Ken O'brien, Los Angeles Raiders, Sunday Night discussed on 90.3 KAZU Programming
In the 19 eighties. It's a magical city, but back then it was a town in turmoil. Written overwhelmed by economic and social change, in which the north of England rotted away the coal mines. The steel mills, the cotton industry fella, Paul in Liverpool, unemployment double the national level. There are some parts of the city where 18% of the people are out of work, and it felt like you could stand on the street corner of Liverpool, which had massive unemployment, No real hope a heroin epidemic. Witnessed the city decomposing before your very eyes and a survived by making believe I was an American trapped in an Englishman's body By inhaling everything, American. I could lay my hands on. The love thing soon will be making him in Mormon run Fantasy Island, Miami, Vice music, forks, clothes and occasional pair of knockoff three bands. Which made the United States might a light in the darkness in my imagination. She can't go remain my family spiritual hope So in the NFL started to be broadcast in England in the early eighties and a remote channel it became a cult hit. On Sunday night. New York Jets nil Los Angeles Raiders 31. The Raiders trampled all over Jets quarterback Ken O'Brien, where ran.