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"richard bailey" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:53 min | 3 months ago

"richard bailey" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"And then add lemon Grove at sixty five years time eight oh two in this hour of the news is brought to you by anchor funding dot net San Diego county is asking the governor for local control on re opening the economy supervisor Jim Desmond says the County Board voted unanimously the motion to approve the foundation for getting back to work the framework for getting back to work so businesses can use that to create their own plans the state police re open and then also requesting from the governor total local control over how and when we open up businesses in San Diego county at the request of the governor the big gap but it's very powerful and we supported that in the final vote to give San Diego open again and give us local control to do it does the devising business groups set the gold standard for their industry when it comes to cleaning disinfection and taking care of customers whenever these companies are back open Jack critical news meanwhile the mayors of Coronado and San Marcos excited to get their cities back up and running Coronado mayor Richard Bailey things local and state leaders are taking a passive approach to re opening the economy we need to be proactive and re opening and allow their businesses to re open western health precautions in place to protect the public's help in order to protect the dignity of the worker and allows them to go back to making a living and speaking how does mark Larson mayor Bailey says Coronado small businesses are ready to reopen but San Marcos mayor Rebecca Jones has problems with only allowing small businesses to provide curbside pickup burden in my opinion because then you've got to figure out how the online shopping and well business is going to implement that all businesses are required to develop a safe re opening plan in compliance with the county guidelines Josh will lift in cocoa news so you can see the full list of guidelines it's a pogo dot com keyword news and coming up we're gonna talk to Jerry Sanders the head of the San Diego chamber of commerce at.

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"richard bailey" Discussed on Risky Business

Risky Business

11:49 min | 11 months ago

"richard bailey" Discussed on Risky Business

"We have over six hundred security vandals. NFC Ram database and most of them are there because they inquired about sponsoring they reached out to us but in the end we wind up doing business with about twenty to twenty eighty five vendors in any given calendar year so this is my way of saying we can't just accept any sponsor who comes along now. Does this mean that we endorse awesome any of the vendors we featuring. They sponsored segments no it doesn't I mean I'm not practitioner. I cannot tell you these guys fantastic guaranteed tade but we generally select vendors four snake oil is who we think doing interesting things vendors who we think will give us an interesting and relevant conversation for audience about what they're doing and why and that's really what these podcasts are about. That's the process explainer out of the way so let me tell you about what's going to be in this edition. Shen of snake oil is in this podcast. You're going to hear from three vendors. I will hear from industry. Luminary Richard Bailey who is working currently with call call offer products based on Zeke which used to be known as Bro but yeah that that's a super cool chat with Richard and I let it run long because is it's Richard Bite Lick come on right so that one actually runs a little bit longer than the interviews in in oil is normally do then we're going to hear from Marshall Web from path networks. It's and that's also a really great interview that one Masha will be telling us about Abe an xt pay to technologies open source technologies that are really pushing the state of the art indeed AAs mitigation forward basically these two things now main that you can efficiently mitigate data's attacks with commodity hardware. We're so path has built a business around that and by the looks of things going after those arbor networks based services they've already got a terabyte per second of connectivity ability which is a lot of bits per second for a relatively new company but yeah they're idea is the data scrubbing and standby data scrubbing services shouldn't cost a fortune it's kind of a tax on business and they're using the lightest standards and the latest techniques to mitigate these attacks using commodity hardware and they're passing on the savings to customers. They've also built some really cool distributed network monitoring tools as well so the going on in that interview that is number two this time and then I lost snake oil it for this edition is respond software. They make a decision agent for socks basically but I guess that's kind of underselling they quite quite literally aiming to replace frontline salk analysts with software. Now the funny thing is right. You might think that that sounds a bit risky but say this out loud. We can't use a software agent for first line monitoring because we might miss something so yeah when you say it out loud. It's kind of funny right because everybody's already missing. Thank stuff response. Whole pitch is that they can bump out a list of like five serious things? Your sock should be doing that day. Instead of trolling through tens of thousands of meaningless context less alerts let's and when you finished with those five confirm serious things you can always go back and look at your logs but as you hear response customer actually starting to really trust it to do that first piece of analysis so so that is also an interesting chat so yeah. We got a bunch of stuff right bunch of stuff to talk through in this edition so let's kick it off now without chat with Richard has has previously appeared a few times as a guest on this podcast. I think you can really describe rigid as an industry luminary. He's been in the discipline since the ninety s he's written a bunch of books so on and so on and these days he is with Choline. Their goal is to transform network traffic into actionable data for analysis forensics and real time response response. Their product is based on the open source tool zeke which was formerly bro and Richard joined me to talk about it and he is what he had to say. If you think about got a spectrum of what you can learn about your network at one end of the spectrum you've got write everything to disk and that's a full content peak cap collection the other end of the spectrum you have tell me as best as you can just the things that I want to know that might be good or bad or however you define you. If you you WANNA have policy violations or whatever you call it now you can think you know going back to the PHILIPPIC APP. That's great but even in an era of inexpensive storage how you GonNa make use of that data on a daily basis at the other end the alerts would if you miss something what if you don't have an alert for whatever however the attack is so Zeke sits right in the middle of that and the idea behind it is to give you an idea the of what's happening on a network in a form that has enough detail that you can make some sense of it but not so much that it just takes a lot out of space and it's tough to index and all that it's a pretty simple idea but it turns out that there really aren't many products or offerings offerings in that space like the thing that we always like it's compared to quite often is net flow but Netflix for the most part is just a description of who who talked to who when how much data was passed piece protocols that sort of thing and we'll give you that with our connection log but then any protocol protocol that Zeke understands. We're GONNA give you data about that as well so let's say you've got a TCP connection and on top of that is an https session session. We're going to give you what we can from each bs which will end up being. SSL Data so we'll give you server names. We'll we'll tell you information about the certificates in if you want we can extract the certificates and you can save that to disk and all of this is linked through a connection. ID's so that or you ideas as they appear in the logs so that if you're trying to figure out what relates to what you're trying to do like you know your data science or whatever you WANNA call it on that information and it makes it easy to follow that chain and as it turns out it does a really nice place to be if you're trying to understand what's happening on your network because we the answer a lot of the questions that security person wants to know in a small footprint that can be saved for basically forever if you if you think about having adding some type of hot storage that goes into database or or spunk or Hemu or Google Chronicle or whatever and if you WanNa do cold storage just writing text files to disk or or Jesus files to disk and put it up in Amazon Glacier is something forever so that's that's the basic idea and we can we can expand and beyond that I'm sure yeah it. Kinda reminds me a little bit like it's similar to what the team at iceberg did that they were a small company wound pinquater by Gigamon. This was a bit different in that it streamed everything to the to the cloud and it was very much about metadata but what I found interesting about them and what I find interesting about coal is that here we are in two thousand nineteen when apparently network monitoring is dead and yet you exist and people are people are buying your stuff. I think the the death of network security monitoring has maybe been called a bit prematurely. Yeah I actually wrote a blog post early early on court late and the marketing team labeled it. NSM is dead. I I was a little shocked like Oh. No this is great. This is going to get around that I think. NSM is dead but it ended up. Just being a you know a click. I suppose the people would read the Post and his dad long live. NSM Yeah Yeah so there's no doubt out that it is not the same world as it was when I started in one thousand nine hundred seven hundred ninety eight back then if you saw something on the wire it was generally unencrypted and when it was a non binary protocol so let's say it was not a son remote procedure call or something like that. It was generally text so you could read it so it was simple. https you could read the page and see what it's doing if it was a file transfer over FTP you could read the commands and if it was telling that you could read the administrator or a criminal interacting with your system and that was a great way to figure out what was happening because it was just right there you know fast forward due to the last ten years or so and more and more traffic is encrypted. You can't do that anymore. It did kind of make a lot of the full packet capture stuff. That was very very trendy like a witness. There was another one God what was it called. It was the one that got sold to but that stuff was super hip for awhile and then everything started getting encrypted. That's like look at least captured packets. We've got that we can't read seamless soda well. There's an interesting workflow to that so the workflow the full many of the full package vendors particularly a company like net witness was around network forensics and it was a it was a similar approach that you would take jaquith file based forensics. Imagine you have a disc you want to extract all the artifacts rendered them in a way that an analyst can look through them and when they find the stolen invoice they ah that person's not supposed to have that on the computer the way that the network forensic vendors took it was the traffic was captured during certain periods was essentially the hard disk ask they would extract all the artifacts presented to the analyst that is generally not the same kind of workflow though that we've seen develop in the era of the modern sock and the the rise of of Sims generally what you would you find people doing is threat hunting. That's became popular for the last nine ten years or so. it's looking for something that you didn't necessarily know was bad and because of that you don't need to have every word document that was transferred on the wire to you the one hundred percent right and this is on looking at what's related which connection came from what other connection and whatever and what I've noticed to ride is you've got this a new breed of security vendor. That's coming up at the moment where they've clearly had a lot of design clearly a lot of design influence from people who've worked in incident response wants and I'm thinking in that case like companies like Alpha sock right which is Chris McNab who is very much an incident responder who's doing stuff like real time the main analytics and Ip analytics and things like that call. That's another one I had another one in my head but it's not quite there anymore but yeah I I'm definitely seeing that fusion fusion between people working incident response now saying well hang on if we had been looking at looking for this more at the time we might have had a better shot at detection here Yeah Yeah Yeah and that brings up a really interesting point you. When you buy our product there is an interface but it's essentially a sensor management health and welfare interface now? There may be some additional things coming to that. I've I've been encouraging and helping develop at core light but for the most part our product is built on giving you the data we don't WanNa be another pane of glass that you have to monitor and somehow integrate into your workflow so be initially. I thought this is GonNa be kind of difficult perhaps to due to sell to customers because they want to see the data but it turns out at this point in the in the market. Everybody's got a place for the data to go right. They already have their spunk. Infrastructure structure or the market honestly is being disrupted very heavily. I think companies like a back store companies the chronicle within Google with their back story product people are seeing that you can do a lot with with just really good high fidelity data whether it's from the host or in are cases from the network through through Corlett Zeke so we don't sell you painted glass. We give.

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Country House wins at Kentucky Derby after Maximum Security's historic disqualification

At The Track with Sam Spear

07:00 min | 1 year ago

Country House wins at Kentucky Derby after Maximum Security's historic disqualification

"Now to tell us give his opinion of what to place today and the dramatic finish of the Kentucky Derby with the first disqualification ever in a hundred and forty five runnings. We welcome Erin. Vera, Cousy to the show. Good morning. Erin. Hey, good morning. Sam thanks for having me on what we appreciate it. What your thoughts about what place yesterday? That was a dramatic finishing dramatic twenty five minutes afterwards. I can tell you that. And I'm like, you know, I I'm on here representing sporty kings of media returned mainly aurea former writer, and he has written five Kentucky Derby is one of my partners. He works for naira and FOX as well Jesse goal of very respected handicapper for the last I'll say forty years, and I'm probably doing him in Justice on that. 'cause he says he watched races up four he's a partner, and we were conversing after the race cross the wire and and the objection signed came on. And we couldn't have disagreed more. All three of us agreed on one thing. We never thought the winner would come down. I'm like, there's no way they take him down. But we did disagree on this and Richard Bailey or Jesse go very very adamantly said that he should not have come down. I said he should he should come down. But I didn't think the stores would disqualify maximum. Security because a lot of times, you know, in every sport the referees. Let you play a little a little more. Once you go into the playoffs and the NBA finals or the NFL playoffs and the Super Bowl the referees kinda keep their flagging their pocket a little more than they normally would. But it was a foul. And and you know, I think a lot of people when you look back at the actual drifting out of maximum security. It could have been a lot worse, and that everyone should agree on that were grateful for because we didn't want it safety. I and I think that decision to take maximum security down. It was the right? Call maximum security should have been disqualified because of that infraction on war of Lil. I've read this morning already Sam that a lot of people, and I'm getting the feeling just reading their messages social media's blowing up this. I'm getting the feeling that it's not so much. That it wasn't a foul that they don't people don't like the way it went about. And they don't like seeing country house back into a derby win. And I think that's unfortunate. A lot has been said about why didn't war wills jockey Tyler gaffe, Lille Clave, Sal. Well, maybe he did maybe he claimed maybe the Stewart why didn't the stewards put up an inquiry. Maybe they got an objection from jockey. And they were thinking putting up the inquiry sign, and they just decided look we'll put the claim a foul up and look at it. We don't need the inquiry could have been a number of things they took their time looking at over. If it if it truly is horse safety first that wasn't infraction. And and I thought war of will was cost of placing. I'm not so sure about the disqualification behind that the AT. I'm not sure you go all the way back to long range toddy, and then Seattle oughta horse, and I think if that inquiry are that. That infraction would've just been long range toddy. I'm not sure maximum security comes down. But I think he can argue war of will at still have a horse. So looking at that in full having time to digest it. But I'm gonna tell you there's a lot of people on the other side of the fence on that maximum security was the best horse absolutely in that race. He was the best horse. And and I don't disagree with anyone that says that but that wasn't infraction. And I think the stewards got it. Right. Even though there was no right decision. They had a very difficult decision. There was no, right. Call on that. Because I think a lot of, you know, look a lot of new fans watch the Kentucky Derby, and they don't understand that he didn't cause the twelve countries the twenty country house any in Peterman whatsoever. But country has got to be put up in front of him. I think that's a lot of the misconceptions from a lot of new rates fans. But at the end of the day Sam, I think. They got it. Right. And I'm probably in order to that. I do believe though, it shouldn't have taken twenty two minutes. And I do believe their explanation should've been should've been on the air to the viewers around the country, and they should have put up the inquiry themselves. If I agree looks like. Looks like they didn't see it. Yeah. Well, and you know, what the stewards actually in in the steward's room, the stewarts have three people that are watching three different angles. And I I'm not gonna try determine what was talked about after they crossed the wire if they were either looking back at the top of the stretch before they said anything or before they get anything. I'm not I agree. The inquiry science should have been up the way this was handled with the jockey claim afoul. Not the inquiry. What the twenty five minutes away with the non explanation, by the way, even after the races in a press conference. It was just a statement rather than an explanation the betting public didn't get to see what they saw. And why they did it the betting public didn't get to hear what they saw. And why they did it afterwards. I thought they handled it very poorly the actual call it self. However, I think they got right. Well, yeah. We had Jay Primin on prior to you. And he said I said, well, this is very disappointing because we would have had undefeated horse going to the break nece. And he said, well, we still if they both go we still have a little drama there in the sense that, but you really can't envision the sixty five to one shot went in weakness. And you know, I think that some of that look I think some of the frustration with the betting public is that country house wasn't the best horse in the Kentucky Derby and gonna win country house ran great. I don't care. What is where he ran great. He put himself in a good spot early on from afar. Outside post. I'm not gonna take anything away from country house is he's the derby winner deservedly. I could argue that either way. But when I look at you know, I think some of the frustration. If that was improbable or game winner or roads or somebody that was second and they got put up. I'm not sure there'd be as much as much frustration today as as

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"richard bailey" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"richard bailey" Discussed on The Science Show

"Which is already in very good shape ecologically, but like most Pacific islands and many other places. It has invasive species and invasive species are very very effective on small islands. And there's a lot of native wildlife to protect a well preserved lagoon giant land crabs and nesting seabirds. You can occasionally here calling across the atoll. According to Frank Murphy, the research and conservation work underway. Here is what Marlon Brando wanted to see happening on Titi Aurora, moral Brando came to eighty in the early sixties to film, the movie the mutiny on the bounty. Out of this ship him nothing. You've given us come on by. And so he was TD quite a long time over a year. And during that time he heard about oh, and he had somebody bring him out by fishing boat to see it was a rough rough passage and he saw the island, and he just fell in love with it. He was able to get the whole island. He he got permission from the French government to buy it, which was unusual for American to be able to buy property like that here is planned for the island was to have a place where tourists came both luxury tourists and not luxury, and they paid to be here. And that funding was used to support scientific research and education programs, Marlon Brando. Also wanted this resort to operate sustainably. But combining luxury research and sustainability was a toll order, especially given Ted Hierro is extreme isolation. He's early attempts went hugely successful. So brand new. Pothead with Richard Bailey. The CEO of the resort company Pacific beach karma to come up with a plan. I think Marlin discovered all the problems that our planet faces today, many of them by purchasing this island on trying and failing to do something sustainable here. And we met in nineteen ninety nine undiscussed models that would be both sustainable and profitable. A decade after Brando died. Bailey opened the brand new resort on the island. It's a popular.

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"richard bailey" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"richard bailey" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"So she was a cool lady. Well, just like you. So she disappeared in nineteen seventy seven. She was at the mayo clinic for something or other and was supposed to be catching her flight back home to Chicago. And never apparently got on that flight Boone, she was declared legally dead and may of nineteen eighty four. There's an investigation of the case uncovered some serious criminal activity associated with Chicago state. Owners silas. Jane, Richard Bailey and Bailey was eventually charged with but not convicted of conspiring to murder Brock MRs like ten years after the fact said did they never find her body? No. They've never found anything. Okay. Barely did get a sentence after being convicted of defrauding Brock. But nobody else has been tried for her murder that's on salt. It's an unsolved case. It'd be interesting. So we might want to look at that like to do some onself ones because like to debate. What you think happened is always fun to debate. Sure. Okay. What is our next voicemail? Next voicemail is from jasmine. And she has a case suggestion, and this is a a lady from down under. Oh nice. Hi, dick Hijo. My name's jasmine. I'm from town call low, which is safe obscene. Newsouth. Well, I'll Strahl era. I just wanted to say, I absolutely about the podcast. I have a lot of chronic pain issues. And you'll put cost is the only one I listen to help me get through the nights when everyone else is asleep..

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"richard bailey" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"richard bailey" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"I'll tell you something. Good ready. Are you ready for this? Eric you listen to this zone. There were some important races on the county that we're one powei mayor alcohol mayor vista mayor Carlsbad mayor and some city council within those as well. So when we talked with Richard Bailey yesterday at a golden hall Cornell about the sand, dad control he talked about the importance of those local elections, especially on the county. And so that is the one shining bright moment of it. Now, you're going to say for how long is that could be. I'm just saying that's not what I was gonna say what I was gonna say is just a matter of time. All right. Which are very different words words, you chose. Well, what are the words? He chose how long for how matter of time. None of those words are the same at all. Could holly. How dare you? But for how long miles. For now. Just trying to get a bright spot. Just going to creep creep over there. Pretty soon alcohol, and it's going to be just like instant nita's which used to be read same thing. Keep going. Why would it not? I agree. But there's worse to me. There's much bigger issues at hand them worrying about the county in the it's like, let's Nathan Fletcher finally won an election. How about that? Are we still have the good news? No, I'm saying there's bad news to worry about not like all negative publicity show. It's so negative. Must have got into a spat or something. Exactly why. Okay. Election coverage. I I feel awful. Could he? Okay. So far apart bit off the edge. Look forward to it. It's fun and get a free Breda. Yeah. That's true. Aaa, no. But you're saying, okay bummer, and it's like do pizza. Okay. I like pizza pizza guy. Well, let's be real you'll settle for pizza. We'll settle but I'm thinking downtown, maybe some new pizza maybe seven. I haven't tried. A little more pro than than you just portrayed right there. Okay. On my way for for pizza. As compared to to lay. No. It's a step down. Yeah. Yeah. Definitely. He's still up there. So the boss man at like eight thirty gets pizzas, boys. Right. So I go backstage. Two pizzas. Okay. One. What do you think? What what do you think? If you were of ordering pizzas for a group of people. Okay. Talent. You don't know what their preferences? That's fine. I think I would know my talents preference. Okay. What would you go? You're gone for your boat buying pizzas for a group of people. I would go one all cheese and one with pepperoni. Ninety five percent of people would go with those two amazing. Someone's feeling a little crazy, and they do like a veggie or meat lovers. And that's why like sausa- maybe half of it. Yeah. You want to go too, far, maybe do like eagle crash half of it's going to be like a meat lover's pizza or something like that? Right. Boss man, went with Hawaiian. And then pineapple at ham and the whole young then this absolutely flavourless. Yeah. Like like horrifically bad. Unbelievable. How there were things on it didn't taste like anything. Everything was cardboard like a Margarita. So like, no, no sauce. Blantyre many tomatoes. No, not that tough Margarita. I get. Just like a little bit of basil. Maybe on it. Okay. I know what you're talking about this like usually balls of melted mozzarella mozzarella now. Listen to this. If it's worse detainees, I come down. And there's a small little box very small box for the boss to pepperoni pieces. He got himself. He's got you got us Hawaii. This is a trophy. Absolute flavor less and then two pieces of pepperoni forever. This is troll job. He's just messing with you guys at this point. Out of his way to get the right pizza for himself. Early. I'm faking. So now to who's refused. So is that what that's what set between me and my house. We're both in agreement on that. We're just foul mood. Boys..

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"richard bailey" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

10:07 min | 1 year ago

"richard bailey" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"To make sense of it all also local here for a second mayor of Coronado is with us. Richard bailey. How are you doing great? Give us your local important races at narrative here. Absolutely. So the saying all politics is local is certainly true for San Diego. There are a handful of really critical seats that will depending on the outcome. Those elections will go a long way to shaping policy through some of these regional boards. Such a sandbag sandbag is a Transportation Board. That's they're the ones that dole out funding between transit highways, and they're also taking a far more active role and housing than ever. Than they ever have before. They are. They were was created for transportation. Now, they are. Yeah. Because they are a body. The really represents the entire region more and more important policy decision making is happening at that board. Sandiego area association of government. So it's different cities all of the couch all put different representatives all this board every city in the county has a Representative on that board. Which is why these local races are so important. So the handful races that I'm really paying close attention to our Carlsbad. We have the mayor Carlos bed. Matt hall this up against court Schumacher and good Republican. Now, very salt guy. He's doing a great job in Carlsbad. He's a great Representative to that board. We also have up in San Marcos, Rebecca Jones, she's the vice mayor San Marcos going up against Chris Orlando, who's a council member former mayor, San Marcos, Jim Desmond, of course, is up for county board supervisor it looks like he should win that seat. How those two local races Matt hall in Carlsbad and Rebecca Jones in San Marcos could go a long way to shape. Okay. So let's say the Democrats win in those seats. They would be appointed on Saturday. Which means they would probably vote to do what with transportation. So right now transportation money is split leave or not about half of all your local transportation dollars is spent on buses and trolleys. Meanwhile, only thirteen percent of all transportation dollars actually goes to highways here regionally, whereas the rest the rest of that goes to primarily roads. Okay. Roughly got it. So thoroughly thirty percent goes to highway seventy eight that I was on yesterday the parking lot at our largest park county. So you're the one who wrote the article that fifty percent of transportation money is spent to booth three percent of people that is correct. And that's a number this actually going down. So despite population growth in the county increase about twelve percent over the past ten twenty years despite spending fifty percent of all transportation hours in transit over that same time period. The number writers is actually decreasing. Okay. So if the Republicans are on there because I know we talked about this Forrester bears have Marcus. No. I think we talked to the lady was running out. What's Rebecca Joe Jones? She said, no we are. I will bring money to fix the seventy eight. Absolutely. So you have a really strong coalition of mayors between hopefully, Rebecca Jones Sam Abed. Matt hall are all the north county region trying to fix the seventy eight. So you're going to see them voting as a bloc hopefully to get the resources up in that region that day desert those taxpayers deserve. Okay. Any of the racists, Carlsbad, San Marcos, also the city lamesa. So you have guy werther and Bill Baber who are two city council members both Republican, and they are being challenged by Shirley, Weber the daughter, wait, it guess who else? They're being your this'll be a familiar name. He's going to bring up as also running against these guys you're gonna love this. Dave myers. Privy back. Yes. Who recently ran for sheriff. That's right people really love campaign, even after they lose a progressive. And so those that race right there could really shape who gets appointed from LA Mesa to that Sanjay board. Okay. There's the local races local props measures that anything else, you're focused. So even on the mayor of Coronado, I'm really interested to see what the city of San Diego does with the two stadium measures. Where do you fall in any? I don't have a strong opinion on them one way or the other. I wouldn't be surprised if you see both measures go down, and that will kind of put on his back on the city council to show some leadership with what they want to do with that area state races. Stay races. Gosh, I mean, obviously propsects hoping that gets passed as I mentioned before the state's already doing in my opinion, an awful job with allocating resources where they need to go to move people. I don't think we should be giving them even more of our money. Have a good picture. This is not the right day for. But let's say props props sticks passes, which would repeal the gas tax, which it looks like bite right right to toss up. So let's it passes, isn't it? Bizarre that we live in a state where those same voters would pass every other tax increase and Gavin Newsom and all these other on that. I don't I don't I don't know. How anyone could the world just seems upside down sometimes in the state of California, even more. So yeah. So we're going to repeal twelve set gas tax, but we're going for everybody. Who else? Get free health care to illegal immigrants. The whole thing going to pay for it later. We'll figure it of course, see I I grew up in Illinois. I've been out here. Forty two years since I came here as a small child just out of the womb. But do you want to see the future you go to a couple of times a year? They say, you know, we're really out of money, and then they decided well, let's vote some stuff anyway. Thank God capital Jeeves that states cannot coin or print money or digitize or bitcoin it or whatever you're one of the guys running guy running for the assembly versus of appel. I think he wants a state Bank. Is that what you talk about FOX and the hen house or the sending lettuce rabbit passed up? That is just that's like do not go there. Just the nightmarish step. And again, we're gonna look back. If if is it appears barring a miracle that that new becomes governor Birlik back wistfully on the days, Jerry Brown. Like, I remember what about every every forty two bills. He might veto one. Yep. No. It's it's going to get crazy. You would hear that sentiment? Shared by a lot of Republicans in the state house in the state Senate that Jerry Brown at the end of the day all things considered wasn't that bad. He's like a speed which is really saints because he'd be on the gun style. For example. He would eat approved six and then he beat a couple. Of course, the thing that they all get that. They've had regardless of party for governor. You get to when these eight hundred plus bills come to you the way it works is you can decide to sign it or you can veto it or if you do nothing, then it stays the way. It is. You say listen, I never touched that. So talk about a great way to give yourself cover. I never signed that Bill vetoed. Either. You mean? Politician ducks responsibility is that you don't think Coronado, you're tough. And you're one of the voices of reason when it comes all the sandbags stuff and everything else the answer to everything is not bike Lance shock or the oftentimes just count the number of people in the trolley. I like, trains and planes, Donald salesman. Just don't want to ride them. Yeah. Do you write those on the rideshare pick a pick your work day kind of thing? You can't exactly you can't use it Coronado believe it or not. We don't have a trolley. We're not gonna take a picture like other politicians do standard got. Hey, I'm writing. Back in the Uber to get to help belly hair. He's the mayor of Cornell. Let's hear it for the mayor cord. Mr bailey. Thank you. That is one of the bright shining, new elected officials upper newer. Hey, listen. He's not he I don't know if he can still here right now. But the time about Republicans running for mayor of San Diego in two thousand twenty dollars. There's not really any good names out there. If you asked me realize, we gotta get four. That's why tonight we're watching. We're going to watch very closely when we get these I write up for the polls close at eight. We get the early trickle of results here to watch those city council races two four six eight. Do we appreciate, hey? Those those San Diego districts because the the union leaders are trying to get just one more twenty or because then they can veto override the mayoral veto make Kevin Faulkner lame duck for a year and a half. Here's a fun factoid. And you think about all the different bills that get dressed up for children, and puppies and veterans and all that California. This time around we ballots, which are obviously large voluminous, you gotta do your homework. You realize that today election day in California. Statewide, there are two hundred fifty four local tax measures on ballots to because they're figuring how we can't be can't do it this way or that way. So we'll just do it this way, it will make them think that they're gonna die. It's always like you're gonna die. It's going to be mayhem. Two hundred fifty four hundred fifty four different local tax measures on the California. Ballot. This is according to California taxpayers association and the LA times wrote about this review of ballot materials at a handful of communities finds that voters are simply told the new tax will help fund basic operations. Basic governmental or whatever that they could do with the record revenues at their own, right? But because the single biggest expense for many of these municipalities is public safety than they say, well, it's for your safety and twelve for the animals, but it's also food safety. Two hundred fifty six. One decrease. It has propsects. Is that is that better? If it's for the safety is that better than for the children because usually it was. You can't do that on the prop twelve which is about the the animals that are normally our grill. Let's see what you did. But but in that case that but they have to throw an and food safety. And I you need to push their children are directly cruelty and safety. Talk plasmon. A happier. Pick the bacon. Tastes better. It. Sure. Does. So through soon. Zoom. They're still voting. Daughter lives in northern California. We got into a heated debate or that last night. You're gonna hate this. I said I just don't like the.

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"richard bailey" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"richard bailey" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Was almost. But I won't do it. Richard bailey. I appreciate it. Thanks for coming on. Hey, thank you mouth. I'm gonna go one. You can check out that article voices San Diego. It's time to put roads over transit again. I'm gonna read that stat. He he talked about at the beginning. They're more than fifty percent of local transportation dollars are spent to move just three point five percent of commuters. Okay. So when you go to vote if someone says, oh, no vote. No one props six because you wanna roads to be whatever they say, whatever the ballot says in there that made up. Oh, you don't like a roads. You don't like our bridges. It's gonna kill you. If you don't, you know, if we don't get these dollars realize that fifty percent of that local transportation dollars are spent should move three point five percent of people. It's just it's amazing. And I think we we sit here. And when we talk about the dollars like Richard was saying that then trawling project. In LA Hoya, which if you've driven anywhere anywhere near UT lawyer, you'll see how ridiculous that traffic is because of the backup of the trolley construction. I don't think we realize what two point two billion dollars looks like because I feel like in the government and the tax dollars. It's like just give him a couple of billion. And it's like, no that's a lot of money the school board asked for a couple of billion dollars in couldn't that be used somewhere better. Just something come up with idea. And I like Richard's idea if you if you just would use dollars to go with private organizations like he was talking about Uber lift for some reason, whatever the real, well, you know, what the reason is the government doesn't like the private organizations so smarter idea. It's a better idea than they have. They said, Nope. Can't do it. Very frustrating. One eight hundred seven sixty five three six we'll take your thoughts on that as well as Connie and Trump, you're on AM, seven sixty talking breaking news. News Jim chevette what we got coming up workers from San Diego. Red Cross had mobilized to help the victims of hurricane Michael accrue, four we're in the region before Michael came on shore. But more local crews are preparing to travel to the areas impacted by the hurricane a hoarder house in Clermont is finally being cleaned up after years of complaints from neighbours today. The city attorney's office appointed receiver to oversee the cleanup which involves boats cars, trucks, tools, and other facts. Littering the front side yards for years. A man in his sixties lived in the home. A motorcyclist was killed today. In a collision.

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"richard bailey" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

08:31 min | 2 years ago

"richard bailey" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"So I feel so vindicated. Now, this is. Are you an outcast? Are they coming after you with pitchforks from the crowd going? How dare you utter truth in this year? Why everyone is welcome to form their own opinion on the matter. But I I have an obligation to point out. The fact, and I think there are a whole bunch of people on on in our camp that they think we are failing with our current transportation policy. So you're as a mayor you're part of the whole Sanday group. Right. So you see all this stuff coming and going in the money getting association of governments and so forth. Everybody has a say, correct. That's right. That's right. Yeah. So every city in the county has a Representative to the board. And of course, is that rail transportation planning agencies. So they're the ones that are actually going out all the money for roads transit and highways. So the number there, and you have this in your piece I'll link this over on Twitter at Mark Larson radio to some people are gonna read this Richard Bailey. The mayor of Coronado with us here public TRAN. That'd be like buses and trolleys gets fifty percent. Plus of all local transportation funding is a lot of money and then just thirteen percent to highways and then three point five percent of commuters ride public transit. But even those numbers, I don't believe those numbers because you know, they can count every segment you can be counted. Like, you have alter egos, you can go from santee all the way down to the border and just kind of stay on the trolley all day, you're gonna count not just once correct? Exactly. Yes. And so Mark was so shocking. Is that no matter how you numbers and even if they are inflated it still only three and a half percent of commuters. Yeah. But I think that's overstated. That's that's my point. That's based on their numbers county multiple times. And so even if it was numbers are overstated when you consider that we're still standing over fifty percent of our transportation dollars on best case scenario three and a half percent of caters. It starts to beg. The question of whether or not our transportation policies are working also not commentary, Mark. I pointed out that the coast trolley line, which is running properly downtown San Diego over to the UT area and UCLA three. Yeah. That's right. That's right. So when you're stuck on the highway and you're wondering, why am I stuck in traffic? Well, the mid coast trolley line is gonna be costing two point two billion dollars to complete some of the money comes from the federal government. A lot of the money comes from local transportation dollars from here in the county. It would be cheaper. Trolley line is only estimated to carry seventeen thousand riders a gay maybe cheaper. Yeah. Maybe we never hit those projections, by the way, but it would be cheaper to pay each rider a hundred and twenty five thousand dollar check today. Wow. We're paying them a thousand dollars a year for the next thirty years to build and operate the Netco Charline, probably expensive transit transit. And also. And this is the thing. Nobody wants to talk about maybe maybe you would touch on this, but transit also, I mean, the unintended consequences. Are it makes crime easier to move around it, you know, people hop on and go I nobody's on the honor system, and there's enforcement and safety concerns, or what have you and the trolleys better than many big city conveyances here. But you know, they extended out San Diego State suddenly things start to happen. I can only imagine how things will be when it's UT and UCSD. I'll tell you the people who are the core audience if you will for UT for the high end stores aren't saying, hey, I think I'll take the trolley TC. Just not gonna happen. Really? You know, you're you're you're right. I mean from an economic standpoint transit considered an inferior good people with economic conditions improve. They tend to choose anything, but transit, and so despite the fact that we have poured tons of money into investments in transit, and we subsidize two thirds of the cost of every single there. And the fact that the sandy wood county population has increased by ten percents over the last ten years or so transit ridership is down. So despite us pouring, more and more resources into transit. Number transit riders is actually down over the past ten years. So it just begs the question is it working? And as you know, we never your listeners are stuck in traffic. I hope they asked that question, and I'm sure they will conclude it it's not working. So is it just an addiction when it comes to spending more. If the ridership is down there thinking if you build it they will come or because some of these. Various leaders in groups like sand dagger looking at saying, well one day renegade. Forced people out of their cars, still we'll have to do it. And then we have all this built and ready to go. Or is it just a matter is it like the bullet trains future? The slow train the snail train with Jerry Brown. We say, well, we gotta keep making it look like we're kind of onto this. So we can get the quote federal money close coach, you know, I think you really touched on all the different components that go into making these decisions and part of it is that the state of California has turned mandates. The fantastic tries to bide by the federal government tangles a lot of money out that's available for transportation project. But most of that money or a good chunk of money is only available for transit projects so between the state and federal government. They're trying to steer local governments towards investing more and more in transit, even though the vast majority of commuters, I don't choose transit. And so that's kind of allowing us to make in my opinion, poor financial decisions on behalf of our taxpayers. I think. I think most of your listeners would be shocked to learn that only thirteen percent of all the transportation dollars spent locally actually goes to highways. So if you're wondering why you're stuck in traffic, it's because of that big disparity between what we spend on transit and what we spend on highways. Well, you've opening nice can of worms here, and it's gonna be fun one. Who's who's been grumpiest? Have you gotten some like, the call from fellow elected official will or to saying this, isn't helpful. I gotta say generally speaking, Mark, their reaction from the the handful board numbers I heard from so far has been a very positive. I think, you know, much like the public all the board members want are the facts to allow us to make the best policy decisions possible. And so that was my objective with his commentaries. And really put the fact out there for not just the public to see. But also, the Ford number fifty and allow us to have this conversation about what is the best way to move our? Region ford. Well, good for you. And I just linked over on Twitter at Mark Larson radio. You can see the heading is it's time to put roads. Over transit, Richard Bailey of mayor Coronado NAR. You part of this thing that is back again this idea that maybe the toll booths which are still there should be reactivated. So the riffraff like us. Won't come in. And hang out. We'd love coming to Coronado. Is this some new Kabbalah? Will it be a visa program houses going to work? Great question. Yeah. You know, what this is one of those issues where it's election season. So it's really see them one of a candidate running for city council kind of made it offhand remark that they would like to see the toll brought back onto the Coronado bridge. That is not something that we are exploring the Coronado bridge is actually an entity of the state of California. So we'll take a date legislation to reinstate it is ever since the bridge was paid for. It was paid for quote unquote, back in the day, and nobody thought okay, no more tolls. But the toll booths are still there. I feel like it should be a Reagan moment. Well, Sacramento wouldn't be Mr Mayor. It'd be cared down. This toll booth. Or something. So I like I like, we're headed up our thank you. All right. Hey, appreciate it. Then the stay strong in this issue in the transit deals about somebody about time. Somebody at the mayoral level said, wait a minute. Let's look at this differently. And I'm glad you did. Thanks mayor. Hey, thanks for you bet. This tornado mayor Richard Bailey can see voice of San Diego piece. I have haven't linked there again at Mark Larson radio. Just basically say, hey, forget all these transit projects just build more roads. I know that's common sense. It's crazy. You're not supposed to have that. In politics. Oh, I like it. AM seven sixty talk and breaking news. Well, if you have water damage, and it strikes, you need to act quickly time is of the essence and doesn't even mean, necessarily rain. Well, you don't what happened the other day with the water main north park Henault when that happens. What do you do.

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"richard bailey" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"richard bailey" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Gas electric companies with high electricity bills utility tells the union Tribune the daily that it plans to go before the California Public utilities commission and ask for a number of policy changes aimed at reducing the financial burden on ratepayers. Am I gonna proposes is please? I want to see how forcefully it's worded. Please eliminate the high usage charge that they use to stick us for high usage when we need to use especially those of us in east county where we need to well, stay conscious. Not pass out not expire in the heat. I think the way to argue that in Sacramento just say, this is the to California's John Cox talks about if you're along the coast, you don't need to use your conditioning. If you're out in the rest of real, California, the well, then it's daughter or expire. I'm loaded that there's John Cox who was loaded up with coffee when he told us that particular deal. So. Well, we'll see how forcefully they do this. And we do get that there's a refund coming. I guess that. All SDG users are somehow tied to Santa no free. You just shut down. This is not on. Thanks, Mr Obama said, but anyways, so the he started very civil he must be listening to Hillary Clinton. Well, unless you can you can you can not be civil so. We'll see how this plays out because first of all all the increases offset the dinky little here's a little back. It's like your cell phone Bill. They don't want you to look and really see. What's there or it's kind of like when you do your taxes to the IRS? No, no, no. You should just tax me the amount that you actually need rather than taxing me so much and then giving me money back at the end of the year. That's right. And I make you think they're doing you a favor we're going to give you a refund. Yes. My money. But we'll we'll keep an eye on all that as we do. I feel very encouraged here on the Mark Larson show on AM seven sixty talking breaking news that I just encourage being here, Dan. Thank you. I may mention occasionally my problems with the transit system and how they count writers right because when we had the the ride day, and the you can you can get counted. Eight times if you stay on say the trolley from ninety five percent of the elected officials were writing it. And nobody else was they ride on take mass transit to work dates only elected officials for the most part mostly elected official. So sometimes I feel like an alone voice in the wilderness sank, we just build more roads and answer memo to Cal trans as well. Forget the high occupancy HOV lanes just give us more roads. Please. And besides why we begging them. It's our money. Anyway. And they are starting this edifice complex thing where they build new a new edifice like the Taj Mahal for Cal trans in old town have the roads gotten better or worse than they built that a few years ago. I would say worse. So put the money into roads. I know the mass transit stop is nice and politicians like the press conferences. So I thought I'd kinda thought I was being the the grumpy outlier on that. And then I see this op Ed piece that the mayor of Coronado Richard Bailey wrote invoices.

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"richard bailey" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"richard bailey" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"On the monday morning when we came into work through the day we walked not smoke cloud get bigger and then we came out in the afternoons try to find some of the flames very so relentless work in a way for everyone involved from the mountain rescue to the to the pete rangers and volunteers hours it's been amazing what we were doing to actually stop the fire helicopters were bombing this fire edge with water there was bows is brought by the rangers and the gamekeepers and mountain rescue which sprayed on the people refi basis just beating out dave i know you've been absolutely rush off your feet for the last week so we'll go and get on with the rest of your day i know you've got to do afternoon getting these fires under control has been extremely difficult firefighters the army an hundreds of years have been working night and day to try and put them out including the gamekeeper's who work around here i've come to me richard bailey from the peak district mulan great which represents the interests of the shooting and gabe keeping community and he's he's very strange looking vehicle appear on the moors i'm just gonna claim climbing and join you this is a this is what they call a fogo this is an odd to the vehicle the fogging unit is the water tank on the back which carries about two hundred and fifty three hundred league supporter motor on on a pressurized hose which we use firefighting it looks like a big an extremely butch golf boogie really you can have a lot of manpower there and maybe not achieve a lot but what you need specialist kit like this on the helicopters have been giving support that is what will put this pete far apart from rain gamekeepers you burn moore's professionally some people have argued that it is precisely the way the mall is managed that has meant that these more fires they summer have been so bad how do you respond to that totally opponent opposites to that we are restricted by not lincoln and dafur by manage the malls you know we can't just willy nilly so to speak we would like to say better firebreaks putting in you know peatland restoration which is going on at the moment is very good but given the this dry weather whatever you have you can't say you could have stopped it but if i was managing a different ways that it was wetter surely the fire wouldn't passage i've seen fire going crosstalk vegetation on completely southern ground so that's not the case okay let's jump out your wait and see how it works.

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"richard bailey" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"richard bailey" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Two of us in the two of us in the former harvard professor adjunct of course for me do you know who i am a hunting license over here go ahead paul you're next with howie carr and corey lewandowski you're with to harvard professors and bestselling new york times authors go ahead quarter will go off on a bus right i tried to reach and i was originally brought up in chicago in the early fifties and up until about mid sixties which is when the lovely original richard bailey mayor was there and i don't know if people unused coast actually ever know about this or know about it now but i can tell you this at any time during his i notice what's going on but at any time during his his mayorship so to speak you you couldn't buy an ice cream cone unless you paint somebody off and that's world mr obama got his training and he knows all that stuff and if you did anything you didn't want to do and somebody caught you at it you were in and made it like it you know they would make some phone calls river the the your your your tabloid newspaper in chicago the sun times one time they decided to do an investigative project you hear about that you remember this cory now they they they just said we're gonna set where are you going to send these guys in reporters and they pretend that they wanted to buy a bar and set up a bar remember this your river this caller and they they so they just started they just recorded being shaken down by everyone at city hall pop to bottoms everywhere they everywhere they went every step they made setting up the bar somebody was shaking them down from from the city i'm shocked by this shots my faith in humanity is now ruined graft in chicago they put it but at least they put it all together you know what i mean it was a did they get the bar how we that's the important question did they get the liquor licence because at the very valuable tool in chicago i think it was near kaminsky field as as barack obama used to describe it thanks for the call paul allen you're next with how car and core lewandowski's go ahead alan hi howie well according to me.

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"richard bailey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"richard bailey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good evening my fellow citizens tonight i wanted to speak to you nightside let's get ready three going up here on tuesday i'm may twenty second loved that song love that song okay couple of things here before we get back to our phone calls we get right back to our phone calls we have a a halftime guest colonel richard bailey colonel richard bailey i appreciate him joining us tonight as the commander of the eight hundred and fourth mill medical brigade a danvers mass at devon's massachusetts fort devons for those of us who have spent some time up there at different times during a life and colonel bailey welcome to nightside how are you dan thank you so much for having me on you called me a few weeks ago and we talked about a a program that you're very much involved in which basically is a program to make people more aware of how you stop bleeding everybody knows about cpr everybody knows about the heimlich maneuver but not many people know accurately correctly how to stop how to apply attorney that's correct in this program started in conjunction with dr david king a few weeks ago you roseanne sedonia on who one of the victims of the boston bombing rake guest dr king was actually her surgeon and i saw him on television talking about turkey control in procure school she was teaching nurses at parochial schools and this is something as brigade commander i knew that we could helped him bring the message out through popular so over the past two years we've done about fourteen hundred massachusetts residents from all walks of life police officers to school nurses etc we go out into the communities we teach start to bleed techniques and hopefully make people you know the bystanders who decide to engage by and we call them by doers more effective than what they're doing and can.

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"richard bailey" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"richard bailey" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Stole two hundred thousand dollars she admitted it to stay police he confessed is stealing more than two hundred thousand dollars henry editor he'll she is still not been charged with a crime although district attorney marco cerna said he will prosecute on top of that twenty sixteen the state is agreed to pay six hundred forty thousand dollars to settle claims in northern employees were retaliated against for whistleblowing and a jury awarded another four hundred seventy five thousand dollars and in retaliation case mccart recommendations on improvements in northern followed an investigation by the firm of the alleged embezzlement by trujillo it gets worse our investigation and interviews were quite revealing about the lack of internal controls in northern new mexico college and it is easy to see how the embezzlement allegedly perpetrated by former financial services director could have occurred easy to see how could have happened reports said trujillo had reast unrestricted access to cash bank accounts and the accounting system and it was said she was able to change or delete listed financial transactions reports had quoted most times jermaine to this investigation she effectively had no supervision and no oversight of any transactions or approval employees who questioned her requested documentation were giving excuses or demeaned or even bullied by here until they stopped asking for documentation simply gave up or forgot employs physician did notice problems were and in some cases still are underqualified and lack appropriate training it gets worse mccart report on his investigation echo many of the findings from the fiscal two thousand sixteen audit done by hotter mio accounting group including lack of controls over accounting practices cash handling and property as well as failure to timely and accurately reconcile bank accounts where was leadership this was pre president and richard bailey where was the city where was the legislature where was p e d i mean are there not regular opportunities for leadership outside off campus to know about this to care about this where were the legislators from that area it gets worse little bit more here mccart said if found that users of northern computer system for accounting finance and banking had access to areas that the system to which they were not entitled.

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"richard bailey" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"richard bailey" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Twenty three minutes friday afternoon sixty eight degrees and wendy edit close my window blowing to hands on the wheel put the burrito down on wall street today the dow down four hundred and twenty five point most of that in the last hour s and p five hundred went down fifty five points nasdaq or wind down hundred seventy four be worth week in two years from fears of trade wars and of fears of shooting war dad went down four hundred and twenty five points at a seven hundred points yesterday the dow sitting at twenty three thousand five hundred and thirty three the appointment or the nomination yesterday of john bolton to be the next national security adviser number three flynn mcmaster now bolton that is a deadly turned that is a scary turn of events i think even just the run of the mill republicans are going oh my god this is a guy who has advocated for using tactical nuclear weapons against iran guy with an itty finger this is a guy who i dunno somebody made a mad he's got like scores to settle he wants to settle scores with with iran with north korea anybody this guy is you know his solution is not diplomacy his solution is pull the trigger so on fears the feuding war trade wars dow tumbling today over four hundred over seven hundred yesterday the worst week in a couple of years guess coming up in the near future on monday and hillerman will be here she writes books joel albert's will be back on wednesday we'll talk about the wonderful lindsey theater the new executive director for swire will be here on wednesday i wrote wilson judge schafer's gonna come over he i guess he's running for re election he wants to come over and say hello he'll he'll he'll be here on thursday next week a week from tuesday dr bailey richard bailey he'll be back he is president of northern.

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"richard bailey" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"richard bailey" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"From the north and people from the south it's hard to get albuquerque i said i think we ought to take these conferences to the south in the north this year so that we can tell the same story but just make it more accessible and we did that we had a conference in the south in las cruces in november of this year the board voted to do that and we went and raise money to hold the one in the north we got i think about ten foundations that contributed to that kept the price at ten dollars two hundred and twenty people it was really the nonprofit leadership of the north it was very exciting with field up the auditory among northern dr richard bailey was hosting everybody it was really a great day in northern new mexico and people came away with a lot of a wealth of information to use in their in their daily practice things and to you know to do things and they have conferences like you said is one thing to come up with action is another political action and that's the reason why i'm running let me tell you who i am i'm working class girl from a family of twelve we i grew up in california my family was from northern new mexico my dad was born and raised here and so i always said he was he was an internal lived in internal exile because we grew up in california and i would hear all these stories about new mexico my grandfather actually ran for governor one year and he was he was a a an interpreter at the new mexico state legislature and he spoke spanish english in thirties hopi and navajo and family legend is that he spoke yiddish to this was in the nineteen thirties so this was always our second state we i grew up in california went to school there went to college there went to cal poly pomona county i went and then in the in in the nixon years i said i was going to help elect one congressman nixon running for governor nixon running as president and winning as president my said i'm going to help elect one congressman they didn't even run women in those days and and.

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"richard bailey" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"richard bailey" Discussed on The Starters

"And we re we are very weird yeah and that's going to be at first then cheating must champagne in nuts no not including yourself maybe that is but she mp nuts winning i mean coming up in in tweet heat on the twitter show this and then in the same week miers days later winning tweeted louis yeah he i don't know who tweeted week thereby everyone's naval will win jimmy chen chamberlain's your favorite drummer now actually at to outsource that question to you is getting some drumming concierge eighty i mentioned a dead drummer fair issued i've ever drummer ki moon was your favorite job in that's a lot been impressed with the dr richard bailey's a drum set up sharing i've actually been really gigging i'm enjoying yeah that's pretty cool have your number does dr the one of the best drummers sex he texted me all the time all the time but a few times you want to get into group chat with lousa work in the uae not a fan echo i want to get as i don't know why he seems like a bit of a dick he also are ruined famously ruined the sound of one of metallic as albums because he he is all over the drums sat at sounds like santa i don't like that point to kick the doctor will know what i'm here join kick good tonight with twenty kick canceling he was some kind of monster at that in canada get that okay we're all those done oh man drop i'm just checking the time here run quite long not really not too bad but are we got rapid fire accuse.

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"richard bailey" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"richard bailey" Discussed on The Starters

"And we re we are very weird yeah and that's going to be at first then cheating must champagne in nuts no not including yourself maybe that is but she mp nuts winning i mean coming up in in tweet heat on the twitter show this and then in the same week miers days later winning tweeted louis yeah he i don't know who tweeted week thereby everyone's naval will win jimmy chen chamberlain's your favorite drummer now actually at to outsource that question to you is getting some drumming concierge eighty i mentioned a dead drummer fair issued i've ever drummer ki moon was your favorite job in that's a lot been impressed with the dr richard bailey's a drum set up sharing i've actually been really gigging i'm enjoying yeah that's pretty cool have your number does dr the one of the best drummers sex he texted me all the time all the time but a few times you want to get into group chat with lousa work in the uae not a fan echo i want to get as i don't know why he seems like a bit of a dick he also are ruined famously ruined the sound of one of metallic as albums because he he is all over the drums sat at sounds like santa i don't like that point to kick the doctor will know what i'm here join kick good tonight with twenty kick canceling he was some kind of monster at that in canada get that okay we're all those done oh man drop i'm just checking the time here run quite long not really not too bad but are we got rapid fire accuse.

jimmy chen chamberlain dr richard bailey uae santa canada twitter miers louis