17 Burst results for "Steve Goal"

"steve goal" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"steve goal" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"And be like i trust the sky until they start questioning who trusting and why and that was sort of instrumental. So there's only a couple of actors in the world that have that sort of weight and authority in a sense. So matt was the guy we went to i and he read it and got right back to me. It was literally like over a weekend. We were kind of making the movie. Wow a member. Because steve goal who passed away. I talked to steve. On friday and matt said yes. And steve said great. Let's get going monday. We're making the movie. And i said great and steve passed away on sunday. It was just horrible. It was the worst the worst such a good guy. I'm this amazing guy. And like you know what i loved about. Steve golan was he was the kind of. I met stephen a hotel new york and he said what are you got i go. I haven't written. But i liked this story about this roughneck ghost. Oklahoma had an old draft. I don't want you to see me. Start from scratch. And he said okay. Let's make it. And that was it. And i knew he was one of those guys that we were gonna make it and he said what do you need. I said you don't have to pay me. Just pay these french writers and we're good to go and he said okay and you know he had great taste but he also knew how to get movies made and and didn't necessarily wasn't thinking ahead of had market just wanted to tell original stories. i will. I couldn't see anybody else in the part which is always a testament to someone's performance certainly your direction and i generally have Ever since my first film accountable stupidly written with certain actors in mind and sometimes you get lucky. Sometimes you don't but it seemed like Matt saying yes really was the impetus for you to really push the film forward. And i just couldn't imagine about ills in the park. Yeah i mean look at that happens but looks right movies for other people and they say no. I've done it and then you're like oh but you realize you've written something so specific it starts to apply right and starts to play with matt. What made it so great was knowledge. You'd say yeah but like two weeks later. We're in oklahoma together like it's amazing for a guy that's done that many movies how passionate he is about every bit of the work like the details like he really wanted to dig in and like that's inspiring and you feel that all the way down like it's very generous and collaborative and creative spirit that sort of starts to inspire everyone you know question and you look at the actors that he's shared the screen with that he they. Everybody has such a different approach. Me and my world jeff. Bridges has a very different approach than robert divall. Yup and you have to understand how to direct just worked with bail on ford verse ferrari and i don't think i'm blowing matt out here. But he was just kept talking. About how great bail is now deep. Bail goes now. It's like you know you can do that right like you do it to your pretty good and like if you need to go that deep and just do it stop thinking about it and let yourself go there and and we literally you could just see his sort of you know..

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"steve goal" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"steve goal" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"In the show and in the film right up to the Day players who just kind of come in and we used a lot of local casting in this because marseille who are excellent. What's yeah they were just great faces and great people and so game and so where he and every one of them because you know in marseille the dialects different so it wouldn't matter as much this audience but if you're from paris french people in here you know we needed that sound. I needed them to sound like they're from that region so the detective at the end. Yeah everybody there's just so many great roles that were just really enjoyable to cast. But i think with each actor it was like you know. We're talking about dissipated dinner but like with matt. It was just really felt like you know look. We went to oklahoma together matinee. We drove a row. I sat with roughnecks. We just kept talking talking talking really ultimately giving him permission to just not be matt damon. I think that was the biggest thing just like just everyday letting him know. You can totally get lost in this. No one here knows you. You're going to look different. You're gonna walk different. You're gonna move different. Your your rhythm is going to be different and your integrity will be different. What what you are is going to be different so it was really neat. Just giving him the sort of. I think not that he needs it but that little extra boost to kind of dive in come to that in a moment but in terms of having made all of your films here and then you go and you make a film in france. How difficult was it to communicate with the crew. Did you have a translator speaking french apart from. You're not that hard man. Those guys are just they're ballers there. They know how to make movies. They've been doing it for a long time. They make a lot of film community. They really embrace their own movies. They're movie is incredibly vibrant and they found a way and i spoke just enough to get by and it was really exciting. What happened really was interesting. This movie and steve goal and moan was my wonderful producer. Who passed away before we made. It sorta did back napkin and what it would cost and he just underestimated it because the cost of going to marseille was huge and so we had to shrink in a way. Our cost was going up and my crews were shrinking. And i remember film messina. My wonderful production designer called me. He's like so it was just like an independent movie now and i was like no. It's not an independent movie. Because we're spending way too much money and i would never get you and masa and wall all these other wonderful people in carin if it was an independent movie. I just couldn't afford you so we're european movie now so now. There's a lot of talented people working with less and being more hands on. So that means phil you're going to be on set with me. You're not going to be three days ahead of me. And it made a difference and you know masa always operates anyway so just like suddenly. My team was sort of more together all the time in terms of my keys and you could feel it in how we were and like deeply supported by our majority. French grew what i loved about the film as you have very direct and kind of unselfconsciously aesthetic Which is i mentioned to you. Last time i was on the stage before the pandemic i interviewed a clint eastwood for the film that he had. That was just coming out On richard jewel and it reminds me of his aesthetic. I mean if you look closely you think oh. This is a film that could have dreamt that it's it isn't showy but it's so powerful in so clear and what it wants to say Did you in. Mazda did whether films that you looked at. This is the third film and tom mentioned he. And i share cinematographer. Was this the third the third time you've worked with him. Not specifically. We do talk a lot on movies. There's none that like we kind of you know earmarked is like that's our aesthetic. I think we were just building on what we've done. Quite frankly and i think we both feel like you know we believe in stepping back and really letting the world and the actors play right in sort of giving them that space to do it and in this case we're very static in in oklahoma. We're using a slightly different and more thickly changed. And we're anamour. If it can oklahoma kind of wide frame with short depth of field just so we could just be really isolate matt really feel his isolation and his grounded nece and then then. When we got to marseilles we we went spherical went very hand-held went just moved the camera more. We wanted to feel the energy and it was a little dirtier. The frame was just thirty. Or which is marseille In a great way. So i think that's those are the kind of choices when trying to grab this. But they're still a classical storytelling approach to what i do. Even though this structure is very unclassical right the structure of the movie and is very unclassical. And its approach. So it's combining those those elements. And i think that is a bit of a nod european so making too right like what they do. So you know i think for all of us. It was really just trying to find a tone. I think tone is everything we knew we were going to be moving through genre and different story points and different moments that we're going to sort of be unexpected for an audience but the tone had to remain really i think that's always the directors greatest task right. Hold the tone. If you hold the tone and the performances of solid the audience will have a path the locations that you and your production designer really spectacular really grounded film in in a in a non terrific marseille which i really appreciate it. What were you. What were you looking for when you were scouting. Just that right. Not the postcard. We didn't want the postcard of the city or france. And we we knew. We were in american team primarily setting up there and we needed to feel authentic. This wasn't a backdrop right. It wasn't the born movies where drop in all these great european cities to great effect. I love those movies. This we need to feel inside we needed to live with it and it's incredibly subtle but it's incredibly specific right so we needed to kind of like we didn't shoot on a stage and in all of marseille every location was live and it was just like we were lucky as you said. We were fortunate to be able to do this to go find that and live in it and it certainly provides the actors which is so crucial to just this reality that they can live in and then finally you know matt's character. By the time it gets the marseille he was so formed. it was just fun watching him move through. The city was like sandwich bag. Even what's hat subway saying. Yeah but that was the thing we're like all right. Where was the subway okay. There's one three blocks down there. He would go there every single night because he has no no intent on sort of investing in the culture in any way until he's sort of finds himself there with version. I think it's one of the most immersive performances. I've seen from that in some time. Which is testament to your direction and script and both of you really doing the research to for him to be believable as someone who's roughnecks i. I bought every every moment of it in matt isn't a torey. Ously selective actor. What was the process of getting him. Attached had you send him scripts in the past. Have he has said we never worked out. Isn't it just know some of was timing. Is it always and everything. But this was really quick and he was sort of top on my list. I think we felt like we needed an actor of that stature. Not just to get the movie made. But i needed someone to audiences both in america and globally to be like. Oh he's a hero. He has integrity. He's going to do the right thing. Because we knew we're at a moment in time where we had to start subverting expectations not just cinematic but in terms of humanity you know we had to like weird where two different everything was sort of upside down so i want an audience to come in.

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"steve goal" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"steve goal" Discussed on 600 WREC

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"steve goal" Discussed on Toys & Tech of the Trade

Toys & Tech of the Trade

08:38 min | 2 years ago

"steve goal" Discussed on Toys & Tech of the Trade

"You know every every bit of time that she can spend my daughter especially working during the day The gym kind of took a back seat for that reason though she tried to get in and do classes and stuff which is what she really enjoyed especially because the gym. I go to his twenty four hour gym in during the daytime. It was extremely crowded but my wife loves her classes and I was originally considering getting her. Appel Tom by just because she liked doing spin when she went to the gym and I thought how why not get a Peleton bike. I think you can finance now and I've heard nothing but good things if anybody out there that I know besides Anna's using a Peleton bike or or Peleton treadmill and has had you know positive experiences negative experiences. Definitely shoot me a line Rich rage works dot net or via social. I'd love to learn a bit more about it and I'd rather hear from people that are going to give me something. Genuine versus some sort of manufactured. Review Steve's recommendation is I really thought was complete. Bs until I researched a bit more and he said a no contact door opener. So when I when I when I got his email and he wrote that I didn't understand so I emailed him back and I said what. Do you mean no contact door opener. And he basically sent me a photo of it and looks like a almost like a skeleton key like those old school keys to open like jail cells and basically you it has a loop on one end and then the front of it looks of like a key almost like an L. And you can use it to turn Door handles pull doors touch key pads on ATM's and Card you know credit card machines etc and I asked him I'm like why is that so important and he was saying that you know he's a he's a huge germophobic and he ended up just buying it one day when he was commuting in the city from some guy but the one that he got broke it was plastic. He bought a metal one off of Amazon and he has been using it ever since and he feels that it has been instrumental in allowing him to not touch anything. Well all right. Steve Goal after. He sent me that and answer some questions for me. I did go on Amazon and I checked it out and sure as sure as hell. There are indeed lots of no contact door openers. Funny thing after I did some research and I looked into it. My wife mentioned that her her office company wants to buy those door openers and you know monogram them or put the company's logo and give them to employees which is which was just insane when. I read it but damn I guess I guess that's where we're going For anybody that's interested in picking one of those up they they're going to run you between eight and ten dollars of them are made of brass. There are some that are made of plastic. Better cheaper The one Steve said he picked up off Amazon was was brass. I but he said he thinks it's brass but in any case I'll put a link to it in the show notes for this episode of you're interested in scoring yourself a no contact door opener. I can't even believe I'm saying that but Strange Times. We're living in folks. John. Hit Me with one. Which I could have said was something I was using if I were still commuting to work. But he's an essential worker much respect to you John. Thank you for Your Service. And he is using the air pods pro. He's had nothing drowns out the subway better than my brand new air pods pro which are in my opinion substantially a better set of headphones then my previous air pods. They stay in my ears. They're comfortable and I can wear them without my ear lobes and ear an inner ear hurting from the sharp edges of the original air pods. I'M NOT GONNA lie I use the regular air pods and I have a small ear canal and I don't really when I initially bought them. I used to have some pain when I put them in the ears and put them in my ears and wear them for a while but what ended up happening after a while is that they just became va. They would just become slippery. That was the biggest annoyance with my air pods that I still struggle with until I learned a better way to wear them was the fact that you if you want to the gym and you would sweat and the would pool in your ear. They would slip out which was just such a pain and unusually drove me back to using the beats headphones that I had that would just have the ear hook behind the ears but I ended up going back to the air pods and once. I figured out a comfortable way to wear them. I definitely can understand where he's coming from. They have been great. Just keep them in their little case they hang on off my keys so always have headphones at all times Maria said my instant. Pot has been a godsend as I have been eating and eating and eating and eating non stop all right. Maria cool As an instant pot owner myself. I've definitely started using it more just because we're buying a lot more food in bulk. Were cooking for a lot more people and it just cuts It cuts a lot of time offer certain things that we wanted to make. I mean. Recently we did ribs in the instant pot which just sounds ridiculous but we ended up doing the ribs in the pod. They came out beautiful even though they had terrible color. But what I ended up doing was once they came out of the INSTA- pot. I threw him on my grill. Outside gave him some Nice. You know scorch marks. They looked really colorful. They you know they had nice color and it. Wasn't you know boiled meat? Which is what you would think initially came out really well and Yeah that's a that's a hell of an awesome co-signed instant pot is Definitely worthwhile actually picked up an air FRYER and That's that's dope too. I've been doing some. We've been doing some cool stuff in the Air Friar Bacon. Especially if you're if you're looking for something to do with your Air Fryer Bulk Make Bacon. You will not regret it. Oh and pork belly definitely pork belly goes in there too so there you have it. Those are are Qna answers for this episodes quarantine addition QNA I did want to mention that. We're GONNA try and do more Q. And A. Episodes by by all means if you have any suggestions for a future. Qna feel free to shoot me an email. Richard Rage works dot net. It's always good to have different. Qna's on deck to interact with the audience and even if we're not doing Qa episode and you have a question that you want answered Feel free to reach out via the email address or the contact form on the site and either a will read it on a future episode or will respond to you directly all right. That's going to wrap up this episode of Toys. 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"steve goal" Discussed on The SpaRetailer Podcast

The SpaRetailer Podcast

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"steve goal" Discussed on The SpaRetailer Podcast

"On these. Yeah i think i think clear. Communication with your staff has never been more important than right now and involving them in the process of of what you're thinking through and what you're doing to protect them and protect their business protect your business and their business kind of we all want to be seen as an essential service right now and then for the states that at the states in the townships that do let us continue operating. You just wanna make sure that your employees feel comfortable with the measures that you're putting to keep them safe. I mean you see things all the time about people who are working and have to still be working going into the office and how some of them feel like they're just being taken advantage of and they don't feel like they should be there right now that their employers are looking out for them. You're seeing that with you. Know like amazon and fast food workers. And you definitely don't want to be in that you want to make that your employees feel comfortable about coming into work and doing their jobs and that you care about their health and safety more than sales which you know of course you do. But of course they're also incredibly worried about your business. So you really have to find the balance and i think that communication and that empathy and making sure that you invest the time in hearing them and understanding them and training them. I think is going to make a huge difference in in keeping them. Comfortable and Engaged in their job right now with everything that's going on which is is an important thing so one of the things i think people are hearing about is a small business administration Pay paycheck protection program and in a lot of what they're hearing the. I think there's a lot of misinformation We've had lots of discussions we've had Some of our Board members have friends who are lawyers who have misperceptions lawyers making the wrong statements and i think you know being able to communicate to your employees. Here's what we're doing to protect your job. The small business administration is helping us. This program will help. But it's it's it only goes so far it does. It's not a forever program as you know explaining to people the terms of that so they understand that we all need to keep moving forward is key In and then the other piece that i've found is incredibly important is with the lack of physical connectivity with people that we have to spend more time on a verbal connectivity and we have to invest that time whether it's one to one or in small groups It's really key to to spend the time in to actually listen to what people are dealing with In in how. They're what challenges they're having are probably different now than before I'll you know. Steve goals seen Sorry stevie i outed your last name. There didn't do that Big ticket leads are much more qualified than ever. This is something that you know. You're finding that out because you're You're listening to your customers and you're listening probably tear employees to In in looking for the silver linings like you talked about in showing and demonstrating the people. what's going on And then Sky you've commented on the fact that You're communicating daily with your team members health and wellness being the most important thing and their customers are part.

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"steve goal" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"steve goal" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Six eight ten five people were stabbed over the weekend of the home of the rabbi in Rockland county New York Steve goal the co president of the Jewish federation of Rockland county says for this to happen during the festival of Hanukkah is a double tragedy last night I look my seventh candle and when I click the candle I said I hope there's not gonna be another anti semitic incidents the way they were with the prior six days unfortunately that wish didn't happen New York governor Andrew Cuomo called the incident domestic terrorism veggie noodle says it's voluntarily recalling its CC's brand French fresh veggie Rahman with chicken broth due to concerns the A. contain may be contaminated with Listeria veggie noodle gets its hard boiled eggs from Georgia based all mark foods which recalled its hard boiled eggs earlier this month all markets expanded its recall twice to involve even more products news and analysis of town hall dot com former president to the US Supreme Court democratic presidential candidate and former vice president Joe Biden says he would not be opposed to nominating his former boss to a seat on the Supreme Court if you were elected president when asked at a campaign event in Washington Iowa Biden said yes he nominate former president Obama to the High Court if you would accept if that happened Mr Obama would be only the second former president to put on a robe since former president Taft was Chief Justice from nineteen twenty one to nineteen thirty to have served as president from nineteen oh nine to nineteen thirteen rounder roster reporting an Afghan official says the Taliban staged a pre dawn attack on a pro government militia compound in the country's north killing fourteen members of the Afghan security forces the Taliban quickly claimed responsibility for the attack the Taliban control or hold sway over half of Afghanistan is staged near daily attacks war on these stories at town hall dot com this is the sound of wiper blades clearing a.

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"steve goal" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"steve goal" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"How do you want to cheer squad give me a one what what spell anything what news five people were standard a Hanukkah celebration a rabbi's home just outside of New York City Steve goal the co president of the Jewish federation of Rockland county says for this to happen during the festival of Hanukkah is a double tragedy last night I look my seventh candle and when I lit the candle I said I hope there's not gonna be another anti semitic incident the way they were with the prior six days unfortunately that wish didn't happen two men were killed seven others wounded by gunfire when a group filming a rap music video was ambushed near Houston the Travis county sheriff's office confirms that thirty two year old Jennifer to moma and bocce was pregnant at the time of her death her brother twenty five year old Michael a blog as been charged with her murder the gale BJ radar weather watch low overnight in the low thirties I'm Robert would give news on demanded news ready okay I'll be J. dot com market Melinda for the United Way of central Texas is out with a study this morning saying forty two percent of the families who lost families of four are struggling to pay their monthly bills.

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"steve goal" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"steve goal" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Show sorry I'm not sorry not sorry that I turned down and noticed the queue he would be very impressed with yourself data that I can use it live are you a citizen or are you a subject because I'm a citizen and I'll ask whatever question I want to win ever I want to if your subject you go on and you be a subject I'm a citizen the new show and the second thing it was really irks me because I I heard the vice president said that you got a PhD you can come right into this country well that's playing it with Republicans watched some immigrants against other immigrants some more wait that's racist right I don't even know anymore I don't even know what's gonna show third hour idealism footer for sold in a lesson in the face so he won the debate came last night a man I don't know I think Biden held his own I think Joe brands completely out gabber did okay but I don't believe she's gone anywhere fees fee yeah maybe maybe yeah maybe we should have a bet on the show because I think it could be I don't gamble harassed by because they're going after each other pretty hard just because I'm too grading but as far I you know what I did I would have to say I guess if anybody was to win last night so bad I guess would be Biden looks like if you look at all the searches that were done during the debate and after the debate Joe Biden was dominant in most of the colored people searching for who is Joe what is is is Joe Biden but I think they want a clarification so the some of his income on it and a quality stuff that they got talking about there's they've been to gallop surveys and nobody's nobody cares about that my attack nobody cares they don't care at all at all so that was bad for Democrats to focus so much on that last night all my guys they focused so much on it so the one of the other I mean look at my notes here because there were a couple and I got a couple of other things that I want to get into the the ratings for the Democrat debate we're down of course they were they were really really down no I don't think a lot of people then I don't think a lot of people are interested in what I'm most fascinated to see is Sanders Biden and Harris and the judge to edge edge all in one thing together so that's what I am most interested in seeing happen that's what will be in September right yeah but I mean that's what's supposed to happen in September and they have to actually increase the because not all of these people can get in this debate we need to now start model and I don't know what honestly no one cares what Jay Inslee says nobody or Michael Bennett es gay Mister Mackey this is really sounds like this is the rule I can say this on it last night it was like he sounds like Steve Dr Steve goal for your health the role of the grocer.

"steve goal" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

09:53 min | 3 years ago

"steve goal" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Now the daily show a news ninety six point five W. E. B. and the second thing is really irks me because I heard the vice president say that you got a PhD you can come right into this country well that's playing it with Republicans wants to pick some immigrants against other immigrants for more wait that's racist right we I don't even know anymore I don't even know what the show third hour idealism professional Dallas on on a faith so he won the debate came last night a man I don't know I think Biden held his own I think Joe brands completely out gabber did okay but I don't believe she's gone anywhere fees for me yeah maybe maybe yeah maybe we should have a bet on the show because I think it could be I Campbell Heris button because they're going after each other pretty hard just because I'm too grading but I as far I you know what I did I would have to say I guess if anybody was to win last night so bad I guess would be Biden this looks like if you look at all the searches that were done during the debate and after the debate Joe Biden was dominant in most of the colored people searching for who is all about is is Joe Biden but I think they want a clarification so the some of his income and a quality stuff that they got talking about there's David to gallop surveys and nobody's nobody cares about that my attack nobody cares they don't care at all at all so that was bad for her Democrats to focus so much on that last night oh my gosh they focused so much on it so the one of the other move look at my notes here because there were a couple and I got a couple of other things that I want to get into the the ratings for the Democrat debate we're down of course they were they were really really down no I don't think a lot of people been I don't think a lot of people are interested in what I most fascinated to see is Sanders Biden and Harris and judge to edge edge all in one thing together so that's what I am most interested in seeing happen that's what will be in September right yeah I mean it's what's supposed to happen in September and they have to actually increase the because not all of these people can get in this debate we need to now start with Elena dot know what honestly no one cares what Jay Inslee says nobody or Michael Bennett es gay Mister Mackey this is sounds like this is the rule I can say this on it last night it was like he sounds like Steve Dr Steve goal for your health the role of the grocer it sounds like Chauncey Riley as Dr Steve Bril so good all my gosh it was good so yeah they're just there this is September is gonna be that'll be interesting there there just going home a campaign at this point Congress is out of session they're not coming back to September it's all good and we'll see what happens after that one of the points that they were making last night when they who was it call here is Angela Bremer heading out at trump and they were specifically talking about the separation of kids at the border which by the way has been a policy that even break predates Obama and trump did it he continued then then he signed executive order and do not listen to this this is another focus as so I believe that we should have a civil violation no president before president trump enforce the law in the way he's enforce it because he's using it as the price to watch women and children to separate mothers and babies to put them behind bars I don't think we should have a law on the books that can be so misused it should be a civil violation and we should make sure that we treat people humanely mom hi am you realize that there was an inspector general report that came out and found a disproportionate number of children were just like sold as the way to explica Florez amendment and get in the United States in fact it's eighty dollars for a baby eighty dollars remaining and it's something that that even those who have been eight of people involved and and the welfare of those crossing the border at their actually concerned about it that's why because they that's why they actually started doing cheek swabs at some of the facilities because they were trying to make sure that these kids were actually who they said they were they were with because of the IG report that came out and it was done by DHS for that year ago to transcend an executive order ending the separation policy so he used and that had been a lioness double slob pre dating even his administration but he signed a an executive order ending at but I will say you need to realize when people are arrested for crimes in this country even if they're detained on a misdemeanor you cannot bring your child with you in a custody same same that's never worked that way it is still crime it's a crime just like it's a crime if I were to walk like live well and they are easy to walk across the Rio walk across three on in Mexico I would be committing a crime anywhere else I'd be committing a crime it's a crime you have to enter illegally and I still can't believe that it's not there's not enough attention focused on first off you don't have to go to the border to file for asylum you can go and you can I mean if they're coming from I don't know whether it's Honduras or Guatemala they can go to and they go through Mexico go through Mexico City you can go through and go to the US embassy there and you can file for asylum you don't you can file for someone in your own country don't have to go to the border to do so you don't have to go to a little port of entry to feature to file for asylum and it doesn't necessarily mean that everyone who files for sale is going to get in either and the other thing is that it's not just we need a better vetting process all the way around because it's not just those instances that we should be concerned about I mean let's not forget one of the nine eleven after a couple of them but one of the nine eleven hijackers got a visa coming in and there was all this discussion about those individuals who are highly trained and they're professionals and a there intact and all this stuff and we wanna make sure that word we're getting these individuals and sort of not really fast tracking them but for the lack of a better way to put it making sure that they're able to get in okay well he was one of those guys so we need of the better vetting process no matter the level we're also being over run at the border but many many many people so why are the Democrats de incentivize like why wouldn't they be incentivize instead they're incentivizing more people coming by decriminalizing and it's only just exasperated problem if they're not they're not fixing anything by decriminalizing illegal cross that it's going to get worse my gosh and you will so greatly in power the cartels because you don't cross and like this is I would talk about before them and I've been down to the border several times I've seen it I know I've talked to the border agents I and can I just say I met out of all the border agents that I've met two of them were just plain old white dudes majority border patrol are actually Hispanic and the families that are disproportionately affected by this are Hispanic those in Hispanic communities that's something that's not really there's not enough of them I think awareness given to those two things it's incredibly important so a couple of things I'm gonna switch gears robot racism this is an actual peace that published over at CNN that's legit the headline the first line have you ever noticed the popularity of white robots whether it's Will Smith iRobot eve from wall E. all kinds of stuff or they look at Boston dynamics they even look at NASA's Valerie all of that they say it's all made of shiny white material and some real life humanoid robots are modeled after what celebrities like Audrey Hepburn Scarlett Johannson and they say the reason for these shades of technological white maybe racism okay like five years ago they have overplayed their hand on racism they're just pushing farther and farther yeah this makes no sense they say F. O. N. A.'s and that one a I bought the real creepy one Sophia they say she was modeled after Audrey Hepburn she's a white real I think she's creepy she doesn't look like a white person she looks like a demon to me she's like a little blue I demand she's crazy looking to me that robot the wanted yeah I was talking about getting autonomy yes the creepy you're literally just the head and shoulders with all your so weird but they said yeah it's it's because you know how are you ever if robots are supposed to function as teachers friends or cares and it's gonna be serious problem of all these rules are only ever occupied by white rock on my gosh I just this is a real thing that we're really losing sleep over I guess they say they want robots in more than just white is there a reason why they're all I think this is totally stupid but is there a reason why don't doesn't matter why did the absence of color no it's the absence of any sort of culture right so the thing is wouldn't robots what's robot culture you just don't have it there's no real what culture so I think they're saying the absence of culture is white then I guess I don't know that sounds too deep to serve basis and I wanna probably have culture you certainly can't appropriate anyone's culture right now according to the rules I don't know everything Patterson everybody's Irish we write it but there's people that really hate that but I just find it funny that that you can't appropriate anymore so the it's the really the absence of culture is what they're trying to align with races I hate the word appropriate because it should be cultural exchange ninety percent of where we are in this world right now everything is so stupid this may seem to us I feel like who's the guy that lay down for a long nap Rumpelstiltskin without him kind of what you know Mike is it gonna be better or just more stupid in the future I don't know gosh I'm gonna be talking to a bunch of young people tonight.

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"steve goal" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

09:07 min | 3 years ago

"steve goal" Discussed on KDOW

"Is encouraged you know talking about how the were my gang members pointed out to me sent me this is a saying where it you know there's a lot of academies they come such academies over the different categories are they train you how to trade stocks invest in stocks and or seven day course the average academy around the country charges about five thousand four three four thousand dollars for seven days any lab uses im pei knew about nine dollars and twenty nine cents for seven days and thanks a lot you gotta understand how this all started fills gang my son have cancer and thank god there he survive so I said I'm gonna make a deal with the guy upstairs and you know the big trading room in the sky and do something so I started out twenty years ago now I know how to do is you know trade so I said I'll help people I help make money because the stock market is a bunch of B. S. very few people make money in the stock market because it's designed that way the average guy like the four one K. is a joke you don't make money with a foreign cake is not designed as a as a retirement fund it never watch the four oh one K. was the tax code that joined you wait if you were a CEO of a company and you had your pension and remember what a pension as a pension is the companies responsible to make sure when you retire you are for the company twenty years thirty years you work for that company and the day you retire their response was you have enough money to live the same lifestyle as you were working that's how it work so the CEOs they were get perks like for example golf membership that we be worth twenty thousand dollars fifty they don't pay tax on that there be bonuses then why pay tax on it so the they had enough clout enough money they could by Congress in the past of what they called a four oh one K. tax code where they could take the bonuses and put him in there four oh one K. still a subsidized the pension fund it was actually so when they when all the geniuses on Wall Street our owners the one one hundredth of one percent and let me put it in perspective your sixty nine million six nine million homeowners in this country of the sixty nine million they make up two thousand eight hundred of the sixty nine million so small a group that they own a control everything we're talking a Leon mush we're talkin Gyorgy bread warmed by office depot on Carl Icahn route for that kind of person they control everything they're the big well they're the big businesses stress who make all the big decisions they control the federal reserve think about the sixty nine million homeowners and you have twenty eight hundred others sick you know who control everything make all the big decisions they control our country's monopolies including waste management pharmaceuticals the tobacco industry utilities railroads cable media they control everything they control the fake news they own our politicians who they put in place member a politician is it one of our owners the politicians that bodies they've been put in place by our owners warned Boston Steve goal in the twenty eight house home how's the homeowners as sixty nine million they put them in place and their job was to keep the politicians they put in place to create illusion that we have freedom of choice what do you not and when they launch the economy I was at the what yeah I I laughed about that you know I was watching an old movie last night it's great movie it was a Tom Hanks was Apollo eleven and NASA it was it's amazing thing about NASA we look into NASA now so that when they launched a space shuttle they have a warning system to detect red flags right such as smoke detection fire detection cabin pressure detection memory lost mode detection high and low weight limit detection so they have all these in the space and those in the shuttle these these detection to warn you to warn the pies to keep them safe your safety comes first check the astronauts so I'm thinkin that was supposed to be the job of the federal reserve when the federal reserve launches an attack and economy they're supposed to protect the economy when I lost you can just push to protect us our investments to monitor them so our citizens will benefit from our investments so to keep our economy and sound footing the focus on helping working families right in the middle class family who are the foundation of this country's economy as they create this country's seventy this country startup businesses which provides seventy percent of the nation god remember this remember this the middle class if you don't have a strong middle class I remember the middle class used to have the most distribution of money they they they used to they used to know Margaret middle class right now shrinking there want to got to start up businesses going there to want to create seven percent of the jobs with their almost nothing now yet the federal reserve and its owner the one one hundredth of one percent the twenty eight homeowners a sixty nine million households they project yeah I left there's not as much but they got a whole program protector astronauts when they watch them when the federal reserve launches an economy they don't protect us who they put charge they protect the one percent the top one percent and let's put it in perspective who they are of the sixty nine million homeowners they make up one million other homes show everything that happens remember the politicians are put in place to create the illusion okay that that that that that we have a choice which we don't and and and remember the one one hundredth of one percent think their whole job is to take care of the top one percent this is an amazing a lighter wash just like they lied about our health care we could keep our doctors our help the church when they lie about the economy so here's Paul they they are owners put Paul in place she's the head of the central bank and now he's saying that he's going to lower rates each they're a lower rate each it makes a sound like yeah because things are going so I think you look at the data about the US economy currently it's in a very strong position so either lower rates because the economy is in very good condition John could not the lower rage when you carry is not in good condition in fact just like now so we too have a warning system when they launch when they launch the federal reserve launches economy like yes Sir we had detection too for for danger we detect negative housing stars detect negative pending home sales data to detect negative durable goods orders to detect weakening treasury yields to detect transport sector it if that's it going down in all of those right now are all going down but they're telling us their lord Russia's economy is great but here's the thing so the stock markets are going to rally the market by doing lower rich doing more stock buybacks and 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"steve goal" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:14 min | 3 years ago

"steve goal" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You know talking about how the were my gang members pointed out to me sent me this saying where is it you know there's a lot of academies income such academies over the different categories are they train you how to trade stocks investing stocks and or seven day course the average academy around the country charge about five thousand four three four thousand dollars for seven days the lab pieces I'm paying you about nine dollars and twenty nine cents for seven days and thanks a lot you gotta understand how this all started fills gang my son have cancer and thank god there he survive so I said I'm gonna make a deal with the guy upstairs and you know the big trading room in the sky and do something so I started out twenty years ago and all I know how to do is you know trade show I said I'll help people I help make money because the stock market is a bunch of B. S. very few people make money in the stock market because it's designed that way the average guy like the four one K. is a joke you don't make money with a foreign cake is not designed as a as a retirement fund it never watch the four oh one K. was the tax code that joined you wait if you were a CEO of a company and you had your pension and remember what a pension as a pension is the companies responsible to make sure when you retire you are for the company twenty years thirty years you work for that company and the day you retire their response was to have enough money to live the same lifestyle as you were working that's how it work so the CEOs they were get perks like for example golf membership that we bring worth twenty thousand dollars fifty they don't pay tax on that there be bonuses they don't want pay tax on it so the they had enough clout of mine they could by Congress in the past of what they called a four oh one K. tax code where they could take the bonuses and Porter in their four oh one case to a subsidized the pension fund it was that X. code so when they when all the geniuses on Wall Street our owners the one one hundredth of one percent and let me put it in perspective your sixty nine million six nine million homeowners in this country of the sixty nine million they make up two thousand eight hundred of the sixty nine million so small a group that they own a control everything we're talking the Leon mush we're talking sure G. bread warmed by office depot on Carl Icahn route for that kind of person they control everything they're the big well there's a big businesses stress who make all the big decisions they control the federal reserve think about the sixty nine million homeowners and you have twenty eight hundred of the six you know who control everything make all the big decisions they control our country's monopolies including waste management pharmaceuticals the tobacco industry utilities railroads cable media they control everything they control the fake news they own our politicians who they put in place member a politician is it one of our owners the politicians that bodies they've been put in place by our owners worn off and Steve goal in the twenty eight household how's the homeowners as sixty nine million they put them in place and their job was to produce the politicians they put in place to create illusion that we have freedom of choice what do you not and when they launched the economy I was at the out yeah I I laughed about that you know I was watching an old movie last night it's great movie it was a Tom Hanks was Apollo eleven and NASA it was it's amazing thing about NASA we look into NASA now so that when they launch the space shuttle they have a warning system to detect red flags right such as smoke detection fire detection cabin pressure detection memory lost mode detection a high and low weight limit detection so they have all these in the space and those in the shuttle these these detection to warn you to warn the pies to keep them safe the safety comes first check the astronauts so I'm thinkin that was supposed to be the job of the federal reserve when the federal reserve launches an attack an economy they're supposed to protect the economy when they lost the supposed to protect us our investments to monitor them so our services will benefit from our investments so to keep our economy and sound footing the focus on helping working families first to the middle class family who are the foundation of this country's economy as they create this country's seventy this country startup businesses which provides seventy percent of the nation god remember this remember this the middle class if you don't have a strong middle class I remember the middle class used as the most distribution of money they they they used to they used to know Margaret middle class right now shrinking there want to got to start up businesses going there to want to create seven percent of the jobs with their almost nothing now yet the federal reserve and its owners the one one hundredth of one percent the twenty eight homeowners a sixty nine million households they project yeah I left there's no they got a whole program protector astronauts when they watch them when the federal reserve launches an economy they don't protect us who they protect they protect the one percent the top one percent and let's put it in perspective who they are of the sixty nine million homeowners they make up one million other homes so everything that happens member the politicians are put in place the crate allusion okay that that that that that we have a choice we could go and and and remember the one one hundredth of one percent they they're hold jobs to take care of the top one percent this is an amazing a lighter wash just like they lied about our health care we could keep our doctors our help the church when they lie about the economy so here's Paul they they their owners put Paul in place she's the head of the central bank and now he's saying that he's going to lower rates each go to a lower rate each it makes a sound like yeah because things are going so I think you look at the data about the US economy currently it's in a very strong position so either lower rates because the economy is in in very good condition John could not the lower rates when you carry is not in good condition in fact just like now so we too have a warning system when they launch when they launch the federal reserve launches economy like Nasser we had detection too for danger we detect negative housing stars detect negative pending home sales data to detect negative durable goods orders to detect weakening treasury yields to detect transport sector it that's it going down in all of those right now are all going down what you're telling us there lord Russia's economy is great but here's the thing so the stock markets are going to rally the market by doing lower rich doing more stock buybacks and what you should be in the market with this our six doctor we've been for three years we're long we're buying it even though we know the head winds are terrible because we will be out in time our members will be out in time for nine dollars and twenty nine cents a week against a competitor who charges you four thousand are you kidding you'll be out in time it was I need to fill the last group up a twenty today's the last day call now you're free car.

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"steve goal" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:33 min | 3 years ago

"steve goal" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"They own our politicians who they put in place member a politician is it one of our owners the politicians that buddies they've been put in place by our owners warned Boston Steve goal in the twenty eight house home how's the homeowners as sixty nine million they put them in place and their job was to produce the politicians they put in place to create illusion that we have freedom of choice what do you not and when they launch the economy I was so out yeah I I laughed about that you know I was watching an old movie last night it's great movie it was a Tom Hanks was Apollo eleven and NASA it was it's amazing thing about NASA we look into NASA NASA when they launched a space shuttle they have a warning system to detect red flags right such as smoke detection fire detection cabin pressure detection memory lost mode detection of high and low weight limit detection so they have all these in the space and those in the shuttle these this detection to warn you to warn the pies to keep them safe the safety comes first to protect the astronauts so I'm thinkin that was supposed to be the job of the federal reserve when the federal reserve launches an attack and economy they're supposed to protect the economy when I lost you cut disposed to protect us our investments to monitor them so our citizens will benefit from our investments so to keep our economy and sound footing the focus on helping working families first to the middle class family who are the foundation of this country's economy as they create this country's seventy this country startup businesses which provides seventy percent of the nation god remember this remember this the middle class if you don't have a strong middle class I remember the middle class used as the most distribution of money they they they used to they used to know Margaret middle class right now shrinking they're the ones who got to start up businesses going there to want to create seven percent of the jobs with their almost nothing now yet the federal reserve manage owners the one one hundredth of one percent the twenty eight homeowners a sixty nine million households they protect I don't you know I left there's no they got a whole program protector astronauts when they watch them when the federal reserve launches an economy they don't protect us who they protect they protect the one percent the top one percent and let's put it in perspective who they are of the sixty nine million homeowners they make up one million other homes so everything that happens member the politicians are put in place the crate allusion okay the the the that that we have a choice which we don't and and and remember the one one hundredth of one percent think their whole job is to take care of the top one percent this is an amazing a lighter wash just like they lied about our health care we could keep our doctors our help the church one they've lied about the economy so here's Paul they they their owners put Paul in place she's the head of the central bank and now he's saying that he's going to lower rates each go to a lower rate each it makes a sound like yeah because things are going so I think you look at the data about the US economy currently it's in a very strong position so either lower gracious economies in in very good condition John could not the lower rates when you carry is not in good condition in fact just like now so we too have a warning system when they launch when they launch the federal reserve launches economy like yes Sir we have detection tune for danger we detect negative housing stars detect negative pending home sales data to detect negative durable goods orders to detect weakening treasury yields to detect transport sector if if that's it going down in all of those right now are all going down but they're telling us their lord Russia's economy is great but here's the thing so the stock markets are going to rally the market by doing lower rich doing more stock buybacks and what you should be in the market with us our six doctor we've been for three years we're long we're buying it even though we know the head winds are terrible because we will be out in time our members will be out in time for nine dollars and twenty nine cents a week against a competitor who charges you four thousand are you kidding you'll be out in time it was I need to fill the last group up a twenty today's the last day call now you're free chart this thirty.

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"steve goal" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"steve goal" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

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01:46 min | 3 years ago

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"steve goal" Discussed on KGO 810

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08:09 min | 3 years ago

"steve goal" Discussed on KGO 810

"Here. Gordon, who's Tarik? Well, he is the chief of Foxconn. He founded the company founded in Taiwan, he moved into China where costs were cheaper. He is now the world's largest contract manufacturer of and by the way, he's running for the nomination presidential nomination of the golden Dong the now opposition party in Taiwan. And by the way, John he saying some suspicious things making it appear that he might be stalking horse for that terrible country that we talk about China. We need help. Stay V8.'s was national security deputy national security adviser in the Bush administration's the vice president is CEO at DC international has much experience looking at the world from Taipei's point of view. This is an independent Republican democracy being threatened constantly by missiles and remarks by the red Chinese stave tag was very well to do man. He's also powerful enough. To get an audience in the White House momentarily and a comment ambiguously about his announced plans to build new facilities in Wisconsin at the same time. He is now exploring thanks to a Sieg odds. Endorsement I believe his now exploring a run for the presidency in Taiwan. All that said where you during the Bush administration and have you since in your travels to Taipei and your conversations had reason to doubt Terry glow. As an honest broker is there some talk about how he leans Beijing. Good evening. John certainly a lot of questions about Carrie wall. I think the the thing one can say when someone achieve that level of wealth, and has that depth of interaction with the Chinese government to have manufacturing prize about scale is going to be a lot of questions about how does one really get that far in an environment. That is controlled by one party and e- clearly had access to the top leadership of China has demonstrated that in pictures of being with she in being and other leaders, and he has proven access to the top of the US government in coming to the White House in meeting with President Trump will be. Scarfing investment in particular. So that has some cash AM Taiwan that I don't think should be underestimated. Plenty of people in Taiwan that look at someone who has scaled those heights in manufacturing the mainland and talking about China in way, that nationalistic, but not necessarily in the old camp E way of nationalistic, Gordon, Steve goal in his various pronouncements over the last couple of weeks seemed to have said a number of things, which don't quite gel. He said some things which were sounding very pro-beijing. He said some things that sound very pro Taiwan. It's hard for me to reconcile it. What do you think is going on here? Well, number one from all I have heard from people in he actually has eight fried his home, and is a devout worship of the God that seems to have spoken to him about his need to run for office. All I know this is a personal commitment that e believes deity has directed them to do. I I'm not going to denigrate the possibility of that. But he seems to operate his life in a way where that the plug -able explanation for what he's doing. He also seems to think that he is the Donald Trump of Taiwan in some ways that he can be outspoken have a lifestyle of different from a lot of other people. I am the one day to make deals and others talk about creating jobs. I have created jobs, and he sees that it is an alternative to his critique of president side that may be plausible path in the KMT. But I'm questionably. He has said some things about arm sales requests from the United States. You know that the Chinese don't fight other Chinese that is a CPA talking quiet Chinese communist party caulking point. And that no one's going to tack an armed nation. And as we look at thirty years, and I think that is a perfect example of on armed Chinese people being killed by Chinese people. Gordon, a puzzle here the Guam Untung the last president, the Grenon was said to be very favorable towards Beijing so much so that it was possible that he was working to unite the countries or fold Taiwan into China is due is my memory accurate. Among Joe who preceded the current president, you know, very much was a, quote, unquote, China nationalist, and that meant that he wanted to see a United China, which he believes that there's two China's right now now people on Taiwan. See well. Yeah. There is a China. But there's also a Taiwan, and it's not part of China. So. Don has generally been pro unification, est. So Steve the logic here which suggest that having failed to go through with the program and the previous president, a very clever way forward would be to present a Taiwanese billionaire as someone who could endorse an independent Taiwan. But once in office would folded into the the into red China is that to Senator for the Chinese. It's not to Senator for the Chinese to Senator for a significant block of voters Taiwan to have on their minds. So if Terry gua- intends to be a serious candidate in I was in a few weeks ago. And there's still some question about how serious he was about this presidential run could he really disentangle himself from such a large and significant enterprise and box con. But if if he's really serious about. It. He's he's going to have to reassure people in a meaningful way that that's not what's going to happen. But that burden is on him in some ways, he's guilty until proven innocent in the eyes of the Taiwan electric and their right to have this concern, given the level of information and operations that the communist party has Taiwan ready garden, we have a minute. Steve president Cy how's she doing in terms of popularity? Well, president is exceedingly well received internationally. And I think it's very hard for people from outside to then understand will. How's it possible? Then that she would be challenged for her nation your own party. And in polling seems to be somewhat struggling to be competitive with the names of those bandied about to compete with her in the upcoming general election. I, you know, I think that it can't be said that she's in a great political position. But the the nominating Crohn's disease for the DP the Democratic Progressive Party ruling party and the canine KMT are not that transparent to a lot of us on the outside. And so I think that if she's on me, it's very likely that the mayor of Taipei may look favorably about getting a race and a divided field of an independent candidate. Okay. Mt nominee. That's rush at an incumbent who has been challenging. Her primary not favor her. And so I think that's a difficult position. Gordon Chang on John Batchelor. Land is an amazing at that uses. Your phone's camera to say look up to tails on a piece of art work or find the name of a flower, you admired, but wait until you hear what's coming to the lens by the end of may Kim command with your Wednesday..

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"steve goal" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"steve goal" Discussed on KCRW

"I assume South Korea and China and other parties what would have a say here too. It's a tricky question. Because essentially a peace declaration is obviously very different than a peace treaty. For three reasons. A peace declaration is really a statement that we are going to end hostile relations set of existed between a belligerent parties as opposed to a peace treaty, which would actually legally and formally end the Korean war. The second thing is a peace declaration in assault is not binding. It's a political declaration finally that this is an important point. You alluded to peace declaration would really be a purely a bilateral statement between North Korea and United States. Whereas in the case of a peace treaty because of the different parties involved. This would necessitate a multilateral treaty, basically, meaning China, South Korea, North Korea and the United States. So it's two very different things with the front intended purposes, the basic arguments for and against some sort of peace agreement emerging from the summit. How would you lay those out? Well, the argument for a section is that it further Steve goal of creating goodwill between North Korea and the United States that in fact, what you're doing is by declaring that there's a piece in fact, there is a piece and hopefully North Korea and the United States will work within that definition, right? There's a sense element here. Right. As opposed to the other element is a once you have declared peace than it raises into question. You know, what are the options that are available for the United States? If North Korea does not comply. You mean in terms of leverage leverage? It kind of also weakens the justification that the United States would have for keeping its armed forces soldiers in South Korea, referring to something like twenty eight thousand US troops that remain in South Korea. Is if the peace collision, and you've kind of declared the end of a war. I wonder whether the North Koreans would not demand that well since we're in a state of peace, the Americans should withdraw from South Korea. Now having said that I'm not sure that declaring peace or having a peace declaration really changes the matrix to a significant degree that it's worthwhile. When you say, it doesn't really change the matrix. What do you mean that it's in a way almost a sideshow to the nuclear issue, which is the main ring? Yes. I mean, I it gives what the North Koreans want. But then if North Korea does not comply at the end of the day. We have not really changed anything in terms of the floors in North Korea. So therefore other than the symbolic statement that you're making. I'm not sure that it really makes a difference jong-ho. He is director of the center for Korean legal studies at Columbia law school in New York. Thank you. Thank you this week summit could lead toward more normal relations between the US and North Korea. There's been talk of opening liaison offices. Those are diplomatic posts that are more limited than full embassies. And they've been tried before as we hear now from NPR's Michelle Kellerman, the Clinton administration came close to opening up liaise. Zahn office in beyond young Robert Gallucci says it was one of the plans that came out of nuclear negotiations. He led in the nineteen nineties, and we moved pretty far down the road doing that. As in looking for real estate, and we found our place they didn't. But my recollection find their place here. We it's called synced off our foreign service officers who would serve in office. Just didn't happen. There were many reasons it didn't happen. The US didn't want to upset its allies South Korea by moving too quickly. And it wanted to be able to get to an office in North Korea from Seoul, we of course, would like to have had a good linkage between Seoul and Pyongyang. And I remember that was an issue too. If President Trump and North Korean leader, Kim Jong Hoon decide to open up liaison offices. It could happen..

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"steve goal" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"steve goal" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Plus, we'll go one on one with head coach Steve goal now alongside Joe Boylan. Here's Jerry Recco. Welcome back inside the friendly confines of the rack as tonight the Rutgers scarlet knights take on the ten and seven northwestern. Wildcats everybody Jerry Recco. Joe Boylan indeed with you after a trip out to Minneapolis and Indiana where we saw Purdue back home for northwestern. And coach does an interesting trip for sure Rutgers. Putting that behind them a game tonight that everybody believes his winnable time to go out and do it tonight. I think the player most important the players believe it's winnable to they look back to that game took place in February last year. Rutgers is down by nine in the first half and came back and tied at one in overtime eleven to spurt. And so it is definitely very winnable game. The other thing I think is that this is a different. Sorry. Northwestern team MacIntosh. She was one of the they're the face of their franchise for four years is gone point guard first team all big ten and everything else. They have pardon back who's very good averaging sixteen points a game box a lot of shots, very very efficient player inside. But they don't score a lot of points on a struggle. They're one in five in the big ten this year. They just come off a loss to Michigan state, which is not a bad loss of Michigan. I'm sorry. And I think for Rutgers it's it's all about energy enthusiasm and getting ahead early. 'cause you want to get your when you get ahead early. And you make some shots at picks you up. No question about it would certainly be nice for them to play from ahead. But one quick one. Can you mentioned northwestern being a different team? Corey Sanders have thirty points in that game that you're talking about back in February. He's no longer here either. We'll take a timeout. When we come back. We'll get you. Steve Pikal starting lineups and a whole lot. More to do. Rutgers and northwestern on the Rutgers IMG sports network on.

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