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"jim thompson" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:04 min | 8 months ago

"jim thompson" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Running of the Indy 500 takes place this Sunday. Wools News time is 505 Taking a look at traffic. Not a whole lot major going on out there right now. On these Stevenson high 55 outbound between Ashland and Pulaski Ball down just a bit Lakeshore drive out to the tri state of 33 minutes 43 minutes out to 3 55 I'm not you okay. Next traffic update in about 15 minutes. You thirst for something? Get a 49 cent or 69 cent. Big gulp. Drink or $1 Any size coffee with several awards at 7 11 Is that what you want? They know they might know you better than you know yourself. 7 11 Always open offer good through 91 20 participating US 7 11 stores see after terms. Get news on the hour of the half. And when it breaks continuous coverage and i am dot com I'm Robert here in for John Dempsey. 8 90 Wools News. Thank you are rob and greetings and salutations to you. I hope you had a terrific weekend. It's six minutes after five. First thing I just want to talk about today is former Governor Big Jim Thompson, who passed away. Heard about this over the weekend. Obviously, I want a reference to great Collins, both with great peace is on the Jim Thompson's legacy. Neil Steinberg in Your Chicago Sun Times and also Mark Brown in the Chicago Sun Times. Both had pieces on a big Jim Thompson and I learned from ready Neil Steinberg COLUMN. And I came to town just as Thompson was finishing. I think his last term as governor from that was taken, Um Anyone on to make gods of money, obviously one of the best law firms in the city, But, uh, Thompson seemed like a pretty pretty good guy in my in my mind kind of a solid six foot six sort of gubernatorial presence, and I learned from Neil Steinberg's column. That he actually started out as a young prosecutor here in town. This is before it was U s attorney. Obviously, I think, and he was the one who prosecuted and rob marked here if you're still.

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"jim thompson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

14:19 min | 2 years ago

"jim thompson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"This is state week a program of analysis and commentary on the events that made news this past week in Illinois state government and politics. Well, the spotlight on abortion rights shines on Illinois today as promised governor, Jay Pritzker signed a sweeping abortion access protection Bill, but not without protests before signing the reproductive health at into law. The governor stressed that abortion bans, endanger, women, adding that Illinois will always be state where women have the right to choose. Let the word go forth today, from this place that if you believe in standing up for women's fundamental rights. Illinois is a beacon of hope in the heart of this nation. We trust women. However, those of those people gathered as well to express their concern, I'll be damned. If you tell me that before exiting the miraculous. Home. That is her mother's womb, that she's not a living, breathing human person. Governor Jay Pritzker followed.

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"jim thompson" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"jim thompson" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"And it's like this whole thing of like coffin to decay to now, you're in the afterworld and L race kingdom. I mean, that's like the last. Couple of chapters of the book. It's just amazing. The all of these descriptions of this place that he has the way that he he rips the riches away from these fugitives that come in and then their fate once they don't have any more money is one of the most grisly things that I have read in a long time to talk about L Ray, right? I mean, this is what this all comes down to and I will give tiny shout out here too. I believe it's dusk 'til dawn. Which at the very end of the escape from the vampire Mexican bar in the middle of nowhere. George Clooney's character does get away and somebody asked him where he's going, and he says she's going to L res L raises hell, and there's ways about it. Elrich? Raise is Jim Thompson's vision of hell honors and scented by juniper bushes, and a sweet sickly, pork, roasting. Snell. And it is it is simply extrordinary. I mean, this is the point at which Jim Thompson stops being a hard boiled crime writer and crosses over into a a really spiritual dimension, I suppose, although it's all still happening on this earth in the flesh. It is absolutely incredible. And it's for me the saying that somebody who introduced a couple of Jim Thompson novel reprints in the nineties, I guess called Jim Thompson's trap door where you get through. This this story, which is a high story or maybe a little bit of a mystery story or a little bit of thriller story, and you've come to the end of that story. And then you fall through Jim Thompson trap door which opens into hell on or. Yes. Just the medicine if they had the then a little taste of the end sends amazing. It sends look him. There's a game in his code sound hell that different endings. And if you pay for the game each time one day endings was you'd be you became stuck and aliens. I'm just imagining the second of Jenn Tokes type end there in L, raise kingdom, doc, and Carol along with all of these other people who have allegedly, you know, scored big and the way that L Ray has this whole thing set up you pay all of these taxes on your wealth. And it's basically this no-win situation of you always and paying L Ray. And then once you're done with your money, you go into other village in Dhaka's wandering around one day. Hindi finds this other village that's away from the kingdom as it were. And he ends up running across the sky. Who he was supposed to give money to the woman that he was staying with that put him in these underground caves, and then this shit pile literally she gives him some money, and he sees the skies ago. Yeah, I'm gonna get this guy money back. This guy's is six foot four former very very heavy large, man. And now he is nothing, but skin and bones because once you're done once Ray has sucked all the money out of you. He throws you in this village. And then basically the people that are there are expected to eat one another. That's where that seek sickly. Sweet pork smell comes from that. You're talking about Maitland is just that whole idea of these people have nothing left. The now ended up feasting on each other. And now doc knows that that is the fate. That is waiting for him. He goes back down into the kingdom and the have this event that occurs once a year. Here where it's this big gala ball or whatever..

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"jim thompson" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"jim thompson" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Although I have to say it is not as far from it as Thompsons novelist in concert novel is it's a smash your head against the pavement if you times, and then pour alcohol on it. Because that's how bad it is the right term was meant to be PF. Mcdonagh fish would he had the quirk that can about. I'd quirks to kites are just trying to think I heating how he would Matiu. And we have no idea the mentioned not appear, but Ghana that we ve interesting I measure, what ended up a little bit more like what's up, doc? But originally it was to be he was going to shit. What's up, doc? They in leave it, and then go and make the away and come back, and edit what's up, doc a name it the guy we but in. One brothers says no one have not. So that was changed and all the for pain. And I think we can thank God for that. Because much Meyer, Peter Bogdanovich, he has made many movies like the getaway not a movie that I can see Peter bugged on of doing anything interesting with I think that the core of that movie is so white hot and bitterly cold at the same time. But I I can't imagine him really making a movie from this material that would have in any way been true to the material wants McQueen got onto this. He was calling the shots. Again, was this powerful figure at the time. And correct me if I'm wrong here. But I think that he was the one who said, no, let's get Peckinpah on this because they just done junior Bonner together. The thing was up was a fluke Conde, and the thing wasn't a clean ups and has pop and so that they taken so these guys for hit. And the gammy was picking pas mega hit in terms of money for him on box office. And also Allie McGraw was coming off of love story right around this time. And that was I just watched the kid stays in the picture and just hearing about what a savior love story was for paramount. And it was again like these two white hot stars McGraw and McQueen being put into this one film was oh my God look out for this. And that that's true. I mean that was a powerhouse combination at the time that this movie was made. And yet one of the things that surprised me when I realized it yesterday, and then I watched most of it again this morning was that I was surprised by how soft it was for peck and pasta, given how unbelievably harsh the source material is, and I'm sure we're gonna talk about this more later, but the the cat away is an even rougher more pitiless. More unromantic story in the Jim Thompson version than it is in the pecking five version and nobody ever thinks tech and five and old softy? But he absolutely softened up this story in a really serious way. And one of the first ways that you see it is that in the novel, the betray betrayal. Not even being the appropriate word. Carol sleeping banyan is something. They talk about for the entire book. They talk the minute. The two of them get together until the whole thing comes to a close. And it's a bitter bitter thing between the in the book, it's not something that either of them can ignore an in particular. It's not something that doc can like go off the book sets up this stuff a lot differently because we're not we're not going to do flashbacks within the first few minutes of of a typical movie we're going to set this up, very linearity. And that's what they end up doing though Peckinpah to some. Interesting stuff. There's that sequence of doc and Carol swimming together, which seems to be a fantasy sequence. And then there are those cuts to his memories of Carol when he's imprison so it's almost like flashbacks inside of the prison seen, but not the same way that Thompson would would lay out his story. And do the way that he opens up the film. I are his book. I love the way that he opens up with doc already in that hotel and just being this real magnanimous forced to all of the people that work there real kind of salt of the earth person..

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"jim thompson" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"jim thompson" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Welcome to the projection booth. I'm your host, Mike white. Joining me once again is MS Maitland. Mcdonagh it is always a pleasure for me to be here. Also with us this week as Mr. Iran Carruthers, it's even fewer in sporting it and churlish this week. We are discussing the nineteen seventy two film from director Sam Peckinpah the getaway based on the novel by Jim Thompson and adapted by Walter hill. The film star Steve McQueen as doc McCoy and Allan McGraw as his wife. Carol two young lovers with nothing better to do than rob a Bank with the -plicitly Rudy Butler and the barely a character. Jack Dodson, let's just say that things don't go as well as they should now we're going to be getting into spoilers galore about this movie, and the nineteen Ninety-four remake and the Jim Thompson book along the way. So please be warned now Maitland. When was the first time you saw Pekka pas the getaway. And what did you think? I'm pretty sure. I saw the getaway in the eighties. I did not see it when it with a rigidly released at a little bit early for me. But I thought I believe at film school showing at Columbia University. Though, I was not yet at Columbia. I had friends who are older who were there and it was projected under not ideal conditions, but certainly better than any other that were available to me at that time. And it was a film that I found pretty breast taking in its cynicism. And yet, it unpacking PA likeness in many ways. I mean, I already my idea Peckinpah was the guy who did those incredible blood that and the getaway really is not a bloodbath. Literally, although it is certainly an emotional bloodbath on every level. So it was a little bit of a surprise to me. How about you Aaron I saw it and in five when they release the. DVD verson. Actively young and I was just going to part time because in a Basset t. Spree through Peyton Pau straw dogs. You name it an NSO. There's the air. We always love Steve McQueen because Britain bullish for the great escape every Christmas time, so when you McQueen onion from billets popular. And so the fall of Peckinpah and couldn't give our was like. It's always amazing. I actually saw this movie for this podcast. I heard about it for longtime for whatever reason, I guess it was because my family were big fans of all in the family and watch the originals when those were on the reruns for all those years after and my mom would always tell me about young Sally Struthers being in this movie. And just how different she was than Gloria stiff it's in all in the family, just what a a sex bomb. She was in this movie. And so I always say that tucked away in the back of my head. If like, oh, I should check that movie out some time. I can't say that I'm a huge Steve McQueen fan. Like I've seen bullet that I've seen the greatest scape. But it's like I haven't gone out of my way to see other movies that he's been in. So let's talk about him as a star. Because at this point when he was in this movie, he was. Was a huge star. And I imagine people know that SIV McQueen was a star. And what a big star. He was. But just maybe not the magnitude of what a powerhouse. He was at this time. But yeah, this was a first time viewing for me. I was somewhat familiar with the ninety four film, though, that was also first time view for me. And I kind of came into this one through really wanting to reacquaint myself or acquaint myself with the books of Jim Thompson and saying, hey, here's this movie that was made out of this. Jim Thompson book. Now, I have an excuse. Let's read the Jim Thompson and move into the movie that way, okay mic. I'm appropriate is still reeling. From the fact that you're discovered the getaway valley Struthers, that's pretty bad. Well, you have to admit she is pretty spectacular in this movie. She's. I was so happy to see Allah Terry in this movie as well as as Rudy because I had only really known him as being so the Turk in the godfather..

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"jim thompson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"jim thompson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Five. His first big speech since being president of the United States. Barack Obama came out swinging today in our Bana, Illinois is on the campus. He started out with an I L L chat. He did just to make sure everybody was awake pizza reference to the pizza store. What was someone the restaurants in town? And then talked about corn and beans to make sure everyone knew he knew he was in champion or banner when he was flying flying in. He said that people on the plane who'd never been dealing before. That's CoR that's been we're gonna make. Very stable. Yes. So now in fairness, we're gonna play Donald Trump here to this is Barack Obama today. And I think I think it's on like Donkey Kong the kids used to say. The president the former president denounced President Trump, but he denounced the Republican party. But I have to say this because sometimes we hear oh a plague on both your houses over the past. Few decades wasn't true. When Jim Edgar was governor here Eleanor. Jim Thompson was governor. There are a lot of Republican friends here in Illinois. But over the past few decades, the politics of division of resentment and paranoia has unfortunately found a home in the Republican party. And Jamaica was referenced several times it's interesting because it seems like he stepped into you know, he's going to be a prominent voice in the midterm fight. You listen to that speech today. What does Barack Obama think about Donald Trump's attacks on the press, it shouldn't be democratic or Republican.

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"jim thompson" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"jim thompson" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Ray in iowa on these these were all and you know obviously jim thompson was in that mold hear neil and and that was a little later than but but there was something about the midwest that produced kind of these these moderate uh republican george romney uh yeah short edward uh and i actually uh uh had a chat with milliken son in washington in december of really terrific guy and we talked about his dad who was another one of those sir hero rate environmentalist now you look at the republican party in uh in michigan in wisconsin scott walker in minnesota where they have become radicalised and you realize that maybe that was and i saw that minnesota going back maybe twenty years a little bit of the cliche canary in the coal mine that when states like that could go rogue um that you had a party that was in danger of entirely collapsing away from its norms we i wanna get into that before i leave your that your childhood spirits novi the reason i asked about humphrey was ahead this extraordinary experience when as a young reporter i called in one night and i loved my work i was on the night side at the chicago tribune news i think 19th 77 in these s at called in sick the only time i ever called in sick and i really was sick and they said that's too bad because hubert humphrey is is it appears to be dying and we wanted you to go up to minnesota covered acid forget it out go and i went i got deathly ill covering it but uh.

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"jim thompson" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"jim thompson" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Does that that the city so he might want to do some reading up on arou any he sat from around here i know similar to read opponent accra just because you own the merchandise maher doesn't mean you know everything to saying because it was jim thompson the guy rid of the state mental mental institutions really you balance the budget you're steve tall and that's why you see so many homeless people yes i am steve dole and i'm right about that and even if i'm not the full lines are on hold so i'm never going to know a market a google it i don't feel like it you are a rebel still thank you and audio question who is speaking i i'm not gonna comment on that i don't wanna just don't think it's appropriate right hillary lapping i've been a united states senator for just you know less than a day job i'm going away as our writing there you go dow jones from alabama was thinks about the russian investigation i'm not gonna comment on that right now juicy the foetal who is in being sworn in by mike pence and his doug jones openly gay son sh stay hurrying mike since the it is a pretty it's a you know picture says a thousand words it's one of those will lewis pence villain he was looking ill to shun again a bit of trouble it was just he was concentrating on the exit of diaw protest too much no one a me janja the ways always dreamily staring at the president run goddess of to just tuzla air of as the slow magnificent i either for a yellow founded it's like a it's like a cheese cheeses fountain it a appleby's i am starving number five assure each yeah probably a i'm excited about this one does a good idea to make me give me a keep us moving here as was a five lengths and a good one number five and nugget way irish excuse me one second yeah i am looking at the pictured is going to ask them absolutely pence trying hard not to look at the upper i had no idea and so handsome daggers friend though handsome a they'll make it look i can't lukic swear did your daddy it will be a complicated my wife's not here a not here.

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"jim thompson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"jim thompson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Back to the foul line ed eight away knbr also the tax line at eight away can't be a far felt like the the 510 fits in a strange way i miss the comedy circus of jimmy tea and trends no though and i actually like both those guys by the way jim's house souls are really really good dude and trent is actually a really good guy may net that's the issue would trend bulky in this is where you don't want bobby evans to be in the same boat tried polke add several good drafts then he had several nonproductive drafts and there's a personnel guys are judged on your most recent work and they change that out right now john lynch his personnel needle is total thumbs up but it's a tough job it's a tough job so you know that with jim thompson was not an nfl head coach is a great assistant coach uh but just that's that also is a different animal you know there's a lot of guys were good coordinators a lot of guys good position coaches it's as it's a special thing to to be a head coach um that that's that's all part of it i look at donovan mitchell tonight for the utah jazz 13th pick in the draft out of louisville 63 but the nickname of spider because his wingspan a six thin if you're not work of the day or even if you're at work if you stand up in measure your height now do your wingspan from the tip you're middle finger all the way across her chest of the tip of your all the middle finger the average human being has the same wingspan as their height so to be six three but have a 6'10 wingspan main usually for basketball players that that makes you even because you play with their hands andrey migraines wingspan i think a seven three for dream on which is a big part of why he is so good i think k d's wingspan i want to say is seven six even though he's six eleven some feet tall so interesting that a guard whatever 6'10 wingspan but mitchell's leading all rookies in scoring and so the whole ben simmons in lonzo ball this net donovan mitchell out of louisville the 13th pick in the draft what is more intriguing about this kid is that he was a.

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"jim thompson" Discussed on WJOL Will County 1340

WJOL Will County 1340

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"jim thompson" Discussed on WJOL Will County 1340

"She looked at me and she says you know this is the lake you remember when you were a kid and isis he has looks a little different and there was enough both traffic out there to walk across from both of both i never saying they like my life and you know i said you know i said the horizon i think we're going to have to continue to keep going on with further north if we want to give away from at all paul y you know i remember off all let's see this would be the early eighties and the governor jim thompson went up to the fast channel lakes too you know they want him to come off to see what the problem was with siltation and all this other stuff and uh and he got some money and he uh being of both tax throw throwing a launch on the question late should have have a permit name the money but set july force weekend ed the at forty four thousand plus boats on the chain go that's mindboggling guerra out there and uh and you just literally in the channel you're just it's like driving up from fifty five going into chicago in the morning in order traffic starts at uh my goodness it starts at wilmington probably now y'all shanahan backing up and he was just spoke to bolt to bolton you'd be to bolster bursts going this wait two boats of burst in the other side of the channel going down and everybody is having a good time hayward voting isn't as great and uh it was crazy and um no i remember back then you know years ago that fox slate congratulate lake stake you like the facts lincoln grass like you know tho those lakes were all pretty nice put a stake yet something that was like a green it was an lg but the whole entire lake was just filled with this green stuff and and you know.

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"jim thompson" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"jim thompson" Discussed on KELO

"You may understand that he's in '83 year old man and perhaps it sounds a little need if you read that though when it's written out we'd like to think we speak incomplete sentences but we don't know so i i did have to edit that in and put it into to a readable form so i more of a compiler than an author but but cited about it in in like i said and the response has been good to people were able to and it's been been very very fun who to see the response of it's gotten so far i had a nickel who was a pig farmer uh he during the prohibition of georgia uh whether you called bootleg well really and the only reason they caught him was he gave the mashed through the pigs in the pig restore lincoln called it but l means deuce at super bowls is a good place to be which south dakota really does have sports you know how many chapters to him well it's it's fifteen people this that we interviewed in we tried to we tried to add some diversity there's there's a lot of of great stories uh uh uh the people in this book the ones that i chose there's a lot of people that folks uh like i say carol hearty us is one of the you know he's topfive he's a male rush bore guys for south could've sports history but i also get some of the broadcasters in the state of south gotta jim thompson who was the wonderful sports announcer eventually ended up being best known for rodeo announcing but we how he got into broadcasting in in some of the stories um as a matter of fact he tells the story i'm sure if you are a south dakota needs it's a matter of fact almost any age you have probably at some point heard the another great story from dismiss farm mutual ads lagged the came up with those and so in the book in in the interview he shared the story of how those came about we've got local neigbours falls by the name of dan jenson now i i didn't know dan i've it turns out i've seen a ton of.

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"jim thompson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"jim thompson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"And and i think the whole idea not knowing what was going on his wits with had to be the most difficult part of that story because of course he didn't know what was happening he had this idealist idealistic idea of what was happening in his head on many built a magic house he he had his own you know church in the sky type assigned ratings going on and he you know he just kept from what you've written up to get bragging on his children even though he hadn't seen him in years and years and years and of course they are often the most tumultuous decades it probably in american history it seemed like uh so wind when house was was faced with the idea of telling her chiltern that had to be difficult she was a wreck as she as he said uh uh just an absolute nervous wreck they were people she would say like john birch society folks calling her up and harassing her and uh uh uh she was getting uh reports from the press what who who who is this guy oh that was uh being recognised now all this time and kate well jim is in captivity people were celebrating the heroism of everett alvarez can't j when he was shocked hair and a pilot and uh there was word that would get out about alvarez and the other pilot and you see photographs of them uh on propaganda that the northgate emmys would release and so forth so alvarez uh it was january now 1973 and the pilots were being brought together i mean all the prisoners were being brought together and they brought up the army folks were held a little farther s in southern north vietnam and they tapped to alvarez they have there's somebody here has been held longer than you and he said who i who that aid should jim thompson and he said he remembered reading some propaganda about jim thompson probably shortly after he made the statement and music his capture date is but i think he was.

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"jim thompson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"jim thompson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"He was still in south vietnam has it's just gut wrenching to anybody who's ever been there is thinking you know this he got shot down in nineteen 64 how it's still in high school and uh you know he didn't get out of there until 1973 when i was done with my time minnesota so let us act sleeve right all a lot of things occurred in that time period there so he is captured and of course he was injured in in the plane crash has a crash correct yes he was taken prisoner bell by mountain yards who were sympathetic to the uh and they knew that they had an american prisoner and they would cart him around on a stretcher crudes stricture at the time uh jim a felt that he had broken his back he had a gunshot wound to cross it's cheap he had various other injuries and he was unable to walk so they carded an for several months through the jungles uh on a stretcher and then in time he was turned over to the viet cong and uh he had several attempts early early months after eagle began to walk it in that first year he probably had three escape attempts that it was really just gm trying to walk away uh and then he would pretend to be out there in the john lewis to relief himself when they found him and he was carted back but then he had a real escape attempts and was crude lives uh and then torture really began for him uh uh at one point they'll he was uh he was held the four months in a cage that was too feet high two feet wide and about five feet long and he's a uh jim thompson was a man of about five eight five nine eight so he was on his side for all those laws except for every day for ten minutes he was allowed out of the and then pass back in it wow we're talking with tom philpott is the author of glory denied the story of jim thompson america's longest held prisoner of war here on veterans radio feel free.

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"jim thompson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"jim thompson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"The time i ran across this story living alone down in key west florida and i went down to visit and uh jim couldn't he he had often stroke victims have expressed of of asia any was unable to speak very clearly he couldn't tell his own story he walked over to a real the real taperecorder he added in his living room and turned it on and it was an interview of him being interviewed soon after he got back on a radio show and he spoke clearly and here was his strong voice and he gave me permission on that it in nineteen eight six to research sit story and i decided to sustain the story with the actual words i interviewed more than one hundred sixty people and more than eighty of those voices tell the story including jim thompson on he it turns out he had given uh hours of interviews to readers digest project about pows and most of those interviews beverage published it was used in a book called you're w o can bear reader's digest gave me permission he used the transcripts of those interviews so i have jim's boy along with the voices of all the other people associated with his wife uh before he went to be at phnom during vietnam and then how his family in the trials he went through afterward he he uh his life sort of it clinton get much worse than being a pow but it got very bad uh once he.

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"jim thompson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"jim thompson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Kowloon mortgage ain't dot com that's cal whom mortgage inc dot com and for forgive recall shooter a an email there's a contact form on there there's all kinds of information on their websites i think he'll be able to help you out and i think she's back on the line not yet okay well it looks like are either her phone or our phone is going a little not so here so that's come home mortgage incorporated and i said the uh the website is kowloon mortgage inc dot com and i'm going to give him about thirty seconds to get her back on and then we got to move on so with social you mail you can follow her on facebook and follow it looks like instagram and email uh let's see what else if we got here we got her okay caroline you back i bought technology i know it's because it's probably going to disappear again real quick so how quickly i gave them some phone numbers and stuff how do they contact you so if you go on your website is by your link you might website accounting and mortgage inc it can click their had on my information uh you can also reach me directly at the office i want you to fiery i you i bureau okay we got it kowloon mortgage give her a chance i think she's going to she will earn your business and i think that you'll do a good job for yes thank you very much for being on the program thank you very much for for a becoming a sponsor of veterans radio and i look forward to talking to you soon thank you while they have a good evening youtube byebye bye bye all right so make sure you give carolina caller and check check her out as far as the kowloon mortgage is concerned file we got fisher house coming up on the eight th of november at the stories her service and we've also got our burn pitt movie nights on now november six seventh and eighth each day it's a different location check our website this is up there as well all right we're going to take a quick break when we come back we're going to have our guest is going to be tom philpott he's the author of glory denied the vietnam saga jim thompson america's longest held prisoner of war a most compelling story so don't go away we'll be right back after this if you.

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"jim thompson" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"jim thompson" Discussed on WCPT 820

"The coq brothers and the griffin's etcetera rounder thinks that you know that's just fine let's get rid of the union funding let's get rid of the of of the union of political funding and then we can swamp him we can take control of of of of the whole mechanism in the state we don't have to worry about the electing democrats etcetera etcetera etcetera let's should get it let's just get rid of the unions and that that's the governor that's the governor that we're talking about that's what he's done for you folks in view are working man and woman you should be proud right year go around the state talking about leadership talking about fighting going after might madigan that's all he has done in his first term is fight mike milligan and the democrats tell me something else he has done he has caused more pain and more suffering for the people of the state than any other governor in recent memory think about it jim edgar didn't hurt like that didn't hurt people like that jim thompson didn't hurt people like that george ryan didn't hurt people like that every at least they paid attention to the social programs and the people that need in this state some not so much as others but they never caused the damage that bruce rauner has called a social programs the universities e hurt the fights against a of a budget the the the flight of of university students the flight of talent out of this state because of the budget crisis this all perpetrated by bruce rounder and his stubborness on his his his socalled turnaround agenda which i've always called a turnbacktheclock ejn okay so that's a good that's a couple of things that i wanted to talk about also wanted to mention the.

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"jim thompson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"jim thompson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That i think for starters this team i think he expectations let's start right they're going into this season it was pretty clear this was knock it a piece season where they were going to contend for the nfc west nor are they going to contend for even a wildcard positions you're is going to be about rebuilding and should they win a handful of games great a great we're gonna get some guys in place we're going to get a new look offensives new gam there's a whole new atmosphere and then on top of that now let the season historic first where you can see do did this team is not deduce other over abundance of talent out there on the field there's really not they don't really have playmakers out there they got guys have a good pros pierre got some probably the most decorated of across idea has been okay got the short touch downs yesterday but he's not he's not giving it the 100yard game sees not rushing for a hundred and moving the change that way so i think expectations and then mirth their competing every week and ina and i i hate to say this but nfl record five straight weeks we lose by three or less that there is something to that they're always in these games out yet okay good i think agree with almost my point is they're not get blown up forty two three and you're saying all these things stink answer would be two things one first of all on the field last year's defense was historically the worst defense we ever seen dared dramatically better assets is much even with their problems in the side ery it's a better going with a lack of finishing in the pocket of sacking guys they're better on defense has number one and number two is perception perception is a huge deal and kyle shanahan came with credibility jim thompson had zero head coach credibility chip kelly seemed like a desperation wash up higher and kyle shanahan came with credibiity as did john lynch who john lynch carries himself with a stanford air in a stamp so they have won the perception wore look how they're in the contract to how the general managers handled things thanks jed oh john lynch.

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