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"dick lynch" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"From the brain implants, helping a paralyzed man to write and later the oyster, just seaweed, So everything is very affordable. This is the future for some political Protecting endangered species in Mexico. First our top stories Hello. I'm David Harper with the BBC News. Political and religious leaders in Israel have appealed for calm following a wave of street violence between Jews and Arabs, Israelis that's been triggered by the conflict with the Palestinians. In Gaza President Reuven Rivlin described the outbreaks of rioting in several towns and cities as senseless civil war. The Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, said nothing excused either community attacking the other. Assumed of elements Dick Lynch shallower of India with him. Nothing justifies the lynching of Arabs by Jews, and nothing justifies the lynching of Jews by Arabs. It's unacceptable. But the Israeli citizens, I say it doesn't matter to me. If your blood boils, you can't take the law into your own hands. You can't take an ordinary Arab citizen and lynched them. Mr Netanyahu said he was giving police emergency powers to restore order on would deploy the military if necessary. Heavy Israeli airstrikes have continued through the night in Gaza on Palestinian militants are still launching waves of rockets towards Israeli cities. Israel's security cabinet has approved plans to escalate the bombardment of Gaza. At least 67. Palestinians, including 15 Children have been killed since the fighting began on Monday. Seven have been killed in Israel, among them a child and a soldier. President Biden has spoken to Prime Minister Netanyahu about the conflict and said he was hopeful that the violence would end soon. In a phone call with the Palestinian President, Mahmoud Abbas, the U. S Secretary of state, Antony Blinken emphasized the needs to end the rocket attacks. The U. S. Is sending a top diplomat to the Middle East to urge both sides to de Escalate. Peter Bos reports. Striking an optimistic note. But without providing details. President Biden said his expectation and hope was that the cycle of violence would end sooner rather than later. He said his national security team had been in frequent contact with counterparts in Israel, Egypt, Saudi Arabia on the United Arab Emirates to try to bring about a resolution of the conflict. Statement from the White House about Mr Biden's call with Benjamin Netanyahu said the president conveyed his unwavering support for Israel's security on legitimate right to defend itself and its people. Resident. Bindon has said the approval of the finds a vaccine for Children in the United States from the age of 12 is an important step in the fight against the Corona virus pandemic. Mr Biden urged parents to make sure their Children get the shot, saying getting teenagers vaccinated would bring America closer to normality. We're gonna have for the first time. It's safe and effective. Covert 19 vaccine for adolescents over the 12 years of age, and this is one more giant step on our fight against the pandemic. I sincerely think the scientists, researchers and clinical trial participants deserve our thanks. They've all made this possible. Life from London. This is the latest world news from the BBC. Tens of thousands of Colombians have taken to the streets again in anti government protests in the capital, Bogota and several other cities. It's the 15th day of March his blockades and strikes which were initially fueled by anger about a tax reform plan, which has now been withdrawn, The protests have morphed into a wider movement against the government of president even do que people are demanding an end to police violence, income support for those hard hit by the Corona virus crisis. And the retraction of health care reforms. The former press secretary to the Brazilian president gyroball scenario has admitted that for two months, the government ignored an offer from Fizer of a contract to buy their covert vaccine. Fab, You fight bite, Ganson told a pair of parliamentary inquiry that he did not hear until November. There's an offer had been made in September. He blamed bureaucracy for the delay. Australia has registered a record take up of Rutan rooftop solar panels. The trend marks of further move away from Australia's historic dependence on coal for power generation film. Ursa has more detail. Australia is one of the Sonny's places in the world, and one in four homes now have solar panels on their roof installations last year increased by more than a quarter from 2019. The cost of technology has fallen on the pandemic has also played a part. For Australians of working from home and have been keen to invest in green energy. Australia remains heavily dependent on coal for electricity. Although the rise of renewable power appears unstoppable. The value of Bitcoin has plunged after the CEO of the electric carmaker Tesla said the company would no longer accept the crypto currency for payments alone. Musk tweeted that the decision was taken out of climate concerns. Bitcoin mining and transactions need huge amounts of computer processing power, which consumes a lot of electricity. ABC News Thanks very much for listening to the news room from the BBC World Service with all of the Conway in a worrying development for the Israeli government's the current fighting with the Palestinians. Spilled over into clashes inside Israel. Separate mobs of Arab Israelis and Jews have gone on the rampage, attacking people from rival communities. This footage showed men carrying Israeli flags, pulling a man out of his car and beating him unconscious..
"dick lynch" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"In Gaza President Reuven Rivlin described the outbreaks of rioting in several towns and cities as senseless civil war. The Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, said nothing excused either community attacking the other. Assumed of all moments, Dick Lynch Schiller of imbued him. Nothing justifies the lynching of Arabs by Jews, and nothing justifies the lynching of Jews by Arabs. It's unacceptable. But the Israeli citizens, I say it doesn't matter to me. If your blood boils, you can't take the law into your own hands. You can't take an ordinary Arab citizen and lynched them. Mr Netanyahu said he was giving police emergency powers to restore order on will deploy the military if necessary. Heavy Israeli airstrikes have continued through the night in Gaza on Palestinian militants are still launching waves of rockets towards Israeli cities. Israel's security cabinet has approved plans to escalate the bombardment of Gaza. At least 67 Palestinians, including 15 Children have been killed since the fighting began on Monday. Seven have been killed in Israel, among them a child and a soldier. President Biden has spoken to Prime Minister Netanyahu about the conflict and said he was hopeful that the violence would end soon. In a phone call with the Palestinian President, Mahmoud Abbas, the U. S Secretary of state, Antony Blinken emphasized the needs to end the rocket attacks. The U. S is sending a top diplomat to the Middle East to urge both sides to de Escalate, Peter Boats, reports. Striking an optimistic note. But without providing details. President Biden said his expectation and hope was that the cycle of violence would end sooner rather than later. He said his national security team had been in frequent contact with counterparts in Israel, Egypt, Saudi Arabia on the United Arab Emirates to try to bring about a resolution of the conflict. A statement from the White House about Mr Biden's call with Benjamin Netanyahu said the president conveyed his unwavering support for Israel's security on legitimate right to defend itself and its people. Resident. Bindon has said the approval of the finds a vaccine for Children in the United States from the age of 12 is an important step in the fight against the Corona virus pandemic. Mr Binding, urged parents to make sure their Children get the shot, saying getting teenagers vaccinated would bring America closer to normality. We're gonna have for the first time. It's safe.
"dick lynch" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE
"Dick Lynch is a collector of a very particular kind of Australian made chisel. I've got another guest to introduce to you now, who is a wrong case and who is joining us tonight from the UK? Hello, Ron. Welcome to night Life. Hello Over there down there. It's half past one month's time here, and it's a blue sky. Here you go. Well, now I know you're a cane collector and researcher And you've written a book called the Adjustable Spanner history, Origins and development. But before we talk about your hand tools, you actually have another string to your bow that I want you to tell us about what What's your main career being aside from being a toll collector? Well, it's more than a strange It's uh, it's a whole lifetime of making music. Uh, Electron IX on I've got my own studio Act made hundreds of film soundtracks, albums and what with Pink Floyd? And, you know, done a lot of stuff you right? Right. That's the main line anyway. That's that's your main claim to fame. Not this. Not this adjustable spanner, babe. No, no, no, no. I see that. You see, I see the observed in the whole thing. Um, but but deep of a serious absurdity in all hand tools, I use them. I used chisels. I used planes use it. Except of adjustable standards. They're all important. That collecting is? Yeah, well, there's a big problem because there are many levels of collecting. There's they're holding. This possession. You need another one. You need to complete Something. There's the heritage of the family family heritage. Expect the boys were talking there about you know, people possessing. Things from previous generations. On in my case that several of those already but there's a history to me on because I've acquired one sister. Not a rare shifter, but I didn't know how it worked on Ben. I had to find out. No, I am I right in thinking this was ah, shifting spanner that belong nor had belonged to your father. Yes, That's right. That's right. It was, uh it was a kind of ah, color a 15 Kama Tomo, hold the door. And I was fascinated by that. And of course I acquired it. I think I don't know if I had pinched it, I think asked. T have it on and And then It was God set me off and then when the big fair phenomenon After that in the UK, the 19 eighties. Um I just I was finding rusty lump. A bucket. Andre. Then I had to find out how they worked to climb on in order to find out only what you have to clean them. On bond. Of course, John has covered the lot of that aspect. Electrolysis. Yeah, all that stuff. Yeah. There you go. Um, as there was no history. I started looking up, You know books, and there wasn't as John has said those the books around. Not many, really. I know many that any good, so I I set off once I'm gone. I've got what you call a significant number off. Of items of Spanish, I realized I would have to write the history. So I did. So I thought that that I've written from the UK point of view E couldn't cover America. They shouldn't do that Only thing, um John's doing Australia. Um And, uh, I'm going. The origins s so I wrote that but the adjustable spanner Well, yeah, really well. Going, so I'm just wondering, I mean, adjustable or not, how long have spent his being around Although there has gone has said they started in the blacksmith's shop as a means of gripping anything. I mean, they wouldn't even have been used to turn or not. They would have been used to grip. The edge of a piece of metal and to bend it. And then when knots came along when the great Joseph Whitworth on the light came along to event or to develop the school. A thread. Um, not evolved, and they're nuts will then had to be turned. So there's the blacksmiths would just lose the pool, but that they already had to tell him the nuts. Um And then, of course. When the screw came in properly. Even more developed. Then the as John has said, the worm, the rack and worm system and various other crazy inventions. If used, Selby say. So, Ron, how many adjustable spanner it's do you have in your collection? What I've got about 3000 U K. Bar. 600 friend 600, German Uh, I'm a few American ones. I know a lot about the American scene, but I really do want to let them get on with their own things. That's right. You can't write. Everyone spent a history can use. So what? What's your oldest spanner, But you have run Well, I did similar, you know, E Saunders said this before 18 hundreds. You can't date anything unless a blacksmith actually stamped. A date on, um but 17 late 17 hundreds, probably with blacksmiths. That too. Um on similarly The you know 18 20 on up. Um I'm still researching. In fact, having written the plus book, the Adjustable better. I'm nearly finished. Adjustable spanner, too, because so much new in commission payment that I had to Get that together. I'm nearly finished that Ron. I wonder when you were back in the heart of your music career. Whether you would have imagined that later on, you'll be writing books about Spanish. No, no. No. And the writing the history, um, the serious point about the history. Of any two is it runs in as a microcosm. In parallel with the Industrial revolution, and that's serious bit. The the Sunday it is seeing, and in the case of these These adjustable ghouls, seeing how many inventors spend ages off their lives on a fair amount of money. Exempting things that was never gonna make it on Glen hundreds hundreds of intentions. Yeah. Fantastic sakes. Incredible Means of adjustment. Sliders, screws, strings. Leave us all that. On Dove course That's no come down to one design. And that is the barnacle off. The some people call it the present. Which is what ever you know, mechanics have got one in the back pocket Ron to actually work with with the tools. I'll just collect them. Uh, I don't want no, I don't work with. No, because I'm not. I'm not. I'm a proficient would come and some extent now becoming metal downer. Um, that neither of those activities require the adjustable spanner. No, I'm just concerned with it amusing mechanisms..
"dick lynch" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Cowboys the week before let's face it what could the giants do in this magical quest a lot of people thought that farmville when the Packers had the advantage when the weather was going to be so cold outside in the line manning for Mississippi New Orleans just like Brett Farr put fresh farm was used to that kind of weather you lie was well if you live near the mall as the Plaxico Burress's big put on a clinic twenty one below certainly didn't seem that way all with Carl banks in the great deflation the booth with me it's time for the giants in Packers enjoy our classic giant three play exclusively on your flagship station for big blue WFIN dot com and the fan sports radio one I'm not a fan of sports radio sixty six WFAN WFAN FM New York stay connected the following is a presentation of radio dot com sports presented by five hour energy shots a tropical flavors giants will compete for a berth in the Superbowl as they take on the Green Bay Packers in the NFC championship game today is January the twentieth two thousand and eight seventeen years ago today in San Francisco the giants win another NFC championship game railing in the ball game thirteen to twelve it was the defense that made the start and the stock your current jazz off break in the line John Lawrence Taylor's fumble recovery the giants still needed to make a who would do it better than Mr clutch Matt Bahr so fast forward to two thousand and eight the giants are trying to re write their history as they take on the Green Bay Packers the Packers defeated the giants earlier this season thirty five thirteen but that was in week two and a lot's changed since then the big move won nine consecutive on the road which is the most by any NFL team in the same season now one thing will be a factor in this game whether or will it be Tom Coughlin our team is not going to entertain a whole lot of questions or spend a lot of time talking about the weather it is what it is not a whole lot we can do about it two teams half the planet we've been resilient in the weather I think will perform very well whatever the what we prefer to do really is to focus on the things we can't control we have no way of controlling that just didn't want to buffalo the server didn't when we went to Chicago we need to focus on the Green Bay Packers theme which is a very good football coming off a win against Seattle last week forty two twenty former giant Ryan grant ramp rover two hundred yards the big blue no they must contain the running game of the Packers and establish a running game of their own sixty minutes of football the sides a berth in Super Bowl forty two will be the giants and Packers will answer that question coming your way next it's time to set the scene and go up to the booth with Bob Papa Dick Lynch and cold thanks giants football is from Lambeau field in Green Bay Wisconsin it's the NFC championship game as the New York Giants take on the Green Bay Packers the big book come in with a record of twelve and six they went down to Dallas and like they walked out of Texas stadium with a twenty one seventy victory the Packers fourteen at the rate of forty two twenty feet out of Seattle last week they which they fell behind fourteen nothing bad came from behind and won the game it's the largest deficit the factors of every race in post season play temperatures about minus one degrees wind chill factor of minus seventeen below but the players it's the task at hand executing each and every plight so glad you could join us for the NFC championship game Bob Papa Dick Lynch Carl banks our cross on the sideline Mr Lynch will start with you nineteen sixty two Yankee Stadium giants in Green Bay Packers in a game in which he was just as cold as this will but the wind conditions were even greater that day their recollections yes it was brutal it was a heck of a good game but hard hitting and we wore no gloves just went out there and hit people which we always.
"dick lynch" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The game giants twenty one cowboys seventeen Bob Bob Dick Lynch Carl banks our cross now boys have a third and twenty at their own forty nine yard line we've seen a bevy of flags on this possession double gun against the giants Romo got called for a grounding Samberg John for the near side right Colin's student loan Whitten flag flap great emotion to the left Wrobel calling signals here's drops out numbered no blitz Romo back months looks grown what deep down the left side he looked over to underthrown great coverage he had no place to run really and he was put under some pressure John until like four guys around owns as Romo threw it deep yeah so the cowboys will send out the punting unit in Adams flows will slow getting up very slow to fall he's a big guy Tony appears got the giants out of a blitz it was only a four man rush Romo took another hit if you try to throw to all in down the left slaughter just ranted street hi James Butler and the ball was underthrown grocery on the throne three in a row he's missed so Mick prior to bond corners at his own ten three fifty four to go in the dryer takes the snap sets it includes a high kick McWatters a fair catch at the giants eleven yard line both twelve forty yard punt now the pressure is clearly on the Dallas Cowboys now this is where giants like a mark Bradshaw I'm in the game can help this team because they can make him out underneath with linebackers in is the same as the five yard run drawl place so I think this would be a good time for him to run out the clock check in with our cross three years ago they call the four the office has for with well when I worked his way love cuts back right across the fifteen of the sixteen any it's not down there you will pick four yards up on the fly three thirty to go in the ball game salvos only up one time out remaining and the two minute warning remember they had to take a time out on offense just now before they had too many men did have enough men on the field I need six first downs you down to get first goes right to the near sideline I sat behind manning thank you thank you shop picks his way right into the yard and that's it good seventeen yard line so they'll set up thirty five for the giants still an opportunity for Bradshaw will continue to bring in Smith again he's been good on third down and they have great you're still in the backfield to be put into a two hundred thirty two thirty to go movie right he's worked on the successful is to present a slot manning the gun it's six the staff takes a knee high control look smart rules right under pressure so the fourteen yard line we don't feel we couldn't floor you don't want to lose it on the near side well John stated very should've made himself available once occurred during the rush there you just sit there and never never look to make himself available you should have two minute warning twenty one seventeen giants on the New York Giants radio.
"dick lynch" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"FM New York skyline and Dave Jennings back to New York in Dallas the giants and cowboys fourteen of the giants scored the opening touchdown Amani Toomer was a touchdown catch and run Alex responded with a pair of their own to ninety plus yard drives but the giants right before the end of the half with a seven play seventy one yard drive in just forty six seconds tied the game up the money tumor with his second touchdown catch in the first half and that is where we stand through thirty minutes of the N. F. C. divisional playoff the only other game earlier today that was an upset in Indianapolis to San Diego Chargers will play for the NFC championship they beat the Indianapolis Colts twenty eight to twenty four and they get it shorthanded know Philip rivers later in this game he went down with a knee injury and he did throw three touchdowns before it went out but Billy Volokh came in in relief and led the Chargers to the go ahead score also with Damien Tomlinson hurt his knee in that game did not play for the majority of it but San Diego still able to find a way to beat the colts today so they will head to New England next week to take on the patriots who got the win last night over the Jaguars thirty one to twenty so they advance to the AFC championship and wonder this game will play the Green Bay Packers it'll either be in Dallas or in Green Bay next week and then as we took a look at how this first half on rebelled the judge have to be extremely pleased after giving up a ten minute drive to be able to bounce back and you were hoping for maybe a field goal before the end of the half but they really cash in which seven that was you did exactly what they had to do and it's it's a little bit of a surprise in may that score at is looking at a field goal but does anybody better right now on this team and Amani Toomer has been spectacular in in the playoffs through that down the stretch we've seen last year what they are without a man that's not much of the receiving corps because everybody else gets all the attention but Amani Toomer the veteran just continues to get it done he's a veteran he knows how to play knows how to win he knows how to touch a catch touchdown passes it's a pleasure to watch him the cowboys with that ten and a half minute drive in a big part of that being able to run the football they have rushed for a hundred and fourteen yards through the first half but giants have got to find a way to shut down Marion barber well it's it's one of the keys we talked about it being in the game running the football is something it's it's the new teams like because it takes pressure off them they don't have to pass a football so that's you know something you got to find out a solution to Tony Romo eight of fourteen for eighty two yards and a touchdown in the first half that touchdown to Terrel Owens who has four catches for forty nine yards and he's he looks to be a hundred percent may he see he's he's something else doesn't seem to be any kind of problem for Mr all ends as you would expect Marion barber already over a hundred yards rushing on just sixteen carries the is that thirty six yard run that led to the first Alice touchdown in that first quarter when they were able to tie the game up foot to the other side Eli manning eight of thirteen one hundred and thirty yards and two touchdowns what's impressed you watch concern your body line the first half I thought at the beginning of second half a second quarter when he came into the game he didn't look like the light you know the last two weeks a little you know just this fear happy feet and I I was concerned about that all the foods you know see that the second half yeah you had that one three and out series right and he just bounced back after a ten play drive and you have to like what you saw especially big catches by Steve Smith not an easy catch to make a near midfield and then Kevin boss down near the goal line both huge catches with the first one for twenty two and bosses went for nineteen about Corey Webster Corey Webster is a giant fans out there were probably feeling that that one is going to come back to haunt us now the touchdown certainly eases the pain but after that dropped interception oh boy that was a that was a moment where everybody's heart went into their throat and they probably couldn't believe that he never have everybody out here in the newsroom is going nuts well we could not figure out how we drop that ball but in the end the giants have found a way to not this game up one other note very quickly we also talked about the flip side of having to run the ball Brandon Jacobs has not been that effective seven for thirty but Ahmad Bradshaw when he's been in the game is that good explosiveness good spark three carries for twenty yards is that talked about that before the game now he's got to get in there and get some work and he said and done very nice job number one key here for the giants in the second half is hold on a football we haven't seen any turnovers I believe and just make do with what you got out there to fail because they gave got enough to win knock on wood knock on wood the copyright of this broadcast is owned by the New York football giants incorporated all rights to this broadcaster reserved and any rebroadcast recording transmission or other use of this broadcast without the express written permission of the New York football giants incorporated is prohibited by Papa Dick Lynch Carl back standing by with the call the second half the giants and the cowboys tied at fourteen in the NFC divisional playoff at Texas stadium second half coming up next on the giants radio network on WFAN let's say you just bought a house bad.
"dick lynch" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Of thirty nine eleven yards for the job eight thirty seven o'clock wrapped up for the extra point kick off it's a three D. we still look good the numbers twenty one many cases please wait for the only number twenty six we see the same thing the end of the line Johnson twenty four seven lead at seven fifty six to go in the Balkans Bob Bob and Dick Lynch rob banks are cross look at this game Bobby great play quality by the defense coordinator in the office were located at twenty four unanswered points first transaction growth well Garcia Robles the way by doctor intended failure great player lazy F. at that time by the receiver who's you know you're leading the giants just to have their way on both sides Joe Garcia this office has to have some sense of urgency here because and the defense has to be well rested because that eight minute thirty seven yard thirty eight minutes thirty seven seconds start in the third quarter to quarter changeover everything but on the field for a while let's see about his role the twenty he's not down for twenty one yards short of first down thirty one what's more no huddle to continue to play good good don't give up four yards because the clock is in their favor box four for four on thirty one I see it for the long with one of we can't win this game get the three at some point over the top get on school seventeen with seven minutes left to go in the game it's got to be aware of that too Germany Steve thirty second with our cross the justice system you know to jet offense we are the father can get downfield looks like wait a second right tackle Jeremy Trueblood well some of it has to do with the fact that Garcia although he's only been sacked once has been pounded all game absolute great job by the defense of our number sixty five sixty second M. sixty the twenty ninth because she only twenty yards one interception and knocked down quite a bit probably fifty sixty Watson seven nothing lead after one giant said minus two yards of offense in the first quarter the second ten to the twenty four see you back this down by peers at the thirty one yard line negative thirty go back up there and they put it in there now change of pace guy got to be aware of that the jury forty games this guy just does not hasten your scored out anywhere the second leading rusher for Stanford third reading from the box thirty one I see a calling signals which is why C. out of the gun the front steps up to a progressive he's got a first down the forty years ago our experience is going the five thirty seven to go he gets back up as the trainers came out to attend the Jane got hit all looks like a little burner there he ran into Donald Penn the tackle sign up for thirty seven.
"dick lynch" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront
"The sound of my voice New Year's Day on CNN tonight President President Trump's border chief promising trump is close to delivering his promised wall and while many Latino voters opposed trump's wall of course one supporter. No Paso thinks he can help win over over those same voters out front are you a member borders panics yet ray Baca has his work cut out for him as the chair. Chair of the Border Hispanics for trump living in the democratic stronghold of El Paso. His goal is to get Latinos to help reelect the president. But the odds are against him on with mortar Hispanics for trump. Are you have you heard of us. As the sixty five year old sees it. There are countless Latinos who support the president but are afraid to admit it. He hopes to convince them that their values are or more in line with the GOP. And with trump I look at president trump as one who most closely represents my values people will hear that and say values values values is the president. Has When you say that. What do you mean? I'm being supporting things that I support being against. Abortion being for limited government involvement being for border security indeed support for trump in Texas among Latinos has remained steady at thirty percent according to a recent CNN. Poll the unwavering unwavering support comes in the face of criticism over the president's rhetoric on the Latino community which is critics at best see as offensive and at worst racist when Mexico it goes sends its people. They're not sending their best. How can you still support somebody who they see as saying racist things against the Latino community? I disagree I I. I really don't think he's said things that are racist in August twenty. Two people were killed in a racist attack targeting Latinos El Paso Walmart Bacha says anyone who blames trump because of his rhetoric and border policies is trying to make political hay of the shooting. I just don't think you can hold a president or president trump in particular responsible responsible for the actions of a Single Madman Bach agrees with the president on most things but not everything mainly though he supports the idea of a wall. He questions the practicality of building one across the entire US Mexico border a signature issue for trump and his base. But I see him with his fault I see him warts and all. I don't WanNA spend two hundred billion dollars on wall if you can do it for fifty million and solve the problem. I'm Rebecca. We're good to see you good to see you tonight. bacchus pitch for trump comes at an impromptu gathering of conservatives but even in a friendly crowd it can be a hard sell. Thank you bye-bye can't what all but there are already some unlikely voters he doesn't have to win over the president trump president originally from Mexico twenty nine year old block of basically became a US citizen just five years ago she plans on voting for trump trump again in two thousand twenty. I massive but why you know like I feel like someone's GonNa throw eggs. I'm your I'm going to be shunned from the Hispanic community. Can you know shunned by some. Perhaps but that's what Ray Baca and trump are counting on. We need to get our Hispanic brethren to whip voting Democrats Democrats simply because that's what they've always voted Dick Lynch CNN Texas. Thanks so much nick and thank you so much for joining us tonight. A C three sixty starts now. Are you interested in learning how enterprise scale companies drive organic traffic to increase their online visibility than download the voices of search podcast from the heart of Silicon Valley here search metrics. CEO Jordan Kuni. Does he delivers actionable. Insights Dowdy was data to navigate. Get the ever. Changing landscape of Google Apple Amazon the voices of search podcast arms search engine marketers and business analysts with the latest news and insights. They they need to navigate the ever changing landscape of search engine optimization and content. Are you ready to learn to use search data defined strategic insights about your competition petition and your industry as a whole and search for voices of search wherever you download podcasts. That's three simple words voices of search to learn the secrets of search engine and content marketing..
"dick lynch" Discussed on The Televerse
"We Danny everything she's ever done. Bernie all the people in their thatched shooting. All all people also aria. Why do they need to leave the shelter because we're gonna die there in the in? So they need to run onto the streets that they can get mowed down by doth rocky. I mean like, oh my God. It's so stupid. And if the only thing you can do to try to get him emotional for your episode is pretend to kill aria three times what the fuck sorry cash. I really wanted to, to go off even more time. Do you have? Well how about we check in again next week without half an hour of technical facilities. Sure. Yeah, we'll have a whole new crop of things to be mad about. Somebody drinks, we're gonna drinks. I needed the pelicans veep finale after. Thank God it was great right only it was. So good. Okay. Well, thank you. Lovely people for coming out and letting me rant at you. And also, sometimes with you. Where can our listeners find you in your work online? You can find me on Twitter at Clint Worthing, and I also a senior writer at consequence of sound editor in chief of the film and TV website, the school, which you could find the spool dot net. I'm Alison she maker Ican confined me on Twitter at Allison shoe. And I don't know other places, all of the places you can you can read my totally ridiculous weekly game of thrones column, who eight best on this week's game of thrones takeout dot com. This week's answer was no one. It was great. You can hear all of our lovely voices on the spoils, a hall of faces definitely my, my wonderful guests, and then then I'm on rather frequently to talk about our favorite. Not every most, but not all most all anyways listeners. Thank you so much. I would say reach out with your thoughts, but if you are super with this episode unless you've got a compelling like thoughtful reason that you want to engage with me about probably just don't just but if you wanna bitch about it with me at the telephone Twitter, you know, I love that shit. So can I ask closing as a closing note? Can I add my very favorite thing about last night's episode before it, it's that you can sing the name Peter dick Lynch to the theme song over and over again? And it's the best just go. Dinky petered, inkling petered English feeder. Dink ledge Peter Dink Pete it. And it's the best. Feels like the right level, like the right note, to end on the right appropriate respectful approach to, to the show and inappropriate way to celebrate one of the terrific actors on this show. Okay. Thank you also much. I'll back later this week for a game of thrones, mostly free. Televise by buddy. Bye.
"dick lynch" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"You can't you can't you can't have a standoff within the with the game with Nike Inc. Right. Nike's gonna come sit on your reading stoop and let you just talk down to you. This is a fatty, but she was outside. I guess you wanted to see everything that and I, and I think she wanted to show that hey, I'm out here with my people. Yeah. I mean, an interesting because remember when the Kingsland was under siege. Shafi right. Yeah. And well, you're gonna say when dick Lynch said or am said, you gotta be out there for your. Men yet. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Jeffrey punk ass was was scared. But remember when Thursday was holed up with sonza and just talking shit and drinking wine as like the fuck gains. Landon was about to get taken over by standards Barath. And if for her father thailandish, they're coming into last second saving all cane's landing like she was prepared to die in that crip like with some with. They wanted them and people like to drink so boys inch or something and signs. It was like, you know, I'm gonna be outside with everybody just a complete totally opposites thirsty. So yeah. Then dragons fly overhead we see Johnny Danny on the Greg Ganz grey, worm tore my Barrick to have and Jamie Dulles, Ed Kendra and sale all on the front lines Dolor s still making jokes about them. You of here. I know you're gonna die shit. Like that might do you need to just be happy. You got another body. I hear me. The dust Raqi at this point. We're doing like the glory prayer seen before they go to war at the end of glory yet. I wanna hold move. First of all, why aren't they code? I feel like we should cut to like we cut to everybody in their armor and all that shit. And there are we ready to fight. And then they cut to the doctor, and they should be like shit shirt. But yeah, they was out there. Singing, Omar long. On general mcken folk. Raping up. So I was the prizes. See ginger woke up in time for the battle because I aria blown is entire backout. He was going to sleep that one off. But he was up there. Ready to fight legs probably feeling like jello. And then Giora and adore throaty are at the front of the army. So when you looking at this army, it's like Joran doth Raqi, you know, those are like Danny's people and then behind them, the unsullied also Danny's people, and then like kinda behind out to the side of the and sullied were like all the winner fail people out of normal people like me dances out there. Yeah. The warriors too. Of as they're all out there too. Right. And so. The guy I'm waiting to show up. And maybe this is the spoiler. I don't know. I'm waiting for the guy who she used to fuck who like she sent to marine like, the the guy like across fit instructor Yelm. I met Dario harse. Yeah. Where whereas isn't this time where it's like we need everybody. Yeah. Maybe he'll show up in canes. Landon or something either that he just probably got hoes again chilling. He just went back and got. Got on. It was like crazy. Anyway, I don't know what you wanted from me. She was going with that Georgiou..
"dick lynch" Discussed on Success Unscrambled | Blog Traffic Tips | Business Success Stories
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"dick lynch" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Or Bruce Springsteen they each have more than twenty. Wow. You to Mace. I am going to go you to Greg. Yeah. You too. You too has twenty two Bruce Springsteen has twenty so Greg and Jay or both to for to all right Mace who has more career passing yards. Matt Ryan or Aaron Rodgers again. It's very close. That's because Greece I'll go Matt Ryan. Okay, greg. I'm going to say Rogers longevity. Well, okay, j yeah. Rogers Mason has tied it it is Matt Ryan has forty six point seven thousand Aaron Rodgers forty two point nine thousand. So both very close. All right. Gregg, which one has more calories in in and out double double with onions or the grilled stuff. Burrito at Taco Bell. I hate that. You put this in here. Because now I making me think that it's in and out, and I don't want it to be in and out. But I'm going to say in and out. Okay. Jay, what has more calories in in and out double double with onions or the grilled stuff? Burrito at Taco Bell. I'll take the Taco Bell style. All right Mace. I will also go Taco Bell, the in-and-out double double with onions has six hundred seventy calories. The grilled stuff. Burrito. Talk about eight hundred good. I'm actually happy. I got that's a reasonable number for that that in and out burger six hundred seventy you can live with that. All right. Do more the score is Greg to j three Steve three all right to left who went. I that time. Greg did. Right. All right. Jay, which country has more. Olympic medals now, we're combining winter and summer, okay? Which country has more Olympic medals, Canada or Japan, and I'm gonna tell you, right? And how these countries are separated by four medals, Canada or Japan Jay who has more Canada, Mace, Canada or Japan of winter sports. I'll go Canada. Great gonna go Japan. Canada has five hundred and one Japan. Four ninety seven answer is Canada. Greg. You're not dead yet. No J four Steve four Greg to oh. Which means would have have. Yeah. All right. Like, a less you go last. I'll go in reverse order, then Mace which show has more career EMMY awards game of thrones. Or the sopranos? There are a lot of technical awards that game of thrones would've won. But I'm going to say sopranos. Okay. Jay. Game of thrones or Sapporo's both gigantic kits for HBO game of thrones. All right. Gregg, damn I can't win. So I'll just say game of thrones sopranos had Twenty-one Emmys game of thrones has thirty eight game of thrones is second all time. Do you guys know who has the most west wing? No. Swing had like twenty to thirty eight all family twenty five. This the the number one has fifty four Emmys. It's a show all of us watch. They wouldn't take a shot. Do sports count. All it's not a smart show, veep, veep has nineteen in counting. I about to give it away. Mason you and I've seen this show in person. Five Saturday Night Live has fifty four their number one. Number two, all time is game of thrones with thirty eight. So thrones is gonna finish probably with coaster fifty. But and L's just to keep going. Here's the weird thing about that game of thrones has not won an EMMY for any individual actor. No kidding. No actor has ever won. Maybe over maybe gets the iron throne, Scott the find the way I was going to give an individual award. I would give it to Dink Lynch. Yeah. Me too. You know, what I take it back Dink Lynch may of one dick Lynch may have one one. I remember him as Tyrian. He plays Tyrian. Yeah. But like Amelia Clark or who's the woman who play surf see Lena heady, Lena heady? Yeah. Yeah. On bid Harrington hundred kit Harrington, none of the other ones have one. All right. Finger little finger lion cheat, not a thing. All right. Coming up next. Are you done? Okay. I'll I'll hold this for..
"dick lynch" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"The photo as well as the feet actually belong to Sydney leathers, a political activists and Cam model who you might recall from Anthony Weiner. On the twenty six. He he really opened. He really opened the chaos ruin all goes back to him up. I mean, the diaries of Trump's president. Because of the congressman and he never even had sex with the women. Not a c. He just wanted to text the guess who has a boner prairie. Like, I I'm just really proud because she is also a Hoosier girl, and it's ninety seven when we get out of the small towns, I destroyed his career his marriage and the presidency the potential presidency of of Hillary Clinton to not have sex to send pictures of his bowl djing underwear way holding his own child. He freak one of the biggest. To scale like how guys we'll put it next. But we don't know how big that baby is like he could be a freebie. You don't know. Got that out of the ICU. He's he's like everything for the next century is gonna trace back to some Weiner thing. It's going to trace right back to him. He's like he's like his family at some probably like multi generational packed with some merchant who sold them occur like a curse vase or something. It just there's some portal to Satan through him. And he never even fucked them never even never even took out his dick Lynch. Character makes no sense. His perversion makes no sense. I just want to read finally from Reddit user jokes on you, like listen to this like, this is a guy who's just, you know, Admiral play just open like, I'm a foot-fetishists like, I know everything about feet, I love soak into hoes love looking at women's feet. I'm just a red at pervert for women's feet can't get enough of them. But listen his response about like, the click fact checking what is objective? Give information in reality. In the times, we're living now, like just listening to how much more sense and how much more sensible. This is literally anything else he says as the internet has grown. It's become increasingly segregated and debunking. False information is more difficult for all. I know. There are Facebook groups and forums where the veracity of this image is doubted, and there are definitely countless other fake images floating around it's relatively easier to bend the big names e IG Alex Jones from media sites, but it's impractical to police everything that goes on. Now, we also have governments and well-funded organizations with sophisticated online strategies to promote unrest or certain political positions. This issue will get worse before it gets better, go off toe suckers, sixty nine. So yeah, I just wanted to say shout out to the real heroes out there the Mods on Wicky feet that are like literally stopping fake news from happening that goes, just so civic minded s amazing. What do we have to remember for every Anthony Weiner? There is a good honest decent pervert there. Who's fighting the good fight or we'll set if there's hope it lies with the perverts? Yeah. There's there's a lot of guys. They'd just punch into their job. They're thinking about like women who are fifty feet tall. Just stomping on them all day. But they like help help people out the help like old ladies cross the street. They you know, the truck driver. They fucking pulled on their thing. When kids do this. Yeah. The thing. I did is a trial because there wasn't much going on. Yeah. It was super. That's wonderful. All those men. They went home. They looked at pictures of Jennifer Aniston blown up to be sixty feet tall and superimpose themselves being stomped on or whatever. And they're all they vote. They taxes shovel. They care about the future. Yeah. Don't let those big city perverts like one of the value..
"dick lynch" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Product contains nicotine nicotine is an addictive chemical. Reading. Uh-huh. Do a book now, which we don't do that often. But we're going to do one, and I've already heard from like three people today, and I know Mons gets inundated people's ways, and we asked to come on. The problem is our only do a book if I read it, and I have want to be interested in the book. Otherwise, I don't do it. So this book I actually read before he even asked to come on. I had already read the book. So I saw it in the store. They didn't even send it to me. And this book, they usually they sent me will tell you. They send us every book in the world this publisher who was the publisher moms. I don't even know what else ask them down. But you know, what I'm saying? You can just tell me what the publishers. I just want to have a copy of the book, you know, I figured he did. So. Because I don't have it in front of me but upstairs, so the bottom line is. I sorta book into bookstores, and I said, wow, this would be an interesting theme with the three guys. I didn't even know they were doing the book. I didn't know that Bob was doing the book. Bob, someone who's a regular on this show. But the book was really good. I recommended it Grand Central publishing. There you go. There's the publisher. So Grand Central publishing didn't even send us the book. There's a lot of the publishers that automatically send us every sportsbook. So never saw it wasn't aware of it was. Sorted in a bookstore in the vase noble when I was in getting the kids books for Christmas and said, hey, this'll be a fascinating time because the three coaches how much they dominated and also their stories which were very interesting and having lived that time as I did. And there was a lot of. And we were we were in the middle of this a lot. I mean, let's be honest. They all use their guys. I mean Bill had his guys of which I was one George Young had his guys of which Glauber and dog were both joys young guys. So as an example, I mean, George us both them among each having other guys. But those were there guys so everyone had their own guys. They sent out information. So it was a fascinating time. So and the three coaches had so much success. So the book is called guts ingenious about the three coaches. And if you want to go back and relive the age, which I know now isn't twenty. Minutes ago. But it was a great time it left a big Mark on the. On the league. The parcels tree has been very successful. You can see it there this weekend with Bela check and with Peyton the the Walsh homegrown tree has been incredibly successful. You can see that all over the league and is on display. Again this weekend with an Andy Reid as an example. And of course, Andy's disciples who have now become their own little tree in their own right there on a little branch. So it's a very good book and Bob joins us now. Bob what's going on? I'm doing great. How are you? Thanks for having me. It was it was a great time. It really was great. It was and you know, and to be fair as. George. I don't know if it's done as much now. Maybe it's still is I'm not in the middle of it as much as I was. But let's be honest. These guys every coach had their guys and GM had their guys, and they got their message out and. You know, we all know who we all kind of knew who everybody's guy was. And it's funny because they all played the game. And I don't know maybe they're not as good to play in the game. Now, I don't know if they are to be honest with you. I don't I don't know that there's the kind of contact that we had with Bill, and like I was very close to George, but I was really well so close to Bill and obviously closer now to Bill we all the time. Well, the George now, but you were George those days. George Larry, George if George had a message, he had certain guys he would send his message out through which we knew we know. Yeah. It wasn't like saying. Hey, George, you know, what do you what do you wanna know? Know what I'm saying? But if he has something to send out they they use the media to send messages everybody did. And listen Bill multiple guys as as people know he had more than one guy as a look at the you tell the story in there, which is a true story about Bill freely. I'll let you tell now Stellan burger and how Bill forty George by using Jimmy the Greek. And remember I was working for Jimmy the Greek at the time I was working in the NFL today. I know that story on both ends to be true. Yeah. Back then, you know, they'll is three twelve and one is first year your young as Kohl's Howard Schnellenberger looking to see if he will come aboard to coach the giants. So basically by the end of that Eighty-three season, everyone had decided Bill Parcells needs to be fired. George Young Wellington mayor Tim Timor. Now, they weren't talking at the time. But they all decided you know, what it's too big for him. He can't handle this. He had his parents died within seven months of one another. He had a coach who die who sick. Absolutely. Yeah. And it was it was crazy. So George Cole Snell burger looking at you know, see if he'll come aboard. He can't do it. But who shellenberger agent it's Robert freely. Correct. Who is building and Robert failure. You gotta tell Bill listen. I I have to tell you this sports came calling about our number. So Bill, obviously was was upset about it never forgot about it. And really always kinda held that in the back of his mind with George, you know, the thing that parsoes told me about George they didn't get along, you know, in terms of employer employee, but they they were very like minded, football wise. They all believed in the same thing. Gotta have been big big big is better. Right. Got to run the bully play. Great defense philosophy was aligned perfectly. Really along that way. Yeah. And they understood years later, and it's no secret. Joyce didn't want him back. We know that. So you quit. I won't tell all the parts of that story 'cause I was intricately involved in that. But he didn't wanna back. The bottom line is. But it's funny. The thread with the three that you bring that you Hawkin with each guy these slights that they get early in their career carry through their entire career. They don't get over them. Building get over the slight from dick Lynch. She didn't get over to slight from Nick Bongani Walsh, never got over to slight from Paul Brown. I mean, they don't get over slights early in their career. They seem it's something that stays in their consciousness their entire and actually drives them their whole careers. He really does Mike and the thing that I found fascinating with all three. There was a there was a brilliant about them. And they all new football very well, and they stuck to their principles. But there was also really deep seated insecurity about whether they could get it done. I think all coaches are insecure to things that your and very negative negative. Yeah. It really drove Walsh out of the game. Because he was Mike. He he was ready to quit multiple times with the forty Niners within thirteen months after winning his first Super Bowl he called Mike white in his hotel. Mike life was his former assistant coach he called him in his hotel room at the hula bowl and said you said Mike, I can't do this anymore. I couldn't get to the playoffs in the strike year. I want you to coach white team. And Mike white tells me like he couldn't believe what he was hearing. You can't do this. You have to coach doesn't work without you as a coach he wanted to be a general manager. Mike, wait coaches. Team and Mike wake talk to meet on the ledge talk about forty minutes and finally convinced Billy had to do it. I mean one he won the Super Bowl for the team. He had pulled to fourteen and they want to years later, and then a year later, he doesn't get to the plants because of the strike if the strike here so disconsolate, and so he he's ready to quit and it happened multiple times during his round with four hundred he coach ten years and by the tenth year, he was a he was a burned out husky was done. And he just couldn't go on any further. He regretted leaving after after ten years because George cheaper one would assume the following year, but he was kinda haunted. Bill Walsh had a personality that was really difficult for him to deal with you know, as a child he did not get along with his father, some harrowing incidents that that is Bill son Craig told me about you're gonna tell the story, you got all you got to tell you gotta tell your story. Unbelievable. So Bill washes ten eleven years old in Los Angeles. His father their mother are you know, bringing them up in Los Angeles. Fireworks cars, you know. It's kind of a blue collar distance Bill had this pet duck. They gave him this pet duck that he loved and he tended to it every day come home from school. He tend to the duck feed it headed one day. He comes home in the duck is not there. And he goes to his mother, where's the duck? And she won't say anything he goes to his father where where's the duck? I just can't find the duck goes inside. And he smells dinner being cooked. And it's the duck. That. It's horrible. And now Craig Walsh, Bill son who was executable in talking to for this book. Craig Walsh tells me right then and there is what his father had told them many years later. She's right. Then they're only a kid, right? Then there something hardened in him something full his personality. And he said, I I can't do these people are not here to help me. You call Uber for these people his parents. So he kinda knew early on that he had very independent very lonely child. To how all melted and how much you know, he looked up to Paul Brown. Paul Brown's the God, the father Baden football. And when when Paul Brown passes him over he is devastated and wants to do Paul Brown his whole life because of that he was devastated by Paul Brown. What Paul Brown did unwittingly was unleashed greatest coaching tree in the history of not only football. I think in in pro sports because you can't find a lineage greater than the one. That Bill Walsh started with all the coaches that have coached under him there. Multiple Super Bowls. They're still winning Super Bowls for the Bill Walsh coaching tree. And what happened there Mike when he got passed over by Paul Brown? Was devastating. You went to again, Mike. Why you went to Mike White House alone just out there for for days at a time. Figuring out what he was going to do. He was devastated, but he promised himself that he if he ever got a head coaching job ever. He would never treat his assistant coaches like Paul Brown tree him because he felt that he was going to get that.
"dick lynch" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast
"Beazer of a postmodern approach to a bio pic where who the person is never really exists. And I guess maybe that's maybe when I think about this movie and how it relates to the mysteries that places inside Dick Cheney's head but then over with zone attention, right? Because it's not just like, oh, there's the moment where dick Lynch and you're talking in silence. And then and then it's like they acknowledge that they don't know what they said. But then they give you experience monologue, which says what they think they said, right? It's sort of like, this is a movie that's all about cake having cake eating eating more cake buying another Kate. Why dangerous to your health from when you eat too much cake. Exactly, exactly. Basically, the worldwide distribution of cake, and what sort of levers power are pulled in order for it to be distributed. And in that sense, it tries to have its cake too. So I'm not sure whether the movie is interested in kind of a materialistic sense, the energy of the movie in a materialistic sense of Dick Cheney is what Dick Cheney did and sort of what is behind the veil is a blank, right? Or is it that Dick Cheney is who Dick Cheney appears to be and his own intentions are irrelevant because he is as a movie called him a bag, and sort of party to thing that happens, and it it's we're not supposed to care what he wants, right? Like like, a or there's the ark of the heart. I guess which is the other weird editorialize ation that the movie makes which is which would put what the thesis of the movie is that Dick Cheney is super villain with one redeeming quality. That at the very end of his political career he sacrifices for good reason. Grooving the he is in fact, worthless human being I guess, I don't know. What do you think about all the stuff? I mean, first of all I think that in an interesting sort of contrast with the Queen movie that just came out feeling this movie makes more of a claim to truthfulness because the Queen movie took liberties everybody understands it's and I think the filmmakers will be a front about the fact that they, you know. Compress things time-wise. They selectively emphasize certain parts of the story for dramatic effect. Right. And they're a front about that that this is more to sort of capture the spirit of Queen and be like a documentary. Recreation of exactly how it went down blow by blow. Where's this movie? You know has this. Disclaimer at the beginning, that's we did our we did our expletive deleted best. So that like this movie wants you to believe that like, you know, although there's much that is noble. We really are trying to present things as it really happy. We are not taking liberties to make it a better story writes that may be disingenuous, but I do think it's a difference in the way the filmmakers are sort of like appealing to the audience. I mean, I would say here's the thing is it may be absolutely true. Like, You know? you know, only the shadow knows what lurks within the dark as of the humid harder. However, the the old thing went, but Dick Cheney has left a balloonists documentary evidence about like what he claims have been his own motivations, which I feel like have been very conspicuously omitted from the movie with one big section, which is like the very final scene where the Dick Cheney characters the camera, and basically says that like what I did I did for the safety of all Americans. And you know, if you are going to question my decisions in the end the.
"dick lynch" Discussed on Hockey Today
"If you will indulge me for a second uh two thousand five i just get hired by the rangers to do or pre imposed on radio coming out of a lockout and i'm doing the michael k show a ninety eight seventy s p n and michael innocently enough brings up homers in announcing in new york and we're talking about how dick lynch's carnival homer and michael gets accused of being a home or and all that and then michael just out of the blue asks me who do you think the biggest homer is in new york announcing and i said this is this is the quote i said he is the best at what he does but you can make a case the john davidson is a homer m ever that's when damn blackburn was living at his house and he certainly was such a part of the organization so entrenched in the organization and he where wars hot art and asleep when he called ranger games but obviously was working for nbc coming out a lockout he'd always worked in been an announcer nationally with espn and basically ever fox in a and he's he was the best i think he was the best color analysts there was not just at hockey to maybe even in sports and accentuated that in the conversation well battery spin who writes a media column in the new york daily news asked j d what he thought about somebody who's just got hired by madison square garden do the pre and post thought about me saying that he was the biggest homer new york sports now i'm sure i was misquoted and i'm sure bob probably didn't give him all of the details of how i praise j d before i said that and probably never played on the audio just said hey jay day.