17 Burst results for "Dick Hall"
"dick hall" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"In the ocean in the ocean. It's submerged. It's thirty five miles long and twelve miles wide so it is the shallowest area sorry years what is it. It's called Cordova Bank Cortes Bank Cortez Bank. Okay okay. We're GONNA stop saying names because someone can explode the shallowest area called Bishop Rock is between three and six feet from the surface okay okay so the bank creates some of the largest waves in the world and his well known by surfers it was mapped by the US Coast Survey Nineteen fifty-three three ships need to avoid bishop rock so it's marked by a warning buoy okay there are a ton of abalone and fish like it's just a huge judge place for Sealife okay which makes it offending favorite place for divers and capitalists liked Joe Kirkwood junior dear sewer so Paluska not our guy anymore gone for money okay. Kirkwood teamed up with Richard Taggered and Bruce McMahon to California abalone cantors and they came up with the idea with an idea of what to do with Cortez Bank turn it into an island where they could harvest all all the sealife and chip it off for eating the masses okay not what I was hoping to hear but they didn't just WANNA turn it into an island. They wanted to turn it into a new country. What the fuck what what is that we have enough no more okay and it's how yeah okay so. It's all underwater so this is. There's a lot of flat. It's part of the past. It's part of the Catalina idle the chain yes but it's underwater yep okay so it's thirty five miles long and twelve miles wide but underwater. That's what I'm struggling with right. Now Yeah that that's that's a whole it's a big problem for an island. I'm thinking of islands in the traditional sense that air above the water well not all and that's kind of view to say I am shaming not all islands highlands are above water. Sorry I didn't know no better. I'm sorry islands some mm-hmm so am I missing something. No not at all okay plans to turn it in turn into an island. Is there anything thing I'm missing as far as that part of it. Are they planning on putting more island atop it. They're going to build an island to top it okay. So is that what we do. I feel like we're not doing that well. How else would you make a new country well. I think that's fair pushback but I'm not the one who's saying that's a good idea either. They were going to call the new island. They're already naming it. While the country they gotta name your the new country but they were GONNA call their new country. LA- Maria okay this after hypothetical lost island in the Indian Ocean Ocean in the nineteenth century the existence of La- Mario was somewhat accepted as scientific theory that helped explain why lemurs existed in India and I'll shut up wait a man that has like that's like you had to come up with it like on the spot like so so it was like why are they never heard of Lemur area the island of them. You don't know the the lore yeah they. That's it's all them. There was all lemurs that's the Lamar area and they add a monarchy and this is the last thing I'm going to say about it. They had a monarchy and then I'm done talking about it and it was under it was on the ocean floor. I should point that out. It was on the ocean floor. This is what they had gills which they had and now I'm a visually putting a cork this conversation it's over. LIBORIO helped explain why lemurs existed in India and Madagascar of course John. The split in Africa right yes exactly because they were able to go to the island of Madagascar because they had an under water autre train and they can take it. They're they're looking at a gas car and they could go there. Obviously that then led to the split of the Democratic Socratic Republic of Maurya and then the civil civil war thank you yes yes twitches. axl Rose would say not so civil. Yeah what's so civil about war anyway mic drop yeah okay so it was basically like an island. Lamari was like an island bridge that the lemurs could short you try to explain Lemurs yeah yeah that makes a Lotta Sense. I'm starting to miss the ARC theory and that's where I'm at with so in February Kirkwood two and a friend of his Dick Hall Took Twenty S. Do we know Dick Holler. We just laughing at a guy's name. I'm down to laugh Dick Hall. It's not a great name. They took a twenty six foot boat to Scout Cortes Bank and how big's the submarine they planned to find the buoy marking Bishop Rock and then they were going to spend the day snorkeling and exploring okay their new underwater paradise. Neither really had any voting experience. That's good. That's that's good. No I'm feeling so they looked all day for the buoy but they could not find it and at sunset they decided to head back the smartest decision on the day probably so far but that's when the famous Santa Anna Winds up the southern California kicked in in a very short time. The ocean went from completely calm basically hell. Both of the boats engines died good. The two men held on as waves slammed the boat holy shit. Is this not an omen to stay away from your underwater island. I don't think so okay. Kirkwood radio the coastguard who said they would be able to get there in six hours perfect. That works really good on our end anything anything less. It'd be great but I think six hours right in the window. We're looking at. Is there any bad news. Yeah tell us. They told them to check in every twenty minutes perfect. That'll really be worthwhile. It seems well something to look forward to. Yes yes yes and then. The ship began taking on water. That's not good or not supposed to take one yeah but it's actually sounds like they're gonNA closer closer to the island when when they call the coastguard and told them this the coastguard decided to send a helicopter. We'll be there in five hours. Sky Doesn't know what he's doing but that was gonna take an hour okay so during this time they were thrown around the cabin by the waves and at one point Kirkwood looked up up and he saw hall shoving food into his mouth an eight full stick of butter. What wait a minute. Is He pregnant. What's going on my cravings. This is what I do. In ways you was a a loaf of bread and anything else he could get his hands on is he mixing these food groups where he is individually like food eating competition eating bread and me butter it in my tummy. I'll put it in that way. It's food eating competitions okay so he's he's doing. I was is looking for the life br decided to eat everything that one will. You should keep that on yeah. It's not let me really. It's you thank you sir. Is there a balcony or that guy. That's fucking scary. There's a ghost so Kirkwood was eating anything to get his hands say he eats hall was eating anything and get his hands on. Kirkwood asked him. How did you could eat now in this situation and hall said quote. Whoever eats the most will last longest in the water? This is who you want to be on a boat with for sure this. Is You want to go into business with somebody. Looks like that. you idiot. You'll die before me cool. We've been out here for twenty five minutes. Dick all now. We're out of butter. Kirkwood said he could not argue with that reasoning of course not for fucking good point point. You know that's very Paluska of you. He would do that in a bind like this. Oh my God reminding Pitch Pook on the boat when we get back as perfect Kirkwood was shocked that his great physical condition meant buckle and dealing with the C. quote when and slam he was an actor clothes slamming and the thudding and heaving were never ending. We had quickly been exhausted. What what in the hell was I doing anyway. Only an idiot would attempt such a preposterous scheme as building a new country freight this episode should it'd.
"dick hall" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"He'd have choice was already picked obviously but and then I heard a great story of him hiring joke, gives when, going to the owner saying you know I'm gonna, hire Joe Gibbs? And owner, was like who is that you, know you're going, to get yourself fired hiring a, guy, you, don't know and bobby's like no. No no trust, gonna, love this guy, and I mean that's that's the thing the great stories and and the background that you're going to get from. These guys a couple of those things and this was one of the things that Bobby Beth said last night in the interview with Michele Tafoya, they got Darryl green out of Texas and I think it was at the time And dental greens I if you've ever met him I mean, he's tiny he's in the hall of fame but he's a tiny Roberson and. And Bobby Beth was saying hey we want to, take this guy and. Somebody obviously he's way too small you'll ever make him the NFL and. Bobby said trust me, on just trust me sounds like he had to say trust me quite a few times and it worked out yeah but what are the things. I. Was on with our ESPN Cleveland station yesterday talking about the the. Upcoming hall of fame and they said tell me a story about Ray Lewis and one makes him so, great besides, the things the fact that we know and there, was a long? Time ago, the first few years we did, NFL I we, had a PA on the show, who, played, at Syracuse and he was a. Senior at Syracuse, during, Ray Lewis is, freshman year Miami so this is a upperclassman offensive lineman at Syracuse and this freshman linebacker it's just coming out. Of nowhere everywhere and just wrecking the game plan so at one point this guy went over to the sidelines and he gets on the coaches, phone and they're screaming Adamov is how what Alibaba and the end of it says are you end up blocking that. Freshman linebacker or not, and to Jason's credit he looked at him on the phone and just said yeah probably not yeah he's that good And so when people say how good was. Ray. Lewis you knew it as a freshman college. How good he was going to and listen to the stories again I I, remember the first time I met Brian Urlacher Brian Urlacher. New Mexico is a safety Yup and return punts. And, then goes to Chicago, this was back when we were doing the NFL linemen and, linebackers were, included and he was a rookie and he was in it so that's why I met him as a rookie I and, and you just you saw the. Sizes and you're like you were. A safety you know in college and the athletes that you were and. Now sticking in the middle of that linebacking, position or the defensive position and just right from the, get-go another, one? Right from the start I'm always interested in guys who play different positions in college and move and we see that, a little, more nowadays how we're hybrid a, hybrid in some of the opposition's but man what and? You think about that, position for the Chicago Bears and middle linebackers in the, hall, of fame. For, its Bill George Hall of fame dick hall of fame Mike single Terry hall of fame, Brian Yeah he was he was asked about that last night as well and he, said when they, started, talking, about, that when I was. A first round pick I was like no no no let's not do that I'm not close to those guys and he said it took him a year to. Realize he could play and then the next year to realize I can improve and, then he sort of embraced the idea that he could. Be in that crowd but, it took him a few years to figure that, so I wonder and Riley I don't know if you can pull us up which position. Holds the most players by a team like that's four linebackers? From one team so, what what position would have the, have Multiple players from that team yeah, but that that's, a, lot, of, middle linebackers right there. I'll tell you that much for what three hundred and what do we have three hundred nineteen now players in the pro football hall of fame right in that. Area there that's that's a pretty impressive amount of middle linebacker yeah it certainly is, up by the way speaking of that here's a trivia. Question for you do you, know what university has the most hall of famers, in the hall of fame the pro football hall of fame USC oh so close they. Were second oh really yeah it was I Again no would? You play Notre Dame Notre Dame I. Knew, that I. Was I was..
"dick hall" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"The nfl you couldn't quite get to the ronnie lott stage how much of it is just organization you went to the bears after their ditka right after those three years okay but i can make the argument even in the dead koran ownership was a little dysfunctional the front office was a little dysfunctional go back to your career where i i can make the argument you're the best you're the best bear during your run there you were the best guy in the team for the bears yesterday tj cushman's auto told us about the bengal dysfunction where the owners didn't buy new towels gatorade or jock straps for players but i think the bears dysfunction that's what i think was it it was because at that time when i came in ninety ninety three was the cba ratification these were starting to change dick was fired in ninety three day once it came in there was a lot of change over lunch gang was starting to change and ownership was trying to catch up to it and it was just free new stadiums new practices so it's just a lot of things to try to get more to the players were before was all ownership and management control then the the new cba coming in ninety three things to change people don't give jimmy johnson changed a lot about football at that time thompson jimmy johnson by the way nobody made trades until jimmy may trays no one had the offseason programs the ot as they called me coaches school at the time jimmy johnson did all that stuff and that's when everything started he doesn't get enough credit for how you help change football revolutionized the to what it is today did you get along with i did i don't wanna give me give me a dick a question the story and i said you know what he never really talked to me because there was always the players the one big thing i do remember that i felt we were talking i was talking about this for richard dick hall of famer played golf with the other day and i said we're we're at practice one day and did did something and decadent and next they know they're mfn each other sparring back and forth like no big deal shut up i'll come over come on over here break your or you can do that nfl call of the coach and it won't get i'm like okay this is a different world than i'm used to yeah i mean even when they were winning buddy ryan and did get along jim mcmahon hated the ownership he hated the nfl member he'd put the band on anti pete roselle so the chicago though is a great american city it's a great football city right football sports fan oh by the way.
"dick hall" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast
"Stay put and the rest of us can get out if we just sag replace the seven hey if you're in the seven flora just to hang tight everything's fine you're on the seventh floor you might wanna try cell phone and your kids thank you you have an iphone maybe let everyone use it and try to facetime some loved ones so they go the movie the movie fell seeping left into because sometimes shoes tied at my feet and i feel like i want to be more comfortable still weird thing to do one hundred percent i'll give you that i'm getting no one's gonna finally that one dickey floor i don't feed them know your recliner chair oh that's good even in the recliner chairs i definitely leave my shoes on the entire time but you also have to unless chains and fuck no i have to have to answer a riddle know combination warlocks bone and put it into a key lock and the whole am i gonna live long ruffy making done this right so towa gauge my whole life could ralph you may have done this and i'm fine okay my sit in the middle seat if i really had to on an airplane ralph i'm so they go they go ahead of me and the people just get between us i'm not going to sit here and wait for lewis to put his pants back on live lewis dress that i so i'm like literally every every every corner returned after we went out like i'm assuming the shooter somebody's gonna shouting at us we got out you holding dave by the back of his shirt all human shield shooter i would shoot the guy with no shoes i absolutely look this ticket comfortable and movie theater then we got them out it was only dan dick hall it was only the alarm but we got out to the street but when we got out to the street like my my immediate reaction was get the fuck away from the crowds going across you away from everybody because there's so somebody on the rooftops trying to fuck like shoot into these crowds that's what they're gonna they're gonna wanna shoot into the crowd.
"dick hall" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"About the two different statements issued by chief of staff john kelly i think um the second statement that he's that he sat out reflected his thoughts which is that these allegations are deeply troubled they are shocking and i think the first statement reflected in other rob porter that we have no porter denies the allegations this is the fox reports fair and balanced between wibc mobile news all the level on the go you can celebrates and victories in the drug war cloudy and twenty nine degrees temperatures steady or slowly rising overnight you'll get a breezy and warmer friday i'm stand lear here's what's trending advisable to seized in a raid in delaware county crystal math and cocaine worth sixty thousand dollars in all kurt darling report 36yearold daniel fisher and 32yearold lauren mix though were arrested after drug investigators raided a home in muncie they found over four hundred fifty grams of crystal meth along with fifty two grams of heroin a loaded fortyfive caliber handgun was also found under a child's bad both are sitting in the delaware county jail on drug and gun charges fisher was sentenced to twenty five years in prison back in two thousand seven on similar charges he was released last june kirk darling 93 wibc mobile news several breaks of heroin and fed note were among the taken a drug busts last month at indy and now 36yearold gabriel mcquaid has been indicted by a federal grand jury is charged with dealing drugs in being a felon in possession of a firearm i am pds working with federal drug agents to identify individuals and organisations terrorising neighborhoods by dealing narcotics the talk kappel epsilon chapter at i bloomington has been shut down for the next three years other chapters have been closed in recent months and other states for hazing alcohol drug use in what's being called endangering behavior fortyone years ago today tony curtis' took dick hall hostage in indianapolis today a new movie with a lot of the footage of occurrences incident is being released on amazon tones under stores i'm chris davis you might remember seeing the 'keretsu his press conference live on tv with all the bad language or hearing koretz is talked to fred heckman on wibc the new movie is called dead man's why we had done this before to his sister who v maker allan very with the.
"dick hall" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Of indianapolis the kidnapping of debt call president of hall huddled company which owned meridian mortgage by tony curtis a man who had a mortgage were the company and who had a beef for the company to wibc reporter tom cochran was at the crestwood village apartments where currencies had taken hall occurred legal up to uh an apartment in a particular lulu now you can put yourself in dick calls shoes you're at the dinner table in the apartment of the man who took him hostage he's got you handcuffed and too tight and your neck is wired to the trigger of a sawedoff shotgun the kidnappers sitting right across from you and the gun is propped up on two thick foam books pointed at your face he says the places booby trap that explosives could blow give both to kingdom come if anyone makes the wrong move way sat down at the other dyer table uh on the corner of it a shifted the the shot got around to facing me and we sat in shares across the the corner of the dining room table and we spend a considerable amount of time he did have two cell phone books that he put the shotgun on and i remember very clearly that he said look at that hand and he handy he concentrated on on house daddy his hand was he said you know i've food any you'd bid a dead man if if a one is proud of his control of that hands so you wait and wait i remember spending a great deal of time at the table it was about that time those said decorous we're gonna we're gonna handle trial here and i'm gonna be the judge the jury the executioner you're hearing dick hall talk about time of the.
"dick hall" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The ad council if the dead man's trigger the the he'd rigged on it currence is called indianapolis police to let them know what he was doing and if they shot him or if either man trips that the gun would go off and killed dick hall well we we left said the office and and i've subsequently learned the elevator didn't work be by design i guess they they shut the power off the elevator so we had to walk down we're on the fourth floor we walked by a lady police officer who is in the in the hallway anna is kind of interesting we walked right buyer the hallways not very and sh she didn't do anything it was then i started thinking that criticism pretty much in control longtime indy newsman tom cochran was reporter for wibc a weird squandered on the police radios good some three hello rather mold was going on downtown recalled doug o'brien or mark watching these uh one of our fellow uh on something in the downtown area and he was converted to pick it up sharon brown everybody with towel case get out as his way and the offices says that he could take the hostages down to learn more also already nervous how aren't as of rankings downtown even is now walking down down on gunslinger market on the morning of february eight nineteen seventy seven the banks downtown showed nine degrees even though it was that cold tony koretz this marched dick call out of his office after wiring his next to the trigger device and keeping his finger on the trigger and the shotgun at the base of hall's head marched him through the lobby of meridian mortgage which was located at one twenty nine east market near the city county building and then out the door we were able to report live watching uh tony caruso truths walk ecole out of an office over a sort of snow covered snow encrusted sidewalks gun in the back of these had become riches watched his victim westward is astonished news than led by wsb's mark lessons vaughn a close behind usga do.
"dick hall" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The courageous crisis on ninety three wyde see now wired to the neck of his victims and his hand is wire uh according to a one man who walked much of the distance in the downtown area with them his hand is tied in such a way that would he be shot the fall of his body would pull the trigger on the shotgun and killed a hostage climb 93 wibc news director christening casse in nineteen 72 tony curtis didn't have any money but he had some land on the west side of indianapolis he ends four alone for meridian mortgage so that he could own the land outright and have the title threats as claimed he wanted to develop the land in dick holes father millard who is still in charge of the company at the time agreed to a to your mortgage it was extended after those two years were up that wasn't the only time ninetythree w ibc's cj milk you knew that if you get alone you have to pay it back which koretz says did not instead he got an extension an another extension when meridian mortgage found out that creates has had some good authorised for marsh grocery stores and some other businesses the by the land they encouraged him the cell says dick hall gritz refused even though he could have paid his mortgage off in made more than three hundred thousand dollars paul says during one meeting at the company offices and 19 76 koretz this became violently angry and millard hall grabbed him by the by sap and forced him out the office when koretz says took dead call hostage p was less than one month from defaulting on the mortgage grid says believed meridian mortgage could have done a better job helping him develop the land then he believed they wanted to own it and the velebit themselves hall denies that claim and his new book couret says the knee he says they only wanted to get their money back well that's ducruet's its claim and he conjured up plenty of drama to bring attention to i didn't always aim at that time with a shot ghani in his hand and appear to be paid no more wired to the knack of mr high at around nine thirty a m february.
"dick hall" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"And for the first time in almost forty years new audio from hostage dick hall now to february eighth nineteen seventy and jim lyons in that office explained rather what happened as at all the morning apathy there nothing evidently you made a bad real estate deal and he's gonna satellite city come in with a shotgun how'd you know when we had a i came in with deck he had two packages on his hand this gentleman dead sitting there waiting four and a half to talk to him one in his office i heard him started bad language you call the police i mean lanes all news on a settlers problems for all went on a roll he plans in his in his hands along was his uh flight lucked into errors box and he also had his arm in the slayings and he had some red the cure cromer something on his hand and i think one of the first questions asked and a civil twenty what happened to while isis elyse us polling some stumps and and with a with a drag line broke in it hurt morrow and obviously that was uh i guess and he's slowing you had son had a handgun upon not mistake hall says threats disused they had gone to control it while he wrapped the wire noose around halls neck with his shirt caller up curtis told him he didn't wanted shape it with a wire here use the handgun to control me until he rigged up the shotgun to my neck he added uh he awarded my neck and any carefully explained the the dead man's trigger the the he'd rigged on corrects is called indianapolis police to let them know what he was doing and if they shot him worth either man trips that the gun would go off and killed dick call well we we less the office and and i've learned the elevator didn't work bid by design i guess they shut the power off the elevator so we had to walk down we're on the fourth floor we walked by a lady police officer who is in the in the hallway anna it is kind of interesting we walked right buyer the hallways not very and is she didn't do anything it was then i started thinking that kurtz is pretty much in control longtime hindi newsman tom cochran was reporter for wibc a weird traffic.
"dick hall" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Meterologist todd glass them radio indiana w my leasing indianapolis our you're about to hear a story about a kidnapping that happened forty years ago some giltedged through rate fell off g yourself not into rough story for over by not going to run he also played like a damn laundry that you are it's violence store white male which caught hair all they wanted you me i shot john at the back of another man he was a stickler to do things by the moore twenty here told accurately and authentically from the files of wibc radio he had a little sign overuse dur in his office since should thrill dead man's wire the creates his crisis since lander i'm chris davis news director for wibc at one twenty nine east market street in downtown indianapolis forty years ago amending tony correctness believed that meridian mortgage and dick call the president of the company work tim over in a business deal so keret sis wired halls next to a sawedoff doublebarrelled shotgun it was a device called a dead man's wire that would cause the shotgun to go off and shoot hall in the head if either men tripped and fell or if the police shot koretz sis forty years ago on this street parrots us brought dick hall out of the building here on east market which was then meridian mortgage the store you're listening to follows two writs and haul from downtown indianapolis where currencies paraded his hostage through the streets in front of god and everyone with a shotgun pointed to the back of hall's head over to the crestwood apartments on nbc's west side where police the media and hall anchor at sis negotiated for sixty three hours what happened during those three days changed police methods media coverage and lives but you're about to here is a true story it's a violent story and some of the language is rough you'll hear the worst of it bleep doubt but you'll hear an accurate and authentic telling of the caribbean this crisis from wibc audio that has been stored since nineteen 77 you'll also hear parts of a wibc documentary from 1978 called three days at crestwood and you'll hear new interviews with reporters tom cochran and paul page former wish tv news director lee giles.
"dick hall" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Dot com due to contract restrictions with university and lear field communications we are forbidden to stream game currently ery non 93 wibc regular programming will return following the post game show we appreciate your understanding now we continue with this special program from wibc news thanks for listening radio indiana w my be seeing indianapolis you're about to hear a story about a kidnapping that happened forty years ago some giltedged sal so is yourself not interrupt store i'm not go under threat asia also played like a damn dog that you are it's the violencetorn quite male which caught hair all they wanted appears to me but shot john at the back of another man was he was clear to do things by the lord whitty here told accurately and authentically from the files of wibc radio he had seen over whose door in his office should feel dead man's wire the creates his crisis twenty two lander i'm chris davis news director for wibc at one twenty nine east market street in downtown indianapolis forty years ago manning tony koretz believe that meridian mortgage and dick call the president of the company worked him over and a business deal so keret sis wired halls next to a sawedoff doublebarrelled shotgun it was a device called a dead man's wire that would cause the shotgun to go off and shoot hall in the head if either men tripped and fell or if the police shot koretz his forty years ago on this street currence brought dick hall out of the building here on east market which was then meridian mortgage the store you're listening to follows terrific us and haul from downtown indianapolis where koretz is paraded his hostage through the streets in front of god and everyone pointed to the back of hall's head over to the crestwood months on india's west side where police the media and hall and koretz sis negotiated for sixty three hours what happened during those three days changed police methods media coverage and lives what you you're about to here is a true story it's a violent story in some of the language is rough you'll hear the worst of it bleep doubt but you'll hear an accurate and authentic telling of the.
"dick hall" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"To the back of his head in front of wife cameras we'd give some people causes to whether or not to put their uncontrollable situation it was the language that caused some television stations to drop out of live coverage you mean to rejoin reporter in that happened in indianapolis and apparently on some other stations that were their live maybe even providing network coverage and with free hickman at his side could riches backed is hostage down a hallway to the police command post rule and we're an hour lebed garrelts has decided to accept the terms offered emw ib reporter doug o'brien after a time there was a gun shop and everyone who heard it assume the work oh they're in glad there it was however merely corrects this clearing a shotgun after releasing his hostage garrelts this had opened the sliding glass door and fired into the air amazingly there were two swat team members outside at the ready when he did and they did not fire police chief eugene gallagher told us i think admirable restraint oz show uh larry broderick remembered police started wimbledon titles people were out there we were scared to death of something that happened with the two men out there and chief good tuned because they really were they did a job they'd they didn't as soon as he shot the gun he brought it in laid down and took all the shelves out of and that's all there was too but courageous just wasn't quite through i'll tell you what i tell you what i'd like to do right now really just give mr heckman like to stay he can stay power thank all you guys you don't know how much and distant me and dick here because i don't i'm sorry to what i've only once they ran on a revised get out of here so this may be alone how we've had enough for that i'd never lose it this sit with as long as you don't have any flop got hell he's not having any 5 out here high life detainee had words for dick hall at the end of the situation at day joubert stuck one of these year for three days and you had one in my four and a half years and w ibc's bread hekmatyar it's been a son of of this ready harden and i can't believe.
"dick hall" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"And he came there and with friend heckman at his side garrelts is backed his hostage down a hall away to the police command post room where an hour later garrelts has decided to accept the terms offered it wabc reporter doug o'brien after a time there was a gunshot and everyone who heard it assume the word oh it was however merely corrects this clearing a shotgun after releasing as hostage garrelts this had opened a sliding glass door and fired into the air amazingly there were two swat team members outside at the ready when he did and they did not fire police chief eugene gallagher told us i think admirable restraint rain was shown sheriff larry broderick remembered what he started related window i knew those people were out there we were scared to death that something will happen with the two men out there in chief you should be good tuned because they really were they did a job they they didn't move as soon as he shot the gun he brought it in late it down and took all the shelves donovan that solar was too but 'keiretsu it's wasn't quite through i'll tell you what i tell you what i like to do right now really just get mitch act when lightest aging stay i want to thank all you guys you don't know how much and just like the daycare because i'm sorry once they brand guys get out of here so this maccabi along we've had enough never miss it any thoughts about how he's not having any he had words for dick hall at the end of the situation i tell you jeopardise stuck one each year for three days and you had one in my four and a half years and wibc spread me it's been a son of a ready can't believe it lifts like i said i'll flat guarantee of.
"dick hall" Discussed on KPCC
"Accept a second cat so you have both cats in um walled off spaces but in the same room so like there's some kind of like little fence between them or their own their each in their own little crates so they're in the same room but are completely protected from each other so that they learn to act 'climate to each other with without fear of being attacked yes a once they've m got used to the smell of each other and they've heard each other and they're happy with all those things and we would physically introduced them so that they could see each other and by this stage they should be able to recognize each other by smell so it shouldn't be like oh my goodness who is as creek sure in my house because they've already smelt this animal and they'll match the smell but as a safety measure we would always make sure that they can't physically interact at the beginning beyond just a nose to knows greeting when cats m tend to meet each other they do so by sniffing each other at their noses and then if there if there are wellknown to one another and part of the same familial group they may go onto them facial rob but for cap swimmer introducing them to each other and nosetonose m touch our sniff is is simply enough that that's all we would be really looking for with no agonise dick hall hostile behaviors and so they're able to do this through through a barrier through a mesh door through a baby gate but we've prevented the opportunity for any hall style behavior an eventuality that it did a car because we know we know from scientific study that if at the first true meeting cats fight then the chances of us being able to get those cats to live together it's really he really difficult and the first meeting is really crucial if you're just joining us my guest is sarah l she's a cat behavior specialist and co author of the new book the train abhu cat let's take a short break here than we'll talk some more this is fresh air kpcc supporters include the ucla lusk skains school of public affairs presenting off the tee cable on autumn series of events and screenings that explore ideas around urban agriculture food security and food policy along with their effects on crude systems and the.
"dick hall" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Both cats in um walled off spaces but in the same room so like there's some kind of like little fence between them or their own their each in their own little uh crates so they're in the same room but they are completely protected from each other so that they learn to acclimate to each other with without fear of being attacked yes a once they've and got used to the smell of each other and they've heard each other and they're happy with all those things then we would physically introduced them so that they could see each other and by this stage they should be able to recognize each other by smell so it shouldn't be like oh my goodness who is this creature in my house because they've already smelt with animal and they'll match the smell but as a safety measure we would always make sure that they can't physically interact at the beginning beyond just a nose to knows greeting when cats m tend to meet each other they do so by sniffing each other at their noses and then if there if there are wellknown and to one another and part of the same familial group they may go on to them facial rob but for cats when we're introducing them to each other and nose to knows m touch our sniff is is simply enough that that so we would be really looking for with no agonise dick hall style behaviors and so they're able to do this through through a barrier through a mesh door or or through a baby gate but we've prevented the opportunity for any hostile behaviour an eventuality that it did a car because we know we know from scientific study that if at the first true meeting cats fight then the chances of us being able to get those cats to live together israel really really difficult and the first meeting is really crucial if you're just joining us my guest is sarah ellis she's a cat behavior specialist and co author of the new book the train 'able cat let's take a short break here than we'll talk some more this is fresh air an and her down and there and now and support for npr comes from this station and for math made easy amend its learning center franchisees committed to the idea.
"dick hall" Discussed on KFC Radio
"You can have sex with buckingham extra over i would almost encourage it see you just don't love passionately and that's why my that's why my relations of the social were in one hardened burn out lovely i'm the scare motivated dated i come in highs a fucking threer pistol and it's like after asked gulf conversations i thought it was going to your your idea fucking my aim in real hot something about second dick hall fell far naji data mantra southbound cocky this caramel you've dating put that one on a fog in tombstone put that at the top of the resume so i guess final answer for all you guys that would be there's no statute of limitations on prison like you get that grow forever you go to prison you murder someone you go to prison for life i can touch that grow tom if i'm in prison for life yes yeah meagre of the frog in was all going to find out about yeah that's what you'd have lost all your rights by becoming a murderer but you guys are a bunch of i feel like if i was in prison for life fraud even get more mad about it like waldman that's all you have that's all you at all yet i guess you right they'll like it's a really about i don't think of it like those growth if you really really like but see needed ju come on i did it i've ever earlier in your award brain if you if you're like real into a check i get that for sure like you had the one like the one girl for sure look at but but but you get one that you get one now yeah dog that's my role in my room and you get to look at your body of work it's like it's like a player when it's like all right you play i si yeah it's a he played as one french as the bulk of your career and then you went to a couple other spots you can claim that one you want to tell me it's third year pinstripes fine but you don't get to talk to me about like elway way on the fucking chiefs in mj on the wizards i'm fuck in those girls montana chased by gary say yeah attention the i get what you're saying but i'm just i'm like a terrific who i would be then.
"dick hall" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"Dick hall maybe still the uh he's probably athletic director now but he was the soccer coach for thing was greenhill if i recall greenhill academy uh all of us had to have extra revenue beyond what we were being paid uh and that was a carryover really from the early seventies and you know to the all my teammates credit they all understood that was the deal you know we're here not just to win games are also here to win people were not here just to make money were give an inch this is about giving an opportunity uh to play and to see america and to and several those people obviously have become citizens and uh been very good contributors and bobby moffitt to really good example uh and uh that was just the air and and i give ron newman credit for this because as i think i mentioned to you earlier he was very adamant uh and very strong uh in what the guidelines in the rules were and so we all understood that if someone from the front office called us and said can you make an appearance at jefferson elementary school um you know right after practice on tuesday uh it was yes ma'am yes sir was we're going to go do it uh and did you get anything absolutely not that was just part of the adventure and the venture and the vision and uh with very few exceptions in there were a and there were few but particularly among the old the the older guys who who'd been there around for awhile uh uh getting can cooper in and uh bobby moffitt in a roy turner and those guys they all totally understood what this was about yes it's about playing good soccer entertaining soccer winning soccer but it's also about winning a region of america that is focused on totally different world of football for the most part and uh not to ever eliminate and the purpose and to this day i don't ever want to hurt american football i just wanna get world football on an equal status um with.