17 Burst results for "Dan Madsen"

"dan madsen" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"dan madsen" Discussed on Channel 955

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"dan madsen" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"dan madsen" Discussed on Channel 955

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"dan madsen" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"dan madsen" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"dan madsen" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"dan madsen" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Later soon all right a right she got robin league keeping the vibes live and that gave the firmer cuban a police emerging a gay man the greatness heats you donating plasma to help save lives it's also earning extra cash to help your family at griffey's biomet usa greatness means providing of that or donor experience and better pay now new daughter has earned two hundred twenty five bucks at just three visits and returned donors make up to three hundred dollars a month to find the nearest biomet usa go took ripples plasma dot com right now save fifty to seventy percent off at banana republic batteries stores and online and sixty percent off absolutely everything and get back three stores save even more with forty percent off clearance that gap batteries doors and to banana republic baccari all flannel shirts 1999 and door busters start nine nine this weekend only searchers the door locator for your nearest gap factory and banana republic back restore or shop online my grandpa or lease any gifts mm grandma is she she stands dan oh no dan madsen noon now come on darwin buddha kern address on ghana well gene gene dance dance dance yes dance dance dance were all the law bon marche hard work a man i'm a son of god in oregon all week inland days lords in the kitchen in a gas in the bottom on blamed on burma george are all done dig my handed come on let's go now.

"dan madsen" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"dan madsen" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Welcome back thank god don't that big bang bang bang luggage got the answer by gerhard bay as excited come on no gene with me angle liam payne go grandma david absolutely now then uh make the rank the i am deep either one from the beginning degrees i do come on eight of the week the way allies we and i mean do you how asks give flow how will now ethanol dan madsen king of what during one with would act with me the staff and tim get the sound and decide won't gaps loyola downtown hey day laborers down hey don't make me one more day kono month with agassi new salle the played a track with the creek is in the back is so abstract see people either speak with god day sam bond dan did the deemed a timer the wests substance dan thank you what thank you for keeping the live fly dortha spain verge michael the indianborn mm faye jewell doco me go eat food lover of gaza epa sheila damude up the gut dollah the police escort hurler gore nima not not the police escort she core demo the new opioid bardot dump our defeat copier loud on laura abkhaz about assad as he thought of automobiles largest largest market tuesday god i just south on nato market he has saw knockout blow cool vohma he must approve eternal jewish gantar heirarchy vote brotherinlaw mark then tom curran.

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"dan madsen" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"dan madsen" Discussed on Channel 33

"Without starwars to serve as the main attraction or any attraction that's in was forced to scrape the bottom of the lucasfilm barrel you know we were relegated to doing lucasfilm panca magazine on things like maniac mansion at pv showed that lucasfilm was working on an tucker you know the the movie bet the car maker with jeff bridges and i paid it got really lean in the eighty there for a while and uh i just kept hoping and praying that there would come a time when star wars would come back unsurprisingly mets and says it took ten or eleven years before the fan club substantial growth when he did sneak in stores coverage it was mostly backwardlooking interviews with the original trilogies cast and crew every now and then though he'd get the chance to talk to lucas and whenever he did he always asked the question i couldn't resist asking him what's going on star wars were no and oh i plan on getting back to eventually you know and uh but i would never there was never anything definitive like yeah you know probably next year i'm going to start working on that or something and it was just at at and a time after time it was this kind of like you know hopeless kind of promised that you know eventually he'd get back to it but not yet meanwhile star were seemed to be nearing its expiration date as georges exwife marsha said in an interview years later the lucasfilm empire was in inverted triangle sitting on a p which was the star wars trilogy but he wasn't going to make more stores and the p was going to dry up and crumple although it wasn't and isn't widely known the star wars recovery started right around the same time that lucasfilm was talking dan madsen into writing about tucker and maniac mentioned that same year 1980 six western games acquired the licence first star wars roleplaying game the work westend did then had an unparalleled impact on what stores would look like over the upcoming decades up to and including today bill slap a sack who wrote edited or developed most at the sewers material and worked on the scrubs roleplaying game as a grown up version of makebelieve think dungeons of dragons although the star wars rpg itself was well regarded it was the world building that west and did that cemented its legacy a savas.

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"dan madsen" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"dan madsen" Discussed on Channel 33

"Two reasons he sick of it he he tells the much nosing people just wind that whole thing down for most of star wars young fans there is a little the do but accepted star wars was over find something else to obsessive about ghostbusters alien the terminator back to the future all i completely moved on to a degree that seem shocking to me now it's enough it doesn't seem possible in this day and age puts domos down but that was that was very much my mood roughly in our eightyfour 85 the style was figures were packed away maybe i watch it again if it came on television that was that was the accent my found that was pretty much will you could do with the emperor and darth vader dead lucas hadn't let fans with the villain they could imagine continuing to take on the good guy somewhere offscreen at the same time though he cut off the story just when the characters were coming into their own luke's new powers went on wielded hanin lay love when unconsummated and the rebellion that had fought so hard to topple the empire never got the chance to ruin its place it was as if the entire casted done what grandmas tarkhan had scoffed at doing and star wars evacuate eight at their moment of triumph you know the story just didn't seem done you get to the point of a james bond trilogy say were were bombed a suddenly trained and ready to go out into active service is a spy for the first time and then hit on the movie ads i mean what iccat any worse of a situation enough for a of over the unenviable job of making star where seem relevant at than a dear for the franchise fell to dan madsen who'd been infatuated list hours at fourteen when he saw the film for the first time i am may out a little arm i am poor foot two inches tall and i had gift card from surgery on both of my leg from so i would have been too long leg calf when my cousin came over the week after stores opened he said oh my gosh you have got to see this movie and so he pick me up ma'am put me in his car and took me down to our huge theater here in denver and he is.

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"dan madsen" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"dan madsen" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Back doors open but whether he goes down it'll be over his stickler is leg if he stands up through his legs in here gimmick david as it has way too much time and proud is reaching he's giving hub mick david this shoddy trying to take away the path but lake gretzky used to do appeared at but did for so many years it all boils an unstoppable pass that's how good bit gave it is when he's got the clock decided in it and that goal kinda summed up i think the entire game for the devil's poor coverage down loan book david at all kinds of time coulda had a cup of coffee baby and still threw it across in the open net for dry sidorin so the devils dan madsen it just got a tight now i i just see in the wandering in wavering in i mean i know it's a part of an anxiety thing when he and running around i gotta go get diagnosed gotta go get that guy but no you just see where you are sometimes let them come to you don't j them well the devil's were caught chase singh following the faceoff after the goal puk was deflected adult play another draw devils across the line here's miles woody front and its glove dubai talbot and he will hold onto of another faceoff voice push at each other tempers now rubbed a little raw here while several pigs have been ju on that goal first up brown added angled pass the center ice that was picked off so now they come across the line and you mention dalton proud of what does he do he's got big david got dry subtle behind the but he had no help either because john more it come out toward the blue line following a player no forward dropped back so you were talking about chief seeking the pop you'd cheat seek players and he get nervous in this way that you know john moores out inside the blue line at somebody's got to realize that get back as well yeah you see the couple's breakdowns where.

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"dan madsen" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"dan madsen" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"One hey their hopes his ear metaxas show we are talking with daniel mackson he is the author of a new book why i don't call myself gay however claimed my sexual reality and sound peace dan madsen that again you were in the subtitle however reclaim my son extra reality and found peace it's a fascinating thing but this to talk about a sexual reality apart from feelings in this day and age is iconoclastic in the extreme your swimming against the culture the culture says it's all about how you feel your feelings are your reality yeah you know that reminds me of a great quote of gk chests aces howdy how do you know if you're alive unless you're swimming against the tide i certainly love it and y'all is there any greater way of that the church can be a sign of contradiction like recalled to be done in this area um you know this is clearly uh one of our prophetic moments in the history of the church universal that we need to really proclaimed this goodness but it when you're talking about the bible view but i i also take in in the book i i argue the point from people from the secular world too i one of my favorite coach in the book is from camille paglia she is a self fine pagan lesbian and she is all four route had a goal uh earth is a radical sexual revolution shoes at but what she says homosexuality is not normal well she said and no she identifies as it last week and she says book human sexuality is have bowed of dry for procreation but what she argued she takes that reality and says but we have as as uh we need.

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"dan madsen" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"dan madsen" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Then suddenly eric i met a woman from work who was attractive to me and matched up the narrative who i am i what am i supposed to do what am i doing well that prompt back all this memory of being a lot wanting to be a father and i shared this experience so the guy who has lifted the time and he said they said dan if you could have that i know you wanted to be a father and if you can have its relationship with her i'm willing to let you go and try it that's amazing that i find that so beautiful 'cause people you know a lot of times when they tell these stories it's very black and white here you have real love of in in a gate partner telling you uh if if you want to pursue that i mean that's an amazing that he was willing to do that well yeah he you know this is where what what what are we say what a tristate greater love has no man this and then he laid out his life for shredded i and i sit there said we were living outside of god's plan or a human sexuality and four we are we are confused and yet that dignity of who we are as a sign of god always calls to us and we want to fill that noble birthright and then jason deserves a remarkable active selfsacrificial love they give up his dream and we had dreams together and you know this is one thing i i really try to emphasise emphasize what i talked to a religious audience is to say look um don't look don't very of black white dog believe in a caricature don't say uh that gay relationsips they're living outside of god's plan for humanity whether they're just lies filled with hedonism are distorted now stopped it's not true jason was a good man and really what i see now is what we long for was beat male companionship an intimate i wanna get into that when we come back forgive me for cutting you off we're going to a break folks we're talking about the issue of sexuality the book is why i don't call myself gay the author is dan madsen we'll be right back.

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"dan madsen" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"dan madsen" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"John in the pats go will you promise and tell me how the gad that printed head of face on upgraded at ifrane girls but then will show you did you with bed frame girl pudong upon me instant pay so jose reyes come on in the central rather than me jeff howe oh to what i gotta georgia's scattered show you that no one the un his licking hot is that make you wanna same on may one david mom again again just can't the core god i can't wait again may just the jazz hey the name one dan madsen you again wakes up again may just again the is just can't be does camera itself on them hill again yes see being a celebrity is hard work it's brooke jubal in the morning and when you're a big name celebrity one thing you just have to accept is it you can't please everybody eventually you're gonna make somebody angry at happens all the time in different ways we're a celebrity won't pose for a photo while they're out in public or they get caught in a cheating scandal or they actively make a comment like gwyneth paltrow did it back in two thousand eleven when she said quote i'd rather smoke crack than each cheese from a cam they said that yeah he said he body with i wish we could make that stuff out all white yeah you take most gwyneth paltrow was quotes and just read them and you're like nobody would actually say that but yes she said that block making your fans angry just comes with the territory.

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"dan madsen" Discussed on Sports Radio 105.7 The Fan

Sports Radio 105.7 The Fan

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"dan madsen" Discussed on Sports Radio 105.7 The Fan

"You think we're going to make another move for an actual closer and if so who do you think it would be and do we need one well here's the problem allan the best closer i think that's on the market is who do you know the answer um exactly britain it zach brain so my question to you is this the orioles internationals hate each other aaa there is no of laws between us to organizations do you honestly get the sense that pita angelos and do cat of and a trade use that britain out the nationals make a push for the world series his as the any chance at held at habits i see so that by problem alan like he acquired do it'll be acquired massive you made a very good trade the yankees acquired tommy lee and david robertson you wanna get addison read from the mets i guess you could do it you want to gate a wall level reliever mitch disguised aj rommel's from the marlins you want a gate at gaza bay teams auckland trade it away their relievers you don't want kosice terrible would you want prayed hand i mean is that going to do a foia is he a better closing option oh dan madsen a do it'll either the blue jays going to trade osuna chris it's not a bad name because you get some valued veto all of you put roberto as than on the market and other wwj's going to trade him now because that it'll be on the contract for the next couple of years britain is the best reliever on the market and if you think the nationals in euros a deal with business you don't understand the dynamic between us detains there's a lot of jealousy they don't like each other the ownership.

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"dan madsen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"dan madsen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The beginning of the most powerful an earthquake ever recorded in north america it altered the landscape of some parts of the state and killed one hundred thirty one people some as far away as california as the quake generated deadly tidal waves our guest new york times science writer henry fountain has a new book about the dramatic end deadly impact of the quake take and about a geologist whose investigation of its causes deepened our understanding of movements below the earth surface henry fountain has been reporter and editor at the times for two decades his writing now focuses on climate change he spoke to fresh shares dave davies about his book the great quake had the biggest earthquake in north america changed our understanding of the planet it will be published next month will henry fountain welcome back to fresher what would begin by just getting a sense of the scale of this disaster how did the power of this earthquake compare say to the san francisco go earthquake of mitino six or the one the damage that nuclear reactor in japan in two thousand one sure well it was a heck of an earthquake it to the there was the second most powerful ever recorded in ill in recorded history errors since had been recording earthquakes with instruments it was originally thought to be about the same power as the san francisco earthquake of nineteen latinos six but it in retrospect or shortly thereafter terminal is much much more powerful leila rough indication is how long the ground shakes for and in the san francisco earthquake there was a there was a four shock at first that that shook for about twenty seconds in the main shocks shook for something with fortier fortyfive seconds so that's about a minute in alaska the ground shook for about four and a half minutes which is a really really long time as compared to the the japanese earthquake hit the tokyo crew earthquake of two thousand eleven the one that killed i think about seventeen thousand people and no led to the fukushima nuclear disaster that one was slightly less powerful this quake came late on a friday afternoon ride march twenty seventh technically spring but plenty of snow still around and in the book we experienced the quake through the eyes of some people who lived through one of them is a woman named christine dan madsen tillis who she was where she lives chris madsen.

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"dan madsen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"dan madsen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The beginning of the most powerful an earthquake ever recorded in north america it altered the landscape of some parts of the state and killed one hundred and thirty one people some as far away as california as the quake generated deadly tidal waves our guest new york times science writer henry fountain has a new book about the dramatic end deadly impact of the quake and about a geologist whose investigation of its causes deepened errand or standing of movements below the earth surface henry fountain has been reporter and editor at the times for two decades his writing now focuses on climate change he spoke to fresh shares dave davies about his book the great quake have the biggest earthquake in north america changed our understanding of the planet it will be published next month will henry fountain welcome back to fresher what are we begin by just getting a sense of the scale of this disaster how did the power of this earthquake compare say to the san francisco moscow earthquake of mitino six shore the one the damage that nuclear reactor in japan in two thousand one sure well it was a heck of an earthquake it was the second most powerful ever recorded in ill in recorded history errors since had been recording earthquakes with instruments it was originally thought to be about the same power as the san francisco earthquake of mateen latinos six but in retrospect her shortly thereafter terminals much much more powerful leila rough indication is how long the ground shakes for and in the san francisco earthquake there was a there was a four shock at first that that shook for about twenty seconds than the main shocks shook for something with fortier fortyfive seconds so that's about a minute in alaska the ground shook for about four and a half minutes which is really really long time hmm as compared to the the japanese earthquake could tell who coup of quake of two thousand eleven the one that killed i think about seventeen thousand people and no led to the fukushima nuclear disaster that one was slightly less powerful vis quake came late on a friday afternoon ride march twenty seventh technically spring but plenty of snow still around and in the book we experienced the quake through the eyes of some people who lived through one of them is a woman named christine dan madsen tell us who she was where she was chris madsen was schoolteacher in a little native village by the name.

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"dan madsen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"dan madsen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The beginning of the most powerful earthquake ever recruited in north america it altered the landscape of some parts of the state and killed two hundred thirty one people some as far away as california as the quake generated deadly tidal waves our guest new york times science writer henry fountain has a new book about the dramatic and deadly impact of the quake and abetted geologist whose investigation of its causes deepened our understanding of movements below the earth surface henry fountain has been reporter and editor at the times for two decades his writing now focuses on climate change he spoke to fresh shares dave davies about his book the great quake had the biggest earthquake in north america changed our understanding of the planet it will be published next month will henry fountain welcome back to fresher what are we begin by just getting a sense of the scale of this disaster how did the power of this earthquake compare say to the san francisco earthquake of my tina no six toward the one that damage that nuclear reactor in japan in two thousand one sure well it was a heck of an earthquake hit it was the second most powerful ever recorded in ill in recorded history errors since have been recording earthquakes with instruments it was originally thought to be about the same power as the san francisco earthquake of mateen the latinos six uh but in retrospect or shortly thereafter as attorney was much more more powerful the roughly indication is how long the ground shakes for and in the san francisco earthquake there was a there was a four shock at first that that shook for about twenty seconds than the main shocks shook for something like fortier fortyfive seconds so that's about a minute in alaska the ground shook for about four that half minutes which is really really long time as compared to the the japanese earthquake tohuku earthquake of two thousand eleven the one that killed i think about seventy thousand people and um um no led to the fukushima nuclear disaster that one was slightly less powerful vis quake came late on a friday afternoon ride march twenty seventh technically spring but plenty of snow still around and in the book we experienced the quake through the eyes of some people who lived through one of them is a woman in christine dan madsen tillis who she was where she was chris madsen was schoolteacher in a uh little native village by.

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"dan madsen" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"dan madsen" Discussed on WTRH

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"dan madsen" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"dan madsen" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Mike mcgann will soon to the yankees or two out of three from casey to begin their homestead state a wind today over oakland gives them another series win michael pineda all winter monday night against wales will be on the mound oakland manager bob milton telling wfan what his starter andrew tricks does well whether to break in pidgin orange fastfalling relies on that movement and deception from that goal to kinda makes the ball get on your little bit quicker and maybe to hawaii would suggest so off to a good start and hopefully upon that today first pitch just after one o'clock the games on wsb dan madsen pirates set for the rubber of their series in pittsburgh met harvey scheduled to pitch both the forecast is an encouraging thunderstorms expected in pittsburgh both this afternoon and tonight first pitch crossed your fingers around fifteen last night another extra inning launched you can blame on the bullpen edison retex responsibility clause frustrating on the us my job and do it in and prepare for more one hundred i indianapolis five hundred being this afternoon twenty two laps in and tony can on is your leader tennis openinground action at the french open stunner topseeded angelique kerber upset in straightsets by capturing makarova who's right just fortieth in the world among the familiar names advancing patrick vertebra and svetlana kuznetsova venus williams has won her first set nothing doing it hockey your basketball the stanley cup finals finals mention pittsburgh in nashville begin tomorrow night the nba finals don't start to thursday sorts of fifteen and forty five around the clock mike ten to sport lanes news time twelve forty seven i was.

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