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"r. c." Discussed on 600 WREC
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"r. c." Discussed on 600 WREC
"Oh five five W. E. R. C. right now it's eighty six degrees at Birmingham's news traffic and weather station newsradio one oh five five W. we are C. the White House walks back home Lisa Brady fox news says spokeswoman says the president did not order a slowdown in corona virus testing this after Kanye during a weekend rally that another official described his tongue in cheek as the president suggested that ramped up testing is producing too many positive test results for the virus meantime the scripts interview the president offering possible support for a second as stimulus check for Americans and saying expect work soon on another coronavirus relief package the World Health Organization keeping up its warnings about the pandemic having a long way to go as new cases set single day records globally India one of the hot spots India reporting fifteen thousand new coronavirus infections another wrinkle daily high amid reports of overloaded hospitals Germany and Thailand are advising their citizens to consider leaving India the German embassy in New Delhi saying there is little or no chance of admission to hospitals for people with credit nineteen India has the fourth highest coronavirus caseload in the world although its death toll of fourteen thousand people is comparatively low Simon nine fox news the U. S. defense department giving a briefing on its wide ranging efforts to help fight the virus the department has placed over three billion dollars in contract obligations spanning over eighteen thousand actions to combat coal that impacts undersecretary Ellen lord says work also continues on operation warp speed the effort to ramp up pre production of a potential fast track Maxine a public viewing under way in Atlanta's Ebenezer Baptist church for racial R. Brooks the man shot by police after a peaceful confrontation escalated with Brooks resisting arrest in the Wendy's parking lot one fired officer is charged with murder another is suspended facing lesser charges stocks turning higher the Dow opened up about a hundred points getting back over twenty six K. at times America is listening to fox please it's one oh three newsradio one oh five five W. we are C. the FBI and justice department are now investigating the discovery of a noose Talladega superspeedway already safe it was found in the garage stall of Bubba Wallace the Cup series only black driver Wallace making headlines by convincing NASCAR to ban the Confederate battle flag at all its venues governor Ivey says she is shocked and appalled to learn about the incident Talladega you said she'll assist in any way possible to ensure that the person responsible is caught and punished a rise in covert nineteen cases in Alabama health officials in the state's largest county are calling for more protective measures deputy health officer for Jefferson County Dr David Hicks tells WBRC new coronavirus cases have been going up since Memorial Day weekend we're certainly going back first received this call the second peak of this first wave we're getting daily counts about fifty to sixty individuals testing positive on a daily basis.
"r. c." Discussed on 600 WREC
"Eleven AM right here on newsradio one oh five five W. E. R. C. M. traffic and weather together one oh five five WBRC such as a wall for spurs across the board everybody is trying to show it to being a barrister about our profession well you know what stop treating us like animals involved and start treating us with some respect there's only one hundred and forty four days still coast to coast from order to order to shine the Michael it's not a matter of how many properties were not worried about yeah okay what do you mean this thirteen hundred men and women of the Seattle police officers guild we are beside ourselves the city has lost all the political will to enforce the rule of law.
"r. c." Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Of Santa Fe on C. R. C. later thirty five minutes after one o'clock been talking with business people week ten days about what it's like to re open how can we help you to get people back into your business today Andy Barnes have any Barnes joins us fallout from dinner for two Jeff how are you today happy Friday pretty good pretty good thank you for having me today absolutely all right tell people what dinner for two is those ignorant people out there never been there well delivered to it's a it's been in my family for nineteen years now be the nineteenth anniversary this weekend we opened in two thousand one what we do is we specialize in tableside dining and that we do if they're casual fine dining concept in you is we provide a nice dinner of steaks is what we do steaks and seafood and so at a good price and what our goals are to produce a nice meal at a reasonable price for for everybody that's acceptable where are you that's the key we are in a downtown where on the corner of west to San Francisco in Guadalupe you were on it right behind the building and the Eldorado well how old is that building it was built in the fifties we were just doing some research on it recently it was a fruit stand in the fifties it's it's a cool looking building now it is a leader it's it's interesting the history we looked into it and then that way originally was the building behind it started with fruits and and the property got annexing became so little thing in the collection of a long skinny shape the difference you know hello for quite some time and all right are you doing in restaurant dining on the patio dining to go dining and I guess if if your family or your your group you have to split up because only dinner for two I believe are probably the only restaurant in the world with a take the name literally we recommit your dinner we do drinkers many groups do you like how can you behind in a virtue is that it is more of an intimate setting its place somewhere you wanna come have your birthday or your anniversary or just you know the one eight years we've been nominated for the best the so that that's working for two comes in we did three million last probably we can rebuild some have L. hello Daniel it's been a really to really nice out there were just beautiful out there better than I would ever hope for well all right do you recommend people can drop by or call or make a reservation online are well I I think calling it is good to make a reservation you can also do it online their website at dinner for two and M. dot com or you can go to open table I do recommend you calling because we are at fifty percent occupancy rate for the CDC procedures and so therefore we can figure out a timing and all that it helps us out on our end to be able to make sure nobody has to wait too long for table downtown restaurant incredible dining place dinner for two chef Andy Barnes is our guest so chefs say on a Friday night in in early June during during this weird time what might be on the menu tonight well we have some new I am very into cocktails right now into feeling driven cocktails we have an apricot margaritas that is and tastic I have he has very blockage Rinker called the raspberry switches I have a banana tea drinks call the ones in her seat very good we also have a couple new judges to be happy white more a poblano on the menu which is one my current favorite things I absolutely love our signature dish is a flaming young that is crusted with cocoa coffee and garlic and then charge on a white hot grill and then covered with green Chile queso and topped with blue crab call the police could you throw one of those on right now I'm on my way my god that sounds good all that big it is amazing I mean I mean that's really all over the board seats or two and crab glad what is served with are we deal with a caramelized onion mashed potato when we deal with a lot looking back vessel again after your Manhattan now that really sounds good what kind I I do have a bit legendary sweet too do you have desserts of course we do we do one table side we do bananas foster DS will be flown B. at the flames go up the with the with the rum and the banana look cool or internal Werner ice cream is absolutely fantastic wonderful to well it all send fantastique it is dinner for two seventy Barnes our guest it is open for patio dining it is open for in restaurant dining fifty percent capacity and also to go still in indigo any.
"r. c." Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"To subscribe and review this podcast tell us what you think leave a five star review and now R. C. each of us is human beings are made of three things eight of mine we are made of hard we're made of intuition sometimes we make decisions we have to decide which one of those are going to ultimately decide for us whether we follow our mind whether we follow her heart whether we follow our intuition I can say I don't know too much but what I know is that a human beans we feel first and we think second which means the decision of the heart trump almost always the decisions of the mind that would be perfectly okay except for the fact that often we have to confront the challenge that is between our heart in our mind it was an ancient Chinese proverb that stated the longest journey that any of us will ever take is the eighteen inches that separates our heart from our mind today's guest is one who I've known for many years and I'm blessed that we came into each other's lives because she's someone who came to me at a certain time in her life and spoke to me with her heart when I only knew her through her mind and I think her story is one of transformation and that is something that converted from decisions being in the mind to ultimately decisions being in the heart the letter from Los Angeles to New York back to Los Angeles in that guest today I am really pleased to bring her into the studio is Bree Smith Bree welcome to a climb to the top stories of transformation thank you so much check it's great to be here yeah it's great to have you here when I said that brie and I talked about the longest journey of the heart and the mind tell us first what you are doing these days and then I want to examine the backstory that will circle us back to the present great okay so I am an actor I also work in production on TV shows and movies so I am a producer's assistant so I'm the assistant to a producer who makes TV shows and movies how long have you been doing this I have been doing this for about five years I guess I was an actor from birth although it was soon I was going to ask because you came into my life you were a student of mine and you were a freshman marketing major I mean you were an excellent student but I sense through the time that we were working together that there might be something else that you're considering that I didn't know what it was he came to me in the second semester of your freshman year in you and I had a conversation that shifted from the mind to the heart do you remember that conversation I do yeah and you said to me what that I wanted to pursue my passion and follow my heart and pursue becoming an actor and working in television and now at the time though you had taken the approach of study in business why I thought it was the easiest choice I let me take that back I thought it was the most tangible option I did not think at the time you know in high school when you're deciding what major you're going to pursue in college what you're having to do with your life I did not think that doing acting or any job necessarily in television and film was even attainable I thought the smartest and safest choice was to pursue business to get a business degree and you know work a job the rest of my life writing get a paycheck every couple of weeks and it all sounds good in many people do that because for many that follow their passion sometimes their passion is to start a company at the age of twenty two when they run out of money and they actually have to go into something practical to get paid before they do it again but you did that you made up your mind that at nineteen years old you're going to move to California California talk about your the entrance of a different kind of study in order to put you on the path to become an actor what did you do so I knew I wanted to pursue TV and film I knew that was my passion that was something that regardless I wanted to be on a sat I wanted to see how it worked I wanted to train as hard as I could in acting and be the best that I could be so I was like what do I do I go to school so I went to schools University College I pursued acting and television and film production there and learn different methods in acting but it's also learned what it is to be a producer writer director and all the different jobs that being in production you know the different jobs are in production in television and film and I thought that was the best place to start really is go to school and then emerging out of school your mindset before we even get to the heart was get the acting job and then get the next acting job what were you thinking what was the path or was there you know it's funny because there wasn't really a I didn't really know what to do and my first thought was go to school for it that's the path and then that will lead me to where I need to be but it's so funny because there's so many different paths that I could have taken now that I look back but that I end up taking my own pot that is not necessarily normal or for the industry I would say but eight yeah I mean I I think it was starting with school just starting there and then moving to LA you know I I did a year at Santa Barbara City College but after a year I said I'm ready to go I'm ready to go to LA I didn't I think I needed to be there any longer I knew what I thought I needed to know I wanted to move to LA take other acting classes with the teachers there but of course work in production and I I think that's where it differs a little bit because I'm an actor but I also work in production which isn't usually typical so I was working on TV shows as a PA and then eventually you know production secretary and then worked my way up to a producer's assistant I'm I'm not now I want to take a check here because what you talked about at the age of nineteen was to meet transformative because the path that you were on when I knew you was a more straitlaced path there is an expected outcome when you graduate with a marketing degree you go to work for Amazon or some other company and you start a career that is somewhat defined your known more abstract to gig economy where you've got to figure out what your next job is going to go tell us about some of the jobs that you landed in the process by which you got them yes so I guess we'll start with my first production job I was pursuing acting of course taking courses as many as I could towards much as I could but my first job I was a production assistant an office production assistant for the TV show switched at birth it's on free form which was formally known as ABC family and I worked in the production office there I got that job because I went out with a group of girls and matched the production coordinator and send her my resume the next day in just a few Hey just let me know when she was happened to be looking for and so it worked out perfectly I mean I got the job and from there it's so funny the industry is all about connections because the more people I met working those types of jobs the more they help to me and brought me on to other jobs other TV shows and movies and so from there I A. S. and then I worked in a post production facility for a little bit doing basically learning everything about editing and and the post production process of a TV show or movie and then from there I worked on the TV show code black on CBS and then you know just one around I worked on lethal weapon for a bit and yeah right back and talk about now you created web series that you have a lot of fun talk about that web series and then I want to change the tenor of this just a bit and I want to get to your next transformation so my web series is called Winfrey TV it is with me and we skews man it's a sketch comedy web series short episodes no longer than five minutes really but it's basically him and I decided that we wanted to write a show together and that came kind of came about in an interesting way I met Louis please give me an act calmly we when I was working on code black on CBS show I was a set PA and I was in charge of helping actors when they got to set I would take them and get the my get up I would take them get their props and then I would basically system onsite bring them decide what have you and it's not it's not usually typical I guess that you wouldn't you know set PA would be friends the actors necessarily it it's funny because they usually tell you not to even though that was my job I was the first team sat PA because they wanna keep space between you and the space they don't want you to get too friendly I guess but it was so difficult for me not to be friends because I mean I don't know we just got along so all of all of them and I'm still friends with them to this day and you know and then there are people too and we just for friendships rate and so Louis and I got really close we we do is laugh on set like we just had good banter I suppose we had the same sense of humor and you know like a year later after filming the show we were hanging out one day just driving around in and he said to me I we need to be in a show together let's do a show the main one right and I and I I just kind of thought he was maybe joking because he had mentioned it before you know while we're on site but then at that point he's like now I'd route let's do a show together let's make something and you did and we watch it yes let me switch for just a minute and we take a station ID first you're listening to a climb to the top stories of transformation I'm Chuck Garcia on talk radio seventy.
"r. c." Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Until nineteen twenty nine R. C. was primarily in the business of operating radio broadcast stations and selling what was effectively industrial equipment but now RCA owned the company that had created the iconic Victrola machine and they created a subsidiary company called RCA Victor the company also took a majority ownership in the Japan Victor company which is also known as J. V. C. also in nineteen twenty nine RKO radio pictures released a film called syncopation which relied upon a new technique called RC a photo phone which is not to be confused with the technology developed by Alexander Graham Bell there was also called Vodafone now this was a technique of recording audio on to film for the purposes of synchronized visuals and audio in other words a way of making talking pictures and the formation of RKO pictures itself is a great story that ties directly into our history of RCA so the development of the RCA photophone technology would date back to the early nineteen twenties there was a man named Charles A. Hoxsey who was working on recording audio to photographic film as a project for General Electric which you'll remember was one of the founding partners that created RCA the hawks he's work at that time was more about preserving audio recordings for playback not necessarily as a way of creating talking pictures but just recording audio in itself but by the mid twenties General Electric was thinking about applying hockey's work in the direction of talking pictures now the desire to match the sound to moving images dated back to the earliest moving pictures Edison of self worked on this challenge and a lot of different companies were taking various approaches to this problem so for example Warner brothers had created a system called Vitaphone Vitaphone you would record a soundtrack onto a desk similar to an LP record and when you are ready to play the film you would synchronize the film play back with the audio from the desk so that was a pretty primitive approach but it was hell some early talking pictures were made including the first one the jazz singer which debuted in nineteen twenty seven RCA photophone used a totally different approach the sound was recorded in a narrow band on the side of the frame of film some actual photo reactive film the band would be out of you when the film was put through a projector there is a frame on a projector that covers up the edges of the film and the audio track is on one of those edges the wits of this strip on the side of the film varies with the frequency of the sound that was recorded onto the film so essentially you have sound that's transmitted into a microphone it is turned into an electric signal which in turn is used to treat this the operator to film so that it has this record of the frequency it's almost like a wave form if you were to think of that you know in the modern sense if you were to look at an audio file on a the audio editing software so then when you're playing it back you have a bright lamp that shines light through this narrow strip and you have a photo cell that picks up the light that's coming through and it generates an electric current that matches the amount of light that's hitting the photocell and that signal goes to a pre amplifier which can then boost the signal strength so I can go to an amplifier and then ultimately speakers the lamp for reading this article sound and the photo cell are not in the same position as the projection lamp that would just get in the way so this is actually it's something of a challenge it means that the soundtrack is offset from the actual frames of the film itself the soundtrack is either running a little ahead or a little behind the action of the film depending upon the method that was actually used so in playback it's all synchronized because of you as long as you put the film through the right type of projector the audio track gets read through the audio system at the same time as the video or the film rather the images are being projected through the projection lamp and it'll get synchronized together so and play back and synchronized but if you were to look at the film itself like if you took the film out of the projector and you held it up to the light and you saw where the audio track is the audio you were looking at would not be the audio that occurs in synchronization with the image you're looking at the advantage of that approach was that all the synchronization would be done beforehand you didn't have to set up a desk and a film in separate chambers to try and match up to each other it was all in one piece of film but the format itself changed several times sometimes with the optical sound track running ahead of the actions of those behind the action this meant the movie theaters had to invest a different equipment to play back those films properly because they if you put in a film where the sound track ran a little ahead of the action but you put it in a projector that was designed to run a film that had the audio a little behind the action you would have terrible experiences because the idea would not be at all synchronized with what was happening on screen it would just be a total mess this ended up creating kind of a format war that waged in the late twenties after RCA's approach debuted it was not the only audio on film format and it also did battle with the Vitaphone approach where it was the the recorded to disk version now on the production side if you were making films it also changed how movies were made because if you watch some of the early films will sound like some of the first films that had sounded it you might notice don't move very much shots are pretty static actors tend to remain in place well this was largely because of the limitations of the sound recording equipment at the time microphones were large and bulky and typically omni directional actors needed to be close to the microphones so that they could be heard clearly but they also could move around very much because the microphones would pick up everything so you just have a lot of noise the cameras themselves which had been motorized in the late nineteen twenties to create a standard frame rate of twenty four frames per second that was necessary in order to have reliable sound playback those cameras made a lot of noise too in those early days and that could get picked up by the microphone so as a result the common practice was to put the cameras in in closed somewhat soundproofed chambers at the camera man a camera operator if you prefer would be inside that chamber with the camera and they would be isolated from the rest of the set so that the sound wouldn't leak through they were jokingly referred to as ice boxes I say jokingly because it would actually get scorchingly hot inside those as the cameras were running and it limited what you could do with the camera you could pan the camera a little bit on tripod but that was about it and so early talkies typically don't have very much movement or action and which was a big change from the early days of silent films because in those days actors would make these really big dramatic movements in an effort to tell stories because they could not be heard another thing that would change was that in the early days film crews captured audio and images on the same film at the same time so in other words the audio and images were both being directly recorded to the same strip of photographic film this made editing really tricky because again the audio track wasn't in direct line with the images it was running a little header a little behind so you couldn't just now film to create a transition or cut out a mistake because the audio wasn't lined up directly with whatever was happening in the image and that would eventually change with the industry began to capture images and audio separately and would only combine them after the editing process to create a master print the audio track in the images were still offset but you could at least make edits to the film without messing up the sound track and you could do the same to the audio track without messing up the film RCA's Vodafone would go up against not only the Vitaphone system from Warner brothers but another sound on film system called movie town movie town came from a Western Electric subsidiary called electrical research products incorporated or E. R. P. I. that system was the dominant one with RCA was ready to debut photo found so again the company goes out and says what can we do to really compete in this market again idea let's make a new company so they go out they purchased the Keith Albee Orpheum chain of theaters that was a chain of theaters that wasn't it wasn't just motion picture theaters but also vaudeville theaters as well so R. C. A. goes out and buys this company that owns these multiple theaters and then they merged that company with another company they buy called film booking offices of America or F. B. O. and the merger of these two acquisitions becomes the radio Keith Orpheum or RKO pictures company so RCA created an entirely new corporation in order to put its motion picture audio format on to the market and it worked photo phone would eventually evolve into the industry standard pretty audacious move and not the last one from RCA then our next episode we will continue this story to talk about how RCA weathered the Great Depression and what it was doing during World War two if you guys have suggestions for future episodes of tech stuff let me know Simeon email the address is tech.
"r. c." Discussed on KGO 810
"Anywhere in the U. S. and Canada I've been chatting with the chat room if Nestle chat room I R. C. that twit dot TV and I've been in there chatting about sewing because that doctor mom who's one of our regular chatters she's a physician so she's always here with health advice but she's also this of maker she felt she teaches sewing at the used to teach selling at the maker faires and she's been my my sewing group I see doctor mom I wanna make masks so she said well my sister owns the sewing arts store in Santa Monica she's got a very nice relatively inexpensive sewing machine you can buy the Burnett P. B. thirty five it's was to order fifty Bucks something like that you know just a portable simple machine you can make mess with it and then so I got the same machine as it now what do I do she said well now you need to buy some fat stacks of quilting squares okay but that now what do I do with you need to buy some bias tape for the ties and you need to buy some threat obviously and you have an iron and ironing board no what you need that too by the time I'm done these are very expensive that's but it's kind of fun it's kind of fun I'm enjoying it that's what I did on my with my my days off this week maid sama I see as it turns out by the time you add up all the things I had to buy to do it masks Kerry on the line from Colorado springs Colorado hi Gerry how do we all do to talk to you Hey just combine the two G. at hold saying we're still on the circle thing just look for circles around the home introduction will tell us what to do that's right he R. A. B. C.'s I'm at the C. was circles that's a great idea for your my home is yeah this is my real question but what you hear on TV what is that the vice over your right shoulder with a pink flashing lights which are very practical purpose or is it just for the whole those are called blinking lights so I should explain all this yes it's a radio show but we have cameras on and we stream a video of the radio show for people who are obsessively interested in what's going on behind the scenes like you Gerry and I dressed up my set to be really it's really out of control there's a lot of charge fees all kinds it they all have meaning to me but I that probably looks a little busy to you and one of the things behind me is actually pretty cool that is a the face plate that's a little smaller than actual size of the PDP eight computer which in the back in the day these were the many computers were very widely used before personal computers on a lot of people cut their teeth on the P. P. eight but there's a problem with it of course you can't get them anymore they're they're really not practical the operating system they run is kind of out of date and certainly doesn't do any application to be interested in so this was created by a guy named Oscar Vermeule and he went to talk to the original designers he got schematic AG and then printed up a bunch of face plates but behind it is a pot raspberry pi so he calls it a pie ADP eight and it it can actually do computing it emulates a PDPA computer so you could if you wanted to if you understood PDP eight you could write programs or or run programs on it but I'm not doing that is just run in the blinking lights demo just to distract people like you but I'm glad you asked I know I'll put a link in the show notes because he sells these as kids and they're really great yeah I really like and it's a it's a there's a website that you have cameras something obsolescence but I'll find it for if you search for Oscar Vermaelen pied the P. eight you could find a DPA gotcha so my real question is well we have about four different computers here at home all of them obviously sharing space on our router and for a variety of reasons which I won't go into detail we really need to track what is going to cost our router you want to not we want to log it we want to actually know who's logging onto which website when and how long you're staying there when they're logging off again and so on and after spending about a dozen hours trying to Google this instructor thing I finally gave up the solutions call Leo do you have the only thing I found is is maybe a gargoyle router but I'd really rather not change routers and and will tell me what data you want because there is a way to do this I'm actually a big fan of it's a relatively new service call next D. N. S. and in its next DNS is free right now in beta they're going to a charge when they do even for the most elaborate uses it'll only be a couple Bucks a month and it does a lot of very interesting things it's essentially have you ever heard of something called a pie hole no one knew what what I don't want to do is I don't want to install apps on each of the computer monitor okay so my next place to go and yeah you asked what am I trying to track what to say I wanna know gaming websites Russia said out loud porn and so on I want to know what website you're being visited one you're logging on whether logging off of that construct and from which device in the house what next you're not going to do yeah yeah I'll give you a very good idea of that so what this is and I'll explain it because I think rather than just right you can go and look at the website before before before I go on I should probably explain everybody else exactly what we're talking about here a pie hole is a raspberry pi device those are the inexpensive same thing that's running this little piety PA by me little inexpensive thirty five dollar computers Lana geeks use these at home him either as a router or inotes in line with their router.
"r. c." Discussed on KTRH
"Those are pest control and the R. C. C. since we're open for takeout storm today email this morning and he said I have some virus side and I'm gonna come in put it everywhere I never seen this before what is rainy the concentrated stuff so you can be sure your kitchen is clean major oz how many things we didn't even know about are now just follow him off the shelves so I'm I'm I am working to get more details but for those of you in the restaurant business out there and for those of you who are consumers apparently if you get a food delivery they can now sell you restaurants can now sell you they probably have to have a liquor license already but they can now sell you alcohol with that food no I don't I don't know what the rules I'm trying to get more details on it so I privateness sinuous single use or a glass of wine with a bill so you a bottle of wine so I started somebody off their knees well yeah but you can't in a market up much you don't need to if you think about this depending on the size of your restaurant the volume you do you're sitting on ten twenty grand worth of alcohol right but you weren't gonna be able to sell for a while even just getting that money back is enough to to meet your payroll I mean just recouping now when we come out of this you've got to restart your supplies sure but right now we're just being able just being able to sell the bottles on your shelves if you're a restaurant just being able to recoup the cash that you have in product right now even if you didn't market up a dime is a cash injection that will get a lot of people through these first few weeks think about that every little bit every little bit helps every little bit helps right David you're on my commercial Hey Michael yeah although share which is up against it struck me for some reason just hit record I was going in the donut shop like I usually do which one and ship leasing it costs where is it no I know but what where are close available is it do you know how you go in there are two three times a week yeah they got the tables cordoned off the old guys so now there's no more chat each other but you know they're still just so what do you do you wanna Aggie special to clock to the coffee seven Bucks flat she's not six nine number seven Bucks seven Bucks I would pay I would pay several ones right now I understand I nice to cheat binance you cheap seven right on right on to okay all right to kolaches in a in a Cup of coffee article large coffee okay as muscle special spot okay well how young lady was one towards the door and I jumped at it health personal health check your your mission is to you thank you very much and I was like well not so there are two that your whole goal for lady yeah sh on the way out don't stop open the first door before she came in second door you should look me dead space is like thank you very much you know a little a little civility you know she can survive no but I'm guilty to Houston now about two years ago I held the door open for lady she just ripped the open yeah you don't think I can open the door for myself and yet that it yeah in English really I'm I'm hoping that people will start in the counter to check you know you've been asking all week you know what good things are happening in all our models using system announced don't slow down how would you describe that lady the job middle she was probably somewhat we have not thirty short look to eat there you know when she was approaching the door she had her her hand all up in your sleep now she's gonna open like that sell sell no great thank you coming up on all the matches not if you know your body cannibals you little bit but I think it just it just struck seven maybe hard six okay but but that's just really feel like they can change along with war work afterwards I don't think it's gonna important conflicts and we try to change the way that we do everything you know back was talking about that zoom I if.
"r. c." Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"R. C. to to about money investing making money in industries in trans talk to Chris about the volatility of our economy and of course Wall Street all of that at three o'clock today on Wall Street today in fact the Dow was up almost five points the Dow was up four point to me five percent the Dow is up four point nine percent the Dow went up eleven hundred and sixty seven points today finishing a Tuesday at twenty five thousand and eighteen the S. and P. was up four point nine percent as well one hundred and thirty six points in eighteen at twenty eight eighty two and the nasdaq was up five point five percent nasdaq was up five percent three hundred and ninety four points the nasdaq was up to eighty three forty four eight three four force all three indices up a lot today trading on Wall Street big recovery day election day it is big Tuesday big states Michigan Missouri small said Wellman Washington's big state small states like Idaho North Dakota all voting today could be a last stand for Bernie Sanders senator does not win Michigan today is pretty well over talk about that here in just a yesterday we had on state senator Peter were Senate Majority Leader talking about the price of oil in relation to our budget economy here in New Mexico and move what is on tap in the governor has until noon tomorrow to sign or veto legislation and senator worth brought up Senate bill two three two which the governor had been told that she would not face any opposition any blow back any criticism if he vetoed it with oil for in a free fall was down into the twenties yesterday from the fifties she could veto Senate bill two three to a highway bill local projects and put about fifty million dollars back into the general fund and she did that she vetoed the bill yesterday Gundersen the spending was not warranted given the economic impact the corona virus and declining crude oil prices was unclear seeing this as a conservative physically conservative move governor is saying well local infrastructure funding is important and necessary all expenditures of taxpayer dollars must be viewed through the lens of prudence and restraint governor's office also confirming that she is mulling over more potential cuts including line item vetoes on road spending and the main the budget bill and other infrastructure projects in capital outlay legislation approved by lawmakers during the session for more money into reserves actually given the price of oil went from the fifties to the twenty twenties with lack of demand less demand because less people travelling because of the virus pandemic and also this little oil war between Russia and Saudi Arabia so senator John Arthur Smith the chairman of the Senate finance committee agreed cats would be feasible within the one hundred and eighty million dollars in the general fund road spending your marked in house bill two there's been saying that is low hanging fruit you've physically very conservative there also could be vetoed in the one hundred and forty seven million dollars in general fund money set aside for capital outlay projects in house bill three four nine Ording to the head of the house finance committee that is represented Patricia Lundstrom a Democrat from Gallup it's about making sure we don't overspend based on revenue projections according to represent one from our revenue projections that we base the budget on are too high based on what we're getting as senator worse said yesterday the projection of the budget was based on oil at fifty two dollars a barrel I don't know what is trading for right now but is nowhere near that and represented one from did point out that we do need do need to do some road repair so don't you know take everything out of that zero down so there's a lot to be done in the next twenty two hours to evaluate the budget line item some stuff see what's important see what we can keep based on projections of oil which is almost impossible to do and we have no idea no idea how long the coveted pandemic is gonna last how deep it's gonna drive a recession it will drive a recession it will impact the economy in New Mexico we have no confirmed cases we'll get to that in a second but it's not something that you could say it's not here it's gonna go away this you know we're looking at you cannot wish it away it's going to be here for a while and will impact New Mexico we don't know how long we don't know how low oil will go or how low it will stay I know it's not fair we just got back on her feet just had the opportunity to get education and infrastructure important things going again in New Mexico and we get our legs cut out from under us just not fair house speaker Brian egolf saying yesterday that he is hopeful hopeful that the governor is not going to overreact very much keeping their wits about them I get no sense whatsoever panic or undue concern bigger he got sane was important not to cut back on budget items relating to education or economic development because they would help the state decreases dependence on oil and gas and the long term so that's where we are now the governor did veto that highway bill put in proximally fifty million dollars back into the general fund we can talk that a way to put that.
"r. c." Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Nine one well another month and another trucking company the belly up Todd dateline little rock Arkansas R. C. X. solutions a carrier based in little rock has announced that effective March second now they have ceased operations founded in two thousand one R. C. X. solutions employed seven drivers and contracted twenty four owner operators who leased their trucks to the company yes the the latest in a string of closings and bankruptcies some of our small and even a few larger carriers across the country over the past year year and a half well as reported by freight waves are C. ex president Randy Clifton junior said we got everybody home they were all taken care of for a man whose father founded the company in whose grandfather once owned civic east transportation in north little rock in Clifton's words closing RCX was gut wrenching we were able to find our drivers in good homes which was important to me because there were more like a family here some of them are already rolling for their new companies so that's good news but to they said their fate took hold in twenty seventeen there were on the losing end of a lawsuit that awarded the plaintiff damages of twenty three million dollars even after an appeal that resulted in the U. S. fifth circuit court of appeals lowering the damages to seven point five million it was not enough to save the company you have the downfall started early in twenty fifteen when one of the company's trucks broke down while transporting a load of cosmetic cases for Lori L. Clift in also the owner of the freight brokerage company sunset transportation worked with an older operating driving under the company name about time at transport incorporated and they were going to finish the load apparently for for a trailer interchange with brown who would then hold the load to central Arkansas long before arriving in Arkansas brown's tractor trailer was involved in an accident in Texas the the vehicle a trailer hydroplane before crossing the median Jack knifing striking a pick up truck resulting in the fire at brown died at the scene pickup truck driver sustained third degree burns numerous broken bones that's where R. C. X. was on the losing end of a lawsuit in twenty seventeen with the jury awarding what they call a nuclear verdict yeah that definition of nuclear is relative to the assets of the company in R. C. X. solutions case twenty three million dollars if you said the he'll lowered it to seven point five according to Clifton even with the lower liability amount it was too late to survive financially our insurance rates tripled with the company pay the increased premiums for more than three years and the economy hasn't really been strong enough to help them through these difficult times so we were hoping we could turn things around yeah insurance premiums would sooner or later be lowered but we had a bank refused to extend our credit line and that was pretty much the final straw new clear verdicts those are becoming more and more common you're looking at twenty six past the hour as we roll into a Friday around the country well we'll get to the calls coming up all over the news update lines available it's eight eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five eight six zero T. R. U. K. so from one side of the state to the other that would be the state of Louisiana widest tour trailer scheduled to travel a hundred seventy miles across the northern Louisiana from Shreveport to the next stop in Tallulah John Osborne skipper of the spirit of the American trucker tour trailer will be interlude of Louisiana starting today marks the sixth through the eighth so pretty much this weekend they'll be stationed at the Utah Lula TA travel centers at the junction of I. twenty N. U. S. highway sixty five I would like exit one seventy one off by twenty of this travel centers of America location on a hundred and thirty five parking spots for trucks to cross U. S. highway sixty five from a love's travel stop yeah just north on U. S. sixty five is the Tallulah truckstop and also just north of sixty five is knocked out barbecue according to tripadvisor is they've got some pretty good reviews also we're talking about twenty miles from Vicksburg Mississippi and the Mississippi River it looks tough for a truck to get out to get to the tween Tallulah in Vicksburg but a but a national military park is Doug dedicated to grants can now there that you might want to stop by and check it out gore's Johns always talking about to what's going on industry wise the issues while he was in Shreveport they said drivers were interested to hear about a white is executive vice president Louis pew headed back to Washington DC to inform federal authorities about how these regulations are affecting the drivers behind the wheel of America's commercial vehicles I'll be taking part of the.
"r. c." Discussed on 600 WREC
"Six hundred W. R. C. in ninety two point one FM independent conservative will get a phone but I just do not understand those and I'm not trying to be disparaging so like any Democrats listening to to look at the text messages on as we speak of getting text messages from a couple of moments in their house no not going to put them on the radio listen every weekend and we've talked about an hour nine zero one five three five nine seven three two I honestly want to have a recent intellectual conversation those who use the in the millennial groups in the world can who wants to give away everything we simply cannot afford free Medicare for everybody free benefits for everybody can afford it and not Jan the positive things done to stop the mass of humanity coming from Central America would be worse off than we are so I applaud America there's a lot of blood yes but we cannot feed everybody we cannot give free phones to everybody is going to pay for the working people like you and I not that we're any better but nothing is free we've got a lot of debt we've got to deal with and some of that spring says five with the great news of our economy so the a Democrat I'm not going to call you please call me nine zero one five three five nine seven three why do you want to give so much to people you didn't earn it can understand about humanity understand about the economic refugees and understand all of the political Machen nations what it boils down to is whatever we give you working people working people produced they exist added to by liberals and even some millennials that folks are entitled to the same job so far as I'm concerned as a Christian I am always in this two headed dilemma they got a service is welcome the masses read the masses close the children and I do that but do so sources said ran into Caesar's what is Caesar's the gods what is god when the second season they're trying to trick in a word nine zero one five three five nine seven three two in earnest I hear from Democrats I am asking why do you think people we have not worked.
"r. c." Discussed on KQED Radio
"To death for agreeing to speak with me about American I appreciate it of course my area so when did you first hear about American interestingly I never heard about it nobody approached me for a blurb or anything like that and then one day a copy of the A. R. C. with a note from Jeanine show up what is the A. R. C. the advance readers copy you know the the galleys that they send out for review and and blurbs and they said the booksellers and so forth and it came in there was a little note from Jeanine in thanking me and I thought well that's cool one reason I just wanna make sure we get very specific some ask you this specific question okay yeah there is this Huffington post article written by David J. Schmidt the articles largest accusation is that there is a scene a specific scene in American dirt we're a young boy is crushed by a garbage truck and David Schmidt is saying it it appears just too similar and therefore it lifted potentially from your book the leak of sleeping children okay six can you tell us about what you witnessed in terms of the garbage truck or was that something that you heard from someone else in your own kind of research process and it wasn't it wasn't research it was live tell me and what does it mean when you see something that you lived and then someone says we're seeing it in this book yeah I felt sick at heart honestly I mean my my response you know what Schmidt and gore but both were talking to me about this what it I think what was my and I said I buried that child so you know there's no theoretical thing about it I didn't read about it I didn't lift it from anywhere I didn't get the image of the little body crushed into the soft garbage soil which is in my book because that's what happened these were boys that I knew and this is the the don't pay the she writes about it's been gone forever is the danger of you know research in old books I guess but these are all people that I've been with since the eighties since the seventies do you have a relationship which I mean you you know of her own came out of the blue I'd never heard of her I had no idea about the book at all and I put it aside because I'm really busy doing all kinds of other stuff and you know me wife Cindy picked it up and see that god this is interesting and started reading it with some enthusiasm like everybody does it the first couple of pages and then she started getting very agitated and we started talking about as I would you know what what's the problem is she basically said that there's a lot of material in this it seems awfully familiar your your wife said that to you yeah and then she got really angry the depression one so she kept on reading even though she had like a wait a second there's something here that looks like we celebrate today on my husband's writing I'm I'm gonna keep going here well I thought no no no I don't know that now you know I went into denial because I I you know me me with my Jesus complex I want everybody to love everybody so so when your wife was saying to you please look there's there's this here it sounds too familiar you were saying now it now is there a lot of stories like this right there are a lot of stories well I I I think you understand this I thought you know I don't want to read this I don't want to read this book in because if what she's feeling is true US I don't know I you know a literary scandal is definitely not something I want and I thought it was you know I'm seeing that Sandra loved it I'm seeing that you know the rain dance sums up in Julia I thought and don Winslow but the more we talked about it the more I thought the details seemed really odd and really off and yeah there are things it seems very much inspired by some of my books and then you know I get a name check in the book and I thought that's really weird everybody in our genre if you want to call it that knows how difficult this journey has been how hard it is to represent in our own voices are experiences and how to get New York to understand or take this seriously you know I've had a real battle my whole career and I think you know because we've talked a lot of times but you know my first book which seems to inspired things in this novel was rejected for ten straight years my idea come on they would not publish it and there are two things germane to my response to all that's happening right now one was when I first started sending their booking it was about the D. wanna garbage dumps unaccompanied minors you know the the pin either it is or find a door deals prisons people who are suffering at the border and it came out in nineteen ninety three but they wouldn't publish it and I I first started submitting it in nineteen eighty three okay and do things New York said to me which I've never forgotten one nobody cares about starving Mexicans that was a rejection from a New York publisher and my response was I know you don't care that's why I wrote the book but the other one which stung and we'll show you how may he gonna I really am because it was going out under the name Lisa right in editor from New York in the rejection told me no American reader is going to read a book by somebody with a name is strange is yours and they said you know you should think about changing your first name to the anglicised like be Louis Louis or another name entirely and I got all the wanna and I thought well you know is who's done I'm gonna add my middle name and I became please bear with ray and I was like how do you like that and you know what they didn't like that so let me ask you about that before we get into some other issues yeah let me ask you about the issue of the name of the author on the book so how does the fact that she's not Jenny not about is ginning Gomez or Jeanine lane yeah I know that's not that's not the issue at all I don't think I mean you know how many people have written brilliantly about may he go over the border with Anglo names in yeah I don't think that's the issue at all nor is it the issue that people are angry that she's made a fortune off of it I think the part of the issue is that you know it is I hate to say it it's a minstrel show with the absolutely wrong miss handled served cartoonish lack of knowledge about us about our culture about the front they're not.
"r. c." Discussed on 600 WREC
"C. W. R. C. in ninety two point one at them into the third day a little chilly cold with Chile no appreciable when to talk about ladies and gentleman Thursday January the thirtieth at six forty six fourteen minutes before the top of the hour let me give you this story according to the medicine place Memphis police officers are reportedly searching desperately I want to read this just like they wrote the story offers it with the methods of places Botha desperately searching for a missing endangered woman here in the mid south investigators have said did miss Nelly Keri Dane C. A. R. D. I. N. A. two seventy eight years old she was last seen around noon on Wednesday according to ms Kerr dean's daughter the daughter said she dropped her off at her brother's house Roger care doing he's thirty eight in the lives of your colleague road near west would our daughter said a family member arrived at home around eight forty five this past evening and her mother and brother were gone she told Memphis police department investigators are brother threaten to take a mother to Massachusetts police said the the other Mister Kerr ending it with that ms Kerr dean is a wheelchair bound due to paralysis and she suffers from dementia Nelly Keller care dean is five five around a hundred and forty five pounds with gray hair she was last seen wearing a tan colored capped a tan color kept a small gray sure in under a blue Jean jacket with black pants and how shoes police are also searching for the victim's son Roger care team if you have any information on this disappearance please contact the Memphis the police department at nine zero one five four five twenty six seventy seven nine zero one five four five twenty six seventy seven and of course we want you to know that in other news on this Thursday Memphis police say that they are ramping up efforts to end the steel persistent interstate shootings that have been going on we have eight seven but this month of January the Memphis police department actually members police department spokesman said they're going to put additional offer officers on the interstate in the adjacent roadways through the surface traffic here in the city in an effort to combat this ongoing problem last year they had in excess of fifty five shooting some may solve some they did but they come batting at six forty nine as we speak forty nine minutes after six o'clock next hour we hope to hear from you on the news stories of the day at nine zero one five three seven and seven three two just briefly we understand maybe this work was going to call in Mr Tory Nichols was going to call around seven oh five or or next hour we also are going to try to contact Mr Ferguson who is normally here around seven thirty ishe every Thursday but he'll be here this afternoon most definitively at four o'clock to talk to you Memphis about the issues that affect the soul of an economic legal in other perspectives so this is the station where you need you and you can get your information six R. W. R. we see in ninety two point one FM I'm Andrew Clark senior dealing with the news stories today west call you bill middle school as you've been hearing through the morning and well they have announced they're going to be closed the rest of today and they're going to be closed all day tomorrow on Friday this is the west cut bill middle school now this is due to a high number of students being absent with flu related illness according to the powers that be there and the school the school is going to be a stiffly cleaned today and tomorrow and they hope to re open on Monday but we'll have all the details for you on on that particular story Hey I live wrench firefighter is because the hospital tell ahead to General Hospital to go on lockdown yesterday this was according to news reports due to an argument with his estranged wife of magically say a firefighter their name Philip reed supposedly and allegedly confronted his estranged wife with a gun in Tallahassee General Hospital the hospital door he said they didn't they have practiced for this they went on a lock down and negotiations with Mister reed or firefighter read well that was all resolved and he was subsequently arrested there were no injuries at tell had to General Hospital the subject interested and the legal system of course will take its course Germantown police say they've been searching for a man reportedly prowling through the Holly hill area of Germantown notably on Holly drugs several of the neighbors called Germantown police it's supposed to be a black man with the gun that's pretty much all they have and in that case is under investigation as well so thank you for joining us this morning six fifty one fifty one minutes to the top of the hour is Thursday January thirtieth and also not to be returned at this morning congradulations to a university of Memphis Tigers they broke in two game losing streak and they defeated UCF yesterday from from what I hear was amazing game at the work didn't get a chance to see it but I DVR it and I will watch it and don't forget next week we'll have the penny Hardaway show coming up on seven o'clock on Monday here it's six hundred W. R. we see with the coach and you give your first information Jeff is with them other folks are with them right here so stay with us ladies and gentleman this is six hundred W. R. we say.
"r. c." Discussed on WSB-AM
"Radio kicks you know what that means don't you and R. C. A. seventy seven D. X. what what could be possibly better it means I've reached nirvana Hey William listening WSB in Atlanta Georgia welcome to strolling on Sunday fifty speaking with you I was calling in regards to the food preparation incident with the video and the check on the floor and it's just absolutely surprising to me just how you all have to be concerned about food preparation or cultural keeps on coming back I used to know someone that worked in management in New York what was talking about the things that you should go home especially working with restaurants and even whether the whole country this is well it will William this is a really good call right now you sound great and our new ferret out and then you sound great in order to further up I need to be able to hear you William I appreciate what you're saying all sorry I'm gonna see if I can make it better better this is perfect okay interest the pricing how food preparation is a big concern across the concerned because I used to have a friend even that was in tents management in New York where you're talking about when you're going to work with restaurants where when you come in at night there be rodents all over the counters and then the sanctions up like that and then you'd be leaving just minutes before the store opened the restaurant opened and two people be going in there just be a matter of minutes between the two kind of thing so just absolutely horrendous as far as you know the quality food preparation the care that people take in regards to essentially are separating those issues are as actors well so the message here my friend is only going to the store after it's been open like a half an hour then everything's OK yeah but all right Hey William do you want to guess the mystery voice for a chance to win a prize announcement yeah well she came into New York our last weekend yeah and she went to it a yoga place called moto yoga which is not my yoga place all right William and W. S. B. in Atlanta who do you think that is what happened to be Serra Neufeld sorry Nico well it's not but I appreciate the call I appreciate you would you like to guess the play the hi low game he hung up right what we're gonna give you options you can just the mystery voice or play the hi low game or if you're really skilled will let you play hit the vocal play hit song see if you can hit the ball call I'm Walter I'm strolling what does that mean it means that it's Sunday night I am not on during the week I don't know why perhaps you know why am I not on during the week is it because I don't scream with the Democrats is that one I can scream at the Democrats pretty damn good what are they afraid who the free of all right we're gonna have fun we had got the usual addition drive thru brew we have another Florida stories plus these amazing stories we're covering which is includes the new Burger King is that means the news the new Burger King are they going to give prince Harry a job at Burger King because he's already almost two came and then it turns out a shocking number of Americans worry about being judged for their active wear when exercising and a Kansas man asks the judge to let him engage in a sword fight with his ex wife I'm Walter strolling this is strolling on Sunday today I feel lighter than I felt yesterday that's because the big pain that I have no.
"r. c." Discussed on KTRH
"Well mark let's talk about Texas for a couple minutes here the great state of Texas first of all our R. C. continues to be recognized by investors and producers worldwide as being a great place to own part of an oil well so what that is been neat to see our even out there you know Frank with countries as being a great place to be in oil and gas you are a fan of East Texas versus the Permian basin especially for a first time investor for somebody that is looking for their first project to be part of the reason you like East Texas market is value you just get more bang for the Buck don't you yep for my view point East Texas well it I like East Texas the golf because in some parts of South Texas but really East Texas on the Gulf coast because you don't have the high entry fee okay so you just think of it as a fine restaurant you know if you decide to go downtown and you have two choices you have to Michelin two star restaurants now one of the restaurants you have to pay an initial annual fee of a thousand dollars just to walk in the door and then order steak or some fish or whatever and now the restaurant has exact same menu but you just all you have to do is make a reservation you don't have to pay the thousand dollar fee will which restaurant would you go to Pete I I go to the one where they don't have the feed in lesser some reason yeah the Diffie restaurant either from the people I can hang around with gets me more business or if there's some you know some some feature of that other restaurant that makes superior but there is a there is a feature in the Permian basin there's a lot of oil in the ground there's a lot older but there's a lot of oil in the ground and inspection the reason people will pay the high prices in the fees is it's gotten so much press so a guy let's say a money manager in London or New York and he says you know what I want to get a part of our company a division and all and gas where should I go they start googling Olin gas place and also becomes of Permian basin Permian basin basin Permian basin so they're like maybe we should go to the Permian basin and so they're like oh well the fees had to go get in now if you don't know then you know do you say well wait a minute if that's the place to be I should pay the high fees you know that there's a bunch of geologists out there going can you believe it does hedge fund manager out of London is putting this amount of money to come in and and really as well so this so part of it is just hype yes there's a lot of oil in the Permian basin and there's a lot of things to go forward as a wolf camp ABC all these different sounds that have potential but we're finding out is if in a certain area there's twelve source rocks maybe tumor good and to find out you got to spend the show seven eight million dollar well to find out if a source mark is any good so you would look as a first time investor in East Texas yeah absolutely are you get the value and you also have a high percentage of a chance of of of getting oil of struggling as it is for me a basin you have a high percentage chance of making a well getting your tax break and making a well without the high entry fees for more information give us a call this afternoon it's smart oil and gas we have to open lines right now at eight three three six four five forty five hundred give us a call we could talk more about these opportunities to mark touched on in East Texas and the Gulf coast we can also send you the twenty nineteen oil and gas investor guide and that the highlight of the program for us is special over the last several weeks as so we get to the end of the year is to project for you how much less you can pay for your twenty nineteen taxes when you get into an oil and gas program between now and the end of the year and yes end of the year is quickly approaching but the headline here is it it's still possible to get a big tax break against you twenty nineteen income if you move right now so let's talk five minutes is all we need to give you some very good tax news ever anybody that made a lot of money in twenty nineteen this is a really important discussion really important conversation here's a phone number eight three three six four five forty five hundred we've got till two o'clock that's with Jim Dutton and the tech zone proven team hits the year so let's talk right now eight three three six four five forty five hundred.
"r. c." Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"You just you know this is what I told I'm afraid to stop writing down when he knows the initials he starts to write stuff down and then he's waiting for it to come up which is right throws him off I'm gonna give you a heads up Chris rock I'm not an answer today I don't give them that here we go clue number one founded in eighteen seventy four and today's estimated population is sixty four thousand eight hundred and twenty seven it's got to be this if you don't if you might as well quit right in the game Castle Rock but the thing is what what what was it what yes rock what was the call we had in here because he it is not the same founded in eighteen seventy four today it's estimated population is sixty four thousand eight hundred and twenty seven by the way the last clue when I lived there we can get that far all right again the initials R. C. R. C. R. what's the current score by the way we have a tie between me and now with three and Greg cast to it of course a rod still so I'm sorry course watch yourself or thing turned on you might not not are we ready are we ready already we read it I was bored you guys don't want we don't call we can dress for so this is my favorite thing ever because Alfred does get fired up clue number one by a player's served commonly in northern Europe number two it has its own holiday October the fourth in Sweden and Finland number three it's intoxicating smell even has its own candle number four its main ingredients are flour sugar butter and yes which is in its name number five it even has its own bakery chain that's served in most malls in America number six served warm me is the best with a little icing on several what was its rounded edges world or something come on man how was it to get so how did you not know was an ingredient when I say flour sugar butter.
"r. c." Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"These first our R. C. B.. there. three point one gave became a national C. B. day here's Larry in Sacramento joining us alone. yes Sir. far cry okay good to have you with us I was almost seventy struck driver of the Hakkari yeah my wife was apple pie and we had big base station up on the hill down and in the bay area or what could keep the base station rows in my eighteen Wheeler anywhere in the bay area. course you away I could talk back you have to turn off my tutor fifty what when you're ready to talk back to her. right. yeah yes good buddy thing. if you use a truck driver you didn't know you didn't want no good buddy because you know a good but he was a gay guy we're into a truck driver so he was that right. yeah you don't want to call a truck driver good buddy he took that as an offense wow I never realize that yeah yeah out civilian guys you know people that work truck drivers is good burying yeah I was fine but not a truck driver. other truck drivers call in back to the seventies and we're in the C. B. thing back then jump put under truck driver voice their gear CB voice. tell us all about good buddies. man I I never realize that. I mean a lot a lot of different jargon that.