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"steve big" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:02 min | 3 weeks ago

"steve big" Discussed on KCBS All News

"That's 9 to 5490 2009 to 5490 2000. I'm checking with Steve. Big Carrot to Bay Area. Chevy dealers. Sports desk. Good morning, sir. Good morning to you Stand a wild finish in the NBA last night in the nation's capital. Is Washington Be Brooklyn? 1 49 1 46, outscoring the Nets ate nothing in the final eight seconds. How does that happen? Bradley Beal hits the three With eight seconds to go to cut the deficit to two and then after a steel Russell Westbrook it's another three with 4.5 seconds left to put the Wizards up one and Bradley Beal adds two free throws with 7/10 of a second to go. Westbrook finished with 41. Feel 37 for the Nets. Durant 37 Joe Harris had 30 hits eight of 13 from three Denver ended Utah's win streak in 11 games with 1 28 1 17 when Nikola Yokich equaled his career high with 47 added a dozen rebounds even hit four of four Beyond the arc Clippers beat the Knicks in New York 1 29 1 15 Clippers of 1 10 of 11 now have the best record of the league. It's 16 and five, Philadelphia leads the East and 15 and six Beat Indiana on the road, 1, 19 1/10, Dwight Howard and 11 points, 15 rebounds and two blocks off the bench. The Warriors host Boston tomorrow night and the sixth ranked Stanford women Want bigot Washington 74 48 now 15 and two overall 12 and two in the conference their next game at Maples Pavilion. That will be on Friday night against Utah. Their first game at Maples Sense of beating Cal Poly here back in late November at the Sports Desk. Steve Victor KCBS. The case. CBS Sports Desk is sponsored by the Bay Area. Chevy Dealers Visit Bay Area Chevrolet dealers dot com Men. Are you tired of having to prepare.

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"steve big" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:25 min | 2 months ago

"steve big" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Infer ghettos and Chad Gorgeous day today. My goodness. Could it be any prettier for Christmas? I mean, if we had this, whether maybe a little snow cover but still 73 degrees, right? You're right. I'm gonna get out of here. You got this covered, right? I'll take care of it. We'll have you on the field, but stuff I gotta to 30 tea time. Welcome to the welcome to the big Show Everybody. We've got the new Arizona covert numbers. They're not pretty 5859 new coronavirus cases today and Steve the second largest amount of deaths in Arizona since this covert things started 153 people died as a least reported today by the state of Arizona. Yeah, listen, that's not good. Certainly it no number is good, but For it to be the second deadliest day. Let's put some context behind that yesterday. On Monday, we had one reported death. I believe it was so Obviously there's a discrepancy there. Thies things backfill whether it's deaths cases. Hospital beds, things backfilled two when they actually happen, So I'm guessing that of the 153 deaths that we see for today and the one yesterday I'm guessing those to even out a little bit. It's a date of thing, but it it still doesn't look good. And we're over 5800 cases. It Z. This isn't going away anytime soon. And now about to have the Christmas holiday rush again, we're gonna get a bunch of people. Who were getting together for Christmas. I mean, we have the face, give insurers giving. Yeah, it's all gonna happen again. The big news, though, in Washington, D C is they finally passed another covert relief? A bill new law here, Steve Big one that's going to provide some money for people in the heat of this is, you know for a lot of folks. We were talking about this earlier. For a lot of people Cove. It hasn't been that difficult financially. A lot of people were able to work from home or able to keep their job. On make generally the same amount of money or boob alot better little words, whatever, but we were able to do it. But there are an awful lot of people millions of millions of people around the country who are in areas in fields where they weren't able to do well in restaurants, bars entertainment. Um you know movies. I mean, the whole bunch of areas that where people had good jobs and made made money in support of themselves that have just been wiped out. They've been just decimated over the last you know, now about 10 months. And what this bill is designed to do. Number one is is going to send $600 to everybody. Everybody, the country who accepted if you make over $125,000 something like that, so Most people are gonna get this check for $600 and also some other things in there. There's unemployment insurance that beefs up a little bit. Steve and we'll get to the details will have all that for you on the news and as a show progresses. But it's it's interesting. The folks who voted against this bill means Republicans and Democrats overwhelmingly approved this. It was negotiated by both parties. The president's people were involved in that three Arizona congresswoman voted against The relief bill. You probably know their names. 11 a little bit of a surprise here. Andy Biggs voted against it. Paul goes our vote against that. That's not surprising. In fact, they voted against all of these bills. Every the ones that happened back in March and April, the relief bills giving people unemployment insurance, giving them rent stabilization, giving them the $1200 stimulus. Check that one out, then. When everybody was out of work when it was a big thing. These our we have couple of our Arizona congressman. They voted against that. Then this time you had David striker to that list. He didn't vote against those. Yes, and I feel like in the past the reasons that we've gotten for them voting no against relief for all Americans, which in Arizona's, which we all can agree is needed. It's necessary. So why vote? No. In the past from guys like Biggs and ghosts are we've heard you know different scenarios different reasons. But David Schweikert this morning explaining why he voted no. This typically would have been about seven different boats over about a 10 Day period. And instead to wait to the last moment the last night the single largest spending bill in U. S History, the largest bill by number of pages in U. S history, and then they drop it on you behave. You have a couple hours. Vote. Just just trust us Go vote yet. So, Schweickart saying, We just didn't have time to read the whole thing. It's 5000 pages and I had an hour or two to read it. Obviously, that's not gonna have I can only read like 20 pages in a night. I'm a slow reader. There's no way I could be in Congress. So they dropped his 5000 page bill on you. We have an answer for me somewhere in 2064 should be ready by then. All right, but I get this I understand the struggle. This is how Congress works, and I don't like it that they drop huge packages on them and say All right, let's vote here. Here's the thing. Of course, that's true, right? I mean, how could you possibly expect people to vote on these things without reading them, and then we find out there's stuff in there. It's given $10 million through Pakistani some sort of Pakistani help for people who are having gender issues because all that I mean that sincerely their witness weird stuff in this bill. It's packed with a bunch of odd things, but When that excuse comes out, and I get it and I agree with it, and you hear from both sides when it happens, But I'm telling you right now, all three of these guys they had no problem voting for the Trump tax cut bill that went into effect three years ago, and I just went back and looked at it to make sure I was right. Huge bill Ton of pages. President Trump will tell you the biggest tax cut in American history, and I think that's true, but it's It's a huge thing. And they're all the news at the time was they drop it on. They were literally writing in cursive changes on the bill just before the vote. While there is nobody that nobody was seeing, I mean, so this is this is happening as it's going on. Nobody had time to read it. It was dropped on them a couple of hours before him. And guess who voted for it. Biggs voted for it goes our vote Afford. Schweickart voted for its, isn't it? It's an excuse, and it's a silly excuse, and that's the part. That kind of gets me well. The other side of it, though, I would say is I get I get that you can't read 5000 pages an hour. I don't know. I guess the other part. They usually say they don't vote for these things because it's money we don't have that's usually the excuse we hear from Republicans right is that this is going to bankrupt our grandchildren, and maybe it will. I don't know, but that's the excuse we typically get. You're gonna start here at an awful lot of get in the future, and I call that it's the luxury of print of being a principal hypocrite. I'm stealing that from somebody else. But that's what that's what Andy Biggs is. Andy Biggs has voted against. He's voted Yes. Every single covert relief fund that's been offered up, including the P P P loan. So when they were doing giving money to small businesses to keep people employed at the beginning of this, Steve, you know what I'm talking about so that companies could keep their doors open so they can continue to pay their employees. Small business When everything was was shut down. We're busy. Every business was shut down. You couldn't go.

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"steve big" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:45 min | 4 months ago

"steve big" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"That is rising again. Ashes. So they actually had put the name Phoenix settlement on that original location. I told you out about three event care, and that was actually all the Phoenix settlement. It was a post office Jack schooling with first postmaster and so forth. So in the original town site was finally officially designated. They just took that original Phoenix name and laid it on that. So, Steve Big in real estate my whole life. The early settlers coming and they lay their claim. And then these three committee men say, Well, you know, here's enough available property to stake out of downtown for you gets first title to the first lot. That's another really good question. I don't know it was. It was drawn from a hat or whatever, from house, the guy that bought the very first lot, which, if you know anything about downtown, the direction it was on this, let's say the Southwest corner. Er of First Street in Washington. That was the first lot that was sold and sold for about $103 and the guy who bought it was a judge from Prescott. His name was judged very. And as it turned out, he had some political connections with President Grant and so forth to get all the approvals before so It turned out to be a pretty for two of this event. Have this judge very from Prescott by the first live and pave the way for the others to be told that now, y'all just last Monday seller had a little formal celebration for the 150th anniversary. What did you all have going on to celebrate that? Yeah. Yeah, Thank you. Yeah, It was just amazing against some of these things of, um, that I've come up with. These ideas are I think I find it in my research. When I see him come to fruition and just is amazing. So it was a body year ago, I went and spoke to the Phoenix City Council on the mayor and I said in about a year we've got a pretty special anniversary. And so interested generated. There's a group that were put together to work on a celebration and actually happened. Asked Monday And unfortunately with the virus could only have about 50 people. But the mayor was there. City Council members poke. I gave a few words about my interests and how this came about from a historian perspective. They had a big banner. Talking about 150th anniversary and it was just It was just an incredible event. You know, it took about 30 minutes and but I just shake my head a couple of times thinking Oh, my gosh, I've finally got the attention of the decision makers in pounds really celebrated a big piece of our history. Well, you know, Phoenix has raised itself in prominence from that humble beginning. Ah, atop the Holcomb ruins to be one of the largest cities in the country Now, I mean, I I got here in 66. It was a nice It was a nice town back then. You know, I call it a big city now. But Phoenix Phoenix in Arizona has been good to us. People apparently still love it were one of the fastest growing cities in the entire country. And thanks to you, Steve's Schumacher, Phoenix historian educator. For bringing us full circle to let us try and look back on where this rising bird has come from. Oh, guys. Thank you so much. Rosie, I This is this is just a personal passion for me. I, uh my main purpose in doing this is really Teo plant seeds in the minds of our citizens and especially our young people that when they get older and they become adults become decision makers in the Valley will they will for sure Value art history and act accordingly. And it seems to me in my personal experience of life. Those that appreciate history have a better attitude of gratitude for where we currently are, and are currently going so for your efforts in continuing that I want to thank you, Steve Schumacher a million for joining us here, Rosie on the House. Thank you so much. Rose. I appreciate the opportunity. The owners of statewide lighting, Alan and actually Children. How old a statewide lighting company has been open.

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"steve big" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:57 min | 4 months ago

"steve big" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Kim Ford's presents. Raises with Steve Big. Raising and becoming interviews this. Stupid. We're back our three Edward. Fifteen minutes our three. So we've got forty five minutes to spend with you and that will include a visit with Michael McCarthy in just a few minutes before we wrap up but Richly Ori who I tried to grab yesterday and Who's WHO's getting? WHO's that that that the Steve Anderson was at the dentist rich rich had something else that was tying him up but it the perfect that we get the slip him in with no anti Eddie and AK shinning which means I think he's I think he's I think pop up here this week and That means You know a little bit of A. Little bit of A. Shuffling of the. The Fox. America's Day at the races deck and I see some see some Ladoga. There was a lot duca spotting over the weekend. Richmond Good Morning. Good. Morning you caught me that perfect time I. Just just mucking my last star heading up to the house to get some lunch. So it's like absolutely couldn't have been better timing antibiotics vacation. Really. The Andy you know when when you are working seven days a week and you're handicapping, you know you're handicapping every card seven minutes after they're drawn. Then watching every replay yes, you got. You have no idea. I just I like the idea of him in vacation because of the amount of work he just never stopped. Exactly and Probably, a good juncture I. You know we're we've got a little bit of a not. Not, a lull but we've got what we got the state bread card coming right is that is that this weekend or is it next weekend? got. A hold on I'll tell you right away. That's all right. Here it is. I think it's this week it is. It's. It's yeah. It's the twenty fourth and empire classic the distaff, Hudson, the Iroquois, the maid of the mist, the Milwaukee Sleepy Hollow Ticonderoga how many of those? What's the overrun? Dir on how many of those in your career you want? Gosh I don't I. Don't know when the classic sleepy hollow the Ticonderoga at least once. The Hudson Guy.

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Highlights: Man City 4-0 Liverpool

ESPN FC

04:50 min | 8 months ago

Highlights: Man City 4-0 Liverpool

"City's four nil demolition of Livable Craig. Burley Steve Nicol and DOT WITH ME Steve Big deal. Know. Alyssa not disappoint, and it's as deflate and. But it's no big deal and really should we be surprised? You know Liverpool war on heightened. Anyway, and we're playing against a great team. And they just outplayed, but you know what. After the next game when they weren't well before Gotten Craig I saw you on twitter, talking about how this is taking the shine of slightly the title. Yeah Yeah was trying. Trying to encourage those edits that will suggest that not go away. Hide under a rock. Liverpool for fifteen twenty minutes. Were the Liverpool. That will come to admire, but then I just thank God. For you know war subconsciously. Doesn't really Martin and the. It doesn't for them and and some sense from a professional standpoint, the steam engine you don't. You don't ever want to have that happen as a player. In the League wrapped up nearly as you have then subconsciously unless. Pledge Not can say they've been celebrating. And some wager in this lockdown social destin's and still managed to enjoy this, and so the preparation has been affected is on top of that. You know we know set here agreed site. We know we'll set. These problems are done set. These problems have been the catastrophic mistakes have made defensively. They can open up any team. You're never meant that neither team that for seven days as we celebrate within the League you agree in. Yeah absolutely I there was a god Ivana formed by the Manchester City plans level, and quite rightly, too, but that was all. They began to give them tonight. I think they wanted to just make a point to live appropriate is little point and admire reflection. Watching that was it felt unreal. It felt like a friendly. It didn't have the intensity really of Manchester. Manchester Society Liverpool game as we understand it, it'd be end. It didn't really matter being Liverpool picture full strength team They wouldn't have wanted anything like that to happen, but it did and all. I can say really. Is that Liverpool? Party might have been a heck of a lot better than we all saw. Because the defendant in particular had double vision. Steve. What's that income? which is clarify that you're not broadcasting this show from inside the show or Cuba? benching cuts from living. Off. Of criticism of the date goal. If Mrs Dark appears from behind those curtains. I promise you. Stephen. Stevie. Stevie USB the situation before where you want. And having to go through the motions he must be. Yeah the one that comes to was way by two three Liverpool dropped the title up. We're like four games to go. And of course I'm I've just joined the team and I'm trying to get and so I'm I'm all on edge I'm I'm I'm coaching trated and that same team that completely dominated dot year. Finished the season with with like. Three defeats a two defeats, two draws, and then score any goals and. Just was was a shell of what had been previously, and these were these were experienced center national players who had been through the ringer renew. It was all about. And it didn't. Didn't really have that much. There was no wedge. There was no edge with the coaching staff and so. Particularly me I shouldn't have been surprised. It Didn't really matter in the end, but I'm intrigued to get your thoughts on the penalty Steve Did. You think it was the right decision. Listen I can see why the referee gave it because. Y-. Gomez on was across the front, and how to hold of of of Sterling, no question. The problem I have is that and the same tussle they were having sterling had half of Gomez Short, and he's left hand holding them all. So that's the only thing that annoys me I can see why it was given. A little dive, either by the way I don't see how you can die when somebody's holding onto your belly button. But I can see why it was governed. And as you said previously, the truth is the titles wrapped up. So why get bent over of boater? Didn't

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"steve big" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"steve big" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Was Steve's big chance to do a deal on his arm here's how he described it years later on CNBC one of the most part aspects of my career was buying in the mac during the financial crisis we bought it from the government in a highly competitive six month auction and we saved a lot of this was a great deal from an ancient his group paid the government nothing in exchange they got the bank headquarters in Pasadena thirty three bank branches across southern California and six billion dollars worth of deposits all of the B. Max loans including billions of dollars worth of reverse mortgages among them the one sandy's parents took out even all these years later Sheila Bair tells me that was the best deal the government could get but you basically sold it for zero dollars right people like this is you know you sold it for nothing we sold it in return for wasn't a monitor wasn't check their Otis but they were they were standing behind the resume in all of those liabilities that otherwise we were going to have to guarantee yourself she says in the Max loans were so bad the government would have lost a fortune if it had to pay off all that Baghdad itself so even for zero dollars she says Steve minu chin was doing us all a big favor and she notes that while the nutrition and this group didn't pay the government anything they did agree to invest more than a billion dollars in the bank but here's the thing when Steve minu chin for closed on a family like sandy's lost money the government promised to pay almost all the difference but actually what the agreement says is that if they lose money then you'll subsidize that too right with our losses would have been even higher if we had not offer the lost share because they've they've already been taken I showed her a copy of the deal it's thirty eight pages long but in this case the government is going to pick up the loss and not only the loss alone but also you know it says here the accrued interest attorneys fees for closure costs property protection.

"steve big" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"steve big" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Sirius X._M.. Ports presents with Steve Big handicapping interviews this is we'll stupid very good. Wednesday race fans serious to nineteen exam to a one sport so nine sixty four to listening to Sirius X._M.. Online and our website as well and absolutely Glorious Day here upstate New York. I'm sure it's the same way out at del Mar.. I'm guessing you don't have to be you. Don't have to be an accomplished meteorologist for the most part out there once in a while. There's as an apparition. Hopefully we've had our our weather aberration and it's behind US although for those that are planning and I'm working on it myself couple of races did come off the turf today at Saratoga in the wake of a literal wake twenty four hours a rain Monday into Tuesday so they're gonNA take the third the New York bred two year old filly maiden race. That's GonNa come off and that's the mile and a sixteenth that had some interesting pedigrees on display and the sixth.

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"steve big" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"steve big" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Sirius X._M.. Ports presents with Steve Big raising and becoming interviews this stupid breeding dome biggest stories in the world of apperances with on Siriusxm very good Monday race Vance. Were I think experiencing a little little audio question as I'm not sure that the studios getting me Joe let me know if you can and we'll <hes> we'll see about yeah yeah. You're all right. I'm not getting much trevor return so we'll have to work on that so that <hes> when we bring on guests you can. I'll be able to hear him because I'm not. I'm not getting anything back. I very rarely can I heard just a little bit of the intro so all right here we go now good morning and we'll see about where we stand it a little bit and meanwhile let me talk a little bit about the difficult weekend specifically Saturday obviously and the Haskell I guess postponement delay you you saw it unfold and you could almost see it happening right from the get-go the the heat I uh it was it was tough. There's no doubt and when you listen to demonstration on Friday you sense what they were going to confront and they did it as as I guess they played the hand that was doubt and that included the governor.

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"steve big" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"steve big" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Steve big. Enderle capping interviews. This is Steve. From ocala. The two year old creating sale the first training sale sale of the year. Good morning. Everybody from the now brightly lit pavilion, just outside the new pavilion happy to to be with you as the sales season kicks off the two year olds that'll be tomorrow's stars. They will start going through the ring in about ninety minutes, and the nice steady buzz of activity around the Barnes, the sporting some final at least for the for the ones that are going to go through the ring today, you got a little less than three hundred hips both days and then after the outs probably two hundred twenty orces or so that'll that'll sell today and hips one through to eighty eight. Been watching and spent nice set a nice portion of yesterday. And then this morning ready with my friend, Aaron Goethe and Aaron's got a Justin Philip Cole. That is absolutely going to be a day. One standout just based on traffic, and based on scoping and all kinds of prodding prodding invoking as it were. In fact, we had a nice and interesting discussion about that aspect last night, the hammer who's got ahead to the airport this morning, having back to California and flying out of Tampa got to be there newness so hammer's on his way and said Fernando is is on his way as well. But is going to be. Yeah, he's looking in fact, I just heard from him. He had a little hiccup. So he did not make the trip last night. So. It'll only be here later this afternoon. So we will miss it. Unfortunately, which is bad but last night had a conversation with hammer and Aaron came the dinner as well as Tom Vittore Tom's gonna join us at the top of our two and one of the things that I never really thought about it until I watched it happened yesterday with Aaron. And Pat hobbles hip eighty one Justin Phillip Colt that went nine four, and he's got a nice page Phipps family, and don't kind of nice nice blood involved, the as well as what he did in the breeze show. And and how he presents himself. But how about the the scoping, and, you know, the vets come with the with the machine with the with the narrow chord that is snaked down the nose and to look at the airway and. You know? Okay. Figure going to get that done a few times. How about yesterday? This this call was scoped nine times. And then this morning ready. I was over there. And he got scoped another three times, and it wasn't eight thirty and. You know, the horses we talked about this a little bit. With Kelly you bring yesterday and and with Becky Thomas the horses. They'll put up with a lot. They'll they'll. They are patient up to a certain point and its testing, and we talked about horses being taken out of the stall over and over and over and over again and being walked back and forth and. This happens to be a dark almost a black. Colt. And so when it's sunny today, it is not it is overcast and a little misty the sun broiling down. It's gonna be tough. So. I asked that they asked Tom for Torah is it why why can't there be a repository for video? Of the scoping of the check of the airway. And they said, I guess they tried that years ago. And it didn't it didn't take because everybody wants their own vet number one. They want their own vet. Who advises them they want their own vet to provide his view and there was concerned. And I guess this makes sense Tom said, you know. Obviously, the consigners, you know, would want the best possible. Video to go into the repository. So. Is there a way to have one perfect one perfect taping of of a scope, and is that necessarily Representative? So Moore's has got this thing. Snaked up his nose nine times yesterday. God bless him. And he then there's the heart monitoring, but he took it all in stride..

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"steve big" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"steve big" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

"And you talk about the president and the president saying he would be disappointed if there was a launch that might be putting it mildly, but this scuttle negotiations. Well, I'd rather not speculate on that either as you heard the president's confident in his personal relationship with Kim Jong. He's invested. A lot of time and trying to develop that relationship. He said he's open to third summit nine has been scheduled and some time they have to go by, but he's prepared to engage again because he does think that the prospects for North Korea, which he's been trying to persuade Kim Jon onto except if they denuclearized a really quite quite spectacular. Okay. Let's backtrack. A back at at the Singapore summit North Korean committed only to quote work towards complete do denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. How do you define that? How do they define that? Well, again, they have committed to denuclearization in a variety of forms. Several times in writing solemn international agreements that they have happily violated we define denuclearization as meaning the elimination of their nuclear weapons program their uranium enrichment capability their plutonium reprocessing capability from the beginning. We've also included chemical and biological weapons in the elimination of their weapons of mass destruction. This is important us. Because of our deployed forces in South Korea's important to South Korea and Japan. And of course, we want their ballistic missile program ended as well sign onto that that well they have signed onto elements of that in the nineteen Ninety-two joint north-south denuclearization agreement. And we've made it clear the president handed Kim Jong on a piece of paper, actually, two pieces of paper one in English one in Korean that laid it out. And that said all of what you just said and more can you tell us exactly what that said. And who wrote that well, I can't tell you in Korean. But it was. Let's settle for the I think I'd just did, you know, it's just that. That's exactly what was said in that piece of paper. I'm not going to tell you. It was word for word. And I don't have the piece of paper in front of me to check it. But that's in substance. What it said who authored that proposal? It was written at the staff level and cleared around as usual Steve big in the special envoy to North Korea said in a speech in January that he hoped the two sides could move simultaneously and in parallel through a roadmap of concrete deliverables that sounds like step by step. You do something. We do something is that how you see it. Look, the president is I mentioned before is determined to avoid the mistakes prior presidents have made and one of those mistakes is falling for the North Korean action for action ploy, and the reason that that doesn't work is that what North Korea needs and it needs. It very much right now is economic relief..

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"steve big" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"steve big" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"The. Acronym. Ports raises with Steve big. Angelique helping views this. Update there may maybe a little a little may, Dan glances. Well, good morning deck. I will not have an update on the vest. He's been red Heidi three wins in the last couple of days of racing. But I they send me, you know, they send me so many male. I'm sure they sent me an update and it's buried with all the other males or something. No try to effort that as we like to say. But yeah, he's been he's been writing very well the last couple of days and what I did was the last two days is eighteen races. I wrote down all the winning trainers and jockeys and gets spread out other than the Sousa having three no one else had more than one. So we had that one St. there was pertinent one seven eleven raisins kill Moreiras back. He had a one on Sunday. But nothing yesterday at Happy Valley. And then the train is Frankie law had three one. It's in the left to God's racing and L ho one free racism that was a little bit unusual because he's only seven percent winning traina. But he wound up getting red hot the last couple of days last couple of days raising. So he ran at the beginning of the meat at the beginning of the meat. He broke running because we. We kinda focus then on him early on. And you know, kind of typical Steve when you look at these one percentage of China these seven percent the seven percent makes sense and fourteen horse. Feels you know. And you should be wanting twelve percent exactly right around par. Happy Valley ones. Twelve twelve with raises shot ten on the turbulence fourteen they had eight yesterday, and they have. Couple of pretty good prices. When they signed. Yeah. Eight to one shot on the seventh writes high pride. You know, when they posted what's great about that when they posted number for win eight hundred.

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"steve big" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"steve big" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Him for for. Raises with Steve big. Whereas and becoming views. This is Steve. We're back at the races. And I I've laughing because I just got who I just looked at my phone at bounced a couple of times. And here's here's a bunch of traffic alerts from ways for New Orleans. About the closures the Zulu parade. The Rex the elks the crescent city parade. Pretty funny. The druids this is so great happy mardi gras Jeremy plot. Good morning. We'll send out an AP for our buddy burns of your Spencer down there. I'm sure he somewhere amongst of the. No doubt. And. I mentioned a few times and gave a couple of the highlights from this card on mardi gras today at at fairgrounds. It's really good and beyond the steak. There's the return of tenfold among other things. So they keep coming back last year's three year olds. But our focus countdown to the crown this year's three year olds. Oh, we got a lot more focus after last weekend. You know, the fountain of youth stakes was really a key rate on the east coast..

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Sue Mi Terry talks with Michael Morell on "Intelligence Matters"

Intelligence Matters

06:17 min | 2 years ago

Sue Mi Terry talks with Michael Morell on "Intelligence Matters"

"What would you advise right, given given the risks that you see in terms of where this is heading? What would you advise the president to do? What approach would you advise him to take in Vietnam? The unfortunately, I think you know, I I wish that President Trump didn't meet with Kim Jong Jon in Singapore. So it's too late to walk that back. I'm not against top level engagement because we tried everything else. But I felt that President Trump met with conjunction too early that maximum pressure. I I didn't like the final fury, but maximum pressure ascensions war working. Well, I was just talking about how China was actually implementing sanctions we should have let that corn for just at least some period of time because it was just working in von took three years three or four three yourself. Sanctions of real sanctions being implemented before von came back to came to the negotiating table. But here we are and. Haven't yet another second summit? And and I hope that we don't just to easily take the sanctions all because I do think we need to continue the pressure on the Kim regime. Obviously, this is what Kim wants very desperately is sanctions relief sentence relaxation. So, you know, I'm not happy with just a, you know, North Korea agreeing to let's say dismantles of aging site, we need to get some our north crash to give us a couple of things concrete things like declaration of their inventory. There will be a start get them to agree on a roadmap and a time line for actual step. So I I'm not naive to think North Korea will give up all of it. But if they can Elise we can maintain them fiction, and they keep some nuclear missile program. But at least they are saying that they're going to give it up. So they don't really necessarily get to use it or test, right? So I just hope that he listened, and I think secretary pump pill and begin. And all those initial fficials are Steve big in the North Korea State department on I think they they know this. And so I hope the President Trump actually listens to his advisors and not you know, agree with Kim or put things on the table like aligns equities were Peachtree or US troops without. Without North Korea really taking these concrete steps in congress by what I think concrete steps are those things like declaration and agreed time line. And so on not just, you know, saying we're going to, you know, disable in aging site shoe. So so let me try this approach out on you and get your reaction to it. So the president says to Kim in Vietnam, let me tell you again, what North Korea could look like if you denuclearize. You can look like China, you can look like the you can have great economic success. But if we don't start moving in that direction, if we don't start negotiations, and here's what that means declaration regular meetings a roadmap to get to denuclearization timetable. If we don't get that. I'm not gonna meet with you anymore. What about that kind of pro as opposed to the one you fear? Well, that's it will be a very sound advice. I think I think that they'll be great. I'm this is my point about prematurely meeting with Kim or just allowing him to sit down with President Trump. This is a big deal for North Korean leader to get to meet with US, president north always wanted that President Trump was the first and only person only US president that allow that you know, I think that might wish try that. But I doubt that President Trump will do that. I think President Trump is the one who want this is he wanted to me was came. He wanted me with Kim. Now second time in clearly when he met with President Trump met with Kim in Singapore. They were not ready because they got nothing out of North Korea. I mean, I absolutely think there'll be wonderful idea it, President Trump actually sat down with Kim. And said those words SU SU warm more question you've been terrific with your time with us. Do you think that Kim Jong UN's regime can survive? An opening to the world. Right. If we have a peace deal peace treaty there sanctions relief. There's more more economic interaction, particularly South Korea and China, do you think the regime conservative that is that something that Kim re's about has to think about? I think Kim worries about that a lot. That's why generally question when north where you can North Korea truly pursuing economic reform the way you just described not just tinkering with it. Because what about the human rights front because with economic reform and opening you have to open up the country to information. We forget the North Korean citizens don't have access to internet. They don't have passports. They can leave their country. They have to get a permit to go from city to city. There's pr- political prison camps that has hundred thousand two hundred twenty thousand people in them is he going to just completely change the entire country the system and North Korea is different stole from China and Vietnam this is a heritage -tory dynasty is Confucian communist hereditary dynasties no country like North Korea in the world. We'll Kim risk dynastic succession his own regime power. I'm not sure if this kind of person, I really question is this kind of transformative leader, I don't see any indication of that. So that is what for me, I questioned what North Korea can genuinely a reform and open up and transform yourself as a normal country.

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"steve big" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"steve big" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"The is. XM forts. Raises with Steve big. Raising and becoming interviews. This is Steve. Well to paraphrase the old Tom Durkin commercial for Saratoga. It's the. Moment you wait for all year. Shaadi dis kick off the year. It was delayed by two weeks. But here it is. Finally, it is a pleasure that we can get Johnny Dida. Start is twenty nineteen commentary this morning, Johnny happy new year. Thank you. It's been a rough twenty nineteen shar, but we're gonna we're gonna improve it each day forward. Just just the what everyone know little bit will grow. I was 'cause gotten too much from people. I had some hard issues. My heart was racing. And I told her about that so cabin racing my whole life my heart's racing, but apparently was going to little faster than they'd like to see it. And so I am the way couple of procedures one of which I think is worth discussing because it's so marketable they go in to your groin. They follow a guess. It's your artery. That foul your artery up your heart with microscopic fibers in get up there in your heart. And I don't know. I don't know if this process is done and other cities, but here in Philadelphia. While they're in there, fixing your heart Bill. Also, Pat, tune eagles logo on your art..

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"steve big" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"steve big" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"The him fourth. Razors with Steve big. Whereas becoming interviews. This is. Steve. Our to this Thursday, son, bursting through here, upstate New York. Welcome a welcome sign and bursting through on the other end of the phone will be Tony black good morning. The little chilly out there today that you were you back in time to work this morning, or when did you leave Harrisburg, you know, what I get back in time. And I have played hooky from detractors mine and probably got out there. But when I when I went to go get out there. I says, you know, what it's a little chilly a little different mindset than what it was over the year. I don't have to go out in the cold like us feel but I feel for the Jackson get out there. 'cause you know, the horse's like it a lot better jobs like this beautiful weather for is only they loved playing out in this type of weather. They are good the winter coats on and they're ready to do anything. You want to do and more. One like this. So I play hooky like I said on the racetrack this morning. Well, give us an update and talk about the experience the had this year, and you went to represent the racetrack side of things at the agricultural gathering. And I know that I it means a lot a lot to you to be asked. When it when you first started doing it and interacting with a public that in some cases might not be familiar with the, you know, the racing industry in the breeding industry and talk about the experience this year. Well, what are the highlights of the experience is the kids they come in busloads from auto schools, and you know, there's one question you can ask all the kids. Of course is do any of you. Right. And there are so many young people out there that ride horses, you know, shores, and this is and they really enjoy it. But the other question, you get ask them, and you get a pie response to you d a lot forces. Do you like courses aren't horses beautiful and the kids they really do like like to talk about the horses. Whether they have personal experience with them or not was a grid on not. Whereas these are mazing animals, and they're such I- catchers when you talk about horses and racing to these kids and the beautiful athletes. They are and you start to explain how they train every day, and what they do on a daily basis as as was the kids love it when it comes to public in general, you know, nobody walks past the exhibit without having Hugh moments to stop and because you have horses of one a big backward there, and it's you know, it's an eye catcher. They they they don't always know a lot about who is racing. And and it's our bread foot. They're so willing to listen and learn something about him. You know, you can talk to the people and and start to explain a little bit about what what a horse does as a race. Course. And they can't believe it. You know, they don't under-. They don't even realize these straightening, the Jack family that human athlete would chain train. I brought some pictures with me. And you know, what are the I catch is that really people really couldn't believe how competitive versus aren't how much they love to run. I showed him a picture, and you remember derby day when Jeremy Rosen Harvard or has coming down the stretch and the outside sources never gonna get past the inside or enough few strives before the wire the outside worse Jeremy roses on reached over as to bite at the voice that he couldn't get past. And they think that really happens. I says well, and all that I read only in a few times, but it just show you how competitive they are. And I said, I kind of labeled the picture as if I can't be jump gonna bite you. That's how that's how competitive these animals are. And I've got such. A good picture of it. It was blown up. I mean, it's a beautiful picture. But it shows you how competitive they are. And then I start to explain a little bit of good that kids and to anybody who's listening about how you read what these horses are thinking, and what they're going to do, you.

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"steve big" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"steve big" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"The him fourth. Razors with Steve big. Whereas becoming interviews. This is. Steve. Our to this Thursday, son, bursting through here, upstate New York. Welcome a welcome sign and bursting through on the other end of the phone will be Tony black good morning. The little chilly out there today that you were you back in time to work this morning, or when did you leave Harrisburg, you know, what I get back in time. And I have played hooky from detractors mine and probably got out there. But when I when I went to go get out there. I says, you know, what it's a little chilly a little different mindset than what it was over the year. I don't have to go out in the cold like us feel but I feel for the Jackson get out there. 'cause you know, the horse's like it a lot better jobs like this beautiful weather for is only they loved playing out in this type of weather. They are good the winter coats on and they're ready to do anything. You want to do and more. One like this. So I play hooky like I said on the racetrack this morning. Well, give us an update and talk about the experience the had this year, and you went to represent the racetrack side of things at the agricultural gathering. And I know that I it means a lot a lot to you to be asked. When it when you first started doing it and interacting with a public that in some cases might not be familiar with the, you know, the racing industry in the breeding industry and talk about the experience this year. Well, what are the highlights of the experience is the kids they come in busloads from auto schools, and you know, there's one question you can ask all the kids. Of course is do any of you. Right. And there are so many young people out there that ride horses, you know, shores, and this is and they really enjoy it. But the other question, you get ask them, and you get a pie response to you d a lot forces. Do you like courses aren't horses beautiful and the kids they really do like like to talk about the horses. Whether they have personal experience with them or not was a grid on not. Whereas these are mazing animals, and they're such I- catchers when you talk about horses and racing to these kids and the beautiful athletes. They are and you start to explain how they train every day, and what they do on a daily basis as as was the kids love it when it comes to public in general, you know, nobody walks past the exhibit without having Hugh moments to stop and because you have horses of one a big backward there, and it's you know, it's an eye catcher. They they they don't always know a lot about who is racing. And and it's our bread foot. They're so willing to listen and learn something about him. You know, you can talk to the people and and start to explain a little bit about what what a horse does as a race. Course. And they can't believe it. You know, they don't under-. They don't even realize these straightening, the Jack family that human athlete would chain train. I brought some pictures with me. And you know, what are the I catch is that really people really couldn't believe how competitive versus aren't how much they love to run. I showed him a picture, and you remember derby day when Jeremy Rosen Harvard or has coming down the stretch and the outside sources never gonna get past the inside or enough few strives before the wire the outside worse Jeremy roses on reached over as to bite at the voice that he couldn't get past. And they think that really happens. I says well, and all that I read only in a few times, but it just show you how competitive they are. And I said, I kind of labeled the picture as if I can't be jump gonna bite you. That's how that's how competitive these animals are. And I've got such. A good picture of it. It was blown up. I mean, it's a beautiful picture. But it shows you how competitive they are. And then I start to explain a little bit of good that kids and to anybody who's listening about how you read what these horses are thinking, and what they're going to do, you.

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"steve big" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

07:12 min | 2 years ago

"steve big" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Point five? Hi, Steve big time fan, first time caller, thanks pal. Appreciated? Welcome. Well, what I do to cut cable. I've cut it for about two years. Now, I use the like the one of the last caller said the it's called the stream, and I basically use my sister's expanded and she pays about three hundred dollars a month. Just like you. She has every premium channel. And every channel imagine. And I use that on my ipad. My computer, everything ain't if I wanted on my TV I plug my computer into the TV and get all my channels, and I get internet through wifi hotspots to basically everywhere at this point. I think there's over two million. So basically anywhere, you are you just use that same log in and you get internet and along with that you get the cable, so wait a minute. I've got I've got expanded. Right. She is saying that if I take my ipad and got to do is go to win xfinity hotspot and log in with what my name and password. Yep. That's basically it. I mean, they're everywhere. I don't even have extended myself, but they're hot spots. All around me. Basically what they do is on your Finnity router. They have you're hot. You're hot wifi network and then on a separate tab. They have their xfinity wifi hotspot network. Like if you look at your network at home, you'll probably see expanded your wife is well, and you can just jump on there. And that's basically free internet if you're an xfinity customer, I didn't even know freedom actually paying the monthly rate. So I mean, I'm just entitled to that everywhere. I go right about that. And then the one thing you said about getting on your smart TV. They actually have a lock on that. So that you can get on that device. It will just won't Louisville. Just don't come up with copyright issues. All right. Right. So I've got a survive. I have it on my phone, and like if I have the app on my my remote is on my phone. I was able to I was down the shore. And I wanted to record a giant game. And I was able to just go on my phone at the shore and hit the guide and hit the record down there. And I actually got the game. So I knew I could do that. But I also have the experience of the app, so I would go. So I could go on I could watch the TV on my phone, but I can't take it from my phone and send it to the to the to the smart TV. No, all right, Bill and good stuff, man. And one of the other things is down the shore. It's another place that it's hard to get antenna service. Like, the other caller saying, and they jacked the rates up down there because it's an island, you're paying even more. If you have properties down there now, I know they got you. But you know, what they do and expanding does it. I don't know about the other places, but like they have a special what they'll do is. There's a rate for the summer, and you pay that extra snowy. It's not really that much. But you'll pay that and you'll get like a bunch of channels. Then in the winter, there's another rate like a ten dollar a month thing and you'll go down to like, the basic channels, which is okay. Because if for any reason, you find yourself down the shore, at least you've got something as opposed to just, you know, going online and seeing what you can get which is probably more than you can get on the TV anyway. Dylan, thanks for the call. Don't be a stranger one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five. So we're talking about the price of cable TV, and what it cost you? You know, we have a situation here optimum is fighting with FOX over programming channels. And you see this stuff all the time. And you're who's going to win. I don't know what happened with this. But he started thinking about the idea of is it possible to live without the cable, you know, once upon a time for those of you. They will you said, you know, give imagine paying for television. And yet here we are paying for television. Seem like there are a lot more channels than, but you know, there's still fifty seven channels enough. And I can't tell you how many times especially in the summer that. Okay. Is there anything all we watch my wife, and I we like to watch TV together. And we can't find anything to watch. And yet we pay cable Jacobson, Philadelphia, New Jersey one zero one point five. Hey jacob. Hey, man. How are you? Good. How are you? Not too bad. I hope I can help you out here. I have been off cable for probably about eight almost nine years. Now, really, how do you do it? So well, I've I've stayed busy with work and everything, but aside that point IQ watch sports dos, and I will tell you. It was a bear trying to find something that would actually pretty much show without skipping your shoes. So you Google search, and you look forward you can type in like Ming, and then type in the name of the sporting event that you're looking for. So this case I do like football fan, right? And I would look on their ready consistently every single week. We'll have it on there. And you can stream it from there to usually one of the the streaming links itself. But then you can select which one you want. If you wanna have Jacksonville broadcasting, you can block that if you wanna have the opposing team's broadcasting walk back, and I do that for baseball football basketball. I do that for pretty much everything. So anyway, so you're Jacksonville vein. You go on Google and say Jacksonville livestream Jaguar game. Absolutely. And you find they and you find it. Yup. About that. And you find choices. How did he beat that? How did he not get around? How did they not figure that out? That's what the NFL figured everything out. That's kind of the key with that. It's like, wait. How do they get past that? So essentially, it's kind of like Google right in a sense of Google's not the one who's doing the hiring. All they're doing is pointing to where the location is ready. Pointing to somewhere else, and it's really some guy who's pretty much broadcasting or streaming their connection every week. So it's a little harder to do it so much ready clamps down on that. Then you've got other things that pop up where you can click on that. So yeah, if you just do a Google search, you'll be able to find more info on that. And then in regards to like regular programming and stuff like that. I do a variety of different things in this case first stores for like DVD's will stop right programming like other types of programming. You get a lot of the channels that are essentially pay for channel or in this case. But you get also the free stuff that you can watch. You just have to watch like a few ads the greatest things in the world. But if you're looking to cut that off completely I've been doing that. Eight years, and so a lot of money, so I can put it towards stuff. Good stuff. Jacob thanks for the call to New Jersey one zero one point five one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five stick.

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"steve big" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"steve big" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"They could beat somebody steve big goodwin said tonight's game against colorado without being at their best and i think it you're trying to keep things sharp going into a playoff series that concerns a head coach and i think that's a little bit more what might your was referring to this is kind of fun chartered territory for this club obviously not just the new coach but the last couple years you've kind of known aware you're going to finish and you been preparing for the playoffs rather than fighting to stay on that and you seen any difference as it pertains to that curse no what i've seen here is a calming influence it's allowed this team to find the level of play that is making that successful is it a level of play that will make them successful in a seven game playoff series i don't know i think there's reason for hope but that obviously that part remains to be seen but but they they been able to right the ship because look even with the change that we talked about all year i've always felt that this is at least a playoff team are they is going to chicago in terms of winning a division title over a eighty two game series no i don't think so they don't have the same high end talent the run of the ship nor the st consistent town running the ship and and minnesota's put together a heck of a year of minnesota's got some i think is a better team up the middle in terms of centerman and that makes a difference that said i gotta tell you you know you really look at what they've done under mike you'll hear and then you look at that month and a half stretch that essentially you know force the the coaching changes at the blues made i mean it the goaltending have been better in that stretch in a boozer playing better they might be challenging for a division title here in so i think it's been a very important run.

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"steve big" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"steve big" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"To the republican convention in cleveland to perform at not inside the convention but in an outside venue with a group of conservatives and he was willing to do what they were gonna pay him five million dollars holes to perform wow and he was willing to do it but then his agent said if you do it i will no longer be your agent because he's a staunch hillary clinton supporter i d like this is some kind a new agent he had the mean that stupid they know how this is how bad things are getting in this country because you've got this agent for this topic i mean whether you like justin bieber not put that aside just he's any all star that's worth millions and millions of dollars and he's got his agent hoop these agents get four to ten percent you know these guys it's signed he's contracts in the sports business and who signed the steve big deal the hollywood contracts i don't know what it is and in the movies caught has at least four percent it might be ten you think about somebody signs a twenty million dollar deal their agent just got a check for eight hundred grand yeah bradley cooper's get a lot of eight has use that the dmc and i think a lot of people i suppose that he was republican because he played navy seal what chris kyle i don't know how you could prepare for that moviendo through the reality of that even if you drama ties it for a movie that's a good point producer joey and then not at least be a little bit questioning about hillary clinton let's like you're just i mean i guess they're just played a role in politics you know reality and logic just can't get in the way but i would if i had somebody that's as an agent who put do who injected their personal politics into my business career but farther but immediately think about that decision i have fifty people banging down a store to be his agent you know what i mean might not be like ok that's your choice the news is drug deal or two i don't know i i used to really not like justin bieber but i think he's like the typical young prodigy star that really makes a lot of mistakes in the gig its season there nowhere near thirty but he gets to about thirty knee didn't really becomes he has the ability to become something like the mcdonough michael jackson and haven't during quality a little bit more of a sane career.

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