18 Burst results for "Buck Rogers"
"buck rogers" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"It's all of these points in our history and because humans are so flexible are so much software compared to hardware. We're born with so much capability that isn't hardwired in more than any other animal on the planet then you know we are adopted to being post industrialists. Not as well as we should be and not maybe even possibly to be perfectly adapted given the rate of change. But you know why why now. Why now in part because we were talking about writing it for you know for ten years while you're teaching while we're still at evergreen and we were able to now. When when when evergreen blew up we began to have an audience and the words are many generations of students. Were still ringing in our ears. You know we're still affiliated connected with many of them who had been saying to us for years. Please find a way to take the teaching of evolution biology and specifically what the two of you have to have been doing into some kind of packaged forum. So that it can be delivered unto other people. My dad said before he died. He said. I'm kind of glad i'm not going to be around to have to see and make the decisions that your generation and the one following you is going to have to make he said But it's going to be fascinating one way or another. He said he was born in nineteen twenty six and he said i remember as a kid. We looked up at the moon and we never thought man could walk on the moon and when we started seeing buck rogers and that was movie stuff. That wasn't actually landing on the mood. He said halfway through my life. We're on the moon and look at us now. He said all of the technology everything that is moving so rapidly. I said no. It's really exciting. He said it is. But we're missing. Something and i said what and i think this is. The whole point of your book is he said read. Plato we're struggling exactly the.
"buck rogers" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"He's protecting his voice so whether he's touring with slash featuring myles kennedy and the conspirators whether he's touring with alter bridge or whether he's out on a solo tour especially now as he's getting ready to support his new solo album the ides of march between traveling and press and getting up on the stage every night to be able to give the audience the best performance possible. You don't get a chance very often to sit down and talk to miles. And i had heard he was an amazing guy. Totally sweet and open and honest and approachable. But i never really got a chance to sit down with him and have a conversation. And i always kind of wondered why and now i know so. I was honored that miles took the before. He hit the road on the ides of march. Tour to talk to me about his solo album. How he's been spending his time through the lockdown to talk about how he takes care of his voice to give me marriage advice and talk about songwriting. We even talked about ben guli and buck rogers and at some point conversations. Always go to the dogs literally. We talked about our dogs. I really enjoy getting to know miles. And he was exactly as people had described him to be charming. Wonderful approachable open honest and so much more. So allow me to introduce you to myles kennedy. Hey what's up. This is sally. From god's smack strap on those boots baby because you are now in the trenches of the war room with the one and.
"buck rogers" Discussed on The Wise Fool
"Poke magazines and pope paperbacks and and the the the the magazines you get real the recovers you know like like they're always be like like some space munster and he'd be kidnapping some really beautiful girl with hardly any clothes on you know but she never little bubble space helmet sometimes sometimes not and then there be the i come under the you know buck rogers or somebody like that. Definitely there or ring. Yeah he was painting something like those things. Gee i thanked have jonathan. I never daydream about being the artist in paris with the bill for glamorous buydell wyan around without any clothes. You've seen lots of movies with artists. Like i never dreamed about being an artist like that now and wanted to be. The os drew one. But i really used to wanna be the big rich art collector. That was the best one. Were actually that brings up like what happened to some of these works like these works that you donated..
"buck rogers" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"Fbi is mental. I was surprised. I was surprised. But instrumental music is actually one of my favorite song cool. Especially if i'm busy doing something because because my nature and also my bags my background in english On the east. Side i actually. I sometimes get so attached beliefs of a song that i can't really focus on my task at hand so i put on instrumental music so it allows me to let go yes. That's an escape. Yeah and they say it's sometimes speaks martyr your soul because the lyrics are there between you. I agree like we decided to just let their exco that wrote because i just felt like in every creative endeavor i need a game in the in the in the creative endeavor like a game to kind of let our minds of relaxed and and zoom in in kind of ning in veg or whatever and meditate and then and and if it's not a game it's a reflecting point or an introspective moment or a meditative won't depending on the personality and how they you know view themselves and their world like whatever it is. It's a chance for the brain to rest. And so i'm like okay. I just don't feel like the lyrics are allowing the brain to enter reflect on. You know it's it. You know the fun and also the whims the musical. You know Side of of you know what we just propose like the wormhole love song type You know experience. So i'm like okay. We just gotta let the lyrics co and just and just let the brain rest and that's really important to me is just not filling the space all the time that just allowing everyone to kind of reflect at in in the way they need to reflect and giving space and time space time to do to do that brains work in the spirit's work and you know in bringing the emotional and spiritual and musical and artistic self altogether so it was important to me i guess to finally just let the lyrics go and we can always bring them back if we ever do an extended release of of warhol tesseract and we can bring them back but for now we're just like we'll just let it go. I mean production wise. I heard you when you were writing that tesseract that part of the song which became its own track. I i heard you yourself in that melody like you. Would you were playing on ukulele. Our auto harper. Whatever you wrote it on you're singing it over and over and over and i heard you. I was in the other part of house. I heard that melody over and over. No i thought to myself that. Like i have to confess. I have an affinity for the some of those cheesy late sixties. Early seventies acts like the association in the fifth dimension. And they're great. Act actor great accent and i just heard this as like you know some kind of disco fantasia like solid gold dancers her something. That's exactly what i said. It was Where we know. I was i was like like i was going. Wow like eight. It reminded me a brought me back to their. I was like it was in the fifties saw like a lot of plans a lot. A blend of lots of different influences are fee but to me. It's more like a blend of feelings than how cool that's really cool. That is really cool and are almost like almost like an. I also like heard almost like a like a tv theme song for like a you know like every week you'd back in the early seventies are you'd you'd you'd look forward to your. You can only watch your tv show once a week when it was you know and you'd look forward to it and then when you hear that music all boy was exciting and it's almost this song almost has that tv theme quality where it's like. I can picture credits rolling as it's like the number writing Because i grew up. In cleveland in. There's a lake road. It's like the coastal line of of lake erie. And i was thinking about how my biological parents matting in. Or near cleveland dino near lake road and just that coastline of just driving that lake erie coast. But when i was i was you know raised on tv when my mom had to work. You know like one two three jobs and lung and so i looked like michael. I look forward to you. Know these shows and and the theme songs of scrape you know a yeah and so an a lot when i moved to california and i was on the one on one. I'm like i've been here before. And unlike you haven't you've only been here because of television. I think you know and i've just i'm like i've seen this before. Yes because i've seen television film from that was shot here on this road and so i was thinking of michael's parents who then met on the coast of you know drying up and down the one oh one and they have family video restricts together when we were dating up and one doing the doing the the actual code possessor. And so. i'm like this this. This is a song where we're turning in. Were traveling and all of a sudden unlikely pairs. Unlikely people meet enact and then you know An unlikely you know a quirky will you know and it has. The has the same quality like the theme shows like theme songs from shows like great space coaster income cheesy. It's cheesy but we embrace the cheese like that's that's part of us. There's a cheesiness. Yeah i agree. I agree i don't watch tv now. I have watched shouldn't but twenty years but back in high school. I used to high tells home to watch star trek de me too. I grew up watching the original series. And i must have seen every episode of that three times by the time i was nine and then when next generation came out i was i was all in so i never watched star trek but i was i had a. I don't know how. I didn't know how to get that. That on on the tv that we had so the show that i could get was It was lost in space and buck rogers and so those were mine. Twos and okay. I cannot wait for injure ranger will robinson the theme song for buck rogers. I don't remember. Oh i love. I love that show. Yeah they're different. But you know it the buck rogers with i think michael get this. I would put my cloaking device when my brothers put that on.
"buck rogers" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"They actually a funny story isn't serious about this. Yesterday At my family Thanksgiving, I went to my parent's house. And when I was little, like five years old, I had this little like play set of a kitchen with plates and Was spoons and forks and all this up and they were really tiny, and my dad was on the phone. One time he would literally just goes straight. My dad's on the phone one time now it's pretend eating something right? And I lost the fork. How old now again, So we're like, five or six and I don't know. Maybe I had thrown it despite their child that five or six different times. Okay, Simpler time. I would probably thrown it behind me or something like that. But for whatever reason, when I couldn't find it, I had convinced myself that I swallowed This little fork That was literally no more than like my thumb length smaller than that. Yeah, I guess I ran out to my dad and was like dead like Dad, Dad, and he's on the phone. He's like, Wait. A second, like doesn't think it's serious. And I'm just like nobody which, by the way, spoon real quick, real quick pause. Parents back then, too like they wouldn't now. Are you kidding? Now? They would have hoped my precious little and they're rushing off to the emergency room. Back then your dad's like Hang on. Daddy's on the phone. Yes, so that when I was like, No, I think I follow the spoon or fork. He was like, I gotta go hangs up and we looked, I guess for this little spoon or fork for like 20 minutes. We finally found it, so I did not swallow it. But for whatever reason, I had convinced myself that I did also one time. Wait. What was that Certain? Wait, wait. First of all, Why did your parents give you laundry detergent as a Christmas present? When I was little, I guess my mom was doing laundry. I was crawling around, so I was like little little. And I had licks like the residue off little cap and my mom instantly called poison control. And, like the amount that I had liked, it wasn't enough to like. Tell me, so I'm still here and I'm fine, but That's another thing that happened now. Good time. But that actually happened. That really did happen. Did you ever find the little spoon or fork? We eventually found it. Yeah, I looked around for like 20 minutes, eventually found it. My mom yesterday. It was like Well, didn't you know she hadn't swelled? It's and she like, wasn't choking or coughing or anything like she was just being normal. But I had told them I swallowed it so He was convinced I smiled this little fork. You would have found it eventually. That's your how'd you swallowed it? That's a great point. That's a great point. I'm just saying so anyway. Stay away from those choking hazard toys. Everything is It's like, what are you supposed to give a kid? Okay. You don't want to give him something. That's an electronic item. Because what people say they're too young. They don't need have a phone in their face. They don't need to be in front of a video game. Things like that. Okay, so if you take technology off the table Catch just cold, hard cash. I don't know. But what This is yeah, even dollars. Like I think Barbie's those little shoes on Barbie's. You can totally small issue. S o. I came across a list of the This is what I buy Time. Time magazine some, uh, year to ago. The 100 greatest toys. I'm gonna go through some of these toys. And you tell me how I could die from the toy because I'm willing to bet that If we go through the are you telling me when I click on the 19 thirties? Look, Buck Rogers pistol really, really. Finger paints. Kids aren't exactly putting in a finger paints. You think they're not gonna put that in their mouth? That's true. I'm just saying, though, the simpler time simpler time. Potentially more deadly but a simpler time. More of the Steves graffiti show next on.
"buck rogers" Discussed on WDRC
"Leroy, You have your book, You and Craig on home and build your little raft. Well, we'll just gonna look at the comic books while you're getting him. Yeah, Roger. Now, Craig, forget about Buck. Rogers along and play like Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn. Okay, Okay, Come on, Huckleberry. Hey. Yes, I guess I know how to handle Children. Lope Evey customer. Hello Met together, Tina. Yes, I got engrossed in what? I was reading and didn't hear you come in. Yes. Alright, baby. I know how it is to get interested in the book. I just bought one Tom Sawyer. Oh, excellent book. I'm sorry. I think you'll enjoy it. It's really rely. PV. Yeah, it's in excellent book for Leroy, then yes. Didn't think you'd have it. So I picked it up at the bookstore when I have it at home. I'll just reading about whitewashing the fence again. The other evening, Young Sawyer was quite a boy. But nowadays are big call is for these pocket mysteries. Pocket mysteries. What good is a P B. Well, I ain't fit to pocket. Just look at yourselves. TV nothing but mysteries in comic books. That this is where Leroy gets all of his wild ideas I wouldn't can't at well, it is thought to be a law against him, right? Don't know Mr Galley slave. These comic books are quite progressive. It's time. At the atomic bomb before the Russian their rockets and space ships here, way ahead of ours. Bombs, rockets and spaceships. Peavy here after I forbid you to sell any of those books to Leroy Yeah, That's what you say. Mr Gillis leave, Although he hasn't been buying any If you don't want him to come in sprawl on the floor and read them from cover to cover out. They won't be doing it anymore, Baby. I'm selecting his reading material now. But I have about six cigars enough to tide me over tomorrow. Alright, man, Candy, Mr Gillis means we'll be open tomorrow afternoon. If you should care for something open on Thanksgiving Day people well, along toward evening, we usually have quite a brisk run on bank harmony. Oh, Too bad You can't spend the day at home with Mrs.
"buck rogers" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"He in Oakland be in a very nice Jaguar. XJ s sorry, YouTube. They're fascists. You don't get to hear our music. It is Friday. It's Second Amendment Friday. Ask Dr G. Anything Friday, and it doesn't even matter that it's Friday because every single day is you weigh only have 14 hours to save you. Eyes a flash Gordon they one of the greatest movies ever made a my correct shad rack. Hey, Mom, uh, fail, fail fail. Put that job, huh? Come on, advertised that job, and he's gonna be must like Flash Gordon, and you can hear that shortly in the studio. He's Jay Jay Carafano on Twitter, Vice President, the Heritage Foundation. Preventing World War 31 tweet other time, James, Welcome back. Oh, God. In that soundtrack Queen, the best man in the world Queen. Come on. It was just great camp. Yeah, this time, but it was gonna discuss. Okay. Max on cider, huh? That's made back there. Is that better? Casting the maximum insider is Ming the merciless Everything except the original name who is also from the black and white ones. Yeah, I grew up watching those on reruns of black. You could get them on YouTube. Buck Rogers. You couldn't get flash Gordon. Incredible. So what you can find cereal. What you can find on YouTube is somebody's taken all the Who's there called cliffhangers? Because you go everywhere You go to the movie on the Saturday today, pulling back they would play this little like 10 15 minute thing, And then you have to come back next week to see what happened. But YouTube they take them on a string them together like a movie, and you can watch the whole flash Gordon movie, which is time on that guy, the original mink scary when your kid got scary, Okay, let's get serious. Way are with what is frustrated comes in to have fun. But look, you gotta earn your paycheck. Okay? The big bucks we pay in gym. Okay? You said as ever and I respect it. We're not gonna talk politics because that's not what heritage does. But there are issues that don't change. Don't change. As the result of elections here in America, and they must be dealt with geopolitical geostrategic. So let's answer these questions. The next six minutes in this segment for the next four years after January, 20th. We're gonna have our trump march tomorrow. The president is doing his thing. I spoke to him this morning. He told me he's not giving up his fighting The good fight. He's gonna exhaust every legal avenue. But irrespective, let's not talk about President elect Well, who gets sworn in the next four years? One of the big issues, Jim for America? Yeah. So let me talk about the Big Four. So number one is immigration and border security. What we learned in the last four years is you can secure the border. You can deal the legal immigration. It would be ridiculous to go back on that policy. That would be nuts. Can I do it like this? I don't get you in trouble. But let's compare and contrast what four years of a second Trump administration would look like and what a bite administration would look like. So if it's if it's the president for second term, he just continues the border policies. Having spoken to Mark Morgan Morgan regularly Cove it has actually helped them because the national pandemic authorities have made it easier to secure the border. So I think is that reasonable, Jim that he just continued. So here's what I think the election proved, which is You know, people kept saying you have to compromise on immigration and border security because otherwise people won't vote for it. That's just not true. Not only will people vote for you they actually want the border secure. They actually want to deal with the leg. Immigration, So the dumbest thought in the world is a reversal in policy is either good politics, which is absolutely is not or it makes sense for the country in the age of pandemic and everything else. Which it absolutely does not. So Davey ate anybody that Boats or moves to deviate from the path that we are not there on the wrong side of history there, my friend. All right, so the issue isn't radio radioactive, and it can be traced. That's right. All right. Second issue China okay and particularly what we have to go start focusing on the ideology of the Chinese Communist Party. And this will do that. Do we do that? Well, no, because this is important because the left that makes them very It's the root of the problem. Right? Well, that's why China is a different kind of count. We believe in free markets. We believe in freely at the government's. We believe in human rights. Fundamentally, they don't write. So that's the root of the challenge. And we have to accept that and And the left is uncomfortable. That and the reason why there are comfortable with that is if you actually look at the radical left Their ideology is exactly the same as the radical left of the 19 sixties as the weather underground as the Black Panther Party as STS, and it is rooted Maoist revolutionary ideology. And so when you say Russia ideology is not acceptable, you're also say the radical, less ideology. Is is suspect that makes the left very uncomfortable. They got to get with that. So so let's just stop for a second here because you've served in the U. S military. You've taught as I have together, We told the National Defense University for years. This is I could rail on this for hours. But let's have the guest do it. We used to be so good understanding inimical ideologies in the last 20 years. Not so good right job, Jim. Well, it's this is the modern Postmodern world. It started with You know if if we accept everybody's ideas that will all be a peace, But the problem with that is it means you have to accept evil ideas. And this is why postmodernism at the end just fails is an ideology because It normalizes evil, but it doesn't It also postmodernism lead eventually to this concept of our quality grab bag, the new left whereby it is America that is seen as the problem right? And therefore there's a propensity to actually sympathize with those who Want to undermine us, Jim. Exactly. I mean, is this notion that all all truth is okay and and then and so the truth that you possess, which is I think America's evil which that was the 16 19 project, the radical left. That we are the problem. Inherently racist really falls. I mean, if the world is not rooted in good and evil, then you know why do we have you know? Why do we have Genesis? What do we have? Exodus E mean? There's something fundamentally wrong here with people that can't grasp. That and for the radical left recognize it. I'm not saying we have that World War three with China, but recognizing that the root of the ideology of the Chinese Communist Party is anti Thet ical to freedom. That is something that we all have to raise our hands and admit I have to say, you know, my pump has been very good on this issue. But I mean, this is the sounds like the dumb observation. But Jim, I always say thusly. China's know Belgium. It's a different country right there. That guy's with big checkbook, right. Big, big checkbook in nuclear weapons. Okay, good on Ben, Lastly again, obvious statement, But I think it goes to the heart of the matter if you think you are the problem, If you think your nation is the problem How can you fight for your name? Exactly. You can't do it in 60 seconds..
"buck rogers" Discussed on Read Between the Lines
"For me yes. It is never been town lines probably something to do with my tenth grade teacher who I didn't like tell me about. Also What are you? GonNa do ride. So definitely, not now liner they got in my head I know where it's going. I'll send myself some emails and like this series this the row series it's GonNa be seven bucks, right? So but I have all those books in my head where they go on what's the? What are the stakes are GONNA be up you know how does it escalate? What's going on with each individual character was the story once the overall focus I have in my head, I do have it written down probably. feels. But when I sit down to write, let's go. I was just about to ask you like how do you keep that entire seven-book? Like in your head for all those individual things. So you see you send yourself the email. That's that's an interesting tactic I've never heard that before. It works quite well because he wherever you are you have your this phone. Attached perhaps a called, the umbilical cord, right so we are we have this phone, you send the amount of myself anytime and I have a nice little folder right that says whatever, Ghalem or Gigli spot or the rose, whatever it is and I just put the email into that folder. Yeah. So four your book, the Rose, how did you decide on having the about alien? Vampires Okay so Alien. Vampires, there is a an old show called Buck Rogers in the twenty. Fifth. Century. And this show? So I was probably like four four years old I. Think four or five years old when they show is out in it one of the episodes hasn't alien vampire in it. And it's like the old knows Farrah to looking alien vampire or vampire and I was so scared at that age watching his show will wave is alien vampire look he has stuck with me my entire life. So when I started putting this novel together in aliens and stuff like that I'm like that's great. I, could use this character that's been in my head for the last forty years. And actually created entire species out of now, my only vampires nothing at all like the alien vampire that's in Buck Rogers and what's funny is a couple years ago when I was..
"buck rogers" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"71 Everything entertainment thought a Valentine's Steve Patterson, don McLean, What did you just do? I just made beeping. Sounds funny because there I was watching Buck Rogers. Hello, 1973. Give a touch of context there. Just keep moving all these. No, I'll tell you really quick. So I was watching it on like me TV or something. When I was at the cabin. And I was like, I'll just watch this and see how stupid it is. And it's super stupid on, but he had a robot. That looks really bad and the robot would just go B B B B B B o And I was thinking about that this morning, and then you did that beeping noise thing, and it just made me God. There's like I'm something's following me. I think so. And also your lights were flickering like you were possessed. I know. Okay and the robot's name. Okay, both Twiki. Twitter. He was 20 year Twinkie Twiki It was Twiki Twiki was I believe inhabited by Felix Silla invoiced. Bye, Mel. Blank Bugs Bunny. Gosh, allright, Female blank. Ah, yeah, there are but actually, now that I look at him, he looks pretty Star Wars E. For that time. I mean, it's pretty good deeds are war Z. How old was Mel Blank when he died? 0 74 87. He was 81 died in 1989. Have you guys ever seen that picture of all the voices and there's a spotlight on them, And then it has Mel blank blank. Blank blank think its place and then they have you know, the year he was born the year he died, and it just sounds like a wine right and underneath. It just says speechless on sad. It was like all the cartoon characters that he voiced. Anyway, we digress. Let's do this. Hey, if you see something, say something, Oh, that is catchy. Or if you see something, say something with Donna and Steve,.
"buck rogers" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"All the talk this morning is the space suits yes spacesuits about trying to detention for their you know their sleek Tesla fide Tony stark ask kind of vibe how careful you don't like it no I do not know why is that yeah I'm sure they're great I'm sure they're quite functional and and their definitely streamlined that's for sure I don't know it's just you know I'm a I'm a long time space traveling through Jesus and I just like the old the older style shoot and to me this looks kind of like out of out of a bad fifties sci fi or Buck Rogers or something like that I don't know it just it just to me they they look almost a little silly I think they look kind of modern and cool and sleek and and and may look well it's getting a lot of attention No Way or talked about space suits in years now and maybe this is a great way to you know get some also published we get younger folks attention all no doubt about it and a lot of that's good that's what that's what the program needs and and and you know a lot of it does have to do with with the obviously some really hard science and function and it's so it's it's I'm sure they're great I just you there some about him to just kind of bugs me a lot about your your old school sure I think another thinking into the future they're looking at a new space program they're they're moving forward yeah and and basically it's sleek white tram calf high rubber boots should minimalist helmet to the NASA and SpaceX co branding on the chest I think they look cool now they're not for space walking this is just a space to write just a pressure suit for inside it now it was really cool seeing them get into inside the teslas to drive to the left that's another that's yeah yeah that's another very unusual side for years we're gonna lose two used to seeing the the astronauts Polin to a big NASA or V. and to see him get into the little sleep as well as another just really really unusual sights are in use I think it's cool man yeah you don't like that I didn't say one cool okay I.
"buck rogers" Discussed on WDRC
"For the news thank heavens the news in the paper been terrible lately in the things that happened to Buck Rogers are awful he plays with the country well I really have been hot lately no good neighbor for years but it was so hot I don't don't take the gap was so hot they were both walking people at night though but it was all crowded pork chops and a pound of butter thank you when your marketing approach to baby I think I did all they grow marvelous things out there and it's remarkable what rain the sun shines all the time the fact there's so much going on in California they have to build big dams to hold back and buy me a little rain you know all the actors have ranges out there they raised their fruits and vegetables Sally rand has a ranch where he raised his eyebrows undertaker's old convention here right they got off the train in the banded up their theme song all right big big big well they made a few comments on how the business was and they were last seen drinking planter's punch thank you Lou for the women this winter women are going to wear more birds I bought my girl or don't I don't know what kind of bird it was you had to build a fence in the closet to hang it up embarrassing when I'm with everybody comes up after what kind of an animal the dead bird come from when they look right at me Atlantic city New Jersey tonight forty six year old memories they the union will speak with vital of Miss America you notify forty six states Maine and Vermont have their own Miss America in the beauty contest the line of duty last year he's a beautiful little pigeon hotel thank you so big daughter Kerry met it's hard to believe please find a girl walking along highway forty one she said you'd walk fourteen miles hi good.
"buck rogers" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Want to take back the deposit Boston was thinking of a payroll truck are you they got they got cannons on those tracks and travel in pairs you couldn't get near one of ask you to do a casing job Charlie yeah sure do anything you say when I worked in the past an hour with the most deserted stretch of road have you gonna put a job like that you need fifty men let me get some of the boys I will need anybody I've got some money when in the car was his name does anybody I know his name is junior I don't know any junior you wrote you will Sam thanks Sam he's only trucks Hey you get used to it at the oven drive on one for fifteen years I got I have how much will all this time a two hundred fifty thousand dollars or other values I go that good well because it was thirty minutes now it was midnight yeah what's up or stop acne National Bank and we got a lot of payroll to rise and watch plan we should open the window and get some fresh air we got that after we unload the role of the company that we what's that up ahead looks like something shiny in the road despite why police you see what I see looks like a mechanical traffic cop about eight feet tall standing right in the middle of the highway must be a hallowe'en gag if you have specify the slowdown John salmons take no chances right okay with the horn don't budge where is our escort truck all of our dynasty remove sure looks like something on a Buck Rogers on the back of another blocking traffic light at we'll have to try to get tested it can look like you might squeeze by on the shoulder he goes we smoked is moving and that guy get a blast the bull to both right but it's still common the guy I'll back up I can't the other trucks right behind me looking at some she.
"buck rogers" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Place where they rent rooms there was there was a ring again I'm sorry my Butler seems to of that coming on to her thanks we want to see Mister Stevens my name is Todd is my daughter Alice hello but I I'm afraid there's no Mister Stevens here you know everybody in the house I think so I frequently see the people in it and you get to know him that way well this is very beginner I is that the front door I there you are Stevens over the years and Stevens he's my Buck Rogers sticks his name Stevens what is going on here my wife major crime Mister Todd and his daughter it seems Rogers isn't Rogers afterall he Steve what is a credit me where are you wearing red one gives you and who is this you rang major Jane Jane one what did you mean by telling me your name is Rogers when Steve Stevens yes miss time did he sees is why men no the I don't understand any of this girl mean anything to you well yeah she does she does are you going to stand there and let me be in no no that's not me your fire on Jay let's go back to the servants quarters where people are polite I have used to run this house quietly and efficiently so I can come has some peas when I come home from the office who failed responsibility jobs.
"buck rogers" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"News guy sitting down you'll Assegai Yulon mosque some other directors or something Mars and these basis and it Kinda goes through different things you need you had the scientists there and then later some private industry came with the support of the whatever for the down but eventually it just starts falling now uh skydivers has fallen well that's what they wanted to kind of orientate where it just you know slow down and then light the engines and tro and land like Buck Rogers movie though so I did the demonstration there's videos of the presentation there's Ships so here on declare your independence we'll be right back what do you shop for that you could otherwise by at Amazon pretty much everything right Amazon has competitive pricing and they deliver and that's a big plus if you could plan ahead and.
"buck rogers" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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"buck rogers" Discussed on Important, Not Important
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"buck rogers" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Brooke, Sean, NBR six San Francisco ASEAN HD to send the tail station. This is on the hill with a lefty and the righty coming right at you. And Alaskan on Kenyan. Sports leader. All right. Welcome back to the final hour of a blue Bill last. Where the great I mean, Gary Lavelle was great rob Nance outta grouts. Of course, all three good friends of ours and could pitchers. I mean when you look at the numbers, and you start looking at all time, save leaders. And you know, what was good about Scotty and our conversation with him was it's difficult to go from earlier to starter or started early. It is really difficult and you're doing it at a major league level. I don't know how those guys do it into. It's hard people think it's easy. It's glad I knew that. I was pitching today. Oh, you know everywhere. Tomorrow Sunday, again, they'd have my you know, at least three starts on the boat. I know I'll be pitching against like you'd see who'd on pas go to be read the papacy who was hot who was playing with. Oh, man. I got and you'd be aware. Of course, you get the Scott report to so most of the time, you just had to get yourself ready to people ask me, what did they do for you analytic Weiser's scouting wise things like that. And literally you and I talk about this all time we used to go in the sporting green and look at box for who was hot hot who discovered report was real simple. This guy's a first ball. Fastball hit if you know you catalog that in your brain anyway, but most times God will pull this guy's hot some kid came up from triple eight. We didn't know they give you the scoop on him, and you know in all ya. Young players good fastball hitter. So I mean being a fastball pitch I would show them a fastball. You want to try to get them with the breaking ball you change. Yeah. Well, and and that's a lot of things have changed because even back in our day. Some of the scouting reports you you question on who is the scout. What was he watching because his meows, a sinker? Ball slider. Say can't hit the slider. And I'm like, well, he hit my slider. So there's a lot of things have changed. And it's good for the game is good for knowledge of the game knowledge of the opposing team as just putting into the play. Yeah, for sure. All right. Well, our next guest is our surprise guest. Vinay we're going to bring him on. So our surprise guest. If you're there. Hello, Mr. guests. Our you. I'm here. I'm here. Okay. Now this mystery guests played with vita blue with the San Francisco Giants in nineteen eighty eighty one. Is that correct? Yes. Okay. Now, you were an outfield or correct. Yes. Okay. Now, were you a right handed hitter or a left handed hitter? Did you switch over white handed all the way? Quite get. Okay. Now. Also, you're really good friends with Willie McCovey. Is that true? Yeah. Yeah. Okay. All right. To all right. And you know, some of the outfielders that you had in their early eighties. Gary Matthews was one of them. Yes. I think also Hernan Larry her was another good name vited. You remember him? Larry heard or mystery guests yet. Okay. That's good. Well, the mystery guests also started out his career as a Kansas City Royals that correct? Now you also transferred from the royals to the brewers. Correct. Milwaukee Brewers yet. Yes. But you ended your career in Canada's Montreal Expos right along with you Bill. Yes, sir. We were we were teammates we were teammates and early eighties. And then we were teammates and the expo any idea. Vita? I don't have a clue that's even better. Right. Mr guests. We got her. All right now, you should not do hear that laugh by that. You should have caught that that lafley right there. No idea by figures out row quick he ran into one of my buddies up and me. No. And he told one of my buddies. I couldn't hit water by fell out. So vital mystery still I'm still have that one. Brain sale left. Okay, now, hold on mystery guests I'll tell him where you're from. And I guarantee he'll know this mystery guests, Liz invite Saliou, California, and you actually played the wolf. Good to hear from both of you. Jabel realistically, probably hit three fifty the lifetime. Coming off the best. Charlie Lau one handed swing. The hardest on the ever phase. And I saw to ninety five. Late kate. The Baruch league. It took me a while. I thought you'd get a device sale mayor by Sahlia come on. Let me see where I was from Fresno by. Both of you a great competitors Bill. You came in eighty two did a hell the job, and it's all about pitching. And that's what the Oakland A's had. And also the giants had maybe two. Well, Jim, you know, we we we're talking to Jim Wolford our good friend and you played outfield for she's how many years fifteen major league years. Nice career. I came up with a shortstop George Brett, he's at hall of fame. And I'm here in Pismo beach. Put it that way. We'll see I gotta ask. I gotta ask you you played with a handful of characters manager Jack mckeon, George Bamberger. Let's see who else. I got buck Rogers, my favorite manager of all. I can't stand out. My here. Buck rogers. And also Frank Robinson. Give us some stories on some of these guys. Well, I'll tell you know, Jack in the big leagues and training while he got fired Wijers took all the. But Jan good guy. You end up being you know in San Diego. But Frank is you know, pray was a har-. I was playing American League when he was a player manager for the Indians. Frank was great player. Plus he knew what was going on. He was Mark baseball, man. But he's great player, and he came up at a time when he pushed back every know how to play the game. You know? And then we Dave bristle that one year, we think Dave, okay? But he had a lot of meetings that one. Yeah. Two hundred we leave. That was unbelievable. I melt may and I used to sit next year Imelda's time to go home. His very first big-league catch him on the phone. And the first thing you, send me don't shake off rook you hear everything I put down your throat. Hello. This is gonna be great. Well, Jeff ransom next game. I went said Frank, I don't know if I convinced melting. We knew how Milton may was like a sergeant what he said some too. Okay. Okay. Yeah. Big time. His dad was peaky me. No kidding. Let me let me ask you, George Bamberger was one of the guys, you know, when he was at the brewers man, you've you played with some great players under brewers. That was that was all monster team. Not hobbies things leftover from it was it was before that. Yeah. Okay. Time we had we had Robert. Yeah. Pall Mall, or Gorman Thomas will be so Cooper who we want a hundred games one year. Ten games out. The Orioles one hundred ten dad pitching over there too. No doubt. They didn't have we didn't have you know, whatever they playoffs like have the day. Right. Could've been a while. Yeah. We had no wild twelve. That's what it was. But by tell you he was on one of the best teams in history. Baseball oakley. Yeah. We we had a good run. We can't we have some good games against you guys who in Kansas City. Yeah. You know? But you know, you guys great pitching deep pitching and pitching wins series wins. Sure. Well, wolf a you follow giants as we do and vita came up with probably ten years ago. He's pitching pitching pitching. It's always about pitching. If you've got solid starters. Good middle and solid closers. You're gonna you're gonna win one in two to one game. What what happened giant one three World Series? Ten pitchers. Can't an ad is gone Bopha. Yeah. Right. Absolutely. Eighty two. We had four closers. We had Al what's. Yeah. We had Randy mafias, Gary Lavelle and the moon, man. You laugh you light on? Never got red. But he I take you to her sicker. Same Bill, and you are. Had an over the top. I mean, he he had nasty action on that. And and some of the things that he pulled off base blow nobody out strike out the side to shake nothing. And you know, he he had no fear of any hitter. That was one thing and eighty two eighty three when his top years were moon, man was awesome. Oh, yeah. Him in Kansas City, ashore, stop and he eventually got traded for Fran. He. Wow. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That was when you were with the royals was was George Brett still there. We'll fee was George rutta starting. Yeah. He was coming up behind. That's when I being outfielder John shirl was system parm after you say you're gonna go to league, I said what we're gonna do you gonna play out guys winning John? Get over. Play outfield. AGM? What what you did you play triple A and you played Omaha. Right. Yes. Seventy thousand seventy okay. Now, you had Jamie. That was George Brenton Jamie quirk that was his best buddy. I remember him. Yeah. I remember the Q. Yeah. I was started with the royals. That's where I started out in. Yeah. I got traded over. Yeah. I wasn't home. I got traded with rich gale for Jerry Martin, the really crazy, man. Played with him. Guess what? Rich. Gale was the slowest pitcher that could pitch. I mean took them a minute between pitches. I mean, he was well so low as guys to get the ball and throw never forget that he was a human rain delay. Exactly. Well, you know, some of the years you had of course, you had some great years in your in your career. You you talk about George bread and you talk to about the the players brewers. But when you went to the Expos, the Expos had some great players, Tim Raines Carter often, you know, they were stacked plow Steve Rogers. What what was it when you played with some of these great players? You know, how did you manage when you got a pinch hitter? You got to play. How did you fit in with these guys I loved it? I thought I was going to get my World Series. Yeah. We had at all. I mean, Albuquerque being hall fame. I mean. Yeah. The hitting machine rate. Oh, big time. And we had a great wedge Jefford. Steve Rogers, Bill go. I mean, Charlie early Lee. Yeah. Charlie. I mean, we just had a great team. But you know, we're nothing against trial, but his light planning America. But still that was a tough place to play it, really. You guys. What the problem was? And and wealthy will know they had glass partitions up. Whereas like hockey where you couldn't even talk to the fans is like you're mimicking him between last we'll understandings, and you couldn't get any kind of fan base there. And then you had you know, wolf Wolfe's greatest mascot was there. The expo..
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"Creating the anger between the teams and i am beads a great trash talker and i love his game he's fun to watch they're fun to watch switching gears a little bit it's still kind of nba and nfl related aaron rodgers purchased a minute minority share of ownership for the milwaukee bucks rogers is the first active nfl player to own a piece of a major sports franchise in the market in which he plays fact or fiction within the next year there will be another active player with ownership stock in a major sports franchise in another sport i'll say fiction i think it's i mean i know we've seen like retired players obviously derek jeeter with the marlins and now aaron rodgers as you mentioned but i don't i still think it's going to be commonplace when you have to be filthy rich to do it there are guys gave i mean lebron james i'm sure i could buy a part of the become a minority owner in the indians or the or the browse without a problem i mean he's he's gotta be i would think that lebron james is the richest guy in in professional sports in america so he certainly capable and he to this point hasn't i guess at least publicly we haven't heard any interest on his part although there has been talks to maybe someday he want to be ownership in the nba so now i think it's pretty unusual to do that another sport so i i'm guessing we don't see it anytime soon another nfl topic as we both know dez bryant was released by the cowboys i think it was actually the last week but this week the giants released veteran wide receiver brandon marshall setting off rumors that does bryant will be new york bound bryant has expressed his interest in staying in the nfc east and specifically playing for the new york giants factor fiction an odell beckham junior dez bryant partnership is a bad idea that's fat dez bryant is overrated he hasn't been a very good player since two thousand fourteen he has been injury prone he did play sixteen last year but he's still he played sixteen games at eight hundred thirty eight yards.