19 Burst results for "Bob Hansen"

"bob hansen" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

07:11 min | 3 months ago

"bob hansen" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"He sees it. Come up it's just like developing photograph. So he can see the messages all in Russian. He can't read it but he can see it and he goes to pull it out of the liquid and the letters just float off the page and dissolve and it was a nightmare because this particular message was so important this manages come into country and it was the one chance and we meet him or not. Is he going to meet with US or not? There's a lot of agents you meet them outside of the country and they're like Oh sure yes. I'll work for you I would do. This is not a problem and when they get back to Russia and they around they go well. I don't know this look pretty dangerous. So we're we're never really sure if they're gonNA show up once. They return to their country but his message. They worked night and day to develop that message. They used photography. They pulled out all the old writing in his file compared it to little shreds that were left and put together a what they thought was a message but still in Russian. It was my husband working on this so he didn't know what it said. He didn't even said anything. If these were really letters and the chief of station came in leaned over and locked in it said I will meet you and it was. You know. Big Cheers all around. He was gonNA make that meeting. He was going to work with US and he turned out to be. That was the agent that bit down on. The lethal pill eventually killed himself but in between the letter and the lethal pill gave some amazing amazing intelligence. I can only imagine just the level of risk. You wouldn't do it for money you'd Think Anyway. I guess some people do but there's just seems like there has to be more to it and even when people betray their country like when we look at some of the leaks from the United States when they finally do get caught and go to prison. It's almost always like revenge. Ego Vanity rarely is it just purely financial motivated. There's always Ego In there somewhere one way or another. It's always part of it alre ashamed. When he betrayed the United States it was mostly money Bob Hansen when he retrieved United States was mostly Eagle and these Russians. When they they come out the come up to us for ideological reasons but then when you talk to them for a while. Stalin like I said stolen always comes up. There's a history always. I don't think there was anyone in Russia that wasn't touched by Stalin whose family wasn't touched by Stalin. And it's a mark that another it'll ever go away it's like it's like the. Holocaust people now are still alive. But there's GonNa be people who've never met. The people that went through that that are going to have that. Imprinted becomes part of the family legacy in history that gets passed all the way down like. Where did we come from? Oh we don't know because Stalin murdered everyone in our family and then moved us to the middle of nowhere and here we are. And that's where grandma and Grandpa were born like that kind of thing. I heard that you used to use handwriting analysis. Is that even real? It sounds like such pseudoscientific Baloney honestly because we use it as pseudoscientific Baloney here in the states. It's got a long history in Europe. It respected I years and years ago when I first went to Europe before I even knew what was that it existed. I was working for Chase Bank in Frankfurt and as part of my application I gave them a page of handwriting. It was part of the process. Our handwriting analysis was put together by a European woman who was very well respected in Europe. There's nothing casual about. Her approach was a series of measurements. It was very scientific approach. We used it extensively with our agents. We would have them write some their messages. We would send them for analysis. This was all in a computer to this. Wasn't really eyeballing it so much as you were using the computer but we would discover that people were sick we would discover the people relying I mean. That was our first indication. And then you go explore that and find out. Oh yeah they are sick. Oh yeah they are lying. We discovered that combining handwriting analysis and polygraph and there was a personality sort of tests that we will give psychological assessment test. We will give to our agents and if you had those three pieces of information you had a pretty good handle on who you're dealing with very useful with. This has been very enlightening and I'm very thankful for your time. There's one last little bit. Nobody can really settle this and I don't even know if we'll get an answer today but I was talking with a friend who is also really interested in espionage and things like that he'd said well you know I heard that since there were so many leaks back and forth between the CIA and the KGB. Everything just kind of evened out so maybe the whole thing was awash which. I think is kind of ridiculous. His argument was there's no point in even doing it because everything even now but obviously if one side is doing it the other side's not then that wouldn't end up like that. But what do you think from being on the inside? Are you able to sort of see any sort of scoreboard go? We definitely got one over on them in the end or is it actually kind of six of one half dozen other. I don't know that it's about getting one over on them. But it's about Did we receive any USABLE INTELLIGENCE? Any actionable intelligence. Did we learn anything that made a difference? There was a Cold War conference held at Texas. Am George Bush's university some years ago? Maybe it was twenty years ago and the question was who won the Cold War and we had all kinds of scholars and we had lots of different intelligence people and we had only Kaluga at the very end we only colluded on stage with the CIA officer named Paul Redmond. It was just two people like everybody else had made their made their cases. Now we're down to two people. Paul Redmond was chief accountant. Intelligence and only collusion was an ex. Kgb General so the question was who won at the end of the conference just kept boiling down boiling down and finally Kaluga NSAID. I would say that. For every penetration we had of American intelligence. You had five of ours so five to one and their silence because everybody. That room is thinking. Yeah but you killed them all all James gave them to you about a dozen and you wipe them all out. You killed them all so that score five to one didn't really make any sense if they were all executed so you know it just goes on and on. We had a great run back then. We had mazing intelligence coming in. Did make a difference. What Tolkachev gave us with three weapons programs made huge difference. What try gone gave us was the bottom line for the soviets an assault to talks. He told us where they were willing to go and wouldn't go any further so we went into negotiations with the Soviets about strategic arms limitations knowing their position before we've walked in the room things like that. Do make a difference. They do Jonah. Thank you so much this is fascinating and I really appreciate you doing the very sore throat I know what that's like from personal experience and I really just want to say thank you so much. This is a really good interview. I must say I'm just really impressed. With what a nice interview you do not Nice Nice. It's the wrong word very intelligent very informed. Very I really like doing this. Yeah this is fun. I've wished we could have done it in person but it was that or wait for three years when I whenever we're in the same neighborhood so I chose this..

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"bob hansen" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:43 min | 6 months ago

"bob hansen" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"His story called break shot. It's it's on audible. Pick it up listen to the new audible original break shot by James Taylor here. The story of twenty one years. Like you've never heard before go to audible dot com slash. Josh break shot. Let's audible comes back. Great text us at fifty five one hundred standard data and messaging rates apply. He's always ran in the morning show last night here in New York. The Knicks lost to the grizzlies but at the game. There's a big fight. Hinge dancing chanting sell. The team sells the team. Are you serious. That's awful. It's like mass chaos. The fights everywhere in. Can you imagine talking about a loyal fan base. Imagine if we walked into the iheartradio headquarters sells a company so we have a big meeting next week. Nate you start the chance Iran company. Or you're on a team you think you're doing the right thing and people are like just sell it. Yeah it's like what if someone walked up to you Danielle give up your kids. You're bad mother. That would not be nice interesting vacation news from our Diana. Hi Diana right good morning morning. So you're GonNa go to Jamaica going to make telephone. Ah Tell everyone why you're going. What kind of five day vacation in Jamaica for you L. is five day Hanson vacation? Dan Bop Manson. Bob Hansen your mind long..

"bob hansen" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

11:51 min | 11 months ago

"bob hansen" Discussed on DV Radio

"Of enduring fifteen confidently easily like back to back fifteen minutes minute says all day afoot are they all good yeah. Fifteen minute ones is that's pretty much once I hit that I've got fifteen like memorized memorized ready to. I wouldn't even need to throw anything in but the differences with me I don't. I don't change anything like the room I could give have a flying fuck about who's there. I don't care I don't read the room get and then it literally will be like a minute into I'd be like Oh. You didn't laugh at that. Well the next fucking fourteen minutes are going to be pretty painful. It hasn't hurt me yet. It hasn't that's funny. I used to know somebody they had his quote. They told me they're like comedy is like raping somebody. It's not about how much what they want. It's about how much you're gonNA give on and how much you're gonNA to make him take in. It's okay. That's like the worst fucking thing I've ever heard in my life. WHO GETS I forget? Actually I think it was out in lose office. I overheard that cops. They don't do it very very dangerous. That's a very dangerous thing and I WANNA get back to that but how where did you. Where did you land like what like? How long could you be on? Can you be on stage and you're gonNA just like after X. amount of minutes. I'm like all right territory twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty right now yeah you know Damian will you I've done. I haven't done half for now for a couple of years so probably like thirty five Isaiah thirty seven now the newer stuff I mean so I feel like that's pretty accurate. Td I gotta say not giving a fuck who's in the room. That's fucking dangerous because I mean as far as I'm concerned like you're there for the room like your material curiel doesn't matter you're there for the room audrey okay you know it's like if they're all bunch of fifty year old people and I go in there and I start talking about Coachella and then I say you're in for twenty more minutes. People will be asking for the money I know before I'm going into that. I do my research. I know what kind the crowd I'm getting into him with. The only thing I'll change is when I walk in. I know I'm like Oh. I don't look at the room and be like Oh this. These people are this caller. I look like how many aren't there's a lot of people here. I'm not gonNA try a bunch of new ships see what they want like. Damien will go John Anytime Damian goes on before me. He's got a joke about being in the Air Force for a cup of coffee basically and I've people and I've never seen it not get laughs and and if people don't laugh at that correct that I'm like yeah no I mean I have seen it not get laughs and when I see that not get laughs. I'll scrap my military shit because I just feel like all right they don't. They're not responding to military stuff so I'll talk about relationships instead. The holidays are coming up. I'll tell all my holiday jokes or something like that so you try to get not giving like dude if Jerry Seinfeld's in the room that's like all right. I don't give a fuck about that like I'm GonNa throw down and and do my thing anyway whether Jerry's is in the room or not but as far as the people who paid to see me. I WanNa make sure that they get their money's worth it. It's a different I it's hard to explain because it comes across awesome differently than what it actually is what I actually do but I don't concentrate like essentially I know what I'm going to do and every time I've I've broken every time I've walked into a room and looked at the room and Ben like made a judgment. It's always been worse. It's always been if I when I was done if I was just like hey you know what the fuck you're doing. You had it. You had everything the setup exactly how you wanted. Your set was exactly how it should have been. That was your best stuff pace the way it should have been and it would have worked there. It'll work anywhere trusted when I walk into a room and I look and I'm like Oh shit. These guys aren't going to like this all right. I gotTA sweat and then ten minutes before reforms which and it just doesn't hit and it's kind of like this thing like it's not I don't just walk into a room and I'm like fucking. I got this. I'm just that good. It's I've done so much. Preparation put so much work into my set that it works it works on old people works with women works with black crowds worked Mexicans works. White people works all in a a young old a I just I just work. That's announced at the point where I'm like working my set and trying to add more on. Do you try to clean more than that. It'll be where I'll change. It's where I start being clicking. Sometimes people don't want to hear clean. Sometimes walk is the punch line in a in a joke when when you tell Dad Joke you drop an f-bomb it it gets the twenty year olds laugh and other times but other than that. I'm trying to pull try to be as clean as possible. No it's harder to in this is I'm not sound like like I'm trying like on my like an old comic like that but I've always heard that is that you always start off clean and then from there moved oof too dirty you know because it's hard to transition from dirty to clean you know is just say to if you go in path to keep that up twenty thirty of it that's why I always try to go and then do spikes like I'll go in a little low and then spike and then come back doubt like a kind spike and that I think eventually it will get to the point where it's again once you get to that thirty year level of mastery like with the Great Sav have like they can they can read a room they just I mean I've tried not to plan out myself too much. I know my jokes and I think that's what you're getting at. It's like I don't care who's in the room. Oh my God get up there and I got. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA do my set because I know works but then again you know you have like I'm sorry but see you got some audience members that no you're you're. You're a comic legend like thirty years into the game the ordinance members yard and know who who you are your material have their laughing is is that they are. You're in the same year thirty nine. I can't wait. I mean just think about it too like if the audience new comedy Tom They'd be doing comedy at that. That's the other times you're you're kind of switching up your shit that you know who the fuck are these my i. I want to say I love the people I love performing for the most are the people that come up to you afterwards and say I never do. I can never do that because for for them. You know that they had such a good time that they're they're. They're being reflective on themselves to say like. I wish I'd like. I connected with something so much. I wish I could emulate that some degree sometimes that's like a encouragement you if you had a bad setsuko to go ahead. I would've fucking kill myself. After five minutes broke fucking stuck with it yeah I I mean I don't mean it to shit on the crowd but that person who saying that that kind of proves my point is like they're saying they can never do it. They recognize can never do so. Why are you going to switch your act up for what they would like? They don't really even know what they will. They're going to hear it and laugh because because like Oh shit that's or you should just like I mean firemen enough for a fireman I would never run into burning buildings to save people. I'm not that kind of hero the hose pressure in the time when he goes to like for that one in person at one fireman that professional fuck and firemen the guy on the calendars you know he's climbing up the ladder. Don't you think when when he gets to that window you know and that that beautiful fucking person is all like Oh thank you for saving me. Take this kid. Don't you think that firemen appreciates a little bit of the note. Appreciate your endanger. What up and you just wanted to give me? I'll save you're saying it. Can we think the firemen looks at the fire and sees what's going on and then then goes and sees the people inside and he's like what would those people want me to do and he's like fought those people they don't existing. IRA The fireman airman sees the fire and he's wandering barbecue is going to be later because he's a fucking firemen. No He's like that's my job. How do I attack it? That's how I'M GONNA get. He doesn't care the crowd or the people. CNN The people inside he saving her here to save lives dogs just here to knock fires out. That's interesting. That's I mean. I don't know the Laura how I say it. What's what's the meanest fuck you give ever given to the audience? Just show me Weiner or what have you ever been rude to the audience. Have you ever been like you know what fuck you never have either. Never am I have I okay thank you honey. I've never left the stage. No no I won't ever Donnelley. I've lost much a lady once but it's Winston since so there's only like five people in their wait till next comic because I figured he would give her shake who Bob Hansen say Shane Bob why your God damn about I had this one I'd rich lady heckling me once and she was on a date just her her man in the front row. She's all plastic surgery out in this guy's bigger the fucking house and she just won't shut the fuck up because she's like like to wines and Zanex deep so she's just mouthiest fuck and I forget it was like for like three minutes. It's I'm just dealing with them and we all right now. You got my attention and she fucking looks up at me and she's like I fucking hate your jokes. Just look. I love your tits. Want fucking get the fuck Outta here starts laughing. I'm like Oh my God. I thought that guy was gonNA rush. Me that ended up. Well reminds me who so what was the story of you almost throw in some dude out of the comedy store with his We had a fuck nosy. What oh it's a fun gossip gossip two team oh all set the mood fuck all right so this fucking Guy he's in the show room and he's like texting throughout the whole performance and I guess the the performer noted it and it just kept happening three door guys come up and say hey the fuck dude turn off your phone or take it to the lobby so he does he goes out to the lobby sends his tax this Guy's wearing a sport coat and khaki shorts and and there are cracks but they're crock ask you know and you've got a fucking data scarf on right like John Lennon Glasses fucking the weird tied into his hair ponytail sunglasses? I mean there's there's a million jokes about what this guy fucking looked like. Retarded is definitely the punch line you know and so oh he's out there and he's taxed in and then he starts asking like why the hell can I text in the showroom and people are like hey you can text in the show because there's a performance formats going on and blah blah Blah Blah but then he starts going over to the bar and he starts nagging Mikey and the managers and stuff about like hey can't be doing that. Why why did they tell me? Why did he throw me out I can't I can't do that and they're like hey? We got a full fucking bar here man. We got you know we're serving people. I'll tell you what you WANNA complain. You can write down down whatever you want. Come up to us after the show we'll give you all the contact information you need but we're fucking busy and you can't text in the showroom deal with it..

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"bob hansen" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"bob hansen" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"He would say it was just wham Bam thank you ma'am. He wanted more time with these women time he would you know force on these women later this poor sick bastard. He just wanted him so badly to want him. In nineteen fifty eight after leaving the Army Robert would return to Iowa and again work in his dad's bakery again crushing it and Pocahontas a few months later he gets his own apartment bug on us and according to someone who'd be interviewed years later he'd have high school boys over to his apartment and talk about guns hunting and who or what he didn't like in Pocahontas so you know he's just becoming cooler and cooler the cool guy super cool guy doesn't have friends in high school and then moves away and then comes right back and then hangs out with the new highschoolers <hes> you know I knew I knew a couple of kids like that. where I grew up always the cream of the crop always the best? I always good for them for not moving on with their lives in nineteen fifty-nine Robert starts dating a woman who is mentioned in all kinds of biographies but is not named in anything not named any articles about Robert Line <hes> I found the the best to biographies I there seemed to be out there about this dirtbag and she's not mentioned by name and knows in one of the sources referred to as a girl who graduated a year after he did the daughter of the town chiropractor that same source said that this chiropractor is family had little contact with the community outside of his practice then on December seventh nineteen sixty Robert Burns down his old high school's school bus US garage clearly angry about high school clearly harboring grudges as retribution for the abuse he wants received Robert Takes a sixteen year old employee. His father's bakery talks this kid into helping him set fire to the school bus garage not only do this successfully burned to the ground they also destroy three of the seven of the schools buses just took to take that Popa Polka to pick to take take to take cookie kick. God Damn it very frustrated unfortunately for Robert. He's accomplished turns himself in Rats Robert Out on March twenty ninth nine hundred sixty one Robert Hanssen charged with arson. His bail is set at two thousand five hundred dollars three days later his mom edna goes to the courthouse house bails him out that night Robert Mary's the chiropractors daughter in a ceremony at Lutheran church the newly woods leaving a week for Florida for their honeymoon returned to live in Robert's apartment while he waits trial after that man what a fun wedding that with the a kid getting married in front of your new inlaws who now know that their daughter is getting hitched to a vengeful psychopathic arsonist they must have been so thrilled anyo stress and anxiety made Robert stutter worse. Those vows must have been something else else to watch is II promised to those to love you for forever. I promise not to set a set anymore for five forgot the damage. That's the star everybody no more fulfill fires. That's September Hanson indicted for the arson charge. Considering the case against Hanson waives his right to a trial plead guilty he would later say I guess I burn down the bus barn because I hated the school with the divine passion his words divine compassion. I would do whatever I could think of to get back at the monster school. That did Bob Hansen personal wrong. Dude clearly can't move on from high school in a way Yeah Robert would never move on on October ninth nine hundred sixty one Robert was sentenced to three years at the state reformatory at Anisa now known as the animals state penitentiary in Iowa shortly afterward his his wife divorces him and most home of the National Motorcycle Museum which by the way looks pretty awesome from a psychiatrist diagnosed Hanson is having an infantile personality disorder based on Robert Subscription of fantasies of revenge and Destruction Hansen revealed psychiatrists imagine doing vicious things to girls who rejected him or make fun of him. He talked about wanting ready to blow up the town. Water Tower talked about one shootout the light to the town police car he was obsessed with getting even he hated this town and late nineteen sixty to another psychiatric assessment..

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"bob hansen" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"bob hansen" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Jonah Dez chief disguise in the CIA is opposite of technical service. What kind of skies is did you do? Just about anything. You can think of when you make me into a four foot tall black woman. I it's always additive I can always make taller shorter Z. That would also make you heavier but it's very hard to make you thinner older, but not younger. Interesting problems about about younger. Yeah. Everybody wants to look, younger, of course from the standpoint of, of espionage operation. They wanna look different dried. Absolutely. You know, Tony I went out to Hollywood and talk to some of the people behind the, the magic industry. The people that create deceptions and allusions for a living and took some lessons in how, how do you disappear somebody on the street? How do you disappear somebody on the stage? I mean, they can disappear elephants in a in a theater, so we wanted to know from an engineering point of view from a technical point of view. You know, how do you pull off a lot of those? Things we see them all the time on TV. What about the facial recognition technology has at undone any of your work? You know, we were involved in the beginning Bill, Casey, the director of CIA wanted to know if we had anything going on in facial ide-, we said, we did not he said, get some people on it, and we did we handed it off. Basically to DARPA a military are indeed part of the government. Initially it wasn't a problem today. I'm not really sure the algorithms have gotten quite sophisticated. We were always able to defeat it while I was working because we knew where the, the, the main point of consideration were, and a lot of them can be moved. Some can be some can't you can't. You can't move where your ears sit in relation say to your is your mouth. But you can you can conceal you can put hair over those years or a hat over those years, you can glasses over the is conceal where those corners are, and they conceal your eyebrows. And those are all part of the measuring. Algorithm. It's used I think we could probably get by most facial identification. But it really ever if it's like it is in England. It's just too pervasive. Anybody ever go to the extent of plastic surgery? I only know of one case where we had to move a man out of his country because we thought he had been exposed, and he had a unique characteristic in his face. He had a, a discrepancy at from an injury that we had to get rid of. And so, yeah. That one time. That's the only time I know that we use plastic surgery. At one point you mentioned in chapter eleven of the book the Moscow rules that the KGB began flooding, you with double agents, people who wanted to defect. And of course, we could not reveal that we knew they were double agents. And so, we had to actually assign a case officers to these people, and that would reduce our own resources to other cases. And as you put it was the exact scenario, the KGB and hoped to create that. That's pretty remarkable. Sounds like they've had great resources to be able to do something like that. They were they were not slouches at what they were doing. You have to remember what you had James Angleton back at at Langley, who already doubted a lot of these cases. And then we knew that they were sending doubles to us. Yeah. It's, it's like it's like Churchill during World War Two when they when they broke the. German cipher code the 'nigma machine. So they were able to, to read the real traffic, but they could never divulge the fact that they could read it so they could never react to it was the same kind of thing with these double agents. We had to pretend that we believe that they were real. It was actually a clever tactic on their part. What would be among the major successes? The Russians had besides all James, which will do for for a topper, but I guess there must have been others. Oh, there was Bob Hansen, who was who was at the CIA as part of his FBI assignment, and Bob Hansen, divulged, more significant intelligence to the to the Soviet Union that almost any other. I mean, there was a competition to see who damaged us the most all to change damaged us hugely, but Henson, probably created more damage, because he didn't limit himself just to the American operations and the American spies. He was also aware of a lot of things that are allies are doing around the world. And he put all of that on the table data motive for these people. I mean was it money? I mean. You know, they say that they call it the acronym is mice, money ideology compromise and ego and ego includes, an irate employ who for some reason, or another feels he hasn't received his do at work, but Hanson felt that he had not been promoted at the same rate to the same level as his colleagues, and he was sure that he was better than all of them part of what he did was to run this, this treasonous operation, over number of years, just to show, his colleagues, how good he was as a matter of fact, when they arrested him he turned to them in handcuffs and said, what took you so long. Like, they, you know, if they'd been if they'd been as good as him they would have caught him sooner more to come. We'll be back in just a moment. I'm not a big talker. I am a big doer. But sometimes the only way. To solve the problem is to get on the horn and figure it out..

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"bob hansen" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"bob hansen" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"From us. With love Jim Bohannon show, as we're talking to John Mendez, who is co author of the Moscow rules. And as we go to some calls. I gather that the term the Moscow rules refers to more than the title of your book. Well, it, it does, I think it was John Kerry, who, who I mentioned, the Moscow rules, he referred to them, sort of obliquely in something that he wrote. But no one had ever said what they were just that there were a set of precepts that would apply if you were working to Moscow. So what we did is, we didn't invent them, but we wrote them down. We tried to put them all in one place, just to give a, a sense of, of the difficulty of working in the city of Moscow. It was out a comport yourself on the street. It was kind of rules of the road. Simple, things like trust your gut other things like don't look behind you. You're never alone. You just assume that you have. Surveillance, every moment and you have to you have to operate under under that understanding even even a Marvin. Cal CBS reporter recounted a tale of when he was first posted to Moscow, and he, he knew realized quickly that he was being followed by somebody who is he put it was not terribly adept at this, but he was walking and walking and with the various places of this, this shadow never left. It finally at one point Calvin went to an ice cream stand and he bought two ice cream cone, Venezia's walking he holds one behind him. And the, the follower takes it never say a word. That's a funny story. That is a great story. Let's talk to Charlie who calls him from Sheridan, Wyoming. Hello, charlie. Oh, yes. Good to talk to you and your guest tonight having spent a little time in Moscow. They're actually the Soviet Union all around the Soviet j nineteen. Seventy-two over the USA exhibit. I spent six months or so. I know about the. All of the escapades and all the stuff that one had to put up with being in their in country. I wanted to ask though you were on the CIA tech side, technically side. I wonder if y'all ever lost any stuff or any people sort of like an elder, James Abol in the inside and did you ever lose anybody that way or okay? Compromise. We, we lost a number of people of the year of nineteen five was was called the year of the spy by time magazine, it happened to be where there was a conflict of, of various actors various traders emerging, huge spike, as is going on. All James would be a piece of that. Bob Hansen would be a piece of that. Howard, a CIA officer who actually defected to the Soviet Union. He was a piece of that. We lost a number of really excellent Soviet assets that we're working with us providing us with incredible information, and they were they were arrested and executed one by one James turned in so many of them he betrayed. So many of them to the Soviets that he actually went out to them at one point and asked the Soviets, not to kill them so quickly. He didn't say, don't kill them. He said, don't kill them so fast. This is all good lead. Back to me to figure out. It was me interesting. We lost a number. We're gonna what particular case here in a second right now. Call from Sharon in crane, Missouri on the Jim Bohannon show. Sharon, good evening. Good evening. Excuse me, then teargassed ma'am, this is with all the technology. That is bailable today. Just for ordinary company to follow people. Do you think that a lot of like the smart televisions? That can listen in on your conversation. You Mabel detract phones. And that kind of thing, do you think that, that a lot of that came out of like the CIA and other agencies around the world there technology, giving us a really good question, I think technology was going to move forward. No matter where it were it originated as, as microprocessors, got, smaller, and smaller, and ship chip technology got stronger, and stronger. We used to invent at create our own equipment, encrypted radio communications for instance, because we couldn't buy it off the shelf. What we needed we had little tiny cameras because. We couldn't get them commercially, a lot of the things that we invented. Exists today in our cell phone in encrypted communications for instance is, is, is available to everyone. So the technology was going to, to come out of the shadows. No matter what I think I think it's made it much harder to do the work that has to be done. It's, it's harder to for instance, change your identity. Because if you don't show up where were, you are going with a cell phone that that presents your identity digitally? You're, you're gonna have an issue check into hotel, or, or trying to go through passport control. If worth I think, mentioning, by the way, here, the time that the CIA began buying the Judy dolls from AL's magic shop at twelfth street and Pennsylvania Avenue. Of course, the White House is at sixteenth and Pennsylvania. Within walking distance of your officers over on on east street and they needed multiple dolls over vulnerable weeks, which embarrassed. Some of those going back beef dogs ordinarily had a different function. What were you using them for? Well, they were called party doll. I guess, and what we were using them for would be a, an HOV lane. Drivers dream. We were making pop-up dummies, they call them Jack in the box or j I IB we call them chips, Jack in the box, and they were they were famous. We actually made them specifically for Moscow, because we had such a such a need for our officers to be able to escape from the car surveillance via killer surveillance, so our officer would get an car with a briefcase, but the briefcase on the floor at a prearranged place. Our officer would open the door and step out, and the driver would trigger the Jeb, which would sit up in the seat, and it would have the same face and the same hair in the same clothes, as the officer who was now out on this. They even turn their head. I understand. That's right. You could you could mimic a conversation and the cars behind you would just see the profile to. People still in the car talking to each other, and they'd follow you all night while you were out meeting, your agent, picking up dead drop putting up a signal doing whatever needed to be done with our guest, John mid does the book the Moscow rules. It's from public affairs books. It reads like a novel, but this is the real deal folks..

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"bob hansen" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"bob hansen" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Six six five O five four six two six John of endeavors chief of disguise in the office of technical service. What kind of disguises did you do? Just about anything you can think of. Into a four foot tall black woman. It's always additive. I can always make you taller shorter. That would also make you heavier but it's very hard to make you thinner. Older, but not younger. Interesting. Problems about about younger. Yeah. Everybody wants to look younger everybody. Of course from the standpoint of, of espionage operation. They look different, right? Absolutely. You know, Tony I went out to Hollywood and talk to some of the people behind the, the magic industry. The people that create deceptions and allusions for a living and took some lessons in how, how do you disappear somebody on the street? How do you disappear somebody on the stage? I mean, they could disappear elephants in a in a theater, so we wanted to know from an engineering point of view from a technical point of view. How do you pull off a lot of those things we see them all the time on TV? What about defaced recognition technology has at undone any of your work? You know, we were involved in the beginning, Bill, Casey director of CIA wanted to know if we had anything going on in facial ide-, we said, we did not he said, get some people on it, and we did we handed off, basically to DARPA a military are in deep part of the government initially it wasn't a problem today. I'm not really sure the algorithms have gotten quite sophisticated. We were always able to defeat it while I was working because we knew where the, the, the main points of consideration were, and a lot of them can be moved. Some can be some can't you can't. You can't move where your ears sit in relation say to your is your mouth. But you can you can conceal you can put hair over those years or a hat over those years, you can glasses over the eyes and conceal where those corners are. And they conceal your eyebrows. Those are all part of the measuring algorithm. That's. Used. I think we could probably get by most facial identification, but really ever. If it's like it is in England. It's just too pervasive. Anybody ever go to the extent of plastic surgery? I only know of one case where we had to move a man out of his country because we thought he had been exposed, and he had a unique characteristic in his face. He had a, a discrepancy from an injury that we had to get rid of. So, yeah. That one time. That's the only time I know that we use plastic surgery. At one point, you mentioned in chapter eleven of the book the most rules that the KGB began flooding you with double agents people who wanted to defect. And of course, we could not reveal that we knew they were double agents. So we had to actually assign a case officers to these people, and that would reduce our own resources to other cases. And you put it was the exact scenario, the KGB and hope to create that, that's pretty remarkable. They both have had great resources to be able to do something like that. They were they were not slouches at what they were doing. You have to remember what you had James Angleton back at, at Langley, who already doubted a, a lot of these cases. And then we knew that they were sending doubles to us. Yeah. It's, it's like it's like Churchill during World War Two when they when they broke the German cipher code the 'nigma machine so they were able to, to read the real traffic, but they could never divulge the fact that they can read it so they could never react to it was the same kind of thing with these double agents. We had to pretend that we believed that they were real. It was actually a clever tactic on their part. What would be among the major successes? The Russians had besides all regimes which will do for for a topper, but I guess there must have been others, Bob Hansen, who was who was at the CIA as part of his FBI assignment, and Bob Hansen, divulged, more significant intelligence to the to the Soviet Union that almost any other. I mean, there was a competition to see who damaged us, the most all change damaged us hugely, but Hansen, probably created more damaged because he didn't limit himself just to the American operations and the American spies. He was also aware of a lot of things that our allies are doing around the world and he put all of that on the table. Motive for these people. I mean was it money? I mean. You know, they say that they call it the acronym is mice, money ideology, compromise and ego and ego include an irate employ who for some reason, or another feels he hasn't received his do at work. Bob Hanson felt that he had not been promoted at the same rate to the same level as his colleagues, and he was sure that he was better than all of them part of what he did was to run this, this treasonous operation, over number of years, just to show, his colleagues, how good he was as a matter of fact, when they arrested him he turned to them in handcuffs and said, what took you so long. Like they, you know, if they'd been good as him they would have caught him sooner. We'll be back in just a moment. I'm not a big talker. I am a big doer. But sometimes the only way to solve the problem is to get on the horn and figure it out..

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"bob hansen" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"bob hansen" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"In Moscow. They're actually the Soviet Union all around nineteen. Seventy-two USA exhibit. I spent six months? So I know about the. All of the has all the stuff that one had to put up with being in their in country. I wanted to ask though you were on the tech side. I wonder if y'all ever lost any stuff or any people sort of like James, the inside and did you ever lose anybody that way or okay? We, we lost a number of people, the year of nineteen eighty-five was, was called the, the year of spy by time magazine, it happened to be where there was a conflict of, of various actors various traders emerging huge spike is going on. All James would be a piece of that. Bob Hansen would be a piece of that. Howard, a CIA officer who actually defected to the Soviet Union. He was a piece of that. We lost a number of really excellent Soviet assets that were working with us providing us with incredible information, and they were they were arrested and executed one by one. James turned in so many of them he betrayed. So many of them to the Soviets that he actually went out to them at one point and asked the Soviets, not to kill them so quickly. He didn't say, don't kill them. He said, don't kill them so fast. This is all good lead. Back to me figure out. It was me interesting. We lost a number one particular case here in a second right now. Call from Sharon in crane, Missouri on the Jim Bohannon show. Sharon, good evening. Disney and teargassed ma'am with all the technology that is bailable today. Just earn a company to follow.

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"bob hansen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

11:33 min | 1 year ago

"bob hansen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"We'll keep hoisted about in seventy nine fifty five. Apostle by twenty four nice start to the season. We've got a quality to deploy. Here. The second half. Got the Mavericks of used to be Nebraska Omaha university. It's funny. I saw both actually. Mostly go by omahodic's soon. Part of the new year Rascasse system. Okay. The pain has a shop. Lockers lose picked up by enforce it out the window shop. We'll follow tip by Wilkinson. Best battled for out of touch by Alex strata? Get back early by north central. Copper to choppers. Twenty nine complex North Dakota school, South Dakota schools side. The first school to offer scholarship real. Yeah. And he just said no way. I will never like Nebraska, Colorado. Left corner. Three Puerto Thomas missed rebound. A block it out and picked up by gathered pace. Told alex. Dollar nine seventy nine fifty five point two seconds. The barracks. Town. On Friday night. Here at six thirty. Plus warmer. Presumably Safeway, the tip off between the beverage tax just after seven o'clock. Throw by shame. Good. Remember, the guy that using the longtime source, Bob Hanson? That's right. Biwa and Utah Jazz nor the Bob Hansen that I grew up next door to do the one. Guitars by galley poll. Eighty one fifty five Colorado. Norcal course ATar went up to right crosses over again. How Bill goal telling you get saying Waterloo about that one. Thought that one was all the way up. Official that way. It did neither the rim. I I'm pretty sure help did not. Which would make it automatic. Did it? Hit the backboard. I. That's what I mean. Yeah. My head. I was thinking. If only everybody listening head ESP. Off the left forces off the window won't go. Rebound degrade shot racehorses riots tad. The look on his face. There's a driving layup with temp by Detroit Wilkins me. Right. The you got here's an important part Gallagher's first gig. With Colorado's got it right now having some fun out there. You try that against Pac twelve caliber teams. Little teams don't get away. We'll eighty one fifty. Losing control Wilkins foul. I left. Twenty seven point. And you know. You can take a cue from tonight. At the game come to him just and the second shots when they're available, and I think. Really? As Kelly of the ball. Side. Here's what you need to do offer that will miss Shelton writers seconds by Wilkins's. As part of the learning process or Saint gal. Eighty one fifty nine pops up south by twenty six. Colorado tacky forecourt left Kunz right side pass chest pass tickets Kelly. Up top data. He'll pull up and fire. The shovel go Alexander's reading with rebound put back in what they call no past. No basket foul on the rebound. Not oven shot. So wave off the bucket foul goes against Drake catastophe. Thomas got stuck on a no Thomas has given up. Seventy pounds to Alexander. Ratings at the foul line up to our left right handed sauce by Alex. A couple more coming. Buffalo's Judas ballgame for the free throw line. Second toss by Alex is. Eighteen twenty nine. Accessorize thirty eighteen to thirty nine hundred forty. Get your glasses. Drake, short corner. Right. Glenn squares. Passes top Wilkins left side, the as to shoot. At fires misses rebound, David Wright, tips tube self gives out to be killing white pushes up for right to left. Stop. And goes crosses over top of the key pulls back out to drive. What's again? Cavs off to Taylor. To step back. Fifteen choppers. Bye. He's got five by twenty-five, smooth looking move. Right. It was six and a half to play. Norton poisoned right side, Alexander three fires and misses codes the weakside care for daddy to catch it as way. Probably hide and watch out has heaven went falling down under the basket. Nearly slid into the bleachers down there right is the hallway gifts up waves to the crowd like all right. It's a lot of amount of getting going there. Dell heart. Eighty four fifty nine. Inertia work. Physical lesson right there. He's got three points the ball game. Substitution. Now. You live four K check Sam paddy or a bigger part as in. Nannies at the foul line. One more coming. Let's claw coaxes out one. Four point eighty six fifty nine twenty seven forty. Terrific attack. You four core. Right. Wilkins topic. We're going to Parque step back Wilkins for three fires business laundry bound Norton hustles, everybody foretell the paint. Layup is up and good. Bye. Parque did not go after the war steel off the inbounds by Norton. Mrs bays got the rebound off to daily cooks. Drives coast to coast to paint shop to the drive by Norton. We do have to talk to Eli bigger freshman. I. Lessons. I noticed what he was playing defense out. Got pulled up his shorts to kind of crush tallies. Got. Rid compression shorts. Don't you think? I don't even own a pair free through my Kutuzov young, man. This is Colorado. Black and gold. We'll take silver. Second toss by daily coots. Let's fly. The iron is hot. God. It bounces out. Six point lead. Rick attacking forecourt, right Wilkins, the left side of Thomas dope. All the shallow right side. Woke up all the way shut logo toddler bay high for the rebound Calvin passed a tailored coats pushes up court right to left bounces lovelock's spinning is bad side push up with the white sand. The top of Robert. He's got six good use backside there without Gordon. Learning probably should have rotated to is over the right shoulder. Ready to the defense cowpokes side for three fires and MRs Roberts habit. Deflected away. Patti's got the rebound. Our parents to be able to write about of across the tablet rifle f we got the five three to play number two of the boss hotel eighty nine sixty one coats triple spins, wait until the public's kicks and a quarter. Acre three misses from downtown. Tampa Bay battling for the repel out of his hands. The hands of David rice. Whiteside to Parque. It's the dribble. The freshman slipstream passed inside taken by those strong and Roberts, a seven footer with the foul, and he just fouled out. What about nine minutes and his fell out of this ball game? Foul minute. Actually, they got about five minutes total. Four forty two to play. He's done is pointless. So at the free throw line is Tyler base. Tyler scored eight points. Here this contest, he's got fourteen rebounds. Probably about eight of those well above the rim. Right handed sauce by Tyler rattles and pops out. Shannon to be picture sideshow. Bob, not Thomas. Very. Similarly, sideshow. Bob. Stylists. Sixty. Let's out my twenty nine. He's got a right. The dribble out McGlynn back to Murphy bottles. Dr. The baseline a pill, which drives the way to pay jump books at quarter pulling up three ball by Murphy's shot. Joe rice got the rebound cortra-. Colorado left headed steamed down the for window county. Potential three point play by name. Right. Who's having a career ballgame got four on top by thirty one four seventeen to play the second half here in boulder? A neighbor was flexible bit there. He liked he kind of muscle through that defender. Would right for the end one. He's at the foul on off to our left. Nice ballgame for name. We said Scott, he's really got a chance free throws up and good got a chance it really to have an impact. I see says athletic is he is. And so spurious. I mean, he's he's played a lot of basketball. Some very good conferences with our caution, Missouri. ESE that of course here. Colorado the Pac twelve there's a mystery poorly. Thomas who stole REBA battled for Glenn on his back up with it. How about the Wilkins fresh shot clock inside? Next time out there. It is right there at a foul called battling block naming rights and McGlynn white with the foul timeout of corporal tickets. Well, maybe this. Fifty three to play the second apps. All Colorado atop by thirty to ninety three sixty one. We'll take the breakout. Couple the basketball. I'm Mike MacIntyre the.

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"bob hansen" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"bob hansen" Discussed on KCBS All News

"To the grove you'll be walking right in the midst of these beautiful trees you'll just see it like you know it was a hundred years ago dean is proud of the efforts the largest improvement project in park history we really brought it back patty rising kcbs conservation nonprofit in san francisco has raised millions of dollars to pay for improvements for national parks along the california nevada border great basin and death valley national parks are receiving funds from people in parks that would improve signs trails exhibits and orientation films people in parks executive director bob hansen says he decided to spend his semi retirement helping the parks he says the focus of the nonprofit is to give visitors something more than they bargained for time now for a history lesson taught by a fourth grader it's a student steve hartman found on the road so what were you here for soccer game ten year old sarah haycock says she was just walking through this park in shoreline washington so just about a year ago when she came across something curious there's like the beginning of a mystery a stone with a plaque what i i saw it was clearly a tribute but to who pratt thirty three nineteen sixty nine and i'm like wow that's really short life and just quick math in my head like he died at thirty nine yeah i'm just like that's not typical and since there were no other markings and no one around to ask no other clues sarah took it upon herself to learn all she could about the life and death of edwin pratt she learned he was director of the seattle urban league worked on school desegregation and was the first black person to move into sarah's town it was a bold and fatal decision pratt was assassinated right there on the front porch nine months after martin luther king junior or lack of recognition that really i think maybe stunned stunned you he's got to have something more than just a park outside of a bathroom about that same time across the street from sarah school she noticed the district was putting up a new early learning center she found out it didn't have a name yet her wheels started turning sarah launched a petition drive and when all over town explaining to anyone who would listen why that new building should be named after practice thank you helping for helping.

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"bob hansen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"bob hansen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Nine hundred ninety two jordan with his favorite shrug after making his sixth three pointer in the first half of game one against the portland trailblazers mj dropped thirty five firsthalf points lead to a win ultimately is six game nba finals win for the ball's second title they just call it the shrug if you're on twitter the bolt post is it'd be a great little poster it's just as the shraga across you just you michael with shrug adam chris black friday hubner here on espn one thousand and i think i mentioned as to what are you guys a week or so ago jr smith had hit like two or three and a game and he turnaround around did the i'm gonna hold it that's not shrug worthy three in a row by jr smith's not shrug worthy jenner doesn't care it's funny because we were all strugging after we saw what he didn't game one five no most most all bulls fans remember that and you guys you guys are young but you probably remember that you're not that i remember i came jordan at thirty nine points eleven assists he shot six of ten from three oh he had thirty nine hundred thirty five in the first half shut them down to the second one the only played thirty four minutes the bullets role they won one twenty two to eighty nine and the way the quarters wane after the first quarter is bulls up by three thirty three to thirty in the second quarter the bulls are up thirty three to twenty one in that quarter and then in the third quarter they outscored the blazers thirty eight to seventeen so the game was over by the fourth yeah so you had a bunch of guys playing minutes scotty that night had twenty four and ten in nine rebounds so ten assists nine rebounds skyping almost with a triple double and then the third leading score was scott williams had twelve points in the game and a whole bunch of guys off the bench played like bob hansen purdue got minutes cliff lemming stem minutes pj armstrong played quite a bit so i mean the bulls just rolled in game one of the nba finals against the blazers it was outstanding that's nice real nice the game.

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"bob hansen" Discussed on X96

X96

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"bob hansen" Discussed on X96

"News today but i think it's a big story i think it's a big story louisiana department of health is going to begin sending nursing home eviction notices to more than thirty thousand residents who could lose their medicaid under the budget passed by the state house of representatives there you go easy on the department of health is beginning the process of notifying all impacted enroll ease that some people may lose their medicaid eligibility said department of health spokesman bob hansen the goal of the department is to give notice to all affected people as soon as possible so that they can develop appropriate plan out letters may tenth medicaid of course courses federal and state collaboration covering more than seventy million people one in five americans making it the largest government health insurance program president obama expanded the program by allowing states to cover millions more low income adults rolling back the expansion has been a longtime goal of the republicans because they don't care for old people even though most republicans in charge our old people and most of their voters are the trump administration is encouraged states to reshape their medicaid programs paving the way for states like kentucky and michigan to include new measures like work requirements for able bodied adults and but so they're rolling back in louisiana and they'll put these old people loud on these these they need to pull themselves up by their own bootstraps wear boots anymore swollen fit into the they're lying around doing nothing they're lazy they're they're welfare queens they should get jobs right finally this seth rogan's mom sandy is sort of a legend on twitter she has praised her son's joint rolling skills she provides important updates like well there's nothing like new windshield wipers and she brags about her sex life falling asleep after is like shove asana after yoga shiva shiva cena after yoga most recently the canadian based rogan matriarch turned her more than fifty nine thousand followers with this question in yoga when you can see the very private parts of the woman in front of you through her pants should you tell her she tweeted dilemma mortified seth rogan replied jesus and then she said well it's a problem sometimes it is so obviously had with that point seth rogan tweeted simply mom the end just quickly sports weather turned.

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"bob hansen" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"bob hansen" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"The federal reserve is expected to raise them again next month the fed governors closed there may meeting this week keeping the status quo since they just raised the benchmark in march but the fed says the expanding economy justifies more rate increases this year gas prices keep rising to april's average was the highest in four years all thanks to hire global oil prices higher taxes and the more expensive summer blend gasoline's added together and this could be a painful year at the gas pump got to watch where i go now i've got to watch more travel and people will be watching where they fill up their tank loco stations like cosco macy longer lines while nearby stations charging twenty and fifty cents more gallon may be forced to lower their prices either way drivers will once again be looking for cheaper ways to travel whether driving more fuel efficient cars or simply readjusting their travel plans continued doing when i do i'll just rethink how i do it to make a combine them nbc's bob hansen reporting so why are suv's and up still selling so well given the higher gas prices analysts credit better fuel economy making them as or almost as efficient as sedans and more proof sedans are in trouble in the united states japan's largest car makers who all offered redesigned sedans this year all report a lousy april nissan's overall sales fell twenty eight percent honda was down over nine toyota almost five the few between the us and china over technology and telecommunications could escalate the wall street journal says the trump administration is considering restricting chinese companies from selling telecom equipment in the us based on national security concerns and a new analysis shows more people are switching to a new method of relaxation instead of wine they're choosing marijuana in the growing number of states where it's legal the rabbo bank analysis is the trend among both genders but especially among women the theory they're cutting down on the calories from alcohol consumption consumer and business news joe mcconnell nbc news radio and now the iheartradio weekend sports time capsule what's going on sports fans it's me bald freak ronnie here is always.

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Fuel prices are rising again, as automakers pull back on sedans

02:05 min | 2 years ago

Fuel prices are rising again, as automakers pull back on sedans

"The federal reserve is expected to raise them again next month the fed governors closed there may meeting this week keeping the status quo since they just raised the benchmark in march but the fed says the expanding economy justifies more rate increases this year gas prices keep rising to april's average was the highest in four years all thanks to hire global oil prices higher taxes and the more expensive summer blend gasoline's added together and this could be a painful year at the gas pump got to watch where i go now i've got to watch more travel and people will be watching where they fill up their tank loco stations like cosco macy longer lines while nearby stations charging twenty and fifty cents more gallon may be forced to lower their prices either way drivers will once again be looking for cheaper ways to travel whether driving more fuel efficient cars or simply readjusting their travel plans continued doing when i do i'll just rethink how i do it to make a combine them nbc's bob hansen reporting so why are suv's and up still selling so well given the higher gas prices analysts credit better fuel economy making them as or almost as efficient as sedans and more proof sedans are in trouble in the united states japan's largest car makers who all offered redesigned sedans this year all report a lousy april nissan's overall sales fell twenty eight percent honda was down over nine toyota almost five the few between the us and china over technology and telecommunications could escalate the wall street journal says the trump administration is considering restricting chinese companies from selling telecom equipment in the us based on national security concerns and a new analysis shows more people are switching to a new method of relaxation instead of wine they're choosing marijuana in the growing number of states where it's legal the rabbo bank analysis is the trend among both genders but especially among women the theory they're cutting down on the calories from alcohol consumption consumer and business news joe mcconnell nbc news radio and now the iheartradio weekend sports time capsule what's going on sports fans it's me bald freak ronnie here is always.

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"bob hansen" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"bob hansen" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"To travel whether driving more fuel efficient cars or simply readjusting their travel plans continued doing when i do i'll just rethink how i do it if i have to make a combined nbc's bob hansen reporting so why are suv's and pickup still selling so well given the higher gas prices analysts credit better fuel economy making them as or almost as efficient as sedans and more proof sedans trouble in the united states japan's largest car makers who all offered redesigned sedans this year all report a lousy april nissan's overall sales fell twenty eight percent honda was down over nine toyota almost five the few between the us and china over technology and telecommunications could escalate the wall street journal says the trump administration is considering restricting chinese companies from selling telecom equipment in the us based on national security concerns and a new analysis shows more people are switching to a new method of relax ation instead of wine choosing marijuana in the growing number of states where it's legal the rabbo bank analysis is the trend among both genders but especially among women the theory they're cutting down on the calories from alcohol consumption consumer and business news joe mcconnell nbc news radio i'll say democrats have been wanting to their entire constituency for a long time and i questioned that anyone is voting for the democrat party today and expecting a different result than what they have seen in the past i do question that decision and i intend to offer them a better alternative going forward kevin nicholson joined me earlier this morning on the dan o'donnell show explained the cognitive thought process controversy blasting the liberal group vote vets for manufacturing this controversy mocking cnn for making this a big deal and saying this is concocted by his political opponents when it was clear what he was referring to as i think can be reasonably inferred he was talking about the logical thought process that gets veterans to vote for a political party which clearly has since the iraq war and it became politically expedient to blast to the military as a way of blasting george w bush generally opposed everything the united states military did and to top that off a political party that sees itself as on by the constitution and rather looks to change.

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Short Report: 2018 Honda Civic Touring

02:28 min | 2 years ago

Short Report: 2018 Honda Civic Touring

"To travel whether driving more fuel efficient cars or simply readjusting their travel plans continued doing when i do i'll just rethink how i do it if i have to make a combined nbc's bob hansen reporting so why are suv's and pickup still selling so well given the higher gas prices analysts credit better fuel economy making them as or almost as efficient as sedans and more proof sedans trouble in the united states japan's largest car makers who all offered redesigned sedans this year all report a lousy april nissan's overall sales fell twenty eight percent honda was down over nine toyota almost five the few between the us and china over technology and telecommunications could escalate the wall street journal says the trump administration is considering restricting chinese companies from selling telecom equipment in the us based on national security concerns and a new analysis shows more people are switching to a new method of relax ation instead of wine choosing marijuana in the growing number of states where it's legal the rabbo bank analysis is the trend among both genders but especially among women the theory they're cutting down on the calories from alcohol consumption consumer and business news joe mcconnell nbc news radio i'll say democrats have been wanting to their entire constituency for a long time and i questioned that anyone is voting for the democrat party today and expecting a different result than what they have seen in the past i do question that decision and i intend to offer them a better alternative going forward kevin nicholson joined me earlier this morning on the dan o'donnell show explained the cognitive thought process controversy blasting the liberal group vote vets for manufacturing this controversy mocking cnn for making this a big deal and saying this is concocted by his political opponents when it was clear what he was referring to as i think can be reasonably inferred he was talking about the logical thought process that gets veterans to vote for a political party which clearly has since the iraq war and it became politically expedient to blast to the military as a way of blasting george w bush generally opposed everything the united states military did and to top that off a political party that sees itself as on by the constitution and rather looks to change.

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"bob hansen" Discussed on wellRED podcast

wellRED podcast

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"bob hansen" Discussed on wellRED podcast

"That movie's popoint there was like an environmental point right it was like that was a metaphor though we're gonna we're fighting back against the core saying would've met a fork what fuck metaphorically like with they literally start fighting us of course treat like lord of the rings harry potter that that fucking the weapon will and harry potter that does that fun car out yeah yeah i would don't communicate with other trees down he also just bob hansen has that great joke when he says the other day they're teaching the chimp had a lie that's one of our best tricks i saw so many like you know the trees are because i dude so i they communicate well they boys i've had the same neighbors our whole god damn life that don't hit like you sure you there it's like if you next bob and bob dole hit for you that's it dog you be telling bob then one day you just decide i'm gonna warn bob these motherfucking bugs and let him go down but that's why you gotta get along with bob because bob might do that to us they chose her better than us i don't have bob my favorite ever jack hyandi joke thousand jack hand yeah i know this yes if trees could scream would we be so cavalier about cutting them down about well we might be if they screamed all the time and for no real reason then i always hit from fucking crushes my day areas i don't know i don't like thinking about the environment not because i think the trees are gonna come alive but just because well i don't really believe it is going to kill us you know just not that well.

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"bob hansen" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"bob hansen" Discussed on WCHS

"Services we have we need additional resources in our community and that and we'll be continuing to work on that but the key for us though is we're going to do what it takes a few our team will do what it takes to get help to that person when they say they they're ready for so we're not going to go up them until we find something and and sometimes that isn't challenge because of lack of resources and you might well if somebody doesn't want help and you're going are you going to keep going back to that address if like you say you come in you checked on log you see where the overdose was i mean some people are overdosing two or three times in a day are you going to keep going back to that location even if the door get slammed in your face every time are you gonna go how well i think yes we're we're not giving up and we may not be maybe every week or ten days we'll knock on the door if we have some cell phone number we may tech some and and just remind them that were here you know so we're gonna keep a list of people that have said no and we're slowly going to you know keeping trying to engage them because sooner or later we think that they will say yes and we wanna be around when that happened so we can help facilitate them into a program that you're right it's going to be frustrating but at the same time our team is what's so excited about the people that are doing this are quick response team are very highly motivated to to reach out in and help people good luck with that it sounds like one of the potential solutions to this epidemic in west virginia and it it sounds very positive bob hansen with the qr rt program at huntington.

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"bob hansen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"bob hansen" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"No well most of our gun toting zero killers tend to spend relatively little time choosing their weapons bob hansen was a gun nerd placing him among the most insufferable nerds we have to deal with here in america oh my god you know a are stands for armalite some people say stays for all right if all it sounds it's our sounds like a jelly spread also i always get scared of cone i'm good nerds because we know that they are that but they have the gun hansen's weapon of choice was ruger mini fourteen rifle which to me kind of i watched a bunch of youtube clips like a bunch of youtube reviews it kind of seems like the hipster choice over an ar fifteen okay cool kids like you know you do a fifteen like the classic mitty foot teen here's an example am omega family why do you keep your gun and ammo magazine sort of pointing at your playboy here is an example of today's gun nerds having a conversation with himself on youtube about the mini fourteen welcome back to chat tv and today i was going to talk about the ruger mini fourteen i'm not a huge ar fan not that the air is a bad system it just for some reason visually didn't appeal to me god so i did wanna gone that would shoot two to three or five six because that is the cheapest center fire rifle cartridge really gonna get.

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