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"dan rowan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:37 min | Last week

"dan rowan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Bring the protests were arrested, flogged and beaten up by the Taliban. We hear from one inside the police station. They handcuffed my hands behind my back kicked me hard and when I fell over, they tied my legs together to three Taliban started beating me. Then five or six, joined in. Also we go live to Berlin as the race to succeed Chancellor Angela Merkel hopes up that's here on weekend after the world News Hello. I'm wear our oldest son with the BBC News. The head of the international nuclear watchdog, the A is visiting Tehran to try to ease tension over Iran's nuclear activities. It's right for on groceries first visit since the new hardline president Ibrahim Ruisi took over last month, Caroline Hawley reports. The visit comes at a time of growing alarm in Western capitals about Iran's nuclear program. Tehran began violating the terms of an international deal curbing its uranium enrichment after Donald Trump pulled out of the agreement and reimpose sanctions. Efforts to resurrect the deal have so far failed, and Iran has not agreed to calls from the West to resume talks. The I A is now concerned about its ability to properly monitor Iran's nuclear activities. It wants its inspectors to be given urgent access to equipment that keeps track of uranium enrichment. And it wants an explanation from Tehran. Traces of uranium found it some undeclared sites. Pope Francis is in Hungary at the start of his first foreign trip in months. On a brief stopover on the way to Slovakia. He'll celebrate Mass in Budapest and meet the right wing Prime Minister Viktor Orban. Nick Thorpe reports. Tens of thousands of Christians from around the world have attended the Eucharistic Congress in Budapest in the past week, and the presidents of Pope Francis in Heroes Square will be the climax of their gathering. His meeting with Prime Minister Viktor Orban is more controversial. While the pope from the start of his Papacy has emphasised the need to welcome and care for refugees from war and violence, whatever their faith, the Hungarian prime minister is a champion of keeping those he describes as illegal migrants and especially Muslims. Out of Europe. The FBI has released the first document related to its investigation into allegations of Saudi government support for the 9 11 Attackers following an order from President Biden. The paper outlines contacts between two of the high jackets and a suspected Saudi intelligence operative. It does not provide clear evidence of Saudi government support for the plot. A day of remembrance marking 20 years since the September the 11th attacks has ended. The night sky in New York was filled with two pillars of light, representing the twin towers brought down by the airliners. George W. Bush, who was president at the time, used his speech to warn of the danger of domestic extremism. And we have seen growing evidence that the dangers to our country can come not only across borders but from violence that gathers within there is little cultural overlap between violent extremists abroad and violent extremists at home. But then there's just painful tourism in their disregard for human life. They are Children of the same foul spirit, and it is our continuing duty to confront them. This is more older son with the latest world News from the BBC. The Kurdish authorities in northern Iraq say the international airport at a bill has been attacked by a drone carrying explosives. There are no reports of casualties or damage. U. S forces operate at the airport and an American consulate is close by the U. S. Has blamed previous attacks on its troops in Iraq on militias linked to Iran. Israel has targeted Hamas sites in Gaza in the heaviest airstrikes in months, the military said it had hit an underground rocket production workshop, a weapons storage site, a training facility and a tunnel. The strikes came in response to rockets fired towards Israel on Friday evening. Palestinian security sources in Gaza said those were likely to have come from Islamic Jihad. Haiti's prime minister has hit back at investigators who want to question him over to phone conversations he reportedly had with the prime suspect in the assassination of President Juvenal Movies. A real ornery, accused officials of diversionary tactics. Prosecutors say records appear to show that Mr Angry, spoke to the suspect while he was at the scene of the crime. The British 18 year old Murad Khan, who has won the US Open in one of the most dramatic victories in modern tennis should be 19 year old Layla Fernandez of Canada in two cents. Radu Cano only made it into the tournament as a qualifier. Dan Rowan has this report. There seems no limit to what Emma Radu car new can now go on to achieve in the game after her historic fairytale triumph in New York, already the first qualifier in men's or women's tennis to reach the final of a grand Slam. The teenager is the player her country has been waiting decades for its first female Grand Slam winner for 44 years, her astonishing display at the US Open done without dropping a single settle tournament. Capping one of the most meteoric rises and greatest stories the world of sport has seen That's the latest BBC news. It's six minutes past seven GMT. Welcome to weekend from the BBC World Service with me Julie America with me throughout the program Myriam Francois Franco, British journalist and filmmaker, and Ian Black, visiting senior fellow at the Middle East Centre at the London School of Economics. To Germany. The candidates to be Germany's next chancellor are getting ready for a televised debate ahead of the election on the 26th of September after 16 years of Angela Merkel. It's not clear who will replace her, Mrs Merkel promised she would stay out of the campaign. But since the first television debate two weeks ago, her party's candidate, I mean lash, it has slipped in the polls, and now the centre left SPD are in the lead. As a result, Mrs Merkel decided to voice her support for Mr Lash yet. The issue is speaking at the Bundestag. Earlier this week, she warned against a left wing coalition between the SPD and the greens and was met with an uproarious reaction. Border Florida common.

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"dan rowan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:08 min | Last week

"dan rowan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Eating the resistance in Afghanistan against the Taliban. Small numbers, But Afghan women are leading the way we hear from one protester in Kabul in 20 years when I have kids when I tell them the story of today the story of Taliban this story of me, I want them to be proud of me. Last week, journalists covering the protests were arrested, flogged and beaten up by the Taliban. We hear from one Inside the police station. They handcuffed my hands behind my back kicked me hard and when I fell over, they tied my legs together to three Taliban started beating me. Then five or six, joined in. Also we go live to Berlin as the race to succeed Chancellor Angela Merkel That's here on weekend after the world News Hello. I'm wear our oldest son with the BBC News. The head of the international nuclear watchdog. The A is visiting Tehran to try to ease tension over Iran's nuclear activities. It's Rafa Al Grosses first visit since the new hardline president Ibrahim Ruisi took over last month, Caroline Hawley reports. The visit comes at a time of growing alarm in western capitals about Iran's nuclear programme, Tehran began violating the terms of an international deal curbing its uranium enrichment. After Donald Trump pulled out of the agreement and reimpose sanctions. Efforts to resurrect the deal have so far failed in Iran has not agreed to calls from the West to resume talks. The I A E A is now concerned about its ability to properly monitor Iran's nuclear activities. It wants its inspectors to be given urgent access to equipment that keeps track of uranium enrichment. And it wants an explanation from Tehran. Traces of uranium found it some undeclared sites. Pope Francis is in Hungary at the start of his first foreign trip in months on a brief stopover on the way to Slovakia will celebrate Mass in Budapest and meet the right wing Prime Minister Viktor Orban. Nick Thorpe reports. Tens of thousands of Christians from around the world have attended the Eucharistic Congress in Budapest in the past week, and the presidents of Pope Francis in Heroes Square will be the climax of their gathering. His meeting with Prime Minister Viktor Orban is more controversial. While the pope from the start of his Papacy has emphasised the need to welcome and care for refugees from war and violence, whatever their faith, the Hungarian prime minister is a champion of keeping those he describes as illegal migrants and especially Muslims out of Europe. The FBI has released the first document related to its investigation into allegations of Saudi government support for the 9 11 Attackers following an order from President Biden. The paper outlines contacts between two of the high jackets and a suspected Saudi intelligence operative. It does not provide clear evidence of Saudi government support for the plot. A day of remembrance marking 20 years since the September the 11th attacks has ended. The night sky in New York was filled with two pillars of light representing the twin towers brought down by the airliners. George W. Bush, who was president at the time. Used his speech to warn of the danger of domestic extremism. And we have seen growing evidence that the dangers to our country can come not only across borders but from violence that gathers within there is little cultural overlap between violent extremists abroad and violent extremists at home. But then there's disdainful poor ism. In their disregard for human life. They are Children of the same foul spirit, and it is our continuing duty to confront them. This is my older son with the latest world news from the BBC. The Kurdish authorities in northern Iraq say the international airport at a bill has been attacked by a drone carrying explosives. There are no reports of casualties or damage. US forces operate at the airport and an American consulate is close by the U. S. Has blamed previous attacks on its troops in Iraq on militias linked to Iran. Israel has targeted Hamas sites in Gaza in the heaviest airstrikes in months, the military said it had hit an underground rocket production workshop, a weapons storage site, a training facility and a tunnel. The strikes came in response to rockets fired towards Israel on Friday evening, Palestinian security sources in Gaza said those were likely to have come from Islamic Jihad. Haiti's prime minister has hit back at investigators who want to question him over to phone conversations he reportedly had with the prime suspect in the assassination of President Juvenal Movies. A real ornery, accused officials of diversionary tactics. Prosecutors say records appear to show that Mr Angry, spoke to the suspect while he was at the scene of the crime. The British 18 year old Kanu has won the US Open. In one of the most dramatic victories in modern tennis. She beat 19 year old Layla Fernandez of Canada in two cents. Radu Cano only made it into the tournament as a qualifier. Dan Rowan has this report. There seems no limit to what Emma Radu car new can now go on to achieve in the game after her historic fairytale triumph in New York, already the first qualifier in men's or women's tennis to reach the final of a grand Slam. The teenager is the player her country has been waiting decades for its first female Grand Slam winner for 44 years. Her astonishing display at the US Open done without dropping a single set all tournament, capping one of the most meteoric rises and greatest stories the world of sport has seen That's the latest BBC news. It's six minutes past seven GMT. Welcome to weekend from the BBC World Service with me Julie America with me throughout the program Myriam Francois Franco, British journalist and filmmaker, and Ian Black, visiting senior fellow at the Middle East Centre at the London School of Economics. To Germany. The candidates to be Germany's next chancellor are getting ready for a televised debate ahead of the election on the 26th of September. After 16 years of Angela Merkel. It's not clear who will replace her. Mrs Merkel promised she would stay out of the campaign. But since the first television debate two weeks ago, her party's candidate, Armin Lash, it Had slipped in the polls, and now the centre left SPD are in the lead. As a result, Mrs Merkel decided to voice her support for Mr Lash Yet here she is. Speaking at the Bundestag earlier this week, she warned against The left wing coalition between the SPD and the Greens and was met with an uproarious reaction. 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"dan rowan" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

05:30 min | Last week

"dan rowan" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Five or six, joined in. Also we go live to Berlin as the race to succeed Chancellor Angela Merkel Hearts up that's here on weekend after the world News Hello. I'm wear our oldest son with the BBC News, the head of the international nuclear watchdog. The I, A E. A is visiting Tehran to try to ease tension over Iran's nuclear activities. It's Rafa Al Grosses first visit since the new hardline president Ibrahim Ruisi took over last month, Caroline Hawley reports. The visit comes at a time of growing alarm in western capitals about Iran's nuclear programme, Tehran began violating the terms of an international deal curbing its uranium enrichment. After Donald Trump pulled out of the agreement and reimpose sanctions. Efforts to resurrect the deal have so far failed, and Iran has not agreed to calls from the West to resume talks. The I A E A is now concerned about its ability to properly monitor Iran's nuclear activities. It wants its inspectors to be given urgent access to equipment that keeps track of uranium enrichment. And it wants an explanation from Tehran. Traces of uranium found it some undeclared sites. Pope Francis is in Hungary at the start of his first foreign trip in months on a brief stopover on the way to Slovakia will celebrate Mass in Budapest and meet the right wing Prime Minister Viktor Orban. Nick Thorpe reports. Tens of thousands of Christians from around the world have attended the Eucharistic Congress in Budapest in the past week, and the presence of Pope Francis in Heroes Square will be the climax of their gathering. His meeting with Prime Minister Viktor Orban is more controversial. While the pope from the start of his Papacy has emphasised the need to welcome and care for refugees from war and violence, whatever their faith, the Hungarian prime minister is a champion of keeping those he describes as illegal migrants and especially Muslims out of Europe. The FBI has released the first document related to its investigation into allegations of Saudi government support for the 9 11 Attackers following an order from President Biden. The paper outlines contacts between two of the high jackets and a suspected Saudi intelligence operative. It does not provide clear evidence of Saudi government support for the plot. A day of remembrance marking 20 years since the September the 11th attacks has ended. The night sky in New York was filled with two pillars of light representing the twin towers brought down by the airliners. George W. Bush, who was president at the time. Used his speech to warn of the danger of domestic extremism. And we have seen growing evidence that the dangers to our country can come not only across borders but from violence that gathers within there is little cultural overlap between violent extremists abroad and violent extremists at home. But then there's just stained for poor ism and their disregard for human life. They are Children of the same foul spirit, and it is our continuing duty to confront them. This is my older son with the latest world news from the BBC. The Kurdish authorities in northern Iraq say the international airport at a bill has been attacked by a drone carrying explosives. There are no reports of casualties or damage. U. S forces operate at the airport and an American consulate is close by the U. S. Has blamed previous attacks on its troops in Iraq on militias linked to Iran. Israel has targeted Hamas sites in Gaza in the heaviest airstrikes in months, the military said it had hit an underground rocket production workshop, a weapons storage site, a training facility and a tunnel. The strikes came in response to rockets fired towards Israel on Friday evening. Palestinian security sources in Gaza said those were likely to have come from Islamic Jihad. Haiti's prime minister has hit back at investigators who want to question him over to phone conversations he reportedly had with the prime suspect in the assassination of President Juvenal Movies. A real ornery, accused officials of diversionary tactics. Prosecutors say records appear to show that Mr Angry, spoke to the suspect while he was at the scene of the crime. The British 18 year old Murad Khan, who has won the US Open in one of the most dramatic victories in modern tennis should be 19 year old Layla Fernandez of Canada in two cents. Radu Cano only made it into the tournament as a qualifier. Dan Rowan has this report. There seems no limit to what camera do car new can now go on to achieve in the game after her historic fairytale triumph in New York, already the first qualifier in men's or women's tennis to reach the final of a Grand Slam, the teenager is the player her country has been waiting decades for its first female Grand Slam winner for 44 years. Her astonishing display at the US Open done without dropping a single set all tournament, capping one of the most meteoric rises and greatest stories the world of sport has seen That's the latest BBC news. It's six minutes past seven GMT. Welcome to weekend from the BBC World Service with me Julie America with me throughout the program. Myriam Francois Franco, British journalist and filmmaker..

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"dan rowan" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

06:09 min | Last week

"dan rowan" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"It's seven hours GMT Welcome to weekend with Julie America leading the resistance in Afghanistan against the Taliban small numbers, but Afghan women are leading the way we hear from one protester in Kabul. In 20 years when I have kids when I tell them the story of today the story of Taliban this story of me, I want them to be proud of me. Last week, journalists covering the protests were arrested, flogged and beaten up by the Taliban. We hear from one Inside the police station. They handcuffed my hands behind my back kicked me hard and when I fell over, they tied my legs together to three Taliban started beating me. Then five or six, joined in. Also we go live to Berlin as the race to succeed Chancellor Angela Merkel That's here on weekend after the world News Hello. I'm wear our oldest son with the BBC News, the head of the international nuclear watchdog. The I. A E. A is visiting Tehran to try to ease tension over Iran's nuclear activities. It's right for Al Grosses first visit since the new hardline President Ibrahim Ruisi took over last month, Caroline Hawley reports. The visit comes at a time of growing alarm in western capitals about Iran's nuclear programme, Tehran began violating the terms of an international deal curbing its uranium enrichment. After Donald Trump pulled out of the agreement and reimpose sanctions. Efforts to resurrect the deal have so far failed, and Iran has not agreed to calls from the West to resume talks. The idea is now concerned about its ability to properly monitor Iran's nuclear activities. It wants its inspectors to be given urgent access to equipment that keeps track of uranium enrichment. And it wants an explanation from Tehran. Traces of uranium found it some undeclared sites. Pope Francis is in Hungary at the start of his first foreign trip in months on a brief stopover on the way to Slovakia will celebrate Mass in Budapest and meet the right wing Prime Minister Viktor Orban. Nick Thorpe reports. Tens of thousands of Christians from around the world have attended the Eucharistic Congress in Budapest in the past week, and the president of Pope Francis in Heroes Square will be the climax of their gathering. His meeting with Prime Minister Viktor Orban is more controversial. While the pope from the start of his Papacy has emphasised the need to welcome and care for refugees from war and violence, whatever their faith, the Hungarian prime minister is a champion of keeping those he describes as illegal migrants and especially Muslims out of Europe. The FBI has released the first document related to its investigation into allegations of Saudi government support for the 9 11 Attackers Following an order from President Biden paper outlines contacts between two of the hijackers and suspected Saudi intelligence operative. It does not provide clear evidence of Saudi government support for the plot. A day of remembrance marking 20 years since the September the 11th attacks has ended. The night sky in New York was filled with two pillars of light representing the twin towers brought down by the airliners. George W. Bush, who was president at the time. Used his speech to warn of the danger of domestic extremism. And we have seen growing evidence that the dangers to our country can come not only across borders but from violence that gathers within there is little cultural overlap between violent extremists abroad and violent extremists at home. But then there's disdainful poor ism in their disregard for human life. They are Children of the same foul spirit, and it is our continuing duty to confront them. This is my older son with the latest world news from the BBC. The Kurdish authorities in northern Iraq say the international airport at a bill has been attacked by a drone carrying explosives. There are no reports of casualties or damage. U. S forces operate at the airport and an American consulate is close by the U. S. Has blamed previous attacks on its troops in Iraq on militias linked to Iran. Israel has targeted Hamas sites in Gaza in the heaviest airstrikes in months, the military said it had hit an underground rocket production workshop, a weapons storage site, a training facility and a tunnel. The strikes came in response to rockets fired towards Israel on Friday evening. Palestinian security sources in Gaza said those were likely to have come from Islamic Jihad. Haiti's prime minister has hit back at investigators who want to question him over to phone conversations he reportedly had with the prime suspect in the assassination of President Juvenal Muise. A real ornery, accused officials of diversionary tactics. Prosecutors say records appear to show that Mr Angry, spoke to the suspect while he was at the scene of the crime. The British 18 year old Murad Khan, who has won the US Open in one of the most dramatic victories in modern tennis should be 19 year old Layla Fernandez of Canada in two cents. Radu Cano only made it into the tournament as a qualifier. Dan Rowan has this report. There seems no limit to what camera do car new can now go on to achieve in the game after her historic fairytale triumph in New York, already the first qualifier in men's or women's tennis to reach the final of a grand Slam, the teenager is the player her country has been waiting decades for its first female Grand Slam winner for 44 years, her astonishing display at the US Open done without dropping a single set all tournament. Capping one of the most meteoric rises and greatest stories the world of sport has seen That's the latest BBC news. It's six minutes past seven GMT. Welcome to weekend from the BBC World Service with me Julie America with me throughout the program. Myriam Francois.

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"dan rowan" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

07:35 min | 8 months ago

"dan rowan" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"dan rowan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"dan rowan" Discussed on WGN Radio

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"dan rowan" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

13:08 min | 1 year ago

"dan rowan" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"I'm not Chapman. Did Not want Alexander Lebed. You came in at the wrong now. All I'm hearing about LINEMAN's Shit. Y'All Mario Falcone. Don't say that you are listen. Oprah OPRAH has given us many shades of her career and it's always been okay for Oprah it's always an okay would I set it off? That's way let me ask you a question. Could you see someone like Dan filling in a role of like a Jim Lampley for the fight game? Show the way but why he's not cameras camera Yoyo Yo. Why are you acting like they was showing lend lease legs like dude? He's GonNa be in front of and I'm just saying like he's got to rotate that share. And then Oh wait till you go back here this and hear how bad you say his that. You're saying that he's so fat he can't rotate the chill said that. I did not say that Bro. You did leave him out that word you that word. But that's what you're saying. Hi Oh you can't do this when I'm high. It all depends like I mean he might be a great writer but I mean he might not be so much of a good speech man. I'm banging banging drums. Gaza bugging how I don't know if he is in a situation where it's like a skype type call like need us to do on. Espn boxing them into that. China's that's the best scenario for him where he gets to utilize his words which he is a master at and not have to utilize the physicality of you know being a host or commentator something. Oh how much movement does a fucking over to. Y'All be know. He's he's acting like dancing. Abba fucking asthma attack during the show. Bro We gotta move on killing Dan. That's not fit. I'm GonNa Fuck what you're you're you're you're blocked on. Us Tuesday chat now. I'm fighting a January. Quite freak dog. Come on that's not right. Man is one of his fight for weeks. I don't think that this is true because I remember him. Just signing a new deal and right now. Boxing booming And he's like he's like come on man like they need him for this whole team rank deal. Let Me Feed Alex. What's going on so we were talking The title what. We're talking with Frank Sanchez. And I can't remember who somebody brought this attention About the information about Dan Rowan. Espn partying ways. But which you have to remember is that that was coming from the person that broke. It was Ellie setback and him and Dan have had very much beef away. Maybe he'd be like I guess excited to break views. That's what I'm saying like at first. I didn't believe IT I. I saw it on twitter. Theoretical conversation until the rumors proven true. Yeah one of our time. I'd only kiewit come out like lying knowing that. We all know that he would be the type of person that would make this up. Yeah and he don't like it might not be Trudeau man they. I don't know I don't think that I I would hope they stay. I would hope that has the source. And that's what they told them but I think outside of the source it's hard to believe is truth. Is Dan just got a new deal? Like you don't just give do ray remember when that one extend the contract. I remember him tweeting. It just stand you. It's been about four years. Now Hang on Collins's like eighty one thousand years old and he still did you ever. He writes like he's R-. He's written some amazing piece in the past like you know where our like. Bert sugar kind of. He's just he's out. He's not Bert. Sugar and Albert Sugar and I'm not saying that his knowledge is them saying that he's not as memorable like he hasn't he wasn't a public figure like burst. Sugar and Dan is the everyday guy but when he tried podcasting it was really really bad. It went really bad for them. Really Wes so Cuban Flash Frank Sanchez. His name is slash. Yeah I Q. He's trying to Iraq. Border flashes in that Renault. So Jim Everybody's about speed at Renault's so Jim Amazon kills though. That's the that's the phrase in boxing. Speed kills Frank Sanchez. Thinks he could take out my man. Aj We will not on on rushing to. That's not what he said Nestle is hiding this other article links to. I did not see that one. I did not. I am boycotting another one. Listen said is is like this. They they looking at it like cove in Nineteen. Hit US hard. We don't know in boxes going to reset by the time it resets. Aj's busy pool. Lev defendant his mandatory defense with the IBS so his manager. Mike bottle believes that in the next twelve months sick will fight for that. Wbo and become champ. Which will then make them petition to the WBO to put Sanchez in an eliminator. We either junior or Michael Hunter. That's where we add so where where where. Where do we go junior versus Frank Sanchez? Who Wins like I don't know man like he's he's come about Frank Sanchez? Kind of came out of the field for me. You know what I mean. I I didn't really like pay attention too much to His fights when he first came he was fucking super active in two thousand eighteen. Like if not he fucking for all his fights in two thousand eighteen mine is like five and Shit but He pretty he moved pretty fast. I'm guessing they pushed him fast like that. Because you know might be a Cuban amateur you know has a lot of background in amateur game on but I can't say I can't say much to the competition that he he built up this resume where I don't know who the fuck these guys are Looks like he was beaten up bartenders and taxi cab drivers and then he finally fought a solid food. Maybe joined the welcome. I mean I can't speak too much victor baseball too. I mean he's kind of like the Puerto Rock is just kinda there for a call and shit show Biz. Ball had that fi own top rank. It was like two big is fat heavyweights. But they were an ad. It you know one was from Chicago and baseball was from Puerto Rico and Listen Baseball was a guy. Stephan Shaw up and coming heavyweight would around fifteen fights was on our show interviewed him and you know he called victim. His boss alike Sanchez you know. It's you'RE NOT GONNA YOU. Unless you're like some fucking star you're not going to. I fifteen you ain't gonNA fine in abundance of elite level names. You know to find some seas sea level fighters on your resume in fifteen fights as a heavyweight. That's decent honestly like I do. Give them credit for baseball. You know debatable. Who Else could we doing? Let's see now like Biz ball and the way it goes like the only guys brown and like you know I'm not saying that the junior got a super better resume either but I guess we gotta just look to see how efficient they are taking these. You know these guys out at that skill level Then I could probably get a sense of what I'm looking at but I haven't seen too much of Franks fights set for that thick Biz ball and another one I don't see too much like too much while like as far as power you know. We're always looking for the power heavyweight division. I like junior FAFA power He's bigger lengthier. You know I think junior five versus Frank Sanchez. would be a serious test for for both fighters. I could say you know what I'm saying. Kind of lemonade themselves out of the way to get that opportunity for AJ Bu- I still see. Aj Mayo Yuppie. Stay sleeping on my boy though. Like he ain't GonNa take to the top. Yeah Yeah count him out me every time and people just have a row. This is his route. He's gotTa bring it to fruition like this is just their route. He's not even talking. Aj He wants to WB L. Bell and he's telling you that their scenario age is going to be vacating their bill he doesn't want. Aj He wants AJ's bell okay. He's not directly put in the scope on. Aj like no because they don't want age they know this bell is may become vacant in this scenario. So this is Beth. He's he's essentially saying he's GonNa fight and beat who sick 'cause he saying. Wbo is going to be vacated by Ford in the next twelve months and we will in fife on eliminated versus hunter or FAA. So that's that's what I'm saying. It's like he's coming at all sick. A smaller heavyweight mourn his rainsy. He ain't even thinking Aj name. This is sky sports attempt to use age as name for views. Aj's name doesn't have to be in the title. He put that there because they put that there. Because that's what they want. They want the bell. They wanted to be age as name for. Seo Power Your Frank Sanchez. Ain't that much bigger than for so. I mean we might just have another match where it kinda dances around. He did with Chas. I mean you know. It's like one inch taller and your reach is actually shorter than UCS. Should I mean some of the same reach and sometimes boxer kind of you know a as accurate as they should be sometimes with these little small details but He's not that much bigger. Man I think is going to bring it to frank man. He he going to be frank. Frank Frank gotta come in with a with a specific game plan in order to trap. That caq is that that that man moves too much and he knows how to counter punch. I mean I don't know how aggressive Frank Sanchez is. Cuban styles always known for boxing. And all that. So we need an aggressive guy man who said we need a guy who's GonNa come into light in my opinion junior far? You know somebody's GonNa come in and throw some bombs Maybe I'm speaking too soon. GotTa go back to see what Frank Sanchez. Good at Maybe I'll go back and watch a couple of a couple of more fights but ain't watch L. Hawaii does to like. I don't even know what roundish she kayode me. Sanchez. And this hasn't proven anything to me in power like he he knocked out a dude was knocked out by Anthony Sims junior. Who's like one hundred and sixty eight pounder? So it's like you know as I said earlier in the show he didn't even Her not hurt but knocked out. Devait go so you know. This is all just talk. This is all just a plan. They gotta they gotta they gotta bring it to fruition. I mean but he went ten full rounds with Vaco now. Vehicles only been stopped once but the same. You Charles Mine did it. You should have been able to do it in an inmate. Charles Monfort world champion. It would it. Would it would have put a little bit more of a statement. It would have made more of a statement but that that that's not the way they went down so whatever Melissa open it up man see what they got. Talks embarks man. I don't think we ever went to responses did me because we studied secondary conversations. 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"dan rowan" Discussed on WGN Radio

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10:19 min | 1 year ago

"dan rowan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Cargo Wednesday continues you request this the music that we play on the show every morning well card Wednesday just means any artist any song anything what was that in who requested it so that is the great Jimmy Buffett that was Jimmy Buffett yeah ju buffet you call it jog in this come to us from Steve okay I hate now the bigger parent head at all actually three one two nine eight one seven hundred is the phone number Rockpile author journalist space expert joins us with and we continue our conversation and rod you hear that song for hello and that there is no reference to the mark readers are perut Sir yeah beach is there anything else I would never gets to the help of you mean either man either runs with us he is a journalist and a space expert joins us once a month we always talk about space issues and more if you have questions is three one two nine eight one seven two hundred rod few more texts of comment okay five one nine says I remember a comet in the sky every day for a month or so when I drove to work for a night shift anymore of those coming of you heard any coming for viewing there are one or two in the next few years but they're all really faint and I don't think they're naked eye objects or so it's just a tiny blip so but probably you have that binoculars so I don't know when the next big naked eye one is coming up that's a good question I went down in eighty four two years before myspace camp soldier grabbed the budget friendly said let's go see how the comet no it only comes once a lifetime yeah so we with down to portal Escondido in Mexico which is kind of the lowest part of Mexico before it did and he goes down to Guatemala and it looks kinda like a Q. tip in the sky there was much too I was acting I hadn't done a whole lot of homework and so I figured out my got old it'll be five times the diameter of the of the moon with the naked eye and all that yeah looks like a soggy will keep it but it was fun to see but yeah comet it actually felt a look that up well we move on to the next earliest thing though eight one five says any updates on James Webb scope well we're still working on it so two years behind schedule at this way over budget and it turned out to be harder than we thought to do because it's a it's a huge thing for one thing the mirror is us on the order of eight feet in diameter and it's in folding cells so the mayor has to pull together so the rockets very so this Meramec of when the telescope was finally launched out and it goes way out beyond our corporate because it needs to be out where it could be in the dark and operate infrared effectively so these near panels have to unfold lock in perfect figuration make this your call a parabolic surfaces the mirror and it's got to be perfect yeah can't be I have a degree off or something it just won't work and then you've got this enormous sunshade that have to deploy on the backside of it that makes it look like it I'm all star cruiser big kind of trapezoidal thank and that is made out of kevlar in a number of other fabrics that have to a kind of unfold perfectly with they've got pulleys and cable all kinds of stuff yeah seen it twice down at Northrop Grumman then LA where they were working on it and get in the the final bid to pieces put on and I gather what what hung except for the last year and a half or so was testing the deployment mechanism where to go and there's no public service mission you know it's way way out yes orbit zone where it's got to go you can't fly out there and fix it doesn't work so it's as far as I know it's still on pace for twenty twenty one okay another story here two satellites might collide in earth's orbit this week what what what's going to happen there yes so the airforce tracks everything bigger than about the love of baseball in orbit because they've got an hour things are good they've got military satellites up there so we need to make sure they're operating in a safe environment of course we have space station to worry about in lower but and a lot of other assets so you they're tracking you know hundreds of hundreds of thousands of these things to make sure they're not going to impact was something that we care about the still working yeah so part of that is these old defunct satellite I think last time I checked this something like forty percent of the satellite to report actually control the rest are mostly dead not that the account of the blown up stop and and natural bits of crap that get stuck in earth orbit so one of them is called iris the site I. R. A. S. right infrared satellite from nineteen seventy three telescope but twenty four pounds and one's DGSE gravity gradient experiment but the airforce did and that smaller this but two hundred pounds but the contents within your how to feed each other and normally when you're talking about you know being concerned about a near miss you're talking about but that's going on they were miles really close while they smack into each other it's going to make a bunch more you know two things now become you're a hundred objects traveling or not because the direction the high speed this is that much more dangerous or anything you're trying to do an hour but there's a lot of we're going to try to figure out how to get some of this orbital debris out of there whether it's knocking it down from something at a higher orbit using a laser beam others things with magnetic and they're ready electromagnetic induction even nets have been looked at but ultimately we got to figure out some way to mediate some of the stuff because there's basically this electron cloud rob your if you will of all this junk my favorite concept as you scoop it up you re use that because over the years people the kind that the ball that metal up there let's build something with that but that's a big technological hurdle yeah wow all right we'll keep an eye on that one is supposed to happen it is today and I think five forty your time thing okay well what happens we'll see we'll keep an eye on this in the fall of the one in one hundred chance the collision but who knows yeah we'll keep an eye on in them and maybe do an update on tomorrow's show it is the nectar Giulio show continuing here on seven twenty W. G. and here till four AM my guest is rod pile author journalists and space expert and we're talking all things space gonna come a few more texts here if you want to call the S. three one two nine eight one seven two hundred three one two nine eight one seven two hundred Rita from on men Tano Manteno says I told my grand kids there's more stars in the sky than grains of sand is that true is available I you can see I think something like thirty two hundred stars one hemisphere of time there's a whole lot more grains of sand but if you talk about stars the universe yeah yeah okay so you want once you she was not lying to our grandkids no she wouldn't tell your grandkids the weather changes because of a rocket launcher but but it's a cool story all right Graham all ready yeah your level of good old truck a rich man calling him with that one is that we had caller in case you were listening we had a caller our our regular truck a rich whose grandmother told him that every time that there was a launch a rocket launcher a and they would they would mess up the weather which is just not true nine two oh says route is there any more of a consensus to the possible time line of the legal geysers of Beetlejuice supernova is it it's it's but it's spelled like the way he spells it not the yeah yeah it'll do server nobody is yeah I don't know yeah that's one of those astronomical questions tonight I really did try to do better this type for you but that one I have not been keeping track of okay seven seven nine this is this is an interesting question I don't think we've ever had before we talk a lot about you know what's gonna happen if you inhabit Mars and you know obviously this has been a goal for for for a long time we talk about a lot you've written books about it if we ever inhabit Mars coming from this tax would affect our lifespan so we need to live there yeah yeah eight if the if it was terraform properly and it really did have enough earthly characteristics so you know the survival temperature enough copper lead ballots oxygen to breathe and enough radiation mediation to deal with them possibly because it's only about forty percent the gravity of earth so there's less stress on the body the problem is we don't know what happened you know we've had people with zero G. environments for a year yeah at the time we've had people on the moon for just a few days at a time so we don't know what happened to these partial gravity environments whether it's if you like the book the monarch were about forty percent of of Mars you know if kids are born there they're going to be okay are they gonna have problems if people live there for a long time ago to be okay what do you suggest that is the the moon marks a great place for senior citizens retire to you because you're less likely to have problems little problems and if you do fall you just kind of bounce in on break a hip or something right right but in terms of longevity it's been postulated but they don't know and one of the things that has a map of the space station yet that but a lot of people like to see is a lot of centrifuge up there that can handle rodents they combine for a long term long term experiment it's not very nice the rodents but you can put a rodent and I thought if you'd get him up to about you know thirty forty percent of one G. and see what happens over the period of weeks or months yeah so some doctors get star on okay all right run pile is with us and we continue to talk and continue the conversation we have a space question related to three one two nine eight one seven two hundred phone lines and text lines are open and the conversation continues here on seven twenty WGN for news at ten watch WGN mica Mateer Joe Donald Dan Rowan.

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"dan rowan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"dan rowan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Studio three one two nine eight one seven two hundred let me officially say hello to my great producer Tom hush Tom how are you I'm doing well Nick how are you I'm okay good yeah I'm all right looking forward to to hear in some sports songs old addition yeah although I have to say since the last time that Rick visit with us I cannot get de la fleur out of my head his instructions on playing hockey have been instrumental yeah and honestly it's enjoyed my my love of the game yeah I'll I'll listen to a little bit I was actually catching a little bit of out of market hockey was watchin the habs in the capital's wounded earlier tonight and I couldn't get the Gila fleur out of my head yeah the power play song you know is really satisfying well it's it's that's just part of many thing that we're not gonna hear any hockey now not tonight this morning it's it's a it's all gonna be football related Superbowl related in honor of the big game on Sunday but it's always fun to ever can studio and listen to some of those crazy songs and and I know that that listeners really like it too we've heard back from you tell us how much you let you enjoy the US sports socks lot of fun great segment so yeah so it's two for Tuesday coming out yeah the request a role in it already yes so if you wanted to for get in here now all right three one two nine eight one seven two hundred again every night slash morning on the show you will pick the songs that we listened to when we come back from news and commercials in again different theme every date night morning into tonight's theme is two for Tuesday one artist two songs so give me now I guess they're flying in the requests are flying and filling up so three one two nine eight one seven two hundred it is the nectar Giulio show we are continuing live here on seven twenty W. G. N. and when we return we are going to have members of the U. S. paranormal research group here to talk about ghosts and paranormal activity all kinds of fun stuff so three one two nine eight one seven two hundred as we continue on seven twenty W. G. N. for news at ten watch WGN mica Mateer Joe Donlin Dan Rowan Chicago's most trusted meteorologist Tom skilling for TV news at ten what Chicago's very own WGN deep winters the walk from the two party with a mad house seems to take extra long the dusting of snow Costa statues inside the termination clock is ticking the shift WGN this is an American red cross blood donation alert.

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"dan rowan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"dan rowan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Our time more on that coming up eleven days till Superbowl fifty for the chief in the forty Niners in twenty three days until Valentine's day let's get traffic and weather we have our first accident of the morning it's on two eighty one going southbound as you approach bassy the left lane is going to be taken away and we're seeing delays stretch back to Sunset Boulevard also report to the crash on wars Buck parkway as you are approaching o'connor please watch out for that I've worn short newsradio twelve hundred W. O. A. I. cloudy skies today rain this morning should taper off this afternoon highs right around sixty degrees tomorrow and Friday sunshine five seventy tomorrow upper sixties on Friday with fifteen rain right now first news Mister GM for Charlie Parker he is in New Orleans get ready for the debut of the NBA debut of Zion Williamson tonight our coverage begins at eight o'clock right here on spurs radio twelve hundred W. Ellie I will start six o'clock hours we always do back in the day it was ninety one years ago nineteen twenty nine the New York in the Yankees announced they would put numbers on the back of their uniforms becoming the first baseball team to do so first numbers were based on positions in the batting order for instance Babe Ruth was number three live here because of a foreign thank god they did that we were never heard this one of the newest members in the twenty twenty class of the baseball hall of fame Derek Jeter fifty two years ago nineteen sixty eight Rowan Martin's laugh in hosted by Dan Rowan and Dick Martin premiered on ABC launched the careers of Ruth Buzzi RD Johnson Goldie Hawn Steve Martin rob Reiner Bob super Dave Osborne Bob on start actually Gerry and lily Tomlin Joanne Worley as love that show when I was a kid forty seven years ago nineteen seventy three the Supreme Court handed down its roe versus Wade decision this legalized abortions in the first six months of prep pregnancy state could not prohibit abortions during the first trimester but could regulate the procedure during the second trimester to protect a woman's health and twenty six years ago nineteen ninety four Schindler's list one golden globe for best dramatic picture and best director for Steven Spielberg and twenty six years ago Jennifer Aniston's godfather telly Savalas died in universal city California day after turning seventy leaving Jennifer answered in Anniston without a godfather then twenty three years ago in nineteen ninety seven the Senate confirmed Madeleine Albright is the nation's first female secretary of state and a fifteen years ago two thousand five we wanna say happy anniversary to Donald Trump and his third wife melania he was fifty eight at the time she was thirty four he's now seventy three and she is now forty nine scoreboard eight years ago in two thousand twelve legendary Penn state football coach Joe Paterno died of lung cancer at the age of eighty five following his firing due to the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal how much did Joe no spider very long and thorough public lynching the evidence against him is still pretty circumstantial summer days to look forward to today Sami Gayle she's twenty four that said Nicky Reagan on blue bloods blue bloods or Randy on Australian guitars a last name is paid a year us now she tours with her ex boyfriend Richie Sambora they met while she was swinging.

"dan rowan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"dan rowan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Well last year we stand at eleven this year already and you'll be glad to know that your Baltimore city council and your elected officials and leaders are all on top of this I mean I'm telling you we have a couple of a storage is more interest no we have Jack young signed a bill yesterday the mayor that will ban retailers use of plastic bags for someone who is murder Sean unfortunately been taking place my people sneaking up behind other individuals of putting a plastic bag or their face mark and smothering them so this has been a real concern and I'm glad there I'm glad they've dealt with one of the leading causes of homicide bombers yeah and that is something of course me on to go the commissioner of the police saying explaining the twelve shot five dead over the weekend as the the warm weather was the problem America's been on record saying cold weather would stop this madness again thank god no we got cold weather coming up this weekend we'll see how that plays out and we have are you says we can mail it's coming over tonight so we'll see if there's a pause in the the maybe that's a naturally poses for a dream that in the paper and the plastic bags all they have to do now is get those plastic straws Donna we're good yeah and now of course of Baltimore taking a sip suit colon other councilmen hazards legislation that would create cold of trauma informed care task force they would train city employees and how to do their jobs in the way that lessons rather than exacerbate charm this is unanimously voters support this bill Colin told stories of two recent homicide victims usually living in a city where people murder mothers in front of their children hello we're you've been living the trauma of those children the door will only get worse so here's the answer the answer is let's not deal with the people causing the trauma we're going to deal with the aftermath of a of the trauma that is being adored which from our manager was gonna again forced the homicide rate down because people committing those all sides they really are doing this because they want to cause trouble for the people left behind and once they realize that trump was being addressed they'll probably just move on to something else dolce they'll change their behavior because all I didn't realize it by we always draw I was traumatizing them as a win or trauma response of us sitting or should maybe that was mean the more people will be going to shock trauma maybe that's what they mean if I have somebody I'm sorry has nice live call on governor Hogan I found this to be very interesting statistics here Bruce so they put out a press release yesterday asking governor Hogan to fill an form parole and Bravais of probation the G. as in corrections positions to reduce crime in Baltimore they need two hundred fifty million dollar overtime mismanagement and that in those departments but here the steps for almost thirty one percent of Baltimore victims or on parole and probation I am twenty seven percent of Baltimore murder suspects are on parole and probation should only one third of the suspects and the victims are currently on parole and probation his numbers have shown over and over again that the only problems bystanders okay the truly the only problem here's bystanders because you have people who are in the system and they are just as likely to become the next perpetrator for the next victim they're in there in the system of the the next of the next perpetrator tomorrow's perpetrator becomes Saturdays victim and that's just the way it is working in Baltimore city right now and over and over again to come up with the status of that reaffirm this and their solution well let's have a from a support group you know we always have these these studies are being conducted and we have the Kerr when commission made it look and would you agree or disagree will get the the top the hour in the the cost of education on the rabbit hole here in in boulder city and in Maryland boroughs of these studies with the current where's the crime commission what was the public safety commission I mean they're they're worried about the our our falling down not meeting educational standards one of the safety of the public with opioid commissions we have education commissions where's the crime commission in Maryland to study what's happening in Baltimore city and prince George's county another crime infested areas here in the state we don't get that and you know you you know this this will be a commission that would study of the crumbled in justice systems parole and probation judges the state's attorney's office the police department the offenders its its center but we never seem to get those kinds of commissions the governor actually when he tweeted his request over on that you know we would take a look at some of the things that are are we eating of waiting Democrat approval of the the order these off all violent fire arms offenders act which is waiting Democrat approval increase sentences for offenders who commit crimes with guns the judicial transparency act called the system more accountable for sentencing decisions of the witness intimidation prevention act the victims right to restitution act he said that the people of Baltimore are crying out for something to finally be done to stop the killings it should be the top priority for all Maryland I would agree with just about everything in that store except the last line I don't think the people of all more are crying out because they would obviously right they would always to make a change of the bill like the different where they look different city council members to represent them and stop this madness stop the insanity once role so we would like to think that they're crying out but so far these are the residents of the voters of a Baltimore city not all but most are not demanding that cut it you know because they were we have we have mayor Alan Walden right now she saw a dog of our arms as don from Delaware the fall of not texted you read earlier at the station made a good decision teaming the two of you together its like the Dan Rowan and Dick Martin morning rush hour my guess truck will be already Johnson keep of the good work why does the fuller office tricycle well in all fairness seven forty three right now by the way traffic.

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"dan rowan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"dan rowan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hello this is Nick Kelly with the BBC news the British parliament is due to begin its first Saturday sitting in decades as the government tries to win approval for its brexit deal with less than two weeks before the country's shed for departure from the E. U. the vote is expected to be extremely close the Persian prime minister Boris Johnson has said the agreement reached in Brussels on Thursday offers the best outcome Laura Coons bug reports Boris Johnson will seek to make MPs pick a side are they ready to approve departure from the E. U. on his terms or note the compromises in his brexit deal have find ready opponents among rival parties and some of his allies the tribe you seek to stop brexit happening would hesitate to block it and even some brexit tears of kept him dangling still withholding their backing until the last moment Boris Johnson was selected by his party as the man who could drive brexit to a conclusion in just a few hours time we'll have more of a sense of whether that choice was right as MPs made him Westminster thousands of protesters are expected to March through central London to the mondo referendum before any brexit deal is given final approval the members of the opposition and celebrities will join the rally in the referendum held three years ago nearly fifty two percent voted in favor of leaving the European Union become party leader in the US Senate as described the withdrawal of American troops from Syria as a grave strategic mistake Mitch McConnell didn't mention Donald Trump by name Chris buckler reports Mr McConnell says it withdrawing soldiers from Syria emboldened enemies weakened alliances and left Americans last CF he warns that escalating hostilities between Turkey and America's Kurdish allies threatened to create a strategic nightmare for the U. S. not least by allowing groups like Islamic state to reorganize this week president trump claimed that the conflict was north America's problem but the Majority Leader of the Senate says it is the responsibility of the US to show leadership in the Middle East Chris buckler reporting the state of emergency has been declared in the Chilean capital Santiago off the violent demonstrations against an increase in the cost of metro tickets the government is blamed the price rise on increased energy costs fan Busby reports today's schooling university students have been protesting against the price rise with the campaign of mass fed touching but on Friday the demonstrations turned violent who did activists attacked underground stations started fires and block traffic the authorities have closed down the entire metro system in the capital for at least two days president the best in Pinheiro declared a state of emergency in a late night televised broadcast he said people who committed serious acts of delinquency must face justice and Busby this is the world news from the BBC the Chinese vice premier you'll hurt has said that the United States in Beijing of made substantial progress in trade talks Mister Yost said that stopping the trade war we'll be in the world's best interests he said the two sides working towards an agreement based on the quality and mutual respect hundreds of young Catalan separatists in Barcelona baffle riot police long into the night in the worst violence the Spanish city has seen this week streets were left to blazes hardline protesters set font of rubbish bins set up barricades and threw stones and fireworks offices used tear gas and rubber bullets to keep them back and apply both to come in for the first time to break through the barriers the former U. S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has alleged that Russia is grooming a Democrat to run in next year's election she said Moscow wanted a third party candidate to divide liberal voters and help reelect Donald Trump she is believed to have been referring to a Tulsi Gabbard out the Hawaii congresswoman has accused Mrs Clinton of trying to destroy the reputation of the quarter finals of the Rugby World Cup will begin in Japan shortly when you see Linda hoping to become the first team to win the trophy three times in a row a plaque and style and in a few hours off to England with its coach Eddie Jones taking on Australia Japan of also reach the knockout stage for the first time Dan Ronan reports Russia is now on as England face a defining moment Eddie Jones is side of enjoyed a six match winning streak against his native Australia but the same opponents knotting went out of their own World Cup in twenty fifteen and with the lives of going home this is said to be a bruising battle between two of the sports arch rivals islands meanwhile have never reach the last full and to do so you must overcome the might of reigning champions New Zealand in Tokyo in the second of today's mouthwatering matches Dan Rowan and that is the BBC news it's six minutes past six G. M. T. welcome.

"dan rowan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"dan rowan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Welcome back to sort of showcase art hello everybody. hello as if they were full I mean I guess they could be new listeners people getting ready for northwestern Vic is whole body so I want to do it we only have like six minutes know how long we have I don't even know. six minutes sorry I'm gonna do live regroup again we'll jump right into it for news attend watch WGN Mike a marker Mateer and John donvan and Dan Rowan Chicago's most trusted meteorologist Tom skilling for TV news at ten watch Chicago's very own WGN all right there's two things I want to cover quickly the first thing is wrapping up on on that pitch and the second thing is why Republic. finally and and other than Michael benches another one that had a big exit and and I I just want to talk because I think people listening have heard me drone about it for a long time but they don't quite realize the opportunity financially that you what I bring to the table right when we present these I want your feedback first on I'll pose a question to you about this guy who just pitch Jacob what I wrote down my notes on it that I thought was interesting is if I were him I would not look at this as a company that's trying to get into the I. text face because as an investor like you said I merely cringe about dealing with education and institutions but if I said I have a gaming company in particular the most of it is going to be digital in the future I'm looking AT sports and it's hot and as the huge valuations ahead I'm a gaming company to just happen to know how to sell into kids an attack what do you what are your thoughts on the company overall. I'm not. so. my thoughts on Jacobs company. as a whole is I think you've got something yeah I'd want to like because we didn't drilling deleted trip but here's the thing first pitch like I know I can do a quick now it but I know it my yes is also with I want to do some work yeah so Jacobs to be something I wanted to work because well the store was in there the way I personally like it yeah the nuggets were there even up positive been selling into education I just want to know like why he gave me a little bit of the why him yeah and you know he's got a background education but like thank you came home I'm a neuro scientist hammer home I've talked to thousands and thousands of teachers I've sold this many applications and I'm like even a positive you're gonna hear this all the time listening to Vic and I talking but the word unfair advantage yes comes up a lot his unfair advantage which he glaze over was he knows how to build games that people download right that's your unfair advantage I don't care about that what had tech stuff I I care that you know how to build games that people want to play right well he's got to unfair advantages right so talk from the ventral side and then the company like he's got like first and foremost he's got a product that's winning right just I I need to know why it's winning over the others like wise a winning other than the other over hyped things are out there his other unfair advantages is any of my money yeah I'm even a positive I don't necessarily need your money right what would happen is that if the venture industry had something at a five cap there's even a positive that would never see the light of day people would pound time to write the check in desk here just go yeah I want twenty from business go the fact that this opportunity is there is pretty amazing no I I totally agree and so speaking of that. we have had I don't know fifty companies from a public and or microphone proceed invests start engine and we part of the public because in my mind democratize investing process better than they were all of them offer opportunity for phone is raise money. Republic does a fantastic job of of letting it make it easy for us retail investors. micro manager Michael benchers recently had a company called Sundaland which if you were familiar they were on the show I actually went home to whole foods I bought the product I needed I loved it. I invest a hundred fifty dollars which is not a lot of money I think it was like two times the minimum or whatever was. and that was three months ago. they just exited they just got bought I got a five dollar check. five hundred dollar check on a hundred fifty dollar investment the top three months later. I don't think people are still like had I known right what is a thousand dollars look like five great right what the this is this is real and I think we've done the best we can early on trying to to to shape the image of people understand that Republicans like it's great for founders to raise money help falters raise money help them get a chance this is money that you can afford to lose that's why you're playing don't do it if you can't afford it. but I think we're just starting with Republicans at five companies in six months raise the maximum of a million dollars on the campaign which is insane the average raise when we started this partnership with them when they launch in sixteen was like sixty five thousand to seven thousand it was a hundred and twenty five thousand seventeen hundred eighty thousand eighteen this year three.

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"dan rowan" Discussed on WGN Radio

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01:43 min | 2 years ago

"dan rowan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Com it's ten watch WGN Mike in Metairie Joe don Lynn and Dan Rowan and Chicago's most trusted meteorologist I said that word wrong that's got a lot of slabs meteorologist Tom sailing six cells also looks syllables six eight against six allow the worker ology you go no but all I could say that I could see that word like ten times to get it right nine out of ten but then of course I when you're off the air I'm trying to get on the air again take two okay Dan Ronan Chicago's most trusted meteorologist Tom skilling highs that no. TV news at ten watch Chicago's very own WG asked to be on the radio. why. that song. okay bad. hello hello how are you real good are you guys I think you are six and you are going to play a gas that signed you ready for some nineteen seventy two fun. release for some seventy two fun I don't know. find out how to work it out together I've got a feeling about this all right we're gonna play the first song right now. tomorrow yeah good one right I know who it is all right. yeah who is it the the the Michael Jackie asked Jackson. but it was the Jackson five this is Michael Jackson yeah I know but I mean the Jackson five he wasn't Michael Jackson by himself yet right that was his voice yeah I know but is the Jackson what day was signed you know yeah can you sing it I think Ben knows it can you sing it a little. I.

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"dan rowan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"dan rowan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Heart out for you device no forget or fifty thousand watts K. B. K. it's fifteen thirty AM we're just not already Johnson passing on he was ninety years old he was a big part of laugh in which is really I mean that was a that was really a remarkably different show at that time if anyone was around watching that of course many of us were roan and Martin's laugh in I was a kid there was a sketch comedy television show that ran for a hundred and forty episodes in January of sixty eight to March of seventy three I still remember the show like would you away and were early in awe everyone that was part of that shoot Goldie Hawn there's so many great post worked on that Allen Suzy was just hilarious Dan Rowan and Dick Martin to host the show they were hilarious was on the NBC television network it was such a success in a broad back as it was brought back as a series of replacing the man from uncle this and this is after it originally aired as a one time special September the ninth of nineteen sixty seven I always felt like he haw even remember he hot that that was sort of a country version of what the what laughing was doing say got a sketch comedy all sort of piece together all kinds of various sketches within the show the title of the laughing Joe was a play on the love the ends of the demands of the nineteen sixties hippie culture these were terms were derived from citizens were common in these protests which were so she was civil rights antiwar demonstrations and such of that time we're just about TV guide last night right one two thousand two Rowan Martin's laugh it was ranked at number forty two a TV's TV guide's fifty greatest TV shows of all time it featured the I mean the line up of people that were on the show yet Gerry ones are now from beautiful downtown Burbank Goldie Hawn already Johnson they were talking about Ruth Buzzi Judy carne Joanne were early Henry Gibson wherever Henry Gibson Alan Susan was a kid I thought was a Leri is the list goes on lily Tomlin Dave Madden number day badly played Mr can Katie and the partridge family pigmeat Markham judge strong it was a it was such a it was such a different show each of these episodes followed what someone of a date with this thing I remember things like the fickle finger of fate of fickle finger of fate award OR Sammy Davis junior would come on he come to judge he come to judge each episode followed a somewhat similar format often including like recurring sketches yeah the guy in the rain coat that would tip over on this tricycle they have the intro than they have a batch of the short skits and served as a cold open with a dialogue between Rhona Martin they had that party scene right it was a live to tape say would comprise all cast members and occasionally would surprise celebrities dance before the late nineteen sixties mod party backdrop permit that they be dance in any in any in any and it it it did and then also that would stop and they would do a punch line delivering like a one liner to wind jokes interspersed with a few bars of dance music which by the way was later adopted on The Muppet Show at the end of every show we were talking about the about laugh in row and turned it was goes unsaid Sagan idea to which my reply good idea show that featured the cast members opening panels in a psychedelic Lee painted joke wall telling jokes after which the show we continue with the final batches gets before drawing to a close and then after the applause died the executive producer George shot lors solitude as solitary clapping and Kendall you know how at the end of our show we do the mark seven productions thing with the you know the hammer you have the hammer hitting the isn't paying bring like that spike originally I was going to do the end of last season with the clapping was which is just but I didn't know that anyone would get the I don't know if anyone would get that was if they think I was clapping so this is the ending we went with I figured a lot of people would remember that one.

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"dan rowan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

12:10 min | 2 years ago

"dan rowan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It to me. I mean what? Man. You know that show when when when Laffin was when Laffin was on, you know, and it's it's it's I I was a little I was a little kid. But I remember watching it. I remember my parents watched it every every week when it was on. And it was the hottest show on TV. Now, I will say this at that time it was a really groundbreaking show like really groundbreaking. There was nothing like it at that time. And it was really, you know, in the late sixties that was a hit show that was a really that was like the hippie show on TV the show on TV. And was a cultural phenomenon in fact, and really became part of the national scene. So it changed and also reflected what was going on in the society at the time. But I went back and watched I went back and watched it it they still show they showed on decades. It's on it's on the network decades. I went back and watched it. And I when I was a kid, I thought it was hilarious. I thought it was the funniest thing ever. And I thought Ruth buzz. Ian, Artie Johnson and. Alan Seuss, Alan Seuss. There's a guy for you. Right there. Usually look up some footage Valance Seuss that guy was something. He wore a lot of Ascot's. I just remember L suits were like, Nehru, jackets and Ascot's a lot. And was one of those flamboyant kind of Paul Lynn, Charles Nelson, Reilly, kind of guys, you know, what I'm talking about where like back in those days. There was no mention of sexuality. I mean, he was just he was just a a flamboyant guy. It was no mention of what kind of you know, the sexuality was that was that was preferred. But yeah, so was on there used to love him and Goldie Hawn. And I that's how Golan got her start dancing around with paint all over body and then Ronin Martin. Dick Martin and Dan Rowan. No, they were the hosts and the through line to the show. And then there are always like special guest stars that came on. And there were other regulars on the Judy Carne was a regular on that show. And we watched it all the time. And I used to laugh my butt off. When I was a kid and thought it was like, colorful and hip, and like every joke was funny, and it was cool to see all the dancing, and although crazy hip stuff. And then you go back years later, and you watch it not only is it extraordinarily dated. Because it really is. But you can't really get around that you can't blame you can't blame the show for being dated because it was a very specific time that that show was on and it specifically reflected that time in of that time only. But when I is it as an adult, I went back, and I watched it, and I and every once in a while I'll flip it on on on decades and can't get through five minutes of it. It's just so horrible. It is just so unbelievably horrible and not funny. Not the least bit funny and terrible laugh track, by the way. You know, at the end like there are there are no laugh tracks are always pretty bad. But sometimes you get one that is just pretty good, and you can see okay. This is a laugh track. But it sounds kind of realistic in had the worst laugh track like the word mash bad laugh track. And I don't I never understood why mash had a laugh track as it. Clearly, there's no audience you wanna know another one that had a laugh track. Most ridiculous. Here's the most ridiculous show that had a laugh track the Flintstones. The Flintstones had a laugh tracks. Were there cartoon people watching the show? Are they cartoon people laughing? Like, they're in the studio watching the cartoons film. The flintstones. I never understood that. I can't remember to the I think the Jetsons had a laugh track to. So yeah, I I never understood that. But laughing, you know? So so dated and so stupid. Have you ever? Have you ever seen an episode of Laffin now the pieces on oh my God. Vic have you ever seen an episode of laughing now? Oh. Massive hit fill like me. You have to understand at that time in the late sixties again, there's nothing like it on TV, and it was reflecting. What was happening in counterculture pretty specifically and and pretty accurately. But that doesn't mean it's good. I in L, man. And I remember just fallen off the chair laughing at this stuff. And I don't know whatever is Allen sue still alive. Can you look up? Alan Susan, see if he's still he's still kicking. I think he passed away. I think I think Alan sues passed away. Yes. He did pass away. How long ago? Two thousand nine eleven. Oh, so was it. It was. Okay. So it was eight years ago he passed away. But he was that. Like, I said lots of Ascot's and lots of flamboyant behavior. That's Alan sues. He was like my favorite actually on the on the show. He was my favorite of everybody on that show. And I thought Ari Johnson and Ruth buzzy were hilarious and. He would be like already Johnson. We'll put on old man makeup and ride a tricycle and fall over. And I would like go funniest thing. My wife and roof buzzy would play an old woman who would sit on a bench, and he would come in and try and hit on her and she would just an every bit every single bit ended with her beating him with her purse. And in me, falling off the couch, laughing, the the funniest thing that's ever been on television. And then they would do they would the other trick that they would do on that show. Dan, was whenever they had like a party segment sixties party with neighbor, jackets and girls in bikinis and stuff and. Dan, Ronan smoking, a big cigar with his mustache and all the audio wearing like crazy sixty suits. They would pretend like they were at like a like a party, you know, a one thousand nine hundred sixty sort of rave party. And so they would zoom the lens of the camera in and out to you know, you know, what I'm talking about. They would cut they would rapidly cut between people who are dancing. They would play sixties music. They would rapidly cut between people dancing while the camera's zooming in zooming out close up pan out close up zoom in zoom out zoom in zoom out. And then they would freeze everybody in the room would freeze. You know, like a like a mannequin they would freeze and then someone would do a bit or two people would do a bit and end with a joke. Every there'd be there'd be laughter on the laugh track. And then the camera would zoom in the music would start again that wasn't a bit that they get all the time. It is. It's so bad. It's just so bad. But man, you know, at that time. Oh, that was the hippest man that was the hip show on TV hippest, funniest show on TV, man. Water cooler stuff, all the catch phrases. You know, we we have catchphrases now on TV all over the place that to me was just a massive. You know, I don't know what came for. I think I think the the Mitch Ryder song that we just played came after. Laughing because I think I think sock it to me is is I think it it can be traced directly back to laugh at. Louis. A lot of drugs consumed in the late sixties man there really were by TV executives by Pete by people watching TV. Because I think you have to be on drugs in order to enjoy that show. I think that's the only way that you could possibly enjoy it as if you're you know, you're on LSD or something. Stupid. Faculty in the song hit was released in sixty six wait a minute. Maybe the maybe the Mitch Ryder. Did I can you look when did laugh in stark? And I mean, I remember it. So it had to have start. I'm I would say it probably started in sixty eight or something sixty eight. Yeah. And then it ran through. I think by early seventies. I would imagine Seventy-three. Yeah. So during sixty eight and seventy three I watched that show every week. My cat. Yeah. It's on decades. If you really if you wanna take a trip back in time. Like in field. Like literally feel like you're back in time. Because it's so extraordinarily dated watch it on decades. I don't know when it's on. I I mean, they basically on decades they show they show Laffin like fifty times a day. They show the Ed Sullivan show, which is cool. Actually, the Ed Sullivan show is cool. You go back and watch that. And see the weird thing about the Ed Sullivan show, though was the variety of acts because that was a true variety show. The Ed Sullivan shows a true variety show. Meaning they took the word variety. You know, like really seriously. So you would have like. You would have somebody like a you have somebody like the doors the doors played on on Sullivan. See if somebody like the doors on Ed Sullivan, and then they would be followed by a ventriloquist, and then that would be followed by an opera singer. And that would be followed by a guy who's spinning plates on a on a stick and sticks to keep the plates spinning that would be followed by a stand up comedian. You know, like, you know, like maybe Richard Pryor back when he wore suits. And he didn't swear. You know, and then you'd have a polka band, and it was just and it was act after act after act that we're completely different. So watching the Ed Sullivan show is pretty extraordinary. You know, because it's a true variety. Variety shows in the seventies. They weren't variety shows yet guest on and and you know, you're a special guest on you would do skits, and you would sing and dance. That's that. You know, the seventies variety show completely different than Ed Sullivan. I got I can't remember who with 'cause you know, the legendary. First appearance of the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan show. The, you know, obviously, it was a legendary moment not just on television. But in but in history. And I remember, and I can't I don't know if it's it's probably it's gotta be online like who the guests were that night. Like, if you look at the look at the lineup when the Beatles were on the Beatles were on, Ed Sullivan. You look at the guests, and you go what what because it's just so it's just a weird. And I I'm thinking back to. The the the the teenagers in the teenage teenage boys and girls, especially the girls who were in the audience to see specifically to see the Beatles perform and they had to sit through some weird stuff. Like some weird. Some weird. There's no way that this should be paired up with the Beatles stuff. But that's what was unique about Ed Sullivan, man. I during the later years of Ed Sullivan, he was salon in primetime. And I watched them when I was a kid, and again enjoyed Ed Sullivan. But man, how did we get on this? Oh because the sock it to me. Because of because of the four area code with his triple play request. And now we have to break I didn't even get to the reboots yet. Dan, if you can find the guest lineup for the. Yeah. Okay. All right. We'll take a break. We'll take a break. If you're laughing fan. I I apologize. But you're living in the past man. Let's take a break here. I seven twenty g and we'll be back..

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