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"steve crane" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"In los angeles. I'm carl rozelle wednesday day. The seventeenth of march. Good as always to have your long everybody so the way it works on the days. The fed wraps up. Its big meetings is the jay powell comes out. He reads the official statement. What the fed is thinking about the overall economy since its last meeting where the economy might be going and where interest rates might be headed and then he opened it up for questions business and reporters being detail oriented bunch can get kind of weedy in those questions which lucky for you is where we come in. There were when all was said and done to count them to messages. The pal wanted to make sure everybody got at today's back and forth message one all the talk about inflation. I'm paraphrasing here. But basically he said come on. Cut it out talking about inflation is one thing actually. Having inflation run about two percent is the real thing no seriously cut it out over the years. We've we've talked about two percent inflation goal but we haven't achieved it. So i i would say we'd like to perform. That's what we'd really like to do. Is to get inflation moderately above two percent again. I was paraphrasing message number. Two where the fed thinks. This economy might be goin'. The state of the economy in two or three years is highly uncertain. So there you go. Jay powell and what he's thinking in. Okay yeah fine. It was seventy words. I counted among the couple of thousand other words. That balance spoke today. Some number of them were about jobs and unemployment and how it's gonna be a while before the labor market is back to something near normal but there is something weird going on out there because there are about ten million people out of work in this economy but businesses are saying. They're having a hard time finding people to hire marketplace's finish your tries to make sense of that won. The national federation of independent business reported that forty percent of its small business members had job openings. They could not fill. It varies a lot by industry. Bill dunkelberg is chief economist at the nfl. We're example the highest would be in construction manufacturing transportation. There are different theories for how this is possible with ten million people looking for jobs. One of the problems of course is that pays you pretty well to be on unemployment. These days unemployment benefits are too high. Says dunkelberg it's a contentious claim. Katherine abraham professor of economics at the university of maryland says her reading. The research is that it's unlikely you're an unemployed worker. You looking for a job. You know that the unemployment benefits aren't gonna last forever so if you're offered a job that's attractive. It makes sense for you to take it. Robert fricke corporate economists with the navy federal credit union has another explanation for the apparent worker shortage there few qualified advocates for the jobs that are open. So there's obviously a skills mismatch. The unemployed waiters are probably not gonna be applying for the manufacturing or the tech jobs. Professor abraham suspects. There's an altogether different explanation for this whole situation. They paid more. They could attract more people according to the nfl. Twenty five percent of businesses. Say they have raised. Pay and another nineteen percent plan to in new york absorb replenish your for marketplace inflation of which chair powell speaking today can be kind of a hit or miss thing no rising prices in one part of the economy big increases in another including prices in our case for a product. We don't think about all that much. Most of us shipping containers. Yeah those twenty or forty foot long boxes inside of which the new fridge ordered is coming or the fancy cheeses. You're going to buy the store or the spare parts. Consumer demand here and elsewhere is gumming up the global economy and there just aren't enough empty containers in say china to send stuff across the pacific so shipping companies and importers are scrambling to get their hands on whatever they can at whatever price marketplace's scott tong reports services services. We've been telling you ad. Nauseam that americans buy more services than goods but these days not so much says simon heaney at the shipping consultancy. Drewery people aren't able to spend on going out holidays etc so they put what they have. Physical goods are generally shipped in containers clogged. Us ports. Don't have enough cranes or workers to handle everything. These traffic jams are creating shortage in china. Where almost all containers are made. Floor and fraser is with the logistics firm container exchange. Obviously right now. A golden time. Such continuum ineffectual because they produce as much as the bits and can basically charge whatever price they want he says normally and new twenty foot container cost two thousand dollars but that's nearly doubled. Chinese exporters are also paying top dollar to bring empty containers from north. America says steve crane chronic at the transport firm. I'm global. There was a report i read this morning. From a very knowledgeable source that seventy percent of vessels departing over the last two months out of long beach were filled entirely with empty containers. All these hassles have raised shipping prices causing a few toy factories in asia to stop deliveries and some food ingrain firms to use bulk ships with loose piles of cargo picking outside the box. I'm scott tong for marketplace. That was pretty good outside the box. A vanishingly rare moment of bipartisanship in the united states senate. Today catherine tie was approved. Ninety eight to nothing as the. Us trade representative first woman of color to have that job and the first asian american in the president's cabinet which does seem worth remarking on given the news out of atlanta last night on wall street. Today you know traders liked what j. Paul said well enough not wild but whatever. We'll have the details.
"steve crane" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody
"So now you've got a lot of people would say. I'm interested in where I'm going with this. The your entrepreneurial side that you've been successful with the station and you're doing great, and that would be enough for a lot of people, but you've had this desire and this inner entrepreneurial spirit. It sounds like to you want more, and what drives that well. You know I think. We're all crazy ways. I always just want to build a company and People's that I knew you're the beginning any said I do this and this, and this absolutely not true, but it was just sort of like. Let's just do what we WANNA. Do and save for good at it and I think one. One of the things that I learned early on I think I had a horrible fear of failure when I was in my early twenties, and for some reason I think I got over it, and so I've done things in my life which I knew longshots whether it was next radio or wireless TV or introducing the concept before revenue sharing in baseball. There were kind of long shots, but it was sort of like you know what I love trying to do. Things that people say can't be done and so as far as the company was like. Hey, let's go onto the next thing. We bought wwl and and that really. That really took off. Because of us, but you know we always said it was. It was an amas management with L. O.. It was the threat of mismanagement because Zach Asian and while we're waiting to close, the thing goes from four share to attend share, and it was all doyle And you know you never forget Steve Crane who was one of my oldest ears, friends came in was practicing launch, Chicago. He was bored and he said I WANNA come in when you start this thing. Any bottle little stocks. And he came in, and so he was going to run the second station, so we sent him up to Minneapolis and after his meeting with doyle in the interim. While you're waiting the three or four months to close the deal economy went into. This guy's a lot better than you gotta leave him, he's..
"steve crane" Discussed on Steeven Orr Else
"Is how the first appearance of Batman Opens. I'm looking at detective comics. Issue Number Twenty seven from May of nineteen thirty nine by Bill Finger and Bob Kane. This is a six page story and at the top. The title of the the comic says the Batman. And it gives you that little description now. The first big change between the Batman of then in the Batman of now is that the way his name is listed. It says the Batman but Batman has bat Dash M. A. N. And every time they use the name Batman they say the Batman and then Batman is in quotes. I don't know when they decided to squish the letters together and just call him Batman. Which really when you think about it as kind of a silly name. But recently I realised just like I had with Superman I had never read Batmans first appearance and unlike superman. This is not an origin story the first Batman Tale. He has already established as the Batman. But for those reading this story for the very first time all six pages of it. They don't know who Batman is. They don't know his secret identity. Of course we we know now right. I mean I'm not spoiling anything. By letting you know that. It's Bruce Wayne. But the Bruce Wayne in this first story is actually quite funny. Because we open at the home of Commissioner Gordon and the book says the home of Commissioner Gordon. Who at the moment is entertaining? His young socialite friend Bruce Wayne so their friends. It's kind of a weird friendship. I think just right off the bat there. In Gordon's Home Gordon is sitting at his desk. Batman is sitting at the well Batman. Sorry sorry everybody. Bruce Wayne is sitting at the On the other side of the desk and he's smoking a pipe and he's just he's just very he just seems bored. He just seems bored with life. Gordon gets a phone call and finds out that Lambert the chemical king has been stabbed to death and his sons fingerprints are all over the knife. So of course Gordon has to go check it out. The he has to oversee the crime scene but he invites his young friend. Bruce Wayne to tag along and Bruce Wayne says oh well nothing else to do. Might as well because he's just bored. He's bored with life. Now when they arrive at Lambert's mansion Bruce Wayne. He is just at Gordon inside the entire time. Gordon is walking the crime scene. He's talking to the cops. They're they're filling them in on what's going on. They point out Lambert son who who is a grown man? He goes to talk to Lambert son the whole time. Bruce is just right there right next to him he might as well be writing. Gordon's back because he's not just standing next to him. It's like he's he's at his right shoulder at all times. He's like A. I don't know he's like a hanger on but he's just he's just bored smoking his pipe just to Well Young Lambert tells the story that he had come home. He was walking by the library and he heard a groaning from within and he goes any finds his dad on the ground. He's been stabbed he's groaning. He notices that his dad's safe is open and he falls to the ground and he picks his dad up and father. No and his DAD SAYS CONTRACT CONTRACT. Oh and then he dies so asking the normal questions. Of course Gordon asks him if his father had any enemies he believes that Young Lambert did not kill his father but did he have any enemies and he tells them that he had three former business partners. Steve Crane Paul. Rogers and Alfred Stryker. Will at that very moment. One of the police officers is on the phone. And he says Commissioner Gordon. I have Steve Crane on the phone. He's called to speak with Old Lambert but when I told him that Old Lambert because they call him Old Lambert Versus Young Lambert but when I told him that Lambert was murdered he got very excited and he asked to speak with you so he gets on. Gordon gets on the phone with Steve Crane. Crane tells him that yesterday. Lambert had told him that he had received an anonymous threat upon his life and now the same thing has happened to him. Steve Crane so Gordon tells them hang on. Steve Crane we're on the way Bruce Decides at this point not to go with them over to crane's house and in fact as he's standing there tapping out his pipe on his palm tapping pipe ash all over. Lambert's carpets. And you know probably the crime scene too. I might add. He says Ho home all leave you to finish your work. I'm going home. Because he's a bored socialite while we go straight from that panel to the next panel where we see crane sitting in a chair and there's a man standing there pointing a gun at him. He shoots crane kills them. Opens up the safe steals a paper and leaps out the window. All this happens in two panels. He climbs up to the roof of the mansion. Where he meets up with a partner then they're both like ha ha we did it. We've got the paper but then suddenly the Batman is there and they turn around and they say vote back man and so they fight and Batman beats him up and he takes the paper and then Gordon arrives down the street below. He arrives at the mansion and the Butler tells them Gosh Mr Crane. He has been killed. And then we go straight back to Batman or the Batman. And he's in his very ordinary looking car and he's reading the paper that he had taken from the murderer who had taken it from cranes safe. And he's reading it and he smiles. Then we see one of the other partners Rogers. He goes to visit the fourth partner. The only two partners that are left alive. He goes to visit striker. But instead of seeing striker at Stryker's house striker striker striker striker that was from airplane. I don't know if you're aware that but instead of striker answering the door his man jennings is there and Jennings invites him inside wax. Rogers over the head carries them down to the basement lab ties him up and places him under this big open glass cylinder like a dome like a big glass Dome and he tells them ha ha. This is the gas chamber as soon as this glass. Lid Lowers over you. The gas will stream out of the jet thing at the top and you will die and he pushes some levers and whatnot and he says I'm going downstairs because apparently there's a sub basement. I'm going downstairs to turn on the gas and so the Glass. Dome thing starts to lower and then suddenly Batman is there and with the speed of prowling cat Prowling cats aren't really all that fast With the speed of pouncing Cheetah he grabs a wrench off of the table and leaps under the glass. Dome with Rogers and has the Dome encloses them. It meets the ground and covers them. He takes a handkerchief not a bat handkerchief. They don't call it a bat handkerchief but he takes a handkerchief and he shoves it up into the tubing the jet thing where the gas is gonNA come out. And then he smashes the dome with his wrench freeing Rogers. And that's when Jenny comes in and he's like why are you? And they fight Batman Takes Jennings out and at that point. Striker comes in now. Batman is kind of on the floor behind some equipment subduing jennings so striker. See Him and he comes in and he says oh so jennings didn't take you out Well then I'll have to finish you. He pulls out a knife. I'll finish you and then throw your body and the acid take below. Really dark striker. That's really dark. But of course Batman leaves out from behind the equipment and they fight and Batman subdues him. He's like holding striker there by his collar. He just holding him. And Rogers is he's befuddled. I don't understand. Why would he do this? The Batman and Batman spells it all out for him. Rogers Lambert Crane. Striker were once partners in the Apex Chemical Corporation striker. One at all of it. He didn't WANNA share the wealth. He wanted the whole thing but he didn't have the cash to buy it all up from the other three so he made these secret contracts to pay them a installments every year until he owned everything but he didn't wait that long so he hired someone to kill the three of them steal the contracts which as I said Batman points out they are secret that is important because nobody else knew of these contracts so if they so if he steals them and burns them the no one will know that he was trying to wrest control of this corporation away from them and at that point that striker breaks free and he pulls a gun and he shoots Batman but he misses because Batman socks in the jaw. And that's when striker reeling from the mighty blow falls into the tank of acid batmans response a fitting end for his kind. That's.
"steve crane" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"And when it get a let me read to you something from the Wall Street journal news item out of opinion piece and it's for Tober twenty ninety okay this is this might be helpful to you this is a really important important if I find that I just had it when they went up to just see the date you sing that was that was stupid there was about hell what trump provided the lethal weapons as opposed to non lethal I know what to do to look up the word plea for the article here we go after Russia sees Crimea and later sent troops into eastern Ukraine the twenty fourteen general Breedlove recommended that the U. S. old travel and Steve crane the Obama administration opted instead to provide non lethal assistance including medical equipment and radar gear to pinpoint enemy artillery and mortar fire the trump administration move forward with an initial sale of two hundred and ten javelin missiles and thirty seven launchers in December twenty seventeen those weapons have been delivered and are kept in bunkers from which they could be quickly dispensed to Ukrainian troops in a crisis there's been no serious Russian action since no serious Russian action since then how many people tell me who's who who hate the president no this lethal assistance in twenty seventeen from trump to Ukraine not only from the systems from the the Obama administration and people of the hot spurt took tell me who lives when it comes to trump I don't even I must admit it is very rare for me to not understand fourth I mean I made may never understand I may be totally self deceived but it's rare for me to believe that I don't understand a major phenomena that society the hatred of Donald Trump is so rational this like the not voting for I can at all but the hatred the the willingness to tolerate people screaming obscenities and the and the like this is unprecedented the public doesn't matter to the trumpeters that he gave them javelins and and and Obama gave them normally full assistance it doesn't matter all the good that he has done doesn't matter helps Israel more than any president in history and he said call them anti semite by Paul Krugman who's done nothing for Jews in an entire life I like the these lefty Jews writing at the New York times you've done nothing for the Jewish people or Israel their whole life and they're now declaring the president imitation of mine all of a sudden they're really big advocates of for the welfare of the Jewish people I'm telling you this is a lot of sickness out there.
"steve crane" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"News item on an opinion piece and it's for Merck Tober twenty ninety okay this is this might be helpful to you is a really important important if I find that I just had it when I went up to just see the date you sing that was that was stupid it was about hell what trump provided the lethal weapons as opposed to nonlethal I know what to do I look up the word before the article here we go the Russia sees Crimea later sent troops into eastern Ukraine the twenty fourteen general Breedlove recommended that the U. S. old travel and Steve crane the Obama administration opted instead to provide non lethal assistance including medical equipment and radar gear to pinpoint enemy artillery and mortar fire the trump administration move forward with an initial sale of two hundred and ten javelin missiles and thirty seven launchers in December twenty seventeen those weapons have been delivered and are kept in bunkers from which they could be quickly dispensed to Ukrainian troops in a crisis there's been no serious Russian action since no serious Russian action since then how many people tell me a who's who who hate the president no this lethal assistance in twenty seventeen from trump to Ukraine nonlethal systems from the the Obama administration and people of the host's birth took tell me who lives when it comes to trump I don't even I must admit it is very rare for me to not understand or if I mean I made may never understand I may be totally self deceived but it's rare for me to believe that I don't understand a major phenomena that society the hatred of Donald Trump is so rational this like not voting for a kid at all but the hatred the the willingness to tolerate people screaming obscenities and the and the like this is a unprecedented but it doesn't matter to the trumpeters that he gave them javelins and and and Obama gave that lovely full assistance it doesn't matter all the good that he has done doesn't matter helps Israel more than any president in history and he should have called an anti semite by Paul Krugman who's done nothing for Jews in an entire life I like these these lefty Jews writing at the New York times have done nothing for the Jewish people or Israel their whole life and they're now declaring the president the meditation might all of a sudden they're really big advocates of the welfare of the Jewish people I'm telling you it's a six a lot of sickness out there.
"steve crane" Discussed on Write with Love
"If you get it down and audio definitely listen to it and then my mom knows a lot of people in <hes> elderly <hes> hikes to the older people and they're always saying oh we want an audio book but because we can't read and are yeah i would i give her lays down like codes and things now and she she goes in plays it for all of your friends and the rest time. I love that you and going back to you mentioned libraries earlier. Do you do anything in particular to target library library readers or do you just let that happen organically. I'm designing a few things we can do in australia and the libraries he is still prefer prefer print copies sorry of actually failed that just printing them with ingram spock is kind of enough to get them in at most of those libraries here yeah and i think australians on whole is still more interested in having a paperback. They are kind of picking up on this aibo can trained sorry. I i still get a lot out of the australians but again it set my a lot more or in the libraries in england and in the u._s. but even still science more of the books that are getting picked up <hes> than a ah folks have in the states too so as you described australian worker seems kinda difficult to target. Do you have any like key you aspects of author could try to target australia specifically when marketing or showing a new book that they have especially for authors outside of australia trying to turn a okay <hes> probably intensive advertising <hes> facebook ads have been there a bit hit and miss but you can get quite a narrow market which if you listened to mock dole's and he's he seems to think that's a good thing <hes> so you can carry that down and i get some good click three writes <hes> in the i. I've gotten to know a lot of independent bookstores really well. Especially where i live where very creative <hes> raging right here and <hes> swallow go in and i'll do library visits and option. I connect take two with lots of other. Rural rodents will rhyme mates rates in australia cy. I've gone every age the romance writers of strategy conference at that's old networking being and talking to people and joining forces and last year i even went romance writers of museums conference because fellow andre was there and i wanted to me too and yeah i know i even interviewer on the podcast. She's absolutely gorgeous. Pass on. I think a lot of it is just cross promoting each of us sorry within the romance writers of australia will we'll share when a h when somebody else is has a new book rely so something interesting say you know it's so face what groups and that sort the thing more most i probably than actually the <hes> it is hiding on is in you know we all just lob each other's work. Morrow is rating each other's way. Can we always recommending atkins. You gonna just choose. One remains raider not rate anyone else so yeah. No it's a really great nitwit quite delays ones and this couple of other australian-based <hes> remains rating groups that are online so they're quite quite handy and then i guess i'm pretty out there on social media. I'm always posting on social media and i have the podcast asset is every week. Semi websites always getting updated and dumb. Yeah i just i try and and she the love around as much as i can. I and stay positive and you don't have any of the nicotine that goes on in the publishing industry gate to me so so tell us about your podcast. What do you talk read. Yes my podcast is could write with love and it's a weekly podcast and i just just interview another author of romance or romantic fiction so <hes> we just talk about the inman then story and the books folks and yeah it's great. I've talked to people you know. Would they like bella on dry. Murray full wanna commissioner any few about this a lot of new zealand and australia and russia's as well that i get to talk to so <hes> i really i love talking especially to the new zealand is i knew they were bromance. Well with this new zealand. Yet is spectacular gila bunch. They really <hes> switched on so. I always get something something out of talking to the amend something out of talking to anyone that i talked to so many interesting ideas he is and backgrounds and genres at russian as well and talking to steve crane tamara. He writes about reverse harem. I'm sorry i can't wait to learn more about that knows that is now after <hes> so reverse harem as we news one woman in multiple she right now. So what do you think is the best thing that you've done for your self publishing. Since i honestly thing doing this audio book because the base thing i've done it's really raised my price fall and i'm getting a lot of the media retention from it which is really flowing either and the other book sounds like i said i've got even announce them five minutes in his <hes> nonfiction books and yet i just had another book release as my dad and the brigadier station series just came out like last week and having that audio book you've rented the face in the listen to the face in this series race in the read the sekine so they were really came to get to the one benefit k now say spain a stellar a couple of weeks with the audio book coming out in the new book coming out so i definitely think that was just the best thing don and nor regrets about the big money is sustained or anything like attack was a really good return on basement. That'll probably be paid off by the end of the year and then where can people find you online and also you do duke courses. You're talking about a writing retreat that you doesn't yeah. I've just started this year doing some mean touring <hes> i'm in helping people learn the crofton lean the business <hes> and <hes> sorry this past weekend. I had a ride his retraite just a like <hes> house house that i found near where i live the beautiful sunshine coast hinterland and we're about saving office. They're all together and we just got to do a lot of writing. I i taught some workshops and one actually on self publishing and then we just discussed the story ideas and and a couple of them pitched me as well as other video which was great and <hes> yes i get a lot of joy out of just helping other people change the success that they want onto that they deserve and i'll tell them if they doing something wrong in the nicest possible and <hes> yes so that's been really good and i'm doing a lot of <hes> presenting and on panels for writers festivals nicer things this year the m quainton ride is seen hosting john marquan chisel romance fantasy mistry anything but literary fiction basically and <hes> that's happening in november and they vacillated teach a workshop audiobooks in the two panels as well so that's gonna be really exciting and <hes> and then i'm taking a course actually the remnants riders illustrate leah all about podcasting sorry busy. It's gonna be a busy few months. Actually i'm making people yup <hes> they can find me on my website which is sarah williams ota dot com and oh my links to social media's on the as well perfect we'll post those ios also on the blog and in our show notes app euless. Thank you so much. Thank you very much. Thank you so much hidden.
"steve crane" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You said which is essentially not only this article was publicly about defending letting people know who I'm sure you remember the head of ice at the time so it was just like sitting in a community in saying the police are coming and he said there were people who really criminals who needed to be rounded up and because of that they weren't rounded up so when we get a balance in all of this particularly in terms of number one the numbers on the scale of people want to come in this country and stay in this country number two those who are the good citizens necessarily but represents some security threat there were eight hundred according to have my stomach so much well yes acting director of ice Holman said there were eight hundred dangerous criminals that were at large because of my responsible and disgraceful acts and wanted you the effect to be prosecuted instruction juncture he still doesn't I'm sure he'd love to see me in jail I'd love to see him there as well the feeling is mutual of but that claim that these eight hundred dangerous criminals was so outrageous that a veteran ice employee the spokesperson for northern California ice quit his job in protest over being asked to repeat such outrageous lies even people with in the organization new how far fetched and really evil it is to paint with a broad brush hard working families are the bill was in there that Steve crane who is a white supremacist put forward to have you put in jail for five years yes the mayor Libby Schaaf act was Dave yes.
"steve crane" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Bill was in there that Steve crane who is a white supremacist put forward to have you put in jail for five years yes the mayor Libby Schaaf act was Dave yes yes so you're immortalized in the congressional record that what I was trying to do through that article is human nice these the vilification of the reign of are immigrants is destructive toward democracy it's not the fitting to the values that this country stands for or honestly discusses human beans problem little in the emphasis and concerned about people who are my many people's judgment considered illegal or got into the country illegal as opposed to let's say people who were born and raised here who are in poverty I think that our systems have so many bias sees a baked into them and to get back to la Verne the racial redlining there's a direct causation between the embedded racism in our systems and the disparate outcomes for African Americans I I think that is similar to the vilification that we're seeing today of immigrants and particularly Latino and Muslim and African immigrants not all immigrants just that the ones that doesn't fit the president's image of the white America he'd like to see it it is so frightening and I feel like until we see each other as human beings the stories that people in doer these policies and the polarization of these issues is just going to get worse and and I wanted to talk about this issue from the mayor's perspective giving you said it's too this is nice alliteration is too much emphasis on police and potholes and parks as opposed to this kind of issue well my point and and we in the office we've debated a lot because believe me I've been asked to do a lot of national media on immigration and I always say you know I'm not a federal policy maker I don't have any power direct power to influence immigration policy but I believe as a mayor it is a local issue I to see it every day I see so much trauma in my community and I think it is my job to try and translate that in a way that might impact federal policy well the article I would recommend that people read it and some people may be in disagreement with you because it does create a humanistic perspective his listener who treats with all the construction happening uptown downtown how much of the new apartments are affordable housing is in less than two.
"steve crane" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Know, your Representative in the state, and as we learned from the initiatives when it came to changing the tax withholding on a federal level that that comment period. It was. Very much noted that the the twelve thousand letters that that came in via system like this. When a long way to oppressing, the treasury department at the time that you know, it's a it's an area of concern and and had real support. So I'm sure the same would be would be the case when it came to the Georgia legislative leaders as well. So I'll put those links up as well, Jack, and will certainly catch up with you along the way either in Florida or in Kentucky see at the racetrack. But let us know the minute anything anything new develops and as things progress. Okay. See, my pleasure. Thanks again. You're you're a great support not at all Georgia horse racing and Jack. And of course, mentioned the dean and Patti Reeves and Steve crane the executive. Director and there's been people who've been so dedicated to try to make this happen. And even even without the idea of of a of an equine facility. It would be a mix use concept with with some rationing, obviously. But also, you know, some equine sport potential etcetera. And and they haven't seen the plans that they've developed their incredible. But the the economic potential of Georgia coming online as a jurisdiction for parimutuel wagering. I it. Extensive. I mean, I will we'll have to figure out what that what a ten million population. Ten million would mean in in handle the industry. So this is this is one we we've been tracking Casey's Casey's going through the files he says, it's six years. We've been we've been watching George ores racing trying to make it push the peanut. As we've said. And we we tracked though, forget we track data strays it, and and the sports betting topic for years and years when it looked like it would never happen. And that that domino foul and George is going to happen to let's take a break. Now, I'll go find Seth marrow. We hope. All right. Seth next..
"steve crane" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"Com slash CNN. Well in a major move tonight House Republicans say they will not give congressman Steve king any committee assignments in the new congress. That's after he wondered aloud the New York Times, and I'm quoting white, nationalist white supremacists. Western civilization. How did that language become offensive Republican Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell today say that king's comments were quote unwelcome and unworthy of his elected position on quote. Newly elected Republican Senator Mitt Romney said kings, flat out resign. Sudden Lindstrom potty joins us right now with very latest. So what does this mean that he gets no committee assignments offensively? What does that mean? Well, this is centrally strips him Anderson of a lot of his power up yarn, Capitol Hill and amounts to the first real reprimand of sif king notably coming from members of his own party. This was something that was voted on unanimous unanimously from members of the steering committee. Those are the Republicans are essentially dole out the committee assignments tonight and no assignments for you Steve crane that was announced in the last hour by the house leader, Kevin. Carthy, but notably here it does not go as far as many Democrats appear on Capitol Hill or calling for a central resolution. This is something very rare very embarrassing very cutting for any member of congress does not go that far, but certainly does have teeth. King was a member of three committees agriculture. He's a member of the small business committee in most notably the judiciary committee committee where he stood to be ranking member of committee. So that perhaps is where it hurts. The congressmen the most now tonight Steve king is responding. He's criticizing this move by his party. He says it is the political decision that he says it knows the truth. Anderson. He continues to say that his comments were taken out of context Soroti. Thanks very much with knows Dr Cornel west professor at Harvard University and professor emeritus at Princeton University as well. First of all doctor was your reaction to the congressman being stripped of his upcoming committee assignments is that enough. Well, I think. It's a positive thing to see Republican party say something against the vicious legacy of white supremacy. Both presidents well as past in those Steve king is called precious. Mexican brothers and sisters dirt out seen dead. Seemed to me to be good reason for him to be punished. I said some other very ugly things he said to confederate flag right there. And in his office, even though I will fall on the side of the union. So he's got some real fascinating moves justification to make their. But the important thing is it's still by the Anderson that we should never confuse a particular villain with the larger tradition. The white supremacy is a larger tradition. It takes a number of different forms. I'm a little disturbed by some of the liberal, self, righteousness. Because white supremacy has liberal versions it has left as virgin in my leftist comrades still have to deal with racism. It had centers versions. That's right wing versions it as fast as version. Same is true would male supremacy. Same to anti Jewish hatred anti Muslim anti. Era patriot. We have to keep track of these as moral issues that have political consequences. So we shouldn't think that by reprimanding one individual that somehow the Republican party has cleanse itself of its racism, and I would say similar, thanks for the Democratic Party. They they're on a certain kind of crusade, that's manichean. And I'm with them when they're critical of white supremacy. But they've got to white supremacy inside of their own ranks in the liberal moat. So we have to understand white supremacy is an evil that shot through all of us. We have to come to terms with it..
"steve crane" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"New York. Jio SP to Philadelphia for the caller from Philadelphia a little while back instead Arnold in Manhattan Arnold. You're on the fan. Okay. How you doing? All right. I spent a little time in Patterson projects. All right. All right. My best sport moment. Nothing. I spoke to you about it before was sixty nine. I was sixteen years old. I quit the Mets with Don Clinton. Didn't Tommy AT beyond Jones the Alabama, boys. I'm Steve crane Poole, and we destroyed the Baltimore Orioles, Dan. I caught Joe Willie name is one of the greatest moments when he said that the jets would defeat the Mr. quarterback, Danny United. And then the other one was the Knicks when they won the championship from the Baltimore bullets. Gosh, I'm cell, etc. West. I mean, what's the Lakers? Yeah. Yeah. Mike reading cavity. Bustle, I believe you know, it was like in mob. I on the Mike, you know, on the radio we think about that time like baseball team wins was like heaven basketball team wins and football team wins the same Baltimore. Yeah. Yeah. So that'll always be tremendously. My memory. I was sixteen to and I really could enjoy it as the season went on Ma. But he was he was tremendous on the radio you catch him, you know, in the evenings like eight of whatever nine o'clock when you think about what he used to do because he used to do the Rangers. He used to do the Knicks had the channel four he'd be doing the sports. I mean, he going to going to the knick game range hustling to the studio. Do sports reporting at eleven thirty. And everybody's say, yes. So I just wanted to put that on you. That will always be thankful moment. And you have a delicious thanksgiving. Thank you. So you'll be cooking outside. So be careful as you say. Yeah, I appreciate your. I mean, I gotta go outside and a coat to put this burden in the air fryer. That's what they like you forget what the dams by whipped out the instructions and made sure at work today on the tank doesn't blow up and all that. So it's doing all right. Yeah. That's that's. You know, you usually happy if you get a championship. Maybe a team goes back to back, but you had the Knicks the jets and the Mets all winning and like almost like a, you know a year. Because like the sixty eight jets when they played it to bowl and sixty nine. Just interested in the Mets within sixty nine and the Nixon sixty nine seventy. I mean, it was. Talk about winning. Maybe that's the curse you pay. You get all that. And you and sometimes it doesn't happen anymore. Let's go to Ray. And Chelsea Ray you're on the fan. Thanks for taking my call. Tony. Sure. Man. What's going on? I remember what do you call this memories at Sala just before me was talking about? But I remember when I was in high school they used to give out the geo card. Oh, yes. Yes. I go to the garden and see the Knicks. Suitable. Leaping rafters watch the game. I was I was actually at that. I wanted to GO game. So the Nixon affiliate in the old guard on fiftieth street. Oh my goodness. I was just going to mention that. And it was so many what do you call this a cold? And you. Have to talk around the pipe and stuff just to see down. You know? I remember going and like sixty three. There was a double header Knicks Boston Philadelphia. And I was the warriors. It was it was what do you call ten o'clock game. And then and then the other game came on like around one thirty two, and I I was as a kid, but you know, like, the fellow said, I basically got to go to all the stadium. Because I don't I don't I don't remember the, you know, when the dodgers left and stuff like that. That's how I am. I right. But I I got to see a lot of good games at chase stadium because I grew up in flushing. Flushing high school car? And so a lot of good things going on during that time and stuff and one one thing that I must say one. Remember, we read that I have and I'll never forget. Start of the fan. One of the greatest things that have happened. You know, it's funny when you mentioned that because like I was saying. We get we got all information on a, you know, on our phones. Phones ringing all day when somebody gets traded or somebody gets hurt or something like that. And then they have sports radio start. It it really it was like it was like a fly. A light bulb to moss is like you came out of the doctors because you had something to the hover around and like each other hate each other or scream at each other. And it was you know, think about it. The fan led to sports talk radio all across the country. I was doing some research once on on radio sports radio years ago. At a certain publisher magazine magazine. It's like a bibliography bibliography lists all radio stations and newspapers. All across the country. And some some cities had like four sports talk stations. Get out. Nobody was thinking about that back in this. Forget the eighties seventies. Now, maybe somebody that a little sports show. But that was about it. Let's go to dick hamden, Connecticut. Dick, you're on the fan. Hi, tony. Hey, what's going on? Oh, Tony happy thanksgiving. Thank you. Same to you and yours. Yeah. It's great to talk to you. I'll tell you one of the earliest memories, I have I've been Yankee fan for sixty nine years. And my dad took me to Yankee Stadium. To see my first game. I take it was about ten years old. I don't know if they walked out there. We're a little bit late in update alleyways g go up, and I'm this on the mound with satchel page, and that was Joe DiMaggio and sexual page had that stamos windmill windup. Joe DiMaggio out even on the fan. I steps that's interesting. My member you. Yeah. And the Yankees had DiMaggio and center. My favorite ballplayer. Tommy record. Right. Let's field was Charlie Keller. And the infield was Phil Rizzuto shortstop third base. Billy Johnson and Bobby Brown. Second base. Jerry coleman. First base was the guy guy named dick quite hausky. And and another guy with a funny name his name was Fenton mole man, the second first baseman and then behind the plate, we illegi Beira. And I I just been blessed to have so many shaky championships that I've witnessed another. And then I was also I've always been a giants fan. And in those years, I think it was way kiddle was the quarterback and in the backfield was Alex Webster. And I forget, I m there they call the Pinos and backfield. Right. But they were so big. No, no. No, Frank Gifford. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I think that before it gets, okay. But also, I'm very grateful. I celebrated on November sixteenth my thirty second year in in sobriety. Oh, good for you. Yeah. That's by grace of God in a very understanding wife. So yeah, I'm very grateful, and I've always been a Nick fan. The Yankees fan giants fan, and I've had many great memories over the years. I'm eighty three years old, and you know, still hanging around. Thanks a lot for your your program and have a great Thais giving. Thank you same to you dick. This just I think we all need to something. Like, this is good Ernie and British Bridgeport, Ernie you're on the fan. Hey, good morning, Tom. Hey, how you doing good two of my most memorable favorite moments in New York sports. Of course, John Amos running off the field waving his finger. That's when I became a jazz fan when I was ten years old. I was a cult stand up to that point. But Johnny was kind of on the tail end of his career, right? And also Eddie Giacomo after the Rangers. He came back to the garden to an ovation crying. So moved. He was wiping tears out of this is in the crowd actually was rooting for the Red Wings. Yeah. I remember that doesn't happen that often. No, no. And I have a general sports question for you. And a lot of sports today. You know, the athletes are bigger and stronger. Like tennis baseball football most, you know, most of the teams today would ramp the teams from the sixties and seventies. But you do you agree with me that the in boxing and basketball that the greats of the sixties and seventies? Compete today against the modern day. Oh, yeah. I mean, you know, certain certain is funny and thanks for the call. Kareem playing in back in the day. Yep. Could we'll play today. Yeah. I mean, I think they can intertwine. My my thing is is one thing. I always gets me about baseball is. What if you had a day where the players had to play with nineteen fifties rules, and by that I mean? You can't well you keep the flat for particular cheek. But she can't wear any elbow, Pat armor. There's nothing on your ankle protect the foul ball. The the the bleachers are not a dead zone that you got you got people sitting out there because I always got a kick out of it. You know, Mickey Mantle and Mays and Aaron going back to mutual and guys like that. There were fan sitting in the dead center field in white shirts. So how the heck did they pick up the ball? Now, they make it, you know, get dead area where there's nobody there because. The guy has to pick the ball up makes you wonder about the guys back then. If you brought them up. If you could figure out a way to bring them up to play now. And they they had a clear background picking up the the white ball on a black background or green background. I wonder how much better hitter they would have been. Because that's you talk about like fighters who've never done fifteen round fights. And probably never will these guys in baseball. They'll never gonna come up with, you know, centerfield loaded with people in white shirts. And you're trying to pick the ball up out of that that camouflage if you will. I think it's the memories of our teams. And that's that's what we're doing tonight. Just some little difference. It's what do you have to be thankful for with your teams or with sports in general? What do you remember what what what what were you happy to be an event, you know, something had happened that you didn't expect it? I'm lucky I got to go to the police. Don't remember anything about it other than it was far away from the action. Actually did an outdoor fight at RFK stadium Riddick Bowe and Jesse Ferguson, arcade stadium outdoors. Stuff like that. Just doesn't happen it off anymore. Eight seven seven three thousand seven sixty six sixty six hundred pages of fame will come back with your calls right after this. Every time. You went out you could cash in now with the Capital One saver.
"steve crane" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Weather on the ones. I some construction. It's close to left lanes in downtown Fort Worth on thirty five W. It's on the northbound side at thirty. The WB AP forecast. Cloudy overnight at twenty percent, chance of rain. Low will be fifty eight now tomorrow fifty percent chance of rain by will be sixty six Friday night continue cloudy low will be around sixty one right now, it's sixty five at left field. Georgia's department of agriculture is coordinating efforts to help with recovery and south west and central Georgia. That's the areas most affected by hurricane. Michael commissioner. Gary black in a news release today said crops animals and infrastructure of all taken a substantial loss because of that storm. Now black says poultry, which took a big hit contributes about twenty three billion to Georgia's economy, all thirty five fighter jets made in Fort Worth will be grounded for inspections. That's after a crash last month in South Carolina. The Associated Press has over two hundred and fifty F thirty five in the US are affected by the grounding along with most almost one. Hundred and other countries, the air force, Marine Corps and the navy all fly those jets. The problem is thought to be a faulty fuel tube in the Pratt. And Whitney engines of those are made elsewhere inspections will be made over the next two days. And some jets have already been cleared and have been returned to service and accommodate by mosquito police officer count on bodycam during a two thousand sixteen VW. I'd traffic stop claiming a Bank blank warrant for a blood draw spree signed by judge Steve crane has Dallas DWI defense. Attorney Deandra grant crying foul the mosquito police chief says it's already been investigated and there was no wrongdoing from the WBZ news desk. I'm Mickey Briggs. Your next update will be at midnight. Twenty four seven coverage at WBZ dot com. Yeah. Summits. They talked to the cameras. You went a little nuts. Eight hundred two hundred eight the number eight hundred to eight eight nine two two seven truthfully. Trump took a huge risk. He had no idea how.
"steve crane" Discussed on Out of the Blocks
"Like here in the morning, we have like coffee donuts, everything auto order racing guys come in said, here's about twenty of us in the morning, and we sat around Frank coffee and just talk about pigeons we come in and rehash things that happened thirty years ago, fifty years ago wind each other, how good each other is, you know? And it's just keeps us old guys going little longer. You know you talk to some of the better. Pigeon flies right here, especially guys see defraying web trust me. I would lie to you. I would lie to. I wouldn't allow. Fram weather in racing birds for sixty five. Seventy six years old. It was born in me. Father told me when I was probably like ten months old ISIS, sitting kitchen, just stare at the birds in the yard all day. I went through seventeen women from fidget seventeen women because two women don't like pages because they're too time consuming. My name is George g. Miller. I've had big fifty, seven years. Begging flying is greatest sport in the world, and you'd be key to it is you have to have good birds. They all look good. All good. He's got to have the genetic makeup behind the to be good. All the training in the world ain't gonna helping. He's not born with that genetic makeup to come home. George is heart. I'm seventy six and I have businessman over seven years old back then you go around see pigeons, flying, stop, fair, and then moved geezers sell you over Joan pigeons and tell you dipped her head into water, sit of forget the come back to me brother when you hit awarded every. Lady get Ed at Kuku right back to him, and he would try to say, if back. What to school? I did the same thing too. My name is. I was at the Mel junior high school. I had a teacher Dr. Amber she said, has real well, you're gonna flunk my science course unless you come up with one hell of a science project and I've always had these kids. So I brought in the school one day and I had the kids in the class, including the teacher right messages and put it in a capsule, they had them released out the window. What are you doing now? Tomorrow I'll bring in each one of what you written down his. It's impossible of the came in and of Alah got an and the core. She's still today. He's still teaching well into her seventies, and she's still still talk about that and laugh about it. Steve crane sixty five years old been doing this for probably fifty years. Race stay proves it all. That's when you find out if it was all. Only one winner and the rest of walk added club. What if heads damn looking into grand is only one winter talk about what it's like to, you know, sit there waiting be looking at the horizon, find the boots up to Nick. It's. And look at her. You're just sitting there waiting St.. Man here comes up over and it's like four, it's a high. It's something that's undescribable that something like this could make it and transverse like that and get back home as a rule. If you don't come back. Nine hundred ten chances off guarding or hurt himself Brogel wing and he can't make it home. But if anything left any, he'll come. If he's a good one, he'll be there no doubt about money, but that. Sheila Steed. Julia. Our we're cousins. We live in the historic field on sixty eight and she'll be sixty eight. How long have you guys live together in same home? I think that's two thousand six. It's been a while. I used to live in our family home, and then I made a decision that I needed to move away from failed. And so I, I called my cousin Nassar if I could stay with her and is actually a way less to to share bills and everything..
"steve crane" Discussed on The Film Vault
"Am I going to be a dick and always call back seat. People have no idea what I'm talking about. Tomorrow, honestly got to be totally honest. I did. A fair amount of research on this one because it was one of the most excited. I've been about movies and vice never popped up until today. And I've been researching for philosophy. Backseat. So I wonder if this is a brand new thing that just came up because I was just gonna vice news. So she have another one. Default number one, the other Stephen Grell movie, Steve crumley nowhere to do that vice was your number two. It was my default number two. Alito my number two, and then back see, became number one. Marham call is Steve Carell as well as backseat and beautiful boys on your list. Beautiful boys. Okay. Logo to mention the other Steve Carell movie stocking. No. Welcome Marin call. No, that was the first even Steve crane saying, I think I think welcome the Marlin is not going to be the Oscar moved back. This vice beautiful boy will be beautiful boys. Steve chrome more attention than than woken. Marlon Marlon Marlon scope. Like one of those indie darling come and go. It'd be like middling movie. What about Mexico. Indie movies, India, but it'd be like in a middling feel-good movie, ignore the fact that Steve Carell in vice wait on the cast. That's easy. Yeah, back. See, he's the star of these other movies. I agree. Beautiful boy looks like a very, very intense movie, and I would not be shocked Rumfeld in come into his life until much later though. What was that movie with Stiller couple years ago where he was like having like he was living for it real. Yeah, welcome tomorrow. And gave me those kinds of. Lame, which when. Walter mitty. And so it. Where he's living in alternate realities or something. Skateboarded guy, no Walter Mitty. He's like, he's fantasizing that he's. You're like an action hero. He does down. I like that movie until the very end when he finds Sean Penn, that that ruin the entire movie. Welcome Marlins going to be like that. Too polished in two hundred here also the listener tough. I've. Listener tab. Five. I don't do also. I have every once for on my list. I'll mention a couple of years headlong. Right. Number five. Star is borne number four. The sisters, brothers, never. Three. I man never to is bad times at the El royale and the number one movie as from the number one previous voted on by our listeners is Mandy say that I love the fact that our listener so pumped for that one handy. I am excited seeing the and I think it was the right move to say, fuck trying to watch this through my apple TV in through my computer every now and again, I- screener platform sucks. The funny one thing about this was trying to watch Mandy kept trying to advertise have your movie on our platform for screaming purposes, fog, you don't think I'm excited to see media. I will see. I will have seen Mandy in theaters by this time next week. Other movies, of course, Bumblebee then dimissed Anderson. Novem. No, it's probably going to steal one of my favorite actors of my favorite actors are probably five years surprised at how many listeners actually voted for venom. Didn't anymore. About it. Very adverts to go of it. But beautiful boy does look very intense and probably I am shocked. You didn't have assassination nation on your list. Seems like you kind of movie see white by Rick interest known. It's already out and it's got. Bad reviews. I was worried about the timing of it and I was worried about the marketing of it trying to make it all looking hip. How many times can we hear that story subject to that?.
"steve crane" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"There is a bit of explicit content in the podcast you're about to hear. It's Monday, August, twentieth, twenty teen from slate. It's the gist. I'm Steve crane sitting in for Mike Pesca. So it happened yesterday on meet the press. Rudy Giuliani said something that absolutely lit the political world on fire. He said, truth, his int- truth, and he was talking about Donald Trump and the prospect of him testifying the prospect of him sitting down and talking at least two special counsel Robert Muller in his team. Rudy Giuliani said that Chuck Todd seemed to react with bafflement, and there was all sorts of coverage of it throughout the day and the night, and we figured it was going to dominate the headlines Monday. But you know how things end up going more often than not these days. Something that feels huge happens at nine. In the morning. We all start dissecting it. We all start trying to play out all the implications and then about three hours later, something that seems even more world shattering. Will happen, then we all forget about the first thing we move onto the new thing, and then that thing gets a clips in forgotten by something even bigger or bigger seeming you happen to blink on Sunday and miss it, though here is the full exchange. And when you tell me that, you know he should testify because he's going to tell the truth and you shouldn't worry. Well, that's so silly because it somebody's version of the truth, not the truth. He didn't have a conversation Trump. I go like, I know it isn't true. Sure. There's in truth, the president United States says, I didn't truth is truth. Mr Mayor de realized what I now in a way this isn't new Giuliani emerged as one of Donald Trump's most prominent supporters late in the twenty sixteen campaign. He had a shot to become as attorney general. Now he is his top lawyer in through all of this time Giuliani's attempts to promote or to defend or to explain away something Trump has said or done, have produced a number of moments like this where he is the subject of withering. Tempt from popular culture and even from the press. But still the heat generated by this one as it was playing out, felt a little more intense than usual. At least it felt that way to me and maybe like so many other eruptions of the Trump era. This will just die down in fade out quickly. Maybe it's already dying down in fading out quickly, but the fact that we have now been through many cycles like this with Rudy Giuliani does have me wondering about a bigger question is his alliance with Donald Trump going to be Rudy Giuliani's legacy, and this is kind of wild when you think about it because not very long ago. If you mentioned the name Rudy Giuliani to anyone, the chances were extremely good that they would have responded with something about nine, eleven nine, eleven the day of the worst terror attack ever on American soil the day. When mayor Rudy Giuliani, steady in determined presence, offered powerful reassurance to the entire nation as it absorbed the trauma. From ground zero. That was the day that he earned the nickname. That seemed like it would stick to him for ever America's mayor with time. It even became a joke that there was really nothing else to Rudy Giuliani except nine, eleven Rudy Giuliani. There's there's only three things. He mentioned a sentence, a noun verb, nine, eleven. I mean there's nothing else. There's nothing else that was Joe Biden, ribbing Giuliani back in two thousand seven, but behind jokes like that. There was even back then in four years after it, there was a deep respect. Even a reverence, maybe an admiration for Rudy Giuliani in this country. Maybe hard to put yourself back in that moment now. But if you lived through it, you probably do have some recollection of just what Rudy Giuliani meant. Not just to New York, but to America into the world on September eleventh, two thousand eleven. And in the aftermath of that horrible day, maybe you remember that in the hours immediately. The after the attack the President, George W Bush wasn't really in public view. He left an elementary school in Florida. He delivered a brief taped address to the nation. He was otherwise whisked away to a secure location, but Rudy, on the other hand, he was on the scene right where the rubble was at the World Trade Center. The whole country was watching carnage and chaos and television in the mayor of New York, provided the appearance of something that people desperately wanted. In that moment. They wanted calm and they wanted control. He attended every funeral. He became a symbol of his city's resilience of America's resilience. He was celebrated on Oprah. There was even a movie of his life story. James woods is Rudy Giuliani for weeks after nine, eleven the entire country weeped and it also braced itself for the next major attack. Everyone was sure it was a question of when it would come, not if it would come and no one was quite sure as all of this was happening. No. No one was quite sure how life could ever get back to normal or even if normal was possible anymore. Saturday Night, Live return for its new season at the very end of September about three weeks after the attacks, but the show began differently that night than it ever had before. It began with Lorne Michaels. The executive producer and Rudy Giuliani America's mayor onstage together. In Michael's asked Giuliani, a simple question. Can we be funny.
"steve crane" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"When President Trump was asked in Helsinki what has caused the steep decline in US, Russia, relations he blamed both sides he did not take that. Opportunity to loud concerns about Russia's aggressive behavior in Europe As, NPR's. Michele, Keleman reports that might, make it harder now for US diplomats to push back on Russia the, Trump administration has had something, of a split personality. When it comes to Russia Trump often has. Nice words for Vladimir Putin well his administration has expelled Russian diplomats, closed down, consulates and supported Ukraine with lethal, weapons, something the Obama administration never, did the recently retired US ambassador to the, former Soviet Republic of, Georgia Ian, Kelly, says, he, often spoke, about, those policies as he tried to ease concerns in the region about the Trump administration we've written that bus about as far as we can ride it now and I think. Those of us from the foreign. Service have been, doing it pointing to the. Sale of lethal, arm, Steve crane in Georgia but at a certain point when the president appears anyway to side with one of our adversaries. And against our own. Government it's very hard to just point the programs Kelly now a lecturer at north Western university says he's still. Reeling from Trump's performance in Helsinki I wouldn't want to be in the position of my colleagues in the frontline states right now Kelly retired in March. He says he used to just quote Defense Secretary Jim Mattis or UN ambassador Nikki Haley when trying to explain the Trump administration's. Policies, Steven Pifer who was, once a, US ambassador to Ukraine says that may not work, now it makes the job of. The State Department and our embassies overseas much more difficult because in. Effect they're going to be saying you know look at our actions and in most cases American actions are pretty good in. Terms of support for NATO support for Ukraine and pressure on Russia but. They have to find it very delicate way to say in some cases ignore what the president says and use the, president so his words..
"steve crane" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Of country music and wh asia the agent largest country music station in america which made it about twentyfifth the new york so we had to decide and said you know if i remember going to do this this is the time i always made the shopping analogy was like having a big department store issue had met so you knew you had people coming under seventy five days a year to listen to the match so that this is the time to do it brought it up met with my senior managers were was it a an overwhelming plurality that everybody wanted to do it all nobody wanted noone while governor rick joe hollander was one of our salesman or sales manager me in steve crane who's one of the original founders enorm girl which may were the only four votes in managers me and they all everybody has voted against it and i walked out of the median steve said what you do i said you can't lead others will follow this week we're not going to do it in the next day rick cummings who then and now at a programming and the company was the first employees the company came into my office with door arose who was in rome the radio group and they said we still think it's a stupid idea but we owe you one this is your baby so we'll do it and in our culture we have alon needling in so for the first couple of years if they and didn't do much might and you're a successful radio company at indianapolis get who won you first employees david letterman david letter who was my for was did mid days the first i station iran right it so i think you have david letterman you hire him he had a becomes at one of the endless guys to is like a stockholder board member guy and so the bottom line is you guys come from indianapolis run station in new york and rows thought this all sports they should that's right it is of course on the other end where the same guys started hip hop so what are we know about play but the reality is that we did it in it we we made a lot of mistakes i always kid that greg gumbel is our first morning man if there were more people.