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"bob morris" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

04:44 min | 3 weeks ago

"bob morris" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"Down the real arm. The alarm. Traveled, Back Night Midi Fan. Fan Girl. Play Screen by. This. Come on. Are you scared. Now. Fund around five wait no, no way what, because we got so many good answers to the. What's the weirdest military name? Okay, then I don't WanNa, Miss that I don't know. What we got so many I. This is from Bob Morris Junior I shit you not. There was a kid with the last name stained in the navy semen stained. At such a good one, also we had a kid in a sub school, whose parents named him galactic battlecruiser. No like I said You promised he said I swear to God. He's gotTA. Swear to God. I. Don't know I met people. In the Marine Corps I knew a Cormon. She was on our team. Her Dad was a marine, so her middle name was Marina Kura. Walk. Believable than tactic, a lot of drill instructors that name their kids K. like they're little girls. cadence Oh yeah I knew cadence You'd be in the grocery store there and they'd be like. Ours Valor Liberty good over here. He's like Oh my God. Rest. Jerry did todd buckle like fourteen kids come running out of the. Sergeant Sergeant was one sargent slaughter. Sergeant Sergeant I served with and we call them square. This last. Three fifty. Three Victory Fifty Let's see private drink water, and so I'm sure they were always making him chug out of his Cantina boot camp. That's A. Doctor with the last name Ho. She got promoted to Major Hill. I love that I know about the nicest officer ever to set fuck. You you would think that if you're at like a formation major. How? Had Been Essentially most from the incidence, yeah! So many good seaman seaman balls was another one somebody laugh named. Klif Man Glady Boston come on the show. Sometimes it'd be semen balls. I knew a kid in junior rotc this Mike. D Hunter Nighthawk just not a funny name, but just an awesome puncher. Nighthawk is fucking bad news. Good one. Their. Last last-named Guzzler Semen Guzzler. One so sergeant major last name Major. Well Glass, Cock. Glass Cock, who just got roasted am not. Commander Cannon is a bad ass. One a good one porter John allocated bootcamp named porter with the last name John You know he got shit on so bad no doubt. We had a native everybody. Sit On that. Recruit right there and take a dump and his laugh. Really, engineers that we had a native American medic. Last name was white killer. But there's so many so many so many so many good needs. We had a recruit rug. Argue G G was always screwing up and our one drill instructors always like. Don't break become over there and cut a rug. Just always such a delight. But going down this list it's on the zero block thirty instagram scroll down, and there are just so many good all the anytime that we asked for the baby girls that come through on social media and do it and they fucking knock-about apart. Oh look. There's this one really lance. Corporal Catherine Manion. Let's move on around five. Gone! Around. Here we go, let's go ahead on route never five. We have a special round because it's a little surprise from me. I'm very excited about this. Let's cue the jeopardy theme music..

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"bob morris" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:03 min | 6 months ago

"bob morris" Discussed on AP News

"Rose status sets you apart it gives you a special social role in our society Bob Morris at University College London says being a member of the royal family is very different from your celebrity it's very difficult for you to put the hat on and take it off no you cannot be harmful and Harry and Meghan stated desire to not be reliant on public funds it's a tricky one given their inescapable oil connection so far the understanding his be that they cannot be use for a commercial activities questions about taxes who pays for security and other details of their new roles remain unresolved I'm Ben Thomas

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Queen's summit: Key questions on Prince Harry's future

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 6 months ago

Queen's summit: Key questions on Prince Harry's future

"Rose status sets you apart it gives you a special social role in our society Bob Morris at University College London says being a member of the royal family is very different from your celebrity it's very difficult for you to put the hat on and take it off no you cannot be harmful and Harry and Meghan stated desire to not be reliant on public funds it's a tricky one given their inescapable oil connection so far the understanding his be that they cannot be use for a commercial activities questions about taxes who pays for security and other details of their new roles remain unresolved I'm Ben Thomas

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"bob morris" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

08:40 min | 8 months ago

"bob morris" Discussed on Car Talk

"Five. Hello you're on carts. Look I'm calling about my Ford Explorer. Who are you my name is Sweetie Marbury very sweet? Yes thanks my dad named me. That's your real name. Well it's the only name I've really ever had My Dad started calling me sweetie eighty before I was born and Lou. It's always stuck with me but you have a different name. One on your birth certificate. Yes I do not want to know what it is. I don't tell anyone the I live Durango Colorado in the southwestern part of Colorado and I teach school in Cortez Colorado and so I- commute like like one hundred miles every day and I go over to mountains in my Ford Explorer and I have a one hundred ninety one thousand miles on it and just recently recently my fifth gear. This is why I'm calling my my fifth year. I had to push it into fifth gear and my reverse Kinda crunches when I go into reverse. I and my mechanic said he wanted me to Spend about a thousand dollars on a rebuilt transmission. He's right Oh gosh well I was hoping not. What are you complaining about a hundred ninety one thousand miles on this thing? You've been kissed some people you just can't make them happy you know. I've been driving it as it is and and it's okay. Once I get it into fifth gear I push it and you can do that for a long time. Well you can't do. Any more damage has has already been done at this point. You need a transmission replacement. It's broken well so you keep driving. If that's what Su- keepdriving driving it. I guess that's my question. Should look for another car but my question is if we start referring to you as sweetie we're going to start getting calls from like the ACLU now now why are they calling her sweetie. What kind of male chauvinist pigs are they? Mayor Calls Me Sweetie and the county Commissioners Commie Sweetie an Dan. How about if I changed my name Sweetie are you kidding me? People would see trust. Stoop is your bits. That's it uh-huh okay so you don't really Miss Mildred. No I'm not going to tell but my real name is all your hairdresser knows it's on the birth certificate and it's a legal name but I never have have gone by it all my life through school through work through teaching great. That really is my name Sweetie. I teach drama at Cortez. High school excellent and I've been teaching over here about eighteen years and so I've gone through three cars and a Ford explorer has been a very reliable car until this time and and I don't know whether I should buy a car. Now you don't find you you can first of all you can drive it just the way it is because there's is no further damage that you can do except your psyche. Oh I see and also if you get tired of shoving into fifth year the hell would fifth gear. Go the fourth gear fourth gear. If I stay in force no you want and if you're worried that having the transmission be in the state that it's in might be doing damage to something else. It's not all good. Just keep going be as happy as a clam. I am happy to know that Sweetie I knew you would. Well you guys are great. Thanks for the advice. Get your opinion. Appreciate it so you sweetie thank you but my wife is dead. What eight car talk heads? Eight changed my handsome high handsome. And I'd say hi there. What what if I say after Freddie boom boom then then I could say hi there? Eight two seven eight two five five the lawyer on car talk. Hey guys. This is Bob Morris from Rockville Maryland. Hey Bob I understand you guys went to mit and I went to MIT. So I have this high tech question and for you. What course were you in? Court costs six electrical engineering when to which is the honors program. Oh point didn't talk to them hello to you. We were disorder discharge program flunkies. Here's my problem. Yeah we have a thirteen year old dog. It's name is Jay and for years he would ride with us in the back seat of the car. You're in his car bed wearing a harness with a seatbelt through it and even on trips up to three hours. He was a perfect gentleman. We recently replaced my my wife's car with the Audi a six two point seven turbo. Oh I know what happened. He Goes Berserk. All really he just goes crazy. What did you have before the A six? My wife's car was a nineteen ninety Mercedes. Three hundred Oh boy it. One four hundred. which card did you write in predominantly Both cars both cars both cars. He was perfectly alright both. He's six point. Seven me in the back seat is a little different from the three hundred e the smaller it's narrower hardly enough to make them go nutso. What else could bother other him? Smell smell of the leather of the leather. That was one thought that we had and that is that you know this is a new car. It has a new car smell and the leather in an e is quite different from the leather in an a six and not only the leather. I'm beginning to think it's not the leather but but it's the stuff that looks like leather. All the plastic does he flipped out. Even if you're not moving Yes I think the smell of the outgassing from the chemicals in the plastic of the doors and the dashboard is what's freaking him out. I don't forget a dog's nose. Is something like five thousand times more sensitive one thousand nine hundred fourteen hundred. I didn't know that this fourteen hundred times sensitive then well case double maybe no I mean the the German cars seemed to have new. German cars seem to have some very strange stuff that emanates from the dashboard cash board and the plastic inside the car. And it's you'll notice. You probably have noticed already that when you leave the car for a long time with the windows closed I you come back and the windshield is all foggy. Been Smoking cigars in there. And it's really your wife who sneaks out at night uh-huh and it's in. The stuff is tough too often. It's coming from the plastic. But I I think it's I think you're GonNa have to just wait it out because don't forget got a dog. Smell is five thousand times as powerful as a human waste the any any of these the odorized have never had one of these things hanging from the the real. I think you're GONNA put in the car. Something dog likes. You may have to cover the seat with dog. Food Sprinkler on all over the place and let the dog in the air. Let them have a field day. Let them eat up everything in the smash as long food in there and it may become a more pleasant place to the dog. I've got it you make a muzzle out of beef jerky and you put it on them. mm-hmm so that's all he's smell smells beef jerky and I bet you. He'll be just as comments can be I like it. Give it a try Bob. He later. I'm sure all the questions just took an MIT. We'll help you device By doing the mechanics you think okay things. Nice the call. Thanks Okay Tommy. It's time for your weekly puzzle hints. Go ahead go ahead. I fill in the black. This was the first year in a long time that you didn't make your annual blank. Resolution did make my annual work less than last year resolution. So it must be New Year's resolution very very good. I got something right. She that's good. Here's another one yeah. Blank comes but once a year I know that one was the irs. If only all the answer is Christmas. The puzzle was about Christmas and New.

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"bob morris" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

07:05 min | 8 months ago

"bob morris" Discussed on Car Talk

"For another car but my question is if we start referring to you as sweetie we're going to start getting calls from like the ACLU now now why are they calling her sweetie. What kind of male chauvinist pigs are they? Mayor Calls Me Sweetie and the county Commissioners Commie Sweetie an Dan. How about if I changed my name Sweetie are you kidding me? People would see trust. Stoop is your bits. That's it uh-huh okay so you don't really Miss Mildred. No I'm not going to tell but my real name is all your hairdresser knows it's on the birth certificate and it's a legal name but I never have have gone by it all my life through school through work through teaching great. That really is my name Sweetie. I teach drama at Cortez. High school excellent and I've been teaching over here about eighteen years and so I've gone through three cars and a Ford explorer has been a very reliable car until this time and and I don't know whether I should buy a car. Now you don't find you you can first of all you can drive it just the way it is because there's is no further damage that you can do except your psyche. Oh I see and also if you get tired of shoving into fifth year the hell would fifth gear. Go the fourth gear fourth gear. If I stay in force no you want and if you're worried that having the transmission be in the state that it's in might be doing damage to something else. It's not all good. Just keep going be as happy as a clam. I am happy to know that Sweetie I knew you would. Well you guys are great. Thanks for the advice. Get your opinion. Appreciate it so you sweetie thank you by one. Eight eight eight car talk heads. Eight changed my handsome high handsome. And I'd say hi there. What what if I say after Freddie boom boom then then I could say hi there? Eight two seven eight two five five the lawyer on car talk. Hey guys. This is Bob Morris from Rockville Maryland. Hey Bob I understand you guys went to mit and I went to MIT. So I have this high tech question and for you. What course were you in? Court costs six electrical engineering when to which is the honors program. Oh point didn't talk to them hello to you. We were disorder discharge program flunkies. Here's my problem. Yeah we have a thirteen year old dog. It's name is Jay and for years he would ride with us in the back seat of the car. You're in his car bed wearing a harness with a seatbelt through it and even on trips up to three hours. He was a perfect gentleman. We recently replaced my my wife's car with the Audi a six two point seven turbo. Oh I know what happened. He Goes Berserk. All really he just goes crazy. What did you have before the A six? My wife's car was a nineteen ninety Mercedes. Three hundred Oh boy it. One four hundred. which card did you write in predominantly Both cars both cars both cars. He was perfectly alright both. He's six point. Seven me in the back seat is a little different from the three hundred e the smaller it's narrower hardly enough to make them go nutso. What else could bother other him? Smell smell of the leather of the leather. That was one thought that we had and that is that you know this is a new car. It has a new car smell and the leather in an e is quite different from the leather in an a six and not only the leather. I'm beginning to think it's not the leather but but it's the stuff that looks like leather. All the plastic does he flipped out. Even if you're not moving Yes I think the smell of the outgassing from the chemicals in the plastic of the doors and the dashboard is what's freaking him out. I don't forget a dog's nose. Is something like five thousand times more sensitive one thousand nine hundred fourteen hundred. I didn't know that this fourteen hundred times sensitive then well case double maybe no I mean the the German cars seemed to have new. German cars seem to have some very strange stuff that emanates from the dashboard cash board and the plastic inside the car. And it's you'll notice. You probably have noticed already that when you leave the car for a long time with the windows closed I you come back and the windshield is all foggy. Been Smoking cigars in there. And it's really your wife who sneaks out at night uh-huh and it's in. The stuff is tough too often. It's coming from the plastic. But I I think it's I think you're GonNa have to just wait it out because don't forget got a dog. Smell is five thousand times as powerful as a human waste the any any of these the odorized have never had one of these things hanging from the the real. I think you're GONNA put in the car. Something dog likes. You may have to cover the seat with dog. Food Sprinkler on all over the place and let the dog in the air. Let them have a field day. Let them eat up everything in the smash as long food in there and it may become a more pleasant place to the dog. I've got it you make a muzzle out of beef jerky and you put it on them. mm-hmm so that's all he's smell smells beef jerky and I bet you. He'll be just as comments can be I like it. Give it a try Bob. He later. I'm sure all the questions just took an MIT. We'll help you device By doing the mechanics you think okay things. Nice the call. Thanks Okay Tommy. It's time for your weekly puzzle hints. Go ahead go ahead. I fill in the black. This was the first year in a long time that you didn't make your annual blank. Resolution did make my annual work less than last year resolution. So it must be New Year's resolution very very good. I got something right. She that's good. Here's another one yeah. Blank comes but once a year I know that one was the irs. If only all the answer is Christmas. The puzzle was about Christmas and New Year's Day. And we'll be back with the answer in just about a minute. It's got.

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"bob morris" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:18 min | 11 months ago

"bob morris" Discussed on Here & Now

"Collaborative. 's narrowly be formed but also be effective in terms of trying to do with forest health issues which is really exciting. That's exactly exactly what's happening. Around the shasta trinity national forest and getting here has been a major shift weaverville grew up around taking things from the land first gold then timber then clearcut logging practices sharpened old tensions into the timber wars of the nineteen eighties and nineties industry on one side environmentalists on the other. You either wanted to use the forest or to protect it sunshine and there's nowhere to hide in a small town so any place people met was a battleground including including this restaurant the trinity alps golf course that's where i'm meet environmentalist. Bob morris was terrible. Death threats were common. People were arming themselves. The forest tore this town apart but over time it brought people back together partly because fire was a risk and partly because what was happening opening wasn't working for anybody when she find areas of agreement you can make progress in progress was huge. The lead to morris's neighbor was the enemy a logger today. They're both part of diverse group. Stewarding the community forest mutual chore respect is hugely dissimilar interests working together and finding common ground and moving forward and making progress. It's finished huge. I'm proud of it at the change. Here isn't just in how people live with each other. It's how they live with. The forest. Not managing is not an effective tool for managing the washed also at lunch with us. Kelly sheen headed the county resource conservation district. He was a kid during the timber wars eating the forest blackberries and running its trails. Take it for granted now. He wants to take care of the forest for the long term and sciences clear. Suppressing fire isn't the best way to do that. I think it's just now that we're starting to understand what fire brings to the ecology of the land anymore. It doesn't seem such a stark choice here between using the forest and protecting it. The people now say the weaverville community forest is proof. They've sold timber from overdone stands and use the money to cover the costs of restoring areas. Most at risk for fire bowl of this isn't just based on what we want is based on science alex cousins sales manager at the trinity river lumber mill but he used to have kelly sheen's job now now he sheen bob morris nicolette are part of a collaborative group. The one approved that this kind of ecologically responsible logging could make millions of acres of federal forest orest less firepower because of the timber wars federal logging took a nosedive in the nineteen ninety s that put a lot of people out of work had fourteen mills. This is the last one standing the county's largest private employer. We've got all our eggs in this basket. There's no doubt we're the next generation that's coming forward and take that you know we wanna see these fours managed. We wanna see this mill as part of that not as the sole reason for that and we're tired of living in smoke all around weaverville our federal forest lands where officials spend more than five times as much fighting fires suppressing them as they do preparing for their inevitable return. We leave it alone at burns. That's probably the one constant and if you thin it out those trees could get bigger and that along with clearing vegetation and controlled burns can make a big big fire lay down crews from nicholas watershed center doing that wherever they can the spring they thinned out man's hans anita in a dense patch of pines one guy fires at torch like a rocket into a pile of cut shrouds aw fire scientists agree that controlled burns make forests healthier and wildfires less catastrophic but over the last fifteen years in california the u._s. U._s. forest service has rarely done them data gathered by the nonprofit news organization climate central show that wildfires have seared ten times more federal forest land. The plan burns have protected people. Here aren't waiting for the federal government anymore over and over in trinity county. I heard this that our forests.

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"bob morris" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:18 min | 11 months ago

"bob morris" Discussed on Here & Now

"Collaborative. 's narrowly be formed but also be effective in terms of trying to do with forest health issues which is really exciting. That's exactly exactly what's happening. Around the shasta trinity national forest and getting here has been a major shift weaverville grew up around taking things from the land first gold then timber then clearcut logging practices sharpened old tensions into the timber wars of the nineteen eighties and nineties industry on one side environmentalists on the other. You either wanted to use the forest or to protect it sunshine and there's nowhere to hide in a small town so any place people met was a battleground including including this restaurant the trinity alps golf course that's where i'm meet environmentalist. Bob morris was terrible. Death threats were common. People were arming themselves. The forest tore this town apart but over time it brought people back together partly because fire was a risk and partly because what was happening opening wasn't working for anybody when she find areas of agreement you can make progress in progress was huge. The lead to morris's neighbor was the enemy a logger today. They're both part of diverse group. Stewarding the community forest mutual chore respect is hugely dissimilar interests working together and finding common ground and moving forward and making progress. It's finished huge. I'm proud of it at the change. Here isn't just in how people live with each other. It's how they live with. The forest. Not managing is not an effective tool for managing the washed also at lunch with us. Kelly sheen headed the county resource conservation district. He was a kid during the timber wars eating the forest blackberries and running its trails. Take it for granted now. He wants to take care of the forest for the long term and sciences clear. Suppressing fire isn't the best way to do that. I think it's just now that we're starting to understand what fire brings to the ecology of the land anymore. It doesn't seem such a stark choice here between using the forest and protecting it. The people now say the weaverville community forest is proof. They've sold timber from overdone stands and use the money to cover the costs of restoring areas. Most at risk for fire bowl of this isn't just based on what we want is based on science alex cousins sales manager at the trinity river lumber mill but he used to have kelly sheen's job now now he sheen bob morris nicolette are part of a collaborative group. The one approved that this kind of ecologically responsible logging could make millions of acres of federal forest orest less firepower because of the timber wars federal logging took a nosedive in the nineteen ninety s that put a lot of people out of work had fourteen mills. This is the last one standing the county's largest private employer. We've got all our eggs in this basket. There's no doubt we're the next generation that's coming forward and take that you know we wanna see these fours managed. We wanna see this mill as part of that not as the sole reason for that and we're tired of living in smoke all around weaverville our federal forest lands where officials spend more than five times as much fighting fires suppressing them as they do preparing for their inevitable return. We leave it alone at burns. That's probably the one constant and if you thin it out those trees could get bigger and that along with clearing vegetation and controlled burns can make a big big fire lay down crews from nicholas watershed center doing that wherever they can the spring they thinned out man's hans anita in a dense patch of pines one guy fires at torch like a rocket into a pile of cut shrouds aw fire scientists agree that controlled burns make forests healthier and wildfires less catastrophic but over the last fifteen years in california the u._s. U._s. forest service has rarely done them data gathered by the nonprofit news organization climate central show that wildfires have seared ten times more federal forest land. The plan burns have protected people. Here aren't waiting for the federal government anymore over and over in trinity county. I heard this that our forests.

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"bob morris" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"bob morris" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Hey. Most. Gets come. That's great Suman. Awesome. Oh, yeah. Use that every once in a while. That's just too good. It's been a long time since we've rotated some in. Yeah. We gotta got to get back into that into that business salvo on his way in he's tweeted, I'll see you soon guy. Love guy who ran frozen ran animation for Disney's frozen won the Oscar for that is switched over to paramount studios animation. And now he's with a new studio with his directorial debut. That's cool. Oh, that's terrific. I'm excited. I didn't realize he directed it. Either. All right, southern California has a straw band. And I think Mark Thompson had the best take on it early on that. There are some people that aren't willing to give up anything even a straw roof. Such a big shock. It ruins my lunch man scores draw. Really that's known people to give up cars or playing, right? You know, you know, swimming or bathing. It's just you can still get a Strobe. You just have to ask you another pulling hundreds of pounds of plastic out of these animals that are dying. All these little plastic beats washing up plastic in the oceans, killing these these animals, you think eventually that animals they always adjust. And that's why they've been around for millions of years, you think eventually that lures will be made out of plastic bags that they'll crave. Plastic so much. I think actually I have hopes. Yeah. Very nice. Just kind of dreams. It's kind of a perverse scenario. It'll be a little tiny two inch by two inch Vons bag you put on your hook. Right. And that's you throw it in. They're like, oh, the fish like there's more plateau, but you need the. Yeah. You need the logo. It can't just be a plane plastic bag. It's gotta have the logo. That's right. And fishing. The fish off south Florida waters, especially like the public's plastic bag. Yep. That's right. And that's Kroger's up in the northeast or wherever. And then there's one guy who's getting more fish than everyone. Like, what are you using? I'm using a little plastic bag. I'm using a little plastic bag to minds fill with little straws. Mine has microbial so wrong. Draw and everybody. Here we go face wash on mine Malibu is one city that said goodbye offering plastic straws leaving restaurants to get creative when serving up straw worthy beverages. Like Bob Morris of the paradise cove beach cafe which has straws made from pasta, by way, that's really cool place paradise beach. Cafe. Oh, yeah. You've been out there. Yeah. It's up. It's up to coast. Yeah. Yes, cheap. It's like like a hamburger. There's like fifty cents on the ocean. I'm sure. Bob moore. Election. Of the paradise cove beach cafe which has straws made from pasta think boy, I think. Knows draws better. Here's the deal. It's it's not that big a deal there other things you can make straws bender. We talked about this before. Right. You can make a lot of things. It doesn't have to be plastic. Can we please bleep? Pasta. Okay. Pasta pasta. The whole thing. No, not the whole thing. Does he saying leave the first little bit of the first the first part? Yeah. I've been doing this long time, Mark. I'm just telling you what he was saying. I'm just telling you I've been here for one. Okay. I was just Bob Morris of the paradise cove beach cafe which has straws made from. Got rid of it last part. Okay. I know what you're doing which has straws made from think hard top which has straws made from thank hard. Dried penny pasta without the pasta. Being chopped up about six hundred thousand straws since we on a beta test here we've had four people talk about him. You'd be hard pressed to drink one of his concoctions without one most the cafes beverages come in pineapple coconut or watermelon. That's actually, very good idea. That's very creative because pasta breakdown immediately eventually get soft. But immediately does stay pretty hard and you can use that. And then eat it. Sure. Then each you straw. What the hell eventually they plastic Cup is going to be made out of pasta too. I love it. It's like, oh what you get the Ford. Pasta driving a pasta around. That's pretty cool that. It's not bad in the rain. It gets a little does, you know, we'll flat. But it's pretty cool. If you can avoid the rain so Morris dreamed up a pasta straw that. Does the job without any taste challenges?.

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"bob morris" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

11:34 min | 1 year ago

"bob morris" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The grim days of the winter and spring of seventeen eighty one, but I like the payoff when Rochambeau meets Washington at his headquarters. Good evening to you. Bob. Good evening. John Rochambeau lands with fifty five hundred regulars beautifully turned out French veterans wearing their white uniforms. The picture you paint is spectacular. Russia. Mbo is there to meet with Washington? What? What does Washington one from Russia Mbo, and what does Russia Mbo one from Washington? Well, what they want from each other is to work out a joint strategy that they can both agree to to defeat the British defeat the British now Washington's idea I learned from you is to attack New York where he was driven out many years before he spent all these years sort of wondering the landscape between Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York. Always being chased losing most of the battles he fights. In fact, he might have lost everyone, but not eventually being brought to bear by the British who's at New York that he wants to attack. Bob. Well, New York is the headquarters of the British commander in chief for North America. Henry Clinton General Henry Clinton, he has his headquarters fair, and they are about seven thousand British troops. That are arrayed around New York in a defensive posture in northern New Jersey on Long Island and along Long Island Sound so Clinton has an overwhelming force. Washington doesn't have near enough troops to attack that Rochambeau brings him fifty five hundred and he proposes to attack superior force dug in in a major city. What is Rochambeau say in response? Well, Rochambeau is under orders to. Comply with Washington's. Orders body hopes it can work out a joint strategy one thing that you didn't mention John was that the Royal Navy really dominated the waters around New York, and they were in Long Island sign they were in the Hudson, and they ran the East River, so any pack. On New York itself on Manhattan would have to cross a waterway. And that's why Russia Mbo is correct. In saying, a general, I respect you. But New York is well is well provided for by the navy and the army I have a squadron in the West Indies under an Admiral of French Admiral degrasse who will come north only as far as the Chesapeake. And that's what persuades Washington Rochambeau have in mind. Rochambeau favors marching from New York to the Yorktown peninsula were. General Cornwallis has established in the navy base. And this movement of it will have to be over land. And some of it will be by water down the Chesapeake Bay. Now. That's a spectacular proposal. They're five hundred miles from the peninsula, Yorktown peninsula from Williamsburg and Washington has a ragtag army that hasn't been paid in about five hundred years. Many of them wear homespun. They don't have uniforms. Many of them are barefoot and Rochambeau who has these brilliantly turned out troops who are all well paid. He's proposing to Washington they March five hundred miles across the British lines to to Virginia. And what is Washington thing? Washington is an Italy reluctant. But when he learns to that Admiral de Grasse will on each sale as far north as the Chesapeake. He goes along with Rochambeau plan. All right. So there reluctantly so this is the American long March five hundred miles through territory. You can't say is quite a friendly because the British any point could interrupt so they start they crossed the Hudson. And they marched through New Jersey. Now, there is one faints at Washington agrees to across from Staten Island. What is it Bob? That's correct. Once he reaches northern New Jersey. He faints slightly tore in the direction of the northern jersey shore across from Staten Island to give the impression that he is preparing to cross. Onto Staten Island as a prelude to an attack on Manhattan itself and Clinton buys it. And actually, we need we need to characterize Clinton. Was he considered to be a good commander in chief for North America? Clinton was a very experienced general. In fact. He had participated in the seven years war in Germany. He was at Bunker Hill in Boston. He led to attacks on Charleston one in seventeen seventy six it was we're falls, but then he sailed south again in seventeen eighty and actually manage to lay siege and capture Charleston after which he returned back to New York and left general Cornwallis in charge at Charleston. Yes, he was very experienced general. I was fifty one years old and had been in the service quite a while. But I learned from you that the relationship between Cornwallis and Clinton is critical, and it was not positive in fact, Cornwallis resented Clinton's vague orders that kept changing. So now, we need to turn to work on Wallace says Lafayette with inferior force has been shadowing Cornwallis who was left the Carolinas March into Virginia just Cornwall. Why does Cornwallis back into a peninsula? What's he what's he think is going to happen to him? Well, first of all his army was pretty worn down in the Carolinas. And he had original orders from general Clinton that he was to pacify both south and North Carolina. And then he was the March diverge Inya. Well, in fact, he did not pacify either, South Carolina or North Carolina. General green was still there with the southern American army and the partisans were still quite quite active. But. Disregarding Geno Clinton's original waters to him. He marched north into Virginia where he hoped to disrupt the recruitment effort of the patriots. They were recruiting men in Virginia at the March South in the Carolinas. Lafayette. However, a young Lafayette shadows that army and at one point he gets into an ambush. Well, actually, he meets overwhelming force. But that fr it seems to frighten Cornwallis he doesn't know how many are out there. And he doesn't know whether whether Lafayette is capable of defeating him in the field. So on Wallace seems to flinch back from Lafayette is that correct? Yes. That is correct. And another reason that he whipped through back. Well, originally, the Portsmouth and eventually moved to Yorktown was that he was receiving instructions from general Clinton in New York that he was to return a portion of his army to New York. And so Wallace is getting mixed orders from Clinton he backs himself into peninsula is expecting to get relieved. Does he does? He have the promise of British feet a fleet showing up off of Yorktown. Yes. In different correspondents that he was receiving from Clinton general Clinton Clinton assured him that he would be provided with reinforcements be required. But it wasn't true. I mean, that's what's striking to me Cornwallis puts himself into a trap with no guarantee that he can get off of that peninsula. Correct. That's true. And there was only one way to break out, and that was to cross the York river over Glaus, Chester point. And then try to March north up into Virginia. All right now, the detail here about Robert Morris, it doesn't sound very romantic to talk about a a paymaster, but Robert Morris's in Philadelphia and Washington's armies not been paid for a long time. Robert Morris has to provide not only money, but all of the all of the planning a we today would make a big deal about this all the roads that are to be taken for those five hundred miles. So Morris the way I read your book. Bob Morris is the the undecorated hero of of this campaign. I would definitely say so he was the newly appointed secretary of financing with appointed by the continental congress, and he had no military experience whatsoever. He was a merchant. In fact, he was born right here about six miles from where I'm sitting right now in eastern Maryland at Oxford, but he volunteered his services to the country and one-seat took on that job. He did a superb job in planning. He borrowed money. There was no money in the in the treasury at that time. So he his contacts a borrowed money from different bankers. Even put up some of his own fortune to aid the continental army the other thing that he did he appointed contracting officers that would move ahead of the army and provide contracts for food stops for shipping and so forth. But make sure the army was properly supplied as it was moving south and Russia Mbo offers the French half half. Crowns, silver, half crowns to pay for the army when the army after it. Philadelphia. Proceeds to head of Maryland where the major portion of the army is to embark on ships and sailed on the Chesapeake to time. There's only one problem the troops had not yet been paid and Robert Morris at expanded all of his funds that he had. So he goes to Rochambeau and asked if Rochambeau will pay the troops out of his own war chest with the promise that the United States would make good on that loan and general Rochambeau agrees to do that the men are paid, and they agree to board the ships and sailed down the Chesapeake. Yes, let us all remember that when we disdain the French that Rochambeau offers all the money he has and the French crown has been supplying the Americans for many years. This could lead to a shortage that will lead to the French revolution. But Rochambeau in addition to this is superior military officer. I'm speaking to rob ten sack. The book is seventeen Eighty-one the decisive year, the revolutionary war. They set sail down the Chesapeake to land your. Town to Leonard Williamsburg, and thus.

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"bob morris" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"bob morris" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Down here to tell us how to do things. After they got tired of Florida. So just out of curiosity. I'm filling in for Mark garrison. Charlotte at six coming up next hour, what got you to Charlotte North Carolina where are you from? How'd you get here? What made you decide to relocate to Charlotte? Seven four five seven seven ten to the WBZ newsroom, we go and Mike Doyle, Charlotte was the North Carolina. My ninth state of my radio career. What were the others? I'll see we started in Louisiana to Arkansas, Florida. Georgia Wyoming, Indiana. Missouri. Who am I leaving out? We'll get North Carolina where in Wyoming Jackson Hole, I k mountain KMT and my first radio job after graduated from LSU got my in my Vega and drove from Baton Rouge all the way up to up to Jackson Hole and the guy who owned it wasn't named John gayer was he no actually the guy who owned it as as famous one of the most famous people. No, no, not Kurt gowdy. His name was captain Bob Bob Morris, and he's actually a descendant of people who signed. I think a Robert Morris who signed the constitution. And there's a statue of Robert Morris in downtown Chicago. And captain Bob was very eccentric guy on that station. He paid me when I left in a box of Susan B, Anthony dollars. Wow. He also used to carry two dollar bills in his in his lapel pocket all the time because he felt it was the patriotic duty of all Americans to to get those two dollar bills into circulation. He also would carry his own utensils and his own beer mug in his briefcase, and we would go to the mangy Mussa popular drinking establishment over Jackson's ski resort. He would always use his own utensils and bring out his big oversized beer mug. And then he would offer you some beer out of his beer market, a cheaper price than to main would offer it to see if you were smart enough to take it to buy cheaper, isn't that bizarre. I may be spending a couple of days in Jackson this this summer rally. Definitely one of the most beautiful spots on the map in anywhere in the world. We used to go to Jackson and Steamboat Springs to escape the Texans that we're going to Vail in Winter Park and all of that stuff. They were steamboat Jackson were undiscovered can't say that anymore. That is is such an amazing place. I mean, not just for this game, the summertime crowds are even bigger millions of people with Yellowstone and grand Teton. Park right there. But one of the greatest years of my life. Unfortunately, I have only been back once in thirty plus years since I I work there. But. Very memories. But anyway, back to the news, President Trump canceling a planned overseas trip for Nancy Pelosi and other lawmakers after moved to delay his state of the union speech day after house speaker Nancy Pelosi, urged the president to postpone his state of the union address. The president has denied a military aircraft friend overseas trip that Pelosi plan to take beginning today in a letter to Pelosi the president road due to the shutdown. I'm sorry to inform you that your trip to Brussels. Egypt Afghanistan has been postponed. He continued in light of the eight hundred thousand great American workers. Not receiving pay. I am sure you would agree that postponing. This public relations event is totally appropriate. Pelosi has not taken part in negotiations with the president since last week at the White House, Jon decker, Fox News. Newstalk.

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"bob morris" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"bob morris" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Rhythm dance right now. Really quick if I could just talk about in on January twelfth with which is a Saturday having another big volunteer day at San Miguel community garden, and Brian is going to be teaching a class on how to prune near fruit trees, so they have an orchard there. So that will be one of the stations will be set up like a like our last volunteer day, which was a bunch of teaching stations. So this time we're talking about Prunier fruit trees, we're going to be making our own sauerkraut. So because that will be the time that we're harvesting cabbage. And then we're going to be talking about preparing your spring garden. Very nice, very nice location of semi Miguel. It's a thirty nine thirty nine Bradley road. So it's right near Rancho in gallon. And then there's other options out there for pruning classes. I I'm a big fan of Bob Morris who a lot of you know, garden people might know locally. Yes. Call him in the review journal like oh, that's right. Yeah. Every saturday. Yeah. He's got his extreme horticulture blog as well. But he does a class usually at some point in December. He does a a fruit tree pruning class. And I'm actually gonna have all our farmers go to it. It's a great one to one class for people. Or even if you are familiar at said, great refresher on certain little tips and notes about certain crops and varieties of things. So it's a great class as well. Yeah. There is a bit of an art to it for sure where do you cut the list? Above the Najah, the nodes or whatever. You know, how long and you can shape your trees. That's one of the things I've found is I try to keep my true shape. So they're pretty they're not just growing all awkward like you. Don't want them to taller. There's he can't reach the fruit. Right. That's one of the big trees. So I'm picking figs, and I said to my girlfriend how about those up there. And she goes those are for the birds. Okay. The birds are eating bugs, though, let him go. The other is the pomegranate now last year when I bought this house in this time of year. I look at it had these nice red pomegranate still on the tree picked them. They're wonderful this year, the pomegranates are almost a rust red and all of them are split open and covered with bugs Di water too much or you may just got into the fruit too late. You know once once things start cracking. Then you know, you gotta you gotta grab them before last year. They were none of the fruits were that. I saw on the street where cracked yeah. Larger last year to know, I've still got the same size. Okay. But these are all cracked and the skins are darker almost a Brown instead of red. Okay. That's a real dark reddish Brown. Certify over water in the spring, quite a few things. So we'd have to kind of Delvin and. Phosphorus phosphorus will help with the fruit production production and help to prevent cracking. This is a fertilizer. Yeah. That's the middle number on those three numbers that are on the fertilizer. It's nitrogen phosphorus potassium. So it's shoots fruits and roots. Yeah. I know the wastewater treatment plant they can pull that phosphorus out and make pellets out of it. Oh nice. And then they put them an airplane and fly over fields and dump it that way. Great used for the phosphorus Foshan. Okay. So we talked about trimming fruit. Trees is a good time to be planning for chase. Yeah. Definitely falls. Great. Because I mean, if you're planning them in spring instead, then they're gonna get you hit by the summary. And faster, so platinum in the fall gives you a better chance, they get kind of acclimated better in most things are it right now. So you can just order Beirut, or, you know, just go to town, really. And this is the time where they're focusing less on the upper energy like the leaves and more on the rue energy. So yes, they're just kind of going to sleep and just put in three cherry trees. How often should I water them? Now. Now. Well. There's still a few leaves on them other than whatever for, you know, not a lot. But few a couple of times a week right now infrequent indeed is what you want to do. But then when they go dormant, you could go like once or twice a month. Really?.

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"bob morris" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

13:46 min | 1 year ago

"bob morris" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"What's happening? Thanks for joining us. Ted Robinson too, busy, man. He always does Pac twelve football. Now. He's doing pack will basketball USC, Robert Morris. And of course, he's the voice of your forty nine. Thrashing of the raiders with Nick Mullins behind senators we're going to get into that as well. Ted joins us courtesy of the gas line. Hey, ted. Hey, guys. I got to say one thing. I give you guys credit. I listened yesterday. And you make Mike Montgomery. Sounds funny. I get mad is a huge hat tip to both. That's what we do. He said before he came on. He wanted intelligent questions. So we did our best. I love it. I can give it him the glue forever because he's actually pretty witty clever guy. You just never let you see that. You guys drew it out of them. Well does. Yeah. He's good Ted. We try we try our best. I get a little nugget for you. If you if you want one that you may not have uncovered this yourself, but since you're doing Bob Morris tonight. And the only reason I remember this is unreal sports. A few years ago. Robert Morris was the first college in the country. To give scholarships for video games for like, you play video games. They give you a scholarship for. If you're if you're a really good at a video like a certain video game. I guess you could earn a scholarship to Robert Morris. Oh my God. That's awesome. I can't wait. I'm gonna go back in there's a women's game going on now. So when they're over the men come out to shoot, I'm to go over to ask any of those guys and you guys majoring in four night. Raise your head. Come on. Probably get their ass kicked by those guys playing for Robert Morris. What is it before? I before we get to the football. Obviously, we've talked a little bit about the Pac twelve this week, football and basketball and house just it hasn't really there hasn't been all out of their their recently with the boy or basketball. What's the story with that? See this year is supposed to be. Well, you know, they have. They've got talent. Yeah. Field Enfield is he you know, he he his one assistant coach is involved in that federal trial and bad. So he had to go and he's been replaced by another guy from the AAU ranks. Unfortunately, we're college basketball is now, and you know. Mike, Mike would have been much better to talk about this yesterday given that he was on the committees that are supposed to make recommendations. But the influence is still everywhere. You know, you had guys. I mean, look you had guys in this trial last week where he's agents who were found guilty. You're saying that so-and-so's offered one hundred thousand dollars and they end up playing a Duke. Okay. So I'm just saying, you know, and of course, you know, certain people get to a level where they're not questioned about that. And I think my chefs that has has risen to that level. But. Pretty much gives you an idea. It's everywhere. And so, you know, Tommy your school. I don't know where it's gonna end up you. It's not good at Bill self a Kansas. I can't fathom that that's hard pressed for me to see that happen. Yeah. I agree. We also got into the conversation. We were just talking in general you're talking about basketball. But yesterday, we got into the whole football discussion. Why do you think the the Pac twelve is fallen off in comparison to a lot of the other conference was obviously the SEC they're not gonna obviously the pack. Twelve is not going to go to to the playoffs this year. And there's been some up and downs. And some people tried to say all they beat up on each other. But that's not really the case. Why do you think it's happened like that? In which sport, John football football football. Well, I think I mean, again, we could do a long winded thing on that. So to bullet point this a little bit. You have every every conference in every sport has a signature program. Arizona is the signature program valley basketball for this conference, USC and football. And they have not recovered from the sanctions, they haven't come back from that they'd had moments, but they haven't reestablish themselves at the top of the sports, and I think that's a big part of it. And then you had a team that was basically doing what I did one time. He was the eighties when they took over for UCLA you had that program at Oregon. But then chip Kelly last and Oregon hasn't been able to sustain what chip did there. What five years that was extraordinarily? So I mean, I I really do think that's part of it. And we still have challenges. The vast majority of football players are coming from the Gulf states from Ohio, Pennsylvania, Southern Cal. Out here. But I mean, look at look at the, you know, how many football players are coming from Phoenix the top level football players from the state of Arizona, not many not many from the state of Oregon, not many from the state of Washington. So these are all factors to be in their bullet points that all contribute that I think the conference is actually pretty good shape. Top to bottom. The top is probably not as strong as the top teams in the other leagues. That's what we're seeing in the CFO. Oh, man. It seems like a long time ago. We got we usually get talked about the game that was Sunday last week was Thursday. But yeah, I'm just wondering it to me. I don't know what it says about the forty Niners because I think the raiders are just awful. And I don't think they I think the effort is kinda kinda lacking to put it mildly. But I'm just I just thought for the players that must've felt nice to have a long ten days off and not have to carry around another win or another loss. And it'll be curious to see if they can carry those good feelings over into into Monday night, where they don't have to think about oh, I hope we play well enough to win you've already done that. Now, let's see if they can make it two in a row, and and Tom you hit the I think that's you hit on the the the the major vein right there, which I think is tremendous, and I understand no way trying to cover up record. And that's the ultimate thing. Here's the one loss record. What what you saw last Thursday night to me was the contrast in that I walked out. Of the action. I walked out with my daughter believer from the stadium and Mark Davis walked out fifty feet or so ahead of us. And I'm sitting here thinking, you you just spent a hundred billion dollars on a guy. Right. And that's the effort you got tonight. And we'll we'll we'll just at the halfway market ear. There's this week fifteen. This is the halfway Mark. And that's the effort you've got. I mean that was it was awful. And that's where I'm going is that last year nine and even this year with the frustrating losses this year coming off a really bad game in Arizona. There's no no no covering up that that they play pretty well. And they put an effort out there and they clearly the forty Niners. Clearly, you can tell there's respect personal life is a different story. And I don't think it matters very much wants the team starts, but the respect what the guys were stuck with Nick Mullins went through to earn. Any literally did he earned that chance to play? And I think that's what you saw. And that's a credit again to to me. It's a credit to what shannahan Lynch filled with the forty Niners is that, you know, things have caused, you know, not nearly the way they should with the exception of five games at the end of last year yet these guys so play. Talking to Ted Robinson the Niners. Of course, beat the raiders. They've got the giants on Monday night football. You're around this team a lot you've obviously seen Nick Mullins show the football in practice in preseason games. But regardless in regardless if the raiders stink. How surprised were you that he went out and played the way that he did? Yeah. Yeah. I mean, we could never I couldn't have envisioned that it's funny because I talked to him a little bit on the field before the game was I I didn't know he was starting official. And so I walked into the stadium. And so I saw him on the field, and he had his wife, and it's bothering some friends. He was talking on the sideline before the games. You could you could just feel how proud he was. And I actually was shocked 'cause I was talking to him. For just a couple of moments before he started his and some fans called out, and he went over and signed autographs, he's left handed, and I mentioned this during the game because I had no idea, but I've seen the guy for a year and a half to a full right handed. He's he writes left handed. So he told me he eats left Hannity pressures purchases teeth left-handed. He does all those vital human essential things left handed. Chose the football right here. I was blown away by that. So anyway, look what he did guys. You saw was the same thing. And this is a bad. I understand it's a bad opening because I don't want to compare the two in talent wise, but his poise and his calmness was a lot. Like when Garoppolo walk down the field last year. That's what I'm saying. You know, where CJ Beathard gives you the top the CJ bathrooms, just talk nothing. Nothing's going to knock him physically. Knock him out walks out there with that just poison presents. You rush him. Hey, drops his arm angle. One big thing is you didn't see any balls. Get better tips. Right. Something that's been a real real plague to the past game this year is because in that, Nick, malls, devastating tips jobs. His arm angle gets the ball. They're accurate as hack, which was the other big thing. And that was I think there's just want to say a strength of Mick as his accuracy was was outstanding. So and and the other moment guys when you saw are him the ball after ourselves touchdown that smoke a lot too. Is that was garso's first touchdown as forty dollars and a half. And you know with all this choreographed stuff that goes on today. Are you spun the ball, but then up he ran over and gave it right to Mullins. And I think that action spoke a lot. Yeah. So just just trying to write it down. What you said. So you thought that Mullins would compete with Garoppolo next year quarterback. Yeah. Exactly. And I quote, Ed Robinson. Exactly. Cap space. I again, a lot of it is the raiders, but you give guys credit for what they're able to take advantage of. And he was able to take advantage of a lot of that stuff on on Thursday night. And I I don't think you can really diminish his his prep for the game. Because you have to have good preparation to be as calm as he was and build a do this stuff. Because even though it doesn't sound like much when you're watching the game. It's Thursday night. You're the only ones plan it's your first start. It's your bay area rival. I mean, there's a lot of nerves that we just think players are robots sometimes they just wind him up and go out there and play. I mean, every athlete even the great ones. Sometimes they will have nerves out there little bit. You got to be able to overcome them. He was able to overcome a Murli and then kind of ride that wave throughout the game. And certainly the defense played well, they gave them confidence the running game. But I I get credit because that's not the easiest thing to overcome. No. That that's all part of this was that this wasn't this. It's an NFL game. All right. So we know the stages pick. But it wasn't a Sunday afternoon regional game. That would only go to the two cities of the teams. This was Thursday night. We don't feel bucking Tori, Aikman. They're big big set on the sideline. I mean, it was it was the bigger stage. And and then he had and that's that's outstanding. I loved it. 'cause I other story. I was not aware of until Thursday was the story about him taking you're going home and listening to crowd noise. And and marketplace plays out and getting ready, and it absolutely reminded me. So you're Tim, and I try to give him the nickname because did greatest film of the last twenty five years is is the big lebowski without question. The dude the dad it reminded me of the scene of the dude laying on the floor of his apartment listening to the sound of bowling balls hitting pits. Remember that to get psyched up for league match. He just listened to a cassette tape on a walkman the bowling ball hitting pins. That's the first thing. I thought oh, that's funny. How Many's acids Nick Lawrence if he likes white Russians. Hey, Ron gonna ask you feeling good about your Irish in the football playoffs. And if they do make you feel good about their chances if they happen to play Bammer, Clemson. Well, I mean, well, Alabama it's an NFL game. So I don't know about that. But. Look they have one more game. I think they'll they'll crush Florida state, but they Syracuse had Yankee Stadium, and, you know, Syracuse brought him one of those guys who's throws the ball all over the place. And they score ten appointed. Do not sure how much I'm how much how much decides they play. But that's the kind of game where you know, if you're not really ready for that. So that's there's another trap game left for Notre Dame. That's it. I you only you only thing that makes me nervous because they do tend to flirt with me. I was in the Phoenix airport Saturday I screamed when they had their punt belong. Yeah. I mean, how in the heck can you be third in the country and not block? Protect your punter in the fourth quarter, come on. You might you might know this Ted because I'm sure you know, a lot more Notre Dame history than I do. But we're just curious. How did they how did the USC Notre Dame game become such a big game? And is turned into one of the bigger. They may be the biggest rivalry in college football. That's not a conference rivalry if not it's right there. How did that happen? No..

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"bob morris" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"bob morris" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Hour every parent's worst nightmare came true in a split second. And south Boston today as WBZ's, Carl Stevens reports a young boy died, after being struck by a van. On this afternoon two vehicles collided here on l. street Sunday van. Onto the sidewalk where a woman, was pushing a double stroller we heard a, very loud crash Susan Devlin who lives here rushed outside. Saw child line on the pavement, we kept trying to call nine one one for my cell phones we got through from the landline but just when you see something like that it's just devastating a three. Year old boy was killed his four-year-old sister suffered non-life-threatening injuries It's devastating to everyone in this closed community. Their hearts, are with the family the. Family trying to cope with the crash that will echo long beyond this summer afternoon, from south Boston Carl Stevens WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty, am for the latest on the investigation keep WBZ NewsRadio with you. On the free iheartradio app revere city hall says it was. Blindsided by the closure of the neck oh candy factory that put two hundred thirty people. Out of work mayor spokesman Bob Morris says they're disappointed by the way the thing was. Handled mayor's office was not informed in any, official capacity by any Representative of any of the parties involved that. We are disappointed about that but, now our efforts turned to try to, assist people and by that he. Means the mayor's office is trying to other food industry employers in. The hope of finding jobs for, the now former neck oh workers lawmakers pushed, to finish voting on key bills before the end of. The legislative session next week WBZ Sheri small has the update on their progress there are, about ten key issues that are still, being hammered out in conference committee before Tuesday's deadline but, one big hurdle getting assigned budget back. From the governor could happen as early as tomorrow. Floor division leader Representative David Nangle, says the, process of overriding the governor's budget vetoes is going to take some time the major part of, what we would be doing over the next five or six days down. Here is overriding some of those vetoes so a lot. Of paperwork that has to be done amongst the house counsel the Senate, council, the house clerk's office that the Senate clerk's office House Ways and means. Senate ways and, means and. Then actually has, to go up on the house floor for a vote on beacon hill Sheri small WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty the six people who want to be the next. Suffolk County DA talk issues at a candidates forum at. The Boston bar association and WBZ's Doug cope was there prosecutor Greg heading told. Me he's well qualified for the job have done this job for, ten years, but I've also been on eighth grade twelfth grade teacher and I grew up in Suffolk County I've Lived here on the satellite defense attorney Mike Moloney is seeking change I'm a strong proponent for criminal, Justice, reform everything from bail through, the way non-violent drug crimes are being incarcerated former Mass General counsel Rachel Rollins cited her management experience manage over one hundred and fifty people I'm really. Excited about my aunt my chances here rounding up a half dozen candidates, for DA state rep eve Andrew cover, although attorney Linda champion.

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"bob morris" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"bob morris" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Mother investigation has been pretty pretty weak proof but that's me you always who you out you're an expert and getting on the inside what's come out what do you know for sure is happening on the inside with muller call bryon nobody knows uh for sure nobody on the outside a news for sure but one thing i can say if you wanna look at what bob morris game plan is just one know what he's up to look at the documents that are hiding in plain sight look at the indictment of paul manafort look at the guilty plea look at uh the cooperation agreement that are out there and do you agree with me brian that that that if you just read those documents looks like somebody's taking a pretty aggressive and expansive you of their role yeah it's not somebody who's concerned about overreach so manafort mike flynn george papadopoulos uh rick gate all in trouble by the way i'm at a hotel and i see paul manafort a walk out of this uh uh that was it was the jefferson hotel i walk and walk into the jefferson hotel dibble's paul manafort what kind of house arrest as us it's the best housearrest ever that's the nicest hotel period is like the saudi while the rest of the royal family the football season say that flip through yeah that's what he but i mean it so i don't know i guess you know he's looking to get free from this john podesta's brother i guess somehow was caught up in it and it destroyed his business but he's indictment free so a lot of this stuff is not directly revolving round president trump whether it's obstruction or whether it's collusion i just don't know where it's heading do you get the sense mike that it's heading towards the oh we in the back stretch of this there's no sign of that and you can't you say one way or the other that deplete the home of the white house team that there's no real external reason to hope that now the president's uh lawyers have had private conversations with muller that's what kicked off this whole conversation about the idea of whether or not the president should be interviewed and what the uh parameters uh should be by uh if you look at the the killer prosecutors including an enron prosecutor including mafia prosecutor equally money laundering experts to join the muller kuhn i that's.

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"bob morris" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"bob morris" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Accommodate students with a unique set of needs later this week thousands will fan out across the garden state to participate in knock out opioid abuse the agile all valenti of the partnership for a drug free new jersey says on friday volunteers will crisscrossed the state distributing opioid abuse information sheets in medical offices and also placing them on tens of thousands of doorknobs really educate the public at large on medical partners about how important it is to be aware of the link between prescription drugs and unfortunately says valenti opioid abuse is still the numberone public health issue in jersey and the entire country david math found new jersey one point five new nobody jersey's first news 524 the first full supreme court term of the trump presidency begins today with high profile cases involving gay rights religious freedoms justice ruth bader ginsburg use of this year on the court we'll be momentous conservatives are looking for a boost from the newest justice trump nominee neil gorsuch looming case involve a dispute over a wedding cake for a samesex couple gerrymandering of the government's ability to track people without search warrants new jersey is close to making it plain no other state could for just a couple dozen schools away from universal access to arts education ninety nine percent of jersey public and charter schools offer a course at least one of the four arts disciplines finds a study from arts at nj codirector bob morris and points out state code requires the presence of all four dance music theatre and visual art still 26 schools reported offering no orcs instruction in 2015 2016 part of the problem is many of our schools may not be familiar with state require they just they not be familiar with the fact that it should be as prevalent as is that can visual arts student participation in the arts the research shows has increased steadily over the years dino slamming on new jersey one on one point five new climate new jersey's first news five twenty six but chilly start and we'll have fallen weather for this week dental heavily just on the forecast in four minutes on the half hour roles rebel latest on that mass shooting in vegas overnight that includes twenty now dead but that death toll is expected to rise business news is next phase new jersey's.

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"bob morris" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"bob morris" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The wcbm stimulating josh breaking news we are shown in front of wiggled casting are twenty the wilbur is authorised microphone fullcolor good morning van mierlo poured out uh the north koreans grenell launch a new capable vetting the us mainland and now the thriving your talent wall we've got all the details of coverage of reaction for you this morning in maryland at ms thirteen gang vangere gets life in prison we'll told you why y also another merlin man charged with aiding and abetting isis or least attempting to walls to take a look at the thirty two dreamers arrested in a law long island we'll tell you what they were dreaming of a little bit later on this morning the justice department is in full blown panic mode over the road lunch bill clinton tarmac meeting may go all the way up to the top with very hussein albahm wants to give new york slimes socalled bombshell climate change report as the public for months but they just really breathlessly reportedly leaking it out the prisoners lied visas to lottery winners from terrorist connected country smell time there is some debate a discussion about whether or not the afghantistan war should be privatized will tell you look at the there's one of the statue of liberty in he job is causing a little bit of controversy i could cussin' dr now saying that high school football is childabuse sing along with mitch wining again and they will take a look at the bob morris finances and the secret messages the president and he of exchanged those are more here's your word out that that hillary clinton might become a preacher 410 wcbm six eighty one eight hundred of what you see the absurdity there's line there already although mancoba's remember law if you're just a second of course our executive producer joe how's the the mirror armacost yes that's right washington compost yesterday from the early that was a acquired from the defense intelligence agency that's the agency the.

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"bob morris" Discussed on Unfilter

Unfilter

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"bob morris" Discussed on Unfilter

"Another era is upon us and not that's you know what so far a sarah huckabee sanders whatever is uh is actually she's pretty nobles herself up by the way chat rooms amazingly found out that the last female press secretary dee dee myers saint teen ninety three to ninety highway or vacant lady i was thinking odd latvia i was thinking didi i just didn't know so uh yeah i think as big as against this but you know what the media doesn't care about that kind of stuff right they don't cover that cannot wait wait that's the senate anyways a real quick trump story for us to cover for we keep moving on uh the with all of this going on there is also that whole well wait a minute can't the president just pardon himself even if this same your gets all we do the end and jr is guilty kushner's guilty and uh trump is guilty with a why cantey just for get a pardon like nixon did tonight the president and his legal team pushing back against allegations he's trying to discredit special counsel robert muller one of the president's attorneys calling reports that his legal team is scouring the background of moller's investigators to find conflicts of interest nonsense adding they are cooperating the president has absolutely nothing to do with any of the allegations that are being may us officials familiar with the investigation say muller is gathering relevant documents including financial records and business dealings of those close to the trump campaign earlier this week mr trump warning it would cross the line if muller looked into his finances unrelated to russia for the reach what his actual all of its setting off alarm bells for bob morris cheer.

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"bob morris" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"bob morris" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"The fbi totally believed in set him free without any followup now could be that more who had much more experience with explosives than either mcveigh or nichols had more to do with the plot that anyone is let non except terry nichols nichols told investigators fairly recently that a pack of the explosive component can kenneth sticks could be found on his property with bob morris fingerprints on the fbi did fund the kenneth sticks but they didn't test them fingerprints for another three years in after those three years the prints were deemed unreadable more also claim to be a protected government witness at one point but on the other hand a lotta these guys claim to be protected government witnesses a fun idea yes shore yes ross maher said that same thing but we do that is how the fbi gets these people they flip them and enforce them to read on other means with the possible honestly they probably were fishing well probably asking him see what he knew cvb willing a flip and he bag no no no but at secretly looming zeka old actually oddly plausible to think that these different government agencies who weren't talking to each other at all had so many protected government witnesses out there that these guys were just yes ending each other into carrying the shut out in fact one atf agent told a story about how the atf and the fbi were supposed to get together to share information about elegant elohim city and according to the agent the two agencies met in a conference room had small talk and left without mentioning eleke city wants all because each agency didn't trust the other one and if there was a big buzzing to be had at elohim city that specific agency wanted the credit for lanes you so much for having us over fbi couldn't help but notice in this conference room you have so many squeaky chairs.

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