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COVID-19: Has the Science Really Changed?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:03 min | 6 months ago

COVID-19: Has the Science Really Changed?

"Popular demand, our white coat summit where we take your questions, we just have an unfiltered conversation. But everything you're not supposed to talk about medical tyranny vaccines, individual autonomy, hydroxychloroquine Ivermectin, and we have an amazing panel. I will start with someone who's been on our show before doctor Pierre Corey, welcome back. You probably gonna be here. Doctor Ryan Cole, I've been reading your writings and senior speeches for quite some time, honored to have you. Great to be here. And doctor flavio. And you could tell us how to pronounce your last name. Yeah, good day, Jenny. It's an honor. Truly. And I look forward to talking with you about many things and you're from Brazil. Is that right? Yeah, exactly. Terrific. Well, welcome. Thanks so thrilled. So doctor coryell start with you. You were on our program about a month ago. We were talking about a lot of different things. And it seems as if this topic has changed the media has changed the way they talk about this topic. And doctor Wen went on CNN and said, the science has changed. As the science changed doctor Corey, science was always there, Charlie. I mean, I don't know what to do. I mean, what specifically you think has changed in the media so that I could answer because from where I sit, I'm seeing a little bit around the so I guess the masks thing is probably the most changed. Yeah, I suppose just you have like Nevada lifting their indoor mask mandate, right? You have certain areas that are backing off a little bit on vaccine mandates, but they're definitely as a de emphasis of media hysteria of the last two weeks, right? Maybe you see it differently. And I have not seen I'm running fast. That's okay. And I'm a media guy, right? So I kind of look at what they're focusing on and not. And when doctor Wen goes on TV, she says, science has changed, there was a time for lockdowns, and now we know new things. And I'll give you another example that I think is really important is that Fauci's been kind of MIA for the last couple weeks. They've kind of just kind of put them out to pasture. You notice he's not doing those daily news hits. Maybe he's bad for ratings. Do you have any

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"coryell" Discussed on Spill it, Sister! Reality TV recaps with Ally

Spill it, Sister! Reality TV recaps with Ally

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"coryell" Discussed on Spill it, Sister! Reality TV recaps with Ally

"So everyone basically votes for michaela and rain and renan renan ron And we Get over to the layer. We don't really have anything big. That happens between that so we we just hop right over to the layer pretty cool setup. I liked the layer like the big stairs. I like it too And we find out very quickly that there is a twist. So you know we have an isa and logan. They're supposed to be picking a guy and a girl. We assume it's gonna be a team. Sich shy why would we assume that with tj. What's wrong with us. I don't know where it hits. And he told us he wasn't fucking around so i don't know they're able to choose individual players and this kind of changes things you can see a looks at him and she's like oh okay. Well let's think about what we're really going to do here And for some reason they ended up picking coryell. So i have back guy and i know why because i i thought that's so shitty korea didn't do anything it was all in there so when they got back from the quarantine coryell started a bunch of shit with all the guys about the gym and the guys were not having it and they're like who the fuck do you think you are so okay. That's why it was so easy to throw coryell in is because he had kinda tried to buck up against the system. He's an easy target so we have corey l. and then we have michelle going in so that they can really just hash it out between michelle michaela. I would've picked shells and tommy. Yeah yeah that would have been good. They not do that. You have all three american survivors in one round. And you know you're going to get two out of the three out law simply. Yeah or i guess you could just end up with one. But that's better than nothing. Yeah you're still pitting them against each other. Yeah they're very true Game is back me up. And it's basically The bananas backpack that so is so famous and the challenge world. But it's all it's corey l. Dragging around everyone else and i was a little confused i was like. Are you supposed to push them. Yes airside or are you supposed to drag them down your side. Which side is which it was. It wasn't very clear everyone was just kind of wrestling around with each other. And then it was like a corey one. Okay yes when. I watched it to the first time i thought coryell was about to lose.

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Four men hanged in India for notorious gang rape and murder

BBC Newshour

01:29 min | 2 years ago

Four men hanged in India for notorious gang rape and murder

"A group of people gathered with Indian flags they were celebrating the hanging of four men who had been convicted for the gang rape and murder of a deadly we think Tim's gone be identified on the deal so the press called her need higher the fearless one my importantly I at her home in southern Delhi her mother said she hoped her daughter spoke to say you've got justice today the more than seven years life for the victim's parents has been about in these trips to courthouses miraculously it didn't enable this is not just a big day for my daughter but the old women and her father said it's a day of justice it's a day of security while ordering the death sentence for the man back in two thousand and thirteen a court had said they had committed above very crime that had shaken society's conscience what a winter night in two thousand and twelve they gang raped and tortured the victim on a moving bus in Delhi a few weeks before the hanging I met her mother who had recounted to me how they found out that the Telerik Vic in Coryell nice honey bucket that my daughter was breathing but there was no bottle full body was bleeding she had bite marks on their bodies she gained consciousness and I asked for water the doctor signaling

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"coryell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"coryell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is why we have invited Larry Coryell to play live for us here in the studio that was Larry Coryell performing I assume this is your own arrangement of Gershwin's Rhapsody in blue the arrangement is partly mine and partly one of re Utah Tsuzuki who is a excellent musician who lives in Yokohama this funny this this arrangement all sounded like it sounded like Gershwin being played by a flamenco guitarist or something in that kind of the idea to get some of that I really love flamenco I just came back from Spain and I'm more and more enamored with not playing flamenco per se but with trying to absorb absorb some of the things that they do and if I can absorb some of those things some of those basic things about the instrument that make it less than guitarist taken simply more musical then I'll be happy so to that and you've done arrangements of other pieces which are not specifically guitar pieces but you've done arrangements of Rodrigo or at least impressions of Frederick because that's how it started that was the first name more or less that's how we started it was just to kind of on a lark anyway and of course you've done the Bach loot prelude yeah they've done an arrangement of that so obviously for the person who made his name as a jazz guitarist you have certainly an ear out for for classical music as well Janice is really like classical music anyway we make it up as we go along take a standard song form and then we start to paint from our colors and bring out trying to express my own roots in relation to the instrument to kind of express where I come from I come from a rural background you're born in Texas raise out in the state of Washington and I've only been living in New York for the past twenty six years so I'm still consider myself an outsider well I'm born and bred in New York so I consider you an outsider know what I mean yeah I do know what you mean exactly yeah I never played a lot of twelve string but ice I recall this is a very unforgiving instrument yeah I mean I just said that a lot of unforgivable things on there was really do you do you do a lot more twelve string stuff these days yeah I have a an arrangement of summertime version summertime they like to play for you okay.

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"coryell" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"coryell" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"What's up Josh? Well, colonel. This is the last time I'll get to say it before it matters. Happy independence day to our frontlines of freedom team. And you listening to us cagey veterans right now. Those fire bangers this week. It's my mom always used to say it's always best to keep as many of your fingers as possible. Thanks, Josh and chief off role and ask me will join us to share some more wisdom coryell will join us for the America report and my good friend and fellow West Point or Matt Hayes is joining the team today. Welcome aboard Matt. Thanks. It's great to be back. I know you had me on before as a contributor, but now you're actually putting me to work. So I appreciate that. I'm looking forward to it. And you noticed that even though you're west pointer said, welcome aboard just checking available to speak multi-service language. Right. I got you. Okay. I'll do my best. Do your best. Okay. Anyway, here's we have for you today by the Colonel. I'm gonna suggest that Americans know why we celebrate the fourth of July that Brandon Coleman has worked for the VA and Phoenix, where he was abused and became a whistle blower. He was almost every we contribute to the show for over a year as he fought for his rights, he won. And now he works at the VA. He has a great story, then former army Jag David bull, Johnno will join us to discuss how leaders should take care of their troops and will review the movie the month with Diane Raver from the Garden State film festival. Hey troops. Please invite your friends to join us at this time on this great radio station at appreciate it. If you would also go to frontlines of freedom dot com and sign up for our free.

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"coryell" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"coryell" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Which was odd because I know servicemen and women who have died stateside in uniform in most who have served overseas through the years have come home. I think their ad agency needs a little Memorial Day refresher. But I digress. Thanks, josh. Chief one off the role of Ashby. Will join us to share some more wisdom, marine vet skip coryell is here wearing his normal grim. What's going on skip will? Life is good. I'm happy. It's springtime almost summer. What's not the grid about. I agree with you. And I'm here with you Colonel. I'm wearing sandals. That's a good. Wow. Here's we have for you today on news and comment by the Colonel. I'm going to discuss my feelings as frontlines of freedom begins its thirteenth year. This is our anniversary show do note, the most of our gifts your goals with us. So you're going to be hearing about our goals and concerns for our nation. However, achieves anything of importance, we'll take many concerned, citizens getting involved, that's you. An organization. We've shared views of goals with for years is concerned, veterans for America. We'll talk with their new executive director Nate Anderson. Then we'll talk a retired. Captain jo-john the founder of combat veterans for congress. We'll discuss the standards. They set for candidates to get a door st-. We'll meet retired Colonel. Dave must Riano who serves on the advisory board of the uniform services league discuss their goals. I happen to serve with Dave on that board and Paul Lieberman. From friends of these rarely defense force, we'll discuss a recent trip to Poland with holocaust survivors, I am a.

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"coryell" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"coryell" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Citizens from Cesar shining sea welcomed over onto freedom who back for duty after a season of goofing off with my son. I'm Colonel Denny Gillem. Thank you for joining us today. The fifty caliber microphone today is co host air force vet Josh Lang. What's up? Josh. Hey, have you heard something from a NATO ally about our show? Yes, I have Colonel in a bit of surprising news. We were informed this week that frontlines of freedom is now ranked number eighty five in the news and politics category on apple podcasts in Norway. Yes. We have a contingent of frontlines fans in Norway, so high and talk to you who made frontlines chart in Norway good to hear Josh. And we're going to hear from Chief Warrant Officer, Roland Ashby share some warrant wisdom and Marie skip. Coryell seems to be a happy guy. What's up skip? What's up? I think it's called the polar vortex keeps coming back like a vengeance. You know, you'd think it was like winter in Michigan. I know I know, but you know, all of our listeners in Florida, Texas, Arizona. Can't they just share? You know, you got a point there. Socialism does work. Here's what we have for you today. A news and comment by the Colonel I'm going to discuss the war that is improperly called the Israeli Palestinian conflict, Nate Anderson, the deputy director of concerned veterans for America. We'll discuss how the VA is doing as well as their legislative agenda. They hope our congress will address this year. Then frontlines of freedoms regular Elliott showed off and Israeli defense force. Reserve major will discuss the situation in the Middle East, and there is rarely military and will learn.

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"coryell" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"coryell" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"The question are you safe in your house of worship, historically churches have been places of sanctuary? But is that still true today? I'm co host marine sergeant skip coryell. Thanks for joining us. Joining me at the fifty caliber microphone is co host air force vet Josh Lang what's up Josh? Well, I received an Email from a listener I'll keep his name out of this who caught onto my comment about trying to eat groundhog for dinner on last week's show, but wasn't certain if I was joking or not. So I assure you and pita that was a joke. I know it's not quite the same. But to hunt and eat a groundhog on or near groundhog's day would be like eating a bald eagle on the fourth of July. Give me some credit, but skip on the other hand. I know you have tasted the groundhog. But you to have had enough discretion to only hunt them when they're in season and not on or near their special holiday. I'm glad I was able to set the record straight on that which has absolutely nothing to do with the military or our veterans. So let's get to it. Guys. Sounds good. Josh. And Chief Warrant Officer Roland Ashby is looking mighty seaworthy today. What's going on in your life, Roland L skip? I'm just wondering if I can go out and do a recertification shooting course with you here. Pretty so I think my permits coming up how well we need to do that. Here's what we have for you today. I up we'll have news and comment by the non com,.

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"coryell" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"coryell" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"The question are you safe in your house of worship, historically churches have been places of sanctuary? But is that still true today? I'm co host marine sergeant skip coryell. Thanks for joining us. Joining me at the fifty caliber microphone today's co host air force vet Josh Lang what's up Josh. Well, I received an Email from a listener alkies his name out of this who caught onto my comment about trying to eat groundhog for dinner on last week's show, but wasn't certain if I was joking or not. So I assure you and pita that was a joke. I know it's not quite the same. But to hunt and eat a groundhog on or near groundhog's day would be like eating a bald eagle on the fourth of July. Give me some credit, but skip on the other hand. I know you have tasted the groundhog. But you to have had enough discretion to only hunt them when they're in season and not on or near their special holiday. I'm glad I was able to set the record straight on that which has absolutely nothing to do with the military or our veterans. So let's get to it. Guys. Sounds good. Josh. And Chief Warrant Officer Roland Ashby is looking mighty seaworthy today. What's going on in your life, Roland L skip? I'm just wondering if I can go out and do a recertification shooting course with you here. Pretty soon. I think my permits coming up pretty well. We need to do that. Here's what we have for you today. I up we'll have news and comment by the non com,.

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"coryell" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

05:53 min | 3 years ago

"coryell" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"See how much you could say. Well, this time last week. The pro football hall of fame committee was sitting down trying to figure out the class of thousand nineteen. They emerged from that. With three guys that we knew we were going to be I Bala guys. And that of course, was twenty Alice, Ed Reed and champ Bailey. And of course, the senior candidate Johnny Robinson got in the two contributor candidates, Pat bolan gillibrand got in. So essentially there were two spots left. Okay. There were two spots left. And we we're doing all the speculation on who they could be and as a turnout simply because of Kerry Rhodes on the broadcast at this time last week they chose to carry roads teammates days where the jets Kevin. Hawaiian isla. Yes. How is that field to have to are you going to go to teammates? Yeah. Probably go talk to tie tie was ecstatic. Obviously, it's it's the guy. That's really deserve. A really good player. Really smart player. The the really good guy deserved it. Then kevin. Why he didn't? He didn't make it as I time. But got in the second second go around and very emotional talk to him as well. I mean, he's right now with the coaching and out there with her male words coaching out there. But this to really class guy that really good guys that look up to as a as a young player for myself. I'm really really really excited for those guys. Well, believe it or not as far as how many years both of those guys have been eligible for their fifth year of eligibility. They're both Tyler Ammon. Kevin why? And by the way, they have both moving up the charts. And if you if you do pay attention to the voting it really should have come a no surprise, Milwaukee was selected over the other three offensive linemen. Again, a center over the two guards Steve Hutchinson and Allen fan. And then, of course, the great Tony Boselli only played seven years a tackle. And then tie law. We knew this. We talked about this last week. If you have champ Bailey is a first ballad guy has to go in with them. He actually has one more interception. A few more yards. He's got the three rings with New England. But they bypass the two safeties and Steve atwater John Lynch in favor of Thai law, and I'm sure that was the discussion in the room like if we're gonna let champion, and I remember, I think five with ties with one of the longest he was the longest. I'm sure they brought up the fact that he won and then in the yards and the guy had I mean, the numbers were too to comparable to not have them in. Yeah. Bypass, again, the coaches, Don coryell and Tom floors, and I talked to a lot of people from the hall of fame about that including in our own Alex Martinez. And he said, there's a movement afoot. They got to separate the coat just like they did with the contributors. They created a contributor category. You can't when there's so many players such a backlog of players Steve atwater should have been the hall of fame years ago. Maybe he will be, but I mean, putting the coaches in with players, it just doesn't make any sense. They have to separate the coaches, and there's a movement afoot, thankfully for the Coriolis. The floors is the Jimmy Johnson's the, you know, a lot of coaches that are deserving a look at the hall of fame. So that would be a good movement. Speaking a hall of fame next week with the the all star game they will announce the finalist for induction into the Naismith Basketball Hall of fame. And this has been such a source of frustration for me over the years. The Naismith hall of fame is not the NBA hall of fame. There is no such thing as the NBA hall of fame. I like when I hear NBA hall of Famer, there's no such thing. But the Basketball Hall of fame is for everyone women international players even in duct teams. I mean, it just sort of this hodgepodge. But here's my frustration. There is a separate women's Basketball Hall of fame. There is a separate college Basketball Hall of fame. There's a separate fee for international Basketball Hall of fame. There's no EMMY hall of fame. So I was thinking about this target about the other day if we were to start an NBA hall of fame day one I would have a ten player class. Maybe coaches on the sideline ten player class here. The first ten players in the NBA hall of fame drum roll, no general, the two most significant pioneers, George Mike and Bob Cousy that's to Bill Russell Wilt Chamberlain, Oscar Robertson, Jerry West Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Larry Bird, Magic Johnson. And Michael, Jordan. Boom. There's your first ten, and then I might stay with a ten person classwork couple years until you play a little catch up next class would have the Elgin Baylor's on the pets and Carl Malone's guys like that. But this is ridiculous. Having a Basketball Hall of fame where you have a Vivian stringer standing next to Michael Jordan as they were back in the day on. I mean, that's that's ridiculous. Yeah. I mean, it's I guess by the rules like you said, it's not an MBA when it's the the Basketball Hall of fame. Oh, yeah. I mean, that's a very very very. Influence a person, you know, there's many many coaches in the Basketball Hall of fame is our players. Now, imagine that in the hall of football or baseball hall of fame. We have as many managers are coaches are players yet in the Basketball Hall of fame. Apparently, the coaches do everything players don't do anything just pawns out there for these great coaches, they keep throwing into the hall of fame. Right. You know, me get all worked up at all the hall of fame and everything else better go bra briefing. We're in the guy go Fox Sports radio studios. It's gonna be a very interesting off season for the National Football League. What's going to make a different? We're going to tell you..

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"coryell" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"coryell" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"And I could check off both those stadiums on my quest to go to all the stadiums. Right. And I love Joe Robbie Stadium. I loved air coryell and Dan Fouts and all of those fucking guys. That's what I that's where my head was at the next thing. You know, I got this fucking asshole. So somehow security comes up and literally had to escort like make us wait until they left because it was the end of the game. But but somehow my buddy swipe that kids fucking jersey, and it was like an official. I don't know I would grabbed it, but then we had to walk out to the car with literally with like. Yeah. Head on a fucking swivel. And I think that's where somewhere your hat off as you're walking out and not incite violence. My you know, I think I might have. I think I might have. Yeah. I mean, I'm not trying. I'm not trying to fight ten four. Fucking lex Luther over here. I was trying to think of fucking action hero. Yeah. No. Any one of those even that fucking pussy took his jersey off Crete probably could have beat me. I'm old. What I'm just saying meeting of beating people like Evan working out with my trainer against I. Are we done with your story? Yeah. Okay. Great. So I've been a. I've been working out with my trainer, and we've been doing a lot of like the boxing and stuff and he's been like I have been working out with him for years. But I still sometimes have like a week wrist. When I punch him when we running like our drills and stuff and doing like, my wrist will bend and stuff. So he was trying to show me like how you know, when you're punching somebody, you know, you're meant to really kind of get them like on the chin with your first two knuckles in the middle. Yeah. I kinda thought. Yeah. I thought it was just sort of like this flat part of your hands that you're supposed to like connect with didn't realize done knuckle sandwich. That's what you're meant to like clip them with. So when I was punching him, I just I didn't have my hands on the gloves. I just had them rap and he had his like his bare hands up, and he was just that just tat me. And when I was really like connecting with that shit. It was like, oh, that's what it feels like to punch somebody and then to put like the weight behind it. It's like, I don't know what I'm looking forward to using this real life one day most people when they do throw a punch, they actually usually get their ring knuckle and the pinky they end up because I also think if your arms, you won't break, your wrist or something like that. You're supposed to keep it because he was showing me up against a wall. Like this like that. And he was having me like push against it with my knuckles. And he was like that. That's what you wanna feel like you haven't since since. I was a young man. It was just people squaring off nobody who kicks and shit is fucking kids today with all his UFC shit. You know, and this is the thing there's no ref to jump in and break that shit up. Yeah. Somebody's gonna get you choke chokehold. And when you go out, you know, and he's adrenaline going. I mean, the guy could give you a brain damage or kill him. It's just fucking. It's just a whole other level of shit that. I don't know. I'm just I some point you become an old, man. And I am an old man. And I I don't mind going to a baseball game. But not out here. I really was. I think I had too many bad. I had a bad experience at our angels game dodgers games. I always had good experience because I really liked the dodgers L A king games. I had because I liked the kings. And I liked the Rams and ally I actually like the charges too. But I think maybe it's just like Laker games. I don't fuck enough. I don't know. I mean, my whole fucking job is just getting heckled and get yelled at I need to go to a game. That makes sense. Sure. Yeah. Going somewhere with that that that watching that horror shit..

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"coryell" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

06:26 min | 3 years ago

"coryell" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Now, we get to discuss cops with a novel written by host skip coryell. Joe fair a Vietnam vet who going to be interviewed right now. But we had a scheduling disconnect. So we'll have Joe on an old later show this novel that skipped just finished is about policemen. And I really am interested in this. Because my whole family is basically cops I'm the oddball by being in the army, my dad's father was a police officer killed in the line of duty. My uncle was up full career and the FBI my sister just retired from police department in California my son's a cop. So I'm the oddball in my family. I'm the only one to serve the military. So when skip wrote a novel about police officers and. Skipped does tend to provide a little action in his novels. They wouldn't exact I guess who is supposed to be a romance novel rights, get well romance is a relative term right Colonel. I mean, what's romantic to marine or an army ranger may be romantic to a woman. Now, that's not politically, correct. Because we all know there is no difference between men and women. Well, yes. And all of us men are toxic. Sometimes I understand that too. Yes. This is something about toxic masculinity to. That's right originally. I had set out to write a romance primarily because number one I thought it would be easy quick and easy. Right. And I knew they sold. Well, and I thought well, I'll go ahead. I'll give it a shot. I went out. I did my research. That was the first two marriages was research Colonel. But then I went ahead, and I read to harlequin romance novels and what I discovered is. You know, they were pretty much identical. All they did was change the names, you know, maybe the way the characters looked a little bit, but it's a formula novel. And I thought you know, what this is going to be really really easy. And but then I started writing, and I seems to me your wonderful wife, Sarah. Convinced you that your maybe you're on the wrong path. Yeah. As wives tend to do from time to time, she guided me, and she said. Honey. I know you had your heart set on this. But I've got to tell you that this isn't very romantic at all. And I guess her values on whether it is or not are better than yours or judgments better. Oh, she's definitely much more romantic than I am. I asked her. Why said Honey why why isn't this romantic, and she says well because you keep killing off all the characters, you know? And it's like Colonel you've taught me what's the military's job kill people break things. That's right. And that's how I write apparently romance novels aren't like that. So you found at least one area that you are not particularly strong. That's exactly right. So what's the name of this this novel originally, it was going to be titled Jack pine romance? But I've altered that just a little bit. Now. It's call Jack pine strong. Okay. So, you know, it's set in the upper peninsula chicken, upper peninsula of Michigan on the key one oppinion Sula and for those of you in Florida. It's just really. Cold all the time in summer last like three days if you're lucky and if you go north you're in Canada. That's right. Yeah. You if you go north you're drowning in lake superior first. And then you're again, that's right. But it is set in a small fictional town called Jack pine, and it is just about a chief of police named Jack Ruger. I love that name, Jack, Ruger, it's very usual. Alaska. Yeah. Firearm like, I just love it. Okay. This is Colonel Denny Gilman frontlines of freedom and host skip coryell. And I are discussing his new non romance novel written about a police officer in the upper peninsula of Michigan. Yeah, colonels. This book is totally unlike anything I've ever done. In that. I wrote it in too much. It's like one hundred and eighty five pages, but I sat down and this one flow. I mean once I figured out. It wasn't a romance. It went really really fast, and boy was two months, and it was done. And boy it was like four months ago. I published the blind man's rage. I've never written a novel this quickly before that's uncommonly faster. Anybody regardless of their experience law specially among marine this unusual for us to even read. And write, you know, that's true. That's one of the things. Hold me back. I'm only model shoulder rated. That's right. That's right. Well. Police chief, right. Yes. Well, police chief of a small town. So basically, you know, he's the police chief, but he is the police force. He's the entire force. You know, there's like three hundred and seventy eight people in the whole town. So and there's a diner there. And everyone knows everybody. If you take that old sitcom, cheers and move it into the upper peninsula where people talk funny. That's what you have. Then you add an escaped convict and add the escaped convict who is angry with Jack Ruger for putting him away in prison. You know, five years before. And so he escapes from prison, and he's come back and he's gunning for Jack Ruger, chief, Ruger, and that's the plotline. And there's a lot of other twists and turns. You know, there's some surprises in there. And there is a love interest. Oh, and I won't tell you whether or not Jack gets the girl. But. You'll have to read that to find out, but he loves his pistol. Oh, definitely. Yes..

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"coryell" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

10:21 min | 3 years ago

"coryell" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Skip coryell. This is the final formation for this hour and frontlines of freedom. We're continuing our conversation with Dr Eric Fritz about the smart. Use of our nation's power now, Eric I love your passion. I could tell just listening to you. You're very passionate about the job that that you do here. Can you give us some examples of the good use of our power and of the poor use of that power? Sure, I think for us. I guess I don't really struggle with that. I mean, obviously there are there unfortunate situations where the military is called on to do, you know, a certain job. And it doesn't go perfectly. I mean, anytime you're involved with the tasks at the military does. Yeah. Using force. There's always potential for that to go sideways. So obviously, that's an example. Right. But that isn't really what we're focusing on because that's that's the military role. And that's another reason why you don't want to be doing that. It's a reason why you wanna be funding the initiatives that the US DLC supports because then you don't have to do the military stuff, which has the downside because the initiatives USES's supports don't have a downside. They're all upset great. It's all beneficial. It's up capacity building, it's all support. So I think of a good example of the sort of the plus side where I've been involved in everything I do here at university of Michigan is involved in a consulting group here, and I was recently called upon to go over to Turkey witnesses grant funded through the State Department is called the. The life project. And it's a wonderful wonderful thing is operating in Turkey, and it's looking to provide entrepreneurship opportunities for Syrian refugees in Turkey. So here you have Turkey who is part of the international community, and the US ally, who's taken large numbers of refugees from Syria, which is a neighboring country at various stable and bring them into their country. But now, of course, they need to be integrated into the economy and into the society. So this project that I am assisting provides a food incubator and training and supervision to help these refugees starts food. Entrepreneurship is as they call it gastro diplomacy. It's absolutely wonderful. I went over there on short notice to help with their trainers. I because my my background here is I chased entrepreneurship minor. Irrigation. Michigan and have a strong background in training teaching consulting is an educational psychologist. And so I went over there to help their trainers. Get really good at helping these Syrian refugees and others. I'm open their businesses. And so they've got a great track record. They've got a couple of hundred bears already started their opening a second say in medicine, and it's just a great program. And again, it's just a tiny little chunk of funding through the State Department that is producing these effects that it's going to be super beneficial for Turkey and the refugees they've taken it this marine vet skip Corey on frontlines of freedom. We're talking about the wise use of our nation's power with Dr Eric Fritz, Eric you have been to so many different places. Typically, I'll get up in the morning, I'm self employed. I work at home, you know, do radio stuff. I don't leave the county you're going all. All over the globe. What is it like to be going all over the planet? Doing all this exciting fun, positive stuff. It is pretty awesome. I guess I it's been a lot of years building to this point. But I think it's something the military talk that you learn new job you do it. Really? Well, and the next job will always pulls you towards it. So I just I keep getting asked to do exciting stuff and help people solve problems and go do it. But it really is. The biggest thing for me is everywhere I've ever gone choosing. That really strike me. Are they even though we think that everybody's so different spore sporran countries foreign cultures been than them. But the end of the day everybody is just trying to look out for their family. Make sure their needs are taken care of and hope for their kids to have a slightly better than they did every single place. I've ever been no matter how poor no matter. How wealthy stable matter unstable? It's always the same. They just want a better life and anything that you can do to help provide that stability is a positive thing. Eric the country of Turkey. Obviously, I've I've never been there. What struck you about that particular country that particular culture because it's certainly different than America really is. But it's also that's unusual because it's a it's a very strong Middle Eastern influence there. But also, you know, they're sort of in that either geographically right there that position there across the straits where half the country is an Asian countries in Europe. And so it's such a fascinating culture because for all time. It has been straddling these sort of two worlds, I think it's very interesting, and that is essentially this wonderful sort of westernized country, that's a part of Europe. But also in part of Asia, and obviously is dealing with a lot of different stresses. That is quite the melting pot is sort of more of an American term. But I was I was just really struck at how many Ingram blended together there that there was a modern parts of the city in an ancient. Parts of the city of the highways, but then the tiny little roads. And of course, all the swirling politics at the time that they're they're struggling with all the individuals. You know, that they're I get back to this point if they're taking all these refugees from Syria instead of bringing them into their culture. Right. And so we're sort of helping them with that. So I think it's it was it was a wonderful country to visit. I had a wonderful. Well, Eric, you are you're painting a different picture than what I have of Turkey having never been there, all of my my whole conception of a Muslim dominated country. Is you watch the news you see terrorist bombers all the turmoil all the strive boy. It sounds like it's not like that at all. I think you probably I think what you're seeing there is. I mean, I've I've talked to western European. So just assume that every single person in the US carries, which we talked about it or the concealed carry thing. I still carry, but it's not true. The number of time you actually see a weapon in public almost always is going to be a law enforcement officer. Maybe if you're really rural area, you're hunting. But the perception of those who get their impression of America from say cop shows or certain movies, the idea, I guess there is another one of those benefits with again back to this sort of US GMC message if we get out there, and we put people and American interests in American dollars into these cultural situations where people can have a real experience to see what America's really about. Because I think if you just get a very narrow slice of an impression from particularly media. Sources you end up kind of missing out on the the reality, right? What I would actually experience there in Turkey was still a very stable westernized environment. Right. I'm not. Going to say that I didn't see signs of like some struggle that they're they're dealing with political issues. You know, how much of a secular state versus a religious state. What's the proper role of government? They're definitely struggling with those things. And I think every country subject struggled with that. But you know, they they are stable we are helping them. And you know, we need to continue their very critical ally in that in that area there the one real sort of stable and then historically this longtime ally of ours. So very much worse keeping them stable and keeping them in a position where they're able to provide assistance or even just a a place for our jets, toy or whatever. Right. So Eric when I when I think about that when I meet people here in about my acquaintances. My friends my concept is I'm thinking, I really don't know someone until I go to their house. I meet their family. You know, I break bread with them. I have dinner with them. You know, you don't really know someone just by talking to them on the phone. Or emailing them or or something like that? And it sounds like that analogy really comes into play with other countries as well. Absolutely absolutely here to tell you actually sat and talk with someone. That's it's one of the reasons why I think in some ways you can track. If you look at in the US, specifically, if you look at the level of stability in the political rhetoric if you look at the anger people are feeling that's going up consistently for fifty years, if you look at the membership and sit civic clubs in the basically, the number of times, people are out in public spaces interacting with others that are different, you know, that's going down. So just as a civic involvement the public involvement in the willingness to socialize with others. The public space is going down, our our division our retreat, and it'll camps is going up, and it gets generally sort of a bad idea that your point about you gotta get to know the person got to put a face to face. You gotta get handshakes, you know, back to the idea of in Turkey. This this wonderful term gastro diplomacy. You get everybody together over a home cooked meal. It's very hard. Not to be friends. I know some of our listeners are going to want to do something to help. Is there any kind of a call to action? How can our listeners help out with with your initial? Well, I think one of the big thing is speaking from the veterans for smart power. If there's any veterans who are interested in this mission and want to get involved with the US Chelsea there's a website that they can go to US GMC dot org slash veterans. So again, US TLC dot org slash veterans. And that will give you the entry point. If you're a veteran likes to be involved and do some of the similar work talk with your local representatives get involved in policy perhaps help out that US supposed but their work. I'm it's really wonderful opportunity. Just veterans who are listening to this. It's a great opportunity to get involved. And it's good volunteer work. But also the networking advertiser fantastic. Because they number of people who are interested in this coalition, the participants even just in the state of Michigan all these former governors for both Republican and democrat audits, oh, very very well known very powerful. Individuals all share the same conviction of how important Michigan is of the soft power portion of the US and the the US. Jio sees role to sort of preserve that advocates work because there's just so many not just it's not just a private interest. It's just as good for business. Right. I mean, if you think about all of our economy and its trade stability leads to a better economic conditions or trade for US businesses. So it's good for them as well. So this is just a positive supports the best way to get involved in this a wonderful opportunity to get some.

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"coryell" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"coryell" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Citizens from CDs shining sea welcomed the frontlines of freedom era. This is our groundhog's day weekend show. I know that day is important to the Colonel. But he got called away today. Actually, I think he's out groundhog hunting. But don't quote me on that. I'm co-host sergeant skipped coryell thanks for joining us. Joining me at the fifty caliber microphone today is co host air force vet Josh Lang, Josh I hear you had groundhog for breakfast. Is that true? No skip. No, I didn't. But it wasn't without trying. The problem was the groundhog was completely frozen and stuck to the ground. I'd have needed a jackhammer to dislodge it during winter storm Jaden, so I opted for a civilian Emory. Instead, I e a hungry man microwaveable dinner all's well that ends well except for the groundhog good to hear Josh. And we have Chief Warrant Officer, Roland Ashby. Roland. How is your groundhog day? Fantastic. I can actually afford to pay for groundhog now since I'm starting to get paid again from the coast guard. Oh, that is awesome. I'm glad to hear that at least for couple more weeks. We'll see what happens. We certainly will. We'll hear from Roland later on as he shares warrant wisdom. Here's what we have for you today. I up we'll have news and comment by the Colonel Dr Eric Fritz will introduce us veterans for smart power. We're talking about the use of our economic and military power around the world. And I'm sure you'll be fascinated as we review John Fredriksen book on the production of b twenty five bombers during World War Two. Then the Colonel will interview a Marine Corps veteran about his new novel. Jack pine strong. We'll keep you guessing who that author is. Hey troops. Please invite your friends to join us at this.

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"coryell" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"coryell" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"American citizens from sea to shining sea. Welcome to the frontlines of freedom. Who are I'm Colonel Denny Gillam. Thank you for joining us. Joining me two fifty caliber microphone today is cocoas air force vet Josh Lang what's up Josh? Civil air patrol Tri wing encampment Kadre selection weekend for my oldest airmen. So by the time we reconvene here next week. I'll know if I have the new standards and evaluations NCO living under my roof. If Jordan does get selected for the position that will certainly help him and keeping his own bed made and room in order. And I think I'll have them inspectors younger brothers beds and room to thank you civil air patrol. Good to hear that. Josh we'll hear from Chief Warrant Officer role as he shares some more wisdom and marine vet skip coryell seems to be a happy guy going good in the book business skip. Oh, it's going fantastic. I just finished up that last book Jack pine strong. And I've already started writing my next book. Ooh, it's flowing. It is. Yeah. It's called concealed carry for Christians totally different than I've ever done before. Well, certainly something that I strongly believe in. So Amen, bro. Here's what we have for you today. Colonel. I'm going to discuss the ten offensive that began in Vietnam at about this time in nineteen sixty eight a major battle and a war that our troops one. But you would know it professor Paul Marino. From Hillsdale College will then review our constitution for us. Then we're going to meet some brave veterans who now support gold star families and will review our movie of.

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"coryell" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"coryell" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"One of the visitors and I'm sticking with it. And he just Shawn Watson in his first game. I'm really fired up for. Yeah. Football hall of fame. Finalist announce yes, yes, sir. I do have it in front of me at water champ Bailey. Tony Boselli Isaac, Bruce. Don coryell, Alan Fanta. Tom Florez Tony Gonzalez Steve Hutchinson. Edgerrin James tie laud. John lynch. Kevin mewa. Ed Reed, Richard Seymour. You only get five from that list. Who do you got? Well, obviously Ed reads the first ballot hall of Famer champ Bailey's a first ballot. All right. Tony Gonzales twenty dollars is the first ballot hall of Famer. So we got. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Do you pick? By word. Hutcheon Tyler go blue. Blue bias aside. I actually think you're kind of spot on their Tony Boselli deserves it make a great place for every last one of these people deserve it floors. It's about time come on now to championships. Please. Come on. James finally, made it John Lynch. I mean, everyone will tell you a sample tell you all that entire Tampa two defense. It was all built to funnel it towards Lynch. He'll tell you that. And we've had Dan Fouts on a number of times, always powdery. Don coryell kind of innovated the game the vertical passing game. I team all pro announced chiefs and bears lead the way four players each from Kansas City, Patrick Mahomes, tyreek hill in the flex position. Travis. Kelsey Mitchell Schwartz bears got four defensive player Schwartz. Good for him, man. The only person more pissed than Jeff Schwartz that Mitchell Schwartz doesn't get the attention. He deserves his Stonestreet here. Right. You ask you ask von Miller who's his toughest assignment, and he'll tell you. It's Mitchell Schwartz. Good for him bears. Got Khalil Mack on D. Eddie jackson. Kyle fuller. Tariq Cohen your punt returner. How 'bout Quinton Nelson? Darius Leonard for the colts rookie first team all Perth rookie teammates since gale sayers. And dick Butkus in nineteen sixty stat. Old gen stats out of nowhere. Aaron Donald unanimous got fifty out of fifty his fourth straight. I Email per Michael Dixon. You're you're all pro punter. Also interesting Zack Martin for the Cowboys. He's been in the week five years five time first team all pro guard. Wow. That's hall of fame stuff right there that is that is it is. Okay. Okay. NBA last night. The the big story line. Kawhi Leonard return to San Antonio, man. It was it was ugly. It was it was Danny green also involved in that trade e returned as well. We'll play this pretty hilarious. The raptors introduction last night. Okay. Six six from North Carolina number fourteen. Green. Stay alive. Is that hilarious? Mainland. Whereas at hilarious. We didn't turn that up. Very two different. I forget savings for those two guys. Kawhi Leonard talked about it after the game. It's. It's interesting who he blamed here. Okay. Disappointed at all given your history here and everything that you guys accomplished as a team. No it wasn't. Media does a great job to stir people minds. No influence them this of certain way. So mardi knew how that was going to be the way to media was wow..

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"coryell" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"coryell" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Pelosi said the one hundred sixteenth congress must be pioneers of the future. Together. We will let it be known that this house will truly be the people's house new and returning members of the Senate. We're also sworn in on the other side of the capital, the Republican majority in that chamber will be larger than in the previous congress. This is also the thirteenth day of the partial government shutdown. So the new congress must find common ground to reopen federal agencies on Capitol Hill mobile langey for news eight a horrific scene on a Florida highway today after diesel fuel spilled in. Crash and ignited CBS news. Jim Krasula has the story. The Florida highway patrol says at least six people died and several others were hurt some critically in a highway pile up on I seventy five near Gainsville. A diesel fuel. Spill sparked a major fire that evolved to tractor trailer trucks and two passenger vehicles. The wreck occurred near Gainsville. Authorities say the fire was ignited. After about fifty gallons of diesel spilled onto the highway a change of ownership at liberty station has some San Diego is concerned. Critics say they're worried that some of the properties historical buildings will be changed instead of preserved news as delicious summers has more on the controversy. They company in control of liberty station. Mcmillan has sold the retail portion to a commercial developer Seeligman group for seventy one million dollars. Seeligman takes over now with forty seven years left on the lease. The mayor's office says the experience of this new ownership group gives the city confidence. They will be good Stewart's. But not everyone is convinced. He wants to transfer the leads to another party and pocket a bunch of money. Former president of saver MTC is upset that the historic buildings at liberty station were not all refurbished as originally promised by mcmellon. You'll see a building that's yellow with paint. Blistering he never spent a dime virtually on fixing the historic court since there are forty-seven years left on the lease the mayor has his hands tied in terms of contract negotiations. The San Diego zoo and zoo safari park combined for a record attendance of more than five and a half million visitors in two thousand eighteen more than four million people visited the zoo while over a million and a half visited safari park. It was the first year and this one hundred year history, and which attendance surpassed four million. Now, here's news as Heather Myers with your micro-climate. Forecasts clear skies across the county and those clear skies without any wind means that tonight's overnight temperatures will drop down yet. Again, we should start the morning again in the twenties and thirties for many parts of San Diego County, forty is along our coastline. We are tracking some rain moving in looks like late Saturday into Sunday on AM seven sixty. I'm news as Heather Myers right now. It's clear. Fifty three in Eskin Dido. Don coryell is once again, a finalist for the NFL hall of fame the former chargers head coach and innovator of air coryell as been in the running for the hall for several years now. But as yet to get in fifteen finalists were announced today, the breadwinner will show with special guest host Jeff Isaac, the lawyer in blue jeans is next AM seven sixty talking breaking.

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"coryell" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

15:27 min | 3 years ago

"coryell" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"If you don't mind, let's hit the we'll just. Roll them all down for us Yami, take our lake. They did not. Thank you. Okay. Starting off. We have Tony Gonzales obviously play for the chiefs in the falcon is Bruce Rams forty Niners. Edgerrin James cardinal cardinal Seahawks. Oh, yeah. Yeah. He played for the Seahawks. One year. The forgotten years at read notable as a Baltimore raven also play for the jets and Texans Steve atwater. The Broncos jets champ. Bailey Redskins for four years, and they the a Bronco, and that's when his career took off. Taiwa play for the patriots. The jets chiefs and the Broncos first season. Remember, I do remember that. Yeah. John Lynch what a Super Bowl in Tampa Bay came to Denver didn't do anything. Got enough to get elected into the ring of honor. Well, yeah, true fame. Sorry ring of honor's, Dallas. They they did go to the championship in that time. Tony Boselli Jaguars and Texans. Now, he's on Westwood One. You hear him on our football broadcasts, sometimes Colorado prep football legend. There you go. Steve Hutchinson Hutchinson guards. Hawks Vikings and the titans. Ellen. Steelers jets cardinals guard Kevin who is a Seahawk jet titan and president of the players association. Okay. Rich seymour. Notable patriot. And the raiders the Fitzpatrick tackle Dr coryell cardinals coach Louis Cardinals coach and then chargers air coryell offense. Yeah. And then Tom Flores coach of the raiders and the Seahawks and then the senior finalists will be Johnny Robinson safety from the Dallas Texans slash chiefs. And then the two contributing contributor finalists Gil Brandt. And. Colin pembleton who deserves to be absolutely. If you as a Broncos fan now, you're asking me earlier about limits and all that kind of stuff. Yes. There is no set number officially, but the selection process bylaws provide that there be between four and eight between four and eight. Yeah. Cool. So all right. So that's perfect gut reaction because we haven't. Gone through this. All right, gut reaction, gut reaction Gonzalez's in right? Yeah. Who else champ, Bailey's sure-fire, absolute, right? Yeah. And I would probably say that. I would probably say that is it as far as like. Absolutely. Sure fires. Yeah. Guys. John Lynch sixth time. He's been a finalist. I think it's probably time for him to get in. Let's see how many were one two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve. Are we at fifteen? Okay. So can we get down to eight is it better to count opera countdown. I don't know. They're not gonna go. Don't say that. No, Richard Seymour. No way. Okay. They're not gonna put in coryell and Flora's. So I say Florez, no guy. Don coryell. Yeah. That makes sense. Who do you like Hutchison or fantasy better? I've probably Hutchinson. No. I'd say finicky because I think he's been on there for a while. I don't think no I'm saying who should we eliminate a who should we eliminate Hudson? Yeah. Has been on there for a while. And do you think that they put in to? Corners. I don't think because. Yeah. I don't I think laws not going. The only position. You would see two is safety. If they if they're gonna do to positions to one position, I think it's going to be safety. I don't think they're gonna put infanta Milwaukee. I think the Sally. We'll be there one that they're considering now Zely. But Sally is an offensive line version of Terrell Davis. You really is Tom because Tony Boselli. There's no doubt when he was healthy and plane that Tony Boselli was along with Orlando pace who's a hall of Famer, by the way. We're the best tackles in the NFL. Yeah. But Tony Boselli was not healthy as much as Orlando pace was. So I think they're going to it's going to be difficult. To put in. Tony Boselli one two three four five six seven eight nine. I have a little bit of a bad bias towards that Jacksonville Jaguars generation as as well. You should. Yeah. This is going to be really because at the end of the day. What we're worried about is will chant get in. Yes. Yes. Do you care that John Lynch gets in as Broncos fan? Maybe. But I think he should get in. I think they make read wait. Okay. That's a first year guy. Right. Yeah. I think they make him. Wait. I don't know. They did talk to him on NFL network. Yeah, they did. And he looks amazing. Brady's all. Some pepper. I mean Edgerrin James, I think so Gonzales to me is a hall of Famer, I think Adron James is fame. If he had an appeal if Ed Reed had no played in New York and Houston that last year he would have gone in last year with with Ray Lewis. So you think Reid is in. I think so this is not good news for atwater. They're not gonna put in three safeties. They'll put into any think Lynch will be the other one either Lynch our water one of the two. I don't know which one. But this is at waters. I you're back on the finalist. Lists amazing looking at him a little bit more again. I said I said this, and I'm not a make people wait guy if he's a hall of Famer than vote 'em in right? But the making him wait thing is more. Just I can only vote for so many. I can't put fifteen in. Diversity of the class? How much how much does that play role that you're like because you look at the safety position? And you're automatically in your mind going to rank them, and I would say that Steve out water. Is probably and take this. How I mean not how I'm. Saying it out waters. The worst of the three. Okay. But that's not. But I think Steve atwater is a hall of Famer I just think that Lynch and reader better in what I've been saying is that you guys have out watering because there's this old school safety stuff. And then there's water, and then it moves on to Paula Malu, read Lynch. So. I'd really like to see out water get in. But I just I don't think he is a better player than Ed Reed or John Lynch, and I don't think that the voters are going to put three safeties in the hall of fame. So as much as I would love out water, and you better believe tomorrow. I'm coming full bore with with with facts and figures to back up. The fact that Steve atwater should be a hall of Famer. I just don't see how the committee puts out water Lynch and Ed Reed in the fact that John Lynch has waited six years. Yeah. Is crazy is crazy. Well, so he's been a finalist for six years. That's what I'm saying has been waiting longer fair. But the fact that John Lynch has been a bridesmaid six times and never the bride is kind of insane to me. And I think the one thing if you're choosing between Lynch and atwater the one knocked out waters. He doesn't have the Super Bowl. He doesn't have a rain. Lynch does. So. I would put in if this was my ballot. I would have Tony Gonzalez Edgerrin James champ Bailey. Ed Reed, John Lynch in. One two three four out water makes five six. Is it proves I just feel like wide receivers some wide receivers running backs the same way running backs, and I don't. I don't believe this with Edgerrin James because I believe that Edgerrin James was unique. In white. In what he meant to that colts offense. But I do tend to look at wide receivers and running backs and look at many of them stat accumulators, and I feel like Isaac Bruce is a static human later at no point. Did I do I believe that Isaac? Bruce was the best wide receiver in football. I think you can make a case that Edgerrin James during a time was the best running back in football. Output Isaac Bruce in. But I yeah. What what was edging James in Arizona. Was he still? Nothing. I wouldn't say nothing. I wouldn't say nothing. No. I would not say that he wasn't. It's the Colt. You judge him on the colts K? That's when he was at his best and who was a quarterback Peyton. So he benefited from a payment minute. Absolutely did. Absolutely. Yeah. Which everyone does could you not say that Isaac Bruce benefited from Kurt Warner? No. No. Kurt Warner benefited from Isaac. Bruce Torry Holt. Right. And that's the other. Part of it. It's like, Tori. Holt was the more talented receiver. Then Isaac Bruce true. I think I go. Gonzalez James Bailey. Read Lynch out water. It's not gonna happen because they're not gonna put three safeties and at the same time. But I would do those six. And then I would think long and hard about whether I wanna put the old lineman or the coach. Now. Is are the head coach is considered. Contributors. Yes. No. So to me, Brandon Bolander the only control. Okay. So when I think of Don coryell, I think of the offense. Yeah. As kind of a his contribution to the game. I'm Lou all time. And and like, I said, we'll talk more about this tomorrow. Bye. I think. I don't look at Don coryell in say that he is a hall of fame. Coach I say that his idea was a hall of fame idea. I'm scrolling down a list of the all time, winningest coaches, Don coryell. Is fortieth. Who has more wins than Don coryell who John Harbaugh? Has more wins than Don coryell? Dennis Green in north Turner. Wow. That's who he is. He's Norv Turner. For you know, obviously, there's not a, but you know, think about the team that north Turner coached. As a coordinator. Coordinator. Well, I'm just saying Norv Turner because I'm thinking was an offensive genius. Yeah. As a coordinator for the Dallas Cowboys. Yeah. Right. Don coryell was the same thing. He just happened to be the head coach of the chargers. And I'm looking at. I mean, people are going to say, Don coryell has more wins than Lombardi and Bill Walsh. And it's like, you know, it's not the same thing. So I don't put in coryell. I think I put in one of the linemen, and I just I just decide. Do I go like Sally fantasy? I think you make a good point on Fanta. Yeah. So maybe I would do Fanta cut around it out. So Tony Gonzalez Edgerrin James champ Bailey. Ed Reed, John Lynch Steve atwater Allen fan IKA. That is my that is my hall of fame ballot that I don't get a cast. But I.

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"coryell" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"coryell" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Fame. Finalist making the final fifteen. Richard seymour. I think he's the. Who else who else? AL dot coryell coach, all right. And I think there's a lot of people that are pushing for Don coryell to get in. He's been a finalist disa- believes five times. Tom Florez, Tom floors is Tom floors won two Super Bowls as a coach. Yeah. He was a player as well. How do you? How do you? How do you not put him in? About Jimmy Johnson. Why would he go Jimmy Johnson one too? So I don't know the coaching thing is subjective. You know for the guys that didn't win a Super Bowl they say, well, you didn't win the Super Bowl. Tom floor is they say well you want to Super Bowls, but he didn't win enough games. So I don't know. I mean, I there is no set criteria that that we can go back and say, okay, he checks off this box this box this box. It's subjective. So how many are we add on the finance fifteen? Jimmy Johnson did not get in not that you guys care. But I got fourteen hundred fifteen right. I did this earlier on my show on orange and blue seven sixty one. I didn't get was Jimmy Johnson. And Don coryell, you're right. Oh, good for you. You must be proud. You know, it's a little things in life fourteen hundred fifteen you'll take that in just about every walk of life. Absolutely. In back to Don coryell? I certainly remember him coaching the chargers in Dave doesn't he get a lot of credit for the the advancement of the the high powered passing game in the national football. What his thing was sure he instead Gilman. I think would be two of the guys that a lot of football. People would look back on and say both of those guys were ahead of their time. He was when you think about it. With Dan Fouts. I mean, they they were throwing the ball back in the late seventies early eighties more than just about every other NFL team. Is he still around is he on the Don coryell? I I think he's alive. You know, what I'm not sure I should say, I'm not sure I'm not either he passed in twenty ten July twenty two. We have Morgan on line. One is a question about Dennis Smith L O Morgan. Hi, you're on KOA. Rick, Dave and Kathy. Thank.

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600 buildings at risk in Northern California wildfire

"Battle and was taken to the hospital but we're told the injuries are not serious we're still waiting to learn how that barge fire started right now the ponti fire in northern california is threatening about six hundred buildings it's already destroyed some two dozen homes and structures and fire investigators expect that number to go up heat and high winds are fanning the flames at least fifteen hundred people have been evacuated in the spring valley right now ficials say the fire is thirteen thousand acres that only seventeen percent contained officials at this texas hospital rocked by deadly explosion say a gas line may have been what triggered that blast one construction worker was killed and twelve others injured when the explosion rick through an area under construction coryell memorial hospital the injured workers had to be carried to.

California Spring Valley Texas Hospital Rick Coryell Memorial Hospital Thirteen Thousand Acres Seventeen Percent