documentary, , it tells a story about a couple who newlyweds in Jim in San who've been trying for decade to get to hit it with music right? They ? were <hes> playing show their practice seven for ten years had no success and they decided they needed to do. . Something crazy. . We need to figure out a way to pay the things successful, , and so they decided that they were going to do a show every single day for three, hundred, , , sixty, , five days. . Right Andy and I haven't seen the documentary I am so excited to go and watch it. . But. Just . from the trailer. . You see what happens is they go out there and they start doing a show and they some of the shows like next to these guys cutting down trees because only person there listened to him some of these little bars are. . Just wherever they can find a place to perform show in front of humans right and they started doing this and they started doing this and by the end of the trailer, , they're performing in front of these audiences of tens of thousands of people and <hes>. . There's this quota the in the trailer that was so powerful factor wrote down to one to share with you at the end the trailer he says. . So here we go making something happen every single day, , and then boom they start on this journey and <hes> it want to show you because man. . <hes> you. . So many of this dream we have our art right for the for Jim Sam. It's . they're they're banned for for you could be an offer product, , a coaching program, the , book of course, , a CD, , a physical product <hes> service you do could be whatever right with is visually of our dream and we go out there and try to put out there. . <hes> but the magic of this and I cannot wait to wash documentary having ten more episodes getting out about this but the concept of our free be successful it's not just going out there and dabbling or there I'm going to read a book I'm GonNa go try to whatever it's like here we go making something happen every single day. . What are you doing every single day to make your dream come true right like what is it right for most of us if we're satisfied publishing I duNno <hes>. . Nathan Berry who is the founder kid? ? Really good solid off a program <hes>. . He said the same thing is like I'm gonNA write a blog post every single day for a year a sat down and he started doing it and I was really hard right but then got in the habit of this like every damn. . Sit down. . I'M GONNA reading thousand words red thousand every minute early morning. . Yeah. . Thousand words, , thousand words, , and by the time a year cup up his company had blown up. . Things happen from it, , and so I think for all of us men they just they just serve such a good reminder. . How do we publish something every single day? ? Right and so this is the rallying call K. as you hazard going to commit to this and say, , okay, , I'm GonNa do this. . Calls. . So here we go. . Making something happened every single day. . So what does that for you? ? What is that lever with the thing you do every single day it's GonNa. . Change everything for you. . You've got to figure out exactly what that is and then focus on and do it consistently every single day for you. . If you do that a couple things happen number one, , you will find your voice gay I, , guarantee them for formula show every single day for your what happened they got better they will like if people didn't like they like they, , they mastered their craft right. . The second thing is that as they're going out there and doing this over and over and over again, , <hes> the consistency gave their audience a chance to find them. . I talked about and traffic secrets because we'll. . I shared <hes> another one of Nathan varies. . Thousand. . Blog posts are hundred bog whatever hundred, , sixty, , five blog posts. . He did that year. . When was called you have to endure long enough to get noticed talked about they said you know it's interesting because you think about. . TV shows or movies or documentaries like like how many TV shows did you find out about like season four or five rice at the the problems are so much content being created all the time that <hes>. . That the market the waits to to see what's good enough is going to rise to the top right and so it's it's testing. . You I think for all of US I. . Okay. . The Universe God the market you know whoever testing you see. . Do you really want this? ? How bad you want how bad you care about your message to hear anything to be a blog once a week about it and you care if you're gonNA blind date about it do you care about the every single day? ? You're GonNa make something happen because if you do if you are. . Then you get rewarded tethers reason now that I'm having still having so much success in my business, , right? ? Despite the ups and the downs in the all the things I have been doing this. . Now for eighteen years, , eighteen years I've been beating this drum over and over and over I beat this drum when nobody was listening I beat this drum when <hes> people were angry at Stroman when clients relieving beat this drama kept doing it and doing it and doing it <hes> because I believed it so much because I cared about semester I knew the impact he could and would have if I just kept doing it kept doing it kept doing it and now eighteen years later. . I'm still learning. . So becoming better I'm still I still make tons of stupid mistakes. . Right? ? Eighteen years letter later <hes>. . I found my voice right and my audience is finding me and it will continue to hopefully continue to grow and keep evolving. . But that's definitely what's what's happening. . So

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INSANE CASE STUDY: Publishing For 365 Days Straight

Marketing Secrets

06:16 min | 1 year ago

INSANE CASE STUDY: Publishing For 365 Days Straight

"All right so She has been talking about publishing. For years. About the power of why we should be publishing daily and I remember at one of our Club X. Events. I made a statement I said. Everyone the audience that if you will publish single day for a year by end of the year I'm convinced you have you'll be financially free. And I think people looked at me and said, cool. Some people said, there's no way and very few people actually did it. They're having people have people sailing enough are having a lot of success right now. So I still stand by that like you pick to wear you to publish that and do it every single day. For Year, you should be successful because a couple of things can happen number one. It will give you a chance and give you time to find your voice and number two. It gives your audience enough time to come and find you right and so that's kind of the reason behind it. and. So what's cool is this morning Brandon Fisher whose one of the guys here my team it is all kind of our video. Steph he sent me this trailer and I haven't watched the documentary I watched the trailer this morning and it was amazing. So I if you go to we are Jim and Sam Dot com, you can go and watch the trailer for this documentary called after. So many days and so I don't know why sent to me. So I cook play and in this minute fifty trailer if this documentary, it tells a story about a couple who newlyweds in Jim in San who've been trying for decade to get to hit it with music right? They were playing show their practice seven for ten years had no success and they decided they needed to do. Something crazy. We need to figure out a way to pay the things successful, and so they decided that they were going to do a show every single day for three, hundred, sixty, five days. Right Andy and I haven't seen the documentary I am so excited to go and watch it. But. Just from the trailer. You see what happens is they go out there and they start doing a show and they some of the shows like next to these guys cutting down trees because only person there listened to him some of these little bars are. Just wherever they can find a place to perform show in front of humans right and they started doing this and they started doing this and by the end of the trailer, they're performing in front of these audiences of tens of thousands of people and There's this quota the in the trailer that was so powerful factor wrote down to one to share with you at the end the trailer he says. So here we go making something happen every single day, and then boom they start on this journey and it want to show you because man. you. So many of this dream we have our art right for the for Jim Sam. It's they're they're banned for for you could be an offer product, a coaching program, the book of course, a CD, a physical product service you do could be whatever right with is visually of our dream and we go out there and try to put out there. but the magic of this and I cannot wait to wash documentary having ten more episodes getting out about this but the concept of our free be successful it's not just going out there and dabbling or there I'm going to read a book I'm GonNa go try to whatever it's like here we go making something happen every single day. What are you doing every single day to make your dream come true right like what is it right for most of us if we're satisfied publishing I duNno Nathan Berry who is the founder kid? Really good solid off a program He said the same thing is like I'm gonNA write a blog post every single day for a year a sat down and he started doing it and I was really hard right but then got in the habit of this like every damn. Sit down. I'M GONNA reading thousand words red thousand every minute early morning. Yeah. Thousand words, thousand words, and by the time a year cup up his company had blown up. Things happen from it, and so I think for all of us men they just they just serve such a good reminder. How do we publish something every single day? Right and so this is the rallying call K. as you hazard going to commit to this and say, okay, I'm GonNa do this. Calls. So here we go. Making something happened every single day. So what does that for you? What is that lever with the thing you do every single day it's GonNa. Change everything for you. You've got to figure out exactly what that is and then focus on and do it consistently every single day for you. If you do that a couple things happen number one, you will find your voice gay I, guarantee them for formula show every single day for your what happened they got better they will like if people didn't like they like they, they mastered their craft right. The second thing is that as they're going out there and doing this over and over and over again, the consistency gave their audience a chance to find them. I talked about and traffic secrets because we'll. I shared another one of Nathan varies. Thousand. Blog posts are hundred bog whatever hundred, sixty, five blog posts. He did that year. When was called you have to endure long enough to get noticed talked about they said you know it's interesting because you think about. TV shows or movies or documentaries like like how many TV shows did you find out about like season four or five rice at the the problems are so much content being created all the time that That the market the waits to to see what's good enough is going to rise to the top right and so it's it's testing. You I think for all of US I. Okay. The Universe God the market you know whoever testing you see. Do you really want this? How bad you want how bad you care about your message to hear anything to be a blog once a week about it and you care if you're gonNA blind date about it do you care about the every single day? You're GonNa make something happen because if you do if you are. Then you get rewarded tethers reason now that I'm having still having so much success in my business, right? Despite the ups and the downs in the all the things I have been doing this. Now for eighteen years, eighteen years I've been beating this drum over and over and over I beat this drum when nobody was listening I beat this drum when people were angry at Stroman when clients relieving beat this drama kept doing it and doing it and doing it because I believed it so much because I cared about semester I knew the impact he could and would have if I just kept doing it kept doing it kept doing it and now eighteen years later. I'm still learning. So becoming better I'm still I still make tons of stupid mistakes. Right? Eighteen years letter later I found my voice right and my audience is finding me and it will continue to hopefully continue to grow and keep evolving. But that's definitely what's what's happening. So

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"jim  sam" Discussed on Mała Wielka Firma

Mała Wielka Firma

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"jim sam" Discussed on Mała Wielka Firma

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"jim  sam" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"jim sam" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Bye Richards and a battle for the rebound Richards grabs it saves it out front to Hagen Hagens down the left sideline crosscourt pass to me quickly in the right corner and he'll dribble out front reset it what how full by Nick Richards boy that alone two guys Jim Sam what's the likely close by me to the room and lays it is just put the chicken bacon the drop of the shoulder a quick is gone eleven four quickly that's fifteen games in a row in double figures Williams at the right elbow faces up on Richard's fakes the shot is it back to Mays fifteen feet out right side jab step now drive shoots over quickly banks shot shot may is a very good offensive player very clever not gonna be too with his athleticism but knows how to store he was one of three from the field in the first half of their play through him now he's got eleven quickly driving from the top of the key blows by banning and this the shot but he got fouled if you go to the line to shoot to manic picks up his second and that's two one L. issued two shots coming for a manual quickly after this time out with fourteen fifty to play in baton Rouge Kentucky ly del issue forty two to thirty nine on the U. K. sports network the fans are easy to spot and no it's not the face paint or the head to toe you cake here or there go cats chance the grocery store to the real giveaway is the outward sense of pride and loyalty that goes with pulling for a team that is a perennial winner it's a little bit like the way Kentucky is feel about the other big.

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"jim  sam" Discussed on Gamepinions

Gamepinions

15:12 min | 2 years ago

"jim sam" Discussed on Gamepinions

"So yeah these are all apparently these are all apparently three doom ripoffs which is which is pretty funny. Yeah so I have a list of games games that I gathered here that I don't really have a ton of details for and really not a whole bunch at all But these actually have like user scores attached to them which is pretty funny And this believe I stripped from Shoot I can't remember what the websites called now. All that sucks. It's okay it's A. We could probably put it in the description somewhere. I'm sure I could. So so here's a list of games in serial number one. Actually I'm not even GONNA number. That's ridiculous ridiculous. Art attack my stuff. Two thousand six windows the Celtics Company doesn't have a user score on here Then there zoo tycoon tycoons to which was published by Max soft and the user score on this was a three point. One seven assuming this this is out of this go wait. No No. Don't even say scores because there's no way to score this says an actual thing Don't even bother. Venue have trivial pursuit unhinged which was in two thousand and four that was on. I guess the playstation two windows an xbox assuming that these were all computer based ones just because I think more people had it then you had scrabble for windows back in two thousand and three CRAYOLA arcade for windows. Two thousand and three Kellogg's frosties Gerber Grand Pricks Grand Prix and that was from from the Calix Company in two thousand and three this kind of cool It's the Atari Eighty Classic Games in one which was in two thousand and three classic game. That might be worth it. Yeah I mean just getting a box of cereal and you get eighty games. That's pretty impressive. Atari so then you have backyard baseball in two thousand Becker. Baseball two thousand and four which would be two thousand and three rollercoaster tycoon two. Two thousand. Two Tasr wanted which was in two thousand and two Stuart Little Two which was in two thousand and two. I'm guaranteed that game was awesome Spongebob squarepants operation crabby. Patty two thousand and one mat Hoffman's pro. BMX Two thousand one one battleship surface thunder. Two Thousand Pajama Sam. Three you are what you eat from your head to to. Your thousand is came out on literally everything they've has toaster in here. The border zone which came out nineteen ninety nine need for speed V. Rally two nine thousand nine hundred nine. Roller coaster tycoon nineteen ninety nine captain. Crunch Che's Credentialing Adventures Nine hundred ninety nine. I don't know why it's a nineteen ninety-seven earlier Monopoly Junior nineteen ninety nine. Which I think I actually had that one to Who wants to be a millionaire? Nineteen ninety nine. That explains why we had. Who wants to be a millionaire video game in my house so we must have got that one to shoots and ladders letters nineteen ninety nine Milton Bradley Classic Board Games Nineteen Ninety Nine? Sorry Nineteen Ninety eight operation which I cannot believe that that is a video game In nineteen ninety eight Freddie fish three the cash of the stolen conch Shell L. Wonder if it was a magic shell maybe someday now remember someday you pull a string spongebob. Contrary I I ever get married. Maybe someday asteroids which is a classic Game Nine Hundred Ninety eight the game of life nine hundred ninety eight eight wile who would've thought Amazon trail in nineteen ninety eight. There was a second and first addition of that. That's it's crazy a lego creator. which sounds like you would do? Pretty good nowadays Nine Hundred Ninety eight candy land nine thousand nine hundred. That'd be kind of a crappy video game. It's a luck based tonk search and rescue man boggle nineteen ninety seven backyard baseball SPA. This is against the original backyard. Baseball nineteen ninety-seven here it is Carmen. Sandiego world detective of Sorry Word Detective Not World Detective which I guess that's just a watered down version of the wearing the is Carmen Sandiego. H of Empires. Wow now that's a weird game to have in their. Almost all of these have been a little weird sounding each of empire so it was a really good series. We all know they must have been watered down down. I'm sure yeah. But that's Kinda cool. Though age of empires is a really good series. I had the age of Empires Age kings on the DS such Then we also have checks Xix quest which we said we have clue nineteen ninety-six. Oh yes the ultimate Yahtzee. Nineteen Ninety six Pajama. The Sam no need to hide when it's dark outside. Oh would those are just some really crazy me. Ninety six. Your lunch goes was it. Your lunch goes in you does it. Not Perhaps as you call you lunch boxes. Well it's an actual game tower from Jim Sam. Monopoly nineteen ninety-five I five Disney's to Moan and Pumas Jungle Games nineteen ninety-five. I'm sure that was a hoot Disney Activity Center Aladdin Aladdin Nineteen Ninety Four. The year. I was born nineteen ninety-five better. That's the I did you get you get two more games. You Got pufus of Timonium pufus Jungle Joe Games monopoly. And you're berthier so I like monopoly. It's pretty good Pretty good So yeah that's that's a list of a lot more than I really. Impressive Games expected to be inside Syria boxes any any games there that completely stand out to you all of them. I don't know how you'd play clue and I also don't hide Carmen. Sandiego watered down two words words Which is very interesting? Yeah I honestly don't know how it's it's piqued my interest. Yeah I mean it's just it's crazy like as I was thinking about this like just I mean I think about this stuff a lot. It's part of the reason why stay up at night thing. You know what other Games are in cereal cereal boxes and why I I never think about this. I think about it all the time I actually think about like me being in the video games the Mike. How cool would it be what I do? Sometimes I imagined myself as the controller TV. He likes to be handled skating. I did say this is going to be a weird episode but yeah I just I just thought that was really weird. I mean it's it's just I mean it's a strange thing especially nowadays where it's like you know we are kind of moving away a lot. Lot from physical Medium and the fact that we had these games inside our cereal boxes. It's almost like companies. Were trying to get like a a leg up and trying to get into the hands of children and a man shot since really disturbed sounding kind of what it is I mean they wanted to get their games in the hands of children and I guess attack them through the cereal. It's it's weird. Well actually like to talk about that too because to be honest with you back then I mean video games had their own store their own spot that they'd be sold and then they started introducing them into the cereal boxes in primarily people thought that they were primarily kids games. Oh these are for for kids. Kids are video games for kids. And we've really come to the day. Where no they're not like? Everyone's playing them and they're admitting to playing and finally Oh uh-huh yeah really. The truth is they just need to admit that they played them which most even back? Then you know adults played video games. It was just like I guess the generic idea I mean cereal boxes with the Games in it didn't necessarily mean to be targeted. Just two kids but most of the time you know. We remember member as kids eating more cereal than we do as adults. I don't know why but that's just something that you know. When we adults we can cook her own eggs and Bacon and all kinds of other other thing broad kids and as a mom and then you have four children box of cereal short can last a couple of days form a box of cereal on your on your days? It's too much to handle. Sometimes you know so definitely can understand that. It's good it's you now. Kids are satisfied with it. Now we're going digital it's strange. Yeah but it's weird though because I mean I guess back in the early nineties in really the late night nineties and early two thousands social media really wasn't a thing and really besides like you know if you're on like Nickelodeon or cartoon network there wasn't really any like video game commercials. I remember socializing video games before socializing on a social media website. Yeah you know or APP or whatever you know like I never like. By the time I learned about my space. I've already made friends in my. I know I know. Yeah it's it's crazy. I mean I mean that's like me and John's friendship was over a conduit website. You know which is really obscure in crazy crazy to think about and we'll have all dedicated to that at some point in time but it's it's weird I mean it's it's very it's very strange. It's just hard to remember the day that they actually sold physical games in their own stores and when grocery stores didn't have that in there and maybe it was that we were just never brought to those sections. You know in the store but I guarantee you. I don't think there was at least console games being sold in there. I think if anything maybe PC connection I think it was just pc but it's weird because Even when I'd go to like the drugstores and stuff like Rite aid and ECKERD. And all that they it would have a small selection of like playstation two games and they probably still have them in there. So you see on the background which is basically you know red dead revolver spinoff an awful most naturally spin off. But it's a knockoff in a way And it's it's really weird game and very violent so it's just strange to see that kind of game in there but if you go to like Kohl's and stuff you get some weird games now agent you walk into any store and you can find a video game playing somewhere a lot of times. I mean there's dedicated food stores. Typically they don't have it but at the thought it was weird that you know they kind of were trying like a different marketing approach. I guess when they were putting these games in the cereal boxes and they don't really need to do that anymore. I'm sure they do it in different ways. Like Nintendo had like the Mario Three Mario Odyssey cereal. UH-HUH I'm waiting for the day now since we're digital though since we really are getting digital copies instead of physical now that they're just going to take them away away from the grocery stores that do have them you know things like Target Walmart just your most basic. You know places that they're being sold right now because how much wjr profit are they really making to keep it in their store when they can have more selections of like toys or things that kids are going to go to 'cause toys R.. US Isn't really really quite a thing anymore. They just go to your local Walmart or target for your gifts. You know for other children's parties or you just run up to the store while you get your groceries groceries. Get the get the toys you know. No I will say that. I feel like a lot of people that have these consoles. A lot of them are kind of out of the loop and I I think a lot of them are still heavily on if they're still by heavily You know primarily I guess physical games and you know they don't really realize as you can download them or they don't want to download and they wanna just have them and be able to turn them in and trade 'em in for a different game and you know I feel like there's still a large amount of breath of like the audience still does by physical digital numbers are higher than ever been But you do point because I mean I guess if parents you're buying games they still are going to go grab the physical yeah. They're they're probably going to do that and they're not going to realize. Oh you know what you can download and it's and there's even some people that you know are the generation kind of above us. That plays video games. They prefer the physical. And that's that's kind of a blanket statement But I feel like a lot of them still. Oh you know that are older that do play. They have the physical copies personally for me. I could go without physical games I think you know. The collector's edition of Games are early cool. Sometimes but I mean typically. I don't buy them just because they're so expensive. I'm so down with physical games to me. That was the most hated part. Yeah it's it's like it's so much convenient More convenient to be able to go into your console and just switch games without having to go up. Insert the disk. You know take the other one out and all that other stuff not in that correct sequence but whatever And especially if you have a portable system like switch it so much better just to have all your games downloaded in there getting one to to fill the game slot. That's in there too so it's occupied but I just I don't know I I just prefer having you know the ability to just you know swap your games and have all of them on your system and not have to worry about it. Tidier Council always have so. That's that's kind of how I feel about that. But you know physical games still have a place just probably not in our cereal boxes anymore. Yeah I just don't think that's going to be a comeback cereal cereal. No Yeah I think. Cereal and video games released physical video games are probably done. I feel like Uh. I'm curious what the development cost of the captain crunch crunch links game was and these other games and I mean I'm assuming that there are relatively low but think about it someone actually had to develop that and it's like the cereal was more expensive who developed. It didn't really get much credit..

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"jim  sam" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:30 min | 2 years ago

"jim sam" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Getting Mississippi state that's later on seven eastern on ESPN Emmanuel acho with a focus on a pair freshman who was on get up to me Auburn they've been balling and rightfully so both mix of been a star ever since he took over the true freshmen. I'm just wondering will he ever have a freshman moment that Auburn defensive nasty but like to see both mix has been great and I've taken notice the whole nation is taken notice by Mississippi state they got a freshman of their own gear freighter he's coming in and taking over for an injured quarterback in this to put the body on the line one SEC often to freshman of the week so again Auburn Tigers I'm not saying you're going to lose but a traitor comes out their ball then like the real a freshman on the field it's a trap okay all right there's bloody add on today's slate let's bring any as being college football insider Phil Steele infill let's get it started with number ten Notre Dame coming off that close loss in Athens now get number eighteen Virginia cabs own beaten have come back wins over Florida state even last week he gets old dominion it's been about their defense for the cavs coal leader in the nation in sacks fourteenth overall yours allowed so how do the Irish and that offense stack up Randy yeah I think you're going to struggle a little bit because there's a natural let down spot you would figure I mean daughter Dana press me last week Jim I gotta tell ya I thought George will be able to run the football better on a they played really good on the defensive side and then they were down six points between the hedges or are rockets home crowd and Notre Dame fought to the very end even have the ball George's side of the field natural let down spot this weekend you talked about Virginia last week they want their light doubts about their their comeback against Florida state did nor name on the actor played just Old Dominion at home trailed seventeen to nothing but rally for the win I think when you look at their defense given up just seventy five yards per game you touched on it the sack total this a very good Virginie team you're gonna see Virginia is a game and maybe Notre Dame's being game and that should make a pretty tight interesting this week ABC is triple header including a match up between Ohio state and the brass gets seven thirty eastern these are two of the five teams with nine hundred wins in FBS history Ohio state of course led by Justin feels he's been responsible for nineteen touchdowns six on the ground thirteen through the areas no winner said. tions did you think he'd be this effective this quickly in Columbus no and I didn't think Ohio state's run game would be cured as quickly as it has remember last year was in both our name run game and no I did not expect Ohio state's defense which last year was probably the second worst in school history given up four hundred three yards per game to be allowing just two hundred and twenty two yards per game right based on a super job with this Ohio state team and really cute the things that bothered her that really hurt them last year which was defense and run game and Justin feels passing is been very surprising. about northwestern Wisconsin and that's at noon eastern on ABC the badgers coming off the beat down a Michigan and Jonathan Taylor continuing his stellar campaign seven rushing touchdowns this season but tourists for Lois single game rushing totals of his career have come against the Wildcats a total of a hundred twenty six rush yards in two games against northwestern so what did they know that others haven't figured out I think it's a pretty good players on the defense side of the ball and I I think they took advantage of Wisconsin the last couple years and it's a pretty decent situations but this year you know I wonder a little bit about concert poster gave Michigan state game last week in the first half he got stopped after a first and goal at the one didn't score give up later section a late touchdown once I got down fourteen three it was a different game in the second half and you gotta figure they're gonna get down to Wisconsin and Wisconsin didn't exert all its energy last week I mean they were up thirty five nothing let up a little bit the second half the only of Kent state on deck I think you see Jonathan Taylor and his best game against northwestern in is three years their top ranked Clemson getting North Carolina three thirty eastern on ABC Mack brown to into his last four games against eight P. M. number ones Clemson is what a school record nineteen straight games nearly double the next longest active winning streak when you're watching this team and specifically when you're watching Trevor Lawrence what have you seen. surprise I don't like Trevor wants to me is the best quarterback in college football stat wise he hasn't been there seven times down passes five interceptions in fact here's a surprising step for you Jim Sam all the freshman quarterback for North Carolina as more yards passing a better completion percentage more touchdowns less interceptions and a better quarterback rating then tell the warrant large now does that mean I think he's a better quarterback notice I think do I think you'll have a better game here no but I've been very surprised overlords got a great supporting cast and a little disappointed the steps he's put up so far this year yeah when you watch and you see a little bit more conservative in terms of how that all offenses run you need to college football action today as Alabama holes Ole miss presented by Dr pepper coverage begins at two thirty eastern ESPN radio and the E. S. P. N. app and when you look at this match up the tight and Reds many compare the tight as the college version of the patriot spell check and saving of course working together with the Browns they'll check with a knack of adjusting to the town that he hasn't house offense looks year to year and you can see that now would save in the tide of always been defensive burst conservative on offense they get to us the talented throwing quarterback and they open it up in NFL type quarterback a host of prose style wide receivers how impressive has it been per se been too involved in knowing he has the talent the changes office of style yeah it's been phenomenal because their team it was bill that defense run game so make mistakes and you look at the receiving corps Terry Judy Henry rugs. best receiving corps college football I had two of seventeen oh ratio and it's it's just tough to stop these guys in the us the defense is not been a strong because he offered to score so quick but Hey I'll take that any day of the week and what we've seen GM is Ellis used on the same day. exactly they've gone from the run game after game and I think that's going to make that Ellis you Alabama match up pretty interesting not the twenty nine to nothing out of was last year yeah it's interesting because we've seen games over the years between these two teams like you know ten three fourteen ten games it seems like the next time they match up we're going to see a a shoot out if you will with those offenses yeah two great receiving course into really good quarterback affect him right now I would have Joe borough of Ellis you might number two Iceman list it's hard to argue that it's hard to argue that let's stay with the quarterback theme USC quarterback it on slow these if he's the back up the JT Daniels now they're both out and not think gets distorted number seventeen Washington in Finkel by the way enter the transfer portal in the spring before opting to remain at as C. good idea he completed twenty one of thirty passes for three fifty one three scoring strikes in relief of slava's now he gets the start how does this game play out I you know I think the key to the game Jim is going to be a review esee receiving corps let's face it if you were throwing a football you could throw some touch up passes the pavement. these guys are first round draft picks out there and they're matched up against the young Washington secondary that Wausau for starters now two years ago washer watch three second round draft picks they still finished number seventeen in the past the fence but I think they're a little vulnerable there and if they can get the ball in the hands of pigment bonds of St brown I think they can make you gave it but they gotta keep thank healthy is now behind them a couple walk guns and I don't think there's any more depth fast break so keep thank healthy get some of those jump balls they called last week and I think US he's got a puncher's chance of that game all right still game you have an eye on that might surprise us well the one I would have to look at is probably that Notre Dame Virginia game I think our names in a let down spot Virginia was in the let down spot last week I think they have the potential to take this one right down to the wire all right he's ESPN college football insider Phil Steele it's always a pleasure filled you have a great weekend I meant to say about me time on Thursday twelve right pains they put a mighty be down on the terror where forgets the staffer Michael metaphor man washed up some of the pocket opening.

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"jim  sam" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:33 min | 2 years ago

"jim sam" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Shell pins or performance line we go back to the show opens performs live we're joined about card Phillips from the shadow league who was just slandering Dame Lillard in our last segment so much so that I had to have him hang on so I can attack everything that okay my contention with some of what you said and also what Shannon Sharpe said recently on fox the fact that if he doesn't win a title he will be a forgotten player and his career will be viewed less van because he decided not to join the modern day super team building guidelines our recruiting players are going to different team or or what have you the idea of that alone to me corn is just silly because one he would not be forgotten there been a lot of players revel when it ships if there were not forgotten just because you don't want to chance it doesn't mean you were not still with the greatest players your generation which Daimler clearly is and will be also we do not know what will happen important as relates to the future that's what because maybe some I would join them next summer they maybe they could have to be part of a three team trade that brings up another player we don't know yet but the ideal loan that he will be a forgotten player in some regards if he doesn't win a championship and only in your mind beer money for taking the money to me is not fair what okay outside of the park your shot and the sad I believe against the rockets a couple years ago that that was a three pointer at the buzzer to end the series name something else we know damn letter for going to go down the list I know we no weight is muscle Brahmic rules I'm not going down that road because his career isn't long enough yet it's not long enough yet to put those type of stipulations on him that's my point give the man a little more time you had this conversation in five years I'm here for if I'm still at ESPN and you still repertoire for somebody we can do this I'll listen to it but to date right now no it's way too early to put those stipulations on a dog he's been an early two thousand twelve yep some of the greatest players in the league in this time frame they they they made the finals is almost no who also they have on this one at the time Hey Hey okay the old guard does god by somebody he just got seated up years ago they need somebody else to go get somebody else that's the thing I'm not there you got to go get lebron or a D. but you got to get somebody else I grew no I agree with that card my group but while you try to make Daimler somebody he's not if he's not there did to go out and do that we can't expect him to do it lebron is we didn't think why was but evidently he is now right may it may be day will be two years from now right now he's still that young but mine said that we can do it just come to like me it's CJ what we got we know if we family we're gonna make it happen that that might change in two or three years but my thing is don't make the man in the somebody he's not or put unfair stipulations on his career before it's played out I'm not doing that if you don't want to be sure that's all we only have to win a championship I'm like look at some point you gotta stop get swept in play offs literally right Hey you learn how to win more might come on now Geller sometime learn how to win yes what phone saying come out you you you all right eight eight learns to final playoff series in the last two seasons all right got swept by New Orleans digress what but don't stay all right yup there your do you do one when I'm not there they got to cut down the nets they have a sooner that's going out like it and the reason they're going out like this is because every series weather was New Orleans two years ago gold state this year you were watching every Sears you look like they need a guy they need to go out a week they need another guy they need another guy involved farmers I don't have the list in front of me but there have been guys available that could help but when your friends are it's called sweet in public say I refuse to help will get a guy that can help no he does say I don't know he did not sell refused to help I refused to recruit noted everything now mill Shay is the general manager press the basketball operation for that for that team it's his responsibility to recruit players if he brings a man so you don't think you have this conversation with player X. which I'm gonna make a Dame said no to that then I'll listen to you but just because he won't go out on his own to recruit does not mean he's not willing to help in the recruitment of said player looking back it military as of the day mostly it's the family Paul Allen street if we don't get real technical on it right to the real life that okay a little is the ace of Allen Jersey David east of the team absolutely right yeah face of the team what the **** your brains out but he doesn't have to do everything he did to do everything you know when he got that big contract distances you know why you get all that money because that's what they pay you for they don't pay you guys to play that they pay you they will be good said it didn't include your plate they pay you to go to the love basketball camp thank the whole the building they make their money you could do this type of stuff that's why they pay you they pay you said you so they can make you yeah Hey you know what make the more money if they got further in the playoffs AD help them get another guy that would make them a lot more money you don't know you know what they actually need to do you guys refuse to acknowledge as they need to go back in time to get Krispy Kreme Abdul Jabbar and if they were to do that right can be combined it was something that someone to take an agitator someone like a Matthew Dellavedova if you combine them with him a big guy they can sue like a Joe Elton bead who could pull this off Hey Jim Sam twenty that's true even going into someone that like he's kind of overlooked go get a Julia Oprah for somebody might get somebody it right they need somebody to love to go give Steve curly fries yeah top to bottom you know what just make the whole thing go away and then Michael with candy still floating around time the show's been on hand all day I the days of Robert Horry owes you know back then you were able to come on and talk about onyx and five day Friday it is a phone that you'll see a couple weeks Miami row our our cars will from the subtly doors here on the Mike ESPN radio more fads I own teammates because that's the only thing L. wants to talk about today on the bike use the radio ESPN at the.

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"jim  sam" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"jim sam" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Much more information than his publicly declared, a maybe that will be telling people within Galvin in the military intelligence community, something about the capabilities and intentions intentions of, of all of this. But I don't know if so I'm sure we will get to see it. What is your personal views Nick on the investigation and program? Well, I think they really. But the bottom line is that despite the years of denial, the US Galvin had a program, it's fascinating to actually go by to think about the day before the new the new times broke the story that you could still find on government websites statements, which said things like no branch of the US government is currently investigating UFO's on this subject is of no interest to anyone in the military or the intelligence community. I'm paraphrasing, but those sorts of statements plummeted, Lova the, the websites of the various agencies that freedom of information requests about. I think they've all been quietly taken down now eight clearly did a good job. But like everyone within Galvan who struggled with this issue. I I'm sure the people wanted to resolve they won't bantering gauge from senior managers in the Pentagon. I think Lewis was owned who's going on the right to express his frustration about the lack of engagement from from senior figures and, and just the, the lack of opportunities to really brief them on what was going on in our s base. I think that's one of the reasons why we see that. Now, people like let me say it was owned tightening. Ford this this whole issue. Sony of gals amount, and p people like Steve Jarvis, and Jim Sam van and Christopher Mellon himself. Of course, on taking their assets through through this group. Tom delong put together. The to the store. Good luck to them. Good luck to them. They clearly they, they hit. They hit roadblocks within the Pentagon when they were looking at some nest I understand because those same sorts of, of roadblocks myself and it's frustrating. Mark in Baltimore, Maryland before the break. Go ahead, Mark. Yes, telephone call subject. The first of all I wanna say Toronto privilege to speak to you, Mr. pope and nine I was in the navy from nine Canadian one the nineteen eighty nine I'm fifty nine years old. Nineteen eighty one and nineteen tonight and eighty three I was stationed aboard a USS. Dwight D is now aircraft carrier at a top secret clearance, and I was privy to ready room briefings, ready room debriefings? And when the debris, things were over was in a fortunate position record speak to some of these pilots about things that they may have seen while they were on their missions. They were told back then in the night early nineteen eighties not to talk about it that they could they told me they were told not to talk about it to their superiors. Yeah. I I've I'm -solutely hood similar things in the British military system, I spoke into military pilots who who has only the chosen not to, to talk about this toll who have been trying to pretty much slam down. When they did speak out. I think the good news is, is the. These recent policy changes seem to indicate that the healthy change via toot on this, and a now this seems to my goodness. It's about time. I mean, we, we invent such a lot of time and money in the brave, and dedicated men and women doing these jobs. So when they come back and say, this is what we've seen we should trust them to know that business and, and we should we should with them on trying to get to the bottom of what they're encountering because make no mistake about it. Often said, whatever we dealing with him is a defense and security issue. Sure is Nick, we're gonna come back and take some final phone calls with you in just a moment. On.

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"jim  sam" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"jim sam" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The years of denial, the US Calvin had a program. It's fascinating to actually go back to think about the day before the new year. The new times broke the story that you could still find on government websites statements, which said things like no branche of US government is currently investigating UFO's on this subject is of no interest to anyone in the military or the intelligence community. I'm paraphrasing, but those statements. The, the websites of the various agencies that freedom of information. Requests about. I think they've been quietly taken down now. Eight clearly did a good job. But like everyone within Galvan who struggled with this issue. I I'm sure the people won't be to resolve. They won't bettering gauge -ment from senior managers in the Pentagon. I think Lewis was owned his going on the rank to express his frustration about the lack of engagement from from senior figures, and, and just the lack of opportunities to really brace them on what was going on in our s base. And I think that's one of the reasons why we see it that now, people like was owned tightening. Ford this, this whole issue of Galvin meant and people like Steve. Office and Jim Sam van and Christopher Mellon. We seem self, of course, on taking their efforts through through this group Thome delong put together the to the stone to them. Good luck to them. They clearly they, they hit. They hit roadblocks within the Pentagon when they at this. I understand because I've hit those same sorts of, of roadblocks myself and it's frustrating. Let's go to Mark in Baltimore, Maryland before the break. Go ahead, Mark. Yes. Telephone call fascinating subject. First of all, I wanna say Tananam privilege to speak teams. Propo- p- in nine I was in the navy from nineteen eighty one to nineteen eighty nine. I'm fifty nine years old survey. Nineteen eighty one and nineteen tonight, eighty three was stationed aboard a USS. Dwight D is now aircraft carrier at a top secret clearance, and I was privy to ready room briefings, and ready room debriefings, and when the briefings were over, I was in a fortunate position record speak to some of these pilots about things that they may have seen a while they were on their missions as they were told back then in the night early nineteen eighties not to talk about it that they couldn't they told me they were told not to talk about it to their superiors. Yes, I, I've I'm -solutely hood similar things in the British military system, I spoke into military pilots. Who, who have only the chosen not to talk about this toll who have been kind of pretty much slapped down when they did speak out. I think the good news is, is that these recent policy changes seemed to indicate that the healthy change of attitude on this, and a now this seems to my goodness. It's about time. We, we invent such time and money in the brave, and dedicated men and women doing these jobs. So when they come back and say, this is what we've seen we should trust them to know that business and, and we should we should with them on trying to get to the bottom of what they're encountering because make no mistake. You bound it is I've often said, whatever we dealing with his defense and, and Meshal security issue. Well, it sure is Nick, we're gonna come back and take some final phone calls with you in just a moment. On.

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"jim  sam" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"jim sam" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Is that despite the years of denial, the US government had a program this, it's fascinating to actually go back to think about the day before. Then you get the new times broke the story that you could still find on. Galvin website statements, which said things like no branch of the US, government is currently investigating UFO's on this subject is of no interest to anyone in the military, will the intelligence community. I'm paraphrasing. But those sorts of statements were planted Lova, the, the websites of the various agencies that don't freedom of information. Requests about this. I think they've been quietly taken down now eight clearly did a good job. But like everyone within Galvan who struggled with this issue. I I'm sure the people want it to be to resolve. They won't entering gauge -ment from senior managers in the Pentagon. I think Lewis was owned has going on the right to express his frustration about the lack of engagement from from senior figures and, and just that the lack of opportunities to really brief them on what was going on in our aspects. And I think that's one of the reasons why we see it that now, people like Lisa. Was on a tightening Ford this, this whole issue and of, of Galvan, and people like Steve Justice, and Jim Sam van and Christopher Mellon, the, we himself, of course, on taking their efforts through through this group, Tom delong put together the to the stock. And good luck to them to them. They clearly they, they hit. They hit roadblocks within the Pentagon when they were looking at this, and I understand because I've hit those same sorts of, of roadblocks myself and it's frustrating. Let's go to Mark in Baltimore, Maryland before the break. Go ahead, Mark. Yes. Take my telephone call fascinating subject. The first of all I wanna say to on and a privilege to speak to you, Mr. pope and nine I was in the navy from nineteen eighty one to nineteen eighty nine I'm fifty nine years old Fisher in nineteen eighty one and nineteen nineteen eighty three I was stationed aboard a USS. Dwight D is now aircraft carrier at a top secret clearance, and I was privy to ready room briefings, and then ready room debriefings, and when the briefings were over, I was in a fortunate position record speak to some of these pilots about things that they may have seen while. They were on their missions as they were told back then in the night early nineteen eighties not to talk about it that they couldn't they told me they were told not to talk about it to their superiors. Yeah. I I've I'm -solutely hood similar things in the British military system. I spoke into military pilots who who has only the chosen not to, to talk about this toll all who have been kind of pretty much slept down when they did speak out. I think the good news is, is that these recent policy changes seem to indicate that the healthy change of attitude on this, and now this seems to end my goodness. It's about time. I mean, we, we invest such a lot of time and money in, in these brave and dedicated men and women doing these jobs. So when they come back and say, this is what we've seen we should trust them to know that biz. Business. And, and we should we should work with them on trying to get to the bottom of what they're encountering because make no mistake. You bound it is. I often said, whatever we dealing with him. This is a defense and, and Mashal security issue. Sure is Nick, we're gonna come back and take some final phone calls with you in just a moment. On coast to coast, AM coast insiders, the new version of the coast to coast AM is now available for iphone and now Android.

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"jim  sam" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

11:59 min | 2 years ago

"jim sam" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"With you a special two hours with my colleague, George Knapp, George, of course, is a Nevada journalist who has been honored with the highest awards and broadcast journalism the Peabody award. You got a couple of those the DuPont award from Columbia University, the Edward r. Murrow award that is extremely prestigious he has twenty seven regional EMMY awards for investigative reporting. Just as a comparison I have three these a longtime chief investigative reporter for KLIF TV in Las Vegas where he previously worked as a news anchor as well. He has co-authored the best selling book hunt for the skin Walker and in nineteen eighty nine his reports about Nevada area. Fifty one's military base was selected by UP is the best individual achievement by reporter now since two thousand six he's also been our weekend, host of coast to coast AM, and he's been associated with the program way back to the days of the late. Art bell. My pleasure to bring on the show. George napa. Good to talk to you again, George f to just seeing you a few weeks ago. That conversation. We had Laughlin got got both of us thinking about this subject. There's a lot to cover. The sure is how did you George as a investigative reporter get interested to investigate you Afo swear beyond a shadow Vidal out. You're the best reporter out there on this subject. How did this happen? It literally walked in the door. George back in nineteen eighty seven. I was just a regular reporter covering the mob and corruption and crime and all normal menu of stories that must bagasse offers all the fun stuff. I there's no slow news day in this town that, you know, Tom, no this down really well in walks the John Lear into the TV station, and he had our our station. Our news department break a big story, we had broken the story about the existence of this stoke fighter plane that was out in the desert that was invisible to radar and so he had some credibility with my news manager guy net day. And John walks into the newsroom with a pile of documents on days, death, and says Ned business your next big story about you up. Biggest cover up in history. It'll make you famous Ned looked at this material. And least they're little bitty says can't be true take this away. If it were true, I'd say know about it. So I'm not gonna do this story. I'd been eavesdropping. And it said that John Lear? Hey, let me take a look at that stuff. And so I took it home and read it, and it was intriguing and at the time, I hosted a little talk show called on the record. It was one of these local public affairs type shows that air at six six o'clock in the morning on a weekend, and nobody watches it. And your typical guest is a city councilman or county Commissioner John there on this show. And whoa, Mon behold. The public responded he unleashed this torrent of UFO information, I had never heard about conspiracies and cover ups, and and the public started calling and and writing. Ding and making an inquiry who was that guy? I had him on again a little bit later months later, and it was even bigger response. And I realized that this touch the pulse of the public in a way that had not been obvious to me before. So I started reading about it. The third time Lear came on this show he hinted that he knew a guy who was trying to get a job out at area fifty one. This mysterious base that Hugh people in the world did ever heard of at that time outside intervention or a must they had worked there. And and so that person turned out to be Bob Lazar, whom I met thirty years ago almost to the month. And we started hearing his story put him on the air in the non ass- interview. And it sort of exploded at area fifty one in the map tens of thousands of people went out there and buses with binoculars to check it out every media organization in the world covered. The story the allegations are made, and I was kind of on my way, you're you're much like me, George when people interview us, they asked us. That question. So what you believe in? And we always give them the reporters answer in that is it's not a matter of what I believe, it's what you believe after I present the story in the facts. But I'm going to ask you after all these stories that you have done for years and years and years these were being visited by extraterrestrials. I don't know. I honestly don't I mean, I started out after that first initial burst of of digging into it believing that it was extraterrestrials because that was the paradigm of the time, you know, it was the prevailing viewpoint within a UFO world the prominent researches at the time sort of believe that or lease most of them did. But the more data into it the less. I seem to know, you know, I get that. Same question everywhere. I go George grocery stores and restaurants. You know, do you really believe this stuff? And I say, well, you know, when people ask me that is because usually they wanna tell me there, you are story, and everyone has one, and I believe it in a sense of like, it's a religion. I believe it's an interesting story that if you could be proven would be the biggest ever change everything. It. Sure would when you were interviewing Lazar did your eyes roll. Or did you say to yourself? This guy might be on the something. Now, I was skeptical and wary because you know, for a mainstream news reporter, this is risky stuff. And he was telling me something I'd never heard of before I had no idea about the whole world of UFO's and conspiracies and din for mation and subterfuge and treachery. That is so common and field. And it took it was a baptism of fire. It took many months for me to get comfortable with it being able to separate from tap. I read everything on that topic that I could find I to figure out who in the field was believable. And who wasn't and Lazar story, even by today's standards. It is thirty years later. It's thirty years now was pretty tough to digest. We started digging into his background at try to get a handle on how much of his story we could cooperate with quite a bit as it turned out. And more importantly, not you know, I'll never be able to go to the places where he said he worked and see the things that he said he saw but. It was obvious that there was an attempt to obscure his background to wipe out any claims the places where he worked discredit work that I know that he did. And most importantly of all he seemed to know things that he shouldn't have don't otherwise the most dramatic incidents of that is that he knew when the test flights were taking place because he took people out there. Three weeks in a row stationed outside of base that does not exist then or now and sure enough these what looks like fly saucers blew up over the mountains at the time. When he said, they would be there the videotape them. So how did he know at that sorta got me hook George Knapp with us, and we're gonna be talking about some incredible things that Georgia's covered including his work on hunt for the skin Walker next hour, we'll take your phone calls with them. And folks trust me when I tell you there is no reporter like George Knapp in the country who is as a fishing as what he does Linda Moulton out as a great. Job. But Georgia's a true investigative journalists who just keeps going for that story. And do you think one day, George, we will get Stephen Bassett thinks disclosure? I do not in. No, I think that the if we're talking about this closure the capital D where the president comes out mix. Some kind of a speech or announcement and says, you know, the aliens are here. It's true. They've been visiting us. There isn't much we can do about it. I don't see that happening would be incredibly disruptive. And I think probably unsettling to a big bunch of people. I think what we're seeing right now is a form of disclosure without the capital D. It's a innocence. It's confirmation. It's a really exciting time. Maybe the most exciting time in all the years that I've covered it so many pieces seemingly in motion on the subject more than any other time since I've been chasing it so much energy new people interested in active, and and things are moving. I mean, probably the most important changes that the rest of the media. Are finally catching up to you. And coast to coast on this subject, George because the media environment has totally changed the New York Times when they broke out this story in December of twenty seventeen about a secret. Pentagon study of UFO's that changed everything it made it acceptable for other news media to cover the topic. And they did the Washington Post the LA times that CNN and FOX multiple FOX broadcast hill or teen fifteen months later and Newsweek and time and and publications that don't normally take this seriously have tickets area sleep the result is people in Capitol Hill, staff members of congress, even elected members of congress are now paying attention to it. And I'm sure we'll get into some details about that later. But the ball has really been moved down the field, it it is a remarkable change in a short period of time. And I said for somebody like me, it's really exciting. I did not expect disclosure idle expect a formal announcement. But I. What we're already seeing a series of individual events, seemingly unrelated but all heading in the same direction. Share your skepticism about disclosure, George. I think if we get it it's going to be whistle blowers. And people that you uncover we uncover who come forward and just tell us the way it is in hopefully sooner than later, but it's an amazing subject, and you do find now that the media seems to be picking up more and more on these stories where years ago it was kind of like swept under the carpet. But they seem really interested. These days don't think well big time. I think we have to give credit a lot of that credit to to the stars Tom delong as a rockstar. He's not the guy you expect to make a big splash on this subject. But the guy really applied himself to it. He got in touch with a series of higher and higher up got them to talk to him. I know that a lot of people in the UFO community are suspicious of that. But he was sort of keeping me in the loop each step of the way as it happened. And I think the crowning achievement was a guy named Louis Ellas Ondo Luella Zondo came forward. He had been in charge of this Hennigan program. He quit because he felt it wasn't getting the resources and attention that it deserved. He was counterintelligence and intelligence operative put his life on the line for the American public many times in his career, and he came forward and spoke about it. What he had learned said. In fact, this had been taken seriously at the highest levels that the Pentagon did not stop the study of UFO's in nineteen sixty nine when project blue book ended, which is the official line is that that's when they thought because there was nothing to study that it wasn't a matter of national security interests. And of course, we always expected that was not the case. And now we've had it confirmed that it wasn't those guys along with a fella named Chris Mellon who from the Mellon family, a wealthy and influential family he hit. Chosen a life of public service worked for intelligence capacity on Capitol Hill and then for the defense department at two different administrations. Jim Sam van guy from the CIA doctor how put off a business people of that caliber came forward and said this stuff is true. It needs to be studied. And that seems to be what's happening. We don't have a full picture of everything going on behind the scenes, but it's pretty clear from what we know that quite a bit is is implying that you're is. And we're going to talk a lot more about what you've been doing George in this field. We'll talk about Bob. Bigelow wanna take a quick moment to Georgian. Thank you for your participation on coast-to-coast..

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"jim  sam" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

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03:44 min | 2 years ago

"jim sam" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"And now we've had it confirmed that it wasn't those guys along with a fella named Chris Mellon who from the Mellon family, a wealthy and influential family, he hit chosen a life of public service worked for intelligence capacity on Capitol Hill and then for the defense department at. Two different administrations. Jim Sam van a guy from the CIA doctor hell put off a physicist people of that caliber came forward and said this stuff is true. It needs to be studied. And that seems to be what's happening. We don't have a full picture of everything going on behind the scenes, but it's pretty clear from what we know that quite a bit is is in play. Sure is and we're going to talk a lot more about what you've been doing George in this field. We'll talk about Bob. Bigelow one quick moment to Georgia. Thank you for your participation on coast to coast. I mean, you are just a staple for us. And for me, personally, it just feels great to know that I've got somebody of your caliber doing these shows on weekends keeping things going, and I just want you to know how much we appreciate you. Well, I appreciate you your support Georgia. You know, I tell people when they ask about it that you have had my back the whole time I've been there, and I get a really kick out of doing the show. It's a different format for me as you can do a lot of you can cover a lot of ground than four hours as you know. Sure, can you ever get tired? I mean, you working fulltime as or as a television. Reporter you doing our shows, but we somehow seem to get energy the older. We don't we. Well. Yeah, I feel that way. And as I said, it's a really exciting time. Now, I I'll I'll sleep, but I'm dead and. Feels like a golden opportunity to move the ball down the field right now. Exciting time stay with us. George. Napa is with us. He is one heck of a reporter and my colleague here on coast to coast. He's associated with the show way back during the days of art bell as well. We're gonna come back and talk more with him about some of these issues including Bob Bigelow. How important was he to the field of Ufology? And where is he now? And also Georgia's book out he's got a couple. But these got a film that this called hunt for skin Walker and his book is called hunt for skin Walker. We'll talk about that too and calls with George next hour on coast to coast AM to access the audio archives of coast to coast AM logo into Costa coast, AM dot com. Coast to coast will be right back. Don't go away. This is five seventy K L. Here is a real news and information update on five. Seventy KLIF manhunt is underway in Colorado for an eighteen year old woman. Authorities say is obsessed with the Columbine attack in his made threats against schools in the Denver area. FBI agent. Dean Philip says sold was last seen in the foothills near the city. She has made some concerning comments in the past. She has expressed an infatuation with Columbine and events shooting that happened tragically twenty years ago. And because.

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16:45 min | 3 years ago

"jim sam" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Fascinating show here on coast to coast AM. Hi, everybody, Connie Willis here. We are talking with Jim Peniston of the rental Shaam incident. His latest book coming out here soon is going to be called the rental Shaam 'nigma. And then the second one is shortly after that GM. I gotta ask you if we can go back to that regression. Did you did you learn things that you had no idea that happened? Was there any type of I gotta ask this was there, did you notice any missing time that was longer than you saw? And did you get was there any type of duck that you later found out good question? What happened was is after I got in from the fields from the investigation. See I notice my mom watches. Forty five minutes off the time. Of the of the regular clocks. And so that has always bothered me. But I'm I'm I I'm gonna be contributed to the part where and I put my hand on the triangular glitch. And maybe that wasn't three seconds. Maybe it wasn't five seconds wasn't ten seconds. Maybe that that took forty five. I don't know. Did she find out anything when she regressed you about that? No, not no not from the recall from the transcript. You know, what I don't know if. Now from the transcripts. It was unmanned the crafts. Yeah. It's intelligent control. But you know, I I the reason I'm calling the intelligent control is because when it took off. Why would it make a right turn? Right. Right. I mean, those are things that you know, from observations for that. But and novel. No snow. I don't think. So. Okay. Okay. Well, what about I mean? You know, you just now said it was unmanned what if they were tiny little itty bitty things. I mean, I just say throw it out there. Well, i'm. There's definitely no way. It can be Tyler's by. A human being. I mean, right. Oh, yeah. It just wasn't big enough. I mean high. Gotcha unhumorous that's really interesting about that is because when they had the containment team coming off from Langley a couple of days. She wants thirty out, and they they only sense off area and all that kind of stuff, and they did tests and one of the tests that is the ground was frozen, you know, because, you know, the time of year, and and the impressions were like a inch and a half down ground, and they determined that this craft wait some around seven tons so. Wow. Wow. Yeah. Yeah. On the on the landing gear that didn't exist. I can see. Yeah. That was interesting too, by the way. So let's take a phone call here. Anti on the wild line card of Alabama has a question for you. Jim. Hi there. Anne, welcome to coast to coast. How are you? Hi, ana. Yes. Any is. Okay. She is asking. Cam so nice of you come on the show. I would like to know about the story of heard about the craft flew over at Brando, Sean and send a light beam or blue thing on a nuclear missile facility and disabled the nuclear missiles does that have anything to do with this incident, you're talking about no. Well incident was that was it that Lauder. Well, no, I I my Donnelly thinking about that. It would started attributed the bent waters. I know of even you know, from what started Nevelson Pearl hall told me that that sounds case. Yeah. Thank thank you for that. Call an ala Alabama, you know, that's the thing with so bitty. There's different documentaries out there. There's different things that you hear. But that was a whole nother incident that I remember she's talking about where you are foes were seen over the missiles, and they were shut off new nuclear missiles, and they were turned off. Let me tell you about sergeant novels one of the things that he was upset about it. You just told me that some of the last couple of months, he I think it was oh, I can't remember the documentary knowledge mega few years ago. And. Paranormal something, okay. I can't remember the documentary. And anyway Monroe was really upset because they edit it to make it sound like the beams of light were shooting down in the weapons story. Sherry, yes. I remember that. Yeah. That. That's that's how it sounded. That's what the company wanted. Stike livid over it. He sustain what I said. No, they cut it out. And they think they they they put it the way they wanted to present to the public. That's the problem is with documentaries, everyone I've done the best part of them. I guarantee you are on the cutting room floor. Yes. They're out to make money. You know? But it you're looking for one hundred percent truth. You're not gonna find it. And the thing is they don't need to fake it. They don't need to change it. It's already crazy enough to do that. They don't need to do that. It's just drives me crazy because not only do they do, you know, not only do they do it continuously. But they change these people that really do want to learn about it. They get the wrong information just because somebody wants to I don't know make it different than it is in some way where they think it's better. But it's not is not matter. It's already incredible. As it is. You know, the the Renison forest instrument is not about me. It's not about any other witness out there what it's about it's about the binary code. That's what it's about it. Always. I oh, I didn't know that at the beginning. But now we're at a point of. Our research that is what it's about and the the discoveries that Gary has done are have shown the code within the code and the mass don't lie. I mean, we're gonna stand behind one hundred fifty percent. And and then challenge anybody the debunk. These are good. It's good research. What can you tell us the code and the code within the code? Oh, my it's got to do with the some coordination sites. And is how they will show different things around the world. And plus one of the things that does is it concentrates on the Giza pyramids, and it identifies to changes that are on the right now known, and we do have a team that's actually doing research that's very vulnerable passive speak on it. So were hoping that they get enough permissions from the government of Egypt to do some real thorough research with it. And we're sure that there's gonna be a major find what's it in in the very near future. Major find what do you think that find might be who knows who knows what those those chambers? I mean, maybe there used to be anything. But we think it's it's comedy into that. So you got any of the remote viewers working on that? And the military guys. No, no, no. No. No. No, no. But some of them now, these are these are these are these are actually scientists and their. They're going to go in and do the real thing. Yeah. These are their professors are on grants for other reasons with the universities. Yeah. And we're looking for substantial information to come out. So yeah, we're we're we're quite pleased to. That's great. Yeah. It's so yeah. This the incidents doubt about me. Soundbite anybody any person? It's about something much bigger. Excellent Patty wildcard line number two out of Seattle. Hey there. Patty, welcome to coast to coast. You have a question for Jim. Sure, do and I wanna give a shout out to you Connie. I hear your very first show. You were so giddy. Got to show that show. Thank you. So happy to hear you on the show. You I told you I was going to try and be caller. And here I am. So. Jim Jim Sam my red orb UFO video which I'm not a creator or anything. I just tried to get somebody to see an end Jim managed to look at it. And it was only one of five cliffs, so I put him up on YouTube. So anybody can look at them if they want to, but yeah, Jim, I followed you for probably I don't know twenty some years, and your story is absolutely fascinating. So I what I really wanted to know is and especially since I had this recent sighting, L alone. Did you feel just suddenly joining a club of those who've experienced a UFO sightings something so out of this world, and Secondly feeling separated from the rest of the? Population who has never seen anything and to them. It's just hearsay. Well, it is life changing. There's no doubt about that. I wonder if that forest not believing in such stuff as your photos, and all that kind of thing by left with a total different viewpoint. Yeah. It's something that I had to live with so far thirty eight years, and it's unique. And I don't try to judge anybody on, you know, there encounters or whatever. I think that's it's a personal thing. Like with Randall show. You know, quite honestly, I I don't really care if anybody believes that are not it doesn't bother me because you know, I was on the ground. I was there. I know what happened. So I I don't think I li- I like to public. Bothered me like that. You know, the the naysayers are. People trying to to bunket. Hey, they're doing a really bad job at the bunker. This is thirty eight years come on. Yeah. Patty. Thank you so much for that question out of Seattle. Nice lady. And boy she's into a two and she did she. She nailed you. She got you. She said she was going to. Yeah. I've seen those videos like she says, well, what do you think? I don't know. This is a downside. It's it's a you AP. I don't know what to say. I bet you see those a lot. Yeah. It's nice to be able to watch a actual video that was taken in someone's backyard. And this the first time it's happened. I had happened with a lady who lives in northwest, Indiana two. She showed me one. And I even sent it out to my friends that were JPL it works out JPL in California. And also at Lucasfilm's. Have you ever seen a good? They come back. And they say they don't know what it is. So you know, those things there. Yeah. You know, all the reports ninety nine percent are explainable, you know, whether it's right. There is aircraft Dr drones or something like that. But then there's that one percents factor. And the one percent factor is huge. I mean of all the reports a year that's like five thousand. Unknowns. So yeah. Have you have you ever hung out and talked with Travis Walton, you know, Travis and I have talked back and forth, you know, on the internet Matt for twenty years. I guess, you know, whether it's advice, or whatever it is. One thing. I'd like to do is probably get with him and just sit down and have a a long talk. That would be a I think productive talk. Oh my gosh. I want blue rock to be right there with you, man. That would be awesome. I couldn't imagine have have a nice steak dinner little bottle of wine and talk that would be fabulous. There you go. Now, it'd be fabulous wildcard line. Number three. Charles out of Elgin, Texas, Charles is that right is Elgin elegant elegant taxes. That's how he pronounced it down here. Like, the Elgin marbles over there in Elgin, Illinois, one of those places. Well, welcome to coast. Yep. I Well, I I wanted to ask I'm on acid and James, Jim. All right. If he's if if at any point in college and had an interest. Yeah. Showdown and interests. They may have had an interest in not shown it in in the Randall some incident. But also, what do you think you think that that any technology that might be discovered say at Giza or somewhere else, we'll be sequestered or do you think you might be able to get some knowledge of it out to the public? Well, the plan is to go have a full disclosure. Yes. Fine. As far as naval intelligence, the people that I didn't not know they were serious enduring the bracing aside building and one was American and the other one had a British accent. So as far as naval intelligence. I I can't ask I had nothing to indicate that. Oh. Yeah. How good Charles. Thank you. I answered.

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