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"a. k." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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01:47 min | 1 year ago

"a. k." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Dot com and it's going to give you some serious guidance this is a major financial situation and if you actually work hand in hand because he's trying to help young people avoid the student loan debt and I'm trying to help young people and all people build wealth for the future and so it's just it's good to be a one two punch to be able to hit this plant the you're also very involved on you too yes so what were you doing on there may you know we're having a conversation and every time I say this I'm glad to hear I'm glad you said were partnered together because I get a lot of people say well you know I'm not in that twenties and thirties euro bracket but I'm really a creative show to where I'm teaching young people how to avoid that how to pay off debt if they have debt and how to start the process of building wealth while we introduce them to you or your brand and so many it's been amazing but alas I must say by three months we've grown by close to eighty thousand new family members A. K. A. subscribers I mean the the the the show which is going viral because I'm specifically attacking that eighteen to thirty eight thirty nine road the individual and we're just having real relevant and relatable conversations around money around relationships about what we should be doing during this young for a season of a knife not sent you you older people not young full but I'm just really trying to be specific okay I'm trying to be specific and make sure that the twenties and thirties are speaking correct because here's the thing okay you know there's a lot of things you have a lot of people who who go after that older bracket then we have a lot of people who focus on a teenage racket but we we tend to forget that middle age bracket and that's where I made a lot of my mistakes in my young twenties and such that you know what I'm going to attack those people it really helped to make better decisions we can start businesses early where they can't pay off debt build homes are at an early age so.

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"a. k." Discussed on WTVN

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01:31 min | 1 year ago

"a. k." Discussed on WTVN

"T. are your A. B. C. six first warning weather like always all this is a good day me and today you're ready for this folks mix of sun and clouds dry and warm what's the number eight oh that's right and I say that's a decrease the game's better matched cloudy and mild slight chance of showers later on sixty two degrees now tomorrow the humidity is gonna move in a skilled warmers are programmed to scattered showers in the afternoon I E. for weather power by debasement Dr it's currently fifty seven degrees in Marianna fifty eight degrees in your severe weather station newsradio six ten WTVN news traffic weather sports and the talk that makes sense newsradio six ten WTVN have a safe and wonderful Memorial Day and remember Memorial Day is not about your cookout it's about the veterans so just remember that and we have a cookout I want you to go buy a big old six pack Pepsi six pack of corona if you go buy beer by corona I understand they're struggling because of the name go figure that's kind of sad but that's that's go to my favorite lady caller of all times windy A. K. gram by gram I never had okay anyway successfully well yeah yeah anyway there's important things of course Memorial Day is very important.

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"a. k." Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

13:42 min | 1 year ago

"a. k." Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Welcome back you know if you followed the UFO subject for a while you should be familiar with what's called the bent waters encounter A. K. A. the Rendlesham forest UFO case involving U. S. military personnel what appeared to be a UFO that landed just outside the base in a forest area in the U. K. if you're not familiar with that we're gonna get you caught up on that in just a couple of minutes it is a complicated story it has adherents who are very passionate about it there are credible witnesses there are people who argue back and forth about various different versions and facts involving the story who's right who's wrong it's been a heated ongoing debate pretty much ever since it it surfaced as usual you know the government of the US and the military and U. K. have sorted Jack the public around not revealing information or records about this stuff at no surprise there but if the real story what if the real story is even more upsetting than say an alien landing something that was cooked up and unleashed by humans on humans not ETA's they're not part of this premise that is explored by Nick Redfern a prolific writer and investigator who's been my guest on this program many times in his latest book is here to tell us what he's dug up what he thinks it means Nick great to have you back Hey George thanks seven mega what will be the last time I I joked with you today by email about your book that you're not going to be nominated to be U. S. phone play the month after this one gets out there well actually goes all got taken he is there already feedback from your colleagues I don't know how long the books but now is not very long couple of days maybe a week but are you already getting feedback from colleagues in the field yeah the book came out back ten days ago called the Rendlesham forest UFO conspiracy and yeah I mean it's one of these situations where the ideal situation is that we'll be able to sort of you talk about bass and you know back and forth game server logical down to earth way but it always seems to be sort of situation the same service sort of descend into a the equivalent of a young political face fight you know and well and I think one of the reasons why is because Rendlesham he's such as you said in the introduction it's such a controversial case a well known Juan and multiple fairies and questions about this person questions by back person and so the whole thing becomes very emotive and I think really the only other case that comes close to that in terms of the contributions controversy that it provokes would be Roswell you know so in other words those two cases that may two of the most important regardless of what actually happened I still remain two of the most important UFO cases well you attack Roswell to get to that a little bit but but you have written about Rendlesham forest UFO conspiracy that's the new book you've written about this before in defense of sorbet basic story can you wear those in our audience who are not familiar with that can you give us the basics that that most ufologist would agree on if that's even possible well yeah well the one thing we can all agree and I think he did something very very strange and profound even occurred and something that was also disturbing in that sense you know I'm on the same level if you like as the ufologists who think it was an alien event but the day of the official story is that well maybe it was just lights for my life has nearby the stories about some of the guys playing pranks which is complete nonsense and so I don't go with any of the day bunking goal the Paisley just say you there's just nothing to they said it was just a case of hysteria that to me is complete nonsense but the theory that I investigated and was able to expand to a significant degree with something very different and but just before we get to that also to tell the the lesson is that might not know what the story as we understand it up until now at least actually is and if there is a curtain across three nights a merry Christmas December nineteen ninety and you have to now close by close damn basis bent waters in Woodbridge at the time they had a contingent of U. S. military personnel had ever built in the second World War and in the event that runs but Hitler invaded we would have like a large U. S. force to help to defend the POK and so they had the bases continue to exist and up until just a few years ago which is when they were shut down and a number of guys around on patrol so the strange lights near the east gate of broil airforce excuse me one of the blame for spaces and got permission to go out there and to see what was going on now this it's important to note based the event didn't occur on either of the military bases which is what bridge and bent waters it actually occurred in Rendlesham forest Rendlesham forest is not you know private land of the government or anything like that anyone can go roaming around on random forest near take your dog out for a walk on a Sunday afternoon that kind of thing it's not a government land so but the band's Eckerd just outside of military land there were reports of the guys seeing strange lights in the sky and the sun usual vehicle coming down out of the sky that deputy base commander Charles holds it back ward says actually had the presence of mind to go out with the guys and actually take an audio recorder with a like a little mini recorder I managed to record roughly round about eighteen minutes of about listening to the guys talking out in the woods and what they could say and that was basically the first night and events actually went on across the course of a back three nights and there are rumors of a bit of a fourth night and what exactly happened is the big question now within the field of ufology the the down to earth explanation the popular explanation is that this was some sort of UFO and extraterrestrial events and some sort of craft coming down and inside the woods the story that I followed as you mentioned for the last several years takes things in a different direction but no less controversial it revolves around the idea of a top secret experiments you using holograms and hallucinogens to essentially like a psychological warfare operation to mess with the minds of the the military guys to say to what extent they could be deceived by sophisticated holograms of advanced technology so in other words it was sort of like a almost like a dry run to see how the enemies or the anime might respond on the battlefield if thank you two were exposed to something like an incredible hallucinatory T. event and bass batterymart still at the height of the Cold War when a lot of projects are running to try and find different ways to save than deface the Russians if we do go to war which thankfully we didn't so that's basically the alternative fame but I've been following him progressing with the idea that it was not a UFO event but it was presented as a UFO events for the guys who were at the unknowing Guinea pigs in the in the Far East how long has this seed sort of been sprouting inside your brain feels like from the book I mean you go meticulously through step by step pieces of information that came their way but it feels like it's been a long time well it's interesting because over the years have been about eight or nine books written on the nature of Rendlesham forest and just about all of them all positive from the perspective of the UFO angle but if you read those books actually you'll find that in most of them they do briefly talk about bass I loosen a Jan eight slash hologram type situation which was the story that I thought that I pursued but the previous books that have been published on the Sango of a so called secret experiments that I've really only be charged upon just sort of a couple of paragraphs and I thought over the years will why is it that you know pick few people fuel because of scattered around the city could experiment angle but I haven't really taken any further so I felt well it's time somebody did take it further and they take it seriously so that's what what my approach was west and Staley's to take the approach well let's finally dig deep into the sacred experiments claim and see where it goes and so that's essentially what I've done you mentioned about the colonel Holt who the colonel who went out and looked for himself and he took along the recorder he's not a UFO guy per se I guess now he has spoken about it but he wasn't at that time didn't really want to any publicity about it took a long time to sort of get him out I have met him in person I've interviewed him I found it would be a really credible guy and I'm I think you probably feel the same way how is he going to take this were you able to talk to him about this this theory well yeah I've actually met Charles holds that the a conference last year and in down in Texas and in I think was March of last year and we had a good chat all about the case and you know various aspects and angles you know any scale you know he still stands by the fact that they saw something you know extremely strange something very unknown and yeah I mean I think I haven't spoken to him since the book has come out but I mean I think he will probably not go with the fairy that I have in the book and I think that goes for a lot of the guys who were in the woods as well and you know I mean I don't have any qualms about saying that you know I'm not I'm gonna sit here and say oh no they're all gonna you know straight online with me if they're not going to but I do fail that Sam you know it's important that we get besides even if the other guys who were involved vehemently against that particular theory but as I said you know I mean if you're gonna look into something and this data to be found they always say it is much easier to to to go after it no matter what the outcome is you know you dug into the history of that area other kinds of facilities and research and programs that are married out and then covered I don't know I can't recall from the other books on Rendlesham well any of that I think that a lot of people will not know about any kind of balls to the secret experiments angle now if we go back to nineteen thirty five the British government set up a committee called it to start committee and it was one it was one of the British government's first top secret radar programs he notices the infancy of radar and Hitler was flexing his muscles so we needed to go strong right up and that was nineteen thirty five and continued for several years I do not in the nineteen forties it was very strange situation a little village called shingles straight and if you Google shingle street you'll see that the room is that the Germans had a contingent to try and invade the a side of England I mean by the country but that was supposedly killed by some sort of strange technology that banned them all in the in the water in the se few years after that and the other top secret right up program called cobra mist and also a contingent of Marconi scientists another facility now the reason I mention all of those days because the Tayside committee this cobra mist ride the shingles straight mystery based German soldiers being burned alive in this strange fashion the Marconi facilitate all of those particular locations and facilities were situated less than eleven miles from the heart of Rendlesham forest I'll tell you one hold on your second next we're going to have to take a break when we come back we'll jump into is sort of the twisted history of.

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"a. k." Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

13:46 min | 1 year ago

"a. k." Discussed on 600 WREC

"Five five W. we are C. welcome back you know if you followed the UFO subject for a while you should be familiar with what's called the bent waters encounter A. K. A. the Rendlesham forest UFO case involving U. S. military personnel what appeared to be a UFO that landed just outside the base in a forest area in the U. K. if you're not familiar with that we're gonna get you caught up on that in just a couple of minutes it is a complicated story it has adherents who are very passionate about it there are credible witnesses there are people who argue back and forth about various different versions and facts involving the story who's right who's wrong it's been a heated ongoing debate pretty much ever since it it surfaced as usual you know the government of the U. S. and the military and U. K. have sorted Jack the public around not revealing information or records about this stuff at no surprise there but if the real story what if the real story is even more upsetting than say an alien landing something that was cooked up and unleashed by humans on humans not ETA's they're not part of this premise that is explored by Nick Redfern a prolific writer and investigator who's been my guest on this program many times in his latest book is here to tell us what he's dug up what he thinks it means net great to have you back Hey George thanks seven mega what will be the last time I I joked with you today by email about your book that day you're not going to be nominated to be U. I. phone play the month after this one gets out there well actually goes all got taken he is there already feedback from your colleagues I don't know how long the books but now is not very long couple of days maybe a week but are you already getting feedback from colleagues in the field yeah the book came out back ten days ago called the Rendlesham forest UFO conspiracy and yes I mean it's one of these situations where the ideal situation is that we'll be able to sort of you talk about a base and you know back and forth in serological down to earth way but it always seems to be sort of situation the same service sort of descend into a the equivalent of a young political face fight you know and well and I think one of the reasons why is because Rendlesham he's such as you said in the introduction it's such a controversial case a well known lawn and multiple fairies and questions about this person questions about that person and so the whole thing becomes very emotive and I think really the only other case that comes close to that in terms of the contributions controversy that it provokes would be Roswell you know so in other words those two cases that may two of the most important regardless of what actually happened I still remain two of the most important UFO cases well you attack Roswell to get to that a little bit but but you have written about Rendlesham forest UFO conspiracy that's the new book you've written about this before in defense of sort of a basic story can you wear those in our audience who are not familiar with that can you give us the basics that that most ufologist would agree on if that's even possible well yeah well the one thing we can all agree and I think he did something very very strange and profound even occurred and something that was also disturbing in that sense you know I'm on the same level if you like as the ufologists who think it was an alien event but the day of the official story is that well maybe it was just lights from the light has a nearby the stories about some of the guys playing pranks which is complete nonsense and so I don't go with any of the day bunking goal the Paisley just cite you there's just nothing to they said it was just a case of hysteria that to me is complete nonsense but the theory that I investigated and was able to expand to a significant degree with something very different and but just before we get to that also to tell the the lesson is that might not know what the the story as we understand it up until now at least actually is it's a curtain across three nights a merry Christmas December nineteen ninety you have to now close by closed down basis Bentwaters and Woodbridge at the time they had a contingency the U. S. military personnel that are built in the second World War and in the event that runs but Hitler invaded we would have like a large U. S. force to help to defend the POK and so they had the bases continue to exist and up until just a few years ago which is when they were shut down and a number of guys on patrol so the strange lights nay if they faced guy of broil and force excuse me one of the blame for spaces and got permission to go out there and to see what was going on now this it's important to note this the event didn't occur on either of the military bases which is what bridge and bent waters it actually occurred in Rendlesham forest now Rendlesham forest is not you know private land of the government or anything like that anyone can go roaming around Rendlesham forest near take your dog out for a walk on a Sunday afternoon that kind of thing it's not a government land so but the band's echoed just outside of military land there were reports of the guys seeing strange lights in the sky and the sun usual vehicle coming down out of the sky deputy base commander Charles holds it bent waters actually had the presence of mind to go out with the guys and actually take an audio recorder with a like a little mini recorder a managed to record roughly round about eighteen minutes of about listening to the guys talking out in the woods and what they could say and that was basically the first night and events actually went on across the coast of about three nights and there are rumors of a bit of a fourth night and what exactly happened is the big question now within the field of ufology the the down to earth explanation the popular explanation is that this was some sort of UFO and extraterrestrial events and some sort of craft coming down and inside the woods the story that I followed as you mentioned for the last several years takes things in a different direction but no less controversial it revolves around the idea of a top secret experiments you using holograms and hallucinogens to essentially like a psychological warfare operation to mess with the minds of the the military guys to say to what extent they could be deceived by sophisticated holograms of advanced technology so in other words it was sort of like a almost like a dry run to see how the enemies or the anime might respond on the battlefield if value to were exposed to something like an incredible hallucinatory T. event and this bury mine was still at the height of the Cold War when a lot of projects the running to try and find different ways to save than deface the Russians if we do go to war which thankfully we didn't so that's basically the alternative fame but I've been following him progressing with the idea that it was not a UFO event but it was presented as a UFO events for the guys who were at the unknowing Guinea pigs in the in the Far East how long has this seed sort of been sprouting inside your brain feels like from the book I mean you go meticulously through step by step pieces of information that came their way but it feels like it's been a long time well it's interesting because over the years have been about eight or nine books written on the issue of Rendlesham forest and just about all of them all positive from the perspective of the UFO angle but if you read those books actually you'll find that in most of them they do briefly talk about bass I loosen a Janick slash hologram type situation which was the story that I thought that I pursued but the previous books that have been published on in the Sangalang a so called secret experiments that I've really only be charged upon just sort of a couple of paragraphs and I thought over the years will why is it that you know pick few people fuel because of skirted around the sacred experiments angle but I haven't really taken it any further so I felt well it's time somebody did take it further and did take it seriously so that's what what my approach was west and Staley's to take the approach well let's finally dig deep into the sacred experiments claim and see where it goes and so that's essentially what I've done you mentioned about the colonel Holt who the colonel who went out and looked for himself and he took along the recorder he's not a UFO guy per se I guess now he has spoken about it but he wasn't at that time didn't really want to any publicity about it took a long time to sort of get amount I have met him in person I've interviewed him I found it to be a really credible guy and I'm I think you probably feel the same way how is he going to take this were you able to talk to him about this this theory well yeah I've actually Max Charles holds the a conference last year and in I'm down in Texas and in I think was March of last year and we had a good chat is all about the case and you know various aspects and angles you know any scale you know he still stands by the fact that they saw something you know extremely strange something very unknown and yeah I mean I think I haven't spoken to him since the book has come out but I mean I think he will probably not go with the theory that I have in the book and and I think that goes for a lot of the guys who were in the woods as well and you know I mean I don't have any qualms about saying that you know I'm not so I'm going to sit here and say oh no they're all gonna you know straight online with me if they're not going to but I do feel that you know it's important that we get besides even if the other guys who were involved vehemently against that particular theory but as I said you know I mean if you're gonna look into something and this data to be found yeah I feel it's my duty to to go after it no matter what the outcome is you know you dug into the history of that area other kinds of facilities and research and programs that are married out and then covered I don't know I can't recall from the other books on Rendlesham well any of that I think that a lot of people will not know about any kind of balls to the secret experiments angle now if we go back to nineteen thirty five the British government set up a committee called the T. sought committee and it was one it was one of the British government's first top secret radar programs in addition to the infancy of radar and Hitler was flexing his muscles so we made a good strong right off and that was nineteen thirty five and continued for several years I do not have in the nineteen forties that was very strange situation a little village called shingles straight and if you Google shingle street you'll see that the room is that the Germans had a contingent to try and invade the east side of England and inside the country but that was supposedly killed by some sort of strange technology that burn them all in the in the water in the se few years after that and other top secret right up program called cobra mist and also a contingent of Marconi scientists at another facility now the reason I mention all of those is because the Tayside committee this cobra mist ride the shingles straight mystery of the German soldiers being burned alive in this strange fashion the Marconi facilitate all of those particular locations of facilities were situated less than eleven miles from the heart of Rendlesham forest I'll tell you one hold on your second next we're going to have to take a break when we come back we'll jump into the store the twisted history of other.

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"a. k." Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

13:42 min | 1 year ago

"a. k." Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Welcome back you know if you followed the UFO subject for a while you should be familiar with what's called the Bentwaters encounter A. K. A. the Rendlesham forest UFO case involving U. S. military personnel what appeared to be a UFO that landed just outside the base in the forest area in the U. K. if you're not familiar with that we're gonna get you caught up on that in just a couple of minutes it is a complicated story it has adherents who are very passionate about it there are credible witnesses there are people who argue back and forth about various different versions and facts involving the story who's right who's wrong it's been a heated ongoing debate pretty much ever since it it surfaced as usual you know the government of the U. S. and the military and U. K. have sort of Jack the public around not revealing information or records about this stuff at no surprise there but if the real story what if the real story is even more upsetting than say an alien landing something that was cooked up and unleashed by humans on humans not eighties they're not part of this premise that is explored by Nick Redfern a prolific writer and investigator who's been my guest on this program many times in his latest book is here to tell us what he's dug up what he thinks it means next great to have you back Hey George thanks seven mega what will be the last time I I joked with you today by email about your book that day you're not going to be nominated to be U. S. phone play of the month after this one gets out there well actually goes on a fixed income he is there already feedback from your colleagues I don't know how long the books but now is not very long couple of days maybe a week but are you already getting feedback from colleagues in the field yeah the book came out back ten days ago called the Rendlesham forest UFO conspiracy and yeah I mean it's one of these situations where the ideal situation is that would be able to sort of you talk about basic and you know back and forth and so the logical down to earth way but it always seems to be sort of situation he seems to have sort of descending into a the equivalent of a useful article face fight you know and well I think one of the reasons why is because Rendlesham he's such as you said in the introduction it's such a controversial case a well known Juan and multiple theories and questions about this certain questions that back person and so the whole thing becomes very emotive and I think really the only other case that comes close to that in terms of the contributions controversy that it provokes would be Roswell you know so in other words those two cases that may two of the most important regardless of what actually happened I still remain two of the most important UFO cases well you attack Roswell to get to that a little bit but but you have written about Rendlesham forest UFO conspiracy that's the new book you've written about this before in defense of sort of a basic story can you wear those in our audience who are not familiar with that can you give us the basics that that most ufologist would agree on if that's even possible well yeah well the one thing we can all agree and I think he did something very very strange and profound even occurred and something that was also disturbing in that sense you know I'm on the same level if you like as the ufologists who think it was an alien event but the official story is that well maybe it was just lights for my life has nearby but stories about some of the guys playing pranks which is complete nonsense and so I don't go with any of the debunking goal the Paisley just cite you there's just nothing to they said it was just a case of paste area that to me is complete nonsense but the theory that I investigated and was able to expand to a significant degree with something very different and but just before we get to that also to tell the the lesson is that might not know what the the story as we understand it up until now at least actually is cross three nights he merry Christmas December nineteen ninety you have to now closed but closed M. basis bent waters in Woodbridge at the time they had a contingent of US military personnel that are built in the second World War and in the event that runs but Hitler invaded we would have like a large U. S. force to help to defend the the attack and so the devices continue to exist and up until just a few years ago which is when they were shut down and a number of guys around on patrol so the strange lights nay if they faced guy of broil airforce excuse me one of the boys there for spaces got permission to go out there and to see what was going on now this is important to note based the event didn't occur on either of the military bases which is what bridge and bent waters it actually occurred in Rendlesham forest now Rendlesham forest is not you know private land of the government or anything like that anyone can go roaming around Rendlesham forest near take your dog out for a walk on a Sunday afternoon that kind of thing it's not a government land but the events occurred just outside of military land there were reports of the guys seeing strange lights in the sky and the sun usual vehicle coming down out of the sky that deputy base commander Charles holds it bent waters actually had the presence of mind to go out with the guys and actually take an audio recorder with a like a little mini recorder managed to record roughly round about eighteen minutes of about listening to the guys talking out in the woods and what they could say and that was basically the first night and events actually went on across the course of about three nights and there are rumors of a bit of a fourth night and what exactly happened is the big question now within the field of ufology the the down to earth explanation the popular explanation is that this was some sort of UFO and extraterrestrial event and some sort of craft coming down and inside the woods the story that I followed as you mentioned for the last several years takes things in a different direction but now less controversial it revolves around the idea of a top secret experiments you using holograms hallucinogens to essentially like a psychological warfare operation to mess with the minds of the the military guys to say to what extent they could be deceived by sophisticated holograms of advanced technology so in other words it was sort of like a almost like a dry run to see how the enemies or the anime might respond on the battlefield if you two were exposed to something like an incredible illusionary C. event and this is very much still at the height of the Cold War when a lot of projects of running to try and find different ways to save than deface the Russians if we do go to war which thankfully we didn't so that's basically the alternative fame that I pain following are progressing with the idea that it was not a UFO event but it was presented as a UFO events for the guys who were the unknowing Guinea pigs in the in the Far East how long has this seed sort of been sprouting inside your brain feels like from the book I mean you go meticulously through step by step pieces of information that came their way but it feels like it's been a long time well it's interesting because over the years have been about eight or nine books written on the issue of Rendlesham forest and just about all of the mob positive from the perspective of the UFO angle but if you read those books actually you'll find that in most of them they do briefly talk about bass I loosen a Jan eighteen slash hologram type situation which was the story that I thought that I could shoot but the previous books that have been published on this angle of a so called secret experiments that I've really only been charged upon just sort of a couple of paragraphs and I thought over the years why is it that you know pick few people fuel because of scattered around the city could experiment angle but I don't really take it any further so I felt well it's time somebody did take it further and to take it seriously so that's what what my approach was west and Staley's to take the approach well let's finally dig deeper into the sacred experiments claim and see where it goes and so that's essentially what I've done you mentioned about the colonel Holt who the colonel who went out and looked for himself and he took along the recorder he's not a UFO guy per se I guess now he has spoken about it but it wasn't at that time didn't really want to any publicity about it took a long time to sort of get him out I have met him in person I've interviewed him I found it would be a really credible guy and I'm I think you probably feel the same way how is he going to take this were you able to talk to him about this this theory well yeah I've actually match Charles holds that the a conference last year and in down in Texas and in I think was March of last year and we had a good chat is all about the case and you know various aspects and angles you know any scale you know he still stands by the fact that they saw something you know extremely strange something very unknown and yeah I mean I think I haven't spoken to him since the book has come out but I mean I think he will probably not go with the theory that I have in the book and and I think that goes for a lot of the guys who were in the woods as well and you know I mean I don't have any qualms about saying that you know I'm not gonna sit here and say oh no they're all gonna you know straight online with me if they're not going to but I do feel that you know it's important that we get besides even if the other guys who were involved of the immensely against that particular theory but as I said you know I mean if you're gonna look into something and those guys had to be found they always say it is much easier to to to go after it no matter what the outcome is you know you dug into the history of that area hi other kinds of facilities and research and programs that are married out and then covered I don't know I can't recall from the other books on Rendlesham well any of that I think that a lot of people will not know about any kind of balls to the secret experiments angle now if we go back to nineteen thirty five the British government set up a committee called a tease to committee and it was one it was one of the British government's first top secret radar programs you know this is the infancy of radar and Hitler was flexing his muscles so we made a good strong right off and that was nineteen thirty five and continued for several years I do not in the nineteen forties it was very strange situation a little village called shingles straight and if you Google shingle street you'll see that the room is that the Germans had a contingent to try and invade the east side of England and inside the country but that was supposedly killed by some sort of strange technology that burned them all in the in the water in the se few years after that and other top secret right up program called cobra mist and also a contingent of Marconi scientists at another facility now the reason I mention all of those days because the Tayside committee this cobra mist ride the shingle street's mystery of the German soldiers being burned alive in this strange fashion the Marconi facilitate all of those particular locations and facilities were situated less than eleven miles from the hospital Rendlesham forest hold on your second next we're going to have to take a break when we come back we'll jump into is sort of the twisted history of.

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WCBM 680 AM

13:43 min | 1 year ago

"a. k." Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Welcome back you know if you follow the UFO subject for a while you should be familiar with what's called the bent waters encounter A. K. A. the Rendlesham forest UFO case involving U. S. military personnel what appeared to be a UFO that landed just outside the base in a forest area in the U. K. if you're not familiar with that we're gonna get you caught up on that in just a couple of minutes it is a complicated story it has adherents who are very passionate about it there are credible witnesses there are people who argue back and forth about various different versions and facts involving the story who's right who's wrong it's been a heated ongoing debate pretty much ever since it it surfaced as usual you know the government of the US and the military and U. K. have sorted Jack the public around not revealing information or records about this stuff and no surprise there but if the real story what if the real story is even more upsetting than say an alien landing something that was cooked up and unleashed by humans on humans not eighties they're not part of this premise that is explored by Nick Redfern a prolific writer and investigator who's been my guest on this program many times in his latest book is here to tell us what he's dug up what he thinks it means next great to have you back Hey George thanks seven mega what will be the last time I I joked with you today by email about your book that day you're not going to be nominated to be U. S. phone play of the month after this one gets out there well actually goes on a fixed income he is there already feedback from your colleagues I don't know how long the books but now is not very long couple of days maybe a week but are you already getting feedback from colleagues in the field yeah the book came out back ten days ago called the Rendlesham forest UFO conspiracy and yeah I mean it's one of these situations where the ideal situation is that we'll be able to sort of you talk about face and you know back in full games or logical down to earth way but it always seems to be sort of situation he seems to have sort of descending survey the equivalent of a you know political face fight you know and well and I think one of the reasons why is because Rendlesham he's such as you said in the introduction it's such a controversial case a well known lawn and multiple fairies and questions about this person questions that back person until the whole thing becomes very emotive and I think really the only other case that comes close to that in terms of the contributions controversy that it provokes would be Roswell you know so in other words those two cases that may two of the most important regardless of what actually happened I still remain two of the most important UFO cases well you attack Roswell to get to that a little bit but but you have written about Rendlesham forest UFO conspiracy that's the new book you've written about this before in defense of sort of a basic story can you wear those in our audience who are not familiar with it can you give us the basics that that most ufologist would agree on if that's even possible well yeah well the one thing we can all agree and I think he did something very very strange and profound even occurred and something that was also disturbing in that sense you know I'm on the same level if you like as the ufologists who think it was an alien event but the day of the official story is that well maybe it was just lights for my life has nearby the stories about some of the guys playing pranks which is complete nonsense and so I don't go with any of the day but king goal the Paisley just cite you there's just nothing to they said it was just a case of hysteria that to me is complete nonsense but the theory that I investigated and was able to expand to a significant degree with something very different and but just before we get to that also to tell the the lesson is that might not know what the story as we understand it up until now at least actually is and it's cross three nights a merry Christmas December nineteen ninety you have to now close by closed down basis Bentwaters and Woodbridge at the time but I had a contingency of US military personnel that are built in the second World War and in the event that runs but Hitler invaded we would have like a large U. S. force to help to defend the the attack and surveyed the bases continue to exist and up until just a few years ago which is when they were shut down and a number of guys on patrol so the strange lights near the east gate of royal airforce excuse me one of the blame for spaces and got permission to go out there and to see what was going on now this is important to note this the event didn't occur on either of the military bases which is what breach and bent waters it actually occurred in Rendlesham forest now Rendlesham forest is not you know private land of the government or anything like that anyone can go roaming around on random forest near take your dog out for a walk on a Sunday afternoon that kind of thing it's not a government land so but the band's echoed just outside of military land there were reports of the guys seeing strange lights in the sky and the sun usual vehicle coming down out of the sky deputy base commander Charles hall to Ben ward says actually had the presence of mind to go out with the guys and actually take an audio recorder with a like a little mini recorder managed to record roughly round about eighteen minutes of about listening to the guys talking out in the woods and what they could say and that was basically the first night and events actually went on across the course of about three nights and there are rumors of a bit of a fourth night and what exactly happened is the big question now within the field of ufology the the down to earth explanation the popular explanation is that this was some sort of UFO and extraterrestrial event and some sort of cracks coming down and inside the woods the story that I followed as you mentioned for the last several years type things in a different direction but now less controversial it revolves around the idea of a top secret experiments using holograms and hallucinogens to essentially like a psychological warfare operation to mess with the minds of the the military guys to say to what extent they could be deceived by sophisticated holograms of advanced technology so in other words it was sort of like a almost like a dry run to see how the enemies or the anime might respond on the battlefield if thank you two were exposed to something like an incredible hallucinatory T. event and this bury my was still at the height of the Cold War when a lot of projects are running to try and find different ways to save than deface the Russians if we do go to war which thankfully we didn't so that's basically the alternative fame that I've been following him progressing with the idea that it was not a UFO events but it was presented as a UFO events for the guys who were the unknowing Guinea pigs in the in the far as how long has this seed sort of been sprouting inside your brain feels like from the book I mean you go meticulously through step by step pieces of information that came their way but it feels like it's been a long time well it's interesting because over the years have been about eight or nine books written on the issue of Rendlesham forest and just about all of them all positive from the perspective of the UFO angle but if you read those books actually you'll find that in most of them they do briefly talk about bass I loosen a janitor slash hologram type situation which was the story that I thought that I could shoot but the previous books that have been published on the strangle of a so called secret experiments by radio anybody touched upon just sort of a couple of paragraphs and I thought over the years will why is it that you know if you pay people fuel because of skirted around the sacred experiments Hangal but I haven't really taken any further so I felt well it's time somebody did take it further and to take it seriously so that's what what my approach was west and Staley's to take the approach well let's finally dig deep into the sacred experiments claim and see where it goes and so that's essentially what I've done you mentioned about the colonel Holt who the colonel who went out and looked for himself and he took along the recorder he's not a UFO guy per se I guess now he has spoken about it but he wasn't at that time didn't really want to any publicity about it took a long time to sort of get him out I have met him in person I've interviewed him I found it would be a really credible guy and I'm I think you probably feel the same way how is he going to take this were you able to talk to him about this this theory well yeah I've actually Max Charles holds that the a conference last year and in down in Texas and in I think was March of last year and we had a good chat told about the case and you know various aspects and angles you know any scale you know he still stands by the fact that they saw something you know extremely strange something very unknown and yeah I mean I think I haven't spoken to him since the book has come out but I mean I think he will probably not go with the fairy that I have in the book and and I think that goes for a lot of the guys who were in the woods as well and you know I mean I don't have any qualms about saying that you know I'm not so I'm going to sit here and say oh no they're all gonna you know straight online with me if they're not going to but I do feel that you know it's important that we get besides even if the other guys who were involved of the immensely against that particular theory but as I said you know I mean if you're gonna look into something and this data to be found they always say it is much easier to to to go after it no matter what the outcome is you know you dug into the history of that area hi other kinds of facilities and research and programs that are married out and then covered I don't know I can't recall from the other books on Rendlesham well any of that I think that a lot of people will not know about any kind of balls to the secret experiments angle now if we go back to nineteen thirty five the British government set up a committee called a tease on committee and it was one it was one of the British government's first top secret radar programs he notices the infancy of radar and Hitler was flexing his muscles so we made a good strong right and that was nineteen thirty five and continued for several years I do not in the nineteen forties it was very strange situation a little village called shingles straight and if you Google shingle street you'll see that the room is that the Germans had a contingent to try and invade the a side of England and inside the country but that was supposedly killed by some sort of strange technology that burned them all in the in the water in the se few years after that and other top secret right up program called cobra mist and also a contingent of Marconi scientists another facility now the reason I mention all of those is because the Tayside committee this cobra mist ride the shingle street's mystery of the German soldiers being burned alive in this strange fashion the Marconi facilitate all of those particular locations and facilities were situated less than eleven miles from the heart of Rendlesham forest I'll tell you a hold on your second next we're going to have to take a break when we come back we'll jump into the store the twisted.

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"a. k." Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

13:47 min | 1 year ago

"a. k." Discussed on 600 WREC

"Five W. we are C. welcome back you know if you followed the UFO subject for a while you should be familiar with what's called the bent waters encounter A. K. A. the Rendlesham forest UFO case involving U. S. military personnel what appeared to be a UFO that landed just outside the base in a forest area in the U. K. if you're not familiar with that we're gonna get you caught up on that in just a couple of minutes it is a complicated story it has adherents who are very passionate about it there are credible witnesses there are people who argue back and forth about various different versions and facts involving the story who's right who's wrong it's been a heated ongoing debate pretty much ever since it it surfaced as usual you know the government of the U. S. and the military and U. K. have sorted Jack the public around not revealing information or records about this stuff at no surprise there but if the real story what if the real story is even more upsetting than say an alien landing something that was cooked up and unleashed by humans on humans not ETA's they're not part of this premise that is explored by Nick Redfern a prolific writer and investigator who's been my guest on this program many times in his latest book he's here to tell us what he's dug up what he thinks it means net great to have you back Hey George thanks seven mega what will be the last time I I joked with you today by email about your book that day you're not going to be nominated to be U. I. phone play of the month after this one gets out there well that's how it goes got taken he is there already feedback from your colleagues I don't know how long the books but now is not very long couple of days maybe a week but are you already getting feedback from colleagues in the field yeah the book came out back ten days ago called the Rendlesham forest UFO conspiracy and yes I mean it's one of these situations where the ideal situation is that we'll be able to sort of you talk about face and you know back and forth and so the logical down to earth way but it always seems to be sort of situations he seems to have sort of descend into a the equivalent of a young political face fight you know and well and I think one of the reasons why is because Rendlesham he's such as you said in the introduction it's such a controversial case a well known one and multiple fairies and questions about this person questions that back person and so the whole thing becomes very emotive and I think really the only other case that comes close to that in terms of the contributions controversy that it provokes would be Roswell you know so in other words those two cases that may two of the most important regardless of what actually happened they still remain two of the most important UFO cases well you attack Roswell to get to that a little bit but but you have written about Rendlesham forest UFO conspiracy that's the new book you've written about this before in defense of sort of a basic story can you wear those in our audience who are not familiar with that can you give us the basics that that most ufologist would agree on if that's even possible well yeah well the one thing we can all agree and I think he did something very very strange and profound even occurred and something that was also disturbing in that sense you know I'm on the same level if you like as the ufologists who think it was an alien event but the day of the official story is that well maybe it was just lights from allied has nearby the stories about some of the guys playing pranks which is complete nonsense and so I don't go with any of the day bunking goal the Paisley just side you there's just nothing to they said it was just a case of hysteria that to me is complete nonsense but the theory that I investigated and was able to expand to a significant degree with something very different and but just before we get to that also to tell the the lesson is that might not know what the the story as we understand it up until now at least actually it's it's cross three nights a merry Christmas December nineteen ninety and you have to now close by closed down basis Bentwaters and Woodbridge at the time they had a contingent of U. S. military personnel that are built in the second World War and in the event that runs but Hitler invaded we would have like a large U. S. force to help to defend the POK and so they had the bases continue to exist and up until just a few years ago which is when they were shut down and a number of guys around on patrol so the strange lights nay if they faced guides of broil and force excuse me one of the bullet for spaces and got permission to go out there and to see what was going on now this it's important to note this the event didn't occur on either of the military bases which is what bridge and bent waters it actually occurred in Rendlesham forest now Rendlesham forest is not you know private land of the government or anything like that anyone can go roaming around Rendlesham forest near take your dog out for a walk on a Sunday afternoon that kind of thing it's not a government land so but the band's echoed just outside of military land there were reports of the guys seeing strange lights in the sky and the sun usual vehicle coming down out of the sky deputy base commander Charles holds it bent waters actually had the presence of mind to go out with the guys and actually take an audio recorder with a like a little mini recorder a managed to record roughly round about eighteen minutes of about listening to the guys talking out in the woods and what they could say and that was basically the first night and events actually went on across the course of about three nights and there are rumors of a bit of a fourth night and what exactly happened is the big question now within the field of ufology the the down to earth explanation the popular explanation is that this was some sort of UFO and extraterrestrial event and some sort of craft coming down and inside the woods the story that I followed as you mentioned for the last several years takes things in a different direction but no less controversial it revolves around the idea of a top secret experiments you using holograms and hallucinogens to essentially like a psychological warfare operation to mess with the minds of the the military guys to say to what extent they could be deceived by sophisticated holograms of advanced technology so in other words it was sort of like a almost like a dry run to see how the enemies or the anime might respond on the battlefield if thank you two were exposed to something like an incredible hallucinatory T. event and this bury my was still at the height of the Cold War when a lot of projects of running to try and find different ways to save than deface the Russians if we do go to war which thankfully we didn't so that's basically the alternative saying that I've been following him progressing with the idea that it was not a UFO event but it was presented as a UFO events for the guys who were at the unknowing Guinea pigs in the in the forest how long has this seed sort of been sprouting inside your brain feels like from the book I mean you go meticulously through step by step pieces of information that came their way but it feels like it's been a long time well it's interesting because over the years have been about eight or nine books written on the issue of Rendlesham forest and just about all of them are positive it from the perspective of the UFO angle but if you read those books actually you'll find that in most of them they do briefly talk about bass hallucinogenic slash hologram type situation which was the story that I thought that I pursued but the previous books that have been published on in the Sangalang a so called secret experiments by radio anybody touched upon just sort of a couple of paragraphs and I thought over the years will why is it that you know pick few people fuel because of skirted around the sacred experiments Hangal but I haven't really taken any further so I felt well it's time somebody did take it further and did take it seriously so that's what what my approach was west and Staley's to take the approach well let's finally dig deep into the sacred experiments claim and see where it goes and so that's essentially what I've done you mentioned about the colonel Holt who the colonel who went out and looked for himself and he took along the recorder he's not a UFO guy per se I guess now he has spoken about it but he wasn't at that time didn't really want to any publicity about it took a long time to sort of get amount I have met him in person I've interviewed him I found it to be a really credible guy and I'm I think you probably feel the same way how is he going to take this were you able to talk to him about this this theory well yeah I've actually met Charles holds that the a conference last year and in down in Texas and in I think was March of last year and we had a good chat is all about the case and you know various aspects and angles you know any scale you know he still stands by the fact that they saw something you know extremely strange something very unknown and yeah I mean I think I haven't spoken to him since the book has come out but I mean I think he will probably not go with the theory that I have in the book and I think that goes for a lot of the guys who were in the woods as well and you know I mean I don't have any qualms about saying that you know I'm not so I'm going to sit here and say oh no they're all gonna you know straight online with me if they're not going to but I do feel that you know it's important that we get besides even if the other guys who were involved vehemently against that particular theory but as I said you know I mean if you're gonna look into something and this data to be found yeah I feel it's my duty to to go after it no matter what the outcome is you know you dug into the history of that area other kinds of facilities and research and programs that are married out and then covered I don't know I can't recall from the other books on Rendlesham well any of that I think that a lot of people will not know about any kind of balls to the secret experiments angle now if we go back to nineteen thirty five the British government set up a committee called a tease audit committee and it was one it was one of the British government's first top secret radar programs he notices the infancy of radar and Hitler was flexing his muscles so we needed a good strong right off and that was nineteen thirty five and continued for several years I do not in the nineteen forties it was very strange situation a little village called shingles straight and if you Google shingle street you'll see that the room is that the Germans had a contingent to try and invade the east side of England and inside the country but that was supposedly killed by some sort of strange technology that burned them all in the in the water in the se few years after that and the other top secret right up program called cobra mist and also a contingent of Marconi scientists at another facility now the reason I mention all of those is because the Tayside committee this cobra mist right all the shingles straight mystery of the German soldiers being burned alive in this strange fashion the Marconi facilitate all of those particular locations and facilities were situated less than eleven miles from the heart of Rendlesham forest I'll tell you a hold on your second next we're going to have to take a break when we come back we'll jump into the store the twisted history of other programs.

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"a. k." Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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13:43 min | 1 year ago

"a. k." Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Welcome back you know if you followed the UFO subject for a while you should be familiar with what's called the bent waters encounter A. K. A. the Rendlesham forest UFO case involving U. S. military personnel what appeared to be a UFO that landed just outside the base in a forest area in the U. K. if you're not familiar with that we're gonna get you caught up on that in just a couple of minutes it is a complicated story it has adherents who are very passionate about it there are credible witnesses there are people who argue back and forth about various different versions and facts involving the story who's right who's wrong it's been a heated ongoing debate pretty much ever since it it surfaced as usual you know the government of the US and the military and U. K. have sorted Jack the public around not revealing information or records about this stuff and no surprise there but if the real story what if the real story is even more upsetting than say an alien landing something that was cooked up and unleashed by humans on humans not eighties they're not part of this premise that is explored by Nick Redfern a prolific writer and investigator who's been my guest on this program many times in his latest book he's here to tell us what he's dug up what he thinks it means net great to have you back Hey George thanks seven we got well the last time I I joked with you today by email about your book that day you're not going to be nominated to be U. S. phone play of the month after this one gets out there well actually go go go pick skin he is there already feedback from your colleagues I don't know how long the books but now is not very long couple of days maybe a week but are you already getting feedback from colleagues in the field yeah the book came out back ten days ago called the Rendlesham forest UFO conspiracy and yeah I mean it's one of these situations where the ideal situation is that we'll be able to sort of you talk about basic and you know back and forth and so the logical down to earth way but it always seems to be sort of situation the same sense sort of descending survey the equivalent of a year's logical face fight you know and well I think one of the reasons why is because Rendlesham he's such as you said in the introduction it's such a controversial case a well known lawn and multiple fairies and questions about this person questions about that person and so the whole thing becomes very emotive and I think really the only other case that comes close to that in terms of the contributions controversy that it provokes would be Roswell you know so in other words those two cases that may up two of the most important regardless of what actually happened they still remain two of the most importance UFO cases well you attack Roswell to get to that a little bit but but you have written about Rendlesham forest UFO conspiracy that's the new book you've written about this before in defense of sort of a basic story can you wear those in our audience who are not familiar with it can you give us the basics that that most ufologist would agree on if that's even possible well yeah well the one thing we can all agree and I think he did something very very strange and profound even occurred and something that was also disturbing the bank sends you know I'm on the same level if you like as the ufologists who think it was an alien event but the day of the official story is that well maybe it was just lights for my life has nearby that stories about some of the guys playing pranks which is complete nonsense and so I don't go with any of the tape king goal the Paisley just cite you there's just nothing to they said it was just a case of hysteria that to me is complete nonsense but the theory that I investigated and was able to expand to a significant degree with something very different and just before we get to that also to tell the the lesson is that might not know what the the story as we understand it up until now at least actually it's it cross three nights a merry Christmas December nineteen ninety and you have to now close by closed down basis Bentwaters and Woodbridge at the time but I had a contingent of US military personnel that are built in the second World War and in the event that runs but Hitler invaded we would have like a large U. S. force to help to defend the at the attack and celebrate the bases continue to exist and up until just a few years ago which is when they were shut down and a number of guys on patrol so the strange lights nay if they faced guy of broil airforce excuse me one of the blame for spaces and got permission to go out there and to see what was going on now this is important to note this the event didn't occur on either of the military bases which is what bridge and bent waters it actually occurred in Rendlesham forest now Rendlesham forest is not you know private land of the government or anything like that anyone can go roaming around rendition forest near take your dog out for a walk on a Sunday afternoon that kind of thing it's not a government land sit but the band's echoed just outside of military land there were reports of the guys seeing strange lights in the sky and the sun usual vehicle coming down out of the sky deputy base commander Charles holds it back ward says actually had the presence of mind to go out with the guys and actually take an old you know record with a like a little mini recorder a managed to record roughly round about eighteen minutes of about listening to the guys talking out in the woods and what they could say and that was basically the first night and defense actually went on across the coast of attack three nights and there are rumors of a bit of a fourth night and what exactly happened is the big question now within the field of ufology the the down to earth explanation the popular explanation is that this was some sort of UFO and extraterrestrial events and some sort of craft coming down and inside the woods the story that I followed as you mentioned for the last several years takes things in a different direction but now less controversial it revolves around the idea of a top secret experiments you using holograms and hallucinogens to essentially like a psychological warfare operation to mess with the minds of the the military guys to say to what extent they could be deceived by sophisticated holograms of advanced technology so in other words it was sort of like a almost like a dry run to see how the enemies or the anime might respond on the battlefield its value to were exposed to something like an incredible hallucinatory events and this bury mine was still at the height of the Cold War when a lot of projects are running to try and find different ways to save than deface the Russians if we do go to war which thankfully we didn't so that's basically the alternative fame that I paint following in progressing with the idea that it was not a UFO events but it was presented as a UFO events for the guys who were they unknowing Guinea pigs in the in the forest how long has this seed sort of been sprouting inside your brain feels like from the book I mean you go meticulously through step by step pieces of information that came her way but it feels like it's been a long time well it's interesting because over the years have been about eight or nine books written on the issue of Rendlesham forest and just about all of them are positive it from the perspective of the UFO angle but if you read those books actually you'll find that in most of them they do briefly talk about space hallucinogenic slash hologram type situation which was the story that I thought that I could hear it but the previous books that have been published on may Sango of a so called secret experiments by radio anybody touched upon just sort of a couple of paragraphs and I thought over the years why is it that you know pick few people fuel because of scattered around the sacred experiments Hangal but I haven't really taken any further so I felt well it's time somebody did take it further did take it seriously so that's what what my approach was west and Staley's to take the approach well let's finally dig deep into the sacred experiments claim and see where it goes and so that's essentially what I've done you mention about the colonel Holt who they colonel who went out and looked for himself and he took along the recorder he's not a UFO guy per se I guess now he has spoken about it but he wasn't at that time didn't really want to any publicity about it took a long time to sort of get him out I have met him in person I've interviewed him I found it would be a really credible guy and I'm I think you probably feel the same way how is he going to take this were you able to talk to him about this this theory well yeah I've actually met Charles holds that the a conference last year and in down in Texas and in I think was March of last year and we had a good chat all about the case and you know various aspects and angles you know any scale you know he still stands by the fact that they saw something you know extremely strange something very unknown and yeah I mean I think I haven't spoken to him since the book has come out but I mean I think he will probably not go with a fair rate that I have in the book and I think that goes for a lot of the guys who were in the woods as well and you know I mean I don't have any qualms about saying that you know I'm not so I'm going to sit here and say oh no they're all gonna you know straight online with me if they're not going to but I do feel that you know it's important that we get besides even if the other guys who were involved of the immensely against that particular theory but as I said you know I mean if you're gonna look into something and this data to be found yeah I'd say it's much easier to to to go after it no matter what the outcome is you know you dug into the history of that area other kinds of facilities and research and programs that are married out and then covered I don't know I can't recall from the other books on Rendlesham well any of that potent thing that a lot of people will not know about any kind of balls to the secret experiments angle now if we go back to nineteen thirty five the British government said that the committee colder to start committee and it was one it was one of the British government's first top secret radar programs he notices the infancy of right all round eight Louis flexing his muscles so we made a good strong right out and that was nineteen thirty five and continued for several years I do not in the nineteen forties it was very strange situation a little village called shingles straight and if you go girl shingle street you'll see that the romance that the Germans had a contingent to try and invite the a side of England and inside the country but that was supposedly killed by some sort of strange technology that burned them all in the in the water in the se few years after that another top secret right up program called cobra based and also a contingent of Marconi scientists of another facility now the reason I mention all of those is because the two documents say these co grimaced right all the shingles straight mystery of the German soldiers being burned alive in this strange fashion the Marconi facilitate all of those particular locations and facilities were situated less than eleven miles from the heart of Rendlesham forest okay one hold on your second next we're going to have to take a break when we come back we'll jump into is sort of the twisted history.

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"a. k." Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

13:43 min | 1 year ago

"a. k." Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Welcome back you know if you followed the UFO subject for a while you should be familiar with what's called the bent waters encounter A. K. A. the Rendlesham forest UFO case involving U. S. military personnel what appeared to be a UFO that landed just outside the base in a forest area in the U. K. if you're not familiar with that we're gonna get you caught up on that in just a couple of minutes it is a complicated story it has adherents who are very passionate about it there are credible witnesses there are people who argue back and forth about various different versions and facts involving the story who's right who's wrong it's been a heated ongoing debate pretty much ever since it it surfaced as usual you know the government of the US and the military and U. K. have sorted Jack the public around not revealing information or records about this stuff at no surprise there but if the real story what if the real story is even more upsetting than say an alien landing something that was cooked up and unleashed by humans on humans not eighties they're not part of this premise that is explored by Nick Redfern a prolific writer and investigator who's been my guest on this program many times in his latest book is here to tell us what he's dug up what he thinks it means next great to have you back Hey George thanks seven mega what will be the last time I I joked with you today by email about your book that you're not going to be nominated to be U. S. phone play of the month after this one gets out there well actually goes all got taken he is there already feedback from your colleagues I don't know how long the books but now is not very long couple of days maybe a week but are you already getting feedback from colleagues in the field yeah if the book came out back ten days ago called the Rendlesham forest UFO conspiracy and yeah I mean it's one of these situations where the ideal situation is that we'll be able to sort of you talk about face and you know back and forth in serological down to earth way but it always seems to be sort of situations he seems to have sort of descending survey the equivalent of a you know political face fight you know and well and I think one of the reasons why is because Rendlesham he's such as you said in the introduction it's such a controversial case a well known Juan and multiple fairies and questions about this person questions that back person and so the whole thing becomes very emotive and I think really the only other case that comes close to that in terms of the contributions controversy that it provokes would be Roswell you know so in other words those two cases that may two of the most important regardless of what actually happened I still remain two of the most importance UFO cases well you attack Roswell to get to that a little bit but but you have written about Rendlesham forest UFO conspiracy that's the new book you've written about this before in defense of sort of a basic story can you wear those in our audience who are not familiar with that can you give us the basics that that most ufologist would agree on if that's even possible well yeah well the one thing we can all agree and I think he did something very very strange and profound even occurred and something that was also disturbing in that sense you know I'm on the same level if you like as the ufologists who think it was an alien event but the day of the official story is that well maybe it was just lights for my life has nearby the stories about some of the guys playing pranks which is complete nonsense and so I don't go with any of the day but king goal the Paisley just cite you there's just nothing to they said it was just a case of hysteria that to me is complete nonsense but the theory that I investigated and was able to expand to a significant degree with something very different and but just before we get to that also to tell the the lesson is that might not know what the the story as we understand it up until now at least liaise and if there is a curtain across three nights a merry Christmas December nineteen ninety you have to now close by closed M. basis bent waters in Woodbridge at the time but I had a contingency U. S. military personnel that are built in the second World War and in the event that runs but Hitler invaded we would have like a large U. S. force to help to defend the the attack and so the devices continue to exist and up until just a few years ago which is when they were shut down and a number of guys around on patrol so the strange lights nay if they faced guy of broil axles excuse me one of the blame for spaces got permission to go out there and to see what was going on now this it's important to note based the event didn't occur on either of the military bases which is what breach and bent waters it actually occurred in Rendlesham forest now Rendlesham forest is not you know private land of the government or anything like that anyone can go roaming around Rendlesham forest near take your dog out for a walk on a Sunday afternoon that kind of thing it's not a government land sit but the band's echoed just outside of military land there were reports of the guys seeing strange lights in the sky and the sun usual vehicle coming down out of the sky deputy base commander Charles holds it back towards his actually had the presence of mind to go out with the guys and actually take an audio recorder with a like a little mini recorder a managed to record roughly round about eighteen minutes of about listening to the guys talking out in the woods and what they could say and that was basically the first night and events actually went on across the course of about three nights and there are rumors of a bit of a fourth night and what exactly happened is the big question now within the field of ufology the the down to earth explanation the popular explanation is that this was some sort of UFO and extraterrestrial events and some sort of craft coming down and inside the woods the story that I followed as you mentioned for the last several years takes things in a different direction but now less controversial it revolves around the idea of a top secret experiments you using holograms and hallucinogens to essentially like a psychological warfare operation to mess with the minds of the the military guys to say to what extent they could be deceived by sophisticated holograms of advanced technology so in other words it was sort of like a almost like a dry run to see how the enemies all the anime might respond on the battlefield if value to were exposed to something like an incredible hallucinatory events and experiments to at the height of the Cold War when a lot of projects are running to try and find different ways to save than deface the Russians if we do go to war which thankfully we didn't so that's basically the alternative saying that I've been following him progressing with the idea that it was not a UFO events but it was presented as a UFO events for the guys who wear the unknowing Guinea pigs in the in the forest how long has this seed sort of been sprouting inside your brain feels like from the book I mean you go meticulously through step by step pieces of information that came their way but it feels like it's been a long time well it's interesting because over the years have been about eight or nine books written on the issue of Rendlesham forest and just about all of them are positive from the perspective of the UFO angle but if you read those books actually you'll find that in most of them they do briefly talk about bass I loosen a Janick slash hologram type situation which was the story that I thought that I could shoot but the previous books that have been published on these Hangal of a so called secret experiments by radio anybody touched upon just sort of a couple of paragraphs and I thought over the years will why is it that you know pick few people fueled as it skirted around the sacred experiments Hangal but I haven't really taken any further so I felt well it's time somebody did take it further and did take it seriously so that's what what my approach was was and still is to take the approach well let's finally dig deep into the sacred experiments claim and see where it goes and so that's essentially what I've done you mentioned about the colonel Holt who the colonel who went out and looked for himself and he took along the recorder he's not a UFO guy per se I guess now he has spoken about it but he wasn't at that time didn't really want to any publicity about it took a long time to sort of get him out I have met him in person I've interviewed him I found it to be a really credible guy and I'm I think you probably feel the same way how is he going to take this were you able to talk to him about this this theory well yeah I've actually Max Charles holds that the a conference last year and in down in Texas and in I think was March of last year and we had a good chat is all about the case and you know various aspects and angles you know any scale you know he still stands by the fact that they saw something you know extremely strange something very unknown and yeah I mean I think I haven't spoken to him since the book has come out but I mean I think he will probably not go with the theory that I have in the book and and I think that goes for a lot of the guys who were in the woods as well and you know I mean I don't have any qualms about saying that you know I'm not so I'm going to sit here and say oh no they're all gonna you know go straight online with me if they're not going to but I do feel that you know it's important that we get besides even if the other guys who were involved vehemently against that particular theory but as I said you know I mean if you're gonna look into something and this data to be found yeah I feel it's my duty to to go after it no matter what the outcome is you know you dug into the history of that area other kinds of facilities and research and programs that are married out and then covered I don't know I can't recall from the other books on Rendlesham well any of that I think that a lot of people will not know about any kind of balls to the secret experiments angle now if we go back to nineteen thirty five the British government set up a committee called a tease ought to committee and it was one it was one of the British government's first top secret right all programs in addition to the infancy of radar and Hitler was flexing his muscles so we made a good strong right off and that was nineteen thirty five and continued for several years I do not in the nineteen forties it was very strange situation a little village called shingles straight and if you Google shingle street you'll see that the room is that the Germans had a contingent to try and invade the east side of England and inside the country but that was supposedly killed by some sort of strange technology that burned them all in the in the water in the se few years after that and other top secret right up program called cobra mist and also a contingent of Marconi scientists at another facility now the reason I mention all of those is because the Tayside committee this cobra mist ride the shingle street's mystery of the German soldiers being burned alive in this strange fashion the Marconi facilitate all of those particular locations and facilities were situated less than eleven miles from the hospital Rendlesham forest I'll tell you one hold on your second next we're going to have to take a break when we come back we'll jump into is sort of the twisted history.

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"a. k." Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

12:22 min | 1 year ago

"a. k." Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Welcome back you know if you followed the UFO subject for a while you should be familiar with what's called the bent waters encounter A. K. A. the Rendlesham forest UFO case involving U. S. military personnel what appeared to be a UFO that landed just outside the base in a forest area in the U. K. if you're not familiar with that we're gonna get you caught up on that in just a couple of minutes it is a complicated story it has adherents who are very passionate about it there are credible witnesses there are people who argue back and forth about various different versions and facts involving the story who's right who's wrong it's been a heated ongoing debate pretty much ever since it it surfaced as usual you know the government of the US and the military and U. K. have sorted Jack the public around not revealing information or records about this stuff at no surprise there but if the real story what if the real story is even more upsetting than say an alien landing something that was cooked up and unleashed by humans on humans not ETA's they're not part of this premise that is explored by Nick Redfern a prolific writer and investigator who's been my guest on this program many times in his latest book is here to tell us what he's dug up what he thinks it means net great to have you back Hey George thanks seven mega what will be the last time I I joked with you today by email about your book that day you're not going to be nominated to be U. S. phone play the month after this one gets out there well actually goes all got taken he is there already feedback from your colleagues I don't know how long the books but now is not very long couple of days maybe a week but are you already getting feedback from colleagues in the field yeah if the book came out back ten days ago called the Rendlesham forest UFO conspiracy and yeah I mean it's one of these situations where the ideal situation is that we'll be able to sort of you talk about bass and you know back and forth in serological down to earth way but it always seems to be sort of situation the same service sort of descend into a the equivalent of a young political face fight you know and well I think one of the reasons why is because Rendlesham is such as you said in the introduction it's such a controversial case a well known one and multiple fairies and questions about this person questions that back person and so the whole thing becomes very emotive and I think really the only other case that comes close to that in terms of the contributions controversy that it provokes would be Roswell you know so in other words those two cases that may two of the most important regardless of what actually happened they still remain two of the most importance UFO cases well you attack Roswell to hook into that a little bit but but you have written about Rendlesham forest UFO conspiracy that's the new book you've written about this before in defense of sort of a basic story can you wear those in our audience who are not familiar with it can you give us the basics that that most ufologist would agree on if that's even possible well yeah well the one thing we can all agree and I think he did something very very strange and profound even occurred and something that was also disturbing the bank sends you know I'm on the same level if you like as the ufologists who think it was an alien event but the day of the official story is that well maybe it was just lights for my life has nearby the stories about some of the guys playing pranks which is complete nonsense and so I don't go with any of the day but king goal the Paisley just cite you there's just nothing to they said it was just a case of hysteria that to me is complete nonsense but the theory that I investigated and was able to expand to a significant degree with something very different and but just before we get to that also to tell the the lesson is that might not know what the the story as we understand it up until now at least actually ace it's cross three nights a merry Christmas December nineteen ninety and you have to now close by closed M. basis Bentwaters and Woodbridge at the time they had a contingent of U. S. military personnel that are built in the second World War and in the event that runs but Hitler invaded we would have like a large U. S. force to help to defend the the attack and so they had the bases continue to exist and up until just a few years ago which is when they were shut down and a number of guys around on patrol so the strange lights nay if they faced guy of broil airforce excuse me one of the bullet for spaces and got permission to go out there and to see what was going on now this it's important to note this the event didn't occur on either of the military bases which is what breach and bent waters it actually occurred in Rendlesham forest now Rendlesham forest is not you know private land of the government or anything like that anyone can go roaming around Rendlesham forest and you know take your dog out for a walk on a Sunday afternoon that kind of thing it's not a government land but the band's echoed just outside of military land there were reports of the guys seeing strange lights in the sky and the sun usual vehicle coming down out of the sky deputy base commander Charles holds it bent waters actually had the presence of mind to go out with the guys and actually take an audio recorder with a like a little mini recorder managed to record roughly round about eighteen minutes of about listening to the guys talking out in the woods and what they could say and that was basically the first night and events actually went on across the course of about three nights and there are rumors of a bit of a fourth night and what exactly happened is the big question now within the field of ufology the the down to earth explanation the popular explanation is that this was some sort of UFO and extraterrestrial events and some sort of craft coming down and inside the woods the story that I followed as you mentioned for the last several years takes things in a different direction but now less controversial it revolves around the idea of a top secret experiments you using holograms and hallucinogens to essentially like a psychological warfare operation to mess with the minds of the the military guys to say to what extent they could be deceived by sophisticated holograms of advanced technology so in other words it was sort of like almost like a dry run to see how the enemies or the anime might respond on the battlefield if thanks to were exposed to something like an incredible hello similarity events and bass berry my was still at the height of the Cold War when a lot of projects are running to try and find different ways to save than deface the Russians if we do go to war which thankfully we didn't so that's basically the alternative fame but I've been following him progressing with the idea that it was not a UFO events but it was presented as a UFO events for the guys who were the unknowing Guinea pigs in the in the forest how long has this seed sort of been sprouting inside your brain feels like from the book I mean you go meticulously through step by step pieces of information that came their way but it feels like it's been a long time well it's interesting because over the years have been about eight or nine books written on the issue of Rendlesham forest and just about all of them are positive from the perspective of the UFO angle but if you read those books actually you'll find that in most of them they do briefly talk about bass I loosen it Janet king slash hologram type situation which was the story that I thought that I could shoot but the previous books that have been published on in the Sangalang a so called secret experiments by radio anybody touched upon just sort of a couple of paragraphs and I thought over the years will why is it that you know pick few people fuel because of scattered around the city could experiment angle but I haven't really taken any further so I felt well it's time somebody did take it further and did take it seriously so that's what what my approach was west and Staley's to tag the approach well let's finally dig deep into the sacred experiments claim and see where it goes and so that's essentially what I've done you mentioned about the colonel Holt who the colonel who went out and looked for himself and he took along the recorder he's not a UFO guy per se I guess now he has spoken about it but he wasn't at that time didn't really want to any publicity about it took a long time to sort of get him out I have met him in person I've interviewed him I found it to be a really credible guy and I'm I think you probably feel the same way how is he going to take this were you able to talk to him about this this theory well yeah I've actually Max Charles holds that the a conference last year and in down in Texas and in I think was March of last year and we had a good chuckle about the case and you know various aspects and angles you know any scale you know he still stands by the fact that they saw something you know extremely strange something very unknown and yeah I mean I think I haven't spoken to him since the book has come out but I mean I think he will probably not go with the theory that I have in the book and and I think that goes for a lot of the guys who were in the woods as well and you know I mean I don't have any qualms about saying that you know I'm not so I'm going to sit here and say oh no they're all gonna you know straight online with me if they're not going to but I do feel that you know it's important that we get besides even if the other guys who were involved of the immensely against that particular theory but as I said you know I mean if you're gonna look into something and this data to be found yeah I feel it's my duty to to go after it no matter what the outcome is you know you dug into the history of that area other kinds of facilities and research and programs that are married out and then covered I don't know I can't recall from the other books on Rendlesham well any of that potent thing that a lot of people will not know about any kind of balls to the secret experiments angle now if we go back to nineteen thirty five the British government set up a committee called a tease ought to committee and it was one it was one of the British government's first top secret radar programs in addition to.

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"a. k." Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

12:36 min | 1 year ago

"a. k." Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Welcome back you know if you followed the UFO subject for a while you should be familiar with what's called the bent waters encounter A. K. A. the Rendlesham forest UFO case involving U. S. military personnel what appeared to be a UFO that landed just outside the base in a forest area in the U. K. if you're not familiar with that we're gonna get you caught up on that in just a couple of minutes it is a complicated story it has adherents who are very passionate about it there are credible witnesses there are people who argue back and forth about various different versions and facts involving the story who's right who's wrong it's been a heated ongoing debate pretty much ever since it it surfaced as usual you know the government of the US and the military and U. K. have sorted Jack the public around not revealing information or records about this stuff at no surprise there but if the real story what if the real story is even more upsetting than say an alien landing something that was cooked up and unleashed by humans on humans not ETA's they're not part of this premise that is explored by Nick Redfern a prolific writer and investigator who's been my guest on this program many times in his latest book is here to tell us what he's dug up what he thinks it means Nick great to have you back Hey George thanks seven mega what will be the last time I I joked with you today by email about your book that you're not going to be nominated to be U. S. phone play the month after this one gets out there well actually goes all got taken he is there already feedback from your colleagues I don't know how long the books but now is not very long couple of days maybe a week but are you already getting feedback from colleagues in the field yeah the book came out back ten days ago called the Rendlesham forest UFO conspiracy and yeah I mean it's one of these situations where the ideal situation is that we'll be able to sort of you talk about basic and you know back in full in the server logical down to earth way but it always seems to be sort of situation he seems to have sort of descend into the the equivalent of a young political face fight you know and well I think one of the reasons why is because Rendlesham he's such as you said in the introduction it's such a controversial case a well known one and multiple fairies and questions about this person questions back back person and so the whole thing becomes very emotive and I think really the only other case that comes close to that in terms of the contributions controversy that it provokes would be Roswell you know so in other words those two cases that may two of the most important regardless of what actually happened they still remain two of the most importance UFO cases well you attack Roswell to get to that a little bit but but you have written about Rendlesham forest UFO conspiracy that's the new book you've written about this before in defense of sorbet basic story can you wear those in our audience who are not familiar with it can you give us the basics that that most ufologist would agree on if that's even possible well yeah well the one thing we can all agree and I think he did something very very strange and profound even occurred and something that was also disturbing in that sense you know I'm on the same level if you like as the ufologists who think it was an alien event but the official story is that well maybe it was just lights for my life has nearby but stories about some of the guys playing pranks which is complete nonsense and so I don't go with any of the day but king goal the paper you just say you there's just nothing to they said it was just a case of paste area that to me is complete nonsense but the theory that I investigated and was able to expand to a significant degree with something very different and but just before we get to that also to tell the the lesson is that might not know what the story as we understand it up until now at least actually is and it's cross train nights a merry Christmas December nineteen ninety and you have to now close by closed embraces the Bentwaters and Woodbridge at the time they had a contingent of US military personnel had ever built in the second World War and in the event that runs but Hitler invaded we would have like a large U. S. force to help to defend the the attack and so they had the bases continue to exist and up until just a few years ago which is when they were shut down and a number of guys under patrol so the strange lights near the east gate of broil and force excuse me one of the blame for spaces and got permission to go out there and to see what was going on now this it's important to note this the event didn't occur on either of the military bases which is what bridge and bent waters it actually occurred in Rendlesham forest Rendlesham forest is not you know private land of the government or anything like that anyone can go roaming around on random forest near take your dog out for a walk on a Sunday afternoon that kind of thing it's not a government land so but the band's echoed just outside of military land there were reports of the guys seeing strange lights in the sky and the sun usual vehicle coming down out of the sky that deputy base commander Charles holds it bent waters actually had the presence of mind to go out with the guys and actually take an audio recorder with a like a little mini recorder a managed to record roughly round about eighteen minutes of about listening to the guys talking out in the woods and what they could say and that was basically the first night and events actually went on across the course of about three nights and there are rumors of a bit of a fourth night and what exactly happened is the big question now within the field of ufology the the down to earth explanation the popular explanation is that this was some sort of UFO and extraterrestrial events and some sort of craft coming down and inside the woods the story that I followed as you mentioned for the last several years takes things in a different direction but now less controversial it revolves around the idea of a top secret experiments using holograms and hallucinogens to essentially like a psychological warfare operation to mess with the minds of the the military guys to say to what extent they could be deceived by sophisticated holograms of advanced technology so in other words it was sort of like a almost like a dry run to see how the enemies or the anime might respond on the battlefield if the U. two were exposed to something like an incredible hallucinatory T. event and bass berry my was still at the height of the Cold War when a lot of projects are running to try and find different ways to save than deface the Russians if we do go to war which thankfully we didn't so that's basically the alternative fame that I paint following him progressing with the idea that it was not a UFO events but it was presented as a UFO events for the guys who were the unknowing Guinea pigs in the in the far as how long has this seed sort of been sprouting inside your brain feels like from the book I mean you go meticulously through step by step pieces of information that came their way but it feels like it's been a long time well it's interesting because over the years have been about eight or nine books written on the nature of Rendlesham forest and just about all of them are positive from the perspective of the UFO angle but if you read those books actually you'll find that in most of them they do briefly talk about bass I loose knit Janick slash hologram type situation which was the story that I thought that I could shoot but the previous books that have been published on the strangle of a so called secret experiments by radio anybody touched upon just sort of a couple of paragraphs and I thought over the years will why is it that you know pick few people fuel because of skirted around the sacred experiments angle but I haven't really taken any further so I felt well it's time somebody did take it further and they take it seriously so that's what what my approach was west and Staley's to take the approach well let's finally dig deep into the sacred experiments claim and see where it goes and so that's essentially what I've done you mentioned about the colonel Holt who day colonel who went out and looked for himself and he took along the recorder he's not a UFO guy per se I guess now he has spoken about it but he wasn't at that time didn't really want to any publicity about it took a long time to sort of get him out I have met him in person I've interviewed him I found it to be a really credible guy and I'm I think you probably feel the same way how is he going to take this were you able to talk to him about this this theory well yeah I've actually Max Charles holds that the a conference last year and in I'm down in Texas and in I think was March of last year and we had a good chat told about the case and you know various aspects and angles you know he still you know he still stands by the fact that they saw something you know extremely strange something very unknown and yeah I mean I think I haven't spoken to him since the book has come out but I mean I think he will probably not go with the fairy that I have in the book and I think that goes for a lot of the guys who were in the woods as well and you know I mean I don't have any qualms about saying that you know I'm not I'm gonna sit here and say oh no they're all gonna you know straight online with me if they're not going to but I do feel that you know it's important that we get besides even if the other guys who were involved vehemently and against that particular theory but as I said you know I mean if you're gonna look into something and this data to be found they always say it is much easier to to to go after it no matter what the outcome is you know you dug into the history of that area other kinds of facilities and research and programs that appear it out and then covered I don't know I can't recall from the other books on Rendlesham well any of that I think that a lot of people will not know about any kind of balls to the secret experiments angle now if we go back to nineteen thirty five the British government set up a committee called it to start committee and it was one it was one of the British government's first top secret radar programs he notices the infancy of radar and Hitler was flexing his muscles so we made a good strong right up and that was nineteen thirty five and continued for several years I can not in the nineteen forties it.

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"a. k." Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

11:30 min | 1 year ago

"a. k." Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"To talk with you hi there what's going on buddy Hey I'm I'm just gonna say I don't even know if it's one word or two words popcorn ceilings well or otherwise known all A. K. A. A. K. A. acoustic ceiling yeah yeah bill this is nineteen thousand three yeah but that's that's kind of late for popcorn you know I started building houses in the seventies and throughout the seventies and eighties that's all we did when I started building let me tag along I started building very they we were putting sparkles in the popcorn ceilings remember those are you there what if we lost him I'm here in I don't know do you remember when you remember the sparkles we we used yeah I can we used to put little sparkles and popcorn ceilings do you remember that I remember the sparkles very well you bet yes yup it's amazing what we thought was pretty what's going on with yours Hey well it's a house we're trying to see what one of the latest like covers the ways to cover it up rather than take take it down which is too time consuming and dirty and messy what what about what what are some of the latest coverings for it I I we're looking we're we're pondering and we I. stap I don't know but I know who knows so that's why I'm calling yeah well the course the cheapest and quickest thing to do is to spray it with brand semi gloss or so actually satin would be better latex paint which will brighten the whole house of big time but if you want to cover it you can add a layer of quarter inch sheet rock right over it we don't want to use another layer of happens because it's it's it's it's more expensive that corner and she rock right over it and tape and texture that if you want to yup what is it is it is not something you would you can brighten the house up that's that's a distinct possibility we were both of the fire was looking at even talking about the pine hill you know the beautiful beautiful time kill worst of all of our western slope and and and making sure putting that up you know or things like that is that doable one okay the two oh sure yeah I mean you know you talk about more expense and and more time soon but I love that that pleasant grayish blue pine killer what do I think it's beautiful it would be better just he drank in the urine here and back in your in my day back you know twenty five thirty years ago when I was aspen aspen wood which was also gorgeous but yeah that beetle kill stuff is beautiful so I don't know I mean it depends how much they want to spend a much time they want to take but I think your art I think removing that stuff is problematic it just makes a mess and you might exposure self to express this and I I learned sometimes you have to re texture and re tape anyway so you have means spring it would the dilute solution of late acrylic latex corner and sheet rock or the wood with any of those would be a good choice depending on budget and all that correct other very help yeah we will it will be I didn't know about the pain that that that we we talk about regular price I don't know the pain but maybe a quick fix yeah thank I say modified just make it look less some people hello some people think that and maybe you had a little the painters tell me take your good acrylic latex paint instead of down with a little water which will help it get in the nooks and crannies better here's the thing with acoustic ceilings over time they pick up dust and pollution and they get grayish and dingy and they lose right this is so once you just put put new paint on there the groom brightens up and the and the ceiling becomes more of a a more attractive if you will so that's probably what I would do but I think you're smart not to not to remove it I think that's a that's okay to go it helps that into that too good good hearing from talking with you thanks for the help yes hello you got a very good to talk to you very Miller who does one of our real estate shows on the Denver station on K. how on Saturdays nice talking to you Elbert county Roger in Denver your next thank you for waiting hi all okay my neighbors got a problem with the flaking of his sidewalk to the drive way and he was want me to help impacted but I don't have the tools IT kind of Google that need said to ship out all loose out from now pour some stopover firm dispel quick job and maybe look good for a while you're out there that's right you you really need to to get it's really clean and dust free you can chip off the all the loose stop even use a wire brush Roger and then of the step I think is important is to use compressed air for a little compressor and just blow all the dust off of that and then they make a bonding liquid that you apply the bonding liquid and then a skim coat and the one I like the quick creek company on if you've heard of quick create it's called it's pronounced Q. U. I. I'm sorry it's pronounced quick creative spelled Q. U. I. K. A. R. E. T. E. S. it's a Denver based company they make a skim coat for concrete that works very very well and now it's on the sidewalk like that it'll do pretty well it doesn't work very well on driveways because of this the the tire pressure you know is a lot of terror but on a sidewalk you discriminate on the secret is to not make it too thick if it if it gets too thick it'll stay it'll start to crumble really easily so about a quarter inch or less skimming on with a trowel but the secret is wire brushing chipping whatever you need cold chisel and then compressed air to get that concrete scrupulously clean and it'll bond pretty well so that that'll work okay for you it's not a forever solution yeah but if you want something a little bit little last for your contractor that might be interested in that I have a website that you can go to and in the blog area you can there's a handy man mom and pop small companies listed there and you'll find one in that blog area just call two or three of them and yeah okay I I really don't want to get into it because if I mess it up then I'm not a friend of the neighbor more so how are you like tradition so that that kind of money skills Roger I just wanted to leave you with this you've heard the expression no good deed goes on punished so be careful be careful I'm good don't worry I've been been there too long to get burned okay Roger you're a good neighbor and a good and I'm glad you called thank you let's talk to John in Denver not John Denver but John in Denver and nice to have you with us on the program today hi John hi I got a question about building a duplex I bought these about three houses in Platt park thinking I would build duplexes in later I found out that you have to have six thousand two hundred and fifty square foot lot in order to build a duplex SO my very first house I bought twenty nine thousand one five six thousand two hundred fifty so how I'll still thirty thousand on that house and do you have the house paid for in order to get a a loan to build a house or duplex there's a lot of well if you want to you want to add a unit under your own house now or tear it down and start over now I have six houses I will not provide and that's the one that the rental in Burnham park qualify due plex I'm wanted to tear that house down and build a duplex hello I go to about that well here's a here's the thing it's the size of the lot is not the biggest problem the biggest problem is zoning is that zone for duplex for multi family you know what I do I think it is owned R. one here are two in most cities is the duplex in our two or three are are for is for Brett for collections and on and on depends on each city has a little different designation but this is this in the city and county of Denver you have a lot Estonia Bamber but there's a single family house on it but I'm pretty sure it's zoned R. one I thought if you had a six thousand two hundred fifty square foot lot you could build a duplex but I didn't think about this so no you can't no you don't you have to have the right zoning and you could double check call the zoning department in the Denver US cities as owning department I hope third maybe there I'm sure they're they're somebody's gonna answer the phone and double check on the zoning but that would be the big bugaboo and that to answer your question OB a bank would not want you to unlock the house down pretty much until you pay that loan off because that's their security so you would have to notify the bank that you are going to demolish the property and they would call the notes due when you pay them off and just start over but you can get a construction loan for the new building from the same bank or a different bank but you would have to liquidate that first loan unless well your relationship with the bank they could wrap the first loan into the second loan if you get what I'm saying you have to work it out with them but you can't just abolish a building without notifying the bank because that's their security but the thing you have to check John is the zoning and that's the biggest headache you're going to have so I appreciate your call before you go to our break I wanted to mention Brian at eagle crest reached out last week and told me that you know he's the concerned like everybody about this locked down and so on and he's really wants to tip his hat and Pat on the back to use a couple metaphors any health care workers in the in the city and the along the front range in the metro area so if you're a healthcare worker in a furnace issues you you'll get up to the front line no labor charge in parts at wholesale cost if you call eagle crest my buddy bye heating and air conditioning guy in Denver so give them a call at three oh three four five one five six zero seven there's plenty of equipment parts available and also humidifiers.

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"a. k." Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:58 min | 1 year ago

"a. k." Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Appreciate you guys stick around for the final half hour of the weekend edition of the large well covered nineteen A. K. the corona virus is doing more than just affecting our economy and our businesses and our education it's also affecting our faith based community as well and join us on the news line to talk about that and get some perspective particularly Easter just right around the corner is a good friend pastor Matt Barnes he's a volunteer chaplain over the statehouse med I have known each other for years normally our conversations are face to face but in this era of social distancing measures trying do the right thing so Matt thank you very much for joining us we do appreciate it hello Abdul so glad to be with you and thanks for having me on not a problem so let me ask you spend a lot of time as a chaplain to state house talking to go not only not so lawmakers but also lots of other chaplains and no rabbis imams and folks the faith based community across state of Indiana what are you hearing what are they telling you well it what I'm what I'm hearing is that there's a steep learning curve because everybody's trying to figure out how do we go digital and electronic some more a little more prepared than others but that's the M. in the immediate impact is is this learning curve or how do we connect because of that ministry is all about relationships as a how do we continue those relationships so the learning how to figure out how to you face to face or phone calls or how do we get older people still involved in ministries after the number one thing I'm hearing is is the steep learning curve of electronics because I know but you know it sounds interesting you said because you know we think about ministry the faith community it is now a lot of personal and sort of one on one relationships and sort of being there noted to see people to talk to people to understand what they're going through and also no read body language and just to know that human physical contact with us like you may be holding the hand of someone who may be in a hospice care or were consoling the family and the which is you just can't do that using zoom no you can't and the other thing that's being affected instance funerals and weddings those those are all being affected as well and so trying to figure out how how do we comforting console that family member in particularly when you're talking about a virus that is killing people and so you have the deaths that are occurring there are even related to the corona virus but also that all are in in those those funerals don't happen as normal and so does really put a strain on on families and so the pastor to believe they're they're right near that pastor that faith leaders right there walking alongside his family since this is a tremendous challenge for the faith community in that aspect I think it also is a good reminder to a friend of that being a pastor minister or faith based leader you're not just working on Sundays or or Fridays yeah it was really funny that's something that I hear often is you know on the pastor only works you know half hour every every week it's on Sunday morning when he's pretty in there is so much more to ministry than that than that half hour in the end it's yeah obviously you're studying for that that sermon but there is there's the pastoral care that goes along with that it's it's that that that late night phone call early morning phone call that someone has been admitted to the hospital or someone has committed suicide or there's a death over here or just some family tragedy does not happen constantly in in addition to the normal schedule of activities that a pastoral have throughout the week and so being a pastor and I've been in the political arena for now fifteen plus years it's not dissimilar than public service and he was retiring legislator from G. A. Quinn open field tackling this dad when he retired he said not a day ever went blind that I did not receive a constituent phone call and so that constant service of for a part time legislator it's a full time job and so in a similar vein that is how pastors or in faith leader sorry it's constant it's twenty four seven you're always on and waiting for that phone call to it to help someone in need and so that's a there are some interesting parallels between public service and pastoral care we are talking to you pastor Matt Barnes he's a volunteer chaplain over at the state house but that also has stays in touch with a lot of ministers and pastors and faith based leaders from across state of Indiana so we're talking today about how covert nineteen A. K. the coronavirus has impacted the faith based and spiritual communities Matt I know one of the big challenges on has been how do you hold church services with bill sort of the the CDC protocol of building to try to keep the gatherings under ten people if you possibly can Bob how your fellow ministers dealing with that they're very well with that again it is a steep learning curve but they're figuring it out in reading a New York times article this morning they were just talking about how the internet is is changing for the good and you don't hear that very often but just this idea that so many more people are engaging online and good people are engaging online into anytime you have a good being infused in an area that might be filled with negativity it will it will up to the game and so they were just saying how the internet is is changing for the good after moment anyway they were hoping that would continue that was the New York times article and I didn't specifically mention the faith he said that but I have to think that as as pastors are engaging with whether it's an online service or we started a new tenant twelve that that we do from my living room were just praying ten minutes every day at noon and so it's just it's another pieces of pastors and faith leaders are stepping into that arena the digital arena to reach their congregants to reach the people that they minister to and so AT a Sunday morning service or when the evening service a midweek service those things are beginning to happen now it's not it's not a good replacement body does work to continue those relationships and I do think it's actually causing people to chomp at the bit that to look forward to that time of actually getting together in the future but pastors are really struggling with it because it hurts them to see that they can't be with their people and you really feel that from the pastors that I talked to it really pains them to not be able to see their folks on a regular basis but they're hearing those guidelines they are doing that in they're doing a great job at it and you getting those services online connecting honestly our church is probably having more visitors than we normally do and hence because folks are able to join us online well that you have to get a sincerely at a certain time of day just to put on a jacket and no shirt and sit there in your body shorts and go watch the watch the service on but let me ask you because I know one of the are you saying that that's what you're doing are you watching all these services and check in in in your box your call will be open on Sunday morning I'm watching me on all the deal the talking head TV shows well and and the great thing about this now you can do that in the morning and then watch all those services in the afternoon it's a great thing for you I appreciate you saying that's what you're doing you don't get the idea that's nice already inputted contention or household but let me ask my friend Bob because you know you follow up issues in the legislature you don't because you're there all the time one of our big issues has been over the past couple years expanding but no broadband internet access to maybe some of our world and more remote areas how do your colleagues and no and no and those are the words you know how are they negotiated in place where maybe you know internet or broadband or online access for worship services may not be as they are practical as maybe some other more bill suburban or urban areas so what I'm what I'm hearing is that those in your right AT the CD the real problem for those that don't have that high speed or sometimes I mean I used to live in the country not too long ago and you not only didn't have a high speed you also were data capped at a very low data rate data caps and so you just weren't able to do those life things and so what what I'm hearing and and seeing is conference calls you do the eight hundred numbers or people can call in and be a part of Bible study or a service like that and so that's one one way I know we only consume it allows you to call in or be online and so that's how some of the folks are are doing that in the more rural areas for with hopes that just are not tech savvy the older folks and they're able then to just call in so there is a way to make it work at the conference call where there's a will there's a way as the old saying is and so the pastors are figuring it out in in making it work Matt Barnes I guess in the program they volunteer chaplain over at the Indiana statehouse will wrap your coverages with Matt and just a bit listen to the we can additional to a larger ninety.

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"a. k." Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"a. k." Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Fifty one A. K. L. I. F. I was actually watching HD TV last night is watching the house hunters program but I didn't see this particular episode this was one that was Wednesday night which featured for the first time a horrible it was a terrible how do you spell that T. H. R. O. U. P. L. E. trouble is three people in a relationship okay can like couple but it's three people I get you okay Laurie so they were looking for a house it is in the episode with her husband they've been married since two thousand two early they met Angelica at a bar in the three fell in love while open minded of everybody and they're looking they're looking for a house in Colorado that would work for them all righty I am Brian in Lori have two kids yeah I wonder how the kids feel about that your honor it just ten and twelve it's the first time the show was featured a polyamorous or ethically non monogamous couple well as I've said too many times having a relationship with one person is very difficult it's a lot of hard work it's a lot of of dedication required you have to you have to throw yourself at that loving relationship twenty four seven I don't want to have to do it with to pay right having two women in your life yes or or for you having two guys I mean it was it's just it's too much I understand but then you know it's not my business and they can live whatever goes around comes against the Houston Astros are at spring training is older Major League Baseball teams are in the first thing they did was try to get it all out front get it out in the open get it out of the way so that it doesn't follow them in a yeah talking about the the cheating that was uncovered from the twenty seventeen season yeah players Alex Bregman and Jose L. two they already prepared statements to the media wonder if they wrote them or they probably had PR people right those are probably Jim crane is the owner he was talking he he should have somebody right one because what he said is just just kind of struck a match to the whole thing dusty Baker is the new manager he's gonna laugh I wouldn't even hear high and nothing to do with this but any rate Bregman said I'm really sorry about the choices that were made Briar team by the organization by me I have learned from this and I hope to regain the trust of baseball fans sounds like something somebody would be forced to write a hundred times right now you think if they were really sorry they would have come forward before now yeah I think I do they were so like you said they were sorry they got caught really have they banned all trash cans now any future games in any sticks that could be used to bang on those trash cans now Mister crane the owner vowed that such that sort of thing will never happen again under my watch by golly but then he also said then here's the part where he should have stopped our opinion is this didn't impact the game we had a good team we won the World Series and we'll leave it at that Richard yeah you are not going to be leaving it at that but did you win it fair and square the New York Yankees don't think so nice try Mister crane but we're gonna be hearing more about this coming up on K. LA offering sweet tech has his movie reviews at eight seventeen but first traffic.

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"a. k." Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"a. k." Discussed on 710 WOR

"Excellent man and your range of income during that two years start off at thirty five thousand and last year ended up at sixty five good for you what do you do for a living professional driver A. K. truck driver okay good for you cool so what kind of debt which your sixty thousand a little bit of everything pretty much normal had about twenty two dozen instead loans nineteen thousand on the car sixteen thousand credit cards and the rest on personal loans wow okay so we listen to us on the truck he has a lot all right podcaster exam usually in the U. to channel YouTube channel okay cool very cool so what what happened twenty two months ago made you go on this journey well it's kinda I don't know where I was one day I was listening as actually on November ninth two thousand seventeen I was just listening and you know wasting time on Facebook and one of my cousins actually she shared at one of your videos because she was taking a few at the time and if I think I believe it was well you're dumping that video so you know I was carries some that will have them now let's see what what it's all about so I listen to that video and at that moment I I felt like you were talking directly to me everything you said you know I felt I was going through and I was like it just makes so much sense that you know why haven't I thought about this before yeah one of the key moments that I remember was in that video you said take a moment now close your eyes now think about how I would feel you have no payments no debt nothing I remember I close my eyes and I just exhale and I felt this burden this go away wow and I was like wow I'm Nick just by thinking of not having it I felt that release as like low to be like to really get rid of exactly alike and I'm doing this all right Sir Kay mom yeah yes I love it it's so you tore into it what was the key to getting out of that for you in that twenty two months definitely the budget definitely the budget in only you just need a plan you need a guideline to tell your money exactly where to go what what to do and what you need to accomplish you know I think for me was a little bit easier to get on board because be prior to that I was really I was already in this self improvement journey uhhuh so I was already listening to see exactly les brown yeah Braun as the vast range Tracy all the so to me after hearing listen to your videos and all your podcasts and everything I just everything correlated together you know somewhere you're saying so I just found similar to les brown and six they learned I was like it's connects it just makes sense so that you know so that's one big thing you know like six color says you know if you if you don't have a goal of your payment nothing you headed at every single time which specially with money that's what happens you know you don't have a budget because here they're here they're they're wondering where it went so definitely the budget also work work work and you also have to be you have to basically decide that you want to do this if you don't decide you want to do is we always find some kind of excuse some kind of in no reason to not do it or you know try to find a caviar and you know I'm always find do it space yeah yeah you can you can find any excuse to lose exactly exactly and and then you have to be willing to sacrifice you know you won't you won't you won't reach a goal on this you sacrifice and you put your mind to it because everything good requires self you know some sacrifice wow my and your fire is out of yeah thank you so did you tell your cousin what it cost I said this is she said yes I did I did and not in a sexy it actually doing here today all wow yeah okay number one cheerleader that she's definitely one of the top one six number yeah who were your the cheerleader my family my sister you know my father other relatives see now that would see you know like most people in all of maybe it's not for me but I'm glad you're doing it yeah so you know they were definitely cheering on and you know hurting yeah way to go man how's it feel now that you did it yeah that feeling you thought you're gonna have when you watch the video yes and more yes definitely US piece financial peace now just the relaxation where you know I'm still wary about this payment that payment this bill that bill I mean I'm done I'm free yes now very cool very well done very well done how long you been driving trucks I've actually only been doing it at three years I had like I said I was in the self improvement journey song I was really stuck in this will cost me to re not to be on the self improvement journey and so I'd switch careers to truck driving and now that I'm debt free up you know I'm still it now I can take my time to decide what I really want to do when I grow up yeah because that like most people I I did it to earn my stupidity yeah and it's just that if it won't work yeah he will wear you won't ever out earning well you got this dialed in man I'm proud of you thank you and Mr Sega's passed away as you know and but I'm sure he's proud of you and less as a friend and he lives in your area there in LA yes and hi I'm sure he's product he's a good man so good stuff man very well done thank you very well done all right Ricardo from Los Angeles sixty thousand dollars paid off in twenty two months Megan thirty five to sixty five counted let's zero debt free screw up three two C. sept when a we got a copy because Logan's book for you.

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"a. k." Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"a. k." Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"There with your wig my long beautiful luscious locks and the men in my rage if has she A. K. A. Christian can actually entrap these anti Semites and ends up in hospital will you do a **** out can hook him up with a nice Jewish girl I will do it no matter what he doesn't have to be injured I will I am happy to do that daily intake for you to to take up that figure this out okay how long have I known you again a year okay how long did I know Gina how long did I never back before I brought love into their life I'm not it doesn't happen overnight it doesn't happen overnight takes time Christian love takes time if you were what about a man I mean we're not talking about the top shelf now he's he's a cute guy don't say that let's go to Mike in the world she was gonna W. A. B. C. Mikey I think you're adorable well thank you very much I think you're but him aside is probably all over their show there are probably certain sex the did that don't like the violence of the Massad would bring but I'm sure contracts being drawn up as we speak and the second point is you could be Melanie Griffith in the movie that she did a stranger among us where she she dressed up as a woman so that's really there you go you look a little bit like the Melanie Griffin before she had written yeah her face lift if announced another one but it's gonna well me like a rubber band just I mean I can get a facelift not a please come on don't go don't go the Melanie Griffith and Kris whatever let's go to Tommy in Manhattan welcome the W. B. C. Tommy how you doing Curtis good good good all founding fathers gave us the perfect solution because it's called the second amendment like me who never committed a crime is white pick up a gun store carried on the streets always work that way say let's let's see there okay so has she A. K. A. Kristen gets dressed up and hassidic garb I know that perfect have a dash you take you to not far from Lee Avenue and you so walking down Lee and have a minor in bed for any strapped now what's the caliber weapon twenty to thirty eight forty four caliber you'd like take whatever you like were you your your American you can go to the store and buy yourself a nine millimeter we all I know but a little a little difficult little analytically he's of illegal alien legal alien makes your birth certificate it is more difficult see your papers good time I I I actually have a gun and I feel like you know can you this is a time yeah Tom can you bring it out this week of what the three four kids jumping the old man of the only yeah do you know why they have the balls to do that is because they know that man doesn't have a gun yes see what I would have a gun little Blondie's everybody has a gun but there's no way to get shot because everybody has gone this is may I just way way if they came up to you right and they said the huge you are you I turned around and I see has put the gun make my day good night but the I wouldn't that's not that let the only thing I take I take make my day I have so much Rick no I wouldn't shoot yet make my wheat makes my day I make my day life so much rage inside me well you say yeah though they've definitely now if you do know I put the gun at their head so yeah yeah they're gone to raise Juliet he's trying to what I've done that I can start shooting at them Jeff said Julie at a show and she has more onions in you Christian I agree that is all the rage I'm sorry and every day I'm in that I would do it so this Sunday if you happen to be a Williams for a ground lease you have a Meyer bad food may be this everybody where we're going to be well I don't know what time don't worry about you know know what to any look Sephardic he's olive skin but he'll be in full Hasidic garb and then we'll head down a thirteenth Avenue borough park and then maybe we'll finish up in crown heights of him pliable above maybe go down the left for it maybe even for the towards king county will definitely get to match what's for lunch on the strip you're paying I'm assuming challenge hello what is that again okay we're gonna discuss themes being some more you alright come on this is not been a good day for me Brian if we stop at Ben's deli is good for your heart torture I think we got we got it all right everything scope ascetic but up next a former colleague of yours at the fox news channel I had a situation somewhat similar to yours with then sedition Donald Trump she's revealing it in her memoirs and I like you to compare what your situation was with the case with Donald Trump to her situation where he said they should case but apparently they navigate kids right the entry but first our news headlines and updates formation you crossed from the capital of the world radio seventy seven W. A. B. C. news weather and now.

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"a. k." Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

12:50 min | 2 years ago

"a. k." Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I see I got eight K. use out there were doing a live thing right now hello A. K. what's going on J. mac how you be don't go doing good I'm actually taking a break right now usually around this time of night it's slowed down a little pick up after about twelve thirty so it all goes exactly and always come pick up big time tonight what's that I said I I believe it will pick up big time tonight after twelve thirty one of chi you you might be running a little later than usual because people have a reason to stay out and continue to imbibe exactly that's what job you know what I'll tell you the truth like we're honored what's the PO take care of these people make sure they get back home they've been you know in the money that we make you know what I go to the grocery store Christmas shopping in paying the bills yeah they're coming due in January so I hope you have a full night you get some good one people in the car exactly I got one thing I want to say though I'm mark my words I don't know why I don't know well but I believe that the Buffalo Bills are going there the AFC championship game hello you what tell me yes tell you why number one the French troubles okay their defense traveled on the road pretty well number two they kind of remind me of like that Jacksonville team from years ago they got a bill for they might not have as good a linebackers but but we did get beat but still pretty strong yeah and number three I don't know I just I I feel like they I feel like Josh Allen go to finally get the opportunity to show what we really get Houston Texans defense don't know with Jay Jay what is going to bring to the table we know he's going to motivate the snot out of his teammates by is he gonna come out and just be J. J. watt give me J. J. Y. type performance if they do he could be a game changer with the return of him to their defense it depends I've been the same since he went out and I just can't get biggest problem is he can't stay on the Phillies had a career of unfortunate incident slash injuries I'm cited a net gain yes there is just one game that have already decided who's going to win and and I'm not even sure I decided on the line yet but I'm certainly leaning that way the Minnesota Twins and Minnesota Vikings are in trouble and I'll tell you why they have to go down to New Orleans I don't think you're getting a Minneapolis mayor coal under the dome and Donna by you so yes Minnesota knocked me New Orleans for the playoff just two years ago with one of the more spectacular plays unexpected place call when you want miracle plays in history the National Football League in his bag of pot it is big time as it came down as not in Minnesota this time you're in New Orleans cell two years ago this change get knocked out of the playoffs by the Minneapolis miracle layers here we all remembered they were knocked out of the playoffs by the most debated nine pass interference call in history the National Football League which of late did self pity NFL changing the rules just to make sure something like that doesn't happen again so the same that little bit of a chip on their shoulder with what's transpired in the last two postseasons I guarantee you Sean Payton if given the chance we'll continue to pour it on so that he doesn't have to worry about he doesn't have to sweat he doesn't have to be here a reoccurrence of the Minneapolis miracle and or the pass interference that wasn't so I think the Minnesota is the New Orleans Saints come loaded for bear and a mindset that will lend themselves to both a victory and a potential piling nine of the Minnesota Vikings downtown Boise's up on CBS sports radio atomic yeah how are you but I'm good I want to talk about Dallas a little bit sure hello more heat I'm from Boise of course and he's he's like I great with the great quarterback here the winning is quarterback in college history now he's yup ordinator for Dallas well his coach Chris Petersen just stepped down from the Washington Huskies is there a winning team why don't they look at him Kerry is going to bring in a college coach is going to bring in a bigger name and Chris Peters yeah yeah it's going to be urban Meyer it's gonna be link of Riley it causes the you know Jerry that doesn't affect us captain he's on record as saying he's going to write a big check because he needs to put himself in position to get back to the through ball again so no no one is out of his reach as far as potential candidates go he's gonna have to scratch a whole bunch of names off the left first before you get started Chris Peterson yeah I understand I understand that it's just food for thought that's a winning coach right there he is he's a winning culture yes yeah I I I eggs knowledge what Peterson is done in a couple different spots in a relationship between he and more is already established I hear that it's not for me it's not enough to merit Jerry Jones hiring someone for one of the most under the microscope positions highest profile positions in all of sports players the players coaches the coaches at two different type of spotlight but being the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys is one of the most pressurized positioned in all of sports and I just don't know Chris piece is going to be the guy come in and and take that kind of position even though he has been very good at what he's done hi this is a a different level job that we're talking about George from Wisconsin dump on CBS sports radio hello George we're not not able chairmen not bad I I called earlier and then you and your guests aren't so I I decided in my lap my last run of the year so I went for about three miles you got okay lady here and you'll be in good shape and twenty twenty also listen I wanted to talk about a couple things here number one I'm surprised this hasn't picked up is as much as as I think it's done it's John Dorsey being let go from our Cleveland I think that's a a real bad deals that organization and I I listen I was one hundred from and and and the last couple days the one thing that occurred that wasn't supposed to happen the one thing that we when should not you let's get rid of Darcy and they did they did just that and I'm needing a Packer fan I wanted to know how that affects Mike McCarthy going soon please wait because if your member ID does John Dorsey was I think he was the one that that hired Mike McCarthy in Green Bay couple years ago or a decade ago I think understood here's here's the one thing we don't know yet and maybe we'll get more reporting on it over the next twenty four forty eight hours the only thing that's been stated coming out of Cleveland is Dorsey and the Browns decided to gather to move on from each other then it wasn't a firing that door she at least in part okay aid being let go so we don't know if they were going to put restrictions on them if they were gonna changes responsibilities and he said well no that's not what we agreed to when you hired me for the job and they decided to part company in part ways so I I won't say that Dorsey was definitively choir because it's not been stated that way it may have been that way but admits stated that way so we don't know yet I do I do if he did an okay job there with player personnel and moves and the like but he was the guy who signed off on Freddie kitchen becoming head coach and that was a mistake Freddie kid kid wasn't ready to be head coach and he surely wasn't ready to be a head coach of that let's say high maintenance crew did they put together in Cleveland Dorsey must've believe the wise and then found out that he wasn't and I believe that the owner was as much a decision maker in Freddie kitchen being gone as Dorsey was so for whatever reason he's moving on I'm not just going to say that the owner definitely yeah stepped in and parties but that we don't know that yet yeah yeah yeah I know it it's it's interesting yeah we went to one last time we've seen a team this height in any sport you know going into the season just collapsed as bad as this year I mean I might my heart goes out to a meeting I'm not a Packer fan but I'm not a man itself into so I mean it's a it's a bad deal all one one one play after this year that I got for you that not killed three point oh come right I think I think the states are gonna marched through the AFC north in both in both Vikings in Green Bay baby the center band wait wait wait you are walking the last couple seasons you are not not go through the Vikings first in Green Bay I think that Aaron Rodgers as well stand by the way ed Rogers look really really inconsistent a senior and and and and member the last time the Vikings beat the saints it was tasty and not prime time card because you know they went thank you for the call you got it no thank you for the call yeah I'm heavily leaning toward de change over the Viking for reasons I just stayed a couple minutes ago major motivation away they've been bounced the last couple years they show that breeze poured on whose and it was Monday night a couple weeks ago when he set the all time touchdown record he he doesn't look like he's aged one day Tom Brady looks like father time is knocking at his door not drew Brees and the saints finish up the season real strong they won their last game handily as well I think their offense is clicking on all cylinders Thomas is the on quite I've been saying for two years that happens is best wide receiver like we used and I still believe he might be the most talented wide receiver in the doors skilled wide receiver in a leak but best for me is most often determined by production what do you get done statistically making the plays on Sundays slash Saturday whatever to games played on the weekends any NFL and the type of season it Thomas had was just so much better than anybody else in the National Football League I I can't in good conscience say is not the best wide receiver right now yes I expect to map the big game against Minnesota on Monday now I'm gonna head yeah on the week thereafter because Minnesota outdoors in Green Bay yes Erin Rogers is not had an ever in Rogers dominating thirty five touchdown type she just has it you're right but the packages continue to win because their defense is better than people give them credit for the gal managed a real good job of adding to that defense this year and almost done the reader could be playing with Darren badgers Irene Jones has been the best sarin in Green Bay nobody believed that could happen me included that's for damn sure but he is a touchdown scoring machine I actually think the Packers around a rated just because we have this preconception at a package the Packers.

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