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"kim ron" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"A police against O. J. Simpson in connection with the brutal slaying of his ex wife, Nicole and 25 year old must jury by the defendant, Orenthal James Simpson, not guilty of the crime of murder. Dear Mr Simpson. Hello, It's me. Kim Ron Goldman Sister. I'm sure it's really weird to be getting a letter for me. But for years I've listened to what everybody else has to say about you. The lawyers, the media but never from you. I'm wondering if you would sit down and talk to me. I just want to understand whatever can be understood. That's a letter that I wrote to the man. I believe brutally killed my brother. I was declined to this interview, but I still feel that need Daddy, do you remember when I wrote the letter to the killer asking to see him? I'm going to try to do that again and I'll try to do it again. Back there. You can tell my excitement of salmon last time. It's hard to hear is concern in his voice. But confronting this part of my life is something I still need to do. I want to confront the fear. Grief, Anger loss, Shame..
Fresh update on "kim ron" discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"Hold on 25 year old must jury by the defendant, Orenthal James Simpson, not guilty of the crime of murder. Dear Mr Simpson. Hello, It's me. Kim Ron Goldman Sister. I'm sure it's really weird to be getting a letter for me. But for years I've listened to what everybody else has to say about you Lawyers, the media but never from you. I'm wondering if you would sit down and talk to me. I just want to understand whatever can be understood. That's a letter that I wrote to the man. I believe brutally killed my brother. I was declined to this interview, but I still feel that need Hi, Daddy. Do you remember when I wrote the letter to the killer asking to see him? I'm going to try to do that again and I'll try to do it again. Back there. You can tell my excitement. It's salmon. President Trump says The ice is broken on the.
"kim ron" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"A police against O. J. Simpson in connection with the brutal slaying of his ex wife, Nicole and 25 year old must jury by the defendant, Orenthal James Simpson, not guilty of the crime of murder. Dear Mr Simpson. Hello, It's me. Kim Ron Goldman Sister. I'm sure it's really weird to be getting a letter for me. But for years I've listened to what everybody else has to say about you. Lawyers, the media but never from you. I'm wondering if you would sit down and talk to me. I just want to understand whatever can be understood. That's a letter that I wrote to the man. I believe brutally killed my brother. I was declined to this interview, but I still feel that need Hi, Daddy. Do you remember when I wrote the letter to the killer asking to see him? I'm going to try to do that again. I try to do it again. Back. You can tell my excitement. It's salmon Last time started to hear is concern in his voice. But confronting this part of my life is something I still need to do. I want to confront the fear. Grief, Anger loss, Shame..
"kim ron" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"A police against O. J. Simpson in connection with the brutal slaying of his ex wife, Nicole and 25 year old must jury by the defendant, Orenthal James Simpson, not guilty of the crime of murder. Dear Mr Simpson. Hello, It's me. Kim Ron Goldman Sister. I'm sure it's really weird to be getting a letter for me. But for years I've listened to what everybody else has to say about you lawyers, the media but never from you. I'm wondering if you would sit down and talk to me. I just want to understand whatever can be understood. That's a letter that I wrote. To the man. I believe brutally killed my brother. I was declined to this interview. But I still feel that need my daddy. Do you remember when I wrote the letter to the killer asking to see him? I'm going to try to do that again, and I'll try to do it again. They're update less than 30 minutes for now and any time at 11 90 k x dot com What you're about to hear is the fusion of entertainment and enlightenment. Program. Well, Hello, America and welcome to the Glenn Beck program. It is Monday. And if you happen to be watching us, you'll notice that I am back at home and not at the studio. Which I've been waiting to go back to the studio now for I don't know about what, four months Uh, but I'm not back in the studio because I got a doctor's call last night. About 8 30 To give you an update on that. Oh, the one family that has been more isolated than any other family, I think in America Yeah, Yeah, yeah. The doctors call yesterday. Uh so we'll talk about that. Also. Your citizen brief. What happened around the country this weekend? We give you that brief in one minute. This is Glenn Beck program. Ah, right..
"kim ron" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"A police against O. J. Simpson in connection with the brutal slaying of his ex wife, Nicole and 25 year old must retreat by the defendant, Orenthal James Simpson, not guilty of the crime of murder. Dear Mr Simpson. Hello, It's me. Kim Ron Goldman Sister. I'm sure it's really weird to be getting a letter for me. But for years I've listened to what everybody else has to say about you Lawyers, the media but never from you. I'm wondering if you would sit down and talk to me. I just want to understand whatever can be understood. That's a letter that I wrote to the man. I believe brutally killed my brother. I was declined to this interview, but I still feel that need Hi, Daddy. Do you remember when I wrote the letter to the killer asking to see him? I'm going to try to do that again and I'll try to do it again. Back there. You can tell my excitement. It's salmon Last time it's hard to hear is concern in his voice. But confronting this part of my life is something I still need to do. I want to confront the fear. Grief, Anger loss, Shame. This podcast will help me confront my story and hopefully have others who find themselves in similar situations Confront. There's even if it means coming face to face with the monster. Fox News. I'm Karen McCue a plea to the people of Texas.
"kim ron" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"J. Simpson in connection with the brutal slaying of his ex wife, Nicole and 25 year old must retreat by the defendant, Orenthal James Simpson, not guilty of the crime of murder. Dear Mr Simpson. Hello, It's me. Kim Ron Goldman Sister. I'm sure it's really weird to be getting a letter for me. But for years I've listened to what everybody else has to say about you lawyers, the media but never from you. I'm wondering if you would sit down and talk to me. I just want to understand whatever can be understood. That's a letter that I wrote. To the man. I believe brutally killed my brother. I was declined to this interview. But I still feel that need my daddy. Do you remember when I wrote the letter to the killer asking to see him? I'm going to try to do that again and I'll try to do it again. You can tell my sight Minister Salmon last time. It's hard to here's concern in his voice. But confronting this part of my life is something I still need to do. I want to confront the fear. Grief, Anger loss. Shame you're listening to mission possible. Good news Program on news radio. 6 10 w y o D. We're back here with divine and vine is telling her story. Which for me?.
"kim ron" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"A police against O. J. Simpson in connection with the brutal slaying of his ex wife, Nicole and 25 year old must jury by the defendant, Orenthal James Simpson, not guilty of the crime of murder. Dear Mr Simpson. Hello, It's me. Kim Ron Goldman's sister. I'm sure it's really weird to be getting a letter for me. But for years I've listened to what everybody else has to say about you Lawyers, the media but never from you. I'm wondering if you would sit down and talk to me. I just want to understand whatever can be understood. That's a letter that I wrote. To the man. I believe brutally killed my brother. I was declined to this interview, but I still feel that need Daddy. Do you remember when I wrote the letter to the killer asking to see him? I'm going to try to do that again and I'll try to do it again. You can tell my state minister Salmon last time. It's hard to hear is concern in his voice. But confronting this part of my life is something I still need to do. I want to confront the fear. Grief, Anger loss, Shame..
"kim ron" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"A police against O. J. Simpson in connection with the brutal slaying of his ex wife, Nicole and 25 year old must have jury by the defendant, Orenthal James Simpson, not guilty of the crime of murder. Dear Mr Simpson. Hello, It's me. Kim Ron Goldman Sister. I'm sure it's really weird to be getting a letter for me. But for years I've listened to what everybody else has to say about you. The lawyers, the media but never from you. I'm wondering if you would sit down and talk to me. I just want to understand whatever can be understood. That's a letter that I wrote to the man. I believe brutally killed my brother. I was declined to this interview, but I still feel that need Hi, Daddy. Do you remember when I wrote the letter to the killer asking to see him? I'm going to try to do that again and I'll try to do it again. Back. You can tell my excitement of salmon last time. It's hard to hear is concern in his voice. But confronting this part of my life is something I still need to do. I want to confront the fear. Grief, Anger loss, Shame. This podcast will help me confront my story and hopefully.
"kim ron" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"York director Sam Mendes wins for his film nineteen seventeen taking the top prize in the directors guild of America awards last night over the past six years the winner of the DGA award is going to win the Best Director at the Oscars going on CBS news identifying the victim good morning it's eight oh five fifty five degrees headed to a high in the mid sixties I'm Jay are cool this is the KRLD Sunday morning news Dallas police have identified the victim of a homicide whose body was found Thursday in Crawford park in southeast Dallas cording to a DVD report on Thursday Dallas police responded to a caller reporting a dead person near the east tree line of Crawford park in pleasant Grove upon arrival of your son and identified Latin male face down and he appeared to have died of homicidal violence on Friday the Dallas County medical examiner's office identified that victim is Franklin Alexander Ricardo sixteen anyone with information regarding this crime should call the Dallas police department my goal newsradio ten eighty KRLD Dallas police are also asking for the public's assistance in a homicide investigation Anthony Lee moss on January second the Dallas police responded to a shooting call it see you in the sixty one hundred block of concerto lane upon arrival to officers found the victim forty seven year old Anthony Lee moss line in the middle of the street with multiple gunshot wounds homicide detectives learned the victim was apprehended by two black males or was approached by two black males before being shot and they fled the scene running east bound in the sixty one hundred block of signing hills Dr police allege that Darien Alain and Kim Ron leaks are responsible for the death of Mr mas anyone with information regarding their whereabouts are encouraged to contact their local police department or crime stoppers the victims of Friday's industrial explosion in Houston have been identified Frank Flores and Harada accounts to ring you had arrived early of once and grinding in manufacturing to use the gym they were killed when the blast ripped through the building just before four thirty AM a person who lives nearby was transported to a hospital eighteen other people suffered minor injuries and check themselves into emergency rooms investigation continues the what caused the blast but the chemical involved is propylene used to produce films fibers in plastic packaging Houston police chief art Acevedo said the twenty five homes in the affected area are uninhabitable some were blown off foundations windows were shattered and doors were blown off their free David world news radio ten eighty K. R. L. D. a three year old girl has been shot in a gun fight between police and a six year old male suspect during a drug raid at a West Texas house the Texas department of public safety says Midland police officers were serving a search warrant at a house in east Midlands Wednesday night when a gun fight ensued with the teenage suspect in which the girl was wounded B. B. S. sergeant Oscar Valerie all said Friday that the girl was in stable condition at a hospital and the team was taken into custody a man identified as the father of the suspect and the wounded girl Louise Gomez told K. O. S. a television that both his daughter and son were shot Gomez says as police executed a search warrant his son was shot in the arm and his daughter was shot in the back John Martin Dempsey newsradio ten eighty KRLD Texas Rangers fans got to tour the new globe life field yesterday from ten AM to three PM the free peek at the park event allowed fans get an up close look at the Rangers new home which is now ninety percent complete Russell Harris who attended the Saturday event is excited about the retractable roof enables come out in July and not sweat that's going to be the biggest thing they're gonna love it there has been a big problem for all these years now you don't have to worry about it country superstar Chris Stapleton performs March fourteenth at globe life fields first official event in the Rangers play their first regular season home game at the new ballpark.
Inside the Taylor Swift and Scooter Braun Feud
"Well one of the great grief I had while you were gone doing the morning show not talking aspirin these that we did not get the opportunity here to talk about the the the drama with Taylor swift and scooter Bravo yeah so for those of you who who maybe missed a little bit of what happened last week Taylor swift formally was signed with a label called big machine records I and that was owned by a guy named Scott some another E. L. K. port cata yeah that's right and like poor cat it was your chat yeah you're right anyway so this is Scott Borchetta owned big machine records and apparently he went and sold at first he offered Taylor swift the opportunity to gain back some of her master copies of all of her work by the agreement was if she put out a new album they would release them one by one so for each album she would earn a master she was like that's the worst deal ever I'm not taking that deal peace out and then she turned down the deal then the next thing that happened is scooter Braun who is the manager of that yeah that was in charge of the careers out of Justin Bieber demi Lovato I Hey a lot of people you know I he swooped in and he bought the label now he is a mortal enemy of Taylor swift done done which yeah so she goes to her tumblr because that's how we process things these days she goes to her tumblr and she basically says you guys this is the worst case scenario basically my biggest enemy owns all of my body of work now and it is gross okay and that's sort of what we were left to deal with throughout the week long story short other people got involved including scooter Braun's wife don't even don't even get me started but the fact that he's a grown adult his name is scooter on court what is the Muppet care right I mean anyway but a lot of other people had a lot of opinions and suddenly people were taking sides there was team scooter in team Taylor and at the end of the day here's the deal Taylor swift and I can't read you're here what you know what your thoughts are Bradley Taylor swift loves and is most comfortable when she can play the victim but not just the victim the victim who then makes her haters her motivators okay so again I'm glad to be here I'm glad to be back because we can finally talk about the story we talked a little bit about it on the morning show but again they don't live in the same world that we do when it comes to going a little deep in the shallow and I think like a lot of people they just had that sort of opinion about your either Taylor swift team Taylor or your team scooter that's just life is not that easy nothing is that black and white into your nothing Israel everyone's thank you that just the way that it all played out and again I would encourage you to go if you want to follow somebody who sort of lays it out deliciously is Charlie and Twitter he still has his whole Twitter thread which is it just goes on and on and on and it lays out kind of he said she said he said she said and and we can get into more of that in a bit but my main take away was very similar to yours that she's always happy to look like a victim or an empowered woman and it's always one of the other with her like she and and I don't mean she saying these things but you always notice that when there is Taylor swift when there's a story about Taylor swift in the news she's either a victim of like the mean scary kind you as the music industry Kanye west Kim Ron yeah you name it or she's this empowered woman now you remember of course that sexual harassment case where she got on the standard spoke for truth I'm not saying these are real I'm just saying that you always see a narrative one of two narratives around Taylor swift she's either victim where she's an empowered woman and ultimately with this particular story she benefits from either so people get are getting caught up in is she a victim is she an empowered woman like is this a total like girl power moment it doesn't matter because both of those things serve her and what I mean by her is her brand because ultimately what Taylor swift is most concerned with is her brand Taylor swift is not concerned with the future of her music catalog and I and that was the other thing that many people were arguing over like who had the right to her music catalog and I'm sure you guys because I know I talked a little bit about it with Holly when in sort of that cross over time after the morning show before our show where and how he's got that knowledge of the music industry right yeah that this is not the first time that someone other than the artist has controlled a music catalog in fact bottom line that's capitalism so Taylor swift having a beef with someone else owning her music catalog is really just a beef that Taylor swift has with capitalism which I don't think it's a legitimate beef because Taylor swift is perfectly fine making money the wake county allows her to certainly benefits from it right so called the music industry because it's always been this way it's been this way it's rare that a musician actually will I have ownership of their masters just in the way that it's rare in the movie in the TV industry that a director has final cut on their film but she needed to frame that development in the purchase of her music in one of two ways that she was a victim of it or that she was ripping powered as a result of what happened and that is exactly what happened and and what I mean by that again is just to reiterate it is that further puts her brand into focus her brand is what she makes money off of her brand is getting you know millions of people to show up at her concerts getting millions of people to buy whatever it is she's I mean she could never put out a song and still make millions of dollars off of you know what she represents I don't think any of this is her caring truly about who owns a particular piece of her music no this is it this is truly all about the advancement of her Brandon in should you second guess that or think we're going overboard on that I would encourage everybody to just reflect on some of her best successes in one of them was literally an entire revenge album called reputation and a tour that made her so much money it would make your head spin right off and all of that had to do with being the victim of bullying at the hands of Kanye west too by the way also affiliated with cook scooter Braun scooter Braun as his former manager and Kim Kardashian and that worked for her so you know eight and if you think that maybe like if you wonder about the strategy of that just look no further than her audience she is she we talked about this a little bit too your god she in a dollar essentially peers they are like a year apart so for all intents and purposes if if this were high school they'd be like in school together right Taylor swift appeals to a less mature audience so it actually benefits surtax not very mature and get really embroiled in these battles and looking like the victim were Adele she doesn't seem to care about that he appeals to a more mature audience yeah but it's kind of both right because Taylor swift actually does appeal beyond just that you know young audience I think the thing and it's funny because a friend and I had a very similar conversation this weekend about Taylor and Adele and how they're the only two musicians or artists that are able to move the industry forward with just album sales they're the only ones who could make money off selling album alone yeah because the nineteen most people are making all the money on the tour they're making money on concerts they're making money on all the related stuff they're having to package I mean Madonna just you know was able to make her album go to number one by packaging you know the sales of her album to ticket sales so in order to get your album you know to chart you have to force people to buy it how do you force them to buy it well the only way the people engage the music industry anymore which is generally you know not only through streaming but also getting people in seats at concerts so but back to Taylor and and a dell they appeal to both of those ideas that immature audience but then also very mature audience which is why in Taylor's case she appeals not only to that immature young audience but also a mature empowered woman audience right like your mom essentially I mean you as a mom right right someone in her what are you now forty forty two forty two my god I was gonna give you forty so I'm I mean what Bradley how old do you think I am thirty eight but you see she so that's why I said earlier those tuner does work for her because she's got the young girls and then she's got you know the the strong answer the grown **** woman right who want to buy her music so and and do your point Adele is also one of those people she transcends demographic is why she's able to continue to move such numbers with you know just an album which is why tick tock I want my AT&T del album already thank you around don't go hang out with Taylor swift now my dell get moving saying I went in for Lawrence same thing yeah it's cute she can do whatever but okay said he'd get back to sing it means
"kim ron" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Back. One bills live from one does drive just had a great discussion about parking. Here in a rare rare, very rare. Rarely happens with them quick. Murph, rand arcton cost parking. That's not why we're here. We're here to talk about the bills to the bills. We've undrafted rookie free agent wide receiver David sills from West Virginia in studio with David walk into the show. We have an Ed Jagna. Thank you for having me on. You are back this week in OT as after missing a little bit of time with a hamstring. Kept y'all little bit. Yeah. Yeah. I'm all good. You know, going full speed in practice and it's good to get back out there with teammates. Sounded good to me that you said, I probably could've gone last week, and they just get it right. And that's probably a good move. And I said in may, it's a good move in June. Is in good move, just to take extra time. Yeah. Absolutely. Especially with, you know, soft tissue injuries as things that, you know, if you keep them around, they'll stay around for a long time. So better to get it. Get it all handled a wide Ken, what's the first thing you've noticed about what do you think? The definitely the playbook is something that's a lot different from college pros. And it's the biggest thing is really you can if you're not out there in the game or in practice and you're going through the plays, you might know what you have once you're in the huddle, you know, it's completely different because you don't really know what plays are gonna come and, and everything that, that can happen out there. So I feel like that's the biggest difference from the last couple of weeks. Just just really watching it from the sideline and knowing the place from the sideline and then getting out there, and, like, okay, the bullets are flying. Now, what makes such a difference when you hear the quarterback lean down in the huddle? He rattles off the whole play. It's a big difference is not. Yeah. It is like I said, I think the, the biggest thing is just the not, not knowing what plays gonna come. You know, if you're on the sideline you're kind of looking over your shoulder and, or the coaches shoulder and seeing kind of the script when you're in the huddle, you know, he can call anything. You've got to have your mind open to all the place. I it's, it's good to get back out there. I'm excited really really love playing with this group of guys in this coaching staff bills wide receiver undrafted rookie and pseudo with us, you know what quarterback selling because you played quarterback at a very young age. Your story is pretty amazing. H thirteen what eighth grade. You were seventh grade seventh grade. You were signed to a commitment to USC by Linkin, the play college football at Southern Cal in seventh grade. Yes, is as crazy. I if feels like a lifetime ago. Yeah. Publicity stunt was, you know if something that happens pretty regularly. Now, you know, you see you see people in this was really before the whole social media air didn't blow it blew up. But not like it, it would if it was the first now and coach kiffin he, you know, he called me up and offer me, my highlight tape God brought up on YouTube. So now. So, you know, he never saw me in person never saw j just went off of a highlight table on on YouTube. And at the time that was my favorite school growing up. So now. It's. It's, it's happens all the time. You're telling me, I would say a lot lot more than, than you would think recruiting with social media, and everything gets younger and younger. You know you've seen him basketball. It's, it's definitely going towards that way baseball. You know, you see eighth graders. I feel I offered, you know, once a week now so is high school junior, something happened. Tell us about that. And how that impacted what happened the rest of the way? Yes, so junior year we're playing Saint Edwards at team, Ohio and threw a football and got got my hand pinned against my chest. And didn't really have any structural damage to my knuckle, but cut it open and had some swelling and the next couple of weeks. Naturally my body's trying to go away from pain. You know. So I'm doing whatever I can to throw the football without any pain, just created some bad habits and almost like a hitch on motion. I can never really get it back to what it used to be. Ultimately that that had made the decision that it was okay. Are you? Do you want to play position that you might be able to play on Sundays or do you want to give it your quarterback and probably never play college football. You know. So that was really where the decision you went to West Virginia, and it was not really a, smooth ride there either. So play quarterback. I did you know, I always kind of had in my mind that, okay? You can fix this. You know, you can get it back because you've done it and just never could. And then made the decision to go to junior college, where in California in California. Play quarterback because West Virginia really wanted me to play receiver switch my freshman year, but then said you know after season I wanna go back to quarterback in, you know, I kinda saw the writing on the wall. You know they didn't really want me to play. That position. So went to junior college. Gave it everything I had just didn't work out. Nobody offer me a quarterback and West Virginia. Call me a couple days before the dead period and said, you know, come back and play play receiver so from that point on I was fully committed to, to play receiver doing everything I could be the best. See right me. What was it like reuniting with West Virginia? You know, it was it was really the tipping go getting closer and closer to going back, that was the nerve wracking kind of part for me because I didn't know how they were going to accept you laughed. You came back and coaching staff. Same coaching staff. You know, same. Same teammates. Really, you know, a couple of guys graduate and couple of new guys came. But they welcomed me back with open arms. You know there wasn't any grudges or anything like that. So I it was it was really cool to go back there and feel welcomed. Embrace the the new position. I would imagine with your production at West Virginia with thirty three touchdown. You've probably never regretted that decision to go back as wide receiver. Yeah. No, I didn't didn't regret their season. And like I said. I needed to get everything everything out at quarterback. And when I went back to receiver, I West Virginia, I didn't have any mixed feelings. Any any, you know, I wish I'd still playing quarterback. And I think if I would've stayed there for my freshman year, I probably still would have had some of that indecisiveness in doubt. So here's another bump in the road draft weekend. Your projected as a fourth rounder, and it doesn't happen bummed out where you. But, you know, I definitely you know was a little bit. Bummed out, but I've always been the kind of kind of person that, you know, it's, it's, it's God's plan. He has he has got a plan for me. Feel like I ended up in a great spot here on a great great opportunity for me. Come in, and do everything I can for this organization. What's it feel like when you get in the room, you got these guys? Why did you pick them 'cause you're free agent? Did you pick buffalo really, really believe what, what, what coach McDermott was telling me on the phone at the end of the draft and really just bought in talk to talk to coach hall, the receiver coach at at the combine also one of my best friends played here couple years ago Deke shorts? Undrafted wide receiver. He really told me how good coach hall was and this was going to be a good spot. So that, that, that really had a lot of. Impact on why chose buffalo and just felt like it was a good place for me to be a feel that way. Now that you've been here month or so. Yeah. Yeah. I mean you know still getting back from a hamstring injury. But I love the culture and, and everything that, you know, all the coaches and players are forming here. You've pulled your hamstring approach how, how did that run up to the draft? And all that go would that feel beating citing time knowing that you had a good chance to be draft. Do you think your hamstring injury hurt? You know, I Don I mean, I, I put it in pro day on literally on my last route I was running. So we, we had a three three person script obviously with our quarterback in one of the other. She was actually went down two days before pro day. So we weren't gonna I wasn't gonna I was like, okay I'm not going to split his split all the quarterbacks reps down to like twenty eight throws or whatever. So I ended up taking though the receivers reps just probably little bit too much. But came back and was running full speed for a little bit over a month. And guess didn't rehab it all the way. Right. You know, in that led to the injury, again this time where we have the right, major. It's all good before I go back out there. You come to building that signed three free agents at wide receiver right with John Brown and Colby's Leandre Roberts do Williams comes from Canada. What, what, what can you bring to this group? And what are you trying to show now that you are active in, in OT, as what do you think you add to their wide receiver mixture? You know, I think this is a very complex offense. And you have to be smart point this offense. That that's one thing that I of hang my hat on being a former quarterback and and being now receiver. But still looking at the game like quarterback just being able to of be. You know. Play many positions, you know, be able to know all the positions. You know, so that, that whatever position on these go in at that, I know my job and my responsibility. I think that's that's one thing that I really I really think I'd do a good job of is just knowing the playbook. And obviously, it's it's been a lot. You know. You know these last couple of weeks but feel more comfortable with it. Not seeing this not seeing new stuff every single day starting to repeat itself, which was good. And then having this four week break or whatever for camp. You know, I think we'll have most of the playbook in so I will give you that much more time to, to feel really comfortable when we get back for training camp. So what do you think? Now, I forgot what I was gonna ask you grew up in Wilmington, Delaware eagles fan. Yes. Eagles fan growing up these questions who is there, anybody because of your unique background as quarterbacks or anybody you kind of model yourself after you look, as a role model a prototype for your bid to make an NFL franchise. I growing up. I never really looked at receivers. Really might on my gave them, you know, I was a big, you know, Peyton Manning fan growing up, and, you know, Matt liner in college, obviously USC connection. But, but now I try to just, you know, watch all the receivers I think every receiver has different strengths. And that's really what this game's about now is just watching other people in and taking things from, from different guys. You know an implementing them to your game, obviously, I'm not going to be watching, you know, five nine shifty fast, dude, because that's you know, maybe get one or two things. But yeah it's not just that's not the player I am more like you know, like Zeh Jones has been good to watch for me. Because we're similar body types. We can kind of do you know exactly the same so just watching guys like that. And picking up on things like that. Yeah, I remember the question you said when you get all these guys and maybe the pecking order. At the top of the thing is going to be tough and you're gonna get on the roster. Somehow where are they putting you in the drills for special teams that kind of thing because if you're on the roster on game day you, you're gonna have to contribute somewhere? Yeah. I mean right now, it's, it's really just drill work work. You know, there's really not a depth chart coaches call more of a rep charge just getting reps in doing that as of right now. And you know, like I said, obviously the, the injury and not being able to participate in all of them. So I'm kind of just doing everything I can and controlling what I can control. So that when training camps comes I can put my best foot forward. So you get limited rips, but you have been out there for a while talk about the three quarterbacks. I mean, you've got Tyree Jackson whose big tall. Unbelievably you know, he's a gifted guy. He's kind of like Josh Allen. Those guys have big arms and big athletes. Matt Barkley out there. Tell us about what you notice from the different quarterbacks. Yeah, I mean I think they all have unique skill. Sets. Do different things very well, but they're all very talented obviously played with Tyree down at the senior bowl. So we kind of knew each other a little bit coming in. And really the, the biggest thing I saw with him down. The senior bowl is, you know, he's just he's a gamer, you know you, you, you know you see them when when he's in the game, and he's stuff you can't really do in practice, because quarterbacks are live and you see down in the senior bowl, you scrambling around and making plays with his feet. You know, which is huge in NFL today, because a lot of people are looking for that, and obviously, see Josh is pretty mobile and Kim Ron, but has a huge arm as well and takes good command of the head of the huddle and, and Matt. You know, really has a firm grasp of the offense. Always make sure everybody knows what they're doing, you know..
"kim ron" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On
"She's like, I don't think before I talk I'm on unapologetic about shit and fuck and say shit period. So I'm like, okay. Well, that ain't working. Well, man, are y'all gonna dress things that he's doing this week? I don't even know what he's doing. He said he got tricked. Oh, I did see that. He got scam. From politics. True truce to. Real. They can. They're using him for right? Yeah. That was a real. It's what he's saying Kansas. Sorry, Kundus Owen not losing him. Because she said that he was attached to the whole, Greg. Sit thing blessed blacks it. Sorry blacks it, and he didn't like the fact that he was being used to promote something like that grow. What did you think was going right start speaking? I don't think he wrote that tweet. Yes. He did. Yes. He did that. Nobody writes, somebody writes, Kim tweets though, right? Kemp seems pretty articulate Tom went where it in sound. Like Kim, Ron, yeah. Yeah. Right. It's tracfone sometimes probably everybody knows his password. Now, so. I'm sure she knew it that is so funny zero says password I cannot. Well, everybody seems he's like going back on the ship that he said about Trump. It's like too little too late nowhere. Did he say he's not still down with Trump? The whole situation was more about Kundus. Right. People are getting on me onto the why are you just, you know, you're an example of a black man trying to keep it on a black band down. Yes. Because I was climbing cognac because the first time I saw it. I started laughing do this. You're only doing this. Because because Trump said you can't come back after that public fucking athlete, and you're doing is that true. I think I do with that. And I think has to do with the fact that is shooting. So I don't think it's really that he stopped and was like guys, I'm really I'm pondering for a minute. I think that you know, we said it semester. They didn't sell out like they normally do all the newest came out. Nobody fucking you like that anymore. And the thing about that tweet. You got is that they don't understand like, you're not the only one like black people walking away from kinda wis like, and that's some real shit. And the things he said has been harmful to him in the African American. They're coming back though, you think so the blacks absolutely, they'll always look at Twitter. Go look at Twitter's like they they're forgiving him. And not really I don't care either way forgiven. We we are he's finally coming back. Y'all y'all cutting him, and blah, blah, blah. Can. So it's not surprising. This all you needed to do say that. And then, you know, deliver some good as music put out his version of a step in the name of love and shit. The only reason I don't forgive him. Because then he come out and say, oh, I get it. I know the first time he did it. He was just like yes in the did that turn around and do this. It's like how many chances are you going to give them? You get them saying every, you know, we'll cancel them. And then we'll bring him back. We'll council. Like you at some point. You're like fuck you like now when he starts making music that they can jam out to finally say foot on you. You didn't got should do this politics with his music literally, and you know, some of his fashion not. His passion is tied to his music as well say everything I think feeds from his music and him being this. You know, superstar, you know, I think if he if he starts making like music that they can't defend anymore. Then they'll be like, okay. No we can count on. But they know they don't do it. Fuck really that sad. 'cause they'll blame the music on the politics. I mean, there's a lot of people out there. Like that y'all listen to never mind. Well, it doesn't matter. You've been saying a lot of the catch yourself lot. I'm not about me. What's going? I'm just tired the fuckers. That's all shit. I'm tired of arguments. You dumb fucking half ass half step in jackasses. They're just like, oh, we're gonna shit on this guy..
"kim ron" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"She is just remarkable. The last visit with Rosemary just. Oh, was it. It's september. I think or maybe the month before she had a brand new book out, and this one is another fate from fate magazine, fate anthology, and she's compiled it edited and contributed some articles to this anthology. It's on UFO's in ET's fate presents UFO's and the presence. But since this will be our last visit with Rosemary before Halloween. We'll also talk about ghosts and goblins and things that go bump in the night. No doubt. And also carve out some time for you to talk to Rosemary as well. Maybe you have a ghost story you'd like to share. Let's see let's just see if you can raise the hackles on the back of my neck with one of your ghost stories. I doubt you'll be able to scare Rosemary, I'm guessing she's pretty much in your to that kind of thing. I would think, but you never know. Now, speaking of ghosts. Three and five people three in five people a believe they've come face to face with a ghost at some point in their lifetime. And as well as seeing a ghost in real life. Forty percent of people think they're pets have had a ghostly encounter. But people's way of dealing with meeting a ghost aren't far from those in the movies. The typical reactions tend to be fainting screaming crying or running away. I would probably do all four. Women despite being more likely to see a ghost by twenty percent. Did you get that women are twenty percent more likely to see a ghost? They're also twice as likely to scream and run away. This was a study conducted by one poll one poll all one word on behalf of groupon. What do group on would be doing this? They also found that one in three people believe their house is haunted. One in three. So we can talk go stories. If you lied, again, we'll also pick that up with Rosemary an hour or two, and I see that creepy. Clowns are back in the news creepy clown reports this time in Great Britain. There was an incident with a knife wielding clown over there recently menacing some children, and I'm wondering if this is all been inspired. If you will by Stephen king's book it which came out over thirty years ago. And then of course, there was the the original movie which came out in nineteen ninety. And then there was the reboot. Of it, which I think came out last year, which is scarier by the by which is scarier the book, the nineteen ninety movie or the 2017 movie. I have not read the book, nor have I seen the movies. But that might be kind of fun. Why don't we kick that around as well? The scariest movies ever made the scariest movies ever made. For me. It was actually a trailer. Not even the movie it was nineteen sixty six. It was a cult classic b movie called the Queen of blood has anyone out there seeing that I haven't actually seen the movie as I say, I only saw the trailer and that was enough. This was. Who is in that basil Rathbone, I think and young Dennis hopper and John Saxon. And Forrest j Ackerman who of course, went onto publish very famous magazine called famous monsters of film land, which I started publishing in the late fifties and famous monsters a film land inspired countless Hollywood directors not only in the horizontal let people like John carpenter. But but people like Steven Spielberg as well. We're very inspired. Anyway, forced Ackerman made an appearance in the Queen of blood. And then there was this lovely check actress named Florence Marly, and she played the alien Queen who also happen to be a vampire, and as I say, I just I saw the trailer. My parents back in I think about nineteen sixty seven sixty eight I was three or four years old. If they wanted to go to the movies, they had to take us us being five children with them usually try getting babysitter for five kids. Not that easy. So on this particular night, we piled into the family station wagon, a nineteen sixty two valiant, and my mom and dad went they wanted to see Debbie Reynolds, Dick Van Dyke movie called divorce American style. I don't know if you remember it. So we went to the breezes drive in in Branford, or it might have been the sunset. But I think it was the breezes drive in and we had a a padded kind of a a foam pad in in the very back of the station. Wagon was covered with some nice, Terry cloth. Then we piled in there with our pajamas. How exciting was that? When you were a child, right? You were going out into the car after dark with your pajamas on so. Me and my four older siblings piled into the valley. And off we went to the breezes drive in and we were sort of expected just to kind of fall asleep. In the back while my mom and dad washed divorce American style, not an inappropriate movie, but not a particular interest or four year old, but before I fell asleep. Of course, they ran the trailers before the the main feature, and there it was the Queen of blood. And as I say, I've never seen the movie. I'm sure if I did I would laugh about it now because it looks like it's pretty campy, but for three or four year old this alien vampire outer space. I tell you so Florence Marly in her alien Queen up would haunt my nightmares for the next twenty five years. So that was it for me and later, I watched the pilot for a TV series called the night stalker. This was the pilot that aired I think it was like an ABC or NBC night premiere. Anyway, it was like a Monday or Tuesday night. And this was the night stalker. The pilot episode was about this vampire that was stalking Las Vegas. I tell you that that was it for me. I was I think maybe eight or nine years old seven or eight years old, maybe. And so my scariest moments on screen actually weren't even films was a movie trailer and the other wasn't made for TV movie the pilot episode, so maybe we can share your scariest movies as well. Now, we could go in a completely different direction. If you'd like we could talk geopolitics, I know the disappearance of a Jamal kashogi is on. Everyone's mind Turkey is saying that a Saudi hit team is behind this disappearance and murder and that much of his interrogation and torture and murder. Was recorded on his apple watch an uploaded to I cloud and may have been overheard by his fiancee who was apparently waiting outside the consulate in Istanbul in their car. She waited out there something like ten or eleven hours, then came back the next day. And of course, he's completely vanished. This has far reaching geopolitical implications. And we can get into that as well. Now, I want to also because I've neglected this. And I hope you'll forgive me all of you in the live chat. It's been awhile since I've acknowledged you, and I apologize for that. But I just it's been a while actually since we've had the livestream. We did it last week. And then before that it was it had been a while. But I just wanted to say at an acknowledge some of you who join us in the live chat at the YouTube channel Brown dwarf. Now, here's one Charmaine. Notre yet. I hope I'm not mispronouncing that and he Sharman is checking in from South Africa, where it's almost well, it's after five in the morning, so Charmaine great to hear from you. Thank you. And let's see we have George berry in Omaha Nebraska, Johnny Moore, mystique marmer Steen. Hello. Johnny Kenny poison in Colorado Springs, red cap goblin. Let's see razz to checking in from a UK gored gored Oland gorge joins us every week. You betcha joins us every week right to hear from to see both of you. Luna. Luna is beautiful this evening. Sorry. That's from VC who's not sure. Oh VC in the Carolinas. Let's see who else. Do we have gang of four gang of four? Baiji kim. Ron Hello botchy. All right. We'll try to John Schwartz. Great to have you on the the YouTube live chat. Incidentally, please check up the YouTube live channel. And if you haven't already please at that red sub button. Ryan back in east York in the bunker. I think what do we around eleven thousand four hundred subs. So let's see how quickly we can get that up to twelve thousand. And just a reminder my podcasts, of course, conspiracy.
"kim ron" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"One your final accused in leads that American League division series, two games to non Kevin to with you. This is baseball tonight or Red Sox leading the Yankees one game tonight with more on David price. Go to the shell Pennzoil performance I'm back to Fenway park. TBS analysts Ron darling what a World Series title with the Mets in nineteen Eighty-six. He joins us in Ron. You heard David price doesn't really have an answer for his struggles as a starter in the postseason what should his approach beater night? Well, I think whenever you have a problem the best way to get rid of the problem. Is you have a problem? Right. And you walk a life. Right. So I think that's a good positive sign for David. You know, he's admitted that his postseason numbers or are not close that the kind of pitcher. He is. But you know, the great thing about the postseason is they can really race. A lot of bad things that have happened with one supreme effort, and you know, he has pitched a fantastic this season. He's pits while down the stretch. But the Yankees have really been his sour point. I was just punching the stats up and trying to figure out what he's done in the last twenty six innings against the New York Yankees. He's given up thirteen home runs. So he's gotta keep the ballpark of the ball in the ballpark. That's easier said than done because this Yankee team hit more home runs than any team in the history of the game. But that would be a start. He just got to keep them in the ballpark. You did say something earlier admitting have it, and he does seem to at least being relaxed. He doesn't appear to be as combatant combative as he has in years past. Now the Red Sox bullpen Ron louver Loney? Former Red Sox treated this during the game yesterday. This is what it looks like when you're scared. To give it up watching the relievers being afraid almost throw strikes. How is that dynamic of as a pitcher when you're trying to be too fine? Or you're trying to make the perfect pitch. What's that line that you have to walk? Yeah. I don't think you can walk that line. I think it's the opposite. If you decide to try to walk that line, you're gonna end up. It's going to be a disaster. I think what you have to do is two things in the postseason one. Is that you can't change everything that you did during the regular season in anyone that's on any of these rosters had a fantastic fantastic season. So that's why they're on the roster. But second, you know, the lowest heart rate wins in the postseason and that's easier said than done. Each person is different. You can't just with a blanket. Tell everyone how to act but for anyone who plays or pitches in the postseason you've got to find that place. Because if you don't find that place, and you think that pitching around good hitters is going to get you through an inning. It just will not happen. It'll be a disaster. So they've got to find something to to figure it out or or core might have to do what the the Astros didn't. He was the bench coach last year. And that is used a lot of their starters coming out of the bullpen to help. They did that with Rick Porsche shallow yesterday. She touched on today could be a potential Nathan all the throw day if you will. And I say throwing in air quotes, maybe they get fifteen pitches at a Kim Ron darling world champion at the eighty six Mets. Join just got the call tonight with Brian Anderson on TBS on the other side for the New York Yankees. They're they are playing in this win Iran, Masahiro Tanaka gets to start what are the Yanks Tanaka tonight? Well, I think they need. Tanaka. The big game. Go deep in the game. I think the thing about Tanaka is that when he's on because of his ability to paint his pitches. He's a real artist out there when everything is working right like price. He's gotta keep the ball in the ballpark gave up twenty five home runs this season. That's a big number considering the innings. He threw. But boy, I never doubt him. I always think that he's gonna come through in a big spot last year. He was their best starter in the postseason. If you look at the numbers, I just think that, you know, six innings, I really wanna when you look at the Yankees last night. Even though they lost the game. They had a lot of positives. Short at a lot of traffic on the basis. They put themselves on the spot to score runs. They didn't come up with the big hit. They made close and their bullpen was impeccable. After had a faulty start. So they take a lot of good things out of the game that they lost. If Tanaka can go out there and give them a I think moving down the stretch. If the Yankees got a quality start out of the starter. They'll win all the games they play against the Red Sox. If they don't then it's a crapshoot, but I expect that kind of quality start from Tanaka tonight. Ryan great stuff. Enjoy the series. Enjoy the call. I appreciate your time. Thank you. Thank you very much Bye-bye. Ron darling champion with the Mets in nineteen Eighty-six. Ryan Anderson have the call on TBS television coming up next John chummy. Jessica Mendoza had the call here. Already ESPN radio battle Joe frost. Baseball tonight, presented by vivid seats game. Number two. Pitch of the American League.
"kim ron" Discussed on Get Up!
"And for a week we got, we got plans now everybody knows what they're doing on Christmas. Everyone know now been wondering, I forget about the pre show meeting now. I know what you're talking exact same thing. I've been doing the last handful of years working ten hours and right, but at least we know who you'll be watching and we'll get into that and get up and go. Let's start with that. Let's get you everything going on in the world sports. It seems to always start with the Red Sox these days. The first team in baseball do eighty weeks. They were the first team to seventy wins at felt like yesterday, a ten, seven, ten inning win at the Blue Jays and it's JD. Martinez was major league leading thirty fourth home run along the way. They won eighty of their first one hundred and fourteen games. How about Martinez? JD's been unbelievable. I mean easy. Been a monster Fenway, but than with the free run home and think about this. They come off series against the Yanks. They blow a save with Kim Ron the road and say whatever. He'll be five months. Yankees needed access to win. Also Giancarlo Stanton, giving the Yankees, a lead in the tenth inning with twenty six run of the year is they go on to win it four, three and thirteen over Chicago Jose Abreu who would tie this game in the bottom of the inning. Zach Britton blowing a save opportunity there. And so they would go to the thirteenth and it's Miguel Andrew hard delivering. Go ahead RBI single in the top of the frame, sunny gray, the much-maligned three scoreless get into wind, read it. Jail was all over this Yankees. Things we were talking about yesterday. They'd be the league or division leader in every other division except for the absolutely and you can't afford it. This point of the season be losing to the white box extra NS. They gotta done heavy rains in Saint Louis. Tiger Woods was able to get into five practice holes at bell..
"kim ron" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"And there is a latest on that kim ron awan's story on the hill all that coming up at first we we told you a story about ten days ago now about a work sheet that was passed out in eighth grade class they were in loudon county that showed political spectrum showed people you know leftwing wing rightwing conservative liberal democrat republican and there was a lot of content on that there was objectionable most objectionable was that they had under under rightwing extremist they had kukluxklan and it was you know adjacent right next to a conservative republican description you know you know you you considered republicans uday it is just this side of being a clansman right well edwin you called in lots of calls from y'all out there in logging county said the yeah you would soon something similar to that well there's been a development and by the way i just wanted real credit one of you raised this to our attention new emails and you can you can email all the stuff to us at leirio show at wbalcom showed us a picture of the work sheet and you have called it said yeah we saw that to this is crazy and saying well that school principal is not responded and said yeah yeah we're not going to use this anymore i want to talk about this and and more with eric to kenneth now he is a member of allowed and county school board member represents the key talked in district thanks for joining us eric thank you sir appreciate it are you aware of this and the developments can you tell me what exactly the principles decided and a been whether this was a district wide situation i am aware of it and you know not only will pick a correlation right winger radar a wreath of conservative uh alarming at their own or or pretty concerning now if you look under the low liberal column uh they highlight at liberal uh nick change you and they feel that they should be done legally and peacefully i think if contrary to a lot of what we see in the new yeah under them moderate cold moderate terror or uh know hollerin' of other people view via can you aiding can me that uh you know decoder these other faction of political but we aren't tolerant right well.
"kim ron" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"Uh it is being uh now uh translated into a documentary sell uh i don't know what the title is going to be i don't think i asked them but they could give a listen to maybe maybe we did um uh they are making a uh a tim o'brien micromouse are making a movie about the wichita wings at believe me it's scheduled to come out uh for gap when they said it was coming out some time i believe in the early part of next year um and uh i highly and uh look forward to uh to watching that we will have a link to the uh the promo ford that uh video which they just posted on youtube a couple of days ago uh but we're gonna be talking all things mis sal and in particular wichita wings with mike ramallah's and tim o'brien here on the big podcast in just a couple of seconds a stay tuned it's really fun we talk about people like kim ron fed and eric rasmussen as a little bit a crazy georgian there everything orange army we talk about roy turner the coach of course uh it's all good stuff give a lesson i in a couple of seconds after i of regale you of course of the promotional message from our friends at audible um if you if you haven't been uh uh browbeaten by me i yet to be uh submissively convinced go try out uh audible for yourself please do so uh it is it's an awesome service audio books are are good for the soul of they certainly good to the ears that good for the mind uh and there's no better place than audible to uh.
"kim ron" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"What have you call in early grip and a tall it like dj quick would say yes it will let's move on mr rose from the heights of female lettuce ism to some of the depths of what females a sports have to deal with kim ron cameron killer hilton kileh camp cam kileh camp cam cam fig new newton nunes kim what are you doing its unbuttoned the by the time you're watching this program you've already seen the store you've seen the tweets you've seen the footage what he did was so disrespectful so vile so it's equated so just ridiculous that we you'll need us to tell you why in that it was wrong but one of the things that bothers me the most about this is jordan rodrigue her story is now she told us that she spoke with came after he did this and he did not apologise in my mind both of those things are awful but worse than that is the fact that he did not apologised when he did was basically sexes and misogynists tick to inquire that a female owned by the way for every by that repeats this the way he used that term was also disrespectful coop point they can actually be called women or ladies but i wanna point out a few things that tend to happen in sports and as an athlete these are some of the barriers and our stereotypes i hoped to avoid by getting into this industry i'll talk a lot about one to a ban on a roll student and make the dean's list because i didn't want to be considered a dump job but what ends up happening is sometimes we create certain activities that make people question our challenges and let me tell you what i me.
"kim ron" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Different sources this is the guy if you can see the guy was prior enlist based on the middle ages wearing it seems to me like you poorly played a joke as a naval officer i think the benefit of the dow should be spared to this guy and not make it bigger deal about it than meets the be well listen thank you very much for being with us rdr thank you so much for for wing in from what we understand and i have multiple sources on this thing that this is actually a real guy and this is how he feels and he's been tweeting out of his point of view on these kinds of issues for some time are using his twitter handle commie bebop i'm not kidding all right not kim ron's on at a rubber you first of this half hour good morning run out corner oppor arthur this is about the from the national anthem yes uh i believe that it hold down the morale of the restaurant a and that's why we law over uh overnight over country well i'm not quite sure why why we lost all the we got drubbed communism bears what a firm for me a thick with this way i heard bill o'reilly make this comment and i'm gonna steel directly from him say europe a soldier and your stationed in afghanistan no incountry somewhere the very few moments you have four real accession and recreation is to go watch some energy fell football on the armed forces network so say you're some guy from baltimore and you wanna watch the ravens play near over in afghanistan are courtship what time of day that would make it over there but you're you're ready to watch this and this is what you see on after the day before euro patrol and so took a pot shot at your house how would you feel about this particular display i would be pretty distressed actually to think that you're out there are infantry put up putting yourself in danger because this is what the army has asked you to do and what is happening is that people uh that you admire we all have our favorite football player people you admire arnall basically disrespecting respecting the flag and the.