17 Burst results for "Jim Matthews"

"jim matthews" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 3 d ago

"jim matthews" Discussed on KOMO

"I love training driver No driving I'd rather be on a train Eugene falconer of New York is one of those travelers leaving his car parked and riding the rails but his dream I'd like to take one to California actually Yeah That's a long way You get to see the country For many others the reality is the train is just more convenient Only because I live far away and I it takes about 5 hours to drive Marion Siegel lives near Boston but was on the train to New Jersey visiting her son driving is just too much for her and flying in a pandemic I don't feel safe No I don't I would feel safer in my car but it's tiring Jim Matthews is president and CEO of the national rail passengers association and says train travel is up Are we because it will consider to safer mode you weren't sitting in row one 87 K with an inch between you and the person sitting in the middle seat next to you But Matthew says measuring the uptick and train travel is complicated at the height of COVID less trains were running by design but those that were running were packed and on long distance trips One thing that we saw was a huge increase in the number of sleeper and private room bookings that Amtrak got people were blocking to those kinds of accommodations Over the summer Amtrak's travel numbers were the best they've seen in the first 18 months of COVID More than 1.8 million travelers in July 1.5 million in June Adding to the increase in popularity attention from Washington including from President Biden nicknamed Amtrak.

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"jim matthews" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:03 min | 6 months ago

"jim matthews" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Powerhouse for Alabama. Giant cranes unload car parts and copper off cargo ships. Hundreds of feet long forklifts unpack iron and peanuts and trains that stretch for miles. Adams says a passenger trains sharing the same railroad to New Orleans would just clog up that supply chain. Yes, it would get disrupted if there were congestions or delays at the port. Most of the country's railroad tracks are not owned by Amtrak, but private companies that make a lot of their money from freight, Adams says. If one of those new, passionate trains delays a freight train, then the ship waits. If the ship whites that cost our shippers, But Amtrak supporters say there's plenty of room on the rails for both freight and passenger trains. Jim Matthews is the president of the Real Passengers Association, which advocates for Amtrak were operating so many fewer trains now that we used to, uh, that it's just unless we're talking about Tripling or quadrupling the number of trains all around the United States, which were not, um it's the argument really doesn't hold up. Both sides agree that tracks between Mobile and New Orleans need upgrading but disagree on the cost. The Federal Railroad Administration estimates it will be about 100 million in state and federal dollars. The company that owns the railroad says it will cost billions. It's more than just opposition from free trains keeping Americans from having a European style passenger train network. There's culture. Americans just aren't used to hopping on trains. Our cities are stretched far apart. So planes just make more sense there faster, sometimes even cheaper. But Matthews argues Amtrak and offer routes for communities ignored by major airlines like Memphis in Cincinnati. Those are significant cities, and yet they've lost the light Air service because the airlines just don't want to serve a lot of smaller communities. Even if Biden's infrastructure plan were to become law, Amtrak would have to spend a lot of that money fixing existing lines overdue for repair. Rather than building new ones. So the route to Biden's Amtrak Golden Age dream will not be an express for NPR news. I'm Stephen Masalha in Birmingham, and you're listening to all things considered from NPR news at 12 minutes to five. We're going to check in with Julie Depeche. Our traffic report starts in Fremont this time. That's where a car in a pickup truck collided. Southbound 8 80 just after Dakota Road doesn't look like lanes are blocked little slow from Alvarado Boulevard. Better news. Morgan Hill that four car crash out of the lanes South 11 at Cochran Road. You're back of starts at Coyote Creek Golf Drive East found 5 80 coming out of the Tri Valley. 33 minutes North Livermore Avenue to Tracy, Julie Depeche for KQED. Thanks, Julie. We'll talk to her again in about 10 minutes. Traffic support comes from good eggs. Support for KQED comes from Bluefield law, helping to make dreams of starting a nonprofit a reality. Bluefield Law provides a comprehensive package, including legal advice, All paperwork and applications learn more about forming a nonprofit at Bluefield law. Com. Two weeks after the mass.

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"jim matthews" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:54 min | 11 months ago

"jim matthews" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"From ABC News. I'm Michelle Frandsen President Joe Biden today using his executive powers once again while he awaits Congress to take up his $1.9 trillion rescue relief package. The president's signing orders to help clear the way for more economic relief for millions of Americans say BC's Andy Field has more from Washington resident Biden's executive orders extended eviction protections, increase food stamp and other food assistance and demands federal contractors pay workers. A living wage. We can not will not let people go hungry, Mr Biden, saying his giant America rescue plan must get through Congress. If the countries to move past the pandemic, get everyone vaccinated and the economy back to normal. Andy FIELD. ABC NEWS Washington Some Republicans are saying that the Bidens support for that package is too steep. The Senate, also working through Biden's Cabinet picks but won't take up a vote today likely on the Treasury secretary nominee Janet Yellen, her confirmation on hold right now, But White press White House press secretary Jen Psaki today says the Senate committee has moved her nomination along. President is very happy to see that Janet Yellen, the first woman who would ever leave the U. S Treasury Department, was unanimously voted out of committee this morning. Coronavirus cases still high around the country states trying to ramp up vaccinations and call for more doses to be distributed in New Jersey. They're also reporting two cases of the UK covert 19 variant. Jersey Health Commissioner Judas Parish Cali. Today we are reporting that two confirmed Cove it 19 variant cases. Involving the B 117 or the U. K variant. Have been identified in New Jersey, she says. One case is a man in the sixties, another a young child they contracted that was first detected in the UK. The unidentified man was never hospitalized and no longer has symptoms. You're listening to ABC News from California's capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1. Hey, FBK. Good afternoon. It's one of two. I'm Dana Hess with your top local stories. Ah, serious winter storms lining up to deliver some much needed rain and snow to Northern California and the Sierras. Meteorologist Jim Matthews with Sacramento Weather Service says the storm that started this morning will carry over into the evening hours chance of isolated thunderstorm in the Sacramento Stockton area. There will be some snow where the Sierra Today A couple of inches of snow, rain and snow will continue on Sunday and overnight into Monday, heaviest part of next week's storm is expected Wednesday, greatly helping the low snowpack and water levels in the state. California Department of Justice, opening a civil rights investigation into the L. A County sheriff's department to see if there's a pattern of breaking the law. Attorney General Javier Becerra said the investigation will seek to determine whether l S L. E s D has.

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"jim matthews" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:40 min | 11 months ago

"jim matthews" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Kfbk. Body Today. Arena times this morning, tapering to a shower or two this afternoon will be breezy, as well with a high of 56 to 60 a street evening shower mostly cloudy overnight with patchy fog forming the 42 44. There is a falling tomorrow morning. Otherwise, clouds and sunshine with the high of 55 to 59 a macula others. Joe Lundberg News 93.1 kfbk. Currently it is 52 degrees in Sacramento with rain and clouds. And that is our lead story this half hour get ready for wet and snowy week this week. Northern California. Expecting more rain, More snow kfbk Jody Guerrero has the report. Over the holiday weekend. Three separate storm systems left widespread showers in the valley and light snowfall in the mountains. National Weather Service meteorologist Jim Matthews says A stronger system is coming in today with conditions light, heavy rain, heavy mountain snow and some gusty winds. The weather Service issued a winter storm watch that lasts until 4 a.m.. Tomorrow they weren't of potentially hazardous travel conditions over the Sierra Nevada and in Sacramento. Matthew says the storm should dissipate tomorrow, but another smaller system is forecast. For Wednesday. Jody Guerrero News 93.1 KFBK Santa Clara County is reporting massive wait times at local emergency rooms. KFBK zero L belong with detailed County Health Department said on several occasions this past week. Ambulances have waited up to seven hours to get a patient into the emergency department, the department said extended away times are largely due to the significant volume of patients at hospitals. County has 691 patients.

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"jim matthews" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"jim matthews" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The one that's always kind of fun to mention is ah is Will Venable Coach. You know that name will Venable? Yeah, He was a padre and Max Venables kid. He was Max Venables kid in the expendables one of those guys. It's like a litmus test of your Giants fans should ask me if I knew Max Venable. That's what you want. If you knew Max Venable, you were hardcore. Because you know, the Giants weren't good. And he was a bench guy. He was utility guy kind of Sort of 1/5 outfielder, and he just sort of was the symbol of like, you know, I mean, if you walk around a rock in your Max Venable knowledge that you are you are legit and years was he was in the seven is a 79 80 81. Although he played with So without put a gun to my head here. If you look it up, I'm going to go ahead and say he was a man. I can hear Brad yelling at me right now. I'm gonna go ahead and say it was 79. 82 But you tell me, um, I write good knowledge 79 83 did plug. He played 94. You know what Copes? I should have said 83 because Kruk also count him as a teammate and cook arrived in 83. So my bad on that that sets of unease e layup. So he hung around for four years. And what were the most at bats he had in a year? Most of bats get too. He never crested to 50. It's no he did. The most about you is a giant was in his last season in 83 228 on Ly two other times that you have over 100 bets, just hanging it out fast. Career batting average. I'll say to 44 to 41 acknowledged just throwing stuff, and I think he came up after he left because he was he was a light hitting. He was that? Yeah, it came up after he left when he was with the Giants. I think you were speeding defense. Guys, like 1 61 80 to 62. And then all of a sudden here comes his son. And you're like women. Is that Max Venables kid? You're like, Yeah, that's maximum levels. Kidneys in the big and I believe copes Shana to the one percenters. I think he went to Princeton didn't time That's news to me. I don't know. Yeah, Yeah. Will Venable, I think went to Princeton and then got drafted and, ah There are other brother wound up playing football at Boise State and was pretty darned good to on those really good. Boise State teams. His brother, there was a second brother and he was a stud. Kellen Moore seems like recently I want to say here, Dad, I'm goingto like you put a gun to my head. Now here type in Boise State football Venable and see what comes up. Can't rember the gentleman's name. It's not on me, man. I should come up with that It was was Max Venable is he like around the same era is like Gary Matthews. Is that like he would carry Matthews is a little before Max, and certainly more decorate. Also another son, who played a great outfielder Big Steve Matthews. Jim Matthews was that was a rookie of the Year for the Giants in 1973. And it's kind of funny that Sandburg game that you'll one day watch that video I sent you. He's in that game. Gary Matthews is in that game, which is incredible. He was a he was a heck of a player because he was a rookie of the year. 73. And then in that that Sandburg aim is an 80 for he wasn't because he was a cub. Did you look at the Boise State football? No, no, no, I didn't. I didn't Sorry I was I was knee deep in some Max Venable stats here is looking at his 1 88 batting average. As we're on a roll here just can't have Ah, Career homers. Eight. I'm just throwing that out. Yes, And I'm just guessing right now. And what's crooked, Like cruising like, five. What was it? What was Venables? What was told that I was sorry, but I see No, I clicked away Do now you're now you're catching me looking at boys. Look, never mind. I was just having some fun. That's all that you don't have to worry. You know. Max Venable career home runs 18. All right. I sold him short. I sold him short. That's not bad. And Ah, okay. Boise State football. The Venable kid was I'll look it up here. He was playing well, this is it, man. This is what we do. It's all I do is go and Winston Venable. Winston Venable, and he wound up playing in the Canadian Football League had a cup of coffee with the Bears had a cup of coffee with a big hole in the CFL. He play for play for a great company CEO Montreal Alouettes. It's okay. It was an argument. Jonty Loretta and so, Yes, So how about Max's genes? He had one kid in the in the One kid in the bigs and the other kid in the CFL. Pretty on. Good man's pretty good. You think Max would hit hired two for 44? I'm just kidding. I'm kidding. I'm listening. Griffen, Speaking of Teammates I played. I played golf with his teammate. Yesterday, the great drank, I pouted out of Richmond had a gun clip shot Richmond Country Club. What a beautiful spot man and people should go over there Because there it's It's the best kept secret in the bay. It really is. You can waltz on in there for a pretty decent number. As versus other country clubs, and it's a great track going on trips. I frequently say USF basketball games in the best kept secret. That's a pretty It's the USF hoops of golf clubs. It is calling that a really good a now and nobody knows like US F. It has a tremendous history where Sam Snead and Ben Hogan played there in the in the thirties and forties. Dude, I mean, It's gonna be legendary players, and it's happening in San Francisco catching a division one game Bill Frickin Russell and Casey Jones played there. I sleep on the heart, right? Jordan's going. I'm going. Really. Albany. Wake typesetting it nicely, by the way, Shannon to type. I know for a while, he he he didn't like He kind of gave up the game because he was he was not playing to his liking. He was so disgusted. But he's found his swing. He's hitting the ball well, hey, was pretty funny. There was just a funny little kip anecdote. So we're on the 13th hole, par five. Dogleg right and Chi Ping. I hit drives. It was one of the rare times I put a drive in the fairway coats. My driver don't even like Dude, I need to go see a shrink or something right now that I know you. I have the driver hips. I got the driver frickin Yepes. And that ain't a good place to be Okay, buddy. When you're smother hooking everything off the teeth, and all I need to do is out on the fairway. I'm fine. Put a 4567 iron in my hand. I feel good. Let's there should know, too. Murph and I played last week. He had this happen a couple times to do. I was hit bad shots to get off the tee and few times. Murphy was the one where he hooks it and he swings and he comes all the way through his backswing. Let's go in the club. What plants like 14 15 feet behind him because he's so mad at himself, and I don't want to throw the club. It's more of a release. But the funny thing is you just stand there and your gaze off into your back's shot for 3 to 4 sacks like soaking it before you decide. I'm gonna get another one because you don't want yet Then you got that key. Next one. I'm not. I'm not playing that working breakfast. Fall on 13. My go to line, I say, What is this?.

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"jim matthews" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"jim matthews" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Bill de Blasio get to that audio here in a moment earlier this week though the NYPD commissioner disbanded a plain clothes and a plainclothes anti crime unit which had a history of high profile police shootings and death as well president trump by releasing a long awaited national plan to address the high number of veterans suicides he's proposing initiatives including firearms safety and wellness programs at work places to the new barriers set near railroads and bridges now according to the sixty six page plan the fifty three million dollar to your effort will include a public message campaign to raise awareness about suicide at a time of increased social distancing in isolation during the pandemic still remains unclear how much of it could result in immediate concrete action much of the effort needs congressional action as well as cooperation from governors and local groups the battle between president trump and social media sites like Twitter is being waged on another level the justice department wants Congress to do away with the legal protections afforded to online platforms now under proposed changes Google Facebook and Twitter and similar sites would lose their shield against legal responsibility for what users post it comes as president trump's men lashing out on Twitter for tagging to his recent tweets with fact checks the president has denounced them as editorial decisions aimed at making him look bad tell him where it hurts that's what some civil rights groups are saying about Facebook this summer they want large advertisers to pull their ad campaigns next month the reason they say Facebook doesn't do enough to stop racist and violent content on the site among the groups seeking at the Facebook ad boycott include the N. double ACP the anti defamation league color change Free Press and common sense Facebook has into is it coming to Donnie T. acts of the trump administration plans to carry on with its approach to world trade pressuring other countries to lower their tariffs on US products and perhaps make it harder for imports to enter the U. S. duty free in testimony before Congress Wednesday trade representative Robert Lighthizer said the administration would push for more change at the World Trade Organization that's the Geneva based enforcer of global trade rules of the administration's accused of anti US bias he described the WTO as a mass that's failed the United States and the international trading system Amtrak is accounting service later this year on most of its long distance routes nationwide three times a week instead of the current daily service because ridership is down Amtrak spokesperson said Wednesday the cuts will take effect October first and remain until at least the summer of twenty twenty one but the the service could be restored if demand picks up Jim Matthews president and chief executive of the rail passengers association advocacy groups of the cuts are short sighted and will hurt long term demand.

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"jim matthews" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"jim matthews" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Ninety three point one J. F. B. K. continuing coverage with fire season now upon us and several blazes still burning throughout the state it does look like our weather forecast here in Sacramento could ease the tensions of local fire officials gave his birdie Fernandez now worries about more fires springing up in the Sacramento Valley will soon dissipate for some fire officials were monitoring hot and humid conditions yes we expect the on shore breeze to pick up tonight and that'll bring in higher humidity along with some gusty winds but the higher humidity in the much cooler temperatures tomorrow and through the weekend that'll alleviate a lot of the fire weather concerns that have been tightened over the last couple of days to decide rather warm and dry weather that's forecaster and meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Sacramento Jim Matthews who also says by all accounts were in for another cool and beautiful weekend ahead Brody Fernandez news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. and actually coming up in our building a better Sacramento helping plaster county residents prepare for fire season right now this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one K. if the from ABC news I'm Terry Alden or a shelter in place order is in effect in Paso Robles California ABC's Alex stone says it's in connection with yesterday's ambush style attack on the city's police headquarters area the manhunt under way right now another shooting in San Luis Obispo county one day after a sheriff's deputy was shot in the face and a homeless man was shot in the back of the head during an ambush on police headquarters in past roll bliss a large police response is happening once again responding to.

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"jim matthews" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"jim matthews" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Todd Herman the network Jim Matthews to be in tomorrow rush Limbaugh we've back where he belongs where this nation needs him on Friday I bring up little later in the day what Hillary Clinton just said what do you care it is the president is joining the race is ready to describe distract from his failures to take the coronavirus yours too early on bubble bubble ball don't fall for it you know it's something that we're going to point out it's just real quick is we don't know if when you type that you're typing it with your notion of what an African American accent sounds like we're voice African American boys we don't know maybe that's in your heads because you were the one who goes out and painters constantly in a racist white incredible congressman Louie Gohmert joins us on the Rush Limbaugh program congressman welcome to Russia show Hey great regarding gives out thank help yeah she did get to talk to you again the New York Post some people say that kind of put you in the blame seat saying that you were slowing down legislation that would help the American people and from what I understand what you've seen is our turn to technical errors because no one's reading this stuff so so tell rush's audience about this congressman well it wasn't just a matter of technical layers there are disasters in that bill and they would end up costing people jobs and amazing this is a Democrat bill the Democrats have the majority in the house that they put it together there was discussion with Mnuchin now but do they go after small businesses you know under obamacare they exempted every business with less than fifty employees in there as they only go after businesses with less than five hundred employees the big corporations the ones with the biggest most lavish lobbyists exempted those that's the Democrats exempted all the big business their defense well you know what lot of them are already doing what we're trying to do here but the trouble is when we're talking about really small businesses even if the government reimburses them for paying people not to work they are going to be and desperate what what some of them already are in desperate situations as far as making their rental payment there are other standard monthly payments so this bill didn't really address it but the good thing is and I'm being sarcastic a lot more government more intrusion from the department of labor department of treasury Monterey you checking you out yeah it is the opportunity that the crisis this is what the Democrats with the way they look at it gives them a chance to get more government involved and so anyway it's just amazing to going after small businesses now there were there were versions of began changing in Thursday and.

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"jim matthews" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

10:01 min | 1 year ago

"jim matthews" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Bill Martinez I thought it was a great night for Bernie Sanders I thought it was a great night for Donald Trump I thought it was a terrible night for the Democrats the truth is Bernie Sanders is on a trajectory with a democratic nominee to me he I just don't see him having any shops in the general election on absolutely no one Bernie Stephanie come on he's an anarchist to burn down the United States if we nominate a socialist like Bernie Sanders B. like George McGovern it'll be a blowout just in the ring to the burning people you don't want nothing is certainly doesn't get your respects operas needs to step down is a joke he's a clown you can run the Democratic Party anymore it's lost its way see how Democrats they put a socialist at the top of the ticket it is a sentenced for the party and the need to Donald trump's reelection loser the Democrats I disagree with socialism I believe in the markets I think he's wrong I think you'll never get it done hello this time you will never go that direction by the level of forty nine states corporate didn't work in England Bernie and can work in the United States anyone there is I mean it was not only the democratic candidates averaging one another it was their own media of their own propaganda machine savaging one another with this right now is the deputy research director at the media research center Jeff Dickens Jeff good to have you with us how are you I'm doing great things for me on well what what what what a mess I mean you you watched it and this was that the only good thing for this debate was that it it got ratings right yeah it's a big city audience out that is for sure well I they just I mean Mike Bloomberg did call out to Sanders he just said come on look at you know socialism go isn't going to work and even in on a course Sanders said I had to take some immediate exception to that and then it was like okay how many houses do you have and I you're a millionaire I'm a billionaire so we got all that out and you know and then the food fight continued yeah it was LOL well it was entertaining but it was a this is the coverage of all of this debate there in the media because they're they're all panicking about D. Sanders give you get this dental support that he will not hello and they're worried they're no more goals do they want to see Donald Trump to keep it at that the liberal media and basically even think Bernie Sanders could lose in a landslide what they've been doing for the last thirty forty years is hiding in the fact that the Democratic Party is basically dead in a socialist like party where does Carney whose power on the open call the calls you socialists and and they're like stop doing that because if you look at the quote unquote moderates in the democratic stage which are in people to judge you look at the record it is a new place to look at their records enclosure for example one study we found eighty seven percent of time with with twenty senior center then it tapers so a great judge wants to the bar select trocar which get a free college to legal immigrants so it's still a moderate and they all want to give free healthcare to illegals as well they raised their hands right without exception so you have their eyes they really expose himself in you know in on Bridget Jay you know some are starting to do a little bit that little bit more vetting on in which the mainstream I mean he's been the Darling of the mainstream media but it's interesting they're starting to take a couple of steps back from but a judge they're not propping him up as much as they have been in the last couple of weeks I've noticed and you know what what is starting to come out is there but a judge is to add to his involvement with that you know with with the socialist and and communist ideas it you know and even things that Bridget you wrote his as a young man in college and and in high school the eight you know his you know he he has rarely mollified his his statements in his wording in such a way that it yet you know you almost feel like he's a bit of a double agent here yeah you know you're right but again this is something we've been seeing I just recently in an aircraft is over I will honestly decades that you're using a liberal media try to hide the left of the party you had Chris Matthews the staff was fastening because he's he's out and saying you know eight he's kind of like one of maybe the two of the last of the other people on MSNBC that does remember there were modest in Democratic Party and he has a brother Jim Matthews in Pennsylvania I'm sure the Republicans in public sector borrowing insurance tell them look away in coal mining country during a can you can not nominated candidates are talking about all these green new deals are good Olympic also is chocolate well in the thing is that in this is thing is amazing to me is they are echoing what Hillary Clinton said which was a failed message in sixteen and I guess they figure somehow they're going to continue to pound it into the voter politic and convince them that cold is no more that they should walk away from their jobs and just trust the government to take care of them right yeah and it's if it's a failing strategy and I know it it's it's amazing that still though they're still in the media that think that the brain is the way to go there so Die Hard I mean if you look at actually reading and and emigration that out but that's why this is so the infighting not just within the Democratic Party but even within the liberal and liberals in the media yes exactly well especially because you know when when the elites are on hinge to the degree that they are it's a bit refreshing for us everyday people because you're just watching them I mean you know they would let the have led us to believe all these years that they've got all the goods you know they went to all the right colleges and you know they live in the big houses and they go to the specially selected cocktail parties you know for the special people and here you're watching them and and I got to imagine main street America because the country is looking at these knuckleheads and go on oh my god this is this is this is reality TV this this is hysterical you know and on top of that then they go how much how much are we paying some of his people were paying a hundred and eighty thousand dollars a year and boy they're just the leading out in front of gotten everybody how little they really do know about about government yeah it's it it's it's bad really because I don't think out of Bernie Sanders never had a private job in the private sector at four thirty nine forty started do you know what the government job in any he figured out how to take care of his wife what was the is girlfriend at the time any brings our end basically creates a job for him when he was the mayor there and that Craig and they go Hey wait a minute you know you can't do that well you know he did it and you know they whimpered but nobody really took him the final task to say women you gotta get rid over you know so he's he's had a very a leader is very entitled a way of life for many years and as you said surprisingly he hasn't you know we haven't had a job but yet now he owns three houses in he's a millionaire so he's kind of backed off a little bit on maligning people with millions but then you know he'll go after the billionaires which economic billionaires are we talking about in the country but well I talk about the big scare that that that that the media is not covering as his wife I got all these all this money from this college if you skim exam these colleges by the way you know Bray sake Bernie and they'll see in all talking about all we needed to have free college it's a college is so expensive because maybe you have professors Carol and be able to call on on board better hi can you switch since June FEI levels meaning the outlook of the leftist academia sure exactly let's bring Elizabeth Warren in her cultural appropriation and what she did and the kind of job that she had it at at Harvard as a professor because supposedly she was a minority right right exactly she took a job from a native American thanks to their C. rate well you see this is what the the Democrats do the appropriate and of course now the latest appropriation is that is the economy it's not the the trump economy it's now the Obama economy you know we we get to thank Barack Obama for the economy we have today right right I mean we we get to thank Brock Obama did it's not his caught his economy I mean here he is he served the worst recession in the history of our country in the recovery and you know thank god for Donald Trump and some practical economic principles that is righting the.

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"jim matthews" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"jim matthews" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A reason they drum girls out of the core for let me just ask with two extra points keeping quiet for that to keep it a bargain for three all right try this when Paula what's the odd one out miles M. I. L. E. S. Connors C. O. N. N. O. R. S. Matthews and Hamilton this is so nasty I'm apologizing ahead of time to do the first name yes let's hear Sarah miles during the ceremony so that's not thank you Jamie Connors is another Jim Matthews so we remember Jim Matthews is to work with us channel four I thought you would I thought on you would get the Connors in no time flat Jimmy Carter no not Jimmy Connors Chris who is a tough one C. Vera miles let me give you a hint let let me get you started here the miles that Kim was thinking of is Vera miles zero sounds that help at all well here miles is kind of like a second banana type where does the other side of any Vera miles let's see these were these were the real names of the Gabor sisters these wives of some larger others no I don't think there's anyone in the audience have a thought about this well only I thought you would get Chuck Connors chock and Dave you're going here is.

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"jim matthews" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"jim matthews" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Along the Gulf Coast, most to enjoy the beaches in Gulfport Mississippi, half to get to it on foot or by car. And now possibly by commuter train of Amtrak has its way Amtrak's northern Gulf Coast line would run between New Orleans and mobile Alabama with four stops in Mississippi along the way. But with ridership down by more than seventy thousand customers since twenty twelve between the three states. Is there any benefit for Amtrak seal the row? Passenger's association. Jim Matthews says Amtrak's mission is mobility now profit, it's government funded enterprise, and it exists to create economic benefit for the communities that it serves in Gulfport, Mississippi tros Watson, Fox News and COSCO's going big on, sweets. The retailer selling giant donuts that are more size like cakes than doughnuts. But tough news for those of us in the US you can only buy those in Australia. I'm Carmen Roberts and this is Fox News. By now. You know that wireless technology like cell phones. Do in fact, pose dangers to the health and privacy of everyone block. It pockets wide range of products are unmatched in providing the protection you deserve. No scare tactics. Just commonsense block it. Pocket dot com. Offers quality American-made options to alleviate and eliminate these invisible dangers. Learn more at block it pocket dot com or call eight eight eight three one five nine six one eight block, it, pocket dot com enhancing health and privacy anytime anyplace anywhere radio remains the most intimate of all forms of media at home at work in the car on smartphones. Over ninety percents of consumers still listen to radio every week that makes using radio is a place to advertise your business. One of the best decisions you can make Email advertise. G C, N live dot com, and partner up with an experience. G C N Representative advertise cheesy in live dot com. Easy affordable. Affective..

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"jim matthews" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"jim matthews" Discussed on KCRW

"Choose T Rowe price T Rowe price. Invest with confidence. You're listening to KCRW. This is morning edition, California gets high marks when it comes to certain types of liberal and progressive issues like fighting climate change and supporting renewable energy. But it may surprise you that the Golden State does not score. So well when it comes to women serving in government, sure, four out of five members of the LA county board of supervisors right now are women, but that's an exception women are still far in the minority when it comes to seats in the state legislature and California's congressional delegation, and there are some city councils that have no female members commentator. Joe Matthews says he's come up with a way to change that as he explains and this edition of Zo close, connecting California. It's simple. I didn't come up with it. But in other countries when you want Jared parodying representation, you require gender parodying representation is that legal. Yes. I mean, though, it might require some changes. To our lawn. Perhaps our constitution is a state. But yes, I mean, we have various requirements for representation throughout our government, often are boards and commissions require different constituencies be represented. That's why for just take one example. There's a student Representative on the university of California board of regents if Californians were serious of gender parodying just wanted to talk about it. We could require it. But we haven't chosen to do that yet. I think because we don't know that it's possible do and also because such tools are quickly labeled quotas and for some reason against quotas. Well, how would it work? Let's start with the sort of appointed boards, and panels. And so on that we have around the state. How would you approach that? I think well for volunteer paid ones. I mean, you just require you say, it's gotta be fifty fifty. You know, when you get to people are paid in. This becomes the employees. You might have to change a lot of make explicit that a requirement. Fifty is is is okay, constant with with our nondiscrimination laws. But I mean, you should simply say this body has to be fifty fifty or within a certain range when it comes to elected bodies. You'd have to make a change in the system. One reason we don't have gender parity is because our kind of election system doesn't produce gender parody anywhere in the world where it is used the sort of single member district sorts of elections that we use in California one-seat one person is voted into it. What works is to have elections, which are based on party, which is, you know, most modern democracies us, and you wanna have you know, districts with multiple members where parties offer slates what happens in the European countries and a few others like Tunisia North Africa, we've gotten closer to gender parody is that you require the parties on their slates to have half of the people be women will let me get straight say I'm going to the ballot box. And I'm voting for my local city council. Am I just voting for my party or am? I still voting for a candidate as well. You could do it either way you there's gender perte we stronger if you if you were just voting for slate the for party slate. So you're saying I'm voting for. I don't know the dog lovers party and whoever they're putting in this position. Right. But they would be required or heavily incentivize to produce a list that's diverse and has an has been women both on the way to get. Gender parodies to require gender parody. And we do this. I mean, we're we're doing this right now in corporations that are based in or incorporating California, we've a new law that says that they've gotta have not parody. But at least one board member who's a woman, they're public, and then that goes up to three by twenty twenty one the by the same reasoning you could end up having minorities, whether you're talking racial ethnic age, sexual orientation, physical disability, whatever all saying that they deserve equal representation as well. Right. Couldn't you not couldn't you have having representatives sort of representing special interest rather than the whole their constituency. Yes, I tend tend not to support those kinds, of course, in those areas for certainly in race necessity, which is a very complicated matter, and yes, I realized that gender can be a complicated manner. But the vast overwhelming joy. People identify as male or female and just having that sort of basic rivers in tation is just it also means that sort of different ideas and perspectives are are are represented. And so he's shown that institutions organizations have women in leadership tend to perform better. So for all those reasons this seems like a pretty clear cut case where parody would be good. It would be democratic changing the system to make it possible to mandate. It would improve the election system. This strikes me is one area where we can get the job done. Jim Matthews is a syndicated columnists Zocalo public square. He'll be back next week. And you are listening to KCRW KCRW sponsors include IFC films, presenting read Joan Judi Dench stars in this true story of a woman in her eighties. Who finds herself accused of having leaked nuclear secrets to Russian spies during the final months. Of World War Two in theaters Friday. Santa Monica college and bites you to join award winning robotics, designer.

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"jim matthews" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"jim matthews" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Who's a common man just stopped in to show us his listing tool. Really? What it does is if you're a real estate guy, you're just starting out? You wanna list your home, right? Well, Pinal pineapple labs dot IO. Does what it does? Is it starts from scratch, and it helps you not just what to do and the format for your listening to get it to Optum MLS. But it also hook you up with the people that do it. You know, you got Frank Duran here. He's got all his own people used for years. But there are tons of people that don't or they wanna be at par with Frankie. So they say, hey, they go on there. And they can arrange the photographer the videography and everyone right there in one step. So they can go through and not only list it, but have the professionals do. The visualizations they want. I like that idea. We want to give people a shot to even compete with Frank. So listen I wanted to ask ideal. What's refi doing right now? The rates are kind of steady rates are really good right now. So three thirty year fixed rates right now. Four percent fifteen year fixed rates three and five eighths. Okay. So are you getting a lot of refi refinancing purchase? But what are people's why is there resistance to refi? Well, I think what a lot of people worry about we've talked about this is they want. It's going down time the bottom of the market, and they think well, just wait. They don't have to. That's right with our interest rate guarantee. You do not have we've got to. We'll talk more about that. But if you're thinking about it just give us a call. We got our experts say Sherlock Holmes was in. I feel bad for these kids. I say kids, they're young young people bought this home, its man, pre manuafacturer, a manufactured home champion home. But it's not champion here fall. But this this clown. Jim Matthews at Sherlock Holmes in Colorado Springs that he's doing a project. And yoder. It sounds like he slammed this home down did everything wrong, and it sucks, man. I feel bad for him. And Chris has an attorney now has to fight this damn thing. And all he wants his house done. Right. And it's no small thing. You know? And I sit here and spout out. Oh, you'll have this statute of limitation. You have that statue limitations and the guy just going to go bankrupt, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. But I forget we're talking about someone's home, and Chris I don't want to sell you short here, bro. I really feel for you. But this it so many times people put everything they have behind a home builder and the home builder's just a clown. And I think we need to warn people. If so on the I wanna call him, obviously. And find out what his side of the story is Sherlock, Holmes. Mark. Did you give them a shout yet? You were going to call them. Did you give it left a message when Sherlock Holmes? Yes. We're not the only ones that have this problem with him. We've talked to other neighbors. And they'd have the same problem with him building that houses and everything just things wrong. Just done wrong done.

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"jim matthews" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"jim matthews" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Percent fifteen year fixed rates three and five eighths. Okay. So are you getting a lot of refi refinancing purchase, but water people's why is there a resistance to refi? Well, I think what a lot of people worry about we've talked about this is they want going down time the bottom of the market, and they think well, just wait. They don't have to. That's right with our interest rate guarantee. You do not have we've got to go. We'll talk more about that. But if you're thinking about it just give us a call. We got our experts say, hey, Sherlock, Holmes was in. I feel bad for these kids. I say kids young young people bought this home, its man, pre manuafacturer, a manufactured home champion home. But it's not champion here at fault. But this this clown. Jim Matthews at Sherlock Holmes in Colorado Springs that he's doing a project. In yoder. It sounds like he slammed his home down did everything wrong. And it sucks, man. I feel bad for him. And Chris has an attorney now has to fight this damn thing. And all he wants his house done. Right. And it's no small thing, you know, and I sit here and spout out. Oh, yeah. This statute of limitation. You have that statue of limitations and the guy just going to go bankrupt, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. But I forget we're talking about someone's home, and Chris I don't want to sell you short here, bro. I really feel for you. But this it so many times people put everything they have behind a home builder and the home builder's just a clown. And I think we need to warn people. If so on the I wanna call him, obviously. And find out what his side of the story is Sherlock, Holmes. Mark. Did you give them a shout yet? You were going to call them. Did you give I left a message when Sherlock Holmes? Yes. We're not the only ones that have this problem with him. We've talked to other neighbors. And they have the same problem with him building that houses and everything just things wrong. Just done wrong done.

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"jim matthews" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"jim matthews" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Four percent fifteen year fixed rates three and five eighths. Okay. So are you getting a lot of refi refinancing purchase? But what are people's why is there a resistance to refi? Well, I think what a lot of people worry about we've talked about this is they weren't going down time the bottom of the market, and they think well, just wait. They don't have to. That's right with our interest rate guarantee. You do not have we've got to. We'll talk more about that. But if you're thinking about it just give us a call. We got our experts say, hey, Sherlock, Holmes was in. I feel bad for these kids. I say kids young young people bought this home, its man, pre manuafacturer, a manufactured home champion home. But it's not champion here at fault. But this this clown. Jim Matthews at Sherlock Holmes in Colorado Springs that he's doing a project in Yoder. It sounds like he slammed this home down did everything wrong, and it sucks, man. I feel bad for him. And Chris has an attorney now has to fight this damn thing. And all he wants his house done. Right. And it's no small thing. You know? And I sit here in spout out. Oh, yeah. This statute of limitation. You have that statue of limitations and the guy just going to go bankrupt, blah, blah, blah, blah. But I forget we're talking about someone's home, and Chris I don't want to sell you short here, bro. I really feel for you. But this it so many times people put everything they have behind a home builder and the home builder's just a clown. And I think we need to warn people. If so on the I wanna call him, obviously. And find out what his side of the story is Sherlock, Holmes. Mark. Did you give them a shout yet? You were going to call them. Did you give I left a message when Sherlock Holmes? Yes. We're not the only ones that have this problem with him. We've talked to other neighbors, and they. Have the same problem with him building that houses and everything just things wrong? Just done wrong done.

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"jim matthews" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"jim matthews" Discussed on The Talk Show

"So Jim Matthews. He now works. The company that makes JIRA. Atlassian, he's but he fetches become a little more of a side project. It's still developed it's still updated. But it's no longer in the same kind of active Ford motion. But I'd still, you know, it's still out there in this people who love it. And if you've been using it with FTP SF FTP doesn't support all the new cloud stuff in it the way transmit does. But it is still a piece of software. That is totally up-to-date. It's ready for Mojave, and is a big part of his life for a big chunk of his life. Now, I I remember using it it was before. So now I've been using I was using fetch back before the there's like a standard open. Apple I think it's the ODBC editor. Sweet I forget what he stands for. But it's a way that you can set an FTP client like fat or in argue or transmit to say for this type of file double click. It don't download it. Instead open it. That opens a temp file. And then when you save all you have to do to to to make an edit is just save the file command s and then it sends the apple event back to your FTP client, and in your FTP client will update the version on the software. I was doing that before ODBC even existed because I didn't want to use. I was so appalled by using max v. I a terminal window that I was editing might computer science stuff on a Unix system back in the nineties before this even existed where I would just make a local copy save it. And then I had to do one more step. I had to drag it back into the fetch window and said, yes overwrite do you want to override defile? Yes. And so I was editing files on a remote server in BB at it before it even existed, and I was just thinking you say transmit. I remember to transmit came out. It's it's close. I looked it up. It's like ninety one transmit was like ninety seven or ninety s. Oh, I'm started doing the math. It'd be like twenty years. Yes. So there's, but it's really I mean, I I remember when so transit at twenty years old transmit, I'm using the remember the original name was transit, and they ran panic cable and ran into a trademark conflict, and they'd already built up all this goodwill around the name transit as their name, and they had the truck icon already, and and in this, great branding. And they didn't know what to do because there just two kids who are getting started. And then it like, the I forget who I've probably cable, but one of them came up with what if we just call it transmit, and they realized not only with is that verbally very similar. It starts with the same four letters it actually fits their their the branding, even better. It's actually the better on over the tube. Anyway, I still think of I still think of transmit as the upstart the new FTP client. No, it's it's twenty years old and has been in constant development. But it's it's the new one. I mean, graphic converter is my go-to, partly because its batch processing headed today with a student take control book, and I needed to do this thing. Whereas re-sizing it make sure it was retina the resolution in the usual thing. And I was like coming apple script, I can do automated like, no, no, no, no. I just need to do a crack open graphic converter. And I do a batch thing in there, and I just like drag and drop and click, and it's it's just fantastically useful. It was built as a file conversion units. And it supports. I forget what he's up over two hundred formats and like. Like. Time idea. Well at a time when most apps support the graphic files that supports you know, like graphic converter did all the hard work of actually having the native support for these formats built in. And that's why it has you know, this list of formats such well above and beyond. What what the system supports native? And I was having this conversation with my wife about something..

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"jim matthews" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"jim matthews" Discussed on The Talk Show

"It's not it's not like he can say it, and and brush it off and executives. It would be seen as manipulation of the stock price. And and it can be. Forced out is CEO in barred from serving publicly held companies. All right now, the one here's a story. You wrote published on December thirty first and Clinton only, criminally I still haven't linked to it from different fireball. This is fallen under the guise is something that happens at during fireball where I either linked to something when it's hot off the presses. Or I file it away and think I'm going to link to that when I when I need something. And I've had that this one in my back pocket, and now this is criminal because it's it's February twenty first came out of the funny time, I forgot what was New Year's Eve, which is great. But it's the old guard of MAC Indiana thrived for more than twenty five years. And you wrote this feature for MacWorld on the ones I remember were BB at it from bare bones and p calc from James Thompson at not LA LA. Who else was in the story, fetch right thatch, and then also Lemke softwares Thorson twists Lemke's graphic converter. Graphic converter yet. BBN it put out a thing about hey, we have merged for twenty fifth anniversary. And I was like oh my God. And then of course, it's more than twenty five years, technically. Whatever. And I I'm like, you know, it'd be fun to look back at this because I routinely everyday I use graphic converter DB peacock everyday. And I in some other software. I think that I use that some of it has been around for more than twenty five years, but it's changed hands once or twice still developed, and I'm like, what are the Indy like any developers? It's still a handful of people. Sometimes there were a lot more people in the company, and then shrunk or some are very consistent all along like a twist Lemke towards Solanki is it's mostly him now, and he has contractors who work in the past. I think he had a little more like fulltime help. But this is software that is basically you worked on BB at it. It's it's not the same piece of software. It's kind of the the intent is the same after a quarter of a century. And most of the people involved on the people involved are primarily making their living for a should say, fetch a gym his last name. I'm Jim Matthews. Matthew. Matthews who won on who wants to be millionaire the story of how he funded right? He was a professor at Dartmouth Staffan. He wrote this like Dan calls me says you've got to turn on who wants to be millionaire. Why you said she's Jim Matthews is on it. And I turn it on. And I watched him make a very smart decision to stop because he didn't he knew he didn't know the answer and walk away and a half a million dollars..

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