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"kim stone" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Japanese takes a generous poppin lunch is gonna be fun. Kim Stone, She's a general manager of the Chase Center she used to run American Airlines. Arena in Miami is well, It's got a great background and it's been challenging the Chase said It was only open six months before the pandemic it but fans gonna come back April 23rd against the Denver Nuggets. So let's talk all about it and everything that you need to doubt and Kim joins us courtesy. Of the room. I guess I'm Hi, Kim. Hi. Thanks for having me. That's great to talk to you to say that being the general manager of Chase Center has been challenging. That's that's probably an understatement. Tell us what it's been like that the venue is open six months and then everything kind of goes to heck. E would say it was six glorious months. We were really pounding into, um, shape of our quote, midseason shape, and then suddenly goes it hits. You know, that's something beyond our control. But we had. We're lucky enough to have 78 events prior to that great told out shows. Um you know, I always say is like we park the Ferrari in the garage, so we keep going in and turning on the engine, But we're ready to open it wide open and here very soon and welcome fans back. Yeah, Obviously, I would have one of the events right away The Elton John concert right away and all the warrior games before March, the tent and the shutdown Cam and you know one thing that I was really impressed with even before The whole world stopped when ready. Go bare, Tested positive in the sports world was you guys were on top of it? You know, it was disinfected everywhere and everywhere you turned s O. Now that you're going to reopen Just give us the protocols about you know, how do fans enter the you know? Do you need to be fully vaccinated and or the coronavirus? Negative test. Tell us about you guys. You're a little bit different than other teams in sports where you're actually going to send out Cove ID test kit for fans. How did they access that? How does it all gonna work to get people back in the arena a week from Friday, Kim Well, Absolutely So you really hit on the keep once there, but I'll go back and build in a little bit deeper. So you said it Well, we are offering coded testing the free Tour fans. So if you buy online through warriors dot com a kit will be sent to you..
"kim stone" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Bill Polian, where he talks about all the quarterbacks need to check out episode 44. Right now, Bill. It's always our honor. Thank you so much for the inside. Hopefully, you could do it again real soon. Look forward to it. Thank you guys. Thank you, sir. All right. There's bill pulling. We won't have time to discuss some of the things he said there, but he gave us a lot of great insight will do that a little bit later on in the program that Kim Stone's gonna join us coming up next season, the GM of the chase into the Chase Center's coming back on the 23rd with the Nuggets. We'll get into it, cause you're going, you're gonna need some insight into what to do. We're gonna do it next. Only here on the SportsCenter. You're smart speaker is a radio to hear Papa in London home. Just say your apple pod play KNBR Long ball. Longoria High. Keep Small ball the pitch to your script, you bunch of third base side. It's gonna be a basis. Teaching another Save. Jake McGee, defense. Perfect. They got him. Buster threw that ball right on the bag. Even some of this goes belt and he's going to steal second base. Your severance. This go giants or a five tool team. Getting money hits their pitching well, they're doing a lot of little things right there Getting bunch down there, hitting cut off their running and taking the extra base with anticipation. The defense is surprising everybody but not themselves. They have a lot of confidence as a club this afternoon, T k P. Bringing a guy who's got to be loving what he's seeing from the giant staff. It's our three time champ Jeremy Affeldt at 2 30, followed by the man who equipped this roster with all of its tools that Giants President of baseball laughs Farhaan site He joins the guy's a five way our KNBR 1045.
"kim stone" Discussed on Play Your Way
"You're finding them left and right and and just every person you talk you get in the rewards. Are i mean there's some that give you more others but it is just so much collecting. There's actually even figure means you can collect four in the game which which is cool. It's a cool idea. Do at one time. And i'm done i'm moving on. It's good for the people there who want it. Yes an issue with the kim stones. Is that sometimes. You can't invents the game until you find the right person in the right stone match with them. It's a a bit of a flawed design in my opinion to high events it behind collecting these little items but again it comes back down to two. Gb how those kind of games were designed and they are consistent with design because i've played three to five gb a games and boy do are they similar in many ways but Yeah any any thoughts. I don't collecting for you. Oh i'm trying to think of o of played them before i'm trying to think of specific ones. I mean obviously like the older. Mario games are gonna like really do it by. There's at least some kind of reward for it. yeah. I talk about Like super mario sixty four marci's for ds. Where if i remember correctly you know you get a certain amount of coins in you. Get an extra life. I think that does it a real. I think that does a better way to do it. Because it's not something you necessarily need to have but if you do it you get a satisfying reward for that in my opinion. But i mean there been. There's a ton of games you know that. Just kinda really really over like emphasize the need and desire to just collect items now question. What are your thoughts on. Majorities masking in collecting on the mask and those kinds of side quests so funny enough. 'cause i was thinking about mr moore's mask the other i think that works in. Its own way because you don't have to get all of the mass to right to beat the game The big reward in that game is if you have a if you get a. I don't need to get all of them. But if you get a bunch of them then you trivialize the final boss fight because you get the fierce mask. Yes it's a. it's a really satisfying reward. But you don't have to do it. You can still beat the game without it and all those other like any required mass that you need to get you're gonna get just by playing the game but you don't have to do all of these these other things and actually while we're talking about mentors mask because this is an episode about Side quests i wanna talk about the cyclists in that game.
"kim stone" Discussed on Mala Wielka Firma
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"kim stone" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books
"Doesn't function that way. Yeah, see some of that the color. Yeah, that's way too organized for for for me as well. But I get jealous when I see that I know it's awesome. It's so awesome. And actually it'd be great. If someone just did that for me and then I could pick it up, you know after the fact and keep it going but I just don't have the patience. And now that I'm at Five Books in I just I just seems like such a daunting task. Yeah. Well it's working for you. Yeah, you got five bucks said so yeah, so it clearly works. I'm not going to change it. Yeah. I can remember who I read that did that they they published they printed the manuscript and then they would lay it out on the floor and sit there and like a jigsaw would yeah move things around so hey, yeah, whatever works it works for me and I have tried every other way possible. Trying to be more organized but I always revert back to the chaos. And I do I love reading those books of you'll be living in the United States living here about off the countries, you know, I love reading those International Thrillers. What's the crime fiction in in British has it seems so Lively and they have such great books is that some sites are pretty vibrant scene over slash. Oh my God, it's fantastic. What when I lived in Toronto I moved here when I was I think twenty-seven twenty-eight and I constantly I was really big into home like Kathy reichs and you know, those type of series Patricia Cornwell and I still love them, you know Linwood Barkley those were like my favorite authors over there and I moved here and I started reading the series and it took me a while cuz sometimes they use the Accents in you know, like especially Scottish wage. Authors who I love there's some incredible Scottish authors over here, but when they're using the actual dialogue how they speak it took me a while to kind of decipher what they were saying wage, but it's what I love about British crime. It's quite gritty there's that kind of gritty feel to it almost an old Noir feel to it. Um and I guess you know, you have like really big names here like although Steve Kavanaugh is he's Irish and I you know, how big is over in the States but I think his books sell his books are based in the states. Whereas a lot of the crime authors over here, especially like the ones I work with and Jim Morrison's is fantastic her series Kim stone is actually set in a town. That's an hour away from me. So, you know, like when I woke Over you kind of visualize these places that people are talking about and my books are set in a future where I work and although I kind of created fictional parts of Staffordshire. He's fictional towns. Some people have said to me. Oh, I know exactly what where you're talking about. And I love that about the British crime authors, and I'm sure it happens over there as well. But I haven't read a lot of us or even Canadian writers for quite some time because I lived here and I guess because i'm, you know submitting to wage Ashish Publishers. I kind of although they they want books that are easy to translate over in the US. I kind of have lost touch with what happens over there. But yeah, I just I just love the grittiness about them and you know, the I'm a big swear. I have to admit and it's hard that I have. I haven't sworn once yet, but I love that about the British too because they're just like me and I've always been that way. So it you know, the the books I know some people get offended by the language but when you work and I can attest to my own language when I worked information we swore along and there was a lot it was kind of like that release. So I think it just adds that bit of authenticity to it, you know, and the the settings and the atmosphere like is just great over here because you've got you know, the rural countryside's literally, you know twenty minutes away from the towns and the page big cities. So there's plenty of places to hide bodies and it's still quite atmospheric when when you go on a drive. So the only thing about being a crime writer though now, is that everywhere I go off. I'm thinking oh, that would be a great place to hide a body. Yeah. Yeah, we're wired weird like that at the same way too. And I love going to I love England and the UK and Iraq had a friend was living in Scott Bishop Stafford side of London somewhere like thirty miles. I can't remember but yeah, I was like this Countryside. I'm like, well, this would be a perfect place to bury a body exactly exactly that you know, like I'm a big fan of Ian Rankin who is one of the Scottish authors over here and his Rebus series is based in Edinboro and every time I go up there to Edinburgh and I love Scotland. I hope some point to migrate and remove over there at some point. But every time I go there I'm thinking. Oh my God redus Walk the street like read. This is a character and I'm just saying oh and we just went into that Pub and oh, I know that that's from you know fleshmarket close and it's it's really bizarre. How immersed as a dog Either you get into when you see these places where you know books that you love are are based. It's fantastic. Yeah, and you see a TCL are you getting more cuz the world's getting so small now with American readers enjoying this the British Thriller cuz I think now we've got BBC America over here where we you know, like Luther and all those shows. Oh lovely. Yeah, actually, I think I think a lot of our like we have Lisa Regan, who is she is US based, although we publish her here in the UK. She has a really great series out and her her latest save her soul was out yesterday. So she has a big u s fan base and DJ Hood who is originally from the UK but lives in Australia. She sets her books in America and she is a big fan base over there and we've got John Ryder who dead Is a pseudonym for Graham Smith. He's a scottish-based author, but he's got some amazing action thrillers. First shot is his debut action thriller, which is US based off but his characters all have a UK or Scottish background. So I think they are transferable in that sense. And I think the American and Canadian audiences like to read the British crime series, but also like it when they have it has a bit of the americanism in it if you know what I mean, like, I think they struggle sometimes with some of the terms and sometimes I think they struggle with the difference in how police Work over here versus over there, but I think it's growing and it's really great to see cuz especially when you know, if I was in fact that map I reading more of the British writers because they're writing is it's so different. Yeah by like you say it is it's transferable people people love that stuff they love watching like like you mentioned Luther huge fan of Luther and I love the fact that he is such an you know, he's The heart of the detective he's got a good heart but he's such a bad. I was going to say.
"kim stone" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"244 years ago in Philadelphia. The 56 signers of our Declaration of Independence, pledged their lives their fortunes to boldly proclaimed this eternal truth that we are all Made equal by God. President took aim but protesters toppling monuments and said they are lying about her history and should be ashamed. A crowd of shouting protestors yanked down the Christopher Columbus Statue of Baltimore Saturday night while police Stood by a large group of armed protesters march through Georgia Stone Mountain Park, calling for the park's massive Confederate carving to be rowed President Trump is signed into law a temporary extension of a subsidy program for small businesses battered by the Corona virus. Lawmakers created the program in March, providing direct federal subsidies to businesses for payroll and other costs, such as rent. Have since modified it twice wants to add more money and more recently to provide more flexibility on how the funding Khun B used of the $660 billion approved about 130 remains eligible. The legislation extends the deadline for applying for the program. Toe August 8th. Then. Thomas Washington A shooting at a South Carolina nightclub left 12 people in various condition early Sunday. Ring of officers responded. Active gunfire from inside the building victims were taken to the hospital. It's unclear whether anyone is in custody related to the shooting. Florida, Texas reported record daily increases in confirmed Corona virus cases Saturday In Jupiter, Florida voter, Kim Stone says it's great to be out of the water. It's nice after quarantining for so long and afraid to go anywhere, you can't.
"kim stone" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"It Works watcher in New York City. I expected to see a beautiful extravaganza. Fireworks like in the years past, Kim Stone of Jupiter, Florida enjoyed celebrating America's 244th birthday. It's great family friends get some fresh air with everything that's going on in our country. There were fourth of July celebrations at the White House, where President Trump spoke about enemies and the civil war. Independence Day for hundreds of invited guests in the White House. South lawn meant music, military flyovers, fireworks and the U. S president attacking China for the Corona virus, and amid rising cases and deaths in many states. We've made a lot of progress. Our strategy is moving along well and we're now in the process of Defeating the radical left, accusing the media of slandering Confederate soldiers, insisting that they fought For racism. They fought for freedom, says the president. Chuck's Iverson. ABC News earlier in the day, he tweeted that increased testing was the reason for the rising number of Corona virus cases, 52,000 were reported Saturday. Health experts have said that rises not just because of testing Mohr on the numbers from ABC is Trevor Ault, the daily nationwide death toll and the mortality rate have been on the decline but deaths arising in 14 states and hospitalizations air up in 27. One of the two women who was hit by a car that drove onto a road closed during a protest in Seattle early Saturday, has died of her injuries, 24 year old summer Taylor done Saturday night at Harbor View Medical Center, where 32 year old remains hospitalized in critical condition. The drivers in custody Demonstrators in Baltimore Saturday, topple the statue of Christopher Columbus and throw it into the water, the city's inner harbor. You're listening to ABC News News radio time, 12 02 It sure looked like a normal fourth of July across the Denver metro area. That sound from the.
"kim stone" Discussed on KOMO
"Dot com This is Kayla Seattle from ABC News. I'm Brian Clark Corona virus Pandemic impacting Fourth of July celebrations in a variety of ways, disappointing this fireworks watcher in New York City, I expected to see a beautiful extravaganza. Fireworks like in the years pass, the Kim Stone of Jupiter, Florida enjoyed celebrating America's 244th birthday. It's great family friends get some fresh air with everything that's going on in our country. There were fourth of July celebrations at the White House, where President Trump spoke about enemies on the civil war. Independence Day for hundreds of invited guests in the White House South lawn meant music, military flyovers, fireworks and the U. S president attacking China for the Corona virus, and amid rising cases and deaths in many states, we've made a lot of progress. Our strategy is moving along well and we're now in the process of Defeating the radical left, accusing the media of slandering Confederate soldiers, insisting that they fought For racism. They fought for freedom, says the president. Chuck's Iverson. ABC News earlier in the day, he tweeted that increased testing was the reason for the rising number of Corona virus cases, 52,000 were reported Saturday. Health experts have said that rises not just because of testing Mohr on the numbers from ABC is Trevor Ault, the daily nationwide death toll and the mortality rate have been on the decline but deaths arising in 14 states and hospitalizations air up in 27. One of the two women who was hit by a car that drove onto a road closed during a protest in Seattle early Saturday, has died of her injuries, 24 year old summer Taylor done Saturday night at Harbor View Medical Center, where 32 year old remains hospitalized in critical condition. The drivers in custody Demonstrators in Baltimore Saturday, topple the statue of Christopher Columbus and throw it into the water, the city's inner harbor. You're listening to ABC News. This is an advertisement paid on. Attorney spokesperson Ricky LeBlanc admitted in Massachusetts only Sokoloff.
"kim stone" Discussed on WTVN
"And weather in central Ohio. These radio 6 10 W. TV and Columbus on my heart radio Station News. I'm Brian Clark Corona virus Pandemic impacting Fourth of July celebrations in a variety of ways, disappointing this fireworks watcher in New York City. I expected to see a beautiful extravagance. Dad's a fireworks like in the years pass the Kim Stone of Jupiter, Florida enjoyed celebrating America's 244th birthday. It's great family friends get some fresh air with everything that's going on in our country. There were fourth of July celebrations at the White House, where President Trump spoke about enemies and the civil war. Independence Day for hundreds of invited guests in the White House South lawn meant music, military flyovers, fireworks and the U. S president attacking China for the karaoke. The virus and amid rising cases and deaths in many states, we've made a lot of progress. Our strategy is moving along well and we are now in the process of Defeating the radical left, accusing the media of slandering Confederate soldiers, insisting that they fought For racism. They fought for freedom, says the president. Chuck's Iverson. ABC News earlier in the day, he tweeted that increased testing was the reason for the rising number of Corona virus cases, 52,000 were reported Saturday. Health experts have said that rises not just because of testing Mohr on the numbers from ABC is Trevor Ault, the daily nationwide death toll and the mortality rate have been on the decline but deaths arising in 14 states and hospitalizations air up in 27. One of the two women who was hit by a car that drove onto a road closed during a protest in Seattle early Saturday, has died of her injuries. 24 year old summer Taylor done Saturday night at Harbor View Medical Center, where 32 year old remains hospitalized in critical condition. The drivers in custody and demonstrators in Baltimore Saturday topple the statue of Christopher Columbus and throw it into the water, the city's inner harbor..
"kim stone" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Sign the virus is surging in many parts of the U. S. And casting a very dark shadow over this fourth of July holiday celebration weekend. Officials and health authorities are warning people to take precautions or just simply stay home. But For a lot of people. Water is where it's at. Our boats are spread apart and we are doing our social distancing like we're supposed to be, and is Kim Stone. She lives in Jupiter, Florida says It's great to be out on the water. It's nice after quarantining for so long and afraid to go anywhere, you can't get better than fresh air and out on the water. Meanwhile, Alabama this week also set a record for infections reported in the day Virginia officials ordering the removal of a large American flag from a construction site ahead of the holiday weekend, calling it a potential target for people protesting racial injustice and police brutality. Officials from the States Department of General Services asked a contractor to take down the flag from the new office building for state lawmakers under construction in Richmond. I'm not objecting to the standard sized flag is still flying on a crane at the site, but they say the larger one would be easier to reach. The Senate has set the stage now for passage of the National Defense Authorization Act when it returns from its fourth of July recess. Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman James Inhofe says the bill is well timed this weekend as you celebrate independence State. Think about what This holiday stands for Think about what it takes to protect the freedom that we celebrate in office in Senate Passage is just the latest step in what could be a months long process. Very likely it be. It could be November. Would we actually end up passing this bill bill calls for some $740 billion in defense.
"kim stone" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Com I'm Rhonda Rocks TRA a record Dave a reported Corona virus cases in Florida. 11,445. It's the latest sign the virus is surging in many parts of the U. S. And casting a very dark shadow over this fourth of July holiday celebration weekend. Officials and health authorities are warning people to take precautions or just simply stay home. But for a lot of people, water is where it's at. Our boats are spread apart and we are doing our social distancing like we're supposed to be. And is Kim Stone. She lives in Jupiter, Florida says it's great to be out on the water. It's nice after quarantining for so long and afraid to go anywhere, you can't get better than fresh air and out on the water. Meanwhile, Alabama this week also set a record for infections reported in the day Virginia officials ordering the removal of a large American flag from a construction site ahead of the holiday weekend, calling it a potential target for people protesting racial injustice and police brutality. Officials from the States Department of General Services asked a contractor to take down the flag from a new office building for state lawmakers under construction in Richmond. They're not objecting to the standard sized flag that's still flying on a crane at the site, but they say the larger one would be Easier to reach. The Senate has set the stage now for passage of the National Defense Authorization Act when it returns from its fourth of July recess. Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman James Inhofe says the bill is well timed this weekend as you celebrate independence State. Think about what This holiday stands for Think about what it takes to protect the freedom that we celebrate in off. So Senate Passage is just the latest step in what could be a months long process. Very likely it be. It could be November. Would we actually end up passing this bill bill calls for some $740 billion in defense spending for People buy Agnew, Capitol Hill News and analysis sit townhall dot com. Scarlett on stone radio is brought to you by chase specific property management and real estate services. Welcome to Scarlett on stone radio, Also known as S O s. An Independent Bible.
"kim stone" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"God. I don't own a Twitter account or whatever else Facebook or whatever this stuff is when I die, if I don't get cremated might Kim stone put he never blankety blank Facebook, because I wouldn't waste my time on that stuff. But again, that's just me. The people are maybe I don't know. How's going? Back in the bat game away from everybody else, and contemplate, how can do some I gotta ask you. I gotta ask you, this, you go, so superman Batman. Would win wouldn't even be close. Hideout. Kryptonite. He did. Exactly superman. I saw the battle. I saw about. No, you're right. JJ superman all the way. Thanks. Oh, and don't forget, Ohio's a four letter word or level word. Goldblum. Beat them to it. Have a good weekend. I we're we're not going to be just a reminder. We won't be on tomorrow or Friday. So this is kind of Friday, thing like that. It's the weekend. I guess so three day we know. Get used to it. He gave them a couple of days. I use that. Working you are going to have those days off. I'll be bouncing around the studios little bit. You know what I'm going to do on my on my days off? I told I KENDALL going on road for Dr we can we're going to go on a road trip. And I'm going to watch the, the Ken burns documentation of the civil war. That's my thing. I told you I love history thing I'm watching that, that's about it. Big. I'm a big history. World War Two of all the war World War, Two is my kind of special Vietnam, because my dad was in it. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I wanna know everything. Talked about it. He never talked about, you know, he doesn't talk about some that he doesn't talk about, but they did they did redact something off. His office thing where when we went to Syracuse to celebrate my brother. Joe getting his jersey retired. They were able to tell the fans that he, he got an he he had a Vietnam flag and everything like that. It was kind of cool. Nice, remember everything. So I was just going crazy. Like I was acting like I'd never been on a football field before. Just enjoy. You know, just having fun. Cabinet superman Batman. Tough one. I'm going to go up Batman. Okay. All right. Why what you okay, man? I'm giving you superman Batman. Is this even really? Batman, cash all day why you be what? He's superman. Batman got got built. Belt. He's got all kinds of just the man, right? And he's smart. Just a man. Yes, he is. Okay. Superman obviously, you have read the comic books. I've read the. I don't know. You, you haven't even seen that movie yet because I heard it was terrible. It is terrible. But you gotta watch it is a marvel guy. I don't see that DC nonsense. Good. You told me it was good. I mean they hey they listen. I'm just saying they listen they did. They did make aquaman better. So this thing didn't see that one. Okay. Well, see you need Jamie enough, you'll want. Too. So let me say this you know what I saw. Yes, I can honestly say it's twenty twenty three now don't forget and game. Did you see in game? Okay. Talk about it. Spoiler has exactly. But two weeks ago me and my mom going to Jay two. I did remind him of it last week. Right. What happened then they never go, then I went and saw a lead in with my niece instead should've taken her game double feature. Hey. Ellie power. Spend seven hours at the movie theater with a four year old he doesn't know teacher hop theaters. Here's you'll learn. That's a lost art. I think it is too, because they get you down. We need to go to break. We come back. Good stuff. You listening to the IMSA. Mm-hmm. Zone. Accountemps..
"kim stone" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"On Thursday. Day. Welcome back. My friend. Dave Ray is in El Paso because the federation for American Immigration Reform sent him and my other friend IRA down there to see for themselves. What's happening, and Dave I had to crack up when this morning I woke up to this footage of migrants exiting a manhole sewer tunnel in El Paso. I thought you're right in the middle of this. Yeah. I told you I'd get right in the heart of east and here, I am. I had did not see that footage though. But sure would have been shocking walking down the street. Yeah. They're literally one hundred and eleven people crawling out of a manhole in downtown El Paso. Yeah. On the intersection of Campbell and just a block away from the police station. You can't make this stuff. Wow. Yeah. I didn't catch that one on my morning walk. Well, we knew that. I I wish I would have reported that two prior radio shows today, but we knew that they had a big bust yesterday in the area. There were four hundred five people after hinted coming over the border, and you know, things here are actually as you can imagine worse than we expected the border patrol were hearing from some of the higher ups that they are completely out of detention space that they are that people illegal aliens may come in. They they know this in advance, and they're not even bothering to ask for political asylum. They know that they're going to be charged with illegal immigration and released and then right here in downtown El Paso, they're being put on buses and center. Throughout the country. So the whole thing is turning into a big joke and really the only ones laughing daily because the American taxpayers are getting stuck paying for all of this. And on top of that, you know, we don't have a clue if people are exactly, you know, there's no background check done on them and whatever cursory information aboard patrol can lean from them during their interviews. You know, if somebody offers up something than they would be detained. But otherwise have those space they have to be let go Szucs. It's it's a sad sad comedy. It is and you know, the other thing I was thinking about and like you I have been down to the border and seen for myself. And what makes me the angriest is I don't detest the people who are coming here. Because I actually think they know how Great America is. I. Test the politicians who don't protect this great nation on and therefore will allow it to be dragged down fleeing poverty fleeing crime. I get that. I may not approve of it. But I understand it. I don't understand how people could say this is a manufactured crisis. Right. I mean, this is a political crisis. It was made in Washington. And it is a, you know, I hang this right with right with Paul Ryan when he had control of the house representatives. There was a really good Bill there by congressman Goodlatte and had they could a little bit of it had the leadership leaned into Bill a bit. It did much better than expected. But they could have got that over the finish line. Then it would have been up to descend that to get it through. But Paul Ryan, just you know, good riddance. As far as I'm concerned, he wasn't in this for immigration reform. I don't really think he liked any of. What President Trump had talked about doing immigration wise. And so now, we're in the middle of a political crisis the asylum. Everyone argues, you know, the the folks that I spent time with sheriff's yesterday and everyone acknowledges that the border wall. That is here is working well that crime down in El Paso has been cut dramatically, but that the asylum laws are woefully inadequate and need to be tightened up immediately. They also need immediate expansion of detention space here along the border, and in that detention, and in those detention areas, they need mobile asylum court so the people who are caught today can have their asylum hearings in the next few days, and we can get a determination, and they're either allowed into the country as leave or they are sent back home because I truly. Aleve. Joyce. It's not until they start seeing busloads of their fellow compatriots coming back from the United States with their failed. Silom bids that this crisis is going to end. Yeah. Well, and I'm looking at a lot of new studies. You know, it's amazing to me is that you have, you know, both parties in in Washington debating, whether or not this is a humanitarian crisis or political crisis. Whether you know, the President Trump has has manufactured a crisis, but all of them agree. It's a crisis and no movement at all when we win a tie up and other three days talking about the Muller report, you know, and. All I could hear every turn on TV's. It's more investigation into the bowler Voeller bowler. Meanwhile, you know, wheels are coming off the cart here letting in you know, we're gonna we're gonna top a million apprehension this year. I bet hasn't happened in a decade. And I mean, let's just be honest Joyce. This is a great opportunity for the Democrats to embarrass President Trump on his Kim stone issue he promised to get control of the border. The exact opposite has happened. I think yesterday when he put out those guidelines to DHS to overhaul you know, what little thing they can do in terms of barring asylum-seekers from getting work documents and quicken the court court process as much as possible and putting -application fees for us. Applicants asylum applicants I mean. You know, they could only manage around the very margins of this the actual law needs change. Yeah. Lasting Chan only happen in congress. You know, we do not have a dictatorship here we have a presidency, and he can't change the laws will actually bomb. It said that about twenty three times, and then he came up with the DACA amnesty? So I guess. An entirely accurate, but. Memorandum's just a step in the right direction. You know, it doesn't change asylum policy right in in all those thing happened in that memorandum. That would be six months down the road before we would see anything. But you know, if you had the right ten Republicans and Democrats in a room together. I think in the course of four hours they could hand hammer out a new asylum agreement get this taken care of. But instead they're gonna let the country suffer. I I don't know. How much louder we ask the screen before they step in doing their jobs. Yeah. And some of those jobs are just be enforcing the laws that exist. I mean in force the penalties. If you file a frivolous asylum application you to be removed. That's all as quickly as possible. You know, close all those loopholes. So that you don't have terrorists entering the country and getting benefits on top of everything else. And you know, what is the legal definition, for instance of? Aggregated aggravated felony. You know, having those coming in this country because we don't have a comprehensive definition. Right. And you know, the other thing is how about tightening up the rules on people who ask for political asylum after passing through a second safe country. Right. Let's face it. These central Americans are all if they are truly politically persecuted in their home, countries and Central America. They were not politically persecuted in Mexico, and they spent a month or two in Mexico, and yet they're coming here to the United States ask for political asylum. Here's an agreement between the United States and Canada. The people can't do that between between our two countries. We should have that same agreement with Mexico. Yeah. Well, we ought to terminate the Flora's settlement agreement that when I say close look the asylum loopholes, you know, they could have started of the rulemaking process on the floor as agreement mugs ago. I understand it. Like five different federal agencies to do this. But I need the whole fact that we can't detain people who arrived with children for more than twenty days. And that really is the jet fuel behind the catch and release program. And it's also has unwittingly suck kids into this process. Let's not forget two very young children had died because their parents knew they needed them to get into the United States and voted these kids should have cushioned still be alive. And instead they lost their lives at a very young age. You know that as far as I'm concerned constitutes a crisis. And you know, how many more lost lives there have to be? And these guys are so stuck in their stupid little game. Try to catch, you know, Trump in some sort of conspiracy with this report that that there, you know, letting goodwill. The good the goodness of the country. Go what has the democratic house of representatives accomplish this year? I mean, I can't name thing. Well, yeah, they've made President Trump miserable. That's all and actually not that miserable. He seems to thrive on it. You know? And and they just and what they do is they reinforce his possibilities of reelection. But you know, what my my friend just sent me a tax which I thought in capsules at all it says we ought to ask the illegal immigrants to draft new immigration legislation since it's a job Americans won't do. Yeah. That's a good one. I mean, I've been hearing that for years, you know. And then perhaps they do a better job at it. Because they appreciate the greatness of this nation. Unlike the guy sitting in Washington DC, well, and so did legal immigrants. I mean, the people who really, and that's my, you know, you said you don't have any BI with these people will might be with the folks. Who are who are in essence cutting their way in line to get into the country. Now, not going through the legal process is that other people have waited their turn to come through the legal process. They paid the money. They've not endangered the lives of their children. There is a way of getting in here. You can't accuse us of not being generous. We take in a million people a year. Why why these folks will not abide by the by the play by disables that everyone else in the world plays by I find mildly infuriating. Yeah. Well, I do agree. But, but I can I can show more compassion for them than it can for the men and women who are earning six figures sitting pushy offices in Washington playing games with the American people safety playing games, though, national security our economy. It's outrageous. You know? No, I'm with you on that one. Yeah. Drugs, and you know, the amount of nocco trafficking that's going on human trafficking. It's outrageous. And they want to you know, ask Bill bar a few more questions about the mullahs report yet. Yeah. I mean, you know, we have border patrol agents saying I can't ever patrol the border because I'm changing diapers and shooting up hot pockets all time. I mean, you know, this is really what congress wants them to be doing. I mean, this is. Yeah. It is. Well, stay safe down there. How long you guys staying down there you heading back. We're here for another day. We're heading home tomorrow. The yesterday we actually met up with the sheriff. And the guy said the sheriff said to me are, you know, we're going to be right up on the border, and it's very dangerous there. And he says, do you know, how to shoot a gun Irish said, no, I've never done in my life. And I said, well, yeah, I grew up hunting. I know how to shoot a gun not a problem. I look in. And I go to get in the backseat, and what would be hold. It's a machine gun. I mean, you know, I was thinking shot they didn't use those on bears and year, we didn't. But she we did machine gun. Dear. I never really quick shamed. On a machine gun to thankfully. We didn't need to use it my. Yeah, stay safe. You know, I remember how dangerous it was five ten years ago, and by those standards that was a walk in the park now. Now, you really advanced methods of smuggling and all the rest of it. Anyway, stay safe. Dave. I appreciate you. Call in from the border give I remind love tell him when he gets back. I'm gonna teach them how to shoot. Okay. You have a great day you to take care not to take a break and take care of a little bit of business jet. They Yankees in Diamondbacks. First pitches. The center noone at three forty on brother station. Six forty the hurricane south Florida's home for the New York Yankees spring is here, folks. 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"kim stone" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Take all the negative press that you deserve for this with zero potential that this will actually have this do the people who do this and send her out there. Do they have no sense of how slaughtered a person is going to be not is that the the it's the dumbest one ever it. Just again that of the hills today on can't that some mung the stupidest I've seen. Yes. Can't I was I watched some just go get get out of here. Excuse yourself. Come back and five minutes and say, this was a terra just. The child on the sidewalk on fire. Go to be happening. Well, it's it's one of those stories where you're like must read that. Misquoted? Embody cutting this out, and again who minder it would never happen. Congress would not do this because guess what their politicians politics things that are hugely swell. Don't always do things that are hugely stupid. Devos. Never got vote. We will take change coming emailing jingle when we were doing. I'm Tony Kornheiser. You'll listening to the Tony Kornheiser show. Kim stone these men L bag gut serene. Male fact, Jews and you'd go come. Goethe read so for all your phone and before we get into the mail bag. Let me thank Pat forty of. Yahoo. Sports for coming on with us today. Let me thank today. Sponsors the boots and quip remembered listening subscribed to archived episodes Tony Kornheiser show wherever you listen to podcasts including apple podcasts. Spotify Google play on radio dot com..
"kim stone" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Every woman wants to be you. Jane wells, good morning. How are you? Good. I'm good. And I I guess Eddie Lampert is really good this morning. Well, we'll find out you know, he used to have a great reputation as great as Warren Buffett, but his handling of Sears over the last two years since he took over has not been stellar by Sears. If you're a Sears, sharper or employees, Sears lives to fight another day Lampert has succeeded in in buying the company of bankruptcy. Our auction convincing the creditors. Let him have another shot. He's offer somewhere between five and six billion dollars including kicking on a lot of debt. The is to go from about seven hundred seven hundred stores now to around four hundred is also blind the Kenmore and diehard brand gonna save about fifty thousand jobs. The question is going down to four hundred well that save the company and very rarely and the history of retail when you downsize that drastically do you survive? Well, and I think too don't you think that just the public opinion of the stores are anybody who's walked into a Sears store? Lately is going to taint whatever efforts. He has. I mean, I feel like he's already started with one hand tied behind his back those stores look awful right now. It looks like a little kid who hasn't cleaned up his room in like a month, and you walk in and you go oh my God. Let's just fumigate the place, and you know, completely gut it and start over that part of the criticism of his handling is that over the years. He did not freshen up the stores to try. It was more interested in trying to get what he could out of them to bring back shareholders values. So we will see what it. Yeah. Some sears. There's huge stores. And and what do they keep? And what are they let go one one analyst is suggesting get rid of apparel, edges focus on you know, hard thing. Well, people don't come in and buy those things all the time. So maybe you do need to keep some other things like apparel, but already some stores have downsized within rented out some of the retail space to grocers or other competitors. So. But he's been given another shot. We'll see what happens. I k mart is part of this as well. I don't know. I don't know. Well, you know, hey, I the way I look at it is is I just am glad that those tens of thousands of workers know that their jobs are going to be safe at least for a little while longer. And and you know, even know serious about fifty billion dollars or sales fifteen years ago last year stupid almost seventeen billion dollars in sales. Crepe quite reduction. But that's still almost seventeen billion dollars. So that's not nothing. Yeah. Exactly. All right. What the Brexit vote? The no confidence vote against Theresa May by the opposition party happens today. What happens if she's voted out? Well, I I I don't know. You know what I find? So interesting is from a market perspective. When the Brits, I voted to leave the EU the Dow dropped over six hundred points and everybody had a cow this two years ago a little over two years ago. Now, the plan she came up with actually do it was resoundingly defeated. Meaning nobody knows really what maybe there will be no deal. Maybe they'll take another vote decided to stay in the eater. By March twenty ninth unless they quickly do another vote the UK and say, oh, we're sorry. We didn't mean it. So what does this adds a lot of uncertainty into the market and how's the market reacting with a big fat yawn. So even though everybody freaked out when it first happened. The European exchanges are pretty much flat right now, the US markets are positive going into say. So I don't know what that means. Jennifer people gotten bored with it. Yeah. That's what I was what I was thinking are we just now focused on us focused on this government shutdown? We can't bother with anybody else right now. I was I looked at the market this morning. I'm like, no. It's up markets are kind of like, so what maybe they think that this won't really happen that now that this one plan that she's worked so hard to come up with was Rozelle Dingley feed it, I don't think defeated a little but just like shut down. Maybe they're starting to think. Oh, perhaps you won't leave after all. Maybe they'll have another vote. We'll snap CFO. Decided after just two months of being there. He's out. Yes, Snapface in LA has had a lot of problems. The shares are down over fifty percent in a year and the stock fell almost eleven percent. After hours with the announcement that the CFO Kim stone is on his way out he joined from Amazon last may, and he was getting like restricted stock with twenty million dollars. Check the vest and four years. So he's leaving that he's walking away from that. We don't know why. But a lot of analysts thought he was really part of the company's turnaround. However in the statements snap release. It said earning which will be reported next month. We'll be a high end earlier estimates. So maybe the business is turning around. How much the CFO had to do with it? I don't know. But he's gone. And we're not being told exactly why near there wasn't any big scandal or anything at least not one that was reported. We didn't hear that. There had been any no-confidence. Vote or anything like that just that he was leaving. It was and it was I thought of it. I was like, wow. That was a snap decision. I yeah, I'm telling you. I don't know a lot which are Jeff is being honest because I don't know why he loves it's strange that they're saying, hey, were get ready. We're gonna have free earnings reports or CFO just left. Yeah. It's just I don't know. We'll see on that one. Yeah. The earnings report is under his watch. So why would you walk away? If you stay there, another three and a half years, you're going to have a twenty million. Maybe it won't be worth twenty million and three and a half years. Maybe he thinks oh this thing zero. I'm out. I don't I honestly do not know back to you. All right. How about Papa John's now what's going on with that interesting? So the founder John Schneider Schneider suing the company after he was forced out over a year ago that you know, I was forced out. He's caught some media companies. Studies n word over the phone says he was thinking of quote about Colonel Sanders, blah, blah, blah out even though he's the largest you've got thirty percent of the shares. So he sued saying it's unfair to the company the company is being managed. Yeah. He owns thirty percent of the shares. And he's been out of the stock fell thirty percent over the last year. Although it's up so far twenty nineteen. So CNBC reports the judges ruled the company has to turnover documents, including text messages, relating to his firing positions over some of those messages between the company directors and lawyer. So you would think would be privilege the court ordering them to be turned over. I'm sure the company which had not responded to CNBC yet. Instead of go back and say, no, those are privileged. We don't have to do that. Or at least be heavily redacted if they're turned over. Yeah. Yeah. So this is ugly. And the reason why it's not just about his ego is I know he's been humiliated and kicked out of the company he created. No, he hit a lot of money invested in that selfish terms are shared and it's four performance. Although it's doing better in two thousand nineteen seventies. Everybody else. Newsflash has cost him a lot in terms of his own network. All right. Well after two years of not doing it net. Flicks said, Nope. We gotta raise those rates again going up from eleven bucks of its most. You know, I think the best plan you can get on net. Flicks up to thirteen dollars and apparently shareholders loved it. Urging dollars. Now, the eleven dollars on thirteen is the one where you can watch on more than one screen. Same time. The base price is going up to nine bucks. Yeah. The sure is up gosh. How much I think he's a five percent after hours because of it. Looks is out there. You've got Disney coming up with new streaming service in DC announced its own is gonna spend reportedly twelve billion dollars this year on new content. So that got everybody in Hollywood, including Sandra Bullock, put Nike now, I had had singer around her is to try and keep its lead. And so even though it's raising prices expects people to continue paying them for subscription service and pay attention back. That's the genius in that business bottle. Right. Stop rose because of it. They're like we understand if that's just leaving a stock. Okay. Remember last year stock market was down. Doc was up sixty percent of the year. And so far this month, which is only a little over two weeks old. Put stock is up thirty percent. So. He's. The success of bird boxer investors. Believe in what the company is doing and believe it could raise prices and consumers will continue. I will think about that. But you did you watch for box. I have not seen it yet. But it is on my list of things to watch. Did you like it? I I liked. I really liked the first half hour. Then I thought it then although the ending hyper little twisted I thought, oh, why didn't I? But then. From much better material the rest of the way, but let's center forty five million views and just the first week. Sandra? Bullock has never had a big hit the hit a big is that I mean, come on. You're gonna see more Oscar winners doing movies when they find out. Oh, you can have forty five million visa just the first week. Now, I might be screwing this up. But I'm pretty sure that our own Debra Mark was she played a reporter. I don't know what Sandra Bullock's doing in this because I haven't seen the movie, but she's in a room, and it kind of looks like she's maybe in overalls or coveralls or something and there's a TV on in the background. And it's got some news report happening, and it's our own. Debra Mark good for her. Because I know it's a free kick from competing station on their our. Oh, well, keep your eyes out for that. Definitely. Which is the funny thing to say about Burt box but good for her. That's fun. I'm telling you, all you radio people on TV. I love it the way it should be a little crossover working, Shannon ferren. We're all you know, look on radio. It's we're all one big broadcast dam. It's really true. I said I said don't ever burn a bridge. It doesn't matter. If you plan on going from radio did TV your TV to radio or whatever because everybody knows everybody and you're going to end up working for everybody. Eventually that is so true. I always say there's only fifty people in. Tracy. Jane? You're awesome. Again, you can find a follow gene on Twitter at Jane wells to check out our podcast strange success. Jane, you're awesome. And we'll talk again next week..
"kim stone" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"On five seventy KLIF. Eighteen minutes after the top of the hour on five seventy K L. I f we welcome to the program, Gordon, Collier. He is the six and ten o'clock anchor on K W T X television in Waco. He's been there. A long time. It's so he knows where the bodies are buried, Gordon. Thank you so much for coming on. I appreciate it. We have Gordon are. We did. Did we lose him up hanging out? There we go. Okay. There you go. Yeah. Thanks for coming. Appreciate there's always a technical glitch in there somewhere. Of course. Well, let me ask you. I happened to catch your eye caught the report about Baylor and the title nine violations, and and I got the feeling that the athlete department was kind of made the scapegoat in a lot of an a lot of this was that true. Yeah. That seems to be the picture that that were getting it was clear for the beginning that you know, the narrative they Baylor was pushing was that this was a bunch of out of control gang rape is on the football team. And the coaches were turning a blind eye to this and the the more we looked into it. And and of course, you know, there's this small town. Everybody knows everybody, and we have relationships with with a lot of people over Baylor. But it was becoming more and more evident that that they were using the football program as scapegoats. And if you look at the big picture, it's it's a lot easier for the university to say, well, hey, this is a football problem. Not a university problem, and we've taken care of it by firing everybody involved with the what's a football program, which unfortunately, having to be a enormously successful. Football coach or briles-hinton and his staff members. And you know, they they clearly put the blame on on dam to divert. What we believe is. You know, a more of a systemic problem with with with the university and the way they deal with socialism. What is the university not done that they should have been doing over the years? Well, I think there's been a lot of resistant while I'm you know. Talk to a ton of people who say there's been a lot of resistance to title nine. And then some of even said that they had biblical problems with adhering to the title nights, not a law. It's it's just guidelines. And just a lot of resistance to it. And I think it all comes back to what even Baylor is is their priority. They've listed, you know, their their priorities and number one is protecting the university. Standing in the big twelve and protecting the image and reputation of the university down in the second tier of priorities. They listed like three tiers of priorities. Here is is protecting you know, access to education in regards to the safety of students and eighteen wellbeing students, and it just seems a little little backwards to me personally, I'm curious Gordon Collier with us from K W T television in Waco. Gordon, you mentioned it is a small town and everybody probably has some connection to some extent with Baylor. They know somebody who's involved in this. When you guys report something like this that kind of makes the university gives him a black eye to people get mad at you for telling that truth. We have. I've been trying to monitor the the reaction from the in looking in the comments online and stuff like that. And we have not heard a lot of backlash saying that we're bashing bathe or anything like that. And we're not I don't have a ax to grind with Baylor. At all. And so the elections that we're getting is, you know, you gotta understand there's the Baylor bubble, and then there's the rest of of Waco and the rest of the central Texas chur and a lot of people in Waco feel like, you know, they're they're, you know, they're they're not even a part of the the Baylor bubble and. They consider them more. And you know, there's a there's a divide here between university, and the general public Gordon, do we know who was trying to keep this information quiet that it wasn't just a football problem was this. The board of regents was this Ken Starr was this vice president is there any information. That y'all found that has shown kind of some some person or some board that was trying to keep these sexual assault. Accusations kind of hush hush. We we have had, you know, the team of us have been working on this for actually since since it began and we've been earnestly working on on pushing. To ask a couple of months, and we've had conversations with with Kim stone. No it from all indications that it wasn't Ken Starr that was trying to cover things up from the best that we can tell I think I can safely say was probably more of a blur issue than anything else. And then what is our Brian's doing these days last time? I heard he was a coach. And is it Italy? Is that right or am? I am I wrong on that. Yeah. He he he finally took a job coaching football team. Overseas. And which is wow. He doesn't need to coach. But he couldn't find anything here. He he doesn't need the money, but he chose to be involved. And developing players. I mean, it's what he does. It's in his DNA, and he's good at it. And the fact that he had to go overseas to take this. This job is just you know, in my opinion, Afars 'cause I I know are not well, but we had a number of conversations, and he just seemed like a really straightforward honest hardworking. Guy who's just dedicated to helping young Appalachia become the best that they could be were. There any indications that the athletic department was involved that there were some athletes who were involved in sexual assault for their accusations made against them that were later proven to be true. I get I guess I'm asking this simply because I'm wondering how many people lost their jobs and their reputations. Over the university trying to cover their butts. Well, certainly our byles, and then Tom hill, the the I can't remember exactly what associate athletic director, and and calling Colin schilling law. I mean, don't ever work to business again and best I could tell they had no training on title nine or or or completely unfamiliar with the Clary act, and and uh. And to suggest that they were implicit in. This is is. Kind of ridiculous. I've I've known hill. And that's just not. No, that's that's not. They they would not cover something like this. This is Gordon collar here. He is the six ten o'clock or on W K W T X television channel ten in Waco. Great reporting on the website, great reporting on all of this, Gordon. Sure. Do appreciate your coming on the program. This is I'm sure many people have not heard any news about this at all for quite a while. They just have that one impression in their mind. And there is always another side to this story. And you guys seem to have found a thank you so much for your time today. I appreciate it. My pleasure. All right. Take care. All right. So we'll we'll cover this a little bit later on. Now talk a little bit more about it. It always seems like it's the.
"kim stone" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The buses from arkansas in south dakota and they want to be a movie star and they don't care about this it's nice that you're fighting for them but they still want they still want to get in the gate get into the game at that seems to be part of like human human wiring to be noticed to be famous three rich this woman i i it you're not helping anybody here all you're doing is making sure that it that they're definitely give be bore victims begging are for weinstein bite everybody else is going to carry on this woman tamil lopez is said in the new york times for the la times we're not interested in taking punitive action we're interested in a comprehensive look at the masculine eyes ethos of california politics hours a word it's not something any nor how we can all collectively do better in the future using a term like match asking masculine eised ethos is not a term anyone even under stance you hear that to me it just means the atmosphere right and your brain goes dead so no one's going to respond to that and nobody's really interested in changing the climate see most people assume that hollywood producers and state legislators are bunch of scumbags we've heard over stories they leaked out from time to time about guys sleeping with with interns guys get drunk guys be an abuse of we assume that's going on we make jokes about that all the time that offered sacramento washington dc it's just hookers and bows and they're all away from their wives and their dragonair interns around the office those are abby battalion has jokes but they're not jokes their reflection of what's actually happening chief confirming it but she doesn't want their names i have this is so naive it so it's so ridiculously symbolic trust me these guys are laughing at eu they're laughing they think it's funny because they think a nobody's got the guts to actually name names i i don't understand this at all i've never seen so much noise and and so little substance in my life there are all any kim stone a.