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"jim mcallister" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:48 min | 1 year ago

"jim mcallister" Discussed on KGO 810

"Tim McAllister. Kgo 8 10. This is the first and show on K g O a 10. You can now listen at home by simply saying Google play K g o a 10. Now here's Pat Thurston, no justice to people. Do not be happy. Want to people? Good afternoon. I'm Pat Thurston. Uhh! You know, it's weird with first of all, Hi, Kim. Jim McAllister is joining me this afternoon. I think she's going to be our news anchor for the entire week. Is that right? I think I will be and I would like to start it all off by saying Aktas. She's an app past person are used to live there. I'll tell you, it's apt title laptops out. You know you can mispronounce it if you want to. I'm telling you, I lived there, so I get it. I get it crying out loud. It's like Lafayette. You know, it's pronounced Lafayette. The correct pronunciation is life I had, but okay, asked us laptops. Okay, I shall try to remember that. I don't want to disrespect anybody in app tossed by calling an app. Totally love our beach people we do and and we just love our people because that's the way we We are, Um, I got so much to talk about today. But we do have to talk about this at the excerpt from this book. I mean, the book the book that's coming out Now. I can't wait to get this book because this is a book that actually has interviews with Bill Barr. The book is called betrayal and This book it's being quoted all over the place. Um, but an end. You know it talks about when Bill Barr actually abandoned Donald Trump. Now there's an excerpt from the book. A lot of people are paraphrasing the excerpt or taking quotes from the excerpt. The expert Isn't that long. I mean, I printed it, and it was seven pages in Big type, because for some reason, when I print from my computer, it's big type. It's not like you're you know, elite type. It's big. It's big type. Anyway, This is the accepted except that actually comes from the book. And it's so good, um, very, very well written and says a whole lot of stuff about who Donald Trump isn't we are learning more and more about who Donald Trump is. You know that sometime this week, um it's going to happen most likely that the trump organism Nation is going to face criminal charges. They're gonna be charged criminally, and so is the CFO Alan Weiss Ahlberg. So you know, this is kind of a big deal for a person who is a former president. But we're also hearing you know more and more accounts of people coming out of the woodwork. Now that Donald Trump is no longer in the Oval Office, who are talking about Some of the things that happened within the Oval Office like the way that he tried to get General Milley to shoot protesters. Uh And you know when, when Millie pushback on that he wanted soldiers to shoot protesters during the black lives matter protests he went soldiers to shoot protesters and when he said, no, we're not gonna do that. He said. Well, just shoot him in the leg, then. I mean, it's just absolutely astonishing things. This is from Bill Barr. Now you and I have often spoken of Bill Barr being the conciliatory to Donald Trump. Um, you know that he was looking out for the interests of Donald Trump. And, of course I It's like Tom Hayden remote Tom Hayden. He was the conciliatory to Don Corleone in the Godfather and total loyalty, absolute loyalty, and he uses his legal prowess his legal knowledge. His capabilities to always protect the dawn. So that's why we called Bill Barr, the conciliatory he's supposed to be representing the people of the United States of America. But instead he politicized the Justice Department and he did everything that he possibly could to try to justify the things that Donald Trump was doing in to run interference for him, And that's not what the Justice Department is supposed to be. The Justice Department is supposed to act independently. They're not supposed to have interference from the White House. They'll be able. They're supposed to be able to pursue investigations, um to wherever the investigations take them wherever the evidence that they uncover takes them, But Donald Trump was interfering and, uh, Bill Barr was letting them And don't forget the way he mischaracterized the Mueller report the Mueller report, which was damning to Donald Trump. I mean, damning to Donald Trump. It was not pretty. It was ugly, and Bill Barr mischaracterized it and made a decision concerning whether or not Donald Trump could be indicted based upon the evidence uncovered, and he decided no he could not. Well, most prosecutors say, Oh, yes, you can. But Bill Barr decided to take that on himself. So that's the reason that we've been very suspect of Bill Barr. But I guess even Bill Barr had a limit. And according to this book, um the limit really came with the big lie. Uh and I want to share some. I highlighted some pieces from this excerpt. Remember, It's not that long. It's only seven pages long, but I highlighted some of the things that you know, really stuck out to me. Um, First of all, you know Donald Trump demands Absolute loyalty. We know that absolute loyalty. But bar did step forward and declared that there had been no widespread fraud in the 2020 election. And he did that all the while, Trump was trying to overturn Joe Biden's victory by claiming that it had been stolen. So there were a series of interviews that the author was able to get Bill Barr to participate in And, um, he did he spoken and he's got recordings of these interviews as well. Which, apparently, the sound isn't very good, so we're not going to play the sound. I'm just going to share some of this. But apparently a lot of people say that bar really had a good reason to tell his version of the story. And it is because of the things that I just said that bar was widely seen as a lackey. Who politicize the Justice Department. But when you know, push came to shove, he had his limits. And when the big moment came after the election, he defied the president. The president who expected him to do his bidding, witness the things that Donald Trump is saying now, the statement that he issued where he called Bill Barr and, um Mitch McConnell rhinos Republican in name only and went off on a little temper tantrum. Bars. Betrayal came on December 1st. He was having lunch in his dining room with a Justice Department beat reporter at the AP at The Associated Press. There were some other people there was DOJ chief of staff, uh, spokesperson for the D. O. J. And when Balsamo the AP Guy was invited, he wasn't told the reason for it. And so they were eating and bar just kind of dropped a bombshell. And, um, he he didn't He wasn't Sherry actually heard what the attorney general was saying. And he goes well, just to be crystal clear. Are you saying and then somebody else interjected. That would have been the spokesperson, Sir. I think you better repeat what you just said. And so bar repeated himself to dates, he said. We have not seen fraud on a scale that could have affected a different outcome in the election. Of course, the story appeared on the AP News Wire. Shortly after lunch, disputing Donald Trump's persistent baseless claims, Attorney General William Barr declared Tuesday the U. S. Justice Department had uncovered no evidence of widespread voter fraud that could change the outcome of the 2020 elections, and it blew a hole in the president's claims. You know, everybody thought that bar was so loyal he was one of the most loyal Cabinet secretaries. And so for him to send out this message that the effort to overturn the election was without merit was huge. Bar told the the author of this book, Betrayal that Mitch McConnell had been urging him to speak out since mid November. Publicly. McConnell had said nothing to criticize Trump's allegations, but he told bar that Trump's claims were damaging to the country and to the Republican Party. Trump's refusal to concede was complicating McConnell's efforts to ensure that the GOP one the two runoff elections in Georgia, scheduled for January. 5th two McConnell It was simple. Republicans needed to make the argument that with Biden soon to be in the White House, it was crucial that they have a majority in the Senate to check his power. But McConnell also believed that if he openly declared that Biden was the winner, Donald Trump would be enraged and likely act to sabotage the Republican Senate campaigns in Georgia. I mean, think about what's being said here. First of all, McConnell knows that it's Bs, but he's not going to speak out because he's afraid of Donald Trump. Secondly, what he's afraid of is a trump temper tantrum like a two year old where he is going to be so offended that people actually recognized that he lost the election that he would try to sabotage. The very party he was leading in the Georgia elections in the runoff election. And by the way, this isn't just a story from Bill Barr McConnell has confirmed that this is accurate. McConnell told Bill Barr. Look, we need the president in Georgia, and so we cannot be frontally attacking him right now..

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"jim mcallister" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:43 min | 1 year ago

"jim mcallister" Discussed on KGO 810

"Here It is call 855 Bible 11. That's 855 Bible, 11 855 Bible 11. Good afternoon. IPad. Thurston, We are speaking with Dr Robert Wachter. He's the chair of the department of Medicine at UCSF. We're talking about Cove it, Dr Walker. I'm gonna grab a quick call from one of our listeners before we let Kim ask her question. This is Peter. Calling from Capitola. Peter. Hi. Welcome to kgo. You're on with Dr. Walked her. Go ahead. Hi. Thank you. Yeah. My daughter is currently living in Beijing, China, and they had her get a vaccine over there. What with their Chinese vaccine, But she's dying to come home. I've got a granddaughter. I haven't seen yet. Um, and he wanted to know what can't you get vaccinated here with modern or Fizer after she's already been vaccinated over there, Okay. Doctor walked her. What about it? Yeah, it's a great question. You know, the Chinese vaccine has seemed to work fairly well. I can understand the desire to to get another one. Thea answer that. It's fine to get a additional vaccination. I don't think there's anything that would, uh, would conflict. I'm wondering whether it might be better for her to have her antibodies checked when she gets here to see whether she got a good enough immune response from the Chinese vaccine that she doesn't need it, But I think it's probably okay for her to could go and get a second vaccination if she wants, right. Terrific. Thank you so much. And Kim, you had a question that related to fertility Jim McAllister. Yeah, It's a multi prom question, so I'll try to ask it quickly. But I was texting with a bunch of moms who have daughters that are going to be 12 and we were talking about Things that we've experienced on. One of the moms said her cycle, her feminine. Her menstrual cycle was completely affected by the vaccine, and I did a little research and saw that a lot of people are saying that But that has led to claims possibly false about whether it effects fertility. So I was hoping that maybe you could talk about whether the cycle is affected and why that is and whether the whole, you know your your your uterus won't be able to accept the fetus type of thing is gonna is spreading on the Internet. And is that it? Does it depend on which vaccine it might be if there's any issue or any concern about that. Would it apply to all of the vaccinations, Doctor Wachter. Thea evidence that this is a thing that this actually happens because of vaccine is zero. That's become an Internet thing. There's actually some prescription one of these rumors being being spread by. We're talking about fertility, fertility or menstrual cycle, both both fertility and menstrual cycle. I mean, people have a regular menstrual cycles it be Of course, logical to ascribe it to the vaccine. But in studies that have looked at whether or not this is a common side effect, it's not shown up. It's a signal. And so you know anything can happen in any individual person. But the the the I worry about this particular mean because it seems to be one of those rumors that's getting spread on the Internet. Potentially being flamed by groups for that. What forever reason Want Eo want to get the vaccine is a bad name. There's absolutely no evidence that it has any impact on fertility and even impact on the menstrual cycle is is right now. No really strong evidence that that Has seen in a higher proportion of people who got in the vaccine versus those who haven't so I'm pretty skeptical of these, uh, these concerns that does seem to be one of the things that's getting propagating the Internet, and I think it z gonna be fake news. On. But I do believe I know this. Sometimes I think I know And then it ends up that I don't but I believe I know that pregnant women are being told that it is safe for them to be be vaccinated that it will not do any harm to the fetus. They're carrying it for a while. We didn't know for sure that that was true and pregnant when we're told it speak to their doctors. There have been a number of recent studies that have come out that have shown that the vaccine is perfectly safe. In pregnancy and now tens of thousands of pregnant women. Some of them knew their pregnant. Some of them didn't know what they were pregnant when they get vaccinated have had gone to have their babies and the rates of of problems with childbirth has been no higher and vaccinated people than an unvaccinated people so At this point, the zoo safe, it's effective. There's no physiological reason to believe the vaccines would cause Would cause a problem and the risk of covert in pregnancy is real. So the right thing to do is to take the vaccine when you had the chance. And Dr Watcher I want to thank you so much for joining us today, and I do want to tell people that they could follow you on Twitter. And if you follow doctor walked her on Twitter. There's a great deal of information that he post there, including when he sees you know, crazy cuckoo things. He tends to address those so you can follow him. His Twitter handle is at Bob underscore? Walked her. That's w A C H t e R at Bob underscore? Walked her. Dr. Walker has been a delight. Thank you so much for being with us today. Wow. So, Kimmy. You feeling better about that? So you're going to go ahead with the pregnancy? Oh, my pregnancy days are done, my friend. No. I think I agree with what you're saying about the pregnancy. Because just doesn't it doesn't make sense. And I think people are trying to You know, extrapolated all kinds of things that are not scientifically proven, but the the affecting your menstrual cycle. There's a lot of people who are saying that so I don't I don't know. Maybe they must undergo if they're if they're reporting this because that's one of the things that also you know, hangs in my mind is that they track what the side effects may be now when they were going through trials. You know the people who are participating in the trials. They were really thorough about reporting anything, any adverse effects and he sort of faith. That might be impacting them in any way and they had a variety of ages who were participating in this people who were of childbearing age and people who were not. But now that it's in general usage, and you've got hundreds of millions of people who are being vaccinated. The only way to know how those people are being impacted is if it's being reported in some capacity. And one thing. I'm a little bit uncertain If I know when my kids were back, say when your kids were vaccinated, I got phone calls. I got follow up from people with the government who were asking me if there were any adverse impacts any adverse effects of my Children's vaccinations. Did they get a fever? Did they have any discomfort where they crying for an inordinate period of time? Where there any rashes? I mean all these various things that they would ask me about the childhood vaccinations, and this was particularly when they were very young when they were infants and toddlers. Um, with the covert vaccine. I don't know that I don't believe there is anybody who's doing that kind of follow up where they're calling people and asking people you had your vaccine. How are you feeling? What's going on here? So I don't know how well we're actually tracking that. And if a woman Mrs a period, you know, generally speaking, you'll do a pregnancy test. And then you know you just your period starts later and you go up on your merry way. And you forget that it ever happened. So it could be there. I mean, this is my opinion. This has no clinical background whatsoever. But nothing to do with science. Yeah, well, not really, because I was thinking that with, you know, my son has had these this adverse reaction much more intense than what his sisters had to his second vaccination. And so I wondered about that. You know, he's actually seeing a doctor about this, and so I wonder if that's being reported. I know in all of the documentation, it says the These things began the evening of his second covert vaccine. If that's the case, I think that information is being reported. I think it's probably making its way to the appropriate reporting agencies, including the CDC, but I haven't asked anybody that and I have. Ah, there's a line where you can Ah, website where you can report adverse effects, but I had business. I mean, I guess I would if if my if I had something to report, I don't have anything to report. I think people won't I think that you if somebody calls you if they're proactive, and they call you to follow up, even if they do this on a you know of, I don't know what you call it, but, you know, they just pull people out of a hat and they don't do it with everybody..

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"jim mcallister" Discussed on Taking Her Lead

Taking Her Lead

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"jim mcallister" Discussed on Taking Her Lead

"That have to come together. We cannot act in isolation of that level of collegiality and collaboration takes a lot of humility to and so your role modeling that for your students in what is going to become their leadership style right so and most of the work that i do at gonzaga is with the people outside. So as i mentioned before. I in my role. I company people in leadership journey but i worked specifically with people outside organizations and community non profits for profit companies state agencies. And what we do is we opportunities for them to take the next step in their leadership development whether that's attending a webinar or participating in one of our certificate programs attending a workshop coming to one of our women's leadership conferences. These are the things that we do because we know that people want to keep learning if they have a growth mindset. They wanna keep learning. They wanna keep finding ways to inspire themselves to pick up new tips and tricks to things that they can say okay. I learned this today. And i can put this into action tomorrow with my team. I can try this out tomorrow. So that's why we created this office of leadership training and development was to create those pathways for people to keep learning. We can talk about gonzaga for about an hour. Tunnel vision right. No no no because My alma mater and twenty five years ago. I had the exact same experience that you're having just the very close collaborative community. I loved it. Yeah and you are. You know very worthy of what you're doing but also you lucky to be there i am. I'm really fortunate to be guns. Aca really fortunate who supported ginger journey. You know in terms of mentoring and You know just being supportive and believing in you. Do you have some examples of that along the way. Yes in our certificate and women's leadership that my colleague sherry lynch and i created a few years ago one of the things that we knew was going to be so central to that curriculum and to the program was addressing mentors and sponsors and his i think back in my life to mentors. What's interesting to me is that it's the males that i remember. Most the males are the ones that. Come up for me Like jim mcallister. Who was a volunteer administrator for me. When i was a governor in a service organization at college and he and i travel together he supported me in my role with this regional leadership team of people from twenty five different colleges. Jim has been a mentor to me. Throughout my career. And he's the one that has pushed me to keep doing new things to get the next degree to finish my doctorate things like that. I've had other male mentors that come to mind Dick carson who in highschool would drive around spokane. Picking up people like me high school students at seven in the morning to take two one meetings and then take us out to community service projects. He would do that for us because he saw something in us anyway. Continuously find potential for us. He would praise us and tell us things that we could do. So i have these many male mentors that i think about how often in my life what i don't always remember is that it took me a while to to realize is that alongside. Each of those meal mentors was a female. Their wives were just as much mentors to me and my friends as the males were. It's just that they took a more quiet and backroom approach. So i think about these people in my life who have not only been sounding boards and provided opportunities for me but they've also given me feedback and that's what makes a really good mentor. Someone who is willing to say no rachelle understand where you're going here. But here's another way to think about it or would you be open to some feedback about what just happened. People really willing to help you grow and can do that in a safe and supportive way and so mentioned mentors and the other thing. That's important marriage sponsors. I had never even heard of the concept of a sponsor until i started learning more about women's leadership issues. And what i know now and didn't know ten years ago or so. Is that a sponsor someone who is speaking up for you behind closed. Doors a sponsor is someone who is looking for ways for you to advance and grow and you may not even know that. They're doing it. And i i would also see this atkins zach or here this like when someone in an executive position would say to me. Hey were shaw. I just came from a committee meeting. And we're talking about this project. And i mentioned your name and said they should get in touch with you or one of my former bosses who who has been really intentional about giving me opportunities to advance. Those are the kinds of things that sponsors do so. I have been really fortunate in my life to have many mentors and sponsors. And that's why i'm really passionate about doing the same for other women when i can so when i think about the team that we have gonzaga in our school leadership studies. It doesn't matter if i'm a boss to someone or not. If i have a place of influence or place of opportunity to help. Someone advanced something to help somewhere. Try a new skill develop. A new skill Trails something new. I wanna give those opportunities wherever i am because other people have done it for i love at it's because it's Sponsorship is really about generosity writers round. You don't have to mention anybody's name but you do it at a generosity and out of recognizing good and people it gets also paying it forward it if we'd has been if we can recognize that someone has done that for someone as even put themselves at risk maybe speaking for you Because they believe in you they see something in you. I think there is this natural feeling of wanting to pay that forward for others while so it's linked to gratitude in some ways. I believe show show wanted to hear at this point a little bit more about your journey. Thank you a former boss. Wants started a meeting by each of us in the room to reflect on this question and as a powerful question that has stuck with me. And i sometimes ask it of others. He said what is something. We should know about you to understand how you think. And in that moment of reflection. I had these flashbacks to my childhood and i started remembering myself as an eight year. Old would be cleaning and organizing the house thinking that it would make things better that somehow it would make things. It would make my mom happier if i were to clean the hardwood floors now. It probably wasn't a good idea to clean those hardwood.

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"jim mcallister" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"jim mcallister" Discussed on KGO 810

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"jim mcallister" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"jim mcallister" Discussed on KGO 810

"Harris is restaurant at 2100 Venice Avenue in San Francisco. I'm Kim McAllister. Let's get to Chris Merrill. Now on KGO 18. You're listening to the chip Franklin show filling in for chip today. It's Chris. Meryl. I'm k g O a tailor. A mean one, Mr Green, Mr. Grinch. Thank you very much. My very favorite derivatives Newscaster Jim McAllister down. That's fantastic. Hey, like I'm well, it sounds like well, you're slurring your words and I was in the control room there and she's got impaired motor. Skills. I think you guys been into the egg. Now We're on the downward slide to Christmas. Well, you heard Paul Rodgers Traffic report. He was having a traffic party behind them. So E here. Yeah. Ain't no party like a traffic party. It's the KGO party wanted to start on today because, as we were getting off the air last night, President Trump put out what it was custom videos. Where he basically said he's not happy with the stimulus package. If if you didn't hear this, it's worth listening to if for no other reason than just to wonder who's yelling at There have been lots of lots of complaints about President Trump acting like an old man yelling at the clouds. He's actually the only one in the room except for whomever is is recording this, But he's standing at a podium and I think it's in the same place where that tiny desk you remember when you borrowed the kindergartners desk and he was he was in there, giving a speech. So now he's at a podium. In that same room, and it's a full size podium, which is great, but he's yelling in and I don't know why he's yelling. Look, I've been a radio a long time. And I know some yellers some screamers, right? We call them screamers. Can you ever work in the screamer? They just They sit in the studio and there are all by themselves. They have b'elanna microphone. I was gonna I was gonna say you're a screamer, but no, no, You mean no complaint. I just don't want, you know. I mean, I'm just whiner, right? Right. I'm just know you're not a white are you know you're you're lovely. Hard not to wonder why I did this early on and And you gotta be careful not to just get too loud like you're yelling into the microphone Constantly right? That's true. So, for whatever reason, President Trump is just he's in the room. Yelling, I don't really understand, but haven't listen here as he he he He started throwing everything out there and doing math on people. All right, So I have a listen here. Throughout the summer, Democrats cruelly blocked covert relief legislation in an effort to advance their extreme left wing agenda and influence the election. We're right. President Trump were right. We're right here. You don't need to yell. It's my grandmother was just tell me. I'm right here. You don't need to yell. I'm sitting right here. Trip out because the very first thing, he says, is that the Democrats blocked the stimulus package because of their extreme left wing positions. The rest of the entire thing is him laying out wasted money for special interest groups and wait till you hear something special interest groups and tell me if you think they're left wing and then claiming that he needs what the Democrats were proposing all along. What? So who's blocking President Trump's like? You know what we need? We need the Bernie Sanders plan. That's what we have to have. And we have to have it now. Okay, now I turned into a bit of a screamer. But President Trump has said. We have to have the Bernie Sanders plan. But it was the Democrats all along that were blocking things. Why can't we just have what the Democrats wanted to begin with, and pretend it was arms? Then? A few months ago, Congress started negotiations on a new package to get urgently needed help. The American people a few months ago. They started on something to get urgent help a few months ago. Nothing says urgent, Like, Yeah. What are you saying? Is that well, we were all out trying to figure out if we were gonna have any semblance of trick or treating that Hello. Sorry. That was me. So I, uh oh, that was okay. I thought my phone was going off. Sometimes sometimes how Siri will talk to me. Okay, click on the window. Something starts talking to you. Oh, I hate it when that happens, Hating, so stop. What's trippy? Is world trying to figure out if we're trick or treating. And President Trump is saying this is when the help was urgent. Hmm. President Trump Might many Snickers air all gone right now urgent means there's still many Snickers left. They're all gone. It's taken forever. However, The bill they are now planning to send back to my desk is much different than anticipated. It really is a disgrace, for example, among the more than 5000 pages in this bill. Which nobody in Congress has red because of its length and complexity. He's right. He's right. It's almost like handing the guy a security briefing. He's not gonna read that. It's just just too many words. It's called the covered relief Bill. Has almost nothing to do with coffered really $900 billion, and it has nothing to do with Koven. My goodness. All right, well on what are we spending all $900 billion on that This bill contains $85.5 million for assistance to Cambodia. OK, so 85.5 million. All right on the 909 $108 billion spending package has nothing to do with covert. So we've got all right. So 908 billion minus 85, a half million Okay. I feel like you're still a lot of money Left for Cove in $134 million to Burma. $1.3 billion for Egypt. Okay, Now we're getting to the billions. All right, so of the $908 billion. He's been able TOC a look. But there's a least 1.3 billion not going to comb it. So, as you know, almost none of the $900 billion goes to Kobe and the Egyptian military, which will go out and buy almost exclusively Russian military equipment..

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"jim mcallister" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"jim mcallister" Discussed on KGO 810

"Uhh! Kimmy. Kimmy? Kimmy? My You don't want to talk to me. Oh, my God. Jim McAllister is with us right now. That sounds like traffic was sponsored by me. Was that right? Just generally by Meryl Well, she said Merrill Lynch then But when the sponsorship and I clicked on it it just that sponsored by Merrill and I was like Meryl, this must be rolling in the dough. Response on the track, a color you color mentioned. Yeah, we have a caller mentioned, uh Congress, Congress persons, You know, I'd like to officially being bought and paid for, and money going to the banks and Merrill Lynch or whatever. And I thought, Yeah, I wish I wish that was me. And I wish that was the mirror. Somebody going right to the Maryland. There are a lot of people that are like, Why would you ever want to be a part of that evil monstrosity and like, well If I didn't know any other way, I think that can be aware. No, you wouldn't take the cash. If it meant selling your soul. You wouldn't do it. Not my crest. He was much You think I could get for my soul? I think I know a cool mil. At least some people are willing to sell their soul for like, you know, a dime bag, but no, I mean 150 million. Yeah, Yeah, yeah, I don't know. Sure. Under 50 mil. I'm done. No, I wish I wish there was relation there. Did you see that? There's a big controversy about renaming the schools. Oh, yeah. Yeah, The thing is, Trump got in on it. See, I hate when we do something that draws his attention, because then all of a sudden the craziest come out of the woodwork and they start pointing in San Francisco. Gonna believe is is stupid out there. It's budget. It's out there and it's like No, You know what I noticed about San Francisco? Great. Okay, It's liberal area, right? I get to this liberal. We're willing to have conversations in the Bay Area. That's what I noticed. It's a whole lot different than other places. Other places aren't willing to have conversations. There are sacred cows elsewhere. You wouldn't consider renaming a school. I mean, look at the controversy that arises in the south when they want to rename a school that's named after Robert E. Lee. You know they're not even willing to have a conversation where there might be a salient point. Him in San Francisco were willing to have a conversation. So the committee that was put together was supposed to take a look at 44 San Francisco public schools that were named after historical figures. Deemed problematic by an advisory group. Okay, some of this is stipulated. Yeah. Go, Carrie. Okay, we'll move on. This is what we're getting too weird, but I know you're itchy. I get it. I get it. I got it right. Is that the advisory groups took a good look at all the different names of schools, and they said, what could be a potential Problem. All right, so This. The committee gets together. And they identified Abraham Lincoln High School as Being one of the school's It should be renamed and people are freaking out the President Johnson and he talks about how stupid we are in San Francisco. I hate that. I hate that. We're willing to have the conversation here. That's my That's what I like about this area. I like that. We're willing to say maybe we should rename, uh Abraham Lincoln High School because In the United States. We have certain reverence for founding fathers and a couple of great presidents in history, right? We have this reverence We put up a giant rock in in South Dakota Forum. Lincoln is considered. One of the great was a founding father. But he is considered by most to be the greatest, U. S president in history kept the country together, freed the slaves. All the different things we learned about in elementary school, we learned were more complicated when we got to college all these different things. We're willing to have a conversation about. Maybe he wasn't the guy that we want a name schools after. I like that. We're willing to have that conversation. Unfortunately, it happens is, somebody says No, this is one that could be potentially offensive because Lincoln was kind of a jerk when it came to Native Americans, And when it came to slavery, he was, Yeah, he freed the slaves. It was kind of his thing. But Who is this thing because it was politically expedient. It wasn't exactly He was the guy that signed the proclamation, but he did it largely for political reasons. Is that fair to say? I know I'm already I'm already you know, I'm slaughtering sacred cows. All of a sudden, there's a difference between his stance against slavery. Versus his stamps on African Americans, so he didn't think that people should white people and black people should marry. He didn't think that white people and black people were equal. But he didn't believe in slavery, either. So those you know, instead of having those two things conflict, I think sometimes you have to look at the times in which someone lived and you have to look at what good things they left behind. And what impact they made on the world. So every everybody not everyone is perfect. Everybody is going to have something wrong with them. So we'll have nothing named after a double negative. Nothing named after no one right because no one is going to pass Muster 100%. There's no one who's perfect where we're gonna go. You out that person did everything right 100% name all the schools after him. Maybe we have Chris Merrill. Hiking McCallister. Hi. Don't Don't name it After me. They're gonna be calling for it to be repealed. Right? Chip Franklin. No, no, no, no, I'm just not gonna work. That thirst is pretty perfect. I don't know. She's pretty dynamite, too. Yeah, I would. I would give you that. Maybe John Rothman, you know? Yeah. District Rothman district. Yeah, um, Here's what I come back to is that we honor people in spite of their flaws, but we give no honor to people because of them. Yeah. And going back to the Lincoln versus Robert E. Lee, For instance, Lincoln was a flawed individual, right? No doubt guy was flawed. He did not believe in equal rights. But slavery was not a great thing for him. Right way. Get it. Rob really actively fought to keep people slaved enslaved, right? I mean his claim to fame is, he led the traders against the United States. So what? Positively robbery behind the world? What? What positive thing that he leave us. What are we celebrating them? He was a great general just for the wrong side. Right? That would be like saying, you know, Himmler was pretty great. Maybe we should have a Himmler high. Probably not gonna have a Himmler high. Probably not gonna do that. Nope. Great general. That Rob ALS was a great general. I mean, you know, if it hadn't been for d day, we'd really remember the guy. No, not naming. Ah, high school after him. Not gonna happen. Robert E. Lee. No, I'm not cool with.

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"jim mcallister" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"jim mcallister" Discussed on KGO 810

"Likely rainy as well on this report, also sponsored by better help calm, Better Help wants you to start living a happier life today, with professional counseling done securely online. Is it better help dot com slash Feel happy. Get 15% off your first month. I'm Jim McAllister. We'll get you back to Chip Franklin in just a moment on kgo. Honey, What do you want for Christmas? Okay, Here's what your man says. Oh, nothing. I'm good, but here's what he's thinking. Something different, Something to build something I actually like this holiday season, given everything he wants with a gift from man crates like the whiskey Appreciation crate with a personalized handmade whiskey, decanter, rocks, glasses, ice fear, molds, slate coasters and snacks or the grill Master crate with a brass knuckle meat tenderizer cast iron smoker box steak thermometers and more man creates packs his gift and unique containers. So watching him open his gift is an unforgettable experience. Personalization is free. Every man creates gift comes with a 100% satisfaction guaranteed. He'll think it's awesome or man creates will make it right this weekend. Only get 20% off when you spend $149 or more at Man creates dot com slash music That's 20% off when you spend $149 or more at Man creates dot com slash music Man creates dot com slash music. Zen Dust makes software for better Customer service. This is something you should care about, because you're a customer. We all are. And customer service is everywhere buying stuff online, Calling your doctor changing the hotel reservation these air all customer service experiences and then just wants to make them better. We're helping businesses and power support agents and giving them tools they need. You could say where champions of customer service visit zendesk dot com slash champions to.

"jim mcallister" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"jim mcallister" Discussed on KGO 810

"Well, you get crowd really me, river. I cried a river over you. I like that. Good afternoon. I'm Patterson. Tim Seekers here. Jim McAllister's here. So I'm assuming that comes from bank I don't. Well, I referenced cry me a river. When I was complaining about all these movies I had to see And I think that's what somebody Remember that? I said, That's what it was. He has. Chris is nodding. That's what it is A great Christmas. Just making a nice little dig at me. Okay, That's okay. You get people all the time. That's my job. You see, It's not a criticism. Like what? You know. It's not what I do. Right way. Lovely. Yeah. Okay. So tell us about Bank Yeah. Gary Oldman stars in this. He plays Herman J. Mankowitz, the legendary screenwriter. For Orson Welles is Citizen Kane. And that's what this movie basically is. It's a bio pic that uses the framing device of him writing this screenplay, while he was mostly drunk, and it also covers Mankowitz his personal relationships with his wife and his brother, Joe Mankiewicz, who went on to become a great writer director in his own right and his professional relationships with people. I mean, there are so many people in this movie of Louis B. Mayer shows up. David Selznick, William Randolph Hearst Sinclair Lewis, Like lots of famous people pop up in this movie. It's in black and white, which was really inappropriate artistic choice, I think for the telling of the story. It was written by the director's spot. The directors David Fincher, by the way, who's one of the great movie Craftsman of all time? And if the screenplay was written by his late father, Jack Fincher venture, which is interesting was supposed to make this movie I think decades ago, but just never got to it For whatever reason, Yeah, Jan was saying. I love that I felt as though it were made just for me. And I know that this is going to sound snobby, but movie enthusiasts and skinny ass and film geeks and movie freaks and just movie lovers who are interested in the kind of trivia and historical minutia that this movie rebels and I think we'll fall head over heels with this movie. I'm not sure how the general Movie Populist of such a thing even exists anymore. How how they would react to it, because dramatically, the film's a little. It's a little cold. Uh, in in a way, it's kind of like Citizen Kane. The actual movie people seeing that for the first time after hearing about how great it is, will often say, Well, it was a cold movie, you know? Um and so this bio pic of Mankowitz kind of mirrors that that that that that sense that Feeling, and I think that's to its credit. But I don't know. I think that's going to go past a lot of general movie goers. I think the worst that could be said about the film and again I loved it. Is this kind of stylistically hysterical. Um, uh, How can I remember? They even do this thing in this movie back in the day when movies were projected path they were made up of individual reels like a feature film would be like maybe 10 or 12 reels and there were two project There's in the in the projection booth, and they would both have the first real some them. And, um, when a real ended on one projector you the projection is projected the following real on another projector and to help projectionists know when the real was ending so that they could begin the next real. There were these round dots on the upper right hand corner of the film at the end of the real to let the projectionist know that they had to start the new real well. That is that little bit of trivia is incorporated in make and it's just there. I mean, I don't know how anybody but a total film nut would even notice stuff like that. But I know I know. And I'm not you Okay, we'll see. We'll see you're answering these. You're answering these questions. I have asked to the movie itself. It's a really interesting portrait of the sky Mankowitz Herman Mankiewicz, who seemed alcoholic Lee self destructive, but he was his brilliant and funny guy. He used humor a lot. I think to just cover up his pain and the screenplay in the direction and Oldman's performance reflect that. And then the movies kind of brisket. Snappy. It's witty. It's stylized to the EMP degree, and it's such an impeccable feet of movie. Craftsmanship, screenwriting and cinematography and acting and production design that for anybody that's interested in movies and movie history then, but certain incidents, characters and situations or finessed for dramatic purposes like they always are in these movies, But I think it's an absolute must see. And it's David venture. You know, David Fincher is, you know, an artist of highest degree is spread the chimney sweep, saying and Mary Poppins but and so anything he see he makes in my opinion is Always worth checking out if nothing else for the for the craft of the movie. It's always.

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"jim mcallister" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"jim mcallister" Discussed on KGO 810

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"jim mcallister" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast

The Film Buds Podcast

08:27 min | 2 years ago

"jim mcallister" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast

"She is psychotically driven to want the job. And i think at you know she ends up not getting the job and of course obviously in this movie. She turns around against the child. But you know you have that. I think same sort of feeling right. This person who for whatever reason just sort of rubbed the system the wrong way and so the system kind of had this this sort of inverse effect of trying to make sure that she didn't get it as voiced by people who were disenfranchised who were just gonna sort of screw their vote no matter what Or people who just were in it for the popularity contest and who were who were sucked into the intoxicating affair of of this new race. That suddenly had their their former star. Now running for president yeah. I think that it's interesting to see. Also with the two candidates. Where like reese witherspoon is at least somewhat has it altogether and is very passionate onscreen all the time. She's strong you know she's excited but then you see when she thinks she's lost she's like completely broken crying like her life is over and then he see the football player and for the most part. He's very relaxed. Very subdued even before the election and then afterwards he just at a party yeah. He's fine and it's like you can see how certain candidates can approach a on election. And how what. The mentalities can be which is interesting which even just talking about all this stuff. I wasn't really aware of all of that during the movie but it there are little sprinkles of interesting ideas throughout the the movie. Pivoting sort of off the election idea that if you look at all of your characters pretty much all of them have some sort of dissatisfaction in their personal life that they're trying to overcome pretty clear that matthew broderick just exactly like dave his buddy that you know. Screw the the high schooler. Obviously they're the same because they're they're very close friends. They're in a band together. They represent the same sort of type of person you know and so he has this sort of general general dislike of his life even if he doesn't realize that and then you've got reese witherspoon who doesn't realize that the thing that she sort of is lacking is human connection you know she has all of this drive all of this gumption this purpose but she doesn't really have any warmth and you see that reflected also in her mother and how her mother talks to her. Yeah after she's lost the election. It's not you know. I'm so sorry will you know. Maybe we didn't put up enough posters or you know do this. Maybe you didn't listen to my notes on your stage and then you've got the football player. Who is overcoming. The fact that he no longer has purpose from the fact that his football career is dead on. You've got Tammy the sister who is dealing with the fact that she's a lesbian a world that the at the time definitely isn't as common for her as accepting for her and you know she's recently lost someone that she thinks is the love of her life but she's also sixteen so she has no idea what she's talking about so sure You know but everyone has dissatisfaction that they're trying to overcome in some kind of way in they're all using this election to fuel some sort of part of it. It's all this sort of grab at power is all really people trying to fill some sort of the way which i think really speaks to the election. We just had the actor you know. There are so many frustrations and different motivations to vote or you know perhaps not to vote or to vote for certain candidate over the other and so yeah that that's a really good point. So yeah there's a lot more there than you would expect anything. That's kind of what. Alexander payne can do fairly well as you layout a fairly simple narrative but really packet with some interesting elements yet. It's definitely one of those. That i think you know if you if you can manage to watch it twice if you watch the first time in you like it. Well enough the verse time. I think it's definitely one of those where no matter how long it is after another viewing definitely makes it deeper. I watch this again in another few years. I'll probably glean a little bit more from it. I think that it's definitely one. That's very worth revisiting. it's on the in the criterion collection. I believe yob. Yeah so it's the cupcake and says shouldn't yeah. Yeah yeah reese witherspoon. Are you generally a fan of hers. No i'm like legally blonde turn. I saw some of what was the show. Big little lies. I think little lies in one and it was fine. She was good in it. No real opinion. On reese witherspoon. She she just kind of exists for me. Yeah i like it when it's more so based on like the projects she picks like if she's in a project i'm interested in. I'm pretty sure. I'll like her but then she's in a number of of films and tv shows that i just don't have a lot of interest in a good way to put it. You know i think for the most part performance wise she's always solid but and matthew broderick is is always a fun time. Matthew broderick says such a weird career. But i thought that he did a great job you know that he really sold this kind of for me. He kind of almost does what bill. Murray does in rushmore. You know in rushmore. Memory plays the kind of grown version of his juror hero. I kinda feel like jim. Mcallister is almost a little. Bit of grownup fares bueller. Yeah yeah yeah. I i think so well anything else about election or alexander payne not really i mean. It's it's really. It's it's just something that i think you have to watch and kinda form your own opinions about. And that's what makes it. I think a little bit hard for me to talk about is like it's a. It's a very dense. Movie is a very layered movie and it's really very largely up to interpretation as long as you have the evidence to support it. But i think that it's a great little movie. I think that it's smart. It definitely feels like a nineteen ninety nine film. And i mean that mike a good way. Yeah and if you aren't really a big george clooney fan than i definitely recommend that a sentence. Because that's that's a movie. That really sort of takes george clooney and rips down to just sort of being a dude i am and i think that it's definitely one of the more interesting films in alexander payne's career yeah. I would agree all right. Well at five paul for election. I'll go four. Yes four sounds good. I think four is really fair. I right okay. Why with the review done. We can move on to our listener question. So the film buds podcast edgy. Mail dot com is where you can reach a set. Also facebook twitter and instagram at film buds. And so police. If you're a new listener or if you've been listening for awhile place said us any questions comments Greetings you know whatever we like hearing from people. In whatever way. So this one comes from alex from syracuse and alex says hi all the great. Christopher nolan seems to be in yet another defensive stance about his bad sound in his films. Have you experienced this. And is there much way to either side's argument. Could there be a way in which quote unquote bad. Sound could work for his movies. Love the podcast really enjoyed your milan review.

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"jim mcallister" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"jim mcallister" Discussed on KGO 810

"And Jim McAllister, kgo 8 10. And good afternoon. We are taking your phone calls and your attacks on this historic day is Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have been elected after the very long, long accounting process that went on and it's I understood Kim why it was taking so long in places like Pennsylvania. I think this is the most closely watched count I have ever witnessed. And yet people are still you know, raising concerns that something was going on there, Calling it stop. The steel is what this these signs you'll see from Trump supporters. If there's evidence of any wrongdoing, I wholeheartedly support any investigation. That is our right as Americans to make sure that our elections are fair, but You don't just get to say things because you don't like the outcome. Because if you if you believe that the ballads are fake, just for Joe Biden and calmly Harris, but not for any of the other Republicans that were elected, then your biases showing, so let's just take a deep breath. Let the process play out. But as of right now, Joe Biden is going to be our 46th president. I'm a friend with a Facebook friend with a man that is a Republican in Florida. He grew up in Petaluma here in the North Bay for a couple of years, and we just, you know, reconnected on Facebook, but it's been very interesting to watch his posts because they're different than any other post on my feet. But it's It's interesting to see what he has to say, and he's been posting these videos. Of alleged voter fraud. In one he posted a video now it had no corroboration. It had no fact attached to it. It was just a video of a guy in Georgia, crumpling up something while sitting counting ballots and kind of throwing it across the table. I thought it was that video says nothing, but he thought that's evidence their crumpling up the trump balance on camera in front of everybody. That's what he's doing. Could it not true. They're fixing damaged ballots? That's what happens. I think I don't understand what is how it's done. It was an unstructured sheet. You know how Sometimes they give you a little square sheet of instructions? They had to come out. The secretary of State had to come out or whoever is in charge there of accounting place and they said, Look, this is what it happened. This is what happened. So you're not telling the full story. So all these videos of all these things were being passed around and we don't know what the story is attached to that We don't have that. Proof for the and so if you have the proof, bring the proof. If you have to bring the case is that wise? Don't post that kind of stuff that does nothing but mixed the stir the pot. They just It supports the narrative that they want to believe, because their side loss and I understand I know I have empathy for you. Ay, dio doesn't make it true though, Let's go the phones for 15 80 88 10. Ali Anna's calling KGO from Santa Cruz. Good afternoon, Liana. How do you feel? Making AH,.

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"jim mcallister" Discussed on Tweet Talk

Tweet Talk

07:49 min | 2 years ago

"jim mcallister" Discussed on Tweet Talk

"At least had pretty feeling they lose. They gave him. Sarah Palin as his running mate. Now, regardless what you think about. That whole Liuw. Almost, like a hit a state thing but in real life. And nonetheless it it. Didn't need his own movie, but it was entertaining enough. But we did we made a movie called Game Change Hbo. And it was actually due to four years after the election. We all know that dumb cane answer didn't win but come out showing us. A little bit of the campaign trail in what she went through with her family went through. John. McCain. Went through and the people around her and interviews with the real people around her. Settled, pretty accurate. What happened and what the result of. The with the end product was like so very interesting. Now let's move into from the central in in. Big Time. Presidential bids to little little more localized, and let's go back to school with the dynamite at coming in at number four in demand. This was brand is is thirty, two year old brother who and he decides. To help his friend Pedro Run for class president. The adventure in sues with this nerdy kid who really hasn't taken on and become anything big in-school before it takes on this opportunity to try and get his when it is best friends elected school credit president. The name Napoleon dynamite is a pseudonym used by a singer. Anyone anyone you alert. Yes, Elvis Costello for his nineteen eighty, six album blend chocolate. Just say. Okay number three I of March. Two thousand eleven and I'll. Idealistic staffer for new president can't candidate gets a crash course on dirty politics in his stint on the campaign trail. Now this will was. One of the better than I than I did Kind of the up down for me in terms of. Finding. Boring just. Wasn't all there even with George Clooney behind the director's chair. Who I usually like behind director chair. But. Nonetheless, it was an interesting look into. Dirty politics if you will, which of course, there's none of that today. Right now get the. Time to last to enact. You know at least of one of them that I'm going to say and it's a classic and it is something that changed the. Chase journalism it changed the president. The presidency. In. Shape things from the seventies forward and I'm talking about all the president's men. The movie was in nineteen seventy six. But the events happened before that and of course, if you don't know the movie, it's about the Washington Post reporters at the time Bob Woodward Carbon Stein and how they uncover the details of the Watergate scandal which hopefully led to Nixon's resignation just a fascinating fabulous movie and If you like journalism late politics journalism, it's it's amazing movie. It's a must watch it something you relation see and in fact the. The movie itself has been selected for preservation in the library of Congress, national, film, registry, and deem. Of Cultural. Insignificant Imports. In historical performance a significant. And it just really is something you. You take a look at you watch any movies out of this list. Between now and Tuesday, watch this. Or if you want something a little bit lighthearted, you can watch the number one movie in our election movie list. Yes i. know some you think in that that should be put on hold a little light hearted on this. Company number one in our TATTON elections. Last presidency movies for you to watch I want to describe to let me see if you can get high school class president. The election is. Count in approaching it looks like Tracy Flick is GonNa win. UNOPPOSED. However. The teacher. Jim mcallister. Has Other plant. He convinces the Jock Paul Metz were to run. which sets up a whole interesting change. Of Events. Sanitize moral. Issues. Inspired underdogs. WHO Fired underdog in stirring speeches are all part of. Election. Abbas entertains. Movie in. To the election. And Ask these gentlemen is my top ten list of. Election Slash presidency movies that I encourage you to go watch. And now a word from our sponsors. And now a word from our sponsors. And now a word from our sponsors. And now a word from our sponsors. And now a word from our sponsors. And now a word from our sponsors. Now a word from our sponsors. And now a word from our sponsors. I never thought I'd be doing a podcast until I discovered how easy was to get started using anchor. Within, minutes I was up and running on my phone and recorded my first podcast on my phone. We can also use your anchor website on your laptop computer and switch between the two. Let me tell you why anchor is better choice above all the choices out there for doing your podcast number one, it's free who doesn't like free. Number two anchor walks you through the steps of creating recording and getting your podcast all the major platforms. It does the LEGWORK for you. 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"jim mcallister" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"jim mcallister" Discussed on KGO 810

"They're camped outside his Delaware home clue. Johnson knew some days some good afternoon to you on the path Thurston program. I'm Jim McAllister. SAN Francisco Fire crews will be at the scene of a fire that burned six commercial. Buildings for days. One firefighter was received minor injuries in the five alarm fire that broke out on Geary Street near 14th and Venice this morning. Fire Department Lieutenant Jonathan Baxter says one of the concerns they had hazardous materials burning at a body shop. In this circumstance. We did out items such as pain tanks explode way have oil way have gasoline, these air all areas that we were made aware of through pre established connections and partnerships with these businesses and were able to address them as we're confronted with them. Fire so large that crews had to tap into an auxiliary water supply to bring water from the Twin Peaks area. They said 100,000 gallons of fire water will put on the fire Officials still don't know what caused it. California, the latest state to sue President Trump over his executive order, excluding people in the U. S illegally from being counted when congressional district were redrawn. State Attorney General Javier Becerra was joined by the cities of Long Beach, Los Angeles, Oakland and the Los Angeles Los Angeles Unified School District and suing the president today, they argue the president's move is unconstitutional. A few research center says California stands to lose a congressional feet if the president's order stands. In a year since the deadly shooting at the Gilroy Garlic Festival kgs, Brett Burkhardt reports. The city of Gilroy is marking one year since a gunman killed three people and hurt 17 others before turning the gun on himself. Mayor Ronald Velasco led a memorial and flag raising ceremony this morning at City Hall. Today we raised the guild way strong flag to represent the strength and resilience each and every one of you has shown This last year..

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