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"tim reid" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:00 min | 3 d ago

"tim reid" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Every time, But it's all of the fives with Tim Reid would we should acknowledge all the tipsters at 323467 10 70 on the valve, A lean instant oil change traffic tip line on this busy afternoon downtown, westbound 10 and Alameda. Two different to car crashes have cleared and traffic remains jammed up all directions around the East L. A interchange South and Hollywood loads up at Western states heavy across the north edge down through the east L a interchange. Westbound 60 loads up just past Garfield on many people are going north on the 17 to go west on the 10 wisely, so to avoid the East L. A interchange and South bound 10 coming down from fourth straight through the exchange is heavy down to the 7 10 right now. Getting worse. In Cone past 15 north at Cleghorn rode a two car crash South bound the 15 Ken would a two car crash and then heavy down onto the 15 South where Glen Helen has AH lane taken away, north bound 57 coming out of Orange County, you'll find that it's slow through diamond bar with a crash it grand Earlier crash at in West Covina and Arrow Highway or West Covina Boulevard has cleared that's improving west on the 91 through Riverside. It lost Sierra two car crash has things backed up now to Monroe Street and also westbound 91 through the Santa Ana Canyon, where Canyon is where you'll be on the brakes. After an earlier crash right at the 55 at the 91 next traffic report. Coming up 3 25 with more traffic reports more often, I'm Tim Green Wood in the prime choice Funding 24 hour traffic center KNX 10 70 news radio look for gusty winds to impact the region This weekend advisories are in place for many areas of southern California. So look for wind gusts anywhere from 35 to 55 MPH temperature wise, it will be cooler than yesterday with highs in the mid to upper sixties, high pressure builds.

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"tim reid" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:05 min | 3 weeks ago

"tim reid" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Southern California's only 24 hour. Local news and traffic station can extend 70 news radio depend on us for 15 and I'm Bob. Real stories coming up below the line Hollywood workers having a very tough time, Big city office rents and occupancy rates both tumbles. That story coming up in five minutes when Bloomberg checks your money coming picture brighter in L, A and orange counties. Those stories coming up in the next 15 minutes for right now, it's traffic and weather together. Every 10 minutes on the fives with Tim Reid would It's a sig alert in Compton 17 South bound at Alondra Boulevard. They just issued it. It's going to be the next half an hour that they're working on this. It looks like it started as a car fire, and there are flames underneath the car. They are taking away the two right most lanes. Are there holding traffic 17 south at Alondra, you can get by to the left. There's a little bit of slowing right nearby because everybody likes to slow down and look at something going wrong on the freeway. Another singular This one in San Bernadino, too. 10 westbound just before the fifth Street green spot. Exit police activity has all traffic stopped. In fact, they have closed down the West Downs westbound side of the 2 10 from San Bernadino Avenue all the way up to baseline road. South bound or eastbound traffic is just jammed up trying to find a way to get onto the 10. Tipster says. Folks are getting tired of sitting in lanes and driving on the left shoulder up The Cajon Pass that jam up is getting just a little bit better. North bound traffic is now jammed up at Ken would drive instead of all the way down to the 15 to 15. Stays heavy up into his spare area South bound heavy from the 1 38 down to the 15 to 15 next traffic report coming up for 25 with more traffic reports more often. I'm Tim Green Wood in the prime choice Funding 24 hour traffic center Kay next 10 70 news radio partly to mostly cloudy skies on this Sunday with some warming this afternoon temperatures will be close to average highs topping out in the upper sixties along the coast. Low seventies.

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"tim reid" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

07:19 min | Last month

"tim reid" Discussed on WEEI

"With us CBS Sports Radio A couple of playoff questions before I got you out of here. You mentioned Andy Reid earlier here. What did Andy Reid mean to you as a coach, and you see him now with that title? What do your thoughts about Andy? Oh, man, he just unleashed whatever abilities that I had, Um, you know, in me as a receiver, um I felt like I was being underutilized in San Francisco. Um there, you know, I didn't I didn't. I didn't have the luxury of Joe Montana or Steve Young for the entirety of my career. I played eight years in San Francisco, and I only got a little snippet of that with Steve Young only played three years before he also got obviously was forced in retirement because of some of the concussions. And so I remember that game vividly were playing the Arizona Cardinals. In Arizona and unease. Williams was over me lined up over me when he bliss. He was a disguise Bliss and he left and went in, and he hit Steven That was his last play. And so from there, you know, there was a number of quarterbacks that I played with, you know, from, uh, Jeff Garcia. Uh, Tim Reid. Today. I'm gonna play with Elvis Ger Bach. I mean, Jeff from there was a number of guys quarterbacks that I played with throughout the course of my career that enabled me to do the things that I did. S o. You know, I'm just very fortunate to have been able to play with Steve Young. But if I had, um you know a quarterback like that. You know, through the entirety of my career, But when I went to when I went to the Philadelphia Eagles when you talk about Andy Reid, it's not a surprise that he's having the success and doing the things that he's doing in Kansas City, Hey, was on the cusp for so many years in Philadelphia prior to me getting there of getting to the Super Bowl and it was until I came to that team and what people Some of the teammates have given me a lot of credit for even though I didn't play in those two playoff games. Leading up to the Super Bowl. When I play was that I brought a lot of swag. I brought a lot of confidence after a broken leg, man tear that team and so when you think about and you look at our research what I did in Philadelphia, Um I didn't know that I would like said I was going. You know, I was going touchdowns left. And right. Um, you know, I know somebody steps because fans You know, they were social media. They tell you what you did. And so I I they said I played in 21 games and I had 20 touchdowns. So it was them. They're, uh, touchdown the game when I played with the Philadelphia Eagles, and I can't say enough about number one. The city Um, City of Philadelphia. You talk about, you know, blue collar hard nose did their passionate fans. I came there not not wanting to disappoint, but I accept. Although I didn't play in the two playoff games leading to the Super Bowl, I think a lot of people knew I I played a big part into a part of us getting there. What are we see who's left and we talk about longevity? 43 year old Tom Brady is out there. You got a young Josh? Alan, You gotta another Aren Rogers you played What a couple of these guys are against them. What do you have Thoughts on what the end of this playoffs is gonna look like who do you think ultimately walks away with this Vince Lombardi? Mm. That's a good that's a that's a good question. And two of the one of the guys that you missed it, Tom Brady, um off. He just played, uh, Drew Brees, who? I think it's 42 over the weekend. I honestly like I said, Well, I know we touched on it earlier. When you talk about systemic racism. Had I not been a part of that situation. Um I probably could've played well into my forties. It wouldn't be a thing. You know where people like, Oh, he's doing something so spectacular. Given the opportunity had I not been so, uh, I guess, miss unfairly criticized and portrayed. I could have played well into my forties eyes well, and people would have been saying the same thing you had about. You had almost 1000 yards and non such downs, And I mean, we got receivers who got jobs that gets you 300 a year if that right exact Really, But, you know, you think about Tom Brady what he's doing it Z. I wouldn't say it's amazing because if you give a guy protection, especially at the quarterback position, are you for him. Those guys you gotta do is keep your skill shark. You may read defense is not saying that it's easy by any means, But he's a guy that has taken a lot of hits. You know since the A C l injury early on in his career Um, He's basically created an environment where those linemen they're protecting him. The league with the rules have protected him from a number of injuries. Um, just think, if if running backs or receiver's got protected, like like like a quarterback, you can't even like say you can't even get pushed into the quarterback's legs. Without it being a flag. You can't swipe in the middle, like just middle of a normal swim motion of Ah, defensive end and somehow you get pushed into his hand slaps the side of his helmet without it without it being a flag so the league has protected. You know, these quarterbacks that are that is enabled them to play beyond the normal age of quarterbacks and all you gotta do it. I said. That's obviously a lot of work at that goes into it. Not taking none of that. Away from those guys. But if you keep your skill set sharp, you know you're reading defense is and you're able to be productive on the high level. You're gonna be able to do those things that Tom And Drew Brees are doing but back to your question about you know who is going to host the Lombardi Trophy? Obviously, this weekend. We just mentioned we just talked about and you read my former coach. They have a big problem, if if they're gonna have a big problem it Patrick Holmes doesn't clear the concussion protocol again. They're just a regular team. I think without Patrick, my home's on and when I say that when you put them on an even playing field. When it's in the in a playoff game where there's not a best of Syriza like basketball when it's either win or go home. It's any bodies Games Jr. Trust me, It's anybody's game. And and if you look at how the Buffalo Bills of playing shout out to Bill's Mafia shout out to Sean, um, during the coach, and what the bills they're doing, Josh Allen Stefan Dish that defense They're playing some pretty good football and like I said, in a situation like that, obviously, if you have Ah, healthy pageant, Mahomes leading the chief, Then everybody's looking for those chiefs to pull it out because they have some dynamic receivers. Entire e Kill. Not saying Yes, I'm watching is not watching this not playing Caesar. Travis. Travis Kelsey, the tight end. Um, this guy is again He's doing some amazing things at the at the title and position he creates. You know, match up night nightmares for four guys, even DPS. So when you think about the really did the dynamic in the chemistry that they're playing with from last year, they haven't had that Super Bowl hangover. There's those guys are hungry..

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"tim reid" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:30 min | 3 months ago

"tim reid" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Every 10 minutes on the fives brought Irvine Auto Center. Here's Tim Reid would okay, our issue in Fountain Valley is getting much worse. This is the 405 South bound, Not the five. The four or five South bound at Brooke cursed multi car crash blocking the car pool and the three left lanes and you are backed up all the way to Beach Boulevard right now is they try to work this one out the rest of Orange County looking pretty good. But lots of people on the road today, either. Celebrating the good weather or getting out of town because they have next week off 91 east and westbound heavy through Santa Ana Canyon. The 15 North bound heading into Cone past jam solid from the 2 10 up to Sierra because of roadwork. Take the 2 15. If you need to get into Cone passed east found out of downtown L. A The 60 will slow you down because of trouble right there. It's time for big savings during Irvine Auto Centers. Big November sale all November long, where the five meets the four or five at Lake Forest, Dr Irvine Auto Center next traffic report. 11 55 with more traffic reports more often, I'm Tim Green Wood in the Toyota of Glendora. Com. 24 hour traffic Center Kay next 10 70 news radio. Take the money continues. Is Frank, Mo tag along with Kevin O'Leary, also known as Mr Wonderful on TV Shark Tank chairman of Oshiro, ZTS and Bean stocks. Kevin Larry Before we get to Bitcoin, another kryptos roaring back lately to near record highs, anything else on your Radar screen that could impact the markets hovering near all time highs in the economy..

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"tim reid" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:01 min | 6 months ago

"tim reid" Discussed on KCBS All News

"To avoid rolling blackouts Reporting live Matt Bigler, KCBS. Thank you, Matt. Meanwhile, evacuations and rescues continue in the area of Shaver Lake just east of Fresno this morning, KCBS reporter Tim Ryan. Rings this up to date on the creek fire, which has destroyed homes and also badly injured. Some victims, Tim Well, Dan this fire of unknown origin started Friday evening, ripping through a crowded recreational area near Shaver Lake That's east of Fresno. When the Sierra foothills by last night late last night, it had grown to more than 73,000 acres in both fresh snow and Madeira counties. 0% containment. Madera County Sheriff Tyson Pogue explains that AA lot of holiday campers were quickly trapped. And essentially flocked off the ingress Negress for Obama Reservoir, which is a very popular recreational area for locals and tourists alike. When that happened, we have no way to get down to that area. Get people out, nor any wait for them to drive themselves out. So unfortunately had his shelter in place, while the fire routes through the area of the California National Guard sent several transport helicopters to evacuate about 200 people. Explains Colonel David Hall, several of them suffering burn injuries because of deterring weather conditions. They ended up using great and sound judgment by allowing as many people as they could possibly fit on the helicopter on the second term. Fire victims triaged at Fresno Yosemite International Airport. Several rush to local hospitals with serious burn injuries. Not clear how many homes yet have been destroyed. But several dozen or Mohr were lost in the small community of Big Creek. According to the Fresno Bee. This is just an awful awful fire reporting live. Tim Reid KCBS Alright thanks for the updates this morning to appreciate it. K CBS News time. 7 12. This portion of the new sponsored by Star One credit union get totally free checking go to star one dot or Sports Coming up in 90 seconds faces bodies of helpful hardware.

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Gov. Newsom: California will need 200 million sets of protective equipment if 'hospital surge' continues for 3 months

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:18 min | 1 year ago

Gov. Newsom: California will need 200 million sets of protective equipment if 'hospital surge' continues for 3 months

"Governor Newsom laying out a rather dire scenario a potential shortage of millions of pieces of personal protective equipment for people on the medical front lines you're talking about gallons in masks and gloves and face shields KCBS is Tim Reid reporting on how social media and sewing machines are helping fill the gap if this hospital surge as he calls it continues for three months two hundred million two hundred million sets of gloves gowns masks and face shields will be needed in California you can go to a specific hospital go through hundreds of thousands just in one hospital in just a week and so in order to procure that it's going to take on a role like after two of those heroes are Christina Stein of San Carlos enjoy well Ogilvie of redwood city Christina does the organizing Joe well at the sewing or finding all of these people that want to help so now it's just a matter of keeping it organized because our phones are ringing off the hook and getting these kids out as soon as we can and we obviously have very little fabric left were waiting for a lasting because that was sold out there supplying ha spittle from Burlingame to Salinas as well as some nursing homes sixteen year old veena bought two girl scout from redwood city has launched her own effort and she says the nurses are also interested in buying

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"tim reid" Discussed on The Goals Based Advice Podcast

The Goals Based Advice Podcast

14:12 min | 1 year ago

"tim reid" Discussed on The Goals Based Advice Podcast

"Many patients say that so I got. I got a swimming interview coming out. Welcome Video Baso hopped in my pool and stood in bodies and is just not by the way I should buy it. I'm and I rattled off executive you know what what what's coming up and what able should listen This week I have an episode coming up with One of America's leading door to door salesman so the video is going to be of May will hang up two random Dole and a bat to knock on emotion tied at which is very unusual for me. And then I sort of have a check to the camera till the I'm doing door to door selling and it's scary and all these kind of staff and then at the end of the video. I decided not to knock on the door. Because I'm too damn scared and I walked away and the chemistry is that I'm wearing should talk jacket and a pair of boys laugh. Bitta personality and a little bit different to what you would expect and I think you know as a result People are willing to watch an comments and engage it said fund videos. It's a challenge to you in twenty twenty to be able to come up with the the fund video every week. I guess well that's a good point because I think that's a question or fee that holds many and we're talking to financial planners back from doing it but I don't know you sorta exercise that muscle becomes stronger and familiar. It's not that I don't go I I will. I'm interviewing swimming in the pool. I'm interviewing a door to door salesman. I could do the video at the front door. You know these big big ideas. I have some impact and I just think that again marketing is fun and you know we should be putting us all time to have these thoughts and not doing it on the hall. This is the crazy thing you know anyone. Any financial plan listening to this is clearly wanted to improve their marketing. Well that's the case. Good on you for listening the boy hype you do something about it and I hope you actually going. Daughter is as of now at least an hour wait. That's essentially dickey's should sign more three hours a week to actually think about how you going to market your business. The following week the following month the coming twelve months because a bit. You've got your meeting with your accountant. Dyer is a bit you've got meeting with. You Solicit Adare I stating for the next meeting. Yeah the well. How about starting to attach more importance to marketing? Yep now you mentioned Tom. Then let's let's have a talk about your videos that you do there. You know a couple of minutes long. They summarize what you want to get to you. Put them on linked in in. That had an amazing effect. So how. How long does it take you to film it? What do you feel about on? What's the practicality behind? What you're doing it takes very little time. Now I'm going to do this hesitantly. Because I know that I practiced in the of presenting and the art of talking to a microphone or in this case camera. And those listening might not be a one a kind of breakthrough that limiting belief by just signed. Get over it. It's not bad you sent hashed on Hot Mangum grumpy so we'll take action and learn. It's not about you when you're creating content. It's not about you. It's about acoustics in that you are helping so found that humility off. Spies in that empathy and focus on that. Because if it's like it was about this is about me than I would have done more with my hand or I might have put a jacket almost got night. It's not about me it's about who's listening to and that's really important and I always carry. That were woke on. Wolf on stage record for a podcast aside. It's not a Batman so I type that attitude that mindset into then hitting the record on my camera so that's what I use Nothing more nothing less so now. Democrat plugged into you. I find these. These are my this is an I find tain. So something on track the lanes and the key the mock refine full. What I am doing is incredible. It's absolutely I'm all about production. Go You I think. Production value is important. And I'll never put something out that you can't see your chance time to here but the this it's a good good result so I do that. I have a virtual assistant who then puts it all together and it's a and ended up leads it for me but if you don't WanNa do that then absolutely do it yourself. Although I'm not a big fan of not like business scientists doing things that they could be paying someone a much smaller alley right. This is what they're alley right is so if they WANNA talk. If any of this stuff is kind of triggering things Marketing then plays a Mommy Timothy. Tim Reid Dot Com Donahue. And I will absolutely UNSEE questions point you in the right direction of a resource. That will help you get stuff done. Because again we live in an amazing world and and we can get stuff done Inexpensively and quickly without having to worry about so you my ball phone. Somebody's holding it. You're talking you're literally work at what you WANNA say beforehand standing deliver it an insane it off to Obey takes for him in fact. I've instructor at here Ma structure. I like to work to in my head. I visualized things my video structure for these videos. I'm talking about is a quick intro who I am Timbo. If the small business marketing show a rise the problem. Do you have trouble with your sales process. Does the whole selling thing freak you out? I'm getting heads nodding. Our then offer solution. The solution is will this week. I've got Chandler Smith who is one of the door to door salesman in America in fact as a result of being sized successful door-to-door selling sixty four homes. That's a fact so he's guy you should listen to to improve your selling skills and he is three things that he's going to take you there. Good reasons to listening and then a cold election at the end it at a small business. Big Marketing Dot Com spotify or options to subscribe for freight saying way and that's a structure. That's every I would that Tim plateau blueprint every time. I do one of those videos. Fantastic and you can just head who is holding the camera or a tripod sitting there with his point near. You're like no no because these questions. Fraser. I'll hold it will hold Type of the account rage but not. I'm happy to hold not a script but some bullet points because it's not like it's not national. Tv and auditing people. Expect me to remember every single point and I quite liked the idea of approach which I may or may not use but it just gives me something to work with so again. I don't think you have be perfect. Did I got somebody? One of my nights got quite case studies of small business owners who have no media training whatsoever who break all the rules when it comes to video marketing. Podcasting or blogging. But I just do it right. I got one guy a guy who owns a siles business. Dan in Victoria. Who has had much success from video marketing when he does these videos? A WHIZ is sunglasses. A ways of Paula topped the three sizes. Too big foreign. He has a lapel. Mock hanging off his front of his should amend it just looks messy but you know what the content that he delivers is also and the content bates all that you know that that trump thinks actually not a bad idea like you said it's not about you. It's about the person getting the information. And and if you've got the stuff there and you can read it off. That's getting great information and missing anything. Yeah now wanted to touch on the book because you've written a book. I'm and also part of a good marketing strategy to have to have a book. A lot of advisors have thought about done in the past some running a book. Let's talk about Ronnie. But how did you go about doing it with with the the you know? Jesse do it came up with you. Know was like pulling teeth. Sorry runners wanting to write a book. I'm much more talk than I'm a writer so I just did it. In the end the in terms of the price as I ride the table of contents I was like remembered school. I said you know I wrote your plan before you brought the SL. So my plan was the was the table of contents once had those atings and a bit of a flow and a bit of a structure. I- pretend to Piper Aw I've been the voice memo up on the on the line and spark into it. And then send it off the transcribing And then Kinda pull the best bits out of that. I also quoted a whole lot of stuff from various past interviews an on done so I had some pre existing Congo. I think one of the things we need to understand as we create content the recode missing that content allows you to create more content. Sorry if I was talking about rape the design which I do in my book my books called the Boomerang effect which you can buy over. My website is the why. If you imagine repurposing you video you can rip the audio from the video. And then he got video and audio you can send that audio off to a transcriber to turn into would documents and now you've got video audio woods from that would document. You can put a little quite get social media. Posts Design shapely by via or whipsawed like five dot com then you can tyke certain exit from the transcription and create an a book all at into a real book side. The repurposing content quite amazing. And that's Kinda. How did the bulk and cannot obviously big idea rounded which was this concept of being helpful in your marketing so the premise of my book. Fraser is pretty simple it's called the boomerang effect and the reason it's called the boomerang effect is because it acknowledges that the Mo helpful you are in your marketing the more it will return multiples to your business. If so if you'll helpful in your marketing you'll get more customers but other amazing things will happen. You might get asked to speak at conferences. You might develop incredible strategic partnerships with businesses. Down the road you Personal brand you might just died note. Everyone's boomerang effect is different but what I do know. Is that when you take a helpful approach to your marketing Everything changes for the book is all about what you throw out. We'll come back and that's it so one of the things that I've noticed on you and on your website. Police should've talked about it. Then when we talk about the website but when you write something on your linked in when you write to me you wrote it in a way that you you tend to say it you know that's the way you you deliver your written word so so instead of being the corporate will you know. Will I sort of things you in a way we might go? Hey this will you know. That's something that sort of being you know. A lot of businesses are being sort of you know catching onto but you've been doing for a long time in America. Don't talk about that. The voice comes back to personality. It's really easy to do if you The brand a kind and I M my brand. Im small business big marketing. It's still easy to do. If you're a financial planner owns a small financial. Planning them with a handful of staff because my view is it's Your Business. You determine the personality of that employ based on your personality and you might time that brand integrity which is essentially you. It just becomes a little bit hotter as the business grows. So when you've got fifteen twenty thirty fifty staff it's Sorta just becomes a little bit hotter but my view is by yourself in all marketing bill yourself because this thing happens in marketing is that you know when a microphone gets to a known when someone's asked to speak at a conference when someone's asteroid a new page on the website we as humans. We find this. We'd marketing force where we try to Aliquo all our words and we fund big words that we would never use and I just think it's dumb because it's through. It's not authentic. It's it's I duNno. It just feels a bit so I just love the idea of being self in your marketing and if you polarize people awesome. Because we shouldn't try to be everything to everyone and An on that spice because deported difference like financial planning boy what a crowded marketplace what. What marketplace isn't crowded so as a result we need to Create points of difference. One of WII is just simply to be yourself. You know you just say the word polarized the and for so long told you know especially in this industry diner fan. Don't offend but polarizing actually great thing when it comes to marketing and it's awesome and it's not a bad offending feelings different different too polarizing so all offend someone. If I go you know you're all idiots. That's offensive polarizing is when I go. Hi Listen. I'm a financial planner..

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"tim reid" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"tim reid" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"On us hi Bob real stories coming up to pastors of the San Fernando Valley church accused of running a scam to fund a lavish lifestyle restaurants are serving up at midday hold the I PO that story's coming up in five minutes when Bloomberg checks or money to people of intercounty tested for the corona virus those stories in the next fifteen minutes right now it's six forty five traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five GHz Tim Reid good evening one ten south bound at Olympic still two left lanes taken away with our sig alert and some slowing as you would expect approaching that neck of the woods five freeway southbound is a real creepy crawly slow mass and right is the the one ten splits from it boy it takes over the slow part one ten as slow as it can get all the way from the five into downtown extra slow extra patients would be a good thing to bring because there's little road work going on a rated hill street and of course there's the Chinese new year's parade that happen a little earlier today and between all of that China town in the one ten south bound is extremely heavy as you try to approach hill also southbound Hollywood freeway before western now is for the backup begins stays heavy down past Vermont on your way into downtown southbound four oh five from the ten down past the ninety marina freeway still heavy and slow at for an earlier problem in Washington has cleared next traffic reported six fifty five I'm Tim green wood with more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio is high pressure system that's bringing us this warm it peaks today and then we're talking cooler weather arriving on Sunday as a trough to the north as media storm system starts to dive closer to what and that's going to generate some very strong winds ahead of the system we're talking high wind warning in wind advisories tomorrow's high take a huge tumble down.

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"tim reid" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"tim reid" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"By hi to me the thing that offends me the most is every time that I hear the N. word not by the way I mean the end were literally whenever a white lady on CNN with nice air says that Edward white people get away with saying that's all I the way and more when you say that and were you put the words in the listener's head that was saying a word use and we're you're making my and take responsibility and that's not funny even though the White any using words context context contacts so I asked Tom given the fact that he tore the country I in the sixties with that Tim Reid a black comedian and both of them by the way went on to find individual success in their own right Tim Reid became out an actor on WKRP in Cincinnati any still a prominent play right and I wondered whether not to he had some sort of perspective on this and so he's going to come on the show and we'll be talking with him I in just a few minutes but I will tell you the story that play this for you this is a story that Tom recent told about Frank Sinatra how he thought that Frank was gonna pack it in at some point because you beginning to lose some of words loses place ain't tells a story about when he thought that Frank Sinatra's career with really over and how a fan helped revive it for another two years.

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"tim reid" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"tim reid" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Words loosens place. tells a story about when he thought that Frank Sinatra's career with really over and how a fan helped revive it for another two years of this. one of the. the first time I heard that voice I was eight years old I was shining shoes in a bar on the south side of Chicago in the end I was appalled at his funeral he was like a father to me. at least seventy eight we're all wondering when if you can lay it down when using a quit he would hit miss nights with crowds loved and they couldn't get enough of them and they came they were really coming to say goodbye to him and every city we went to they were coming to say goodbye and one night and in the mark on Atari on this like twenty thousand people in the arena and I did my shown as good audience and everything he he went out he did three songs he was Roland he got to the fourth song any totally blank on the lyrics and the orchestra was down in the pit and they kept plane not knowing that he was lost and he started whispering into the microphone I'm sorry I'm so sorry I'm sorry. I'm sorry now when I saw that happening with. this is it we were always wondering when using in a let down but this is this is the night his west wing of the orchestra. said the realized that he was in with them instead of the wind their instruments down one at a time to an eerie silence in this huge arena and now he's whispering. I'm sorry I'm so sorry I'm sorry by that time I was stage left and I thought okay this is it now he's gonna come off stage and I'm gonna say let's go home Mister S. it's been a great career but it's time to go home. and he turned around and it was dead silence and it tears in his eyes and he looked like he was gonna come only the microphone down and the guy way up on top of the audience stood up by himself in the Howard out that's all right Frank it's all right we love you Frank it's all right because we love you and he started to applaud and the guy next to Mr pardon the couple and pretty soon give chills and keep going. hundreds of people so but then thousands and pretty soon the whole arena was cheering cheering and jeering he got to the edge of the stage and I thought he was gonna go home he turned around he went back to center stage and it wouldn't stop cheering and finally they calm down and he went to the next number which was Mack the knife any absolutely drilled that song he hit every new once in every lyric he was like he was nineteen years old again now when he finished that song the people would stop cheering and he was ready to go into the next number. a quite and down and he started to sing in the stop and he pointed up to the guy and he said I love you too pal anything for two years after that well two years that guy doesn't know that fan brought him from the ashes that night. that is Tom reason we're talking with him just a few minutes he toward the copy with a comedian who happen to be black named Tim Reid and they are wrote a book called him and Tom in American comedy in black and white let's change this whole setting here okay all right let's go to forty seven and Drexel forty seven address yeah. I'm waiting for a bus you will be another black man he would come and start a conversation now wait for the bus you a bit about it and I'm about your brother uno. something this will will be available until the September but I wanted to show this that's a tremendous book this is about our friend Tim Reid and her friend Tom Driessen when they.

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A Review of Stephen King's 'It'

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

03:37 min | 1 year ago

A Review of Stephen King's 'It'

"Today. We're discussing it star orrick harry anderson dennis christopher where should missour- annette o'toole. Tim reid john ritter and richard thomas special appearance by tim curry. The as pennywise was lonnie anderson busy like we're. We're all the sitcoms. What isn't a horror movie could get alan thicke directed directed by tommy lee wallace who does more comedy than horror no halloween three now. I guess depending on how you slice comedy. This is the the now playing co host. That's down to clown arnie and stewart and this the host who still insists he sees the ghost jacob. We're here a movie that has been so requested tested even before we started doing stephen king and then once we did. I can't count the number of times i've heard have you guys reviewed it and this is going to be the show with the most fun inflection an ever as we constantly emphasize the proper noun it yeah it is it for me. It certainly was the steven king book that i read that maybe wanna go back and read everything that he had written part of the appeal was i had just turned thirteen sixth grade and i had never taken on a book as is big as that book. My dad was a member of book of the month club but then showed up like a phone book on our doorstep over a thousand pages fourteen hundred pages weighing over four pounds at retail and you know aliens had just come out the month before and a movie and this really kicked off my horror movie phase like these were the things things that made me get so deep into horror in my teenage years i had talked to you about stephen king before this. I remember bus rides talking about it and then i remember one day you showed me your copy of it and there was a character who killed himself and you're like and he wrote this on the wall and there was a drawing join in the book. I'd never seen a book that had a drawing in it where the text goes. It looks like a letter age and i'm like i don't get it was an age. You're like no. It's it's the word it in blood and i'm like oh. That's pretty cool fast forward six months. I moved to florida. I didn't know a damn soul. Twelve hundred page book was exactly up my alley. I read it summer of eighty seven and that's the last time i read it until this year when i reread it for these reviews and i am once again the king newbie or the never have been i have not read it but i do feel like this is the one yes sure there's the shining but when i think of the shining i don't i think of king i think of kubrick the same with carrie i think of those movies but it because until two thousand seventeen eighty didn't get good adaptation. We'll talk about the nineteen ninety-one anyone but i do feel like this is the steven king book. I mean it's the scary clown which sure there's john wayne casey but this is such a trope. I feel like in horror now. I'm i'm sure this is a weird originated but i think he did popularize that whole concept. It's funny. You say that i was going to ask you. What's the first thing that comes to your mind. When when you think of it i wanna just put out there. One of my favorite things about stephen king and his first decade of output was to look at the cover because there were so many of them and i never knew what they were about hadn't seen many of the movies so it was fun to try and decipher from that picture on the cover. What is this one going to be about it. First edition hardback did not have no clown on it. It had the alien hand right clawed hand. It looked like a gremlins movie. It looked like he was was reaching his clawed hand out of sewer grates and that's how i read it.

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"tim reid" Discussed on Covert

Covert

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"tim reid" Discussed on Covert

"Mumbai is the richest and most populated city in india it prides itself on its western influence and rich culture tim reid was doing business in the city in early november two thousand eight and sets the scene i'd flown in that morning from delhi was an early morning flight so it was a little bit red eyed and tired spent the day bottling sweep the city to various meetings driving around and then finally go to the hotel about night exhausted mumbai is a busy crazy hectic vials place slit assault on the senses you know the noise i like going out running quite often and i've never really go out to other cities where i have to run over dogs and people sleeping on the streets and all kinds of obstacles so it's it's a very entertaining place to go to to americans it's considered a wealthy city home to bollywood onto luxury be luxury hotels luxury boutiques home to backpackers but it's considered a very wealthy sitting in investment city that's amy gutten veteran reporter she was with cbs news bureau in london as the terrorists made their way to mom by around eight thirty pm the fishing boat carrying the militants arrived at the shore of mumbai not fall in the heart of the city now at their destination they killed the captain stepped onto shore the men were all heavily armed and carrying enough rounds and bombs for days of fighting to everyone else in the city centre the evening was like any other bustling with tourists and getting busier as the locals hit the streets for after work activities a short walk from the waterfront british tourist tarnished patel was enjoying a few drinks with a friend the world famous leopold cafe is an india in two thousand eight own way back to the uk foot christmas able cafes is a very popular around cafe a little west news locals and torres meet food and drink kool from walk into the bar mavis completely packed a real taken to a seat pretty much the back of the the the cafe nowhere to to move no scape no elvis not long after local journalists serov mishra arrived on the scene to meet up with friends my friends scaping kim dane say dead it's in you're going to find places to sit why do you call it bliss and it's it's the weight of you formulas inside who i was sitting sitting next to one good those is we started we had on gap your food the via it seemed like a pleasant normal evening out until mishra noticed to visitors acting strangely they didn't appear to be at the leopold to socialize me see this guy sitting in front of me another day move he's laughing i suddenly i see there's some sort of awesome some fighters dating see he's found them the food and everything is shattered then the bidding me i knew something wasn't quite right when i had done shot gun shot and what sounded like gloss took me at once two gunmen were firing fortysevens from the door spraying the cafe with bullets hornish took shelter under the small cafe table most shouts and screaming people rush around that point i notice eva site and clearly call from into the ball davis completely packed i will note scape we've know elvis during the exit does away office mentions we hadn't thought loan never over the the yet exits so fishery is just lockdown just brace myself and move we'll make any sound serov meanwhile had turned away from his conversation wondering what all the commotion was about when something hit his arm it took a minute for it to sink in is something happening on white you know i when they get out of the do i as we just wouldn't have been back blooming to having caught a text the i gus loss serov was bleeding but was still able to move he had been among the lucky able to escape the leopold cafe harnish meanwhile was still trapped inside their bodies the floor is covered and fick fick blood on a number of bodies and and you know westerners they've been injured and we'll just not moving everything went silent i've about point still didn't move is unsure what situation was i'm ben i heard suddenly sounded like note around caves go i was reloading then what i'm assuming is he made me shooting it valdis on the floor maybe people just sort of caught up on the.

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"tim reid" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"tim reid" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To add the work requirement governor aid them legends and says the new requirements with how more arkansans move into the workforce by requiring those who receive medicaid benefits to either word volunteer or participate in job training this is not punitive in nature it is designed for people who are able bodied that don't have dependent children at home and are able to work last year one one hundred and seventeen thousand arkansans or moved off medicate and into higher wages stage could also makes of allowances for people battling addiction more than 60s mostly citizens of el salvador gathered in san francisco to hear what options they have as the trump administration moves to send them home canceling their temporary protection status or tps we get more now from cbs's tim reid legal there were dozens on hand to learn what to expect in the coming months as the trump administration moved to deport them who see my heel was born in el salvador but now is a us citizen if we fight together in this issue we would see that we we get the big three tito pinto of berkeley came to the us at age eleven and he asks the president to consider the good things his people have to offer people who willing to serve the country do some third countries are now i think should this take but tim ryan for cbs news san francisco michelle williams says her costar mark wahlberg decision to donate the one and a half million dollars a year and four we should serve all the money in the world to the sexual misconduct defense initiative times up isn't about her the actress who reportedly was paid less than a thousand dollars for the regents said that her fellow actresses and activist friends stood by her and taught me to use my voice and the most powerful men in charge they listen then they acted she says it was one of the most indelible days of my life because of walberg talent agency will your morris endeavor and a community of women and men who share in this accomplishment wbz news time six twenty one that sound of demonstrators storming into some h m stores in johannesburg south africa protesting an advert this men of a black child wearing a hoodie with the words coolest monkey in the jungle at least one store was trash the company has since remove the sweatshirt.

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"tim reid" Discussed on iMore

iMore

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"tim reid" Discussed on iMore

"It's a really good advice so basically right now it's a waiting game and as soon as there's updates just download this update's don't be silly and i'm once i always or macro a sierra and i'm not going to upgrade this is driving the other dream really clear that people don't operate i was eleven where domecq was highs here because they're afraid of the bad experience that's not acceptable if you up regular bad experience you take that device back to apple you demand that they give you a good experience check it get your battery replace get your system reinstalled ever you need to do you deserve to have the latest software and a phenomenal anomaly good experience you are worth it i believe in you pearlomega a agree so rene uh we there's been a lot of talk about meltdown inspector affecting the desktop devices but is it with uh with mobile devices do we know anything about apple's arm chips uh like their arm based system are they also affected we don't know are both armony md are there is a bit of a squabble going on between tell him until basically saying until was the first one outed and they're basically trying to take everyone down with them and india saying well it's theoretical but it doesn't really apply to us apple doesn't newseum de anyway but for arm apple makes our own custom chips and we really have to wait until apple tells us because it may or may not apply and it may be of it might be vulnerable technically but impossible to actually take advantage of and only apple knows and apple is this company that measures a thousand times before cutting once and it's a week early and they were not prepared to disclose discloses early so my guess is there's like a lotta papers onto him cooks desecrate everyone's is standing outside his office going tim reid.

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"tim reid" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"tim reid" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And relax they do more great things calm joined united states junior chamber also known as the jcs in those things they were young men of action they work in the community attacking all the problems of the community running all sorts of functions to raise money to fight the ills in that community but in doing so they taught you leadership training data speak in front of an audience he taught me how to serve on the committee then they tell you how to be a chairman of that committee and they thought you had as a chairman how to delegate authority and how to accomplish things get things done so i was very active in in the g she's and community affairs and a little did some know that his work as a c would spark his career in comedy one of the problems affecting our community in those age were young kids getting involved in drugs so i wrote a drug education program teaching great school children the ills of drug abuse with human it's a concept ahead i wasn't in show business i was selling life insurance but i always had a propensity to make people laugh and so i thought will get the children laughing and then plant the seat of why we came there so helping me with this project was a young black men in tim reid and the show you how fate would have it i already had a white guy again in jammed aboard that was going to help me with this project and that night that i was proposing plenty of drug education program to the chapter this young black men tim we came up he said he's a new member just joined that nights at i'd like to work with you on this project and i said thank you but i already got a guy the next morning this friend of mine jammed the war comments had i can't do that project i got a new job i should have gee what was that black guys on yet tim we if you're thinking yourself i think i've heard that name before well that's probably because you have most millennials known as the father from the hit childhood tv series sister sister and most older folk no one from his role as the venus flytrap in the popular tv show w k r p in cincinnati and when we come back more on the life of tom driesen those books boy and the.

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"tim reid" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday

See You Next Wednesday

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"tim reid" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday

"No one else has good and then movie there might there's a scene where judge harry t stone and tim reid ride a bike together that is hilarious tim reid and an owing john biwalden jumbo all gmo and there are some like okay for television directing langley try make it look a little bit more like there's a bit of style to it the effects aren't great with a spider and stuff but they do the directory drying now we does i don't care who is try mileage shit it's so bad so many way without really does not even comparing this movie to that is not even ferridge as we all really liked him gurria because he's good at any scared children and he really super fright that's it yet and there's missed algae attached to like the school yard like do you guys see that shit last night yeah i guess so all right well as i was a kid when i saw the the tv adaptation because that's what it is and i hated then and because i read the book i read the book when i was twelve and i reread it booked to read do yeah yeah it's scared of fucking shit out of me so i read the book as a watching that it was like no and uh and then i read read the book when i was like winner these kids can up thirty there's something like that uh have read this book twice i know it really really really well and i have an intense intense love for it because it was really the book that started me being an avid reader for quite some beer new i read pet cemetery i loved it and then i read that is and i've had my mind blown and i read virtually every stephen king book available and a bunch of others and i just started reading that's what that's what made me reader and i was one for a very long time until is is this could writer who has asked what is it is bad because i i will say that is considered i feel like people i feel like it's either this or ms rand.

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"tim reid" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"tim reid" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"But that allows them fifty one point allow them a ten point spread among house seats the point is you do your math mr leave with each and i know math is in your favorite subject but if you do your matthier means an eightpoint democratically still wouldn't be enough to win control of the house for the democrats got some work to do a correct and i think the method doesn't work in presidential equations is the democrats found out here know they do and i think it might be a little bit misguided to talk about the message the democrats might lack here because there's wwl pointed out these are very specific and pointed messages that every congressional district has to do i i do think that it one perhaps benefit of health care if republicans passes it actually would give democrats a message it would give democrat something to run on in addition to trump and right now there is absolutely no you know what i mean the economic populism that the congressman ryan was talking about is as close as you john these days to that i think that one of the most important work from all set herself was we don't wanna leadership fight now i wouldn't talk about talking to people that's what she here i talked to one of their mccracken said listen this is not the time to get into nancy pelosi's leadership we've got to fight for healthcare we've got twenty eighteen coming up that said what happens after that i think that there is an acknowledgement this is something that needs to be discussed you look at for example who who will replace nancy pelosi not even tim reid is somebody's phrase it's me last night it's an airing of the grievances there is no succession plan this is just getting out venting blown off some steam even republicans will acknowledge and i spoke with one operative who said she's a great fundraiser she's got good brings in good money for the party but they love having her in place and that's where democrats have to figure out now over the next.

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"tim reid" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"tim reid" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"But that allows them fifty one point allow them a ten point spread among house seats the point is you do your math mr leave with each and i know math is in your favorite subject but if you do your matthier means an eightpoint democratically still wouldn't be enough to win control of the house for the democrats got some work to do a correct and i think the method doesn't work in presidential equations is the democrats found out here know they do and i think it might be a little bit misguided to talk about the message the democrats might lack here because there's wwl pointed out these are very specific and pointed messages that every congressional district has to do i i do think that it one perhaps benefit of health care if republicans passes it actually would give democrats a message it would give democrat something to run on in addition to trump and right now there is absolutely no you know what i mean the economic populism that the congressman ryan was talking about is as close as you john these days to that i think that one of the most important work from all set herself was we don't wanna leadership fight now i wouldn't talk about talking to people that's what she here i talked to one of their mccracken said listen this is not the time to get into nancy pelosi's leadership we've got to fight for healthcare we've got twenty eighteen coming up that said what happens after that i think that there is an acknowledgement this is something that needs to be discussed you look at for example who who will replace nancy pelosi not even tim reid is somebody's phrase it's me last night it's an airing of the grievances there is no succession plan this is just getting out venting blown off some steam even republicans will acknowledge and i spoke with one operative who said she's a great fundraiser she's got good brings in good money for the party but they love having her in place and that's where democrats have to figure out now over the next.

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"tim reid" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"tim reid" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"But didn't habit an laws the special election injure all draw also how will this laws influence the strategy of democratic leaders is the giza parma mid terms with apparently more longing than the originally hab because it appears as if that task is just the scotia scotia more daunting than originally anticipated we have assisting and your pining in analysing over the show ryan williams these guys worked at the highest levels of politics most recently serving as the deputy national press secretary for government romney during his campaign for president also he previously served as communications director of the new hampshire republican state committee under former governor john h to new and as a communication staffer on former senator john eat soon news reelection campaign right always a pleasure howery buddy good ob people are are starting a while people liked him ryan congressman tim reid who had originally challenge nancy pelosi for her her a minority leadership position is speaking out that much more saily lee saying look fair or not she is the perfect rallying cry for all republicans who wished to stave off any kind of a challenge in whatever uh republican district of might be catching the attention of the democrats such as the georgia's sixth district is i mean my god what 35million from uh o such the democrats what he five million of for the republican and you know a it'll handle them quite well but still a you can't be spending up to fifty million dollars for every congressional race can you sir no we won't see that the general election this special election that the left wanted to make a stand here they wanted to have kind of a reverse scott brown's from quality time when scupper i'd won that special election to take the kennedy feet which started out of the ball rolling out a very bad year for them at twenty ten abut that didn't happen they want all it ought at their law by law no fairly convinced julia was a fourpoint margin of victory but at the end of the day voters didn't want to vote for someone who was a nancy pelosi clown who was a benefiting from a lot of outside money outside the district and who didn't.

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