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"c w river iran" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:05 min | 7 months ago

"c w river iran" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"c w river iran" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:21 min | 9 months ago

"c w river iran" Discussed on 600 WREC

"You have lines at food banks that are sometimes miles long we're like how we can get this food so we rented a truck basically and I drove it myself once we're successful at that we realize this is something that we could do again it was a repeatable process and it wasn't as complicated as it seems every farmer we talk to is that the worst day in their life this has been the day they had to plow under crops so they're willing to do anything to get it out they just need a little bit of financial help you know to pay the wages of the workers that is so awesome high five to you guys as good stuff right there A. twenty five NE a some more good news AMC theatres is opened has eighteen locations here in Alabama including a a presence in nine of the state's ten most populous cities it said they're going to re open theaters in July Hey they've been closed since mid March to do that you know all this coronavirus stuff now and according to a AMC the the theaters that allow no more than fifty percent of the seats to be filled and put into place in a very strict sanitation guidelines so are missing in big theaters movies in big theaters don't you and I also miss concerts Alan Jackson show tonight by the way in common so there's some good news but yep as the uptick is moving in the wrong direction and with coronavirus we got to you know more cases now in Alabama there's other states obviously as well showing an increase in all of this and who knows what we're gonna see after all the protests have been taking place in so many people so close together but the yeah we're not out of the woods on this by any means but it's a twenty five it's Friday around here random fact Friday time this will make you feel so much more when you're riding with friends this weekend a random fact number one old person smell Israel's gathers a chemical called to nominal read by other chemicals in the body breaking down over time old people secrete to nominal which produces the smell of old people okay Michael Phelps doesn't just told a bunch of swimming records that's right he also has a golf record to help the world record for the longest televised golf cart email a hundred fifty nine Gulf but eagle on live television during a celebrity German back in twenty twelve random fact number three thousand island dressing is named after the thousand islands region in St Lawrence river between the United States and Canada is created by a fisherman's wife while he fished in that river Iran.

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"c w river iran" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

12:18 min | 1 year ago

"c w river iran" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Personality which I could see a mile away away which is great and then he goes out and gets Daniel Jones. The two most important players on his team are two highest character players on his team. Yeah and these kids are GonNa play together for the next five five to six to eight years. Who knows? There's going to be back and Zeke. It's going to be Daniel and Saquon and it's GonNa be great to watch them and they're going to. They're going to have their day. They they will have their day and now it's up cattleman to go out there and get the pieces around those two players and I'm not talking about on offense. I'm really more talking about on defense. I mean you you want to see a defense. That looks like you know the forty nine hundred defense. The Saint Defense the Patriot defense. You gotTa Start Spending money and you've got to start spending resources on finding running those players because that will make then saquon and Daniels job that much easier. You know what I mean. Yeah absolutely but the building blocks are there for sure despite out frustrating being last night was you're going to be fun again. You have that little little screen pass. SAQUON takes it all the way down inside the ten yard line of wherever read around the tenure and they. You just can't get it in. You know like they stall right then and there so those those are things that you know and then you got. I think PAT chairman didn't he didn't he well the pass interference right right so that that was a huge play third and seven. You've got the Amari cooper past the passer burns called on a Mario Cooper I. It's there's grabbing of the Jersey. There's a hand there to meet. It's not a pass interference call. It's a third and six six. I believe gives them a first down and sort of change. The momentum going to pass called on on Dallas on Ingram right around the five yard line to that that was is one where that to me was like. I don't know what the officials are looking at. I mean and and by the way like this whole this is a this role all of the Reviewing pass interference calls. If you're if you'RE NOT GONNA change any of them then just get rid of the rule series they will. This is not going to not be around. It was all it's doing now is because they are not. There's a couple of times you know even with in the jet game with the the challenge of the pass interference on on the jets on on Robbie Anderson where you've got within a yard wide receiver blocking working in. They're still calling offensive pass interference on the guy in it's clear as day on the replay that it's within a yard right and they're still not overturning it so if you're not going to overturn the right calls when it's clear evidence even something like that. It's night and day it's black and white did. Just get rid of the rule. But here's here's the thing and here's the problem with the. NFL has is only really one person that is determining clear and obvious. And that's the Guy Park Avenue. Yeah we all can think that we know clear and obvious but we don't know cler novices. They're telling us what clear and obvious is I mean they should have just said all right. You know that's one of the worst calls in NFL history and we're going to have to deal with this with the saints in the Rams and move on as opposed to acting like they're trying to do something about it while doing nothing about it I I all. I can tell you that that particular play with Evan. Ingram the Dallas Cowboy hit him before the ball got there and then reached over his shoulder and hit the ball away from hands but at worst that's illegal contact. Contact shouldn't be hitting their the receiver until the Balkan before the ball gets there. Sure fewer out I I. I don't know maybe they're just trying to make a point that it's got to be so egregious that's what they should say. So agree GIS not clear and obvious. Yeah it's gotTa be like what we saw in the NFC championship game. It's gotta be that at Standard Well. That's so egregious his very gracious boomer. Geo just getting started on this Tuesday morning on the fan and across the country and CBS sports network. We've got the Carlos Beltran on press conference to talk about one of the funniest stretches of WFAN. Audio I have heard many many years. It's the morning show with boomer. esiason Zayas in Gregg Giannotti boomer and Geo along with Jerry recco fan giant fluids the cowboys last night on Monday night football game was closed for a long period of time. But then the cowboys pull away in the fourth quarter a couple touchdowns from Dak Prescott through the air and then the defensive touchdown and as we mentioned the opening segment a big part of the game was that pass interference. This call on Amari Cooper that Happen on that third and six or about ten and a half minutes to go in the fourth quarter which gave the cowboys a purse down and then that Sort of felt like that was going to be it for the giants and the officiating last night again. A story but really the whole league with it does pass interference stuff is just completely. It's farcical at this point and there'd be challenges and there's going to be discussions going to be competition committee stuff no left and right over this thing and I just don't know why you would go out of your way if you're the NFL to be able to change the ability to a review judgment calls and then have so many examples of where the rest of the NFL. Viewing public feels one way about it but yet Alberto River Iran fields and other way about it. I will say one thing. You're asking Andre Baker as a rookie to stay with Amari Cooper on a key play third and six from the fifteen yard line. It ends up being a twenty six yard pass interference penalty. Yeah and the game changes. I mean and there was some hand check can go on there. Jerry you're the cowboy fan. Would you think ben call right so I mean that that changes the complexion game. The cowboys should have had to punt right there. I felt and maybe the game's different but I think the game ended. Though on the third down touchdown the forty five yarder. Yeah because you stop them. The appropriate in the ball back to third down plays they gave up. One was a twenty six chart interception. You know the ones that touchdown I mean. Let's like that they've cowboys should've they got. They should have been pumping right there and they didn't. Yeah that's the frustrating part man. You got your players right there. You're asking a rookie to some heavy lifting one on one. The point cooper going down the sideline but he did his job. You have to tell you you love that win last night jared any any you put on the cowboys Switzer and this morning I mean it was okay. I didn't they played well. I'm used to. It was close late. The cowboys are okay. But isn't that had a sign of a good team and they don't play all that well on the road national TV. Listen it's fine away to win pull away late you move on you move on now. You don't give it back review view mirror five and three things. I didn't like about the game but the game I thought. Zeke Elliott look pretty good. He did offensive line. Look good he look. He said it was an easy night. Sean looking look to Sean Lee. Yeah well with no Vanda rash. He's out too and he was. He had some place where he was Self Academy at one we was launched at Barclay. How about our guide Dexter Lawrence and he made a beauty? A great play down on the goal line is still getting gashing. The run game too much but yeah the I know a player talking about Jerry was after the Barclay Lee screen pass that went for sixty five yards right the second when they tried that again Sean Lee was down. There was the one near the goal line at the Dan Yard. That's the one I'm talking about. The other one over the middle right right held them to a two yard gain where it was like he was shot out of a cannon. They look good. I mean when he's healthy. We all know how good of a play Michael Bennett. After he got his head out of his ass in the first quarter with the stupid penalties. Really good in the second half you had. You had six on that drive. In the fourth quarter that ended up in you know resulted resulted in the the pass interference and then you had third and twelve. That's thrown on forty five. They were going to get the ball nine. There can't allow get the giants couldn't do anything on third down in the Charleston allow generic Jenkins got a lot to ask for me. I mean answer for. I mean that was that was horrific. They didn't want to play football in that moment right there. That's the kind of thing that you see on film. That's kind of thing that your teammates Sam film. And that's kind of thing that the fancy on film and it is it is not good it is not good. I know he's getting blocked but still I mean barely I mean the guy gave up on the block is just no effort there. It's not a good luck all right. Jerry gives details man when he got brought to you by the Raycatena Auto Group schedule an appointment today to rake Katina's service center for First Class Service at affordable prices Here's the play that we were talking about on the third and twelve or the cowboys to control the game. Thirteen twelve that the giants forty five cowboys by five with the seven ago. Prescott drop straight back in the pocket. He has time best ball over the Middle Wide Open. Coupon I e process of kill the giants all year. And it kills him again Bob Papa with hopper that has to be a busted coverage guy can't beat that wide open. I'm in the middle of the field like that. Oh Bop BOP is right. This is what I've been saying. It's plays like that every single week. Whether it's Amari Cooper or Kenny golladay holiday or whoever the hell they're playing there's a number one wide receiver that is wide open in the middle of the field in critical times. So I I mean I just if it's a busted coverage it's happening every single week in teams are noticing that that's a weakness the giants and they keep running it thirty seven eighteen. The final score game was closer than NAT Jordan. Lewis returned a fumble late For a touchdown Dak Prescott to fifty seven three scores. He was picked off on the Games. I play but nothing. After that touchdown passes the Darwin and Michael Gallup's touchdown catch and run was pretty good too from fifteen yards by the way booger who is just lost he goes. That's all Dak right there. This is what he says. I'm like that's all back to Michael Gallup jumped away hoople fires all about Bows Dad. Was the receiver can say he says some of the dumbest stuff here is Pat Shurmur and he says well we kept opted. Close say listen. They're up by a point at half time because we missed an extra point you know otherwise you come out and you keep playing that you can win the game and Guys did that Eldrick Rosa's missing the extra point and I'm not sure that's where Shurmur was answering to the idea of You know losing the lead. The way they did in the final couple of minutes. It's going into the break Daniel Jones for the night through for two ten one touchdown one pick lost. Two fumbles sacked five times Shurmur advice to Jones continues to turn the ball over. Yeah just hold a tighter right. He was very Frustrated by the fumble at midfield they had passed us. A bunch there. Ah just can't happen here. Is Jones five straight losses. Now it's tough but we'll come back to work ready to ready to fixable. We have to and Confident we'll do Barkley. Had the sixty five yard catch and run but held a twenty eight yards rushing lots of losing right now as not going away right now. Can't describe this Party Football Party your profession your job and in terms of Ezekiel Elliott. We mentioned his night. One hundred thirty nine yards rushing. He was asked to thoughts when he saw the black cat on the field would actually turn around the U Now my present Kevin Harlan was on Westwood. One doing this and I said this to Allie do a warm up show every morning from five forty five to six. I think this is a major compliment to Kevin Harlan. I don't think it's that good because I think he's a victim of its own success but drunk guy drunk guy in San Francisco but here is Al Kevin. Harlan call collect car. Kevin that you feel that way. Yeah I think Kevin's amazing. Yes I think compared to the drunk I it's okay. 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"c w river iran" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"c w river iran" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Jerry recco fan giant fluids the cowboys last night on Monday night football game was closed for a long period of time. But then the cowboys pull away in the fourth quarter a couple touchdowns from Dak Prescott through the air and then the defensive touchdown and as we mentioned the opening segment a big part of the game was that pass interference. This call on Amari Cooper that Happen on that third and six or about ten and a half minutes to go in the fourth quarter which gave the cowboys a purse down and then that Sort of felt like that was going to be it for the giants and the officiating last night again. A story but really the whole league with it does pass interference stuff is just completely. It's farcical at this point and there'd be challenges and there's going to be discussions going to be competition committee stuff no left and right over this thing and I just don't know why you would go out of your way if you're the NFL to be able to change the ability to a review judgment calls and then have so many examples of where the rest of the NFL. Viewing public feels one way about it but yet Alberto River Iran fields and other way about it. I will say one thing. You're asking Andre Baker as a rookie to stay with Amari Cooper on a key play third and six from the fifteen yard line. It ends up being a twenty six yard pass interference penalty. Yeah and the game changes. I mean and there was some hand check can go on there. Jerry you're the cowboy fan. Would you think ben call right so I mean that that changes the complexion game. The cowboys should have had to punt right there. I felt and maybe the game's different but I think the game ended. Though on the third down touchdown the forty five yarder. Yeah because you stop them. The appropriate in the ball back to third down plays they gave up. One was a twenty six six yard interception. You know the ones that touchdown I mean. Let's like that they've cowboys should've they got. They should have been pumping right there and they didn't. Yeah that's the frustrating part man. You got your players right there. You're asking a rookie to some heavy lifting one on one. The point cooper going down the sideline but he did his job. You have to tell you you love that win last night jared any any you put on the cowboys Switzer and this morning I mean it was okay. I didn't they played well. I'm used to. It was close late. The cowboys are okay. But isn't that had a sign of a good team and they don't play all that well on the road national TV. Listen it's fine away to win pull away late you move on you move on now. You don't give it back review view mirror five and three things. I didn't like about the game but the game I thought. Zeke Elliott look pretty good. He did offensive line. Look good he look. He said it was an easy night. Sean looking look to Sean Lee. Yeah well with no Vanda rash. He's out too and he was. He had some place where he was Self Academy at one we was launched at Barclay. How about our guide Dexter Lawrence and he made a beauty? A great play down on the goal line is still getting gashing. The run game too much but yeah the I know a player talking about Jerry was after the Barclay we screen pass that went for sixty five yards right the second when they tried that again Sean Lee was down. There was the one near the goal line at the Dan Yard. That's the one I'm talking about. The other one over the middle right right held them to a two yard gain where it was like he was shot out of a cannon. They look good. I mean when he's healthy. We all know how good of a play Michael Bennett. After he got his head out of his ass in the first quarter with the stupid penalties. Really good in the second half you had. You had six on that drive. In the fourth quarter that ended up in you know resulted resulted in the the pass interference and then you had third and twelve. That's thrown on forty five. They were going to get the ball nine. There can't allow get the giants couldn't do anything on third down in the Charleston allow generic Jenkins got a lot to ask for me. I mean answer for. I mean that was that was horrific. They didn't want to play football in that moment right there. That's the kind of thing that you see on film. That's kind of thing that your teammates Sam film. And that's kind of thing that the fancy on film and it is it is not good it is not good. I know he's getting blocked but still I mean barely I mean the guy gave up on the block is just no effort there. It's not a good luck all right. Jerry gives details man when he got brought to you by the Raycatena Auto Group schedule an appointment today to rake Katina's service center for First Class Service at affordable prices Here's the play that we were talking about on the third and twelve or the cowboys to control the game. Thirteen.

"c w river iran" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

14:38 min | 2 years ago

"c w river iran" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Free. And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you Mark Monty with us, Mark. Let's talk a few more stories, and we'll take some calls. What is the Bardon Buber? Okay. Bardin booger is we're talking about a little bit. I'm not sure we could say that on the radio, but give it a try. I mean w Kerr was a long time ago. And I remember that was a point in that. I think early. The basically we love the name in Florida. You know, we have a town on the Gulf Coast Gulfport because it's a port on the Gulf. Yeah. One of the monsters. We have is the Bardin booger. And it's a town called Barton. It's up near Jacksonville kind again one. Those little one crossroad towns, and it had a legend goes way back to the Indian days of a beast that lived in the woods near there a wild, man. And again Kyo could be are are friendly Loria Florida's skunk ape. But one of the stories goes this young lady was riding on her horse. And she saw this things standing like as tall as her on the horse standing on the side of the road holding a lantern and just covered in for. And then as it walked away, but lantern light state is just kind of blended into the woods, and it was kind of a goofy looking saying and legend lived around that town for a long time. And then again when? It's Bigfoot phenomena hit to know you'll late sixties early seventies. Became a big hit the Booker became famous. Again, people were seeing it again and then a local Jacksonville newspaper writer decided he was going to use the fame of the Bardin booger took its name May Day editorial column, so you can comment on the changing of times is this mythical beast. There was a couple who took the fame and they made a song about him. And then they would run around town dressed as him. And there's this one grocery store there called, bud. A hardware store slash gas stations slash everything because it's a small town. And but it's still there, and you can go to bud store, and he's got the Bardin booger case file, which is all the news clippings and all that. Now, he freely admits that at one point he sent one of his friends out in a monkey costume to chase people around to try to drum up some business. But that was one time the sheriff told him to stop. So he did. But that still doesn't explain all the other sightings over the years and again wonderful. Carey drew that sucker beautifully and brought him to life for us. Great illustrations. We got a lot of coast to coast AM dot com that you supplied us. They're cool. Yes. Yes. Glad to do it. And they're all the books are full of them. And right now with since we're doing the deal with the bookstore. If you order them through Erie, Florida Kerry will send in a signed print with your copy if you order it through the EBay link on eerie, Florida dot com. She'll get one of those beautiful illustrations. Yeah. Nice parental frame. You say the DisneyWorld is haunted. Yeah. It's what's going on facts. But some people know. Yeah. The whole area has a dark history behind it. That CEO how the area was named especially. Yeah, Kissimmee a lot of people think it's an Indian word for the river the town that was there. But nobody seems to really know, but we have some friends the Seminole community, including I'll going back who is a shaman and a Bram Stoker winning author. She like your horror stories, and he is one of our insights into Indian legend forest, and he was telling us that he discovered through one of his sources that Qasimi got its name from one of the early tribes that could not they basically when the Indian removal act was passed. Anybody was allowed to do whatever they wanted to to the Indians to get them out of Florida and the the Indians had no word for rape or terrible things. So when. These guys came into this one village in that area to do terrible things to the people to chase them off this one Indian squaw, basically goes. Kisa meet me trying to offer herself up trying to use the English words so terrible terrible things. But on top of that Disney most magical place on earth has ghosts the most famous being the pirates of the Caribbean ride. Has it goes called, George great? And they have to say Hello to George every morning. That's what I make my staff. Do. Yeah. Exactly. They have to say Hello to George every morning. They have to say goodbye to George every night or bad things happen on the ride. There's a famous like a door that's right near where the dog has the keys for the cell. It's like an electrician the door and that whenever something's gone wrong with the right? That's the door. That's open the next CEO Georgia's out and George causing problems somebody forgot to say hi to him that day. All right. Other goes Sala round. Tell me about Kant lawn castle. Oh, the count key west that wonderful. Great town. That's, you know, the conch Republic the one town that seceded from the United States, and then a minute later, surrendered and demanded a billion dollars in foreign aid, which was great. But so the whole town is always known for its weirdness. But in there was a man his name was Karl tans alert and he claimed. He moved to key west and decided to rename himself and reinvent himself and he claimed to be account, and he changed his name to count. Von kozel. Any claim to be an electric linen inventor? And he wound up getting a job at with the government at the VA and was working as an x Ray tech. And he was trying to cure people have to yellow sus. Any lock any luck? No. Of course, not. But. His beautiful weather of his life came into this the oldest into the hospital. She had tuberculosis. Her name was Alina demilio, and she had just lost a child and childbirth. Her husband had left her and she had nowhere else to go. She's going there to be cured. And this guy is convinced. This is his lost love. This is the dark goddess. He's been dreaming of this whole life. Now, call was actually married to a family in zephyr hills. But he had abandoned them. And he was down there living this new life as account and he knew he could cure. But he didn't and she died, but he felt so bad that he'd lost his love that he built a Muslim for paid the family said, look I was in love with her. I'm going to build her a Muslim, you're not going to bury poppers grave and the family was like, okay. And then he installed a phone into the mausoleum. So he can call her and talk to her then he would come. Visit her grave every night. That was this beautiful thing in the town. People are like, oh, he's he's after his long lost love. And then after a while he stopped showing up and people started hearing stories about him in town, buying perfume, lots of perfume, addresses and other crazy things. So Elena sister finally figures out something's up and goes to visit him, and she's like, where's my sister? Oh, she's right here. She's ready for dinner. And they go in the room, and she's there and he's cover. He's made a wax paper Michelle body for her, and he sooner back together and and living as man and wife for years. Yes. Jobs out there. Yeah. Oh, it's crazy. And it gets weirder from there. I mean, he the police come they arrest them. They can't keep them because the statute of limitations on grave robbing was seven years it took eight years to get him to trial. So he's set free and he his one complaint to the judges will can I have her body back. And all I gotta do golden airplane, and I will take up in my air magic airplane that I'm gonna build and when I flyer into the tropics fear the electricity will bring her back to life. He was really strange was became a writer wrote for pulp magazines, usually about ghostly, love and corpse. We love and got old. Gotta love a little straight necrophilia. All right. Let's go to the fallen Giradi. Yeah. Let's do it. Let's pick it up by going to Joe in Long Island New York to get us started. Hey joseph. Go ahead Mark monitoring. If you have any stories on spring break people being bothered, all the mind that Miami nightclub people and also have there been interrupted communications, any bizarre style ways, Lincoln, Florida, and also what happened to the reference girlfriend in Havana and never founder after all those years when he kept going back to the beach as far as I know from the movie, oh, man, we've got a lot of questions there. Well, the spring break there's always stories of spring break. One of our favorites is here on the Tampa Bay area. They were filming a movie called spring breakers a few years ago, and that this old abandoned hotel. And uh remade. It made it a beautiful hotel. It was about to be torn down. But they, you know, spruce it up for the movie, and while they were filming the cutting all kinds of unusual issues where they were people were like having parties in the rooms and stuff like this. Although the hotel was abandoned they kept hearing noises of of ghostly spring breakers in the movie spring breakers of all things then for intermittent communications and stuff like that. Of course, are famous thing just off the coast of Florida the Bermuda. Triangle and also we have those famous flights that have crashed into the Miami Everglades a flight 4._0._1. and flight five oh two and some ghostly stories there as well. So that's that's the thing as so the robber everything that's one. We're still looking into a movie or what was that? I'm trying to remember that myself that's on like. That one's going deep. So I may have to look that one up when I get off. Let's go to Don in Maui in Hawaii west of the Rockies, Donald go ahead. Yeah. Hi, george. How are you? Don. Thank you. I got a story to tell you. All right. We I was this was in nineteen sixty nine my first, buddy. And I we both went into the Marine Corps. We got out of boot camp. We came home is dad's dead. Well, let's go gear hunting. So we went up onto suits river in Oregon. I don't know if you know where that that. I do not. And anyway, it's a big deep canyon and stuff. He had a whitewater. Ed, we got into vote early in the morning. We went up the river. Iran, and we were sitting there having some some some coffee. Well, my my fishing buddies Dag says I'm going to go get him. Well, go on he goes up the hill, and he's a walking along and stop and maybe about maybe can't manage sweater. We grabbed our guns, and we were going to go up the hill, and we're walking up the hill, and he comes back and his eyes or a big around as silver dollar, and he's white. And we said, what's the matter? You said Bigfoot should watch big foot. Don't go up there as well. Yeah. Well, my buddy. And I watched the walking up the hill. Walk the no-load. We went up there. We got on top. We're looking around all of a sudden, George I heard annoy I turned around. I raised up my rifle, I had this thing. It's head in my crosshairs my school. I lowered my gun. I started to laugh. It was a black sheep sheep ranch across the river. Somehow got a clock who the other side, and it was had had about three foot of wall around it. Or three or four years and save right over it. It looked like a monster. We we we took the seat and we brought it back down over and stuff. Get in the boat. Of a cross the river, and we would go and it went up with the rest of the her. And I often wondered what that sheep rancor saw when he woke up in the morning, and as that monster, he probably was never the same. What would happen to you, Mark? Oh my goodness. Yeah. We there's all wildlife stories like crazy down here in Florida. Do we have this? Great place called Tate's hell, which is a legendary place for this guy got lost while he was it made a deal with a a witch to save his farm and all you had to do was give her a pig every year. And but then the problem was is his pigs. He stopped giving them to or. And of course, you know, everything happened his father died his mother died. The pigs were growing like crazy. And and they were getting giant and that actually led to a wild boar man story..

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"c w river iran" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

15:18 min | 2 years ago

"c w river iran" Discussed on KNSS

"S. And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you Mark Monty with us, Mark. Let's talk a few more stories, and we'll take some calls. What is the Bardon Buber? Okay. Barton bugger is we're talking about a little bit. I'm not sure we could say that on the radio, but give it a try. Now. I mean w Kerr was a long time ago. And I remember that was a plot point in that. I think early. The basically we love the name things in Florida. You know, we have a town on the Gulf Coast Gulfport because it's a port on the Gulf. Yeah. One of the monsters. We have is the Bardin booger. And it's a town called Barton. It's up near Jacksonville. Again, one lows little one crossroad towns, and it had a legend goes way back to the Indian days of a beast lived in the woods near there a wild, man. And again Kyo could be are are friendly Loria Florida skunk ape, but one of the stories goes this young lady was riding on her horse. And she saw this thing standing like as tall as her on the horse standing on the side of the road, holding lantern and just covered in for. And then as it walked away lantern light state is it just kind of blended into the woods, and it was kind of a goofy looking saying and legend lived around that town for a long time. And then again once big foot phenomena hit to know you'll late sixties early seventies. Became a big hit the Booker became famous. Again, people were seeing it again. And then a local Jacksonville newspaper writer decided he was gonna use the fame of the Bardin booger. He took its name made a editorial column, so he could comment on the changing of times is this mythical beast. There was a couple who took the fame and they made a song about him. And then they would run around town dressed as him. And there's this one grocery store there called, bud. It's up hardware stores slash gas station flash everything 'cause it's a small town. And but it's still there, and you can go to bud store, and he's got the Bardin booger case file, which is all the news clippings and all that. Now, he freely admits that at one point he sent one of his friends out in a monkey costume to chase people around to try to drum up some business. But that was one time the sheriff told him to stop. So he did. But that still doesn't explain all the other sightings over the years and again wonderful. Carey drew that sucker beautifully and brought him to life for us. Great. We got a lot of 'em at coast to coast AM dot com that you supplied us, they're cool. Yes. Yes. Glad to do it. And they're all the books are full of them. And right now with since we're doing the deal with the bookstore. If you order them through Erie, Florida Kerry will send in a signed print with your copy if you order it through the EBay link on every Florida dot com. Get one of those beautiful illustrations. Yeah. Nice printer frame you say the DisneyWorld is haunted. Yeah. What's going on fact? But some people know, yeah. The whole area has a dark history behind it that CO how the area was named especially. Yeah, Kissimmee a lot of people think it's an Indian word for the river the town that was there. But nobody seems to really know, but we have some friends we in the Seminole community, including outgoing back who is a some shaman and a Bram Stoker winning author or if you like your horror stories, and he. Is one of our insights into Indian legend forest, and he was telling us that he discovered through one of his sources that Qasimi got its name from one of the early tribes that could not they basically when the Indian removal act was passed. Anybody was allowed to do whatever they wanted to to the Indians to get them out of Florida. And they the Indians had no word for rape or terrible things. So when these guys came into one village in that area to do terrible things to the people to chase them off this one Indian squaw, basically goes. Kissing me kissing me. Trying to offer herself up trying to use the English words so terrible terrible things. But on top of that Disney. Most magical place on earth has ghosts the most famous being the pirates of the Caribbean ride. Has it goes called George? Oh, great. And they have to say Hello to George every morning. That's what I make my staff. Do. Yeah. Exactly. They have to say Hello to Georgia every morning. They have to say goodbye to George every night or bad things happen on the ride. There's a famous like a door that's right near where the dog has the keys for the cell. It's like an electrician the door and that whenever something's gone wrong with the right? That's the door. That's open the next CEO Georgia's out and George causing problems somebody forgot to say hi to him that day. All right. Other ghosts all around tell me about Kant lawn costlo. Oh, the count key west that wonderful. Great town. That's you know, the concord public the one town that seceded from the United States, and then a minute later, surrendered demanded a billion dollars in foreign aid, which was great. But the so the whole town always known for its weirdness. But in there was a man his name was Karl tans alert, and he claimed he moved to key west and decided to rename himself and reinvent himself and he claimed to be account, and he changed his name to count von Kozel. And he claimed to be an electrician an inventor, and he wound up getting a job at with the government at the VA and was working as an x Ray tech. And he. He was trying to cure people have to. Any lock any luck? No. Of course, not but his beautiful weather of his life came into this the into the hospital. She had tuberculosis name was Lena demilio, and she had just lost a child in childbirth. Her husband had left her and she had nowhere else to go. She's going there to be cured. And this guy is convinced. This is his lost love. This is the dark goddess. He's been dreaming of this whole life. Now, call was actually married to a family in zephyr hills. But yeah, it abandoned them, and he was down there living this new life as account and he knew he could cure. But he didn't and she died, but he felt so bad that he'd lost his love that he built a Muslim for paid. The family said look I was in love with her. I'm going to build her a Muslim, you're not going to bury her in poppers grave and the family was like, okay. And then he installed a phone into the mausoleum. So he can call her and talk to her then he would come. Visit her grave every night. It was this beautiful thing in the town. People are like, oh, he's he's after his long lost love. And then after a while he stopped showing up and people started hearing stories about him in town, buying perfume, lots of perfume and dresses and other crazy things. So Elena sister finally figures out something's up and goes to visit him, and she's like, where's my sister? Oh, she's right here. She's ready for dinner. And they go in the room, and she's there and he's cover. He's made a wax paper Michelle body for her sonar back together and and living as man and wife for years. Yes. A lot of wack jobs out there. Oh, yeah. Oh, it's crazy. And it gets weirder from there. I mean, he the police come they arrest him. They can't keep them because the statute of limitations on grave robbing was seven years it took eight years to get him into trial. So he's set free. And he his one complaint to the judges will can I everybody back. And all I gotta do is golden airplane, and I will take her up in my air magic airplane that I'm going to build and when I fly into the tropics fear, the electricity will bring her back to life was really strange was became a writer wrote for magazines usually about ghostly love and corpse three love. And y'all got gotta love a little necrophilia. All right. Let's go to the phone Giradi. Yeah. Let's do it. Let's pick it up by going to Joe in Long Island New York to get us started. Hey joseph. Go ahead Mark monitoring. If you have any stories on spring break people being bothered all the mine at Miami nightclub people. And also have there been interrupted communications of any bizarre style through the airwaves linked to Florida. And also what happened to Robert Redford scarlet and Havana, right never founder after all those years when he kept going back to the beach as far as I know from the movie, oh, man, we've got a lot of questions there. Well, the spring break there's always stories with spring break. One of our favorites is here on the Tampa Bay area. They were filming a movie called spring breakers up here's ago, and at this old abandoned hotel. And remade it made it a beautiful hotel. It was about to be torn down. But they, you know, spruce it up for the movie, and while they were filming the cutting all kinds of unusual issues where they were people were like having parties in the rooms and stuff like this. Although the hotel was abandoned they kept hearing noises of of you ghostly spring breakers in the movie spring breakers of all things then for intermittent communications and stuff like that. Of course, are famous thing just off the coast of Florida the Bermuda. Triangle and also we have those famous flights that have crashed into the Miami Everglades a flight 4._0._1. and flight five. Oh, two and some ghostly stories there as well. So it's yeah. That's the thing. That's so the robber everything that's one. We're still looking into a movie or what was that? I'm trying to remember that myself that's on like. That one's going deep. So I may have to look that one up when I get off. Let's go to Don in Maui in Hawaii west of the Rockies, Donald go ahead. Yeah. Hi, george. How are you? Don. Thank you. I got a story to tell you. All right. We I was this was in nineteen sixty nine my first name, buddy. And I we both went into the Marine Corps. We got out of book camp, we came home. His dad said, well, let's go gear hunting. So we went up onto suits river in Oregon. I don't know if you know where that that. I do not. And anyway, it's a big deep canyon and stuff he had a whitewater jet. So ed. We got into vote are- n the morning. We went up the river. Iran, and we were sitting there having some some some coffee. Well, my my fishing buddies Dag says I'm going to go get him. Well, go on. So he goes up the hill and he's walking along and stuff and maybe about maybe can't sweater. We grabbed our guns, and we were going to go up the hill, and we're walking up the hill, and he comes back and his eyes or around as silver dollar, and he's white. And we said, what's the matter? You said Bigfoot watch big foot. Don't go up there. Oh, yeah. Well, my buddy. And I watched it walking up the hill. Walk the no-load. We went up there. We got on top. We're looking around all of a sudden, George I heard annoy I turned around I raised up by rifle. I had this thing. It's head in my crosshairs of my scope. I lowered my gun. I started go out. It was a black sheep. It was the sheep rancher across the river. Somehow got a clock who the other side, and it was had had about three foot of wall around it. Or three or four years and had say right over it looked like a monster. We we we took to seep and we brought it back down over and stuck stuck in the boat. Of a cross the river, and we go and it went up with the rest of the Hervey. And I often wondered what that cheap rancor saw when he woke up in the morning, and as that monster, he probably was never the same. What would happen to you, Mark? Oh my goodness. Yeah. We there's all wildlife stories like crazy down here in Florida to have this. Great place called Tate's hell, which is legendary place where this guy got lost while he was he had made a deal with a of a witch to save his farm and all you had to do is give her a pig every year. And but then the problem was is pigs he stopped giving them to her. And of course, you know, everything happened his father died his mother died. The pigs were growing like crazy. And and they were getting giant and that actually led to a wild boar man story. But the the big thing was is the guy went out hunting for food because all he had was pigs, and he went out hunting for food got lost in the woods wandered out of three weeks later into this one town, and they asked him where he'd been he's been through hell, so they call that Forrest tapes. Hell let's go to Bill truck driving in Ontario high. Del welcome to the show. Thank you there thing like this in your in your research, but I've always wondered about Florida being a good candidate for an advanced civilization. I know Georgia's done like a show on the celerion hypothesis that you know, an advanced civilization existed before recorded history..

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"c w river iran" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

14:25 min | 2 years ago

"c w river iran" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you Mark Monty with us, Mark. Let's talk a few more stories, and we'll take some calls. What is the Bardon Buber? Okay. Barton booger is. We're talking about a little bit. I'm not sure we could say that on the radio, but give it a try. I mean w Kerr was a long time ago. And I remember that was a plot point in that. I think. Really? The basically we love the name things in Florida. Yeah. We have a town on the Gulf Coast Gulfport because it's a port on the Gulf. Yeah. One of the monsters. We have is the Bardin booger. And it's a town called Barton. It's up near Jacksonville. Again. One lows little one crossroad towns, and it had a legend goes way back to the Indian days of a beast that lived in the woods near there wild, man. And again Kyo could be are are friendly Loria Florida's gun Cape. But one of the stories goes this young lady was riding on her horse. And she saw this thing standing like as tall as her on the horse standing on the side of the road holding a lantern and just covered in spur. And then as it walked away lantern lights stayed is it just kind of blended into the woods, and it was kind of a goofy looking saying and legend lived around that town for a long time. And then again once. Bigfoot phenomena hit to know you'll late sixties early seventies. Became a big hit the Booker became famous. Again, people were seeing it again and then local Jacksonville newspaper writer decided he was gonna use the fame of the Bardin booger. He took lame made a editorial column so you could comment on the changing of times this mythical beast. There was a couple who took the fame and they made a song about him. And then they would run around town dressed as him. And there's this one grocery store there called, bud. It's a hardware store slash gas station flash everything because it's a small town. And but it's still there, and you can go to bud store, and he's got the Barton booger case file, which is all the news clippings and all that. Now, he freely admits that at one point he sent one of his friends out in a monkey costume to chase people around to try to drum up some business. But that was one time the sheriff told him to stop. So he did. But that still doesn't explain all the other sightings over the years and again wonderful. Carey drew that sucker beautifully and brought him to life for us. Yeah. They're great illustrations. We got a lot of coast to coast AM dot com that you supplied us. They're cool. Yes. Yes. Glad to do it. And they're all the books are full of them. And right now with since we're doing the deal with the bookstore. If you order them through Erie, Florida Kerry will send in a signed print with your copy if you order it through the EBay link on eerie, Florida dot com to get one of those beautiful 'lustration. Yeah. Nice printer frame you say the DisneyWorld is haunted. Yeah. What's going on on fact? But some people know, yeah. The whole area has a dark history behind it. That CO how the area was named especially. Yeah, Kissimmee a lot of people think it's an Indian word for the river the town that was there. Not really, no. But we have some friends in the Seminole community, including outgoing back who is a similar shaman and a Bram Stoker winning author or if you like your horror stories, and he is one of our insights into Indian legend forest, and he was telling us that he discovered through one of his sources that Qasimi got its name from one of the early tribes that could not they basically when the Indian removal act was passed. Anybody was allowed to do whatever they wanted to to the Indians to get them out of Florida and the the Indians had no word for rape, or you know, terrible things. So when these guys came into this one village in that area to do terrible things to the people to chase them off this one Indian squaw, basically goes. Kisa me. Trying to offer herself up trying to use the English words so terrible terrible things. But on top of that Disney most magical place on earth. Has ghosts the most famous being the pirates of the Caribbean ride. Has it goes called George? Oh, great. And they have to say Hello to George every morning. That's what I make my staff. Do. Yeah. Exactly. They have to say Hello to George every morning. They have to say goodbye to George every night or bad things happen on the ride. There's a famous like a door that's right near where the dog has the keys for the cell. It's like an electrician the door and that whenever something's gone wrong with the right? That's the door. That's opening next. Ceo Georgia's out and George causing problems somebody forgot to say hi to him that day. All right. Other goes Sala round. Tell me about Kant Vaughn costal. Oh, the count key west that wonderful. Great town. That's, you know, the conch Republic the one town that seceded from the United States, and then a minute later, surrendered and demanded a billion dollars in foreign aid, which was great. But the so the whole town is always known for its weirdness. But in there was a man his name was Karl tans alert and he claimed. He moved to key west and decided to rename himself and reinvent himself and he claimed to be account, and he changed his name to count von Kozel. And he claimed to be an electrician an inventor, and he wound up getting a job at with the government at the VA and was working as an x Ray tech. And he was trying to cure people. Any lock any luck? No. Of course, not. But. His beautiful weather of his life came into this into the hospital. She had to break yellow sus. Her name was Alina demilio, and she had just lost a child in childbirth. Her husband had left her and she had nowhere else to go. She's going there to be cured. And this guy is convinced. This is his lost love. This is the dark goddess. He's been dreaming of this whole life. Now, call was actually married to a family and zephyr hills. But yeah, hit abandoned them. And he was down there living this new life as account and he knew he could cure. But he didn't and she died, but he felt so bad that he'd lost his love that he built a mausoleum for paid the family said, look I was in love with her. I'm going to build her a Muslim, you're not going to bury poppers grave and the family was like, okay. And then he installed a phone into the mausoleum. So he can call her and talk to her then he would come visit her grave every night. And was this beautiful thing in the town. People are like, oh, he's after his long lost love. And then after a while he stopped showing up and people started hearing stories about him in town, buying perfume, lots of perfume and dresses and other crazy things. So Elena sister finally figures out something's up and goes to visit him, and she's like, where's my sister? Oh, she's right here. She's ready for dinner. And they go in the room, and she's there and he's covering. He's made a wax paper Michelle body for her sonar back together and and living as man and wife for years. Oh, yes. Jobs out there. Yeah. Oh, it's crazy. And it gets weirder from there. I mean, he the police come they arrest him. They can't keep them because the statute of limitations on grave robbing was seven years it took eight years to get him to trial. So he's set free. And he, you know, his one complaint to the judges will can I have her body back. And all I gotta do is golden airplane, and I will take her out in my ear magic airplane that I'm gonna build and when I fly into the tropics fear the electricity will bring her back to life. He was really strange was became a writer wrote for pulp magazines, usually about ghostly love and corpse we love, and you know, got old gotta love a little necrophilia. All right. Let's go to the fallen Giradi. Yeah. Let's do it. Let's pick it up by going to Joe in Long Island New York to get us started. Hey joseph. Go ahead. Hi, Mark monitoring. If you have any stories on spring break people being bothered all the mine at Miami nightclub people. And also have there been interrupted communications any bizarre. Style through the way is linked to Florida. And also what happened to the reference girlfriend and Havana never found her after all those years when he kept going back to the beach as far as I know from the movie, oh, man, we've got a lot of questions there. Well, the spring break there's always stories with spring break. One of our favorites is here on the Tampa Bay area. They were filming a movie called spring breakers a few years ago, and at this old abandoned hotel, and remade it made it a beautiful hotel was about to be torn down. But they, you know, spruce it up for the movie, and while they were filming the cutting all kinds of unusual issues where they were people were like having parties in the rooms and stuff like this. Although the hotel was abandoned that they kept hearing noises of of you know, ghostly spring breakers in the movie spring. Breakers of all things then for intermittent communications and stuff like that. Of course, are famous thing just off the coast of Florida the Bermuda. Triangle and also we have those famous flights that have crashed into the Miami Everglades a flight 4._0._1. and flight five. Oh, two and some ghostly stories there as well. So it's yeah. That's the thing as for the robber everything's that's one. We're still looking into movie or what was that? I'm trying to remember that myself that's on like that one's going deep. So I may have to look that one up when I get off. Let's go to Don in Maui in Hawaii west of the Rockies, Donald go ahead. Yeah. Hi, george. How are you? Don. Thank you. I got a story to tell you, right. We I was in nineteen sixty nine my first name, buddy. And I we both went into the Marine Corps. We got out of book camp, we came home his dad's dead. Well, let's go gear hunting. So we went up onto suits river in Oregon. I don't know if you know where that's at. And anyway, it's a big deep canyon and stuff. He had a whitewater. We got into boat are- n the morning. We went up the river. Iran, and we were sitting there having some so some copy, well, my my buddies Dag says I'm going to go get him. Well, go on he goes up the hill, and he's a walking along and stop in maybe about maybe can't we grabbed our guns, and we were going to go up the hill. And we're walking up the hill, and he comes back and his eyes or a big around as silver dollar, and he's white. And we said, what's the matter? You should Bigfoot big. It don't go up there. Oh, yeah. Well, my buddy. And I watched the walking up the hill. Walk the no-load. We went up there. We got on top. We're looking around all of a sudden, George I heard annoy I turned around. I raised up my rifle. I had this thing. It's head in my crosshairs at my school. I lowered my gun. I started the lap. It was a black sheep. It was the sheep ranch across the river. Somehow got across the other side, and it was had had about three foot of wall around it. Or three or four years and had say over it. It looked like a monster. We we we took the seat, and we brought it back down took over and stuck it in the boat of a cross the river, and we go and it went up with the rest of the her. And I'll put wondered what that cheap rancor saw when he woke up in the morning, and as being that monster, he probably was the same. What would happen to you, Mark? Oh my goodness. Yeah. We there's all wildlife stories like crazy down here in Florida. Do we have this? Great place called Tate's hell, which is a legendary place where this guy got lost while he was he had made a deal with a of a witch to save his farm and all you had to do is give her a pig every year. And but then the problem was. His pigs. He stopped giving them to or. And of course, you know, everything happened his father died his mother died. The pigs were growing like crazy. And and they were getting giant and that actually led to a wild boar man story..

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"c w river iran" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"c w river iran" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Bbc hello and welcome to witness here on the bbc world service i'm louise al gore and today we're going back to spring nine hundred five and the release of a film that's regarded as one of the most important documentaries ever made on the holocaust french filmmaker claude linesman's epic nine and a half hour masterpiece shore uses interviews with survivors witnesses and perpetrators to tell the story of what happened to the jews of europe i've been talking to iran steinfield who worked with lanzmann for ten years on the project jomie shannon show opens with the image of a man sitting in the prow of a boat singing an old folk song as a young boy simon strengthening nick could be made to sing the song as the emptied the burned remains of jews who'd been gassed at chill no extermination camp into the river iran steinfeldt says cloud landsman decided early on in the making of show that that image of simon strep nick who took back chelny would open the film it's a deeply haunting image announcement keeps the camera fixed on strip nick's face as he walks among the grass day the foundations where the gas fans had stood spy russia the rheinische missing in landsman managed somehow to understand sled nick to somehow have slab nick get as close as possible to reenacting perhaps what had happened to him and i think this is lance man's greatness and lanzmann repeats this through the film doesn't heat that's what made us a different there's no archive footage new music is nine and a half hours of survivors likes threatening and perpetrators telling that story and often excruciating detail reliving it as a why he wanted to tell the story about the murder about death about what does not exist the holocaust it's a frightening black hole and as much as we work in as much as we're talking as much as we listen and read we're unable to get even near to the real event it's so horrible and i think if someone got close it was lance man irina steinfeldt had been a young university graduate when she include landsman i met was the early seventies in israel he was a relatively well known film director a former lover of the great french feminist writer simone de beauvoir and a jew who lived through the german occupation of france he asked me if i spoke hebrew of course german.

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"c w river iran" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"c w river iran" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Cdc's hello and welcome to witness here on the bbc world service i'm louise al go and today we're going back to spring nine thousand nine hundred five and the release of a film that's regarded as one of the most important documentaries ever made on the holocaust french filmmaker claude linesman's epic nine and a half hour masterpiece shore uses interviews with survivors witnesses and perpetrators to tell the story of what happened to the jews of europe i've been talking to ah steinfeld who worked with landsman for ten years on the project joe and you show opens with the image of a man sitting in the prow of a boat singing an old folk song as a young boy simon strep nick could be made to sing the song as he emptied the burned remains of jews who'd been gassed that jail no extermination camp into the river iran steinfeldt says cloud landsman decided early on in the making of show that that image of simon stripe nick who took back chelny would open the film it's a deeply haunting image announcement keeps the camera fixed on strip nick's face as he walks among the graph day the foundations where the gas fans withstood he had spy grocery items the rheinische missing in landsman managed somehow to understand sled nick to somehow have sabe nick get as close as possible to reenacting perhaps what had happened to him and i think this is lance man's greatness and landsman repeats this through the film doesn't heat that's what made chose a different there's archived as new back footage new music is nine and a half hours of survivors like strep nick and perpetrators telling that story in often excruciating detail reliving it as a why he wanted to tell the story about the murder about about what does not exist the holocaust it's a frightening black hole and much as we work in as much as we talk in as much as we listen and read we're unable to get even near to the real event it's so horrible and i think if someone got close it was lance man iran steinfeldt have been a young university graduate when she include landsman i met the early seventies in israel he was a relatively well known film director a former lover of the great french feminist writer simone de beauvoir and a jew who lived through the german occupation.

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"c w river iran" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"c w river iran" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"You could avoid the parks and you could go around it's a lot longer released you get there and there is also an interior one did you know that there is one of these days i always say that when you come out all show you the other way there's a way to go all the way to palmer interior of the parks all the way to palmer from my house jiji delivered the uh patras pass not entering the no no no it's it's far and i forget the streets my dad showed me this one it literally goes i i could show you on a google satellite map it's really cool now takes longer takes about twenty minutes were if i went from palmer to my house on a normal traffic day it probably be twenty minutes more i've timed it but if there's massive traffic or problems or congestion you save time blow it's nice to know there are those shortcuts 'cause they're so few of them the in alaska and sorry for those of you in acreage and anchorage oh my god think about the east to west corridors tudor northern lights debare glenn highway those of the four those are the only four than i am aware of unless you're going to take neighborhood of you know trip send excursions going through which will take forever but i know anchorage very well you know one way to learn anchorage taxi driver uber driver pizza deliver but another way is to run campaigns in the manage political campaigns because each area neighborhoods broken up into a house district and so there's what 20something in the anchorage eagle river area and then when you go door to door with your taxi maverick your gugel map you can see where this and that is and i have helped liezl i helped drew pierce many years ago lauren leemanan west anchorage folks in eagle river iran myself in east anchorage i have help the government hill terry martin whenever could walk on the basis but downtown man there are so many little pockets of cool areas of anchorage and eagle river it's always nice to know the area lived in so you know all the.

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"c w river iran" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"c w river iran" Discussed on WWL

"A mild day today with a 40 percent chance for scattered showers and high temperatures in the '70s channel four meteorologist dave nussbaum but good ready for bitter cold coming back young again the stake law metrologie sperry kind says we could be in for some nasty freezes over the weekend and vote for the state will see a freeze on sunday with the only exception being the extreme cold full parishes and they can experience a hard pre across northern parishes they gonna be down in the in the low twenty so far no snows projected saints verses fightings it draws ever closer the saints though remain an underdog as we hear from wwl's chris miller host odds makers of the saints as four and a half point underdogs the opening line was three and a half marc lawrence of the playbook says a stellar defense and the great play of minnesota qb taste tinam have gamblers taking the vice grip and a great job at home uh words where we walked your detroit lions network uh the month of the first week of october to saints by contrast stumbled a bit since thanks giving going four and three in all three of those losses were on the road what would be your food choice at this weekend saints vikings graham who dad skin party with the best of them but you gotta have the food right wwl's jim hanzo looked into it ground meat will be hot sellers at supermarkets around town at according to donny rows older and ceo of rouse's his supermarkets the ground meat sold will also be used to make chile's it's the weather will be cold this weekend carrier river iran eagerly our pornographic wrecker at gigawatt cripple pizza and chicken wings also will be hot items while you sit.

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"c w river iran" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"c w river iran" Discussed on WGN Radio

"In the solidly fan of yours autographed his novel for you and then he was bring up bring up your your uh the that ancient ancient album as we used to call him and you can order griff that for hill plenty it's always great to talk to you sweeney and congratulations on this has really and every level i'm gonna for you people who still buy a new newspaper i'm going to write about these cd for this tuesday's paper and give you more information on law my pleasure monday eta's emmolo it blew me away it blew me away i love being back in my beloved chicago i know and well for con the loves you know what i mean i bet you have a guest come import on i thought he was gonna at that run balls was going to sprain go me when i said what bonnie couldn't rainy tonight in a dry gin i'll tell you the whole story when icu i call i in air all you people read the paper tuesday here she is again of this incredible new to 15th i think cd or elm as i like to say seems like yesterday or she is seen an amazing version of joni mitchell river since his eyes in a river running through my life somewhere precise than a lotta time fishing tramping around in the laps a thin can river iran in the with another river nice to go skating back into the woods excatly back in the winter timing lay down in the snow in the games was in the snow and the silence so one would roar in your hand and can almost feel i spirit believe that i think about rooms call river.

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"c w river iran" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"c w river iran" Discussed on KKAT

"Don't delay order today puerto rico was without electricity after hurricane maria knocked down polls in lines across the island the storm has weakened to a category three but that's no comfort for those in its wake like resident mari rosa every tree in our property down and there are no league on any of the tree that no it's not that it like calmly flooded it like gushing unreal why don't you think you to treat a river iran's president hassan rouhani response to president trump's criticism at the un general assembly correspondent jim shudo he called president trump's comments hateful oh absurd and ignorance and demanded an apology that he went on to take aim at president trump for threatening to leave the nuclear agreement ronnie says iran will resume its nuclear program if the us backs out of the deal the mexico city government says fifty two people have been rescued from the rubble of buildings that collapsed during yesterday's powerful the quake i'm jim ascend to you you think you're hearing that honour created there and are under correct gang year now it contrario and they're not going to be perfect as they are so happy that you are taking a man could be a part of your room i urge you to go down to your local shelter how god rescue foundation even at at rescue a dot once you get your rescue dog you should decorate order right ovalles go online and order it d i n.

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"c w river iran" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"c w river iran" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"For a w on koa thanks for patients hi hi um i was thinking that yeah having seen johnny depp being interviewed a few times during your harry not real i don't know he did not robot open i thought well maybe twenty metre straightaway had to with aircraft nation apparent president character nine fortytwo away but maybe you know we can't read his mind that's true and his mind seemed to be a little jumbled yeah now ladies hung the audio registered but yeah i don't know he he did apologise while any did say it didn't come outright he did say that pretty soon afterwards as well man he was trying to make a joke and he was really high in a distant go over cadete okay if you want to give him the benefit of the doubt here's a guy that term wants to talk about the the vietnamera jerry line one in jury may remember better than ben us we were we were pretty young during that time he jerry i didn't figure it out much younger me well all how old where you just feel younger jerry i guess in seven a riot i just got my light though have a dela a roller new gathering little over the crowd you you evidently don't remember the democratic national convention in chicago the riding in downtown detroit where they all the term police cars and burned cars post sixty eight right uh yeah um maher a white and black holy short ball killed impact a buddy of mine was the brother of the black police officer uh they were killed by the black panthers doubt on grand river iran bush largest funeral ira went do not that's that's the point i made earlier we're we're we're not saying that the things like this never happened.

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"c w river iran" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"c w river iran" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Hundred dollars per family per year turns into a six seven eight thousand dollar a year increase for americans governor scott walker is with us from the great state of whisk concert and he said to republicans as no excuses get the job done how are you about failing sean thanks river iran as a threat senate republicans earthquake house republicans ran on a message that they were going to repeal obamacare they run replace it with something better and they need to give their promises pointed up oh well i agree with you you and i think i was disappointed in a in the house pill the way it ultimately came out i do believe agree with the president it's a great first step i think one of the more disappointing aspects of it is i learned that there are probably a hundred or so moderate to liberal republicans in the house that had no intention of ever fully repealing and replacing what it was great to take a vote apparently when barack obama was president i'd they they could the whole back on veto the bottom line is i think americans west your show they certainly soda wisconsin where we elected donald trump at my identity president vice president for the first time since ronald reagan at the very first republican occur the hunt vernon had back people like ron johnson right foot feted we not only had republicans joining that way we had a whole lot of independence because they wanted people who work ethic they wanted people to do the things that they said they would do to shake things up a drain the swamp in washington had a big part of that it is making sure that there is a full repeal in at the replacement is something that is better that has conservative that is what people ran.

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"c w river iran" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"c w river iran" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Ones on ford thirteen hits make it for the cakes barnes and newnan with home runs gore and it bond to see with bob's away for the chasers five to okla oklahoma's reading leading round rotten happy that prolific offense round rock as they have dissipated there and the sooner state by two one at a now exceeding five chu had been vocal in the city snyder going deep the express lunch brought box bringing the pale the work today voted petersen with oman's john peterson now as to what nobody seeing uniform jude one albuquerque leaving salt lake in the bottom of a fourthinnings cuevas send guard new going the for the hopes johnson hitting his second of the season for the salt lake these three to nothing fresno over el paso at the top of the third inning three solo moberg accounting for those runs for the grizzlies white morin ed read all going deep for the grease coming up in just a little bit right around first pitch of our game ju it'll be las vegas dancer coma you'll mart against overton reno in sacramento will get underway coming up at the same time it will fiveyear along the front range with gomez throwing the pill for the river iran security service field it was a victory a two one victory for the sky sox when we come back we will go through the big league scoreboard eject in on the national league scores during this double header addition of guys aren't report your next report's there gene ps lead full on cbs sports radio until i see it i don't believe it with ball that he's better than even russell this hocine with this ball kid and as wacko family you have no idea like everybody thinks that's automatic adding that hell on earth that in that guy around what a pain any ask guys gonna be for your franchise around with that wacko father is for a nobody bunch weeknights aid to midnight on extra sports thirteen hundred separatist your brothers building more than just great deals you get the job done legs and the easa compact record with tons.

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"c w river iran" Discussed on The New Yorker Fiction Podcast

The New Yorker Fiction Podcast

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"c w river iran" Discussed on The New Yorker Fiction Podcast

"That was all they knew of electricity in those dimly days when valleys of shadow laid deep between one piece of furniture and another was it because rooms were so badly less that sought so often a little bluestar the she was overcome by longing to see it again standing up impetuously she switched off the lies it was just the end down below the iron fist at the narcan was lifted with allowed confident hand brought down on the door it wasn't to knock she admitted that even as she sat starke with fried in the darkness and then a voice that was vaguely familiar called out and confidently from below its me ma'am i hope i'm not disturbing you oh mr crossen she cried out with relief and unlocking her door she ran across the landing in through up the window on that side of the house i'll be right down she called or don't duncan down man he shouted hourly want one word with you if corsaut combat she went back to get out of her dressinggown but honor slippers and pinup her hair but as she did she heard him stomping his feet on the gravel it had been a mild day but was nice at chill had come in the air and for all that was late spring there was a cutting east wind curry across the river iran down and let you in the cold she called and twisting upper hair she held against her head with her hand without waiting to pinhas and she ran down the stairs trump bolt the door.

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