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"cowboy bob" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"3 57 off the clock. Michael badly extra point and, of course, Justin Herbert, the number five pick in the first round by the Chargers, replacing Tyrod Taylor, Tyrod Taylor. Had aggravated a rib injury that he had suffered late this week in practice, and he is questionable to return. So Justin Herbert that sure Ricky coming in for the first start, so by stadium And right now he is Five of seven and outshining Patrick Mahomes, who is one of five for 13 yards, So it's been all Chargers this first period. Awesome. Meckler. Three attempts for 19 yards, a long run of nine yards. So with for 12 remaining in the first period, she's struggling on offense as the Charger defense stepping up. Their rookie quarterback. Seven. Nothing chargers, right and on the march and speaking of marching. How about the march of the end of the game by the Dallas Cowboys? Bob Stevens with recap, Bob All right. Cowboys 20 nothing at one point by 15 with 4 45 left in the game rally. 42 39 on a 46 short your white line on the final play of the game that the Cowboys know that 39 24. They rallied on Prescott 10 Yard Touchdown pass to the Tiger. Don't short Then the one Jordan one by Dak Prescott to get him to within one. Then they set up for the on site kick, and, miraculously, they were able to recover it. CJ Goodwin plops on the ball at the 46 Yard line. Dallas Then Prescott hits CD lamb with a 24 yarder to get him into field goal range. And then with the game winner and for Zuerlein, I believe it was his ninth career. A game winning field goal. These guy? Of course they picked up from the Rams during the offseason. Ah, Big day for Dat Press got 34 47 450 yards and a touchdown pass. You also watch three touchdowns in the game. A CD Him caught 6106 Amari Cooper, six for 100, the tight end. Schultz takes the place of Blake. John Wynn catches nine for 88. In his first start, Elliott carried the ball 22 times for 89 yards and a touchdown for Atlanta. That line. It was 24 for 35 273 yards and four touchdowns, including a pair to Calvin Woodley of three and 22 yards really caught seven for 109. So the Count boys Improved, won and won the Falcons owing to off to another bad start. Is the Cowboys rally to beat the Falcons. 42 39 on the final play of the game. All right, Bob Goodwin for the Cowboys bad loss for the Falcons, which puts them at owing to the Giants are going too and we talked about the injuries of the 40 Niners. The Giants had a major one is well a sake want Barkley? Left with an injury. The initial fears that its a tornado seal we'll know more tomorrow. But head coach Jo Judge talked about that injury as well as the giant really coming back to win this one. Well, it's a first I thought the offense made really good adjustment to the game plan is we went for a number of reasons, one of which, obviously, being the injuries in terms of sake, Juan individually I don't have a diagnosis on his knees On season doctors tomorrow we'll wait and see what that is. Obviously, we're all praying for the best. I would just say this. You know, Regardless, wherever the outcome is going to be in with the doctors say tomorrow wouldn't fall asleep on 26 is going to tell the story the way Joe. How did you think Daniel managed the clock there at the end? I know he had no time outs, but it seems you guys were taking a lot of the underneath. Stop. Not any, you know, shot downfield. I thought we had time to move the ball. You know, obviously I had to use the time outs in the four minute aspect of it to make sure we have time when we got the ball back. That's the situation we practice regularly. I thought Daniel in the offense is a good job. Put us in a position of clock that we had to stop it. We got the passes out, did a good job overall as Faras moved while systematically down the field? And look your stand on the 10 yard line with you. No one play to go. That's really what you're working for the two minute drill. Just give yourself an opportunity. I thought the way it was called was a right way. I thought the way our players and execute we convert from third downs 1/4 down.
"cowboy bob" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"15 minutes of fame? Not bear anything? Come to mind for you? I got carried out of a bar after doing too many tequila shots. I had that 15 minutes, maybe turned into about 300 minutes. Now that I think about him also carried you out of the bar was cowboy by those cowboy Bob and then the naked cowboy and my legs got crazy. We're looking at the Westside South bound for 65 coming off that right? From 74. We have a crash and the Rams partially blocked right now looking for that. Also on the Northeast side eastbound for 65 stop and go Traffic Keystone Avenue to the White River before Allison Bill because of a wreck over on the left this shoulder, Okay. They've moved in out of the roadway. Westbound 70 of zoo right now before state Road, nine Active bound cover road, barely moving because of roadwork that has the left lane. Traffic sponsored by Dana Mediums. 33rd Original Spring Classic Mickum Auctions returns to the Indiana State Fair grounds. Come to the 18th with 2500 cars of data, health and safety measures will be in place learned Mohr and Mickum. Don conduct May Come, Don Kam, I'm mad bear. Follow us on Twitter. For instance. Traffic updates WNBC traffic. Cloudy skies 81 at the American Standard Cooling Weather Center. All right, I've never been more excited for calls in my life. Every phone line is jacked right now. T k dubs Start screening these calls out if it's busy. Keep calling back. What is your 15 Minutes of Fame story? I'm excited for this, Your calls or next now, right now get five quarts of Napa full synthetic motor oil, plus a platinum oil filter.
"cowboy bob" Discussed on Criminal
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"cowboy bob" Discussed on Criminal
"There was a robbery at a bank and in East Texas a very small bank guaranty bank in the town of Tyler. In according to the Taylor's the robber was an older man with round stomach. Scraggly mustache he wore big floppy hat. He had on baggy clothes wore gloves. He played the green canvas bag on the counter and he said out loud. GimMe all your money. No bills no blow up money. He got a stack of cash. The teller later said to the FBI that his voice sounded sorta of strange in the mustache appeared to have been glued on his stomach. Look more padded than real. This was in two thousand and four. Bam Tellers told the FBI that the bank robber had taken the money and just calmly walked out of the bank and down the street no one saw car the FBI interviewed an older man. They thought matched the description of the bank robber. The gave him a lie detector test which he passed so they continue their investigation and continued interviewing older men seven months later on. May Fifth Two thousand. Five Peggy Jo. Tallus parked her. Rv across the street from that. Same Guaranteed Bank in Tyler Texas. This time. She walked in with no cowboy disguise. Which I've just always found fascinating. Shit why she would change her Imo after so many years successfully getting away with dressing van so she parked across the street in our RV. She walked into the bank. To See of course. Didn't use the gun. She's very polite when she told the teller that she wanted her money. The teller gave her everything energy for eleven thousand dollars. Peggy Joe says thank you. And she walks out the door in her heart must have been. This is always what I thought. Is that her. Heart must have been racing. Eleven thousand dollars was a huge amount of money for her. She always wanted to go live on the beach in Mexico and this was a chance to do it she would be able to pay for a trip down there and as she walked out the door however the teller had slipped in. Dot AC. It looks like real money but if you walk through the door with the alarm on it the Deepak blows up and all this red smoke sort of blows everywhere it gets on new gets on the bank gets on all the money and so she had screwed up by letting the dye pack get in there yet. She kept walking resolutely toward her. Rv And got in the RV and drove away while the she had to drive up the hill from the bank to get away and the RV was old and it was going through gears really fast and exhaust was pouring out of the out of the Pie and soon there was this line of police cars following her through tyler. 'cause they still weren't sure who was in the RV and who was driving it and who else was in there. They thought there could be an entire gang of bank robbers in there so they were very careful as owner her on a call to sack and so they all lined up behind their cars with her rifles pointed at the door and they said come on out a spokesperson for the Tyler. Police Department leader said that the female suspect got up from the driver's seat when back into the coach and pulled down the shades on the driver's side. According to a police sergeant on the scene the officers waited outside the RV with their guns drawn for nearly ten minutes. Skip Hollandsworth says Peggy Jo tallus smoked cigarette. He says she could have picked up the three fifty seven magnum. She kept under her pillow but instead she picked up a toy. Pistol the cops almost gas when this elderly lady opened the door and stood on the steps and she says I'm not coming with you. I'm not going back. According to police she waved the toy. Pistol in the air. And said you'RE GONNA have to kill me? The police spokesperson later. Said that the pistol quote looked real. There is nothing to indicate it was a toy when Peggy Jo. Tallus pointed her toy pistol at the police officers. They shot her. She was sixty years old when she died. I think she knew this was down to the last inning and she still had one chance to bad and she had gotten away so many other times that I think that she thought maybe I've got one last bad and I can. I can hit it over the fence. And let's be honest if she had gotten away if the dye pack not gone off and she had gotten into that RV undetected and she made it up that hill. She was on her way to Mexico. This land that she always talked about with her friends the beaches in Mexico where she could go and hide away and not be held accountable to anyone and live the life she had always wanted to live instead of a life that she had to give up for taking care of her mother for so many years because this would have been her second Arrest and conviction for bank robbery. She spent the rest of her life in prison. She said it's worth going down and doing it with a toy pistol. So I don't hurt anyone else..
"cowboy bob" Discussed on Criminal
"Once you realize that this was who you were looking for. Did you say to her? It's you and what did you say to her? Well I told her you're my bank robber and you're under arrest and you know now you gotta understand. She never admitted anything to me and once I told her she was under arrest for bank robbery. I saw no one motion. Fromer Steve Powell is agents arrested. Peggy Jo Tallus and immediately took her into custody she was forty eight years old. Had you ever been so stumped in your whole career I mean when you think about all of bank robberies you handled in your long career. Was this one that does this one really stick out whale it. No it does. I'll be honest with you because I if you'd have to show you the surveillance pitcher from the robberies told me that the female. I'd like to hear you say that because it was so far from what I was looking for. They wanted actually happened. Yes I was I was amazed and You know Phoebe if you can understand now. I feel like an idiot. It just never clicked with me that it was her. She'd been so smart all through those other bank robberies. What do you think happened? You know it. It seems like a amateur mistake. I know what you're saying and invariably by will finally make a little mistake now. This one wasn't a little mistake but she had robbed that first bag and I'm sure once she got away from that bike she counted the money and said Oh Jimmy. I DIDN'T GET ENOUGH. So she was in a hurry for some reason and she took that stolen plate off of her car and went and robbed the second bake with her realizes plate visible at. That's what brought her down that day. Had that not happened. Lord knows how long we were been looking for her picky. Joe Tell us was convicted of three counts of bank robbery and sentenced to thirty three months in federal prison. Skip Hollandsworth wrote about her for Texas monthly in two thousand five. He reported that a psychologist named Richard Schmidt. Sat Down with Peggy Jo Tallus. Richard Schmidt said that when he would ask her questions to just sort of look at him and matter of factly smoke her cigarette. Shrugging or shoulder shaking her head is if she wasn't sure what what else to tell him she didn't know how to tell him. She said you know she needed some money to help out. Her mom was sick. And who's medications cost too much. Money and the psychologists Schmidt was enamored with her. Just as Steve Powell the FBI agent was enamored with her. What was she doing? She goes well. I just wanted to pay for my mother's medications. But I really had no intention of robbing a second bank or a third or a fourth and then she pulled out her cigarette case inlet another cigarette and what Schmidt realize was is that she deep down just enjoyed the heck out of robbing banks. Richard Schmidt would later describe Peggy. Joe Tallus a nice normal looking woman. When she got out of prison she laid low. She continued to live with and care for her sick mother. She got a job at a marina just outside of Dallas years past and after her mother died. Peggy Jo bought an RV. That same year. Steve Powell retired from the FBI and moved from Dallas to Lubbock every once in a while he teach a class for bank employees on how to spot bank robbers. He'd always tell the story of Cowboy Bob and then a couple of years later someone walked into the guaranty bank in Tyler Texas with a mustache wearing a big hat and gloves and walked out with the back of money. And if say Powell was working still for the FBI. I think he would have known immediately who that was that. It robbed that bag..
"cowboy bob" Discussed on Criminal
"On that day. Steve Powell says cowboy. Bob Parked his car directly in front of the bank calmly. Got Out of the driver's seat and walked into the building now with my experience on new either. This bank robber is an idiot. Or there's something wrong with this because most bank robbers do not want you to get a good description of their getaway vehicle and especially the license plate number. Because we're going to be able to track that license plate number and I may be at your house before you even get home well. This person was using a plate that invariably turned out to have been stolen from another vehicle which led us off in a wild goose chase and we again. We had no clues. We had a description of the vehicle was a older rust colored Grand Prix with Tam top but the license plate did not lead US anywhere. Bank robbery occurred a month later in January of Nineteen. Ninety-two Steve Powell says. That once again cowboy. Bob Parked his car in plain view of plenty of witnesses. Which meant that once again. Steve Powell had a license plate number to follow up on but once again it did him no good. You know a lot of times all happen as you know. The license plate may be registered to and I'M GONNA make this up a yellow Volkswagen. Well you know that was not the description of our bank robbers car so up until the third maybe even the fourth robbery. We didn't have a clue. We were praying for a little break. There would give sump them to lead us in the right direction and then on September twenty fifth nineteen. Ninety-two Steve Powell got his wish. He got a call that Cobb had just robbed his fifth bank in Mesquite Texas and Of course Now I remember it like it was yesterday I was there. We conducted our investigation but just like always same description. There's no fingerprints because this individual war gloves everything was the same that the cowboy hat sunglasses. Beard Beard never spoke used of note. Put the money on the bag. And boom the banded this gone got the plate. Well turned out. You know. The person didn't have a clue that their plate had been removed from their vehicle. Before I left the bag I get a second phone call. This time are the office advises made that we had just had the second bank robbery within about with him five. Miles it wasn't very far right there in Mesquite and of course I asked for description and they gave it to me and I'll be honest with the. I'll use the bad word because I knew it was the same silly bank robber and I went. Okay here we go. I asked okay. Do we have a license plate number in that robbery? Will they advise me? Yes they had obtained. I said all right You know do. We have agents in route to that location. Yes we do. And I'm thinking you know if probably not gonNA leaders anywhere but The registered owner was way out in the Irvine Texas area which way on the other side of Dallas. From more we were so I'm just standing by basically in the first back and one of our agents call me and he said well. We found the registered owner. But this is the first time phoebe where the car and the license plate matched that it never happened. The car was a brown Pontiac Grand Prix registered to a man named Pete Tallus. Fbi agents went to the Ford Auto Parts Factory where PEOP- Tallus worked. They asked him if he owned a Grand Prix and he said that he did but he said that about a year ago he gave the car to his mother and sister the FBI agents told him that the car had just been used in a bank robbery and P. Talis was reported to have said Bullshit. That car can't go fast enough. The FBI asked where they could find my car. And Pete Tallus gave them an address in Garland Texas where his mother and sister lived. And I'm going you know. What are the odds? Let's go check it out so I left that bag and took off for this location. Well this man had told us that she lives in a big apartment complex so I pulled in and start You know looking for the vehicle and sure enough. Bam Find it and unbelievable to me. It has the right license plate on it which matched what had just happened that the last back so I'm going okay. This is real good and So I backed up in and position myself where I could keep an eye on the vehicle and called for some backup agents so Shortly thereafter Some of our other agents started arriving and while we're sitting there you know we you have to understand at that point. We're about to make entry into that apartment because we figured the bank robbers in their whale while we're discussing our plans to make entry here comes a little lady walking out wearing shorts and a tee shirt and she gets him to the vehicle. I'm going okay. There's this girlfriend. We don't WanNA stop her. I don't know if the bank robbers in the apartment watching her but we'll let her pull out and get close to the outside of the apartment complex and we'll stop her so and that's what we did so we stopped the vehicle Of course you know we identify ourselves and I get this a female driver out of the car and bring her tomorrow vehicle and put her in the back seat and now she identifies herself to me as Peggy Jo Tau us. I said all right Peggy. I said You know this. This car was used in a bank robbery. Who has driven it? Well she said just me and I said if it's going to be over here just a minute I've said you need to tell me who he is and kill me and she said if just me driving the car has it all right Who's in the apartment? Just my elderly mother. So I got out of the vehicle She wasn't going to share anything with me. And I you know I understand that. So I told the agent said you know we're going to have to go so I stayed with her and some the agents made entry into the apartment and finally one of the agents comes back out to the car and he says Steve We've got the beer. The hat the jacket and a firearm and I said Oh okay. So he's going back in and I sat back in the car and I said Peggy. Listen you know. We've got the disguise. Now where did he go in? Just a moment The agent came back out and I got out of vehicle. He said Steve. We've got all the money from both robberies and I said okay good so I get back in the car and I said Hot Rod. This was over. I said now you've got to tell me who he ears. Did you call her Hot Rod? I'll be honest with. You are probably did. Because that that was kind of the way spoke. Peck knows days. Did she seem scared at all? No no that was what were so calm. Shoes very calm and Fabien. I'll say right up front with. She never lied to me. In you know in hindsight I realize now she never lied. I kept saying you know who? You're protected one. Nobody well who's been on the car just me and we just kept going around and around that tree all right now. Phoebe at about that point. I guess the Sun had changed a little bit. And and you've got understand. I'm sitting in the backseat with their. I looked over it at Peggy. I saw this and I hate to say it like this but this white stuff kind of like flaking out of her hair and I you know basically I mean it would be like Is this person has an extremely bad case of dandruff. Or and then it hit me. She had taken. And we're located myself in the apartment later Some spray that you get at like a Halloween costume store where you can spray your hair and turn it. You know Y and it would just falling out of her hair onto her shoulder. And to this day I remember sitting there and when I spotted that finally the light weight off with me and I realized Chimney Cricket This is the band.
"cowboy bob" Discussed on Criminal
"Hi It's Phoebe just a quick note to let you know that we started another podcast. It's very simple thing. It's just me reading a classic mystery novel a Chapter Day. It's called phoebe. Reads a mystery and you can get it wherever you're listening to this right now. Okay here's the show. Well I can remember reading the newspaper and back then. The newspapers would print the grainy black and white photos of bank. Robbers are suspects in crimes and there was this photo of a man dressed in a cowboy hat and boots and leather coat. It was like May nineteen ninety-one skip. Hollandsworth is a writer for Texas monthly. A man with a beard wearing a cowboy hat and a brown leather jacket walked into a bank in Irving Texas in May of nineteen ninety. One without speaking. He handed the teller a note that read. This is a bank robbery. Give me your money. No marked bills or dye packs and I don't know most bank robbers do not interest me. I mean they're they're impulsive. They scream when they come into a bank they shout. They waved their guns. They screech away. They don't take any precautions. Polite Gentleman Tempt has had at the at the Taylor. As he walked away with the money he was very calm. Very measured got out just in time before the police came and for some reason I was sorta charmed by him and then he did it again. In December of Nineteen ninety-one would appear to be the same man again. Dressed in a cowboy hat and leather jacket robbed. Second Bank in walking away with twelve hundred dollars and then in January nineteen ninety. Two the mysterious robber struck again. Robbing a bank. This time in Garland Texas. He robbed a fourth bank. Four months later each time it was the same. He stayed very calm. Didn't speak and was out of the bank before anyone quite knew what had happened from. And if you've been to Dallas you know that we're surrounded by this ring of suburbs and he seemed to be picking off one suburb. After another Irving Garland mosquito fleet. Skip Hollandsworth says this robber was smart. He knew to keep his head down. So security cameras would have a hard time getting a picture of his face. He didn't fidget while he waited for the teller to hand over the money. These are not cinematic bank robberies. These are not the kind of bank robberies that produce huge amounts of money so the guy can go retire in the south of France. It was just this sort of lonely looking cowboy who is just getting about two or three thousand dollars a robbery because bank robbery is a federal crime the FBI was brought in to investigate the nicknamed Bank Robber Cowboy Bob after his trademark cowboy hat the FBI has no leagues. I mean that's the secret of Time Bank robberies and less the police get there in time to catch the act if the robber gets away out of the parking lot driving his getaway car. There's a good chance he will not be caught and it seemed to be that he had everything perfectly in control and it was driving. Steve Powell completely nuts. Oh goodness I had seen many many bank robberies to understand who see Powell in the FBI in Texas. He was a lead bank robber specialists and he was tearing his hair out. This cowboy Bob busy came to be known around the Dallas. Fbi offices was beating the best guy in the business. You know a perfect bank robbery. I guess and I hope I'm not educating anybody wants to rob a bank but you know you want to get in robbed. The bank leave is a little evidence as possible. That's GonNa allow someone like me to track you down if you can get in and get out very quietly and get the amount of money that you want and get away then you have pulled off a successful biotech robbery former. Fbi Agent Steve Powell in the nineties. He was based in Dallas where he was the bureau's Bank robbery coordinator. I was responsible for connecting the robberies in other words if we had a What you would call a serial bank robber? I would see that all that was the same guy that robbed data data data bank or He may have robbed in Albuquerque or Oklahoma City. But I would study the bank robbers and tie the cases together. Steve Powell had been with the FBI for just over twenty years but this new bank robber cowboy. Bob Polite quiet and hitting suburban banks for relatively small sums of money was outsmarting him. There is one thing about Cowboy Bob. That didn't add up. When Steve Powell reviewed security camera footage he noticed that cowboy. Bob was wearing his hat backwards. I'm phoebe judge..
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"cowboy bob" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report
"Tonight. It's going to be certainly don't forget that all important challenge. That's living legend bruno san martino against eddie. The animals designated hitter and remember. It's the king of the ring tournament this monday night. You're familiar with many many of the first round matchups pedro morales against ace cowboy bob orton golden boy danny spivey against nikolai volkov junkyard dog against mr wonderful paul orndorff billy jackie's against the iron sheikh of course mike rotunda hercules hernandez the first round byes it will be magnificent morocco and rowdy roddy piper going against one another other in the winter of that one to meet the winter of george the animal steele and handsome harley race. Let me tell you something. I don't know how this all come about putting me. In a ring with george the animal steele they're talking about putting should have been talking about putting him in something like this but let me tell you this. Yes i didn't come to the w._w._f. To go down to george the animal steele the absolute go for professional wrestling now highly race. You've i've been out here and telling myself all the fans that you are the legitimate king of wrestling in what better way to back up your words than in the king of the ring tournaments show you all the way through the tournament from the bottom through george the animal steele through the winner of the whatever the matches roddy the piper don morocco right on through the list had don't make damn to me because i am king pretty good ryan in the w off but i know a lot of hard cores probably didn't like the idea of him using a quote unquote gimmick. Were you shocked to hear that he was joining the world wrestling federation and what did you think of the king presentation. I wasn't crazy about the king presentation for harley..
"cowboy bob" Discussed on Dari and Mel
"If you can't find that game folks, that's just on you. Now in the last segment, by the way, we were asking for the father, son pairs that were sort of for both were great. And during the break, these are the hall of famers. I've found where both father and son were hall of famers Bobby and Brett hole in hockey Gordie and Mark how I did not realize it Mark, how was a hall of Famer and hockey. We were talking about the Manning's. I have a good one here, Myron. Are you a wrestling guy. Sounds like we still do not have Myron here, man, you still do not have Myron, Myron has disappeared for. It's totally fine at the tournament. Right? He's got things to do. He doesn't look. He didn't have time to be here on this show with us Googlers he's got to do, but I was going to say in wrestling which you may argue is not a real sport. I would argue it is. I know as you agrees with me in wrestling cowboy Bob and Randy Orton the rock and his dad. Those are all a lot of superstars in the thing. Now, Myron is back. How are you? My friend. Well, when you get locked out and you're in Atlanta and you're doing your show on a campus in an office and you go to the bathroom out and you go to the bathroom and you leave your phones right in the room? Yes. I have no way of contacting anyone. You've gotta run up to the fourth floor of the building and find somebody and building services, and then sprint back down with them full speed to try to get them to unlock the door. Here's what I learned a long time ago when Pete when you're having trouble and you need to stall talk about cowboy Bob and Remy ORT crown. The audience will be totally measure is until you can get back to what you were talking about. You're in Atlanta for the tournament for people who don't know what the tournament is. The terminates on ESPN I think all weekend. My right. Where are you all in the tournament quarterfinals? Yes, super. Sixteen ounce moving onto the quarterfinals on Sunday jimmer for dead. Greg Oden lottery talented, former college stars Gaza was still making a lot of money overseas..
"cowboy bob" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"I got no problem with spending your money where you want to help people i mean that's that's in my view that's the great united states you you like somebody like i i like your program and i like i buy the products that you advertise besides their good stuff you know and and i'm okay with that but if you're going to single out one particular company you need to look around it everybody else now the the i stopped at the pilot just outside of louisville at least twice a week and there is not a holiday that goes by that has to do with the united states are in independence that they don't have they don't have something inside you know maybe they don't have a flight flag flying but cowboy bob whatever he is a quarter mile from that pilot doesn't fly flag either and neither does the valero across the street from him so my only point is if you're gonna call out pilot and flying j because they're not flying flags because one place may have been working on their their flag flying facility or whatever i don't know if that's a fact because i haven't been down texas nor do i care but i mean you know the the ones that i've seen well i've been out driving around while we've been going from engagement engagement a flight poll is not a normal thing for anybody you know i it's not that i like it i don't like it i think we ought to waive dory and in renton raven holler because you know i'm just a i'm just a gun toting bible but but i i wanna do i was i tried to get a hold of them trying to get a hold of you last week and and and my schedule just not allow that so i wanted to take the opportunity to get through that and us if you're out there burning up the pavement and then big eighteen wheelers take care of the people that take care of you that's my gig if they're taking care of the truck driver i mean i don't drive a eighteen wheeler i drive a eight wheeler but that's forty feet long so we're burning the sage exactly but great show as always and how is abuse we had that.
"cowboy bob" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report
"Are hiding behind their bibles and not using commonsense the gains charrette on yeah one hundred percent i heard our friend jesse ventura who wrote the marijuana manifesto good this year talk about having a close family member who was suffering from thirty seizures or something like that per day the drugs just made it worse they went on to droplets day tincture medical marijuana application to drops under the tongue twice a day seize your free for three years that tells you so yeah absolutely so sometimes we were think things but in many and and that world for example no want to change because there's no how they were raised so how at how they were raised is always the best way see my way is always the best way because this is how i would phrase this what my mom and daddy taught me don't say don't you smoke and a demon wage food dog so he blocked the demon to earn he did i was i i wrote learning one time from lafayette back to new orleans and somebody he gives somebody's keys to his big blue lincoln at the cowboy bob him for doing a great job and they have put a grocery sack pay for grocery sack with handles on it full of buds and learning i don't i don't i don't i don't need that i don't need that sticky weed i don't know no sees no stems a mirny lad grounds i walks on that kind of stuff so it was great.
"cowboy bob" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast
"Wrestling podcast premium but every show that stitcher premium has to offer go to stitcher dot com slash not sam it's the best way to listen to sam roberts wrestling podcast it's the best way to support same roberts wrestling podcast and the best thing that you can do right now we'll hit pause go to stitcher sign up for stitcher premium sit back relax and enjoy this week's episode of sam roberts wrestling podcast ladies and gentlemen dog drew ceremony robert lang gap in producing your holds while new york peres fair words welcome welcome welcome and got my howard legal action figure this week uh buddy that i met on twitter sent it over mattel put him out in a build a figure set if you buy ravishing rick rude cowboy bob morton milliondollar man teddy be asi in the green talks and an iraqi sympathisers sergeant scott or which to me is one of the great figures mattel is done sergeant slaughter with a turban and everything if you buy all four figures uh you get a piece of the think with each figure and when you buy the set you get to build him and i i do have a howard think goal action for your it's amazing within weeks adding mean gino in and howard finkel to my wwe actionfigure collection you have to love what mattel is doing welcome to sam roberts wrestling podcast speaking of love thank you for all the love on last week's episode i know a resonated with rene yang it resonated with me we were very very happy with how many of you really enjoyed last week show and that video is going to be up on youtube dot com slash not sam of course the titus o'neil video from two weeks ago is up now on youtube but uh it's gonna be it's a it's a fun video to watch because.
"cowboy bob" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Welcome back to nfl insider i'm jason orleans he was born and raised in texas said became an all american it tcu bob willie was drafted in the first round by the cowboys in the 1960 want nfl draft where he began his career at defensive end two years later he moved to defensive tackle and became a key cog in dallas his doomsday defense earning first team allpro honors in six straight years scot graeme has more with mr cowboy bob lilley i do a lot of work for nfl films and you know i konic pictures of you the frustration that you had in super bowl five when that game came to an end the way it did you guys have been close in terms of super bowl one and two and then as close as you could possibly be to being a champion they're still to this day i know so many players telling me that they get moments like that that anger over that disappointment it never really completely goes away all this time later do you still feel that when you look back you you see the all the way that you could have or should have won the game and too stupid things you did lose the game and so that that particular anger never goes away i mean it's not anchorage this feeling but you know we we got beat at first year 16 to thirteen well that was very disappointing that's why my hammer came off my head and out of my fingers for about forty five you hearts and i was released shame because a rookie for baltimore i don't even know who it was what his name what rob mahamat to ansett mr lilley here's your helmet and i said that was a very poor example of sportsmanship and i appreciate you bring it over but i will never duty that's a great story different i had never heard that before so the next year you get back to the to the game again and finally the mountaintop and you guys completely dominate the miami dolphins what was the feeling like that day it finally getting an opportunity to win it and i mean us flexed their muscles that was never really a ballgame well you know we had a bad taste in our mouths from the year before and.
"cowboy bob" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan
"Welcome back to nfl insider i'm jason orleans he was born and raised in texas in became an all american at tcu bob willie was drafted in the first round by the cowboys in the 1960 want nfl draft where he began his career at defensive end two years later he moved to defensive tackle and became a key cog in dallas his doomsday defense earning first him allpro honors in six straight years scot graeme has more with mr cowboy bob louie i do a lot of work for aniko films and you know iconic pictures of you the frustration that you had in super bowl five when that game came to an end the way it did you guys have been close in terms of super bowl one and two and then as close as you could possibly be to being a champion they're still to this day i know somebody players tell me that they get moments like that that anger over that disappointment it never really completely goes away all this time later do you still feel that when you look back you you see the all the way that you could have or should have won the game and too stupid things you did lose the game and so that that particular anger never goes away i mean it's on it's this feeling but you know we we got beat at first year sixteen the thirteen well that was very disappointed that's why my hammer came off my head and out of my fingers for about forty five your hearts and i was really a shame because a rookie for baltimore i don't even know who it was what his name what brought mahamat to said mr lilley here's your helmet and i said that was a very poor example of sportsmanship and i appreciate you bringing it over but i will ever duty that's a great story to her i had never heard that before so the next year you get back to the to the game again and finally to the mountaintop and you guys completely dominate the miami dolphins what was the feeling like that day it finally getting an opportunity to win it and and us flexed their muscles that was never really a ballgame well you know we had a bad taste in our mouths from near before and.
"cowboy bob" Discussed on KQED Radio
"For being with us the money and scott and help us resolve t leaves on this when if you could have a team owners don't don't like to have their phone records subpoenaed august though the donen this is a collusion mossy recalling catholic hasn't had a job this season he hasn't have i try out a physical nothing no one has tried to to hire him and he believes that this is ovalles putter to have him taking in need last year and being a protester to police misconduct throughout the country in that the league is paying him back for it so what he's done as he fell to collusion mossy where you have to prove that at least two or more owners acted in concert to keep you from being employed and so the way to do that is decreed a paper trail in that paper trail is being compelled right now through requests for cell phone records from nfl owners such as bob kraft at the patriots jerry jones of the dallas cowboys bob mcnair of the houston texans and what they're trying to create is proof that this league conspired together to keep colin kaepernick from having a job i mean there there have been several prominent permanently injured quarterbacks in recent weeks new keep wondering why no one calls coming in and replaced with players who were nowhere near as good as he in so there's anecdotally absolutely you can look at this and you can say yes they do not want him in their league however the problem uses that unit totally is not enough in terms of legal standard you have to create that paper trail and find that smoking gun in all these different other cliches that were used for compiling information in there's been plenty of conversation about this as well in terms of the comments that a lot of the owners of made in the white house has had a lot to do with this where we are donald trump came on and talked about how he shouldn't have a job in.
"cowboy bob" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"How many of you have just totally turned out the hollywood crowd i have i mean that's seth meyer's i never thought it was funny when he was on saturday night live i didn't like his weekend updates i'm not i'm just saying it's a matter of humor i never liked them never liked it wasn't my thing and i think it i don't think it was funny i like dan aykroyd he was funny cowboy bob is it that you're stage names and california go ahead oh that that by that by occupation oh hunka cool anyway laura you out with my daughter by the way yeah and the reason why you should take that big on it beat the country and our conservative ovulate your new era the methods that you and other uh pre and not apologetic way uh as the but all ryan were doing it i appreciate that pray for me because all need it every word that i say on the radio every word that you are iot or on television is transcribed by a kadre of leftwing activists who are just waiting for that moment well they'll be able to cut the tape send out the digital file and say see i ha i told you so because they're the only ones who are allowed are they're they're the only ones who are allowed to have any moments of uh aaron judgment are any moment of what a phrase that differently see they are the only ones that can have that if you're a conservative you can never you can never make a mistake if you do your drummed out of office you see that tim murphy that congressman murphy who is a big pro life champion agassi had a extramarital relationship he is resigning congress republicans rushed to resign three notice that they rushed to resign and the democrats menendez utter disdain office charlie charlie rangel was condos down the dominican republic built bill clinton goes on to be a global superstar the republicans just they rushed to resign modesty how do we encourage modesty and young women and our culture today where it's facebook in its instagram minutes snapchat 247 how do we foster an idea of modesty don't go away.
"cowboy bob" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Call laura now one eight five five forty laura the president is volatile unstable incompetent in other words a moron no thing laura sms how many of you have just totally tune down the hollywood crowd i have that's seth meyer's i never thought it was funny when he was on saturday night live i didn't like his weekend updates i'm not i'm just saying it's a matter of humor i never liked him never liked it wasn't my thing and i think it i think it was funny i i like dan aykroyd he was funny cowboy bob is that set your stage names in california go ahead oh that that by that by occupation oh okay cool anyway laura you a wicked my daughter named by the way aid yeah and the reason why you should take that gig on it looked on great and our conservative ovulate your new era the method that you and others pre and not in an apologetic way all right we're doing it i appreciate that pray for me because all need it every word that i say on the radio every word that you are iot or on television is transcribed by a kadri of leftwing activists who are just waiting for that moment well they'll be able to cut the tape send out the digital file and say see i ha i told you so because they're the only ones who are allowed are they're they're the only ones who are allowed to have any moments of uh error in judgment and he moment of would've phrase that differently too they're the only ones who can have that if you're a conservative you could never you can never make a mistake if you do your drummed out of office you see that tim murphy that congressman murphy who is a big prolife champion agassi had a backstrom marital relationship he is resigning congress the republicans rushed to resign three notice that they rushed to resign and the democrats menendez osher disdain office charlotte charlie rangel was condos down the dominican republic bill bill clinton goes on to be a global superstar the republicans just they rushed to resign modesty how do we encourage modesty and young women and our culture today where it's facebook in its instagram minutes snapchat 247 how do we foster an idea of modesty don't go away.