35 Burst results for "1989"
Charlie Watts, Rolling Stones Drummer, Dies at 80
"Well, one of the great drummers in rock and roll has died. Charlie Watts of the Rolling Stones died in London at the age of 80. And he leaves behind a huge legacy lots is considered one of the greatest rock drummers of all time. Met the band in a lending club and provided the right B to the searching guitar riffs of Keith Richards. Together. Their sound propelled the bands rock mixed with R and B that became the Stones signature. But Watson is also flexible as the band's sound changed in the eighties, So did his drumming lots was inducted into the Hall of Fame. With the band in 1989,
Igor Vovkovinskiy, Tallest Man in US, Dies in Minnesota
"The tallest man in the U. S. Has died. The family of Igor both go. Vince Key, said He died of heart disease at the age of 38. Seven, FT. Eight Ukrainian man moved to Minnesota in 1989 for medical
NBA Announces Christmas Day Schedule
"For this year's Christmas Day games. And for the first time since 1989. The Atlanta Hawks will be on the holiday slate. The Hawks will play the Knicks in Madison Square Garden in New York in a rematch of the first round playoff series that the Hawks won this year. Also that that day, the defending champion Bucks will host the Celtics. The sons will host the Warriors Lakers will host the Nets and Utah will host Dallas. You can find more sports and
Germany Commemorates 60 Years Since Building of Berlin Wall
"Marking 60 years since the day East, German authorities started building the Berlin Wall where at least 140 people were killed over three decades trying to flee to the West. German President Frank Walter Steinmeier calls its construction the beginning of the end for the communist regime, which claimed at the time at the wall was designed to protect the country from fascism. Berlin Wall stretch 96 miles encircling West Berlin until 1989 when East German authorities reluctantly agreed to open some crossings.
Iowa's First MLB Game Played Next to The "Field of Dreams"
"Of Dreams Game. Was pretty magical. The game was a tribute to the 1989 movie Field of Dreams. The star of the film Kevin Costner, as you can see, they're greeted players as they walk through the corn stocks on the field. The stadium is near the site of the original baseball field in Dyersville, Iowa. The game was supposed to happen last year, but was postponed because of pandemic restrictions. Major league Baseball says there will be another field of dreams game next August about 8000 fans watch White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson hit a walk off home run into the cornfield to beat the Yankees 98.
So There Really Are 100 Million Liberals Despite These Rising Problems?
"So I started to put together some thoughts in my head. I'm Mike is the inflation number right now about the value of your money going down and prices in the economy exporting is that fake? Um, am I making that up or or is inflation all of a sudden a good thing? Because I've been told by even liberal economists, you know, I went to business school. Remember the golden rule whenever you're citing your education, your typically a moron. I'm asking you for a pass this one time. Maybe it's the second time but it works here When I was in business school. I remember even the liberal professors telling me inflations are really bad thing. Destroys the value of your purchasing power. Destroys your income. So the inflation numbers not real, or is inflation all of a sudden, good. Not bad. Am I am I the idiot, Is it Is it me? I had a friend of mine and unimpeachable when they're in the realm of credibility. Friend who has more experience has forgotten more about the border than you'll ever know, guys. Uh, you know who he is? A friend of a friend of a friend sent me some pictures from the border and the porters wide open. It's I mean, if you want to see the pictures there on my rumble account today you can look yourself. Rumble dot com slash Bongino If you want to check them out there in my show. There were pictures of people lined up at our border that not a port of entry. Therefore, it's an illegal crossing. Chronologically. It's not a port of illegal port of entry and just being entered admitted into the country. Hundreds upon hundreds pictures of cages. Remember, we heard about the trump cages that were really the Obama cages. It's a picture taken this week of actual cages. People stacked up back to back to back and I'm thinking, okay, if any intelligent person would question everything right? I had a bumper sticker on my car when I was younger question authority on my 1989 Ford escort, and I
"1989" Discussed on 600 WREC
"1989, a 10 year old girl went to school in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, Winter class, talked and laughed with friends. She was in the room when a police officer told her about stranger danger, but she never came home that day. Amy Mahala. Vick never came home at all. You know, she was lured to base square basically to be abducted since Amy disappeared. These streets normally filled with Children playing have been strangely quiet 30 years later, her murder remains one of the nation's most high profile, kidnapping and killing cases. But could three strands of decades old evidence the police to a killer. This lead will sell the case or will Amy's murder remain unsolved? Amy should be 40, a new podcast from three news in Cleveland and bald studios. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one Anti Norval remembering legendary coach Bobby Bowden in the news at 11 News, Radio one Oh 55, w E. R C on tomorrow's program, uh, want to do a couple of things? I want to know what your red line is. I think I found my red line and we are, unfortunately approaching it. Um, but I want to talk a little bit about our red lines. What do they have to do before you go? Okay. Uh, that's enough. The other is, um I also want to talk to people. You know. I'm so tired of people saying that they can't make it. They can't make it. They can't make it and they've been oppressed. I'd like to talk to some people who have been oppressed. I want to open up the phones tomorrow to you. If let's Let's take it by category. Um, you grew up as, uh, As a dirty little orphan, and you had all these things go against you. Did you make it? Tell me how you made it. Tell me where your life is. Now. I want to hear from people who have made it from the worst. Most discriminated for any reason. The worst situation to where you are now and that could be. I'm still not integrate financial place, but I'm happy and I feel successful. Um, like that on tomorrow's program. I want to leave you with Ben Shapiro. He was on politically incorrect over the weekend, and he was talking to MSNBC's Malcolm Nance and they were talking about C R T. Listen, You know when my great great grandfather ran away from slavery to join the 1/11 U. S colored troops and fight against the south, keeping human beings as slaves. He didn't think you know what? In 150 years, my great great grandson is going to have to sit on stage and argue with the guy who thinks all that blood All right. Okay..
"1989" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"1989, a 10 year old girl went to school in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, Winter class, talked and laughed with friends. She was in the room when a police officer told her about stranger danger, but she never came home that day. Amy Mahala. Vick never came home at all. You know, she was lured to base square basically to be abducted since Amy disappeared. These streets normally filled with Children playing have been strangely quiet 30 years later, her murder remains one of the nation's most high profile, kidnapping and killing cases. But could three strands of decades old evidence the police to a killer. This lead will sell the case or will Amy's murder remain unsolved? Amy should be 40, a new podcast from three news in Cleveland and vault studios. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one More than just the headlines. The KM became morning news with Christina Mendoza and Sam Shane continues on news 93.1 KFBK guitarist Gary Rose Sington is on the road to recovery. The last Living founding member member of Leonard Skinner is recovering from emergency heart surgery, according to a statement on the band's Facebook page. He's expected to make a full recovery. As he rests now at home. The band will continue their slate of upcoming shows without the 69 Year old. Okay, time to get a little traffic.
"1989" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"1989 tell me Name one That is probably our door in the 1989. This song was released and also in 1989. That's when CDs overtook vinyl. Okay the first time and now Vinyl has taken over everything right beside streaming. So I mean, I've told you guys at nauseam how I'm purging my garage for the last. Oh, I don't know 89 10 months or so It's taking me a while and I had I admit that lot of stuff in that I'm doing a really good job so At anyway. So I find all these seats. I got like three boxes of CDs. I go down to the record store tournament and the guy who runs the record sources. Yeah, we move a few CDs, but the but the vinyl Selling like hotcakes. Yeah, well, that's all retro. I mean, a lot of bands don't even like you go to their performances. They don't even sell anything like any physical copy of their music anymore, You know, or they have a QR code until you just to scan it. Yeah, get their album. Everything is digital next year. I have 1948. And that's when the Cleveland Indians stun The major league Baseball by signing 42 year old veteran Negro League pitcher Satchel Paige. Paige was so good Yes, and he was good at 42 years. 40 to 42. He pitched well into his forties. Yeah, not not 43. I think he went to late forties. You did. I can tell you I'm in my thirties. And if I try to pitch right now, my whole shoulders coming off. I'll tell you right now, if you're pitching, I want to hit. Uh oh, there's a fight at The boat rack. Oh, fuck. That was awesome. Oh, chief. That's right. Everybody want to hit against me in the last year that I have Is.
Spike Lee Tells Cannes Black People Still 'Hunted Down Like Animals'
"Time in more than two years. Today, jury chair Spike Lee used his podium to talk about the deaths of black people at the hands of police. Li says little has changed since 1989 film do the right thing premiered on the French Riviera. The one would think and hope the black people stop being hunted down like animals. Lee compares the racial tensions and police brutality highlighted in that Brooklyn based film to the present day killings of Eric Garner and George Floyd. Black men who died after encounters with white police officers. Lee is the first black person to head the jury at the Cannes Film Festival. Allison Keyes, CBS News And at 10
1989 Washington Post Article Details How Professors Use Marxism to Indoctrinate Students
"1989 Washington Post piece that talks about how Marxism is. Really being, uh, really common. Now in our universities, and, uh In college is how the hell it's been assimilated into the systems. Diversity is now the signature of once monolithic Marxism. Writes the reporter. Professor Spivak, who teaches English at the University of Pittsburgh, calls herself a Marxist feminist. Professor Romer, economics professor at the University of California. Davis designs Marxist market driven economies. And Erik Olin Wright of sociology professor at the University of Wisconsin, calls himself an analytic Marxist seeking to break marks his grand theories down into their component parts. This is It was amazing as they spent. Was 12 months or so into this book, and I found this article. Which sort of undergirded everything I was saying. Because you can see it. You can smell it. You can touch it. So while this reporter Barry injures expose is quite accurate. The consequences of multifaceted applications of Marxism are manifest today throughout modern America. The brash marks us as she wrote, still exist, and their numbers are growing both on campus and throughout the society, culture and government. In the early Progressives understood that they must institutionalize their educational activism by, among other things, controlling the administration of education. And the classroom. Very tenured and unionized legion of teachers where, like minded instructors armed with ideologically driven like social activism, curricular populate all levels of educational institutions. Often choose their successors and are protected from scrutiny or competition.
Newsom Condemns US Judge’s Overturning of California’s Ban on Assault Weapons
"Ruling that overturns the state's ban on assault weapons, CBS News correspondent Lilia Luciano Judge Roger Benitez called the 1989 ban on assault weapons, a failed experiment. His ruling, please. The plaintiffs, including a group of San Diego gun owners, really glad that he reaffirmed that are right to keep and bear arms is rock solid even here in California. The judge drew sharp criticism after likening the air 15 rifle to a Swiss army knife writing. It is good for both home and battle. Governor Newsom, calling the ruling a direct threat to public safety. The number of new covid 19 cases and deaths
Microsoft's Bing Temporarily Blocked Searches of Tiananmen Square 'Tank Man' Image
"Microsoft has been rebuked after its search engine Bing blocked results for the query tank Man. The request normally finds the iconic image of a man defying tanks after the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre in Beijing. Director of Human Rights Watch tweeted that Microsoft Action on the anniversary of the crackdown in Beijing was
Microsoft’s Bing Briefly Blocked ‘Tank Man’ on Tiananmen Anniversary
"Has been criticized after its search engine Bing blocked results for the query tank Man on the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre. The request normally finds the iconic image of the man defying Chinese army tanks in Beijing in 1989.
Remembering the Tiananmen Square Crackdown
"Which came 32 years ago today, when hundreds possibly thousands, died when China's Communist Party had used the People's Liberation Army to put a bloody end to the student led pro democracy protests. 1989. The date is always a flashpoint and nowhere is this more sensitive than the restive region of Hong Kong. Already a prominent pro democracy activist, Xiao Hong Kong, has been arrested by police there for promoting unauthorized assembly. The authorities say this year's event has been banned due to covid social distancing restrictions. Hundreds of thousands of Hong Kong residents would normally packed Victoria Park in a late night vigil. The BBC's Danny Vincent has this report from Hong Kong. For more than three decades. Ivy lie has marked every anniversary of the June 4th crackdown. She keeps copies of newspaper articles from that day under her bed, she does not forget. Hong Kong is the only place on Chinese soil that officially commemorates those that died in 1989. When the Army opened fire on pro democracy protesters. It's murder. It's a bloody massacre of Tiananmen Square. This year, the police have banned an annual visual marking the day they threatened to imprison anyone who defies covid 19 restrictions. Ivy becomes emotional at the thought of not being able to attend. Activists believe the pandemic is being used as an excuse to silence dissent. That the which, over the years I think that not being able to go to Victoria Park, Hong Kong people will be very upset. Yeah.
NASA Will Launch Two Spacecrafts to Venus
"Or Rupert Wingfield Hayes there? Now let's go back more than 30 years to a key time for space exploration. After a 15 month long cruise, the Magellan spacecraft will go into orbit around Venus Jelen will orbit Venus for one Venus Day equal to 243 Earth Days. Well, that was from 1989 1 of the most successful missions of its kind. It was the first spacecraft to take pictures of pretty much the entire surface of Venus before it burned up in the fiery atmosphere about five years later, now the US space agency Has announced to new missions to the planets. NASA's administrator is Bill Nelson. Very Tass Truth. And eventually, plus These two sister missions, both aimed to understand how Venus became an inferno like world capable of melting lead at the surface, So after all, the focus of late being on Mars Why Venus now question for our North America correspondent David Wyss. Despite the fact that Venus is the closest planet to earth and similar in size and mass and density and composition. It's received less attention than Mars and other destinations in the solar system in recent years, primarily because it's so hot, it's dense atmosphere traps heat from the sun, and that leads to temperatures. Of more than 470 degrees Celsius in some places, but scientists have long believed that Venus may once have harbored. Seas of surface water potentially suitable for life before unknown forces triggered that extreme greenhouse effect, and their interest was rekindled recently when astronomers said that they detected compelling evidence for the presence of a molecule in the clouds around Venus called Falls Feen, which would seem to
"1989" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"1989 was a bit of an unusual year of the Brickyard. Consider this Penske Racing is three car team of Rick Mears, Danny Sullivan and Alan Sir, who had won three of the previous four races. Didn't lead a lap in the race. All three cars dropped out early, marking the first time since 1976. The powerful team didn't score at least a top five That left former world driving champion Emerson Fittipaldi to pace the field for much of the day driving coincidentally, Pinsky. PC 18 chassis his team Patrick Racing got from Pinsky. Fittipaldi led for 158 laps. But in the late stages, Allen Sir Junior began really Nemo with the third place car six laps down. It was a battle between the two superstars and future teammates as they sliced and diced through slower traffic. But with two laps to go, both cars went into turn three. Only one came out there side by side. M on the inside. I'll come in traffic don't type very touch Whalen Junior into the wall hard ever since the party keeps on going. They touched wheels out Junior into the wallet. Emerson Fittipaldi will lead them back to the Yellow flag. Speedway historian Donald Davidson. They were very good friends. Then on day always, I think, And so I may they speak, you know very well with great affection about each other. Even to this day, the fact that they're side by side like that'll fit a party comes underneath and you think? Oh, come on. No, don't no, don't know, And then they touched wheels. I just remember thinking I want to refer to party is going to get some flak over the fact that he You know, that really would be seemingly pushed him, but he didn't. I don't think he really did. They just want wheels. And of course, that that speed you lose it Asian and you're not gonna say that. Unser Jr was uninjured in the hard crash and still finish second, two laps down as he contemplated coming so close to winning the race. He also contemplated what gesture he wanted to give the man who did win it. When I got out of the car it was, you know, I I stood there for a minute and then I started heading.
Organizers Lose Appeal to Hold Tiananmen Vigil in Hong Kong
"Organizer's oven Annual vigil to mark the 1989 crackdown on pro democracy protests in Beijing's Tiananmen Square say they have lost an appeal to hold this year's event in Hong Kong. This is a second year that Hong Kong police abandon visual sighting coronavirus
Will Steger's 1989 Route Across Antarctica in Gone
"Tell us why now for this film well. The two young filmmakers i worked with it was their idea actually when i met him about seven years ago. They wanted to do a film. I give them for all my archives and they join me two of my expeditions. We went to antarctica either. All i knew about the film was called after. Antarctica is for the first time last month. Will your team made this four thousand mile antarctic crossing nineteen eighty nine at the time. Did you have any idea that climate change would be evolving as the crisis of our time now back in nineteen ninety. I was very much aware of of climate change. I actually taught it my classes in the late sixties. But i never thought it would happen so quickly. It was twelve years after that in ninety nine nine hundred ninety when we finished it when the larsen ice shelf broke up in two thousand and two dow was my called action. And that's it was two thousand two that a realize this is very serious and nobody is really aware of. What's what's happening. And that's critical right because those larsen ice shelf. You actually cross those during your journey right. And then now they're gone. They're gone and it took us thirty days across Both larsen abmc and now they're mostly gone in a shelf that have crossed both in the polar areas in the arctic car. I have the cynic integrated and we've lost about sixty percent of the ice on the arctic ocean in the summer. So you know it's happening so quickly. Accelerating very fast right now.
Treasure Trove of Rock Memorabilia Includes Kurt Cobain Hair
"Eddie Van Halen, Eric Clapton and Arrowsmith as well as autographed memorabilia from the Beatles and even strands of hair from Kurt Cobain are some of the highlights. An online auction that ends this weekend. Six strands of blond hair from the grunge rock icon, part of a syriza of nirvana offerings. The hair was cut by a friend in 1989 the minimum bid $2500, Okay? I know
Digital Underground's Shock G, Aka Humpty Hump, Dies at 57
"Best known for the Humpty Dance has died. TMZ reports Gregory Jacobs, who rap for digital underground, A shock G was found dead yesterday in the Tampa hotel. No Cause of death revealed he was 57. Jacob's portrayed a character called Humpty Hump for Digital Underground's 1989 hits the Humpty Dance.
"1989" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"1989, a 10 year old girl went to school in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, went to class, talked and laughed with friends. She was in the room when a police officer told her about stranger danger, but she never came home that day. Amy Mahala Vic never came home at all. You know, she was word to base where basically to be abducted Since Amy disappeared. These streets normally filled with Children playing have been strangely quiet 30 years later, her murder remains one of the nation's most high profile, kidnapping and killing cases. But could three strands of decades old evidence lead police to a killer. This lead will sell the case or well. Amy's murder remain unsolved. Amy should be 40, a new podcast from three news in Cleveland and vaults Studios. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one It's Earth Day. Carl's promise not to use Styrofoam today turtles with weight During the three o'clock hour, they said, I was promising not to use plastic straws. Now they're upping the ante to the Styrofoam. Not only am I going to build a space a house of straws, but I'm gonna put it on a styrofoam floating in the middle of the poor can't go one day without straws and Styrofoam. No, it's my way of being civilly disobedient. What if it's a paper straw? No. Those are the worst fall apart..
Chad Rebels Threaten to Depose Slain President's Son
"Half father with the repercussions of the death in combat of Chad's President Idriss Deby struck down, the army says as he fought rebels. He's being succeeded by his son, Mohammed. He just did. He came to power by the gun in 1990 ruled the country ever since. With the help of allies like France, his death will have huge consequences in the saddle, where he was at the heart of the fight against jihadist groups. And in Sudan. Debbie was from there's a gala ethnic group, which straddles Chad's border with Sudan's western region of Darfur. Four. The Debbie's years in power, Heart human Ndjamena were by turns allies and enemies at various points supporting each other's rebel groups. So I called up the former Sudanese minister Mubarak and federal mufti. Started by asking for his personal recollections of interest, Debbie I was the one who received him when he came with the refugees with that, so my relationship with him was direct and personal. Since 1989 on Dhere was able to forge an alliance between the exact hour the Arabs and the Sarah on keep Chad to stable for a very long time. Chad is very important for that. Foreign, therefore, is very important for the stability of chat. So what that does the demise of interest. Debbie Mean for Darfur all mean for Sudan. Well, it reads was very much involved in the tuba court, with their foreign military movements were our most please of our on Greece was going to be instrumental in helping to reach social and political settlement between The Arabs in therefore on the African tribes. Because you needed that for his own stability in chat, because if there is no worry conciliation in, therefore, that may transmit into shot on dad ups made support their fellow Arabs in chat, so He was very concerned to have peace in their four and to have social and political reconciliation between the tribes off Therefore,
"1989" Discussed on 710 WOR
"1989, a 10 year old girl went to school in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, went to class, talked and laughed with friends. She was in the room when a police officer told her about stranger danger. But she never came home that day. Amy Mahala Vic never came home at all. You know, she was learned to base where basically to be abducted Since Amy disappeared. These streets normally filled with Children playing have been strangely quiet 30 years later, her murder remains one of the nation's most high profile, kidnapping and killing cases. But could three strands of decades old evidence lead police to a killer. This lead will sell the case or well. Amy's murder remain unsolved. Amy should be 40, a new podcast from three news in Cleveland and vaults Studios. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one This is for W. What were weather Channel forecast? We'll see Just a few clouds around tonight. Hello. Eventually down to 50. It's gonna be mild Tuesday. Intervals of clouds and sun high of 73 midweek thunderstorms possible Wednesday cloudy skies highs in the low sixties. Thursday. A lot cooler, Partly sunny, low fifties Friday starts to warm up again partly sunny We're back in the mid sixties meteorologist Mark Thibodeaux from the Weather Channel on 7 10. W Whoa are Wall Street today the Dow gave up 1 23 the NASDAQ Off 137 Points. S P 500 down 22. Next new seven o'clock breaking news that one start today with Len Burman of Michael Riedel in the Morning 6 to 10 tomorrow morning. I'm Jeff McKinney. 7 10 WR on NBC News. Radio stations. 61 degrees. It's 6057 10 w O R has.
"1989" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"1989, a 10 year old girl went to school in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, went to class, talked and laughed with friends. She was in the room when a police officer told her about stranger danger. But she never came home that day. Amy Mahala Vic never came home at all. You know, she was learned to base where basically to be abducted Since Amy disappeared. These streets normally filled with Children playing have been strangely quiet 30 years later, her murder remains one of the nation's most high profile, kidnapping and killing cases. But could three strands of decades old evidence lead police to a killer. This lead will sell the case or well. Amy's murder remain unsolved. Amy should be 40, a new podcast from three news in Cleveland and vaults Studios. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart Radio Act number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one Sending this Sunday podcasts now playing you one of the biggest podcasts of the wheat from the free I Heart Radio AP Radio. While Simms was doing this He was conducting. As you said, Matt was conducting all of his experimentation. That's really what it was. It was human experimentation was conducting it on enslaved. Women and some of these people went.
"1989" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"1989, a 10 year old girl went to school in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, went to class, talked and laughed with friends. She was in the room when a police officer told her about stranger danger, but she never came home that day. Amy Mahala Vic never came home at all. You know, she was learned to base where basically to be abducted Since Amy disappeared. These streets normally filled with Children playing have been strangely quiet 30 years later, her murder remains one of the nation's most high profile, kidnapping and killing cases. But could three strands of decades old evidence lead police to a killer. This lead will sell the case or well. Amy's murder remain unsolved. Amy should be 40, a new podcast from three news in Cleveland and vaults Studios. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one It is 11 21. Welcome back to the show and well trained you well this day so far. It is Natalie. She was feeling good earlier. How you doing right now? I don't know. I've got mixed feelings about what? I just heard from TMC. They're reporting that Police are actively looking for the thief who shot and TMZ says Killed. Lady Gaga is dog Walker stealing of her French Bulldogs. Apparently the dog. Walker had three of the singer's bull dogs on a leash. And a gunman approached, fired one shot and then ran off with two of the dogs. Crap. Yeah, that's pretty awful. Yeah. All right. Well on that note. And no, no good things. Go on there that I'd be down there. Sorry. Yeah, well, it's news does that at Times generality, our aviation analyst joining us now, J Bramblett dot com is his website Jay Ratliff taka. So while you have anything more positive in the sky, surely is not worse than than than what She just reported on No, no, it's certainly not, but I mean, we certainly had an unusual story of American Airlines crew. Reporting what appeared to be a cruise missile flying over their head. That's that's unusual. That doesn't happen every day. Doesn't you know? So I guess, thankfully, not comparing contrast being on the plane with an engine that explodes. Compared to Ah, a missile that doesn't fly by. Interesting way. You know, I can. I can tell you, Brian. She'd be on the on the engine issue Every day. We have engines of malfunction and each all of these aircraft that have the two engines the dual operations. It's piece of cake for those airplanes to fly indefinitely on one engine. So every day when we have an aircraft engine malfunction, which is normally the case the crew will power it down or powered off. They will increase the thrust of the other engine. They'll find a nearby airport in land. It is his routine. As it can be. It's a non emergency. In some instances, it's not a big problem. It's what they're trained to do. And the men and women are incredible of doing it now when you have an uncontained catastrophic engine failure Such as United 3 28. That's a completely different ballgame. It's rare be, it's something we're very worried about, because of all the things that could create. You have the possibility of that. Shrapnel if you will. That's exactly what it is when it explodes outside the protective covering of the engine, which is supposed to contain all that when there's a malfunction, which in this case, did not. You're worried about hitting the airplane puncturing the airplane. I mean, we all remember the Southwest Airlines flight. A few years ago where An uncontained engine exploded. Through shrapnel into the Into the aircraft use logic created Ah, hole, which caused the rapid decompression of the passenger cabin that led to the death of a passenger. Um, they're very rare, but when they happen, some very bad things can happen. In this case, you know again. This was a Denver to Honolulu flight. Thankfully, they were just on takeoff. By 12,000 FT. At the time they were able to make execute an immediate return back to Denver on that's good, because the fire the engine, the pieces falling off. You're worried. Okay. Is it gonna Puncture anything in the wing, which is where the fuel is. That is the engine is it rips apart going affect any of the hydraulic systems inside the aircraft itself, which, you know, obviously, the pilots need to fly it. You're also worried about the flaps in different things on the aircraft wing that are needed. For speed and for landing and you've got all these things going on at the same time. And of course, the flight crew can't see the engine. They feel the thump of the explosion. They see all the alarms that are going off in the cockpit. They had the leads, light attendant feeding them visual information on what they're saying outside the window. And you know they're executing the return. And one thing of note is the videos that we've all seen many of them from inside the cabin. You don't hear panic. You don't hear Ah, lot of people freaking out, and that's a testament to the flight attendants to keep everybody calm, Captain focused. Let him know what was going on. Because, look, if your flight intensive freaking out, you're going to freak out. But if they're composed as these individuals were, it's going to help to maintain some control inside the car in the cabin, and that was certainly good to see but not surprising. Me flashbacks too many moons ago when I was doing flight training, a flight safety international, and I feel like I've gotten pretty good until they started pulling out in engine failure. And then I'm pretty sure the expletives flew before before I realized how to play the point anyway..
"1989" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"1989, a 10 year old girl went to school in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, went to class, talked and laughed with friends. She was in the room when a police officer told her about stranger danger. But she never came home that day. Amy Mahala Vic never came home at all. You know, she was learned to base where basically to be abducted Since Amy disappeared. These streets normally filled with Children playing have been strangely quiet 30 years later, her murder remains one of the nation's most high profile, kidnapping and killing cases. But could three strands of decades old evidence lead police to a killer. This lead will sell the case or well. Amy's murder remain unsolved. Amy should be 40, a new podcast from three news in Cleveland and vaults Studios. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one Free I heart radio APP is number one for music, radio and podcasts, All in one discover a new podcast from our library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I Heart radio podcast preview. A man convicted of first degree murder will no longer face a death sentence after an appeals court ruled the state of Oklahoma can't prosecute him. This isn't a story about who Patrick Murphy killed. It's about where he did it. Patrick Murphy says the state can't prosecute him because the murder happened on his tribe's reservation. Oklahoma argues that reservation no longer exists. Every tribe has 70. And.
"1989" Discussed on 600 WREC
"1989, a 10 year old girl went to school in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, went to class, talked and laughed with friends. She was in the room when a police officer told her about stranger danger, but she never came home that day. Amy Mahala Vic never came home at all. You know, she was learned to base where basically to be abducted Since Amy disappeared. These streets normally filled with Children playing have been strangely quiet 30 years later, her murder remains one of the nation's most high profile, kidnapping and killing cases. But could three strands of decades old evidence lead police to a killer. This lead will sell the case or well. Amy's murder remain unsolved. Amy should be 40, a new podcast from three news in Cleveland and vaults Studios. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one Gather on the 10 Still looking like a mess out there onto 80. Right, Captain Girl on the road this morning. Our big problem is highway to 80 over a mile of heavy and slow traffic. Now is you're approaching the scene of the crash onto 80 inbound at 4 59 after that traffics moving, Okay. No problems on 4 59. Still the speed limit Rydell 65, leaving Shelby County of through Hoover, Homewood and the Fulton Dale area. 20 two's in good shape. No problems downtown on 2059 also a good writer. I 20 through leads and 59 through trust Phil Traffic updates every 10 minutes all morning long your next report at eight on NewsRadio 1055 w E..
"1989" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"1989, a 10 year old girl went to school in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, went to class, talked and laughed with friends. She was in the room when a police officer told her about stranger danger. But she never came home that day. Amy Mahalo. Vic never came home at all. You know, she was lured to base square basically to be abducted since Amy disappeared. The streets normally filled with Children playing have been strangely quiet 30 years later, her murder remains one of the nation's most high profile, kidnapping and killing cases. But could three strands of decades old evidence lead police to a killer. This lead will sell case or well. Amy's murder remain unsolved. Amy should be 40, a new podcast from three news in Cleveland and vault studios. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one You're smart device to play W F l A on my heart radio news radio delegate wept Ballet and if you're voting for that man who two weeks from Election Day, is calling for the arrest of his opponent. Then you have absolutely no idea what America is about. Let me say it again. He has no idea what this country's about. If you're supporting a man through two weeks out, is calling for the arrest of this, But you can't You can't explain that away. You can't explain that away to history. You can't explain that away to your Children or grandchildren. You just can't And you can't plead ignorance because you know better. I don't think you can explain away. Spending more than 15 seconds, watching the Joe Scarborough show in the morning, but That's May. Here he is. One of the most fervent anti Trumpers out there And look, we all understand this same thing with these different anti trump groups that have raised all this money from Democrats to trash trump just from money but influenced money power. No principles involved here. There's no such thing as a principle. Never trump pro bide in conservative opposition, Certainly not anymore, And you could argue, probably not from the beginning, either. No such thing. Just frauds. People lying pretending to be something that they're not. But here you get Joe Scarborough. Saying that the big problem he sees one of many I'm sure with Donald Trump is that he was calling for the arrest of his opponent, and I'm not gonna call him out because he's a conservative radio host. Not one of the very, very big names before any because but somebody yesterday I saw saying That, you know. Could you imagine if Democrats were calling for the arrest of their political opponents? Come on. Conservatives like we can't And I'm looking this saying, What do you think the Mueller probe was all about? What do people think? Using a special counsel that was unaccountable to anybody. Really? Because you had a an attorney general who was recused. So nobody was going to step in and actually make sure this was on the up and up. What do you call unleashing a special counsel on people. With the express purpose off taking down administration prosecuting people within the administration up to and including the president, If they could get away with it. If they had enough to impeach and remove they would have done it. And then try to try to throw Donald Trump in prison. You know that? They want to throw General Flynn in prison after 30 years of serving in United States military and being the DEA director under the Obama administration, because they lied about a conversation that he had with a couple of FBI agents who lied about why they were even talking to in the first place to get it. So now we're going to get lectured by the other side. When the hunter Biden emails have come out and we see what's really going on. We're going to get lectured about how Oh, but you shouldn't want anything. You shouldn't want to see the your opponent's prosecuted. The Democrats tried to imprison Trump Trump supporters. His family members everyone around him. For almost four uninterrupted years and then and then impeach him anyway, when they couldn't actually get the political muscle together to really make it happen to get a removal from office. So now we're going to be lectured about how Trump says. Lock her up. Trump says these things and he actually has a point cause Hillary did break the law and looks like maybe Joe Biden also did break the law. Hillary 100% broke the law here. What more on James Comey says, But now we have Joe Biden. Maybe he broke the law, too. So the law.
"1989" Discussed on KTOK
"1989, a 10 year old girl went to school in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, went to class, talked and laughed with friends. She was in the room when a police officer told her about stranger danger, but she never came home that day. Amy Mahalo. Vic never came home at all. You know, she was lured to base square basically to be abducted since Amy disappeared. These streets normally filled with Children playing have been strangely quiet 30 years later, her murder remains one of the nation's most high profile, kidnapping and killing cases. But could three strands of decades old evidence lead police to a killer. This lead will sell case or well. Amy's murder remain unsolved. Amy should be 40, a new podcast from three news in Cleveland and vault studios. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one 100 consecutive nights of protest in Portland. I'm Pam, who so Fox News police in Oregon's largest city. We're waiting last night for protesters to arrive at a police building when they did. Officers declared an unlawful assembly and made several arrests. The demonstration started back in May after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, and they continue following the death of Michael Reinhold, the suspect in last weekend shooting death of a supporter of a far right group. Sources.
"1989" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"I don't know how I got here but hear back to fully like Damn I love this show. I can't wait to see more going down with it so yeah I'm looking forward to all that stuff too of course yet. Megan and the whispers is the number one and attracted on the list for me right now. 'cause Oh my God I just league and begin gain need like I'm cool but I'm thinking being humble but even if he's just put unafraid of fake to survive and whatever I just him talking crazy you don't fucking savages. Be So good because you know he can't control this fucking mountain. Oh Man I can't wait to see. What kind of jokes yacht I? We got some comments of emails. Thank thank you for the guys emails the blackout g mail dot com people who email us. Let us know what you thought about at our views in which thinking about the show what you WanNa hear talk about Nagging Ninja right saying. Hey Rod care. Oh my God roll my eyes Emoji. This episode was great and annoying. I can see why most of the day cash doesn't go to somebody's house. I bet they me all the Weirdos. The moment family Megan Megan over his mouth. I say so when he's GonNa die. I really like this episode. Really leaning into the team of people trying to hold onto that humanity or getting other people to retire tired today or two or banning there's magnetic Kelly I hear Doomsday prepping because our community is too good to be true. Yeah I wonder if they're doing. They prevalent because in whispers is man right right man. Look this whispered is clearly this is GonNa be the ended his group. Let's get the fuck Outta here. They not survive this neagh and try ought to be normal and just giving up four kings not having the courage to tell Carol. The episode title was so perfect for every situation. And what the what was Aaron. Doing he dismisses Lydia but it's trying to be friendly with gamma the right that did make insist to me. Unless they're setting him up to be some type of fog I or we're in for more hilarity when she tries to seduce him and he's like now yeah the other thing too with way. Aaron is I want to know what he thinks he's doing like this. He is part of a plan because I also remember Michelle saying that they. We're going to have a plan to fight back at some point but carol shooting back made out of change things up a little bit just a few more steps and we'll be at Fool County and Darryl Ship Love Ya Ma thank you yeah. I'm ready for county. What are we gonNA call them? Con- CONROE or any. Yeah once you get the rest of the alphabet you ain't got out of lettuce yet who you know. He's still my what are we call them now. Donny's said okay the day episode in episode. Five where I was this is. Ken writes in. Ride and carrying. This week's opening scene was mesmerizing. I Know Kelly is do some screen time but she clearly has a death. Wish am I supposed to believe that. A whisper spare Kelly in hunting grounds. That's Behan discolored. discolored is look like a garden so who save Kelly. That's what I WANNA know. How did you get out of there? They may follow them. They maybe they were out there. May I don't even I put it this way. Are the two that that convenience Zombie camp. Yeah I think that was just one of those things they did on the show. They do it all the time but sometimes more than others but that like cliffhanger like have you ever watched Saturday morning cartoons and Spiderman. Because Saturday morning Saturday morning cartoons. They can't kill people right. They can't really maim anybody so what they'll have is like Spiderman Spiderman swinging and fighting and then he shoots his web at the building and he starts falling towards the the streets. He's like he's GonNa die and it's like Oh we're going to commercial and then when they come back they come back seconds before he actually fail a he just swings away and he's five I but they needed a cliffhanger to go to commercial. This fell very Saturday morning cartoons to me this time that in the morning. We're GONNA kill him. It's going to be you meet your demise. Someone say that's why have as little. That's what I'm saying even when you watch these shows without the ADS. That scene is even more glaring. Because you're like what what's it like when you see. The forgiveness of three minutes are commercially. Come back Indian black for second and come back but what I'm saying is is even even more glaring when there's no commercial whenever whenever a commercial you go take a league if you go get the close out of clothes like out out of the dryer you know when you're actually like just watching it go like the Mafia is like I'm GonNa die and then they come back and he's like no not you like. Oh Oh that that's just bullshit. That's what this felt like to me doesn't just that was just Kelly. Not Dying was bullshit she died. You know 'cause like that that scene makes there's no sense unless they're really gonNA use it and I will go back in and take away. Take this all back if they actually do. Go back and explain that but if not I just I'm talking going up to just. They wanted us the things I love. How far is being used like a property in the game or how to seek? You never know who what will be on your right or left or right behind Haji. But that's not why I'm here. Why am I glad us? I'm here. Now he's back. We all love returned and reunited with Lucille and that dreadful leather jacket. I wonder how he feels about any bad involved. Wire can it be Lucille. You know what I'm saying. I wonder how he feels about that. Yeah that's like another woman woman. Your woman's Driss near quite food thing because he knows right. Many many thanks to brandon for giving us the gift of needing hopefully we. Hopefully he will start net tablets on West Resonates Louis Classic Ni. Oh Man I know I know. He got a walking dead twitter account Zombie Avatar to walk a day of feedback. This is Miss E T. Who says this'll be quick? I'm just hit a case Benin because that deaf wasn't his file brandon was bugging out and needed to be stopped on his murderous rampage. Oh I agree. I'm actually Kinda Sad. I feel like Megan couldn't pick up the VIBE completely. Oso Negro to kill Brandon in the would he would have killed. Brandon was like about three seconds into soccer crazy about Carl. My husband say you're always happen that it's no matter what the situation is and he just and if he just killed the mom brand there would have been straight and I don't know about that a killing that kid especially after our story tire was a hail. Nah Nigga because he don't kill kids so that was definitely it but unity just killed that woman. That's kids mom. I don't think he would have been fine. But I don't think Disney would have been okay with that and I don't think even even old school knee and would have been okay with that same. Because what did he tell branding on the bus when he said we're GONNA kill the kid we're gonNA kill them and take this day. She said people are resource. Yep I mean no matter how you feel. He's always been people are resources. I I don't kill us I have asked to. That's all I got. Thank you for hanging in there for the four of us. Watch their wash the walking dead. It still a guys we came to be frank is actually more funded. There's less people watching now. I've been saying for a hot minute. I've been had a ball with unless people watching is only defined people like people watching watch me and on Sunday coal bad to say about that show. I love that show too but I'm just happy to be like you know over here. Chilling and making about how are we going to recap the show and all that stuff is just fun and Y'all busy so nobody gotta be like. I don't like which I don't care going over there. And why some meals my husband and I have made it a ritual Sunday so it's always cool to leave feedback. Whatever possible just looking forward to hear from you thank you? Thank you and Turk right next. Hey guys poor poon MBA. He was out here. Zombie industry's living his best life. Kellyanne to like that but niggers love real so I guess it was inevitable. Started to speak Oh no pope art man. That might be the name episode. That's good yep. He's just chilling in the took that AOL because Kelly was saying. I want my baby baby actually other share Yeah pigs is a big part of storyline. Is this little shit. Come all actually. He was the big bad wolf. But you know what I mean. Guys Lupi thing though I really enjoyed the storyline the show. He's re exploring the theme. That ruthless leadership will always blow up in your face because it gives people who engage in that same violence because they don't don't value anyone other than themselves seems easy way for a group to seven flow watches that man and I sadly because the walking dead is no longer consider. Hi Fair for a Lotta people but I really for one episode. I wish we could go back in time twin. Everybody vote his shit about it because this week league was it. 'cause Dr Tell me that's not the all right. Tell me that's not these white terrorists motherfuckers. Now who believe in these myths of a of how things really went and then they and then they go out and they do crazy shit thinking this justify justify I because this is what it used to be like when we was on top and Megan. That's that's even a bastardisation of what it was about right. I just rolling on innocent fucking MOMS and kids day serving fucking Shit like that like. That's that is what happens when you have these mythology. Aside mythology is of movements of things that really were bad in the first place. I'll man the brand new was such a great character study and I wonder how Nigga reckons with his legacy knowing that Brandon is affected by the actions. I wonder if that further cements that I was wrong. You know we'll see hat. Plays Out I was to through with Aaron this week He turned put a Iran. This week. You you can't forgive but you're out here helping whispers who kill people in your group for no reason bitch please right. Yeah it'd better be a plan magna better get our act together terrorist takeover bid. Is I go. I don't know how many lesbians I left with staying attitude. I would date meek over her. MECO RICO is rising in the ranks so if you get hit to her you might get to be the first lady like rose either You know I keep thinking about Yumiko. Oh in Oh yeah chemistry. I wonder if 'cause like everyone says like you see two people people together. Whatever we just most of our brains are wired to be like lesbian? Gay Straight whatever it was like she could be right and and I would if they do either be fine but our kind of life for them to go explore right just kind of opened up those those windows to be like a eight we will try to. We want you. To know is not about straighten. Gay is more options out. There are magnified for kills on my But yeah I mean you ain't actor right See a Miko Rosina right so if you get hit pause the maybe there's a cancer the treatment centers of America in the areas. That can they could break into the treat him jerry while nowhere to do with himself. And Zeke DOT. I know he won't man. I don't WanNa see Jerry Jerry in China. That's one person that we're not survive. I don't need to see that deaf. Seen Him on a deputy Jerry crime what because I will fucking lose it How about Beth says how beautiful Maros? I'll jump straight please. Little little P.. Let me ill number one excellent recap care and I was feeling everything everything you're saying about the group dynamic and Alexander. I hate my thinking hate it number. Two email exclusive. I love me. I always love Megan..
"1989" Discussed on Chat Sematary
"Together. Uh while i was reading the book and it's funny how it's like he had he had richard bachman and he had stephen king and then the the fact that okay that information was outed basically and then he wrote this book and he he has that that great way of of doing that meta commentary of his his own self into his book put then adding that extra level to it so that like you said like the the differences of you know thad to george stark and stephen king to richard bachman is not as drastic of of of the separation ration- but but it's just that's such a it's just a cool piece of his personal history that when you look at this book it it really make it really makes me appreciate how he comes up with the stories that it's like something so simple as just like oh he had a pen name and a lot of writers have had a pen name but then he just added this extra twist to it that he's like well. Everyone knows my pen name now. So here's this book about. This person who was tired of their pen. Name retires that name but that pen name is now like oh. I don't get any more stories. I'm gonna murder everybody until you write me more stories yeah. It's it's like george. Stark is just like george. Stark almost feels like he can't exist unless there's another story if there's not another story than what purpose does he have he needs he needs more stories and she's real twisted. Yeah it has this murder mystery vibe obviously but it is so much more intense in your typical murder mystery and more often than not i would say murder mystery novels are maybe trying to solve one murder not a series of them and dan the fact that it is then basically the person who created this murdered her who is having to figure it out because otherwise you know and and this isn't a slight on alan but he would have never figured this out on his own because most of it was stuff. He didn't believe it took a lot of convincing to get him to see things the way that that could see them because he was much closer to george and he had the perfect description of him and alan jalan was kind of like. How do you know this so yeah. Just the fact that stephen king was able to weave the story in a way that kept it interesting and you know it kept this tension between that and alan for most of the book to and you have these moments where you can tell allen is trying so hard to to understand but he's like the cop in me cannot handle this right now. It needs to you soak in basically so you have have that tension between those two characters and eventually allan gives an is like okay. I know it's not you but i need your help figuring this out so he almost gives is in in a way that he probably doesn't want to as a cop just because of how bizarre the situation is and it gets even more bizarre before the whole thing wraps apps up so is there anything else you wanna talk about before we talk about.
"1989" Discussed on Chat Sematary
"The hulu show castlerock so to have this look at a younger version of the character because i had already watched castlerock before you know what this is pretty cool getting a lot of this particular character in this book because going into this. I had no idea what to expect and given even that i had just read the tommy knockers. I was like okay <hes> that was weird but it was a stephen king thing definitely so i kinda no went into this like all right. What clearly the tommy knockers was not. My favorite steven king book by a long shot a lot yeah yeah i. I think it's one of the books that even he is like oh. What did i do so yet. They're doing another adaptation of it. Yes they are so we'll see possibly the we'll see if it actually happens. I think james wan's at least producing it so maybe he maybe he's got an idea to fix it yeah so going into into this. I was like okay. You know what i'm just going to keep an open mind because i had no clue what to expect. I only ever recognize the book cover because has fright rags cells shirt of the book cover that i have which is the two sparrows kind of like yeah upside down and touching beaks seeing that's true yeah ones right side up upside down in their beaks and then there is look like human is kind of thing. It's not of the shirt makes a lot more sense yeah. It's is actually a pretty cool cover when you think about the context of having read the book but just the characters alone i was so interested in i was like okay. Let's see what was alan pangbourne really like when he was a cop because you don't get too much of that in the castlerock show you get these flashbacks but it's more about this relationship that he had been fostering instead of his time as a cop so to get this. I was like okay. I understand this character even more now and that elizabeth were characters who definitely felt like stephen king characters in the a sense that he likes to get meta about authors and writing because in the tommy knockers you have to authors in that one writes westerns ones poet. Oh it in this bad is a writer and he has this pen name. George stark that he writes under so with him. It was definitely like oh okay. I see a lot of stephen king in this <hes> at least in thad. I wasn't even really correlating richard bachman with george stark because george stark was so wildly different end completely drastic as a character. Oh yeah definitely yeah. It's the the characters were really easy to to latch onto <hes> in this one they they just they they felt natural. They felt real and and like you said with with pangbourne like i really enjoyed the the castle rock show. I love how it necessarily ended but i was enjoying like just the time in the in the show and pangbourne was one of the most interesting characters and wall reading this and being <hes>. I didn't realize it probably like halfway through the book that i'm just like kinda kinda like that name sounds familiar thinking. I'm like it just because the stephen king is just a character that he's popped into another book you know at some point have i heard it or just in pop culture and then finally like it clicked and then i started thinking about the older version of the character character in the show.
"1989" Discussed on Chat Sematary
"I watched this a different time i would say this is a three and a half out of five for me. Okay i have it at three out of five but that was before watching the documentary and not having angry watched it again before doing this podcast like i said i had watched it or you know really watched it for the first time. When i went to go see the remake so i wouldn't say i've seen this enough times to just be like very firm in my writing but on first impression i was like okay. This is the three out of five five. You know they did a lot of things that some things out that i would have liked to see and it stands up pretty well. Yes i agree. It's something that this'll be a fun movie a <hes> to show my kid and i would say a year and a half. He's he's a captain animal lover so it's really it's it's more scary. If that's how you i think it's just it's have to cancel our house <hes> yeah so i would say three and a half is definitely of that's a good rating for me. I don't give things super her high ratings unless i really like them. Oh absolutely well katie. Thank you so much for coming on to talk about pet cemetery today that wraps this episode. Oh you can follow chat cemetery on twitter and on instagram. It's just chat cemetery there so you can just search that and we should pop up if we don't well. I don't know what to tell you but we should so there. Is that and we have a patron. You can donate to the lows tears dollar a month. We have a five dollar month tier. If you want to pick a topic for my other podcast welcome to geek dumb. I'm still thinking of some other cool rewards that i can offer you guys is and as always thank you offer listening and we hope you enjoy the rest of your day..
"1989" Discussed on Chat Sematary
"Obviously it gives you the whole story story line with victor pascal and him sort of coming back to haunt lewis and he has this rough first day at work so there's just just so much grief in this story and when you typically talk about how well a movie is adapted from a book when you have the author writing the screenplay play obviously he's going to want to keep a lot of what he loves from the story and the only thing i've ever really wanted out of a pet cemetery adaptation is that exact ending that they have in the book which we don't get either time so there is that and they did reshoot the ending. I believe leave two or three times for this one so they did have some alternate endings planned out but from what i can tell there is one that comes close to the ending in the book where you know rachel puts her hand on lewis and just says darling and the book ends and you're like yes so so could because we don't need more than that right. We don't know what's going to happen. That is the truly powerful thing about it. We don't know what's going to happen with her or what. She's he's going to do or how it's gonna all come out sense. It'll be bad but we don't know and i think the pet cemetery does an okay job bob with the ending yeah because i i think in a novel that kind of subtlety that kind of subtlety and abruptness to an end can work better than an movie we because movie fans often they want more closure right oh but i still think it might have been more powerful all and more affecting and honestly that's really my one complaint about that obsession of this because it does everything else pretty well. You know like we talked about. Most of the performances are pretty. Dang good and you. You have the story which is pretty in line with what the book gives us and you know to me. The book is like a five out of five you know it was just a fantastic story as yes well paced and everything so to have this movie come out a few years later and have all of these expectations has built up. I would imagine you know obviously i had seen the movie. I believe before reading the book because i watched this then. I went to watch the new one and i was like okay. I'm pretty familiar with the story and even if i hadn't watched this original and full before recently i still knew kind end of what to expect because i think it was one of those movies that you know you kinda catch glimpses of on t._v. Especially like around halloween time you know they're always playing the stephen king movies on t._v. And yes halloween friday the thirteenth all those movies so i've definitely caught glimpses of this but.