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Dallas - Man Accused Of Killing Ex-Wife In Keller Found Dead In Vehicle
"The search for a man accused of killing his ex wife in Keller is over Keller police have been searching for Marc Bolan is Stan sh in connection with the death of his ex wife Teresa and sailor sailor police found her body Tuesday night at a home in Keller they issued a warrant for his arrest in cat and caution you might be armed Midlothian police found his body this morning in his vehicle parked at Walmart they say died of a self inflicted gunshot
Desert Island Recordings - Iron Curtain Innocence by Bobb Trimble
"As idiosyncratic and hyperbolic as we absolutely always are. We certainly are not the only Bob Trimble apologists in the realm of music writing a quote from the Private Press Bible. Acid archives starts with this description by Aaron Molinski on Bob Tremble. I will make the bold claim that Bob Trimble's to albums are the best self released albums not just of the eighties and not just the psych genre but possibly in all of rock. Bob's music is able to bring a listener into a new and bizarre world in mere seconds while both his first album and his second harvest of dreams our other worldly masterworks of detached Psychedelia today with to focus on the first. There are so many amazing private press albums that are true. `Isolation Records Nineteen Eighties Iron Curtain. Innocence is a perfect example for this case study because of its utterly unique sound and the decent amount of information available about the record which helps us a lot. It's a story that can be told with realistic honesty whereas so many other private press record just rumors and tall tales. In the beginning Bob Dribble owned just three rock and roll records the Beatles second album more of the monkees and dot records oldies collection featuring the Classic Sea of love by Phil Phillips. These record carry a weight that would mold trimble sound the Beatles buoyant harmonies the Monkees Mirth full melodies Phillips's soul-stirring reverb growing up in central Massachusetts. Trimble would eventually play in bands in high school and would end up on the outskirts of Forster's worm town scene which was primarily known for punk music. Trimble worked at his dad's bicycle shop in poured all his money into studio recordings and eventually into getting his records pressed Iron Curtain. Innocence started its journey. When Trimble wrote a song that he thought would make for great single one mile from Heaven. He firmly believe it would be the track that brought him recognition. It was also one of the first songs he'd ever written. He went to a nearby studio called country. Thunder sound and recorded a couple of versions of the song a longer and more complete version and a shorter more radio friendly version. The song he recorded for the B. side was called killed the hands of an unknown Rockstar. When Trimble received the completed forty five. He was disappointed with a hollow tinny sound and decided not to release it dismayed he thought about hanging it up and stopped recording for about a year stating. I just didn't think my songs were original enough and different enough boy howdy. He came back with a redefined vision of originality. He went to a couple other studios and recorded an album's worth of material iron curtain. Innocence was recorded without a band. Despite the violent reactions being credited on the record sleeve is just Bob with a couple of the studio engineers helping out on Bass and drums the recording is rudimentary and Lo fi. But at the same time it is distinctly layered with Beatles soundtracks and sprinkles of Mug embedded throughout. The engineer seemed to be excited to fully humor all of the bizarre studio request as a break from their normal home desires of the usual patrons where the drums are obviously vanilla. The Guitar is very distinct. For young. Inauspicious musician Trimble. Truly had a remarkable guitar sound that is fully realized in instantly recognisable which is certainly an exception from the typical boilerplate instrumentation and most private press records. Hell even a lot of the major label stuff too for that matter. Triples voice is without question the most enticing factor on the record a Martian Siren. Song that has a exotic glassy feminine presence. That soaks a room in dizzying desperation. Reality Tearing beautiful for certain but also very cold it's much closer to Marc Bolan. Warbling as he's using his feather boa to restrict his air pipe during auto erotic fixation or severe trying his hand at opera than it is to any of his beloved sixties Silky vocalist. The lyrics reek of loneliness. But in a clove smoking teenage poet sense more than a man at the end of his rope. Tired tropes and tiny fragments of generic psychedelic. Forgeries are present but still packing a motive punch when joined with Eleftherios. Voice and the scintillating guitar originally called World of Lies Trimble settled on the title Iron Curtain. Innocence as a on the ever presence of the Cold War a theme. That never seems to come up in the actual lyrics. Trimble had five hundred. Copies pressed bought the first three hundred and disbursed them as best he could. By hawking them at local record shops getting them in the hands of college radio deejays and giving them to friends and Family
"bolan" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"With your account executive Marc Bolan cars the the big question today is probably how do we stand as far as a re opening goes with may fifteenth you know out there only a few days away what's the very latest on your account well we have to meet seven metrics that the state has determined is necessary to show that the community is ready to re open we have met five of the seven the two metrics we haven't met are really out of the hands of locals for example the first one is in regards to hospitalizations a number of hospitalizations we have to show a decline for fourteen days or having a a decline over average of a three day rolling period well I think we're going to meet that very soon we haven't met yet and then the other one is in regards to doctors and hospitals we have to show it off fourteen a decline in deaths as well or you can also do a rolling decline on a three day period of having no more than five dollars per day we haven't met that and we would meet the five deaths per the other three day rolling period right now we just still having an average of ten to twelve people dying daily most of them dying in a hospital setting so we're close we're not there yet I I have a very good feeling as I've said all along will meet this no matter what by June first I I don't think we're gonna meet the may fifteenth deadline we actually theoretically might meet at from the matrix but we need to get it we would have to review the data center to the state the state has to approve it so I'm still going with hi I believe will be open by June first and that's for phase one and it's a four phase approach it's not or just a general re opening of everything first phases construction manufacturing as well as retail with curbside pickup so golf courses are open you're running out of golf balls you directly right now could do one of two things you can order it and get it delivered in the mail or nothing else because you can't go in pick em up anywhere else you have in phase one with retail they're allowing sporting good stores to open for curbside pickup so you could place an order on the phone or online.
"bolan" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"It took a while for him to get big in the US because he was huge in Europe and he was huge in England. Sold tons of forty five tons of albums. He was blown away and flattered by the fact that so many girls had posters of him on their walls all over the world. I like being loved. Isn't it nice that someone can love you? And after feel picture on average more the frightening thing is the strength of it. Okay all right. Let me give you the time. Line plug in here. That might help. You understand how this unfolded and maybe a little bit of why because it's something we've been talking about getting ready for this episode is why did they not get as popular here in the US as they did in the UK and other places when they first put out t rex in nineteen seventy the kids who were going to become the huge T. rex fans like me. Were still two or three years too young to get it to understand it or even feel it how we weren't even in a Bowie yet. True fast forward that record becomes. Oh Shit. Did you hear they have a first record after the release of Electric Warrior? Which is obviously legend in my life. Everybody who's a few years older and younger than me. It is an important album that album I think really shaped Bowie and so many more to come ahead of him. Pat Album really had a big influence on England. The slider comes next and that's the continuation of the ride. The T. Rex's been on right and I remember in a time when not that. Many people had album covers on t shirts people couple people in my junior high school walking around wearing the slider cover on their tee shirt. I was like how did they do? They went someplace in had it pressed onto the t shirt. When it wasn't being done very often I guess but it was everywhere. You'd see people with t. Rex written onto their Army jackets you know. Like on the sleeve their army jackets or a logo or stuff like that drawn on their notebooks and it really became the cool band or one of the cool bands to be following and in seventy three. They do tanks. And that's another big hit here. Maybe not is big on scale as the UK but they were selling a lot of records here in the states because of the sheer size of the country. And the size of the record. Buying public here. Do you remember him. Playing tours touring than I was five six seven years old. I don't remember any T rex. Marc Bolan type of tours at that time. I'm not a hundred percent but I might have seen them on Don Kirshner rock concert or the midnight. Special or something but I heard him on the radio. Am RADIO BUT MORE ON FM? This is a ban that. Fm radio really went hog wild over. And what I'm getting around to is the next phase and we learned this from watching the cosmic dancer during the sessions for that album and things after that things were not good him and his wife had split he and Gloria Jones who had been in. His band took up with each other cheating on their spouses. She talks about it openly in the documentary. They end up together and that leads to the fatal night in nineteen seventy seven. She's driving the car. And in the documentary someone tells the story of how mark foretold his death. I remember that part of the story dinner. We were talking about his heroes. The People Emulated Chet. Baker was a hero is and James. Dean was a huge and I said well be careful having changed her because you might end up tying in a porsche and he said Oh. I'm just Chinese. I'd like to die the mini. He did foresee his death and to to hear. It is kinda bizarre because it almost. There's a sort of weird element of grandiose NECE I go. Yeah there's that serious grandiose nece at a level that I guess is kind of new to me like I've never heard until seeing this documentary. Anybody believe so openly and overtly how superior they were to everybody else and I found that really kind of bizarre you grew up in an era where prisoners were not that uncommon right true. They weren't people pren- they dressed even in the rock bands of the eighties and stuff out of the guys put on them. Nice jackets and put their hair. Some of the more makeup all conquers did that motherfucker so a lot of it is. You're seeing it at the very beginning of the concept of it and he was a little awkward to me. You know I saw some of that stuff and I went like see how you feel mark. I see where you're going certainly got it but it seemed a little awkward as if he wasn't quite sure that that was the next step to take but you know what he hung in there until the demon started to show up and that's where we should pick things up when we continue this episode about. Marc Bolan T. REX and the birth of Glam on the imbalance history of rock and roll. You know Marcus with life on. Hold our friends crooked eye brewery. One everyone to stay safe so that we can all get through this and I know you're washing your hands a lot right and definitely keeping as clean as I can. Be Washing my hands using safe distancing ray you know they also want you know over at crooked eye that you can bring your growl or to the brewery on Montgomery Avenue in hat borough for a refill. Yes as long as this thing goes on. And they have beer. You can do that. Yeah the boys have been busy right. They have been very very busy. 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"bolan" Discussed on KTOK
"Branch Bolan branch dot com what if I have what would have been a bit of a recall how are you the drive bys I just want to show you just proves my point here the drive bys are all in would bark not bite getting a nomination means they get to keep their positions in the establishment and let's see grab some a number nine this is a montage of the drive bys hyping momentum and a late movement now all of a sudden no question there has been a massive momentum shift did the momentum happened in time to reach voters in such a way to make Joe Biden ultra competitive I've never seen move so quickly a movement of the party to get behind one person going into this super Tuesday yes Joe Biden showing momentum this sort of specter of momentum the polls are picking up on late movement toward buying a big and I mean big as as we're getting some indications of the possibility of a big movement towards Joe Biden just from last Saturday you believe this guy wins one primary one primary and listen to these people and here is Andrea Mitchell NBC mirrors Washington this is a huge slice on this super Tuesday the Democrats stop Sanders movement is coming together as Amy clover shar and people to judge each recognizing they had no path to the nomination joined forces to try to stop Bernie Sanders March to the nomination and help Joe Biden already enjoying a big bounce from his victory in South Carolina handle that if you are salivating phone because they can't see straight they're so excited last night on Friday no prime time Fredo Cuomo talking to Obama's campaign architect David Axelrod question what is what does this moment mean clubbers shard they're standing right next to Biden look I think that it is a momentum builder for him I think he you know he does have any ads all over the country so those kinds of things.
"bolan" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"M. branch Bolan branch dot com what if I have what would have been a bit of a recall I was in the drive bys I just want to show you just proves my point here the drive bys are all in would bark not bite getting a nomination means they get to keep their positions that make us that much money and let's see grabs on a number nine this is a montage of the drive bys hyping momentum and a late movement now all of a sudden no question there has been a massive momentum shift did the momentum happened in time to reach voters in such a way to make Joe Biden ultra competitive I've never seen move so quickly a movement of the party to get behind one person going into this super Tuesday yes Joe Biden showing momentum this sort of specter of momentum the polls are picking up on late movement toward buying a big and I mean big because as we're getting some indications of the possibility of a big movement towards Joe Biden just from last Saturday you believe this guy wins one primary one primary and listen to these people and here is Andrea Mitchell NBC mirrors Washington this is a huge slice on this super Tuesday the Democrats stop Sanders movement is coming together as a makeover shar and people to judge each recognizing they had no path to the nomination joined forces trying to stop Bernie Sanders March to the nomination and help Joe Biden already enjoying a big bounce from his victory in South Carolina and all that if you are salivating folks they can't see straight they're so excited last night on freight primetime Fredo Cuomo talking to Obama's campaign architect David Axelrod question what is what does this moment mean clubbers shard they're standing right next to Biden look I think that it is a momentum.
Boeing swings to annual loss as 737 MAX costs near $19 billion
"For the first time and I believe it's two decades Boeing lost money yeah the last time they had an annual loss not a quarterly one but its annual one was nineteen ninety seven so it's it's been a little while and obviously this is all related to the seven thirty seven Max there there is no other reason why Boeing is losing money what they are estimating now is that the total costs related to this between money they have paid a victim's paid another operators money lost you know from not being able to actually sell these planes in the living room they're anticipating it's gonna be about eighteen point six billion dollars now which is pretty much double what they had earlier estimated even with that I think analysts were fearing that this you know could have been worse and so mowing stock is actually about two and a third percent today not even with the the loss that they reported part that's just because the stock has been so badly punished yeah over the last year in a year where the S. and P. five hundred you know rose thirty percent yes Boeing stock obviously did not it was down you know significantly over the course of the year ag I saw the new C. E. L. interview this morning on television though did you and I thought he did a great job because he's really lowered expectations you know he came out I think it was yesterday and said well you know we we were hoping we might be able to get this thing back in the air second half of twenty twenty and then the FAA corrected and said now we think we can actually get the swing approved in June which is a complete turnaround from his predecessor Mister Bolan Burke but the even there he he he's managing expectations and Bill Gates yes there are too young to remember but Bill Gates was the master at that eat when he was reporting earnings you'd say well you know it's you know we yeah we had a good quarter but the next court he would sandbag people Steve Jobs to eve jobs is great at it you know law yeah we had a good quarter but you never know so this new CEO is much more humble much less that he is not trying to intimidate the FAA he's completely given up control saying look this is in the hands of the engineers and the scientists and regulators yep and we'll put this plane back in the air and it will be in that this is where it was really a great statement it will be the safest plane in the air which is what I've maintained all along that when it does get approved I think you're going to I think everybody's going to want one first of all they're great plain a if you ever flown on a mac struck we'll know most people haven't I have flown before they took him now they they fire route Miami to Saint Croix and the the A. K. your ago they were in the air and so I've flown in on several occasions they're great plane you we the truck Zada will like this plane better than the Airbus three twenty year the old seven thirty sevens or re eek I think you're going to enjoy the plane and you're gonna go into that plane saying this thing must have an indoor just a tremendous amount of due diligence to get back in the air we'll see you are so skeptical I I am skeptical that companies are I'm I'm skeptical that this that the seven thirty seven Max brand is going to survive yeah I I just I okay if they have another incident you're absolutely right and a I don't know it because it isn't that kind of the tower to hero seven thirty seven Max B. yeah I I don't know a I'm looking forward to it being back in the air and you know I'm I figure start see the state the problem is the turnaround for bowling even if it gets approval let's say they're right they get approved in June yeah in terms of ramping up production and deliveries you're talking probably July of twenty twenty one before they're back to where they should have been a year and a half earlier yeah I mean they they have said they're going to start production before they get final approval so that will help a little bit on that side okay but it is going they have what like I think it's like five hundred planes that are sitting there that they really don't know what to do with right now because they're just sitting on the parking lots yeah you know when when you have five hundred planes is lying around your backyard you have problems and I say this as someone I I own Boeing stock I do believe there's an upside case here yeah but it's just the this seven thirty seven MAX thing like a it's it's reprehensible just how they got to this point night going you just left a bad taste in my mouth they go on YouTube and watch some of the interviews this morning that the CEO did and I think you'd be eat he turned me around I was pretty negative on it yeah and now I'm feeling I'm feeling better about it I just I'll I'll leave it at that and you know a act IV on unlike you truck I'll get on that plane even even if it's a little more expensive hello I'll get on it don't get me wrong like I'm not saying I will get on it I'm saying that I think they're going to have a wider problem with selling these things in the future we'll see time will
Where the money from food stamps is actually going
"We begin today with news that is squarely squarely at the intersection of government spending social policy. Redel Reality and work. The trump administration announced this morning. It's going ahead Ed. With what's called a final rule that will tighten work requirements for the supplemental nutrition. Assistance Program. Snap as it's known food stamps as it sometimes referred to with unemployment so low the administration's thinking goes it should be easy for people to find work and the White House says this rule will save the government five and a half billion dollars over five five years. It's a decision not without controversy. Obviously on a lot of levels but it's also decision with real world economic impact because until now at five and a half billion dollars has gone to retailers. Marketplace's Merrill Sagarra gets most snap dollars go to a particular kind of retailer Craig. Gunderson teaches consumer economics at the University of Illinois NAP participants because they're on limited budgets will go to places that have less expensive food so so roughly eighty percent of staff benefits are spent at you know supercenters in large-scale supermarkets. You Know Walmart Kroger Safeway. The rule change will require more people to work at least twenty hours a week to get benefits which means fewer people will qualify. That's the point Ed. Bolan at the center on budget aged in policy priorities says according to the USDA about seven hundred thousand individuals will lose their benefits Those benefits on average about one hundred sixty five of dollars a month for this population so certainly the places they go. We'll see a drop in their business. Food retailers often pay their workers so little little that they qualify for snap and need it to survive. Also those workers schedules tend to be erotic and part-time James ILIAC directs the University of Kentucky Center for Poverty. Dirty research he says the new rules could make things harder for those workers in one week they might be satisfying work requirement. But then the next week the firm says well you know we don't need you or we only need you for ten hours then. Suddenly they're in violation of the work requirement for that week Zilly says retailers might feel some pressure to consistently instantly give workers at least twenty hours a week so they stay eligible for the snap benefits. They may even be spending at their own stores. I'm MARYELLE SAGARRA FOR MARKETPLACE I.
Trump fires John Bolton as national security adviser
"We start with breaking news in the politics and president trump today firing his national security adviser Ambassador John Bolton the too long well documented history of disagreeing disagreeing on matters all the way up to today when the two had different takes on how Bolton ended up on the wrong side of the White House fence the president tweeting in part quote. I informed John Bolton last night that his services are no longer needed at the White House. I disagreed strongly with many of his suggestions. According to John Bolton's tweet which came just twelve minutes later quote. I offered to resign last night in president trump said. Let's talk about it tomorrow. The news came just before a White House. Briefing that Bolton was was scheduled to attend secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin who both reportedly clashed with Bolton behind the scenes. Were notably all smiles at this briefing everything a source close to the administration tells me that Bolton's exit is the result of quote Ed Administration with dysfunctional processes and bureaucracy one that attracts people who we're willing to make the big compromise to work for trump so they are especially cutthroat. It's a real snake pit and it's run by quote in Iraq. President who is hard to manage anew brings out the worst sensibilities people add it all up in the source says quote John Bolton standing for principals such as it's a bad idea to invite the Taliban to Camp David Well. Oh he didn't have a chance. CNN's Kaitlan Collins starts off now from the White House John Bolton the firing in came via twitter as president trump announced today he informed his National Security Advisor. His services are no longer needed at the White House but but in a surreal moment twelve minutes later Bolan denied he was fired tweeting. I offered to resign last night and president trump said let's talk walk tomorrow. Bolton was seen by CNN cameras outside the West Wing this morning after sources said he got into a bitter disagreement with trump the the night before the alternative was the White House and you wouldn't have been happy with that either. They argued over the president's decision to host Taliban leaders at Camp David a a meeting trump later cancelled John Bolton's priorities and policies just don't line up with presidents bulletins pushback inviting the Taliban on US soil and allegedly tiddly telling reporters about his feelings after may have been the last straw with one source telling CNN the leaking is what got him but in recent weeks Bolton had found himself isolated from the president iced out by the chief of staff and barely speaking to the secretary of State there were many times ambassador Assar Bolton. I disagree that's to be sure. Bolton was scheduled to be at this afternoon's briefing alongside Mike Pompeo and Steven Mnuchin the president's view of the Iraq war and and embassador bulletins was very different but after the president's tweet a White House official said Bolt is no longer in the building. I like conflict. I like having two people with the different points of view trump once claimed he liked the chaos of a west wing with multiple opinions but he grew irritated by Bolton's hardline positions in recent weeks. I actually temper John which is pretty amazing now. Jacob President says he's going to announce his fourth national security adviser next week until then Bolton's is deputy. Charlie Kupperman will takeover the National Security Council but I do want to flag one other bit of reporting we got that may have shown that Bolton was on the way out apparently currently when they were at the g seven summit in France just a few weeks ago he was tentatively scheduled to build some of the Sunday shows defending the administration's policies but sources tell C. in the bulletin was uncomfortable and didn't want to go on to defend some of the president's policies including on Russia which had become a big topic of the summit though people close to and said he simply thought that people like Steven Mnuchin or Larry cudlow were better suited at defending the president's policies on tariffs but jake of course requirement of working in this White House as you've got to be able to defend the president on television even the president's post to have Russia back in the g seven Kaitlan Collins. Thanks so much joining me now is Senator Bob Menendez a Democrat from New Jersey. He's the ranking Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee senator. Thanks for joining us your reaction to John Bolton being fired. Look the Unser Mona's way that Bolton was fired at stupid this functionality the whiplash that goes on in terms of you know national security and foreign policy look at the record this is going to be the upcoming the fourth national security advisor the Third Secretary of defense the Secretary Second Secretary of state the Second Second Director of National Intelligence and the list goes on and so the situation room shouldn't be the place in which the president plays his this reality TV show of the apprentice so it's it's very hard for our foreign policy and national security both with our allies as well as sending messages to our adversaries by the dysfunctionality that the president has in the White House. I'm no fan of John Bolton. He's very bellicose in some of his views but you need a national security advisor who's was willing to give you alternative views and other realities and not just yes men in in such a critical position. Well I want to ask you about Bolton specifically because one of your colleagues league's Republican senator who declined to be named told CNN that Republican senators quote clone to people like Bolton on Capitol Hill relying on him to know what's really going on at the White House seeing him I suppose as a non-sycophantic grown up one of the proverbial guardrails what do you think well clearly although I don't agree with many of embassador Bolton's views and he has a bit of a bellicose way about him in terms of foreign policy and national security but he was a voice that would give alternative realities or real realities to the president for his consideration and I know that in many choices for example like the precipitous move in Syria which would have left those who fought alongside with us in in the Lurch that voices like his were also you know surrounded by members of the Senate who who felt this was a disaster astor in the making so I think there are those particularly on the Republican side who felt that he was some sort of stability in terms of foreign policy there are many on my side of the aisle who thinks that that accurately you know he was a bit of a warmonger but what this says Moore I think it's less about Bolton and more about the president the president has no stability in in terms of national security and foreign policy just cut his legs from his Afghan. you know envoy his. Middle East peace envoy just laughed. He's got nobody with Kim. I'm John Own to deal with it so it's it's a disaster at a time that we have to one of the most challenging foreign policy scenarios in the world that I've seen in nearly thirty years. I know you disagree with Bolton on on a lot but there are areas where I imagine you you do have some agreement. A Bolton was skeptical of the President Meeting with Kim Jong Hoon skeptical of the president's offer to have a no strings attached meeting with the Iranian President Ruhani. He was against the Taliban being invited to Camp David. I wonder what this might mean for the administration going forward when it comes to policy and when it comes to people in the president's inner circle who are willing to say you know what Mr President. That's a bad idea I think those people are few and far between if there are any left in this administration. I think the only way you survive in this administration is by I saying yes Mr President even if you believe it's a horrible idea including for the national security and interest of the United States in its people and so that's one of the challenges of this administration administration the reality is is that this is why I believe that Congress under its Article One role is more more important than ever before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee the House Foreign Relations Committee the intelligence committees the Armed Services Committee need to have a robust oh bus vigilant row using their article one authorities to try to pursue a foreign policy that the administration ultimately will will limit the risks that they pose in terms of US foreign policy and national security interests oil prices fell almost immediately after trump tweeted about Bolton Why do you think that is. What are the ramifications might this well? I think that those who believe that Ambassador Bolton who was an advocate of for example example the potential of an attack on Iran because of its nuclear program and the instability that that would create in the region maybe be those of us that now there's less of a bellicose view as it relates to Iran and the region you know I would assume that that's speculation on their airport and that's why some of the prices fell all right Democratic Senator Bob Menendez of the Garden State New Jersey. Thanks so much appreciate it. Sir Thank
"bolan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"We're back on KOA NewsRadio. Dave logan. Rick Lewis Kathy Lee with his we talk about the legacy of Pat bolan, the owner of the Broncos since nineteen Eighty-four passing away earlier today. I I'm not sure there are too many people other than our guest, that is coming up that would know Pat better than the former head coach two time bowl champion head coach Mike Shanahan joins us now. Mike. It's Dave Logan. Rick Lewis Kathy Lee high coach. You know, we're, we're doing okay. I obviously tough day. In u gosh, you spent so many great years with Pat, I'll start by asking just what, what sort of memories what two or three things sort of stick out, mostly in your mind with respect to Pat in that relationship. Came in eighty four pet came in about two weeks after I had already been hired and obviously hard by Dan. And we weren't really sure if we had jobs job, and we very quickly. Coaching staff. Felt good to get a chance to me. First week on jar pats first week when he came in, you could see that he was a worker that weight room ain't nothing lifting weights. Get on that bike, he'd run and I made a mistake in the first week is. And he told you how long is going to run. You're you're for five miles, at least. Almost first week. It, you know, his work ethic in terms of, you know, being a triathlete did an iron man. I mean it's legendary there's so many stories in this is a guy that would swim however far so many miles, then run twenty six point two miles, and then bike ride. I mean, you've got to be highly competitive in world class athletes, participate in that. Because he's always around. He's always weight room he'd be around thirty morning geyser picks during the football season guys, he's really down her guy, very humble very low key, but he really got got around well with got got to know the players very well. Hey coach. Rick Lewis here, always good to talk to you. Thanks for coming on. How would you compare him as an owner to some of the other owners that you worked for in your career in the National Football League? And I'm not asking you to bad mouth. Any of the other owners? But how is he different from the rest of them? Hit a dream goals. And you knew it was winning. And he wanted to give you every opportunity to do what you need to do to win expected perfection. And, you know, he type of guy that would not ever interfere. He always talk to you. He wanted to keep on top of it. So he knew it, but he expected you to be what you did expected you to hire the those type of people. And so he had a very high standard of which he wanted in the type of character that he wanted his players and his coaches. So I just love the standard. He had the way he thought about winning an important winning championships for because he was the richest guy, but every penny that he had going back into the team owners. What do they want the new yacht? A new plane guy that saying, hey. Everything that I got not a lot. Maybe not as much as the owners by guarantee. One thing we're gonna win championships. And he did exactly that Mike Shanahan is our guest here as we talk about the legacy of Pat bolan, Rick coach brought up the sort of the, the interaction with us head coach. Pat is an owner I want wanna ask in good times and bad times. I mean from a head coach perspective. What kind of owner was Pat with respect to wanting to know certain game plan or what happened. Maybe on Monday what happened in yesterday's game. Was he a guy that from a football standpoint wanted to engage in this case you in terms of Xs? The nose was the guy that wanted engage in terms of salary cap, or was that not Pat, Pat, number one ever talked about the salary cap never really talk about slip ball. He wanted to talk about players wanna talk Xs and os. But he said, okay. Good practice. What type Africa? We have choices looking. At why why did you see what do you see maybe one player player being better than the next? Why is this draft choice? What we thought he was going to be. Why do we got to cut this guy after a year? Is it the right thing to do? And he would always he never wavered, so he would let you make the decisions you talked to him. He got a great feel for you know what you're thinking. And at the same time, you'd let you coach. So you know right away. Jerry Jones comes to mind, an owner who is really involved in it seems like just about everything regarding the football team. And Pat bolan so you're saying, Pat bolan was was involved day to day, but he still let you hear the football expert. He would let you decide what was best for the football team. Eight ten to one football. Thanks about the personal team. What type of people are they what type of workers, are they do? We have a chance to separate ourselves from the rest of the pack Jerry was guy that obviously took Davis took pride, at least in their minds of knowing the game trying to know the game pet then go in that direction. He wanted you to do it. You wanted you to make the decision. And at the end of the day in at the end of the day, he told good about, you know, hiring a certain guy that when not be afraid to make those decisions last question. Mike for me, you know, you, you, you became the head coach of the Broncos in ninety five the actually had a chance to take the job prior to that and decided not to, and I wonder if you'd feel good about sharing the story when you came in some of the changes that you wanted to make to the organization that, that, that you basically yet had that car. Conversation with Pat about those sort of pats reaction in ultimately, you guys agreeing to, to be able to, to pull that off. Conversations that you have after I came in ninety two and we lost a championship game in San Francisco. And I was interviewing for the job. Head off the job. Pat. That I would like San Francisco is doing at that time. Their own rooms their breakfasts and lunches practice. I said, you know, I would like to have these things if I do come back, and I said, if not I understand your position, I think I'm just gonna pass on the head coaching job, and maybe someday when I have those opportunities, then I'll take a coaching job again. I'm not gonna come in, especially with Denver after being Super Bowl xlii, Ben. I should've I can't win them Super Bowl. Within two years. Anyhow, right? So that two years later say all those things he asked for their done, and you know, that was the best everything he had not that he had the most money at that time. But at that time, he did exactly what he said. He would do a coach one. More thing for me. Next time you invite Dave for dinner at your restaurant. Can I take a long if I agreed to pay? Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Doesn't want you to come back. I'm willing to pay. Anybody can Dave like to see coach Evans seen him in a while. Let's do this. Let's make sure we all have pets. Right to catch up to. Hey, Mike, thanks for the time. I know to day we appreciate it, and we'll look forward to seeing. Oh. You bet. That's Mike Shanahan great coach that Emmer Broncos. I, I love that story. He had religious to me before asked these things. Initially, Pat said, can't do it. And so he turned the job down. And then the next time pack call these said you know what I can do it. Let's get this done in that, that was the first time the Broncos on the road had their own rooms. They had training table. They had lunch brought in their breakfast, brought in. They did exactly what they did in San Francisco. And you saw the result. You saw the results. There and eat breakfast, and hold their from training camp from the deck to the do that, too. We Mike would lettuce eat in the restaurant there at the at dove alley. He got be sidelined passes for a game at Phoenix really where family broadcast from there. That's nice. Aside for being a great NFL coach really good. They're really good. Do we'll get a break.
Bowlen, longtime Broncos owner, dies at age 75
"Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen has died at the age of seventy five been battling Alzheimer's disease died last night at his home in Denver, after a years long battle with Alzheimer's. He will be enshrined, by the way, in the pro football hall of fame. Unfortunately, posthumously. And about two months. In Boland's, thirty five year tenure as Broncos owner, the team had as many FU per bowl trips seven as they did losing seasons Broncos won three of those Super Bowls. By the way. Nineteen Eighty-four the Broncos had the most winning seasons. Twenty one in the NFL and the second most playoff appearances eighteen bolan known as mister be to those who were informed was also the first owner in pro football history to oversee a team that won three hundred games in their first thirty years of existence class act rest in peace. Pat
Pat Bowlen, Denver Broncos' owner, has died at 75
"Some sad news from the NFL world that happened overnight, Pat bolan longtime owner of the Denver Broncos his past the seventy five. He bought the team way back in nineteen eighty four seven Super Bowl appearances. And only seven losing seasons. In thirty four years as the owner of the team three championships, thirteen division championships. Eighteen playoff appearances. He'll be inducted into the hall of fame in August. That was decided back in February. He's been battling Alzheimer's disease for years in two thousand fourteen he stepped away from the. Day to day management of the team, a three person trust has been running the team for the past five years, and eventually one of his children. Will take over. The day to day control of the franchise seven children. It's led to some ugliness. It's lead to some legal fights. It seemed to be pointing toward. Brittany bolan who's in her late twenties, and who's coming back to work for the team, full-time soon. But the goal is to keep it in the family. But Pat bolan decided before he stepped away that he wants to be sure that the right person is running team. You have to put it in one person's hands for NFL purposes, there has to be one person who runs a team one person who controls the team day to day, one person who shows up at the meetings and cast votes on behalf of the team. And automatically if they just can't find any of the children. Who are suited to take over then, then the inferior the team could be sold. But I think the goal is Pat bowlen's goal was to keep. The franchise in the family Sarkin Dolan, says to the Broncos to the and family. Thirty five years as owner and a great, great run instrumental also in the television, growth of the NFL, the creation of NFL network. The establishment of Sunday night football as the new Monday night football, Pat, bowl and work closely with dick Ebersol. Back in two thousand six till I the foundation for the flip flop of Monday night football from broadcast to cable and Sunday night football from cable broadcast and Sunday night football became the biggest game of the week and the flex option Pepple and directly responsible for putting all that together. And having the vision to make it happen and working with dick Ebersol to make it a
"bolan" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"What does it matter what anybody has to say about me? I know who I am, as a person, I know feel. Always trust myself. And that was my goal focusing. You know, that's what one of the things that no take on the floor care about what media's has to say about me or going, if they want me to score whatever's thirty points because I did the game before come out and play right away. I'm not trying to make it line. Not try to make headlines, but I do cO I Leonard post game NBA finals MVP for a second time in his career as I said, our phone number's eight five five two one two four two two seven. Now coming up, we'll get to some of your answers. What's the next big thing in sport? So use hashtag next big thing, a lot of you finding me on Twitter, a law radio. And also on our Facebook page, as usual, you're below in it up. The US open is one round deep and we had a record setting performance from one Justin Rose. How did Tiger Woods fair? What about the two time defending champ Brooks? And once again, the breaking news from literally the minutes that we started the show is, is when it. I became public, the longtime owner of the Denver Broncos. Pat bolan dies at seventy five years old. He was home with his family after a ten year battle with Alzheimer's. He finally succumbs, and he is a he's a guy who was responsible for building the Denver Broncos that I fell in love with back when I was a teenager. They earn five per bowl trips in his first fifteen seasons of ownership and I fell in love with that excitement. In the play of John Elway his final active season as an owner was two thousand thirteen when they got to their sixth, Super Bowl and made it seven and we're able to win the title with bolan as the owner in two thousand fifteen but of course he's long since he had long since stopped making public appearances his family had taken over control of the team. And, and he went out as the owner taking care of the franchise. I. He wanted to make sure it was in good hands. And so I, I, I've, I've missed Pat bolan for years seeing him on the sidelines at his presence with the team tell you my, my memory of being up close and personal with Pat bolan. No. When I was in college, I did this crazy thing that only college students do. And I drove overnight. So I, I had some type of some commitment at Syracuse, and I drove, I think I was working I got in the car, and I drove overnight from Syracuse New York to Foxborough, Massachusetts. Because the Broncos were playing at New England and instead of taking someone with me, I decided, I would get the closest seat that I could find the Broncos sidelines. So I paid probably more than I could afford as a college student. I drove overnight I was exhausted. So I slept in my car, the Foxborough parking lot, while people tailgated around me remember it was really warm. My car didn't have AC. I wasn't gonna leave it running anyway. And so I had my windows down and I. Fell asleep. Even though around me the tailgating was taking place and the Broncos were wrapping up victory against the patriots. It was a pretty handy victory. If I remember I was in row, number nine literally right off the field road. Number nine. And so John Elway was throwing the ball back and forth and warm up that had half time. But what I remember about Pat bolan, if he came down toward the end of the game because it was a big win for the Broncos and he was congratulating all the players, a walking back and forth on the sidelines. But when he was stationary he was standing right in front of me nine rows away from me wearing a full length for coat. I don't remember what time of the year, this was a Suming it was cold, Pat bowl and styling in a full length for coat with a gigantic smile on his face and again congratulating his players when he had the opportunity. So that was my memory, Pat bolan up, close and personal again. He he built the Broncos the franchise that I. Oh love with when I was a young kid or young teen and that I still love today. So thank you. Pat bolan, I'm glad that you are no longer struggling, you can find me on Twitter, Ayla radio or on our Facebook page, thanks so much for tuning in our final show of the work week. Here's our latest sports update. And here star wins..
"bolan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Mike Reiss here a long time coming but what a great night specifically for Pat bolan in his family. Yeah. Definitely was. And it was nice that six of his seven children were there all of his daughters. And they were they were in that room sequestered for about an hour and a half. They that bowling Wallis was saying that they were probably brought into the room a little earlier than they had to because there's a whole group of them. It wasn't just wasn't just one member. It was the whole group. And so they wanted to make sure they were in position, and they they made them wait a long time. I guess more than an hour and a half waiting for the knock, but at four eighteen eastern time, it it finally came. And I guess rather spontaneously on you know. All the ladies screened. Because they knew the knock meant he was in. And so it was it was an exciting moment in Pat bolan deserved it onto fronts one. You know, the success? He had with the Broncos and the Broncos were always competitive just seven losing seasons. And that includes the last two with Vance Joseph one Pat bolan wasn't around the team and then seven Super Bowl appearances at just a remarkable record. And then on the league front, you know with all he did expanding the game. I mean Sunday night football, which is the number one rated show for by leaps and bounds every week since two thousand and six he put that together with dick Ebersol. So a bigger reward for Mr. be on on. That news noted legacy to we talked about this before that, you know, Pat bolan was not maybe an in your face bombastic type of owner. He was a little more ended somewhat in the background. And I wonder if that perception hurt him getting in with some peop-. Because he was every bit as impactful as you say of many of the other owners in the league and for a long time and longer. Yeah. It was. It was a a real injustice that Jerry Jones went in before Pat bolan Jerry Jones to the Cowboys owner. I mean, he he's always out front in front of the camera. Pat, bolan I thought what was symbolic of his reign. He finally got that Super Bowl trophy after Super Bowl thirty two. And you know, the bright spotlight was was on. It was finally time for him to take a bow. And and what did he do? He he couldn't wait to get rid get out of the way and hand the trophy over to John Elway. With those immortal words, this one's for John. I just think that's the that's a, you know, the signatures words of his legacy. And you're right. It's probably why it took them five years. Too long. Certainly champ is well deserving go in on the first ballot. But I want to ask you about Steve atwater. It sounds like momentum is building for Steve. Did you come away with that sense? I did it was his first of all Steve atwater. Didn't even make the first twenty five that's semi-finalists twenty-five cut down the first seven years. He was eligible. Then he started making the twenty five he made it for the eighth consecutive year. Here this year. And then he was a finalist for the second time. And this time for the first time ever, he made it inside the top ten you know, when they when there's fifteen finalists in the room, they cut they make a first cut of five. So they go from fifteen to ten and Steve for the first time got inside the top ten in and sometimes not always. But sometimes that means. That you're ready to go for next year's class. Paula Milo is coming up. He's the safety. So we'll see about that. But Steve atwater is getting some momentum. And he's the next guy that deserves to go win. Well, absolutely here here from all three of us in this room. Mike, we're going to run it that hopefully at fund there in Atlanta. Thanks for your great reporting. It was great in all of fame. Definitely beat the game. So. It was it was it was good that way. So thanks guys. I'm Broncos insider, Mike Klis. Thank you, Mike. And we continue the conversation with Mike Reiss in the Mike literature at the game just.
"bolan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Bolan Bailey. And the Broncos has the longtime team owner and former star cornerback have been elected to the pro football hall of fame bowl and bought the franchise back in nineteen Eighty-four became one of the league's most instrumental owners over the years growing the NFL Bailey. Played about ten years in Denver after coming to the team from Washington team CEO, Joe Ellis, speaking on sister station, orange and blue seven sixty about bolan. He just loved his players. And he knew that the game was all about players and their performance and their struggles. And everything they go through to be the best athletes, they can possibly be the best football players. They can be safeties Steve atwater and John Lynch were also on the ballot. They did not get elected. Denver voters will decide in may whether to decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms a group has gathered enough signatures to put the question on the ballot. Opponents of the idea. Include Geoff Hunt of the conservative think tank centennial institute. This is a serious problem Denver's quickly becoming the illicit drug capital of the world hunt. Telling CBS four if mushrooms are decriminalized proponents next step would be commercialization to baseball. Now Rockies owner dick Montfort saying this weekend that he's glad to get star third baseman Nolan arenando under contract for the coming season. Montfort says negotiations were tough. But the things worked out we surmise what's going on in there. And they surmise what's going on on ours. So to sit down man on man and go through a yeah, I think everybody when we left it was I think every base in good place, the Rockies in our Nado agreeing to a twenty six million dollar deal for the season. If they don't agree on an extension are NADA would become a free agent after the season mixed update at seven thirty. David Kay, okay away. Newsradio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Bowl Sunday, and so forth. Tomorrow high city looking great we had an earlier crash. I seventy eastbound, and we still have some minor delays through the area there. Other natto I twenty five sixth avenue to.
2019 NFL Honors list of winners: Patrick Mahomes shines, Super Bowl coaches shut out, plus Hall of Fame entrants
"For the NFL handing out some hardware on the eve of Super Bowl. Fifty three in Atlanta and giants running back saquon Barkley among those being honored. He was named the league's offensive rookie of the year. Meantime, chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes won the MVP and offensive player of the year awards. The Rams Aaron Donald was named the defensive player of the year and bears. Coach Matt Nagy took home coach of the year honors and speaking of honors former jet center, Kevin Milwaukee getting perhaps football's greatest honor after being selected for on Schreibman into the pro football hall of fame. He'll be joined this summer by Ed Reed. Tony Gonzalez champ. Bailey Tylar, Johnny Robinson, Pat, bolan and gillibrand on the local scoreboard. The magic took down the nets one zero two eighty nine. The Rangers came up short against the lightning three to the islanders have three on answer goals in the third to finish off the kings four to two and the devils rally past the Canadians three two in
BrainStuff Classics: How Do Accents Work?
"Support. For brain stuff comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans are excited to introduce their all new rate shield approval. If you're in the market to buy a home rate shield approval is a real game changer. And here's why first Quicken Loans will lock your rate for up to ninety days while you shop, but here's the crucial part every up your rate stays the same. But if rates go down your rate also drops either way you win. It's the kind of thinking you'd expect from America's largest mortgage lender. To get started. Go to rocketmortgage dot com slash brain stuff rate shield approval. Only valid on certain thirty year purchase transactions. Additional conditions or exclusions may apply based on Quicken Loans. Data in comparison to public data records, equal housing lender. Licensed in all fifty states and m s consumer access dot org number three zero three zero. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Bogle bomb here with another classic episode from our erstwhile host Christian Sager. This episode sets out to answer a question that lots of us around the office having backgrounds in theatre were curious about how do accents work. Hey, I'm Christian Sager. An I'm speaking with an American accent. But where to accents come from not just mine, but all of them. I let's figure out what an accent is accents are just a part of something bigger called dialects. And accent refers to the way a person or a group sounds a dialect refers to the accent in the grammatical features, inherent and a person's speech. So an accent is just a way of pronouncing a language every single person. Speaking has one your accent results from how where and when you learn the language, you're speaking in and it gives impressions about you to other people, no one has a single fixed accent determined by his or her experience because we can and do control the way we speak both consciously and unconsciously, in fact, most people change the way, they speak depending on who's listening and our accents can even change. When we have new life experiences, but we're to accents in general, come from, well, primarily two things isolation and human nature, we're social animals, and when we're in groups we like to behave in similar fashion and show that we belong, and we do this in multiple ways language is no different. When groups become distinct the way, they speak becomes distinct too. So if a single group, separates socially and geographically think of group f going to one island in group b going to another then over time they developed distinct dialects, they may eventually even sound like two different languages, humans are widely travelled species. And as distinct groups mingled with others their accents changed combining some traits while losing others. No accent is particularly better than another while you might hear some folks talk about accentless English with they're really talking about our dialects like received, pronunciation or. Or general American which are the reference varieties? They're transcribed in dictionaries and often taught to foreign English students, but they are accents and on the less. So what does your accent say about you? It depends on who's listening. You might have an accent that is associated with a particular place like London, for example. But some people may just associate that with England and in all languages, some accents have higher or lower perceived prestige. Meaning they are often associated with a higher social class. For example, Americans have often looked down on the southern US accent, the southern accent is associated with several stereotypes. But other English speakers say in the UK or ustralia might not share the same prejudice. They will however have their own stereotypes about accents. And these stereotypes won't completely carry over to other English groups either. So if there's an accent joke in a British film, your American friends might not get it at all. These perceptions are not based on anything inherent in the accent. If you play recordings of different accents to non English speakers, they won't be able to tell which ones are high or low prestige. But if you really feel that your accent isn't working, then the good news is that you can change it. You'll have to work at it figure out. Exactly how you'd like to sound. And then expose yourself to that as much as possible, but it is possible. Today's episode was written by Ben bolan and produced by Tyler claim for more on this and lots of other topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. I'm Erin minke by now, you've probably heard about my newest podcast on obscured. It's a seasonal show that dives deep into a single major historical event. And this season has been all about the Salem witch trials with the release of episode twelve on December nineteenth the entire season is out. It's the perfect opportunity to get caught up and finish the journey. You started or to dive in and binge the entire show, but we're not done. Just yet starting on January second we'll be releasing all six of our incredible historian interviews for you to hear in full. These were great conversations with the leading scholars in the world of the Salem witch trials, and you won't want to miss them. 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BrainStuff Classics: What Causes Chapped Lips?
"Support. For brain stuff comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans are excited to introduce their all new rate shield approval. If you're in the market to buy a home rate shield approval is a real game changer. And here's why first Quicken Loans will lock your rate for up to ninety days while you shop, but here's the crucial part every up your rate stays the same. But if rates go down your rate also drops either way you win. It's the kind of thinking you'd expect from America's largest mortgage lender. To get started. Go to rocketmortgage dot com slash brain stuff rate shield approval. Only valid on certain thirty year purchase transactions. Additional conditions or exclusions may apply based on Quicken Loans. Data in comparison to public data records, equal housing lender. Licensed in all fifty states and m l s consumer access dot org number three zero three zero. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Pay rain stuff on Bogle bomb. And today's episode is another classic from our former host Christian Sager. He's talking about a topic that is increasingly relevant to my life. As winter sets in. Why do lips get chapped? Hey, I'm Christian Sager in this is brain stuff. I'm going to go out on a limb here and say you've probably had chapped lips at some point. Well, here's what's happening. Your lips are pretty delicate things in the one at the top. That's your labia m- surprise Auras. And the one on the bottom is your labia m- inferiors, or is collectively they form an enormously sensitive incredibly flexible part of your body, and it's tough to picture life without them. However, they also have some vulnerabilities, for instance, the skin of your lips is different from the rest of your face. Let's take a closer. Look. The outer layer is called the epidermis, and it has a protective covering called the stratum Cornelia underneath your epicure miss is another layer of skin the Durmus like the rest of your skin, your lips have all three of these layers. The difference is that the stratum m- on your lips is way thinner than it is anywhere else on your body. In fact, it's part of the reason people. Lips? Have that alluring red or pink pigment? It comes from underlying blood vessels red colored. Blood-filled capillaries close to the thin skin. On your lips next. Your lips. Also, don't have the oil and sweat glands that protect other parts of your body. Their only source of moisture is your saliva, and that's why they can easily become dry and chapped. And that's usually the culprit here hydration we often experienced chapped lips in cold weather, not because our lips are allergic to winter or anything. But instead because the outside air tends to be drier. And this also dries out the lips and this drying out is the leading cause of chapped lips also known as common Khayelitsha's. Luckily, there are some pretty simple ways to prevent this. I in no matter what the cause of your chapped lips might be stopped licking them. I know I know it can be difficult habit to break. But licking your lips can contribute significantly to dry cracked skin, the saliva evaporates quickly. Taking with it any moisture that was already on your lips and leaving them even drier, especially in winter air and speaking of amazing segues, let's tackle weather related Chapman. If you have very dry air in your house, consider investing in a humidifier. If you're outside them, protect your lips with the product that contains beeswax or Petra labrum, which will help maintain your lips hydration. If you plan to be out in the sun for awhile help prevent dryness by using a sunscreen on your lips as well a lip balm with SPF in it could help address both of these issues at once and as always drinking plenty of fluids is a great move for your entire body. Not just your lips. And that's it. Well, well, almost we didn't talk about the multiple other causes of chapped lips or lip balm addiction, or whether some of the ingredients in those things actually caused chapped lips which is an interesting little conspiracy theory. Today's episode was written by Ben bolan and produced by Tyler playing to hear more about fringe theories. But probably not too many involving chapstick tune into bends show stuff. They don't want you to know available wherever you get your podcasts. And of course, for more on this and lots of other protective topics isn't our home planet has stuff. Works dot com. The end of the world with Josh Clark is a ten part audio podcast series. Coming November, seven hosted by me stuff. You should know. Josh Clark the series explores existential risks threats to human existence that are so big so sweeping so utterly catastrophic. That they could bring about the sudden impermanent end to the human race. We're not used to these kinds of risks climate change nuclear war. These are terrible things, but they don't even register in the
"bolan" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"You don't have to listen to any of the preceding episodes in order to enjoy this one. But if you liked the show, you should go back and listen to the mall as to not miss out on the inside jokes running jokes or priceless knowledge regarding animals or pirates or life in general follower show on Instagram at the Rose Bowl and podcast world. Someone Twitter at Ross Bohlin pod or on Facebook somewhere. Nobody cares accepts as every day through these social media outlets put out content photos, videos related to the show. We highlight segments from old episodes. We make announcements and shit. We fill up our Instagram story with slides that you the listeners, the rby gang members of Cinta, Mike via Snapchat. My Snapchat by the way is at w. r. bolan. Mike is at mica t x m h t x in Texas. So send us though snaps. Him coming, and we will add the best ones to the Instagram story at the Rose Bowl and podcast where you can see them and all the other ones coming in from everybody who listens some announcements in a men's quickly announcements. I, we nearing the end of call your grandparents month August. So it's more imperative than ever that you call your damn grandparents. They need to hear from you. They love you. They have priceless knowledge to impart upon your feeble naive head. So I challenge you all whether you've already called your grandparents this month or not to pick up the phone at least one more time before August is over. You've got just a few days here and call your grandparents. Speaking of grandparents shout out to Chris h is grandma Teresa. She's his best friend and they share a birthday which is tight. So out grandma Teresa girl. This episode is for you and all the other grandma's out there. One amends, I guess an amend. That I need to make is. This week, I'd like to make amends for not staying on top of our Snapchat to keep of my personal Snapchat to keep our Instagram page for the podcast flush with all your hilarious content. I did fill it up last night. The Instagram story is going strong at the moment. I will do it again the second. We're done recording today, but there was a couple days there where the story was not loaded up the way it needs to be a nets on me. I gotta be better for my teammates for my family. I let my coaches down. Those are my amends for the week. Let's get into this RVP's seventy six first segment. Say cheese. So my brother and sister in law came in town this weekend with my little baby niece..
"bolan" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"You can find those segments with time cues. In the description. You don't have to listen to any of the preceding episodes in order to enjoy this one. But if you liked the show, you should go back and listen to the mall as to not miss out on the inside jokes, running jokes, priceless knowledge regarding animals or pirates or life. In general. You could follow our show on Instagram at the Rose Bowl and podcast more coming on that in a minute eight on Twitter at Ross Bohlin pod where also available on Facebook somewhere. Nobody cares everyday to the social media outlets put up photos videos, other content related to the. Show recent topics we put highlights from old episodes, make announcements and shit. We fill up our Instagram story with slides that Rb p gang members of Sint to Mike and I on Snapchat to clarify if that's confusing to you, do send Mike Snapchat. We screen shot it and we put it up on the Rb p Instagram story. Okay. That's how it works. My Snapchat, by the ways at w. r. bolan Mike is at Mike Itea x. as in Texas, keep the snaps coming. We'll keep loading up the story. I am aware that I'm a couple days behind on the Ol- Snapchat s- but I'm gonna get them after we record today and load that Instagram story up again with new stuff. Some announcements in a men's quickly, call your grandparents month starts tomorrow. The entire month of August in full is officially call your grandparents month call your fucking grandparents. We will talk more about this on Thursday. You've heard me speak multiple times to why this is important, including..
"bolan" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Twice, broken up into segments with time cues, pay attention. You don't have to listen to any of the preceding episodes of this show in order to enjoy Rb p sixty five. But if you do like the show, I asked that you go back and listen to all the episodes or as many as you can. Eventually you will get caught up. So you don't miss out on the inside jokes, running jokes, priceless knowledge, things of that nature follower show on Instagram at the Rose Bowl and podcast. We are also on Twitter at Ross Bohlin pod or on Facebook somewhere. Nobody cares every day through the social media outlets put out photos videos, other content related to the show, highlighting recent topics or old episodes. We also make announcements and shit. We fill up our Instagram story with slides that Rb p gang members of Sint to Mike on Snapchat. My Snapchat is at w. r. bolan Mike at Mike Petit ex, keep snaps coming will keep throwing them up on the Instagram story. Some announcements in a men's first of all, again is last time I'll say it, but the invitations are available. The dropbox link. I have distributed that link on Twitter. I will put it back up in the Instagram story today with a swipe up, download your favorite, print them out, distribute them, grow the gang, a few make your own different. Rb p gang invitations and you wanna send them to me. I'll add to the dropbox folder. Go for it quitting day. Still officially August. Second, again, put on your calendar. It's coming up very quickly. Frankly, it's starting to stress me out a little bit, but that's okay. That's that's the whole point, right? If you look into cut something bad out of your life, the creates negatively. You could be a boyfriend. It could be out gall. It could be cigarettes could be dip. It could be. Crack cocaine, it could be whacking it. It could be. I don't know. What else could you do too much of Mike to be all of those things could be all of that you could be doing all of those things and to quit all of them. Yeah. A one week from today is that really true? You got seven days, man. I'm going to be dipping a lot this week. This is me warning my gums. Yes, so August seconds, quitting day, I'm going to quit dip. Mike is going to quit booze for month. If you want to quit something. This is the time probably gonna make t.'s t-shirts. Shout out the Caitlyn more going to chemo right now crush that shish shouts. My mom wanted everybody to know that my mom didn't go AM. She didn't go to Texas m. she's not an Aggie. She went to Baylor. She wanted to be very clear about this. She asked that I mentioned it on the show shallow Debbie. Yes. We talked about mind, fuck movies, the best mind, Fook movies, American psycho should have been on that list, and that's on me. That's a mind. Fuck movie. The fucking. It's not a spoiler at the end, you don't know if he's done any of these things or not, and it's a mind. Fuck should have been on there. I love American, psycho, fantastic movie that being said, let's start the show I segment hotline calls are hotline. Number is eight w. r. bolan just like my Twitter, just like my Snapchat, just like my Instagram. You can call that number eight. WR bolan anytime any day of the week, the line is open for you. It's a voicemail. You're not going to be talking to a human being Mike, and I don't sit here and answer phone calls all day. You leave whatever message you want. If you mess up, you can just hang up and call back. It's not a big deal. It happens all of the time. Some people call like five times. I would prefer you didn't have to do that because it just takes me longer to get through them. But I understand none of us are perfect. Just call back. No big deal. Eight WR born. You can ask a question, give us a take on a topic. You're passionate about giving a. Segment suggestion, constructive criticism about the show, whatever it may be. Maybe you just need somewhere to unleash some anger or frustration about something. I'm obviously not gonna play that on the show, but it's it's there for you to do that..
"bolan" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast
"They aren't actually semi tomatoes. So I think we talked about this with the olive oil thing, like all San Marzano, tomatoes, it's very difficult to know whether you were getting the authentic article. I don't have any secret techniques for doing so we just try to get legit San Marzano ones because we feel like there is a small difference in tastes. It makes it, but your mileage may vary maybe like once from New Jersey better, maybe. California better. I think it's personal preference, but there are good ones in bad ones, try different ones. Are there any other tomato products that you mix in with the canned tomatoes, like adding additional tomato, paste or something like that? You can do that. I mean, we do it with bolan as and stuff, but that's not a recipe this just from a book. But now our family recipe does not add tomato paste or anything, but I wouldn't. You know it's part of the recipe that you like, go forward, whatever garlic onions, both both in line now, some people add sugar to sauce. Are you one of those or do you have an opinion about that? I am not one of those. I know people do that if that's what you like from whatever like I don't. I don't do it. Do you cook the meat in the sauce with the sausage you add, you put them separately like apply the sauce of the meat like table side. So this is an interesting thing. So the recipe that we use his basically my father's mother's recipe slightly modified. But my mother's mother also had a recipe. My mother's mother baked the meatballs in the oven, did not cook them at us. My father's mother fried them in a pan and then cook them, cook the Wester, the rest away through in the sauce. And so that's what we do form them. Framing a pan, the Brown, the outside, they cook the rest of the way in the sauce. That seems like the most common, but I've had my other my my mother's mother did the baked ones..
"bolan" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Transit on the twos bolan update the dakota palmira bridge in the up position we see other mealey's furniture jam cam the styles you'll love for less there is a northbound panamanian freighter on the river it is heading up towards fareless hill so we will see the burlington bristol bridge go up at about forty five minutes to an hour but right now to coney palmira bridge all traffic stop for an opening and we're seeing delays on ninety five northbound you're jammed from penns landing generally up to academy in the midst of that there is an accident right before academy in this are actually just past academy in the center lane southbound delays from bridge street to gerard have you get on the girard point bridge and then slow from ridley park to three twenty two bloomberg's outbound crawling from saint david's the baltimore pike or police marvin activity on the shoulder northbound delays from ninety five to that point they're doing delays on four twenty two eastbound turnpike it made county thirty by between one hundred and three twenty two and we're also seeing delays on the boulevard northbound from the schuylkill up to broad street now on the schuylkill both ways between the boulevard in two zero two it's about a thirty to forty minute ride about twenty five minutes longer than normal jammed on the vine expressway in both directions some good news in university city chestnut street now they have one lane getting by at thirtieth street but that area is still a mess in new jersey just getting there on the watt women is jammed all the way across then forty two from that point down to two ninety five and in westville a nasty accident dulcie drive took out a light pole traffic signal at parkview drive that's just off of two ninety five that.
"bolan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Justice now saying that the policy is not two separate families democratic congressman walking castro of texas urging anyone concerned about kids to look beyond party lines i'm not speaking to you as a democrat and i hope you don't hear me as a republican or a democrat or independent or libertarian this is very much a call to conscience castro at a rally in san antonio thursday night the white house still working out details of the president's meeting with the top north korean official friday in washington it's not the kim jong un meeting but pretty close i believe they'll be coming down to washington on friday it's not clear top north korean negotiator kim young chill will meet in the oval office or another location either way it will be a big step toward peace between the two nations as they work toward that plan trump kim jong un meeting on june twelve andy field abc news washington a secretary of state mock pompeii reported quote good progress in talks to keep the summit of life some of the united states closest allies in neighbors now facing steel and aluminum tariffs imposed by the trump administration the announcement of tariffs on some of the united states is biggest trading partners has drawn criticism of fellow republicans nebraska senator ben sasse saying in a statement quote this is dumb europe canada and mexico are not china and you don't treat allies the same way you treat opponents ohio governor john casick telling cnn the move is no longer america first but a miracle alone and across the border mexican officials announcing reciprocal tariffs on us goods ranging from steel to apples and blueberries janine norman abc news washington stocks skidded after those tariffs were announced the dow fell two hundred and fifty two points the sp lost nineteen while the nasdaq slid twenty this is abc news koa newsradio time twelve oh to the pat bolan trust is saying no.
"bolan" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast
"Rejected you cool our next question is from bolan miller bolan says that he just heard back from someone about one of his scripts this is the first time i've heard back from someone and right after that a head of ecuadorans at a production company asked for the same script i sent them both the script and i'm not sure how to proceed what do they want from me ms it better if i have my own production team or better if i don't should i ask for a meeting it depends some studios companies would want you to have a production company because that's who they work with if their distributors others are going to want to identify themselves as the producers to potentially option the material to develop it with you to take it further so absolutely ask for a meeting because you're not going to be able to infer what it is they're looking for they may have all sorts of different ideas someone may be thinking of you as the writer director that they want to to make this film others may think we can purchase screenplay from you set it up with this other writer and punch it up and make it into a huge budget movie and then maybe it's something where you get paid a decent amount of money and walk away i think without taking that meeting you're not gonna know and you absolutely ask for a meeting if they had a screenplay and they can respond and then say we didn't respond to material so they can reject you from the meeting standpoint but you have nothing to lose i think you definitely want to turn it into a conversation face to face conversation as quickly as possible have you ever had experiences where if you're screenplays participating in markets of some kind and because there's a public announcement about that so your project in your name is kind of now out there that you're starting to get emails in calls from those in the industry may be asking to two seater maybe it's not ready it's too early and you're being told to maybe say thank you i will be happy to share it when it's ready but like.
"bolan" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Disgruntlement at the way in the atmosphere and the way things were done in two thousand seventeen and maybe just over the course of time as well how long does it go on okay ben bohlen headed because i went onto one no no it's okay ben bolan had a tweet this morning where he said he was hearing that maybe brady's doing this on purpose that kind of creating some drama for bella check in the off season what do you make of that is that tongue in cheek or is that something that ben is being serious about no i don't think that's tongue in cheek and i absolutely think that that look i think the time when tom notes threw zell when tom versus time that he wants to feel appreciated and have fun well if he doesn't feel appreciated for taking less money over the years and putting himself out there and always taken the bullets for the franchise you know win anytime there's a conflict what better way to show that you feel unappreciated then wait until your safety net is removed from the picture and then all of a sudden say you know what i'm not actually sure i'm gonna keep away keep playing or not i think there is an aspect of it but if but if he he's only going to play for the patriots if this is all done then he retires a patriot he you can't see him in in another uniform i absolutely positively could talked openly about that over the years to dan you know i want to finish my career here this is where i wanna be this is a team i wanna play for but not everyone gets to dictate where they finish and i absolutely could see him playing someplace else i just get the feeling that giselle i know she said it's it's up to him but man that's a strong influence that you have there and i i honestly thought if they won the super bowl tom brady was going to retire i i really thought that you think the likelihood or possibility.
"bolan" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Call your grandparents and your parents i as a result of his email i'm gonna have to spend three hours on the phone after we recorded a catching up with all mines the whole damn bolan squads getting calls today she is real shout out to mazzi next segment i'm pump for this mike we got a lot of good stuff life's biggest trash moments we did a segment called life's biggest trash moments our vp twenty three and asked you guys the listeners to send in your biggest trash moments and as always darby gang came through really did so shadow everybody who sinton there's i'm just gonna run through them here there when you attempting to peel a sticker and the top half comes off in the bottom paper have is still stuck and everything is ruined the worst i think this happens to me like eighty percent of the time i'm trying to peel the sticker i'm terrible because i don't have nails i bite my nails off i can't do i can't do stickers sucks losing a sports bit on a meaningless last second score whether it's a layup in basketball or fuel goal and football is happens to me a lot as well is the opposite when you get a cheap meaningless bucket to win a yeah ridiculous back cover that's enough moment fisher yeah when you go to put on some clothes straight out of the dryer it's usually like socks or underwear because those are the things you need straight out of the drier and they're just slightly damp still.