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"bell montana" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:10 min | 3 weeks ago

"bell montana" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Alright, Very good. Let's take a call from Jeff and Williamsburg, Iowa. Good evening, Jeff. Feeling because you just mentioned very Christmas from Motown I have wives called. I think it's a knock off one. But it says we wish you a merry Christmas and got all Motown artists. It's got Temptation. Diana Ross Supreme Jackson five. You wonder Smokey Robinson and the miracles? It's just called. We wish you a merry Christmas, but Record label says natural resource is and then at the bottom of the label, says the trademark of Motown Record Corporation. Yes. Unfortunately, that didn't make our top 12. They put out a lot of Christmas records. Maybe after 25 to $30 for that one. Okay, right? Yeah. Thanks, Jeff to Doug in Avon, Minnesota. Hi, Doug. Evening, Gentlemen. I have a and I'm trying to do this. Remember? I just recently got a couple of boxes of records from my mom's estate. And I remember seeing in there a record with a bunch of presidents on the front in a circle with stars, and it's kind of a red and white And I believe it's their inaugural speeches. And it says something about voices of the presidents. Are you familiar with that particular album? There are several of them like that. And again, they may be worth somebody collecting the presidential or historical memorabilia. But record collectors of basically looking for music, so spoken word records. Generally not too collectable. Maybe $2025. Thank you. There you go. Doug. Appreciate your call. And, uh, let's talk to Kevin and callous Bell Montana now. Hi, Kevin. Hi, Jimbo. And I magic John Marshall just kept two records that I wanted to check on us. I could. One despite being crossed Ian. It's songs of Christmas and looks to be perfect shape. And it's by Decca Records Division of M C. A. I guess wondered if that had any value. Yeah, well, when you see division of M C a M c a bottle Decca records, So you really have a reissue collectors want the original issues, but even original would be no more than $25. So we'll re issue on M C A would be up to about $10. Of course, Crosby's white Christmas didn't make our list, but it is the second biggest selling record of all time. Jim, Do you know what's number one? The number one best selling record of all time. Uh, it wouldn't be thriller by Michael Jackson. No, it would be out on John's candle in the wind. Well, I didn't realize that record of all time. Well, that's best selling not necessary. Most valuable, in fact, not valuable. Yeah, e I guess if you have a ton of records out there that automatically I guess depress is the value of certain extent. Doesn't Yeah. Okay. More calls here in a second, but right? Right now we go to record number three on John's list. Well, you know, promo copies could be very collectible. We had a fella call early with promo copies on do up. These went to radio stations of radio stations. You They gave them away and threw them away. And that's collectors said Thank you. So John Lennon Happy Christmas. World. This is Christmas..

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"bell montana" Discussed on Dateline NBC

Dateline NBC

10:26 min | 1 year ago

"bell montana" Discussed on Dateline NBC

"It was a headline making moment that September of two thousand six when uric and ex-fugitive was escorted off the plane and Callous Bell Montana. I remember looking at the wire late in the afternoon one day. I'm like what what did it was. Just unbelievable the fake name the Career as a successful software developer. It was the furthest furthest thing from what I had imagined. As Ambrose wasn't a broken man and the Mexican wasn't a broken man Mexican Ambrosi with marched through the airport and into the custody of an eagerly awaiting sheriff. Jim Dupont I just actually wanted physically see see what he looked like a thing about all these years. I've been thinking about them a lot. You could tell. He was intelligent my opinion as associate bath. But I don't I don't know if he's got any any feelings or not but they certainly didn't pick up any from. He believes the sociopath. You Ain't no. There's good sociopaths and bad so she passed modern believe he's got feelings. How do you lose your mom? I'm your Dad Your family your friends and your loved one at the bottom of the lake. I don't get it. I guess I'll never will. It was pretty obvious the sheriff sheriff didn't exactly whole jargon high regard but there was a legal question now. The charge would be negligent homicide. Put Eric in Montana State Prison for ten years in Montana negligent homicide. You do something really stupid. That could cause the death of a person and sure enough somebody. Somebody dies negligent homicide. We did something stupid. This is not my idea. This was not just me and that's not negligent homicide. That's two kids in love. Stupid is what it comes down to. Europe pleaded not guilty dug in his heels. Here's his defense attorney. We Check Watson. The word homicide was extremely problematic for yard. I mean he he he takes responsibility built for the fact that that he screwed up landing the airplane and he takes responsibility for the fact that he shouldn't have left. But I guarantee you that he hasn't gotten over her death to this day. Do you see this as a Romeo and Juliet Story. There's an element of that. In the case these are two young people who thought they were star-crossed and decided to take their future into their own hands exactly said the sheriff and prosecutor it was so determined it was homicide but it wasn't anything like that and he clammed up. Let the lawyers do the talking waited for the consequences now. Sitting here with US years later level is finally ready to give his account in public for the first time of where they're crazy idea came came from and what happened when it all went wrong year goes. Yeah we just too crazy kids and love. And there's there's some barriers. I guess in a relationship that we saw that that's going to be difficult to overcome wind up watching this movie called Tarzan. Da Ban and also apocalypse now. So we came up with this crazy plan to open in Libya jungle survival. Survive off the land. That's it has nuts. He God did not. Where did you plan to end up? South America has without a hitch down. There hitchhike taking buses. Yeah back ACTON. Borders were not a strict and so where would you pass the Canadian. US border by that time. So it's just a matter. US Mexico border. In onwards the idea of ditching a plane came to taking flying lessons. They land on water and get out before. The plane sank sank. The take the bags in the dinghy. Get in a row to shore a plane sinks and and nobody knows any better but as they were getting ready to go that summer of eighty two there was a hitch. Diane got pregnant happened so we ended up She went to a doctor and then boarded the baby. It was a few days before. Actually we took off so ask that we actually went to the theater tonight before and I said how how you feeling stuff finishes them one hundred ten percent. Good to go so on Sunday August. Twenty Second Nineteen eighty-two went to the Vancouver Airport rented that Cessna Snow One fifty and full of excitement flu Easter penticton where they hung around all afternoon and then fooled people a bit when they flew north before before turning around to head South East in Montana. How did you prepare for landing on the lake? The two of you cough. We ended up switching on a close to swim. Close redistribute everything to two bags three hours later. They were flying on fumes as they descended the Senate and the near dark toward the shimmering surface of little bitter Root Lake at. You're coming in for landing. It must've been pretty nervous. Sure nobody he practices to landing on water on a fixed aircraft. He slowed to stall speed. He took off his seat belt. Figured his grip on the controls would hold them in place. Diane kept her seat belt fastened lap belt and shoulder harness. Then when this wheels hit that that the water was like hitting a cement wall and suddenly you're at some cold water cold water and I remember tasting blood and so it was blowing my nose blood in your mouth. I'll tell you the pitch black as worse even the water some spinning around trying to Orient Myself once I stabilize a cumulus surface. I yelled out. You Know Dan where are you okay and from there she she said Yeah. I just can't get my seat belt off left. Probably didn't save quite so calmly. No she was actually. It was fairly calm. I believe desperately. He said he tried to get to her unaware that when the plane hit the water as shown in his animation it slipped so he ended up behind the airplane and when he struggled through the water to what he thought was the passenger door. We're Diane was. He was actually on the wrong side across the plane from where Diane was hanging upside down trapped in her lap seat belt but time I got to the door in God to try to open it and when it did open and the water started rushing into plane was almost completely broken windshield and the side door windows. I'm lane lean coffee and a water halfway on the wing with my arm trying to open the door open and try to reach into get Diane and then all of a sudden the plane just submerges Bluewater. That's how it ended. The plane did not float. It sank in mere seconds. Dan couldn't get out of her seatbelt. He said and he couldn't help her. Because there simply wasn't time fifteen twenty seconds the plane was went down. He is last glimpse. Diane was not that haunting image of her hair in the airplanes door. No one knows how that happened. No the last he saw Diane and you said the site he cannot stop. See his diane trapped in her seat belt upside down and sinking and calling out for him to save her. What was that like horrifying? It was watching good down there with her. It was twenty seconds before were the two most happiest people pull in the world and and my laugh was torn to pieces. That moment. You know we never never ever anticipated something like this. What did you do right ten? When that plane went down hoping somehow she would be able to get that seat built up some women around just to see if I can official pop up somewhere that she? She put off Chemo but she did not know he said the only thing that floated up was that one Duffel bag the one continues continues close and the twenty two hundred dollars saved for the trip. A fact pointed to by many law officers as suspicious they would save and why did he only get his clothes and the money and let her clothes go sinking down to the bottom of the lake. Just random look officers officers will say there's no accident in life. Things are either on purpose or they don't have you know people always speculate but it was just a random the by chance speculate. That's what people did all right that a man who truly love term might have tried harder might have sacrificed afterwards. This became a problem for some of the people who are looking into the incident because numbers of them. Say God that was me. I would have done anything. I would have drowned if I had I would get into. That plane. Would've got her out of there. I would have saved her somehow even if I died in the process you do. That is do that when you eh couch with a cup of coffee but not so easy when you're fifteen twenty seconds and the plane is thinking in front of you can open the door when you in the door. Two planes almost completely underwater and I don't visualize them picture what this was and how quickly does happen but to go over. Then he said was overwhelming numbing shock my limbs were starting at Phnom could barely do the paddling to in order to stay afloat so I ended up. We'll take that one back peddling docu style and got it's a short and spent the next few days and and shock in shock. He ran he said head around the country for weeks New York City and finally to Dallas. We're turning himself in. Seem like very that idea. Does that sound like Romeo and Juliet or something else. Altogether coming up justice delayed or justice denied. This is one of those kind of cases where really you're the only person on the planet who knows the truth when dateline continues.

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"bell montana" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"bell montana" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Mustard? What about ketchup? I'll say the word I'll say the word the, the c word or the keyword word whatever you wanna call it. But these were subjects that are going to be coming up at your life, real fast. So let's get it out of the way, dow- dawn, and callous, bell Montana. Hi there. No. I'm I state or him. I like what they call the ten second in on each side on the plate. Ted seconds. No sauce of any kind on it. You can do that at home. If you want. Ever do it out. I don't think. Yeah. How do you how do you feel about mustard versus ketchup? Catch up at all. But I you're there you go. I knew that we'd find some and the dawn is our first what did I do you, do you look down on people like me, you know, I my hotdogs, I put on onion chopped onions and ketchup does that make me a philistine? To catch it. Fair enough. Okay. Thank you very much, dawn would would pass, maybe a cigarette lighter within the general vicinity of her stake. Okay. What eight six six five O, JIMBO is the go to sue in Toledo, Oregon? Hello, sue. Hi, jimbo. Hey, thanks for taking my call. Sure. My rule of thumb is when I go to a restaurant, I usually order, medium rare because I usually have leftovers and I can always reheat and make it more done. But it either comes out medium, or medium rare or rare, and I can go with that. I'm not really a well done person, and for softening, I don't really saw at restaurants, but I'm a giver, and I do like little catch up on the side. Today. There you go. Here we have we have a catch on the side person. Very good. I feel much better. Now that I've got I've got a fellow ketchup person listening tonight. Thank you, sue. All right. One eight six six five zero JIMBO one eight six six five zero five four six two six. And now we switched down to dothan Alabama and Carl is up tonight. Hello, carl. Hey, jim. I got an idea that the well done people kind of live in the south. And the reason I say that is, I'm in south Alabama where the asphalt tomorrow. It's going to be a heat index. One opas. You're looking at a hundred and twenty on the black asphalt. I don't hit my plate looks road, kale. Now, that's just the opposite of what our first caller that caller, and I, I was going to tend to agree about. But maybe, maybe you're right. Or maybe it's, it's more regional just just the south. Maybe it's parts of the south that they thought that the Senator was to do it. Well done. Sheared on both sides, gray crunch, like bacon. Hugh sauces, so popular down south because the meets well done in dry. Well, that's true. Now. That's one thing about sauce, it'll it'll it'll re moist and the meat that that's true. Although I'm sure there are those who would say about not enough, but all right. There you go. That's Carl's take on it. See what I'm talking about folks here. You just never know when you have people over the, the, the question. How do you want your steak you're gonna get a lot of answers, folks? Now, this is Jim in Pittsburgh on the Bohannon show. Hi. Yeah, yeah, thanks for taking my call. I used to cook in a better steak off. And we had a couple of it will come in every week and order their stakes. Well done, which cut a bother me because they don't have that play her that medium rare. But I told the waitress a sheriff Pistilli turtle lights, we had red candles on everything. And then I gave it to me. Where they loved it. They said it was the best thing they ever eight but they didn't realize it was me rare was well done. I can eat steaks wall if I know where the meat's coming from. I know it's good quality. I can just stay tar tar so, so the, the lady who called in the said she just ten seconds on a side for you. That's over cooking. Stay came from when I'm in the restaurant, we'll now that's true. With handled you understand what I'm saying? Absolutely, I'd say, hear exactly what you're saying. That's. Very. On the outside. Yeah. That's, that's a very good consideration. Again, if you don't know that much about where the stakes they came from you might do more cooking than let's say you're tastes would ordinarily dictate. All right point, well taken and we got done in the herbison Oregon now. Hello, don. Bobo heaven. Thank you for having me on. Yes, sir. As Larry King would say back when you call it him way back. This is my first time calling in. Yeah. That's, that's right. He did refer to me as Jim Bobo Bohannon, you are quite correct. Yeah. Yeah. Anyway, I grew up, like was telling screener, a me cook, because that's the only way I knew. And as I got older and around friends, and everything going to restaurants getting around, and they, they preferred their me, medium rare or even more. And so I and we, we never cooked outside back, you know, back then. But sure, but when I tried it, I was trial and error, and everything. And I finally got to the liking word. That was a medium rare for steaks hamburgers. Well, you know, a little more cook, I you know, as long as it's juicy it's it, it's fine. I went to one particular restaurant they happen to be a chain. Not even high in and that's state was so good no sauce. That's how good it was. And then I went to another restaurant where I ask. For a sauce and she stopped what she was doing is there's something wrong with that state. People will take it personally. You're right. And I know I know he's sparring. But I just watch them. I just wanted Apodaca stake. I wanted the sauce on it. And so, yeah, that's, that's my take on it. Yeah. Thank you. I thank you for your thoughts, and now it to Atlantic Iowa, where Mark joins us alot Mark will start your call might into past the break. Go ahead. Okay. Hi, jim. Thanks for taking my call. My mother when I grew up with always burn. I mean it had to be almost cinder all of our steaks and all were hot dog. Now, she's still eat your hot dogs that way. But I've been cooking for the last thirty years has finally convinced her to try, medium, rare prime rib, and she likes it that way. So she will leader stakes now meet him to medium rare. Wow. So you've you've been able to educate her. Yes. But I mean being in a steakhouse, you have horrible stories. Sometimes we had one couple, or their stakes medium, well, they sent him back. They weren't done enough. The head cook through them in the fire five minutes sent him back still weren't done. Took the tongs grabbed a steak and above where the vents are the grease trap their own. Hold on. I want to hear the rest of this. We're coming up on a break here. Stay on the line. We got to hear the end of this back in a minute. KLIF. This is dumb. Republic.

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"bell montana" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"bell montana" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Ketchup? I'll say the word I'll say the word the, the c word or the K word whatever you wanna call it. But these were subjects that are going to be coming up in your life real fast. So let's get it out of the way, dow- dawn, and callous, bell Montana. Hi there. No, I'm either state or him. I like what they call a ten second in on each side. Good seconds. No saucer, anytime, and you can do that at home. If you want. Never do it out. I don't think. Yeah. How do you how do you feel about mustard versus ketchup? Ketchup it all your. There you go. I knew that we'd find some at the dawn is our first one tonight. Do you, do you look down on people like me, you know, I my hotdogs, I put on onion chopped onions and ketchup. Does that make me? Philistine. The catch. Fair enough. Okay. Thank you very much, dawn would would pass, maybe a cigarette lighter within the general vicinity of her stake. Okay. One eight six six five zero JIMBO as the go to sue in Toledo Oregon, Hello, sue. Hi, jimbo. Hey, thanks for taking my call. Sure. My rule of thumb is when I go to a restaurant, I usually order, medium rare because I usually have leftovers and I can always reheat in make it more done. But it either comes out medium, or medium rare or rare, and I can go with that. I'm not really a well done person and for saucy-looking I don't really saw at restaurants, but I'm a gipper and I do like a little catch up on the side. Today. There you go. Here we have we have a catch up on the side person. Very good. I feel much better. Now that I've got I've got a fellow catcher person listening tonight. Thank you. Sue. All right, one eight six six five zero JIMBO one eight six six five zero five four six two six. And now we switched down to delta Alabama and Carl is up tonight. Hello, carl. Hey, jim. Paul Indo thing. I got an idea that the well done people can live in south. And the reason I say that is, I'm in south Alabama where the asphalt tomorrow. It's going to be a heat index one. Oh, five. So you're looking at a hundred and twenty on the black asphalt hitting my plate, looks road, kale. Now, that's just the opposite of what our first call us of the, the that caller, and I, I was gonna tend to agree about. But the maybe maybe you're right. Or maybe it's, it's more regional just just the south, maybe it's parts of the south that they thought that the Senator was to. To do it. Well done. Sides gray in a middle crunch, like bacon? Sauces, so popular down south because the meets well done in dry. Well, that's true. Now. That's one thing about sauce it'll it'll, it'll re moisten the meat that that's true. Although I'm sure there are those who would say, not, not enough, but all right. There you go. That's Carl's take on. See what I'm talking about folks here. You never know when you have people over the, the, the question, how do you want your state? You're gonna get a lot of answers, folks. Now, this is Jim in Pittsburgh on the Bohannon show. Hi. Yeah, yeah, thanks for taking my call. I used to cook in a better steak us. And we had a couple come in every week and order their stakes well done, which kind of agree because they don't have play her that the medium rare out. But I told the waitress Assira Pistilli turn to light stop. We had red candles on everything. And then I gave it to me. Mayor. They loved it. They said it was the best thing they ever eight. But they didn't realize it was a rare was a while done. I can eat much stakes were off if I know where the meat's coming from. I know it's good quality. I can just stay tar tar so, so the, the lady who called in the set she does ten seconds on the side for you. That's over cooking. Nowhere that stay came from when I'm in the restaurant we'll now that's true was handled understand what I'm saying. Absolutely. I hear exactly what you're saying. That's very kill the germs on the outside. Yeah. That's, that's a very good consideration. Again, if you don't know that much about where the stakes they came from you might do more cooking than let's say your tastes would ordinarily dictate. All right point. Well taken and we got Don in the Hermansen Oregon now. Hello, don. Mobile heaven, take you for having me are, yes, sir, as Larry King would say back when you call it him way back. This is my first time calling in. Yeah. That's, that's right. He did refer to me as Jim Bobo Bohannon, you are quite correct. Yep. Anyway, I grew up like screener of me cook, because that's the only way I knew. And as I got older and around friends, and everything going to restaurants getting around, and they, they preferred their meet a medium rare or even more. And so I and we, we never cooked outside back, you know, back then. But sure, but when I tried it, I was trial and error, and everything. And I, I finally got to the liking where there was medium, rare for steaks hamburgers. Well, you know, a little more cook, you know as long as juicy if it, it's fine. I went to one particular restaurant happen to be a chain. Not even high in and that's they was so good. No sauce. That's how good it was. And then I went to another restaurant, but I asked for a sauce and she thought what she was doing that is, there's something wrong with that stay. People will take it personally. You're right. And I know I know he's a steak sparring but I just watch. I just wanted that particular steak, one of the sauce on it. And so, yeah, that's, that's my take on it. Yeah. Thank you. I thank you for your thoughts and now to Atlantic Iowa where marks joins us alot Mark will start your call might ended past break. Go ahead. Okay. Hi, jim. Thanks for taking my call. My mother when I grew up with always burn. I mean, it would have to be almost a cinder Oliver steaks and all were hot dog. Now, she's still eat your hot dogs that way. But I've been cooking for the last thirty years has finally convinced her to try, medium, rare prime rib, and she likes it that way. So she will leader stakes now, medium to medium rare. Wow. So you've you've been able to educate her. Yes. But I mean being in a steakhouse, you have horrible stories. Sometimes we had one couple, or their stakes medium, well, they sent him back. They weren't done enough. The head cook through them in the fire for five minutes sent him back still weren't done. He took the tongs grabbed a steak and a. Were the vents are all the grease trap their own, hold on. I want to hear the rest of this. We're coming up on a break here. Stay on the line. We got to hear the end of this back in a minute. News, weather, traffic and business every day on NewsRadio Katie Kate drew here in first nutrition is important..

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"bell montana" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"bell montana" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"This is departure from my usual rhetoric, but how cage. Over. The land might feel in between. Yeah. But I really would just as soon not actually kill these people. I just don't want him coming in the there's a massive PR problem associated with that. I have no problem with using lethal force. If somebody gets passed a barrier, for example, and we'll we'll not stop for for. But it it creates a too much of a problem. I would rather just have it physical barrier that actually stops these people from getting not interested in turning this into an entertaining sport to watch people get blown up or shot. I just don't think that that's a wise course of action dawn and callous bell, Montana. Hello. You brought it up to a minute ago on why not always drugs it come through like El Chapo assets. I in favor of that. And I know that the previous caller, and and you and Senator Ted Cruz who course has a lot more say so about this and the rest of us, but I think it's a wonderful idea or all of them take your assets. And so so beautifully ironic. So deliciously ironic that you wouldn't even have to have Mexico pay for the border while you could have the ex drug cartels paying for the border wall. Yeah. So they take their taking take all their assets. Every bit of it. I have no problem with that whatsoever. Done. And I thank you for your thoughts. I think it's worthwhile Wanda in hopkinsville Kentucky. Hello. Yes. I just want to know what all the Durham busted. They haven't and all the money that they confiscate. Why don't they? Jurors now job which what what I missed part of what you were saying what kind of money. From the. Exactly. In other words, you agree with the previous caller. Yes. The skated assets. All that money. Go onto that. Well, I honestly don't know what is done with it other than I suppose being placed into the the the national treasury. But again, I'll put you down as in agreement with our other callers. Yes, use that money Ivan favor of that. But if the president can get let's say one point four billion here a declare a national emergency at get another couple of billion maybe there and then use the the forfeited assets of the drug dealers. Now, you're talking about a total that would probably be seven or eight billion dollars, which would be a nice down payment on genuine border security. So yeah, I agree with all of you. This is Victoria in Burlington, Vermont good evening, Victoria. Are you there, Victoria? Well, we don't seem to have Victoria handy. So we'll take a quick break and be back in just a moment. Technology truths..

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"bell montana" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"bell montana" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

"I'm like fairs Buehler. Buehler day off. I mean, I I myself in the cold do as much as I can in in whatever time I have. Okay, I loved also, I loved Australia. But but but the, but the, but like the outback not the city's, but you know, the sticks and and the wine country in Australia. So you know, 'cause they're international cities. National City, whether it's perf Hong Kong, New York. You know, they're all they're all their own stay or Paris, whatever they're all the pre could say, but you know, those two let me think about that. Oh, I love Croatia to. Yeah. That's great call. Yeah. Like Dubrovnik area, and and split most are split squirt. Those are really beautiful too blew my mind. I mean that was something else. They history. It's so fascinating out there too. And one of the, unfortunately, I think in the last couple well, maybe several years. It's it's been on the sort of easy jet root for Europe. So it's gotten a bit more developed used to be completely untouched. But still, you know for an American traveler, get means, there's just a lot more things accessible and makes it a little bit more American friendly. I guess so. Ninety six nobody was there is the best time. Yeah. I I gosh. I don't think I was there much longer after you. So. But I've seen I've Croatian friends bizarrely on the Croatian Olympic rowing team. So anyway, so I I hear about this sort of changes, they they moan about it. But you know, it's great for people who are traveling who aren't used to traveling to other foreign cultures gives them a little bit of familiarity. Guess how about you mentioned the spectacular beauty of nature. Are there three top spots that you would recommend? We have a lot a lot of listeners very passionate about the outdoors. So who better really to get hit from you've been everywhere. Well, the cool thing about I mean. We live in a country where the major so diverse, you know, whether you go into northwest northeast southwest or south east. It's so diverse. There's so much to see you, you, you you you can't see it all, you know, and they're spectacular areas country like. Place like, you know, callous bell, Montana or Custer, South Dakota, or, you know, north the the mountain lemon north of Tucson in Arizona, or you know, there's there's so much of a hero. The woods main the smokies in North Carolina, Tennessee, it's all spectacular Everglades. It's all spectacular, you know, up. So I I can't I can't get enough of it..

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"bell montana" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"bell montana" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie

"I'm like fairs Buehler. Buehler day off. I mean, I I myself in the cold do as much as I can in in whatever time I have. Okay, I loved also, I loved Australia. But but but the, but the, but like the outback not the city's, but you know, the sticks and and the wine country in Australia. So you know, 'cause they're international cities. National City, whether it's perf Hong Kong, New York. You know, they're all they're all their own stay or Paris, whatever they're all the pre could say, but you know, those two let me think about that. Oh, I love Croatia to. Yeah. That's great call. Yeah. Like Dubrovnik area, and and split most are split squirt. Those are really beautiful too blew my mind. I mean that was something else. They history. It's so fascinating out there too. And one of the, unfortunately, I think in the last couple well, maybe several years. It's it's been on the sort of easy jet root for Europe. So it's gotten a bit more developed used to be completely untouched. But still, you know for an American traveler, get means, there's just a lot more things accessible and makes it a little bit more American friendly. I guess so. Ninety six nobody was there is the best time. Yeah. I I gosh. I don't think I was there much longer after you. So. But I've seen I've Croatian friends bizarrely on the Croatian Olympic rowing team. So anyway, so I I hear about this sort of changes, they they moan about it. But you know, it's great for people who are traveling who aren't used to traveling to other foreign cultures gives them a little bit of familiarity. Guess how about you mentioned the spectacular beauty of nature. Are there three top spots that you would recommend? We have a lot a lot of listeners very passionate about the outdoors. So who better really to get hit from you've been everywhere. Well, the cool thing about I mean. We live in a country where the major so diverse, you know, whether you go into northwest northeast southwest or south east. It's so diverse. There's so much to see you, you, you you you can't see it all, you know, and they're spectacular areas country like. Place like, you know, callous bell, Montana or Custer, South Dakota, or, you know, north the the mountain lemon north of Tucson in Arizona, or you know, there's there's so much of a hero. The woods main the smokies in North Carolina, Tennessee, it's all spectacular Everglades. It's all spectacular, you know, up. So I I can't I can't get enough of it..

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"bell montana" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"bell montana" Discussed on WGN Radio

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"bell montana" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"bell montana" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Doing good. Good. I just wanted to let you know how great you guys are just I've only been watching about three weeks and I've been and I was on. I've been watching box and I watch. I never watched CNN and. But I just wanted to let you know. Was whipping through the channels one day and the blaze came up and I didn't even know our TV cable even had it and got on. And I've been watching you. You come on at a good time because you come on, I get up. And you, you guys are the greatest. I really, really appreciate the the, the content that you guys have and everything, and it's refreshing to have a different view of things, and I just wanted to call let you know how great that are like your show. Well, appreciate it very much. When we're glad you found us. Thanks for the Ken. Yep. I understand. You're from Montana. I am. Yep. Yeah, I'm from Callow spell. Oh, wow. That's beautiful territory. Yeah, my dad, my dad was born and raised there. I was. I was born and left when I was about six, seven years old. And now where in California do you live? Oh God. Anyway. I hate California, but anyway, I live in northern California which is actually outside of Sacramento going east to like if I was going to go to Reno. Okay. Well, the call thanks far cry from Callus bell Montana to to the bay area of California big difference. In theory, what's what's the crime rate differential between Cal spell and Helena, though? It's humongous. Yeah, cal- calm those no crime in in callous bell. And of course being streets, you know, the death. Destruction that happened there so we won't even get into it because it just brings back. Since me to the UCS to start crying I might. I might as possible tearful day for pet. Yeah, it's frightening stuff, triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three all right, we have. I think we have an old of Beto who's talking about this is an old clip. I don't know of in the last three or four or five, six months of like that where he's talking about the the assault weapon ban now I don't. I don't know where I saw the other thing. It must have been a fever dream because it seemed like it was just yesterday and we can't find it. Wait a minute. You're having dreams about bettle Rourke. Apparently. Yes. Apparently in the world, crappy -treme saying it's a good dream just saying it must have been one because I can get find it. Tell me he's not a sitting Senator in that dream. No, he's not. No? Okay. So here he is talking about an assault weapons ban. This guy's trying to win election in Texas. How is this possible check this out? That we should raise the age for buying a York fifteen hundred something we should be selling a or fifteen in this country that weapon designed one purchase and one purpose only people as efficiently as possible, no field. It has no place in our streets in our schools are concerts and our movie theaters. We should not be selling that two civilians and in terms of arming teachers, I've been listening to teachers in Texas and they won't have the Okasan teaching the kids in their classrooms, not carrying weapons. When police officers a thirty, one percent hit rate, meaning that sixty nine percent of the time, they don't hit their intended target. Those teachers telling me they're not sure that they're going to be able to be that much more accurate or successful schools, making sure that all jurors are long than locked from the inside restricting entrance and exit. All those things make a lot more sense in addition to a lot more getting smart on gun safety, universal background. Okay. We, we Berkeley have universal background checks. I mean, I'm so tired of hearing them babble that same nonsense and it's it's only design is for the most effective efficient. Killing of people ask anybody who uses the air fifteen. That's just not true. It's just it's not the case. He doesn't doesn't know what he's talking about again. How can this guy be within thirty points of Ted Cruz? I don't understand it. A series is because young. And he's got a pretend Hispanic name. What is it about this guy?.

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"bell montana" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"bell montana" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"The land of big sky country with jim bohannon on the offbeat thanks to scott fredricks of k y y a radio we've learned about the high tech callous bel creamery of callous bell montana telemetric tags the measure the activity of a cow based on their movements temperature and whole sensor suite and then that that information is in sent me a radio frequency over just a regular network to computers that analyze it information remarkable it's a pretty sophisticated sensor system that just goes in the ear jared tuck is president of telus bell creamer heat wave four hundred twenty five kegs that are tracking so not all of our cows are tagged all the cows that are breeding age and in our milking string are tagged and to help in this digital dairy endeavor we have routers then in what we call points you know places where the cows are going to pass you know so like by water tanks and that sort of thing and then the routers the thing that handles identifying which tag it's talking to and making sure the right information gets the right cow information such as they know when when she's eating and when she's laying down when she's chewing their cud all the cows census data is to holland for analysis after algorithms crunch the data for a while then we see hey look at this how she's in heat or hey look at this cow she hasn't been ruminating as long as the others ruminating refers to the bovine dining habit of bring it up chew it up again and swallow it back down five callous bill creamery online website is council creamery dot com www dot callous bill creamery dot com that's creamery.

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"bell montana" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"bell montana" Discussed on WCHS

"Of federal affairs of the foundation for government accountability and as we go back to the calls here i would note that we are talking about i gather hearings that are taking place before the house committee on oversight and government reform is that correct right earlier today my colleague testify for the house committees in congress about some of the bad behavior we've seen out of state government and trying to undo the welfare reform that came out of the nineteen ninety six at deals that were by partisan between democrats and the republicans and it a really important job in terms of highlighting the abuses showing what's wrong with the program and that all feeds into the other conversation that's happening right now on the hill in washington dc which is how can we reset the table with the farm bill and make sure that some of these problems get addressed going forward all right we go to a call from dodd in callous bell montana don and good evening welcome to the jim bohannon show with our guest christina rasmusen taking my call why i wonder why they don't count on earned income i know two people one that two hundred and fifty thousand dollar settlement and still gets food stamps because it's fun earned the the one you know she's got a house was given your grandparents died got a house cars trucks everything and she still gets food stamps although she has not only pays water sewer garbage do tv very well why do they not count on earned income win win win a figuring out the the qualification for the food stamp program stamp.

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"bell montana" Discussed on The RV Podcast

The RV Podcast

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"bell montana" Discussed on The RV Podcast

"Okay fine but then to not let him book one night to say you have to book three because it's a holiday weekend that that's just yeah yeah not too far yeah so you don't just let everybody know the name of that camp ground and that and just in d ruthless about it go everywhere you can't and shame him hey sponsoring this part of the podcast it's van city rv aurigny the largest inventory of clasby rv's with locations in saint louis missouri las vegas nevada callous bell montana and now colorado springs colorado the american dream which is you know going out there and experiencing the land living on the land camping out under the open stars this is what van said he's all about they've been doing that since one thousand nine hundred seventy delivering that dream to families across the country jennifer and i have visited van city rv we've met the staff we've heard from many of our listeners over the years who have described their experience with fan city rv with phrases like they treated us like royalty all four van city rv's have a by and fly program when you fly into purchase your rv they give you five star treatment tra station the airport then they reimburse you up to five hundred dollars towards your airfare and your new rv is fully prepped for travel complete with full tanks of fuel and propane give you a complete orientation but here's what they do even above and beyond that they set you up for two nights of camping nearby completely set up at a park just like a veteran rv'er and then you get to get acquainted with your new rv and if you have any questions van city are v will be right there to answer them in person or by phone first class service always van city rv here's our buddy dan the van man with what's going on this week.

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"bell montana" Discussed on The RV Podcast

The RV Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bell montana" Discussed on The RV Podcast

"Our our weekly newsletter it comes out every monday morning and its got links to rv stories and it's got tips and information that that you'll have kind of a digest of all the stuff that goes on every week that we report on the blog or on the podcast or social media so i think he's about twenty almost twenty five thousand people subscribe and and it's free and you can you can do it too but i can't sign you up and you got to do it yourself and road trekking dot com or i'll put a direct link to our archives so you can check out some of the previous newsletters and make sure that's what you want to get and then you just fill in a little form on the lower left hand side hey sponsoring this bar the podcast van city rv dan city rv now come some four different locations around the country all of them specializing in class b rv's saint louis missouri las vegas nevada callous bell montana and colorado springs colorado van city are has been all about the american dream live rich and full on traveling across the land they've been doing that since nineteen seventy jennifer and i have visited van city rv we've met the staff we've heard from many many of our listeners over the years who are loyal customers they described their experience with van city with phrases like we were treated like royalty and awesome service all four van city rv's have a by and fly program will you fly into purchase your new rv from van city they give you five star transportation from the airport and then five hundred dollars towards your airfare and then you new rv is fully prepped and ready for you to go but hughes what else they do after they give you this complete three sixty orientation you get delivery and then they set you up with two nights of camping completely set up at a park nearby just like a veteran are veer and then if you have any questions which you will van city rv's right there to answer in.

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"bell montana" Discussed on The RV Podcast

The RV Podcast

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"bell montana" Discussed on The RV Podcast

"She is all about public ask eck excess and the neat thing is is have a very liberal boondock in policy in oregon and they have a number of different parking areas like the one at cooked chasm that you can just pull off and stay and you can stay for twelve hours at any spot that is not otherwise posted as long as it's outside a state park so cook's chasm is jennifer is jennifer said it is one of those it's a parking area olah flows to the ocean are all up and down the coast there and at cook's chasm the lavaux has been eroded by wave action so there's all these little caves and chasms and the waves really boom and they spout out the blowholes when the surf's up and the ties right so check it out but i don't know you know it's a first come you can't get a reservation for that so it's a well it's a large parking area on the ocean side of the highway overlooking something called thors well you'll find it but again that's about two three miles south of your hots oregon and good luck to it it's going to be a kinda hard hard to find a spot on memorial day weekend and maybe that little parking area will be empty if you get there early enough you know maybe you know i would guess a good time to get there is about ten or eleven because the people who have overnight it'd be before we'll have had to leave because you can only stay twelve hours so get there about nine ten eleven and hang out and wait for somebody to leave and grab that spot and you got it for the next twelve so good luck on that sponsoring this part of the podcast is van city rv were you'll find the largest inventory of class b rv's with locations in saint louis missouri las vegas nevada callous bell montana and now colorado springs colorado van cities all about the american dream live in rich and full on the land and since nineteen seventy they have been delivering that dream to families across the nation jennifer and i have visited van city rv we've met the staff we've heard from many of our listeners who say they were just treated like roy.

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"bell montana" Discussed on The RV Podcast

The RV Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"bell montana" Discussed on The RV Podcast

"Blet your smartphone and we'll be able to use your voice to ask your question sponsoring our questions to the week is fan city r v van city are the largest inventory of class b our visa that's all they specialize in with locations and saint louis missouri las vegas nevada callous bell montana and colorado springs colorado they've been all about that american dream of getting out there and traveling the land they've been doing that since nineteen seventy delivering that dream to families across the nation jennifer and i have visited van city rv we've met the staff and our listeners and our blog followers and social media friends they they've they've told us over and over again how happy they are and how great their experience has been within city are they use words like they treat us like royalty awesome service honest people forthright helpful all of the van city are vs all four of them have a buying fly program when you fly into purchase your new rv you get five star treatment transportation from the airport five hundred bucks towards your airfare then you knew rv is fully prep for travel they give you complete orientational but here's but they do then and this is such a great idea they set you up for two nights of camping somewhere nearby you're completely set up at the park just like a veteran are veer and then if you have any questions their rate there to answer them in person or by phone so you can get all the questions and get from ilya with your brand new rv first class service here's dan the van man with what's happening this week.

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"bell montana" Discussed on The RV Podcast

The RV Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bell montana" Discussed on The RV Podcast

"I have certainly learned a lot from you and jennifer about road track can would enjoy all the pearls of wisdom is in the ah information you give so keeping comment uh we'll mike that is why we stopped using that we had a stowaway carrier and then the one the video you saw in our youtube channel was another one a much more deluxe one that we were checking out even had a couple of bike wrecks on the top of it and that was i think our pet peeve visit it disabled uh the the side warning system in it always seemed to think there was a car right behind this or on our sights i love the blinds bought warning system that is a big sacrifice for me to give that up and the assent alley say we need to pack a little tighter yep and we can't we have that extra room in the uh xl the cs evancho's xl so so we do not use one of those cargo boxes we have tried to of them and for the very reason that uh uh the um you know they ill nate that blindspot warning system which we think is a pretty important safety feature so that is why we have stopped using them and their great boxes if you really need to carry it uh but in our case we think that the safety feature is much more important hey if that as any helped you would love to hear from you you can use the league voicemail message out our road trekking dot com blog and leave your questions and we'll try and answer them in future episodes of the podcast sponsoring this part of the podcast is van city rv bring you the largest inventory of class bees from locations in st louis missouri las vegas nevada kallas bell montana and colorado springs colorado they are about getting you out there in enjoying the road and the land in seeing this great continent since nineteen seventy that's what van city rv has been all about uh jennifer and i have visited these these guys it we are very impressed with van city rv we've met their staff.

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"bell montana" Discussed on PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"bell montana" Discussed on PBS NewsHour

"Fifty percent of healthcare spending in the us can be traced to just five percent of the population those are the sickest and office poorest americans who spend much of their time cycling in and out of costly emergency care while congressional leaders square off toward a vote next week on the future of the healthcare law there are pilot projects on the ground that are focused on how to improve treating this group of patients and also to save money that is even the case in remote areas special correspondent jackie judd has our report from kallas bell montana girl not so long ago she ran green and her beloved dogs were living in a car in downtown callous bell montana and routinely heading to the local emergency room because of chronic lung disease and the need for an electrical outlet i was there like clockwork every day sometimes being treated sometimes have having the charge up by oxygen machine which i used because i had no electricity sometimes just getting out of the cold it is this cycle of patients going in and out of the hospital at great cost with not much benefit that the group around this table is trying to break how can we avoid some of these emergency room visits that really are not necessary these are the pilot program funded by the federal government and foundation began late last year in callous spell buildings and helen up how are you tired healthcare players already in the community now team up in a very deliberate way to identify high needs patients near and to go well beyond the traditional bounds of medical care do you think you can find housing that'll take your sex neighbout her are laura shatt wake directs the montana program some of the themes a really rest asocial determinants have health.

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