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Dennis Asks 'Sinatra: The Life' Authors Anthony Summers and Robbyn Swan, 'Will Frank Sinatra Endure?'
"And I have just come across this new biography of Frank Sinatra with filled with pictures as well as great fascinating detail about his life. The two authors are Anthony summers who was a former BBC journalist, and Robin swan is also a journalist and they have written biographies of Jay Edgar Hoover and Richard Nixon. Anyway, this book is titled Sinatra the life. You can't get much briefer than that much more concise. So Anthony and Robin, I welcome you to the program. Hello there. You're both now. I'm speaking to you, you're in Ireland. Yes, that's our home base. Okay. We both brought in as you actually will gather in a moment is America Italian American born and bred. I'm from Ireland and this has been my base for years, but America in a way has been my patch as a journalist for many years. Well, welcome to America via radio to both of you. I have so much to ask you. First, I guess the first is, do you believe, 'cause I was talking about this just the other day. I finally came across didn't come across. I finally worked out my own definition of great art, music, or any other art. And that is that it will endure over generations there are two and that it endures in repeated hearings for any given listener. Will Frank Sinatra endure, I think we think so, would you agree Robin? Absolutely. I think we think so and a measure of it perhaps is in sheer longevity and endurance as a test, we worked on this book so not for the life for the past four years. And when I say work, I mean sort of 8 days a week. And that meant that 8 days a week and often far into the night, we both played Sinatra. We have two because we were writing his life. And we still like it. Now there aren't many people that you could listen to every day for full years and still be successful. And we're not
Judge exonerates two men convicted in 1965 killing of Malcolm X
"The charges have been dismissed against two of the men found guilty in the slaying of civil rights leader Malcolm X. in a New York courtroom Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior declared that Mohammad Aziz and Khalil Islam did not get a fair trial in nineteen sixty six because evidence that would've cleared them was deliberately withheld orders on the record J. Edgar Hoover himself the FBI Wilson this is not to tell police or prosecutors have anymore in fact FBI informant the judge granted the request conditionally vacated Mohammad Aziz who was paroled with his co defendant in the eighties hopes the criminal justice system that unfairly put him in jail makes restitution the same system that responsible for this travesty of justice all of the responsibilities he cites racism behind his prosecution and conviction for the
"edgar" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Much to do on the program, let's continue with more phone calls and Andre is up next. Hello, Andre. How you doing? Coach. Andre, we are doing great. Thank you. Coach while we don't get no respect. Hey, how about this? Can we still make the playoffs Kentucky fans? Listen, man, when you're a player and great team answered the bell when their name is called. How it is. This is the SEC, this is a big boy ball, you will be exposed. And listen I'm as you fan, so I don't have a dog in the fight. And Nebraska can bring the coach back if they want to. It's not gonna make a difference. Talent win. This is about talent. Erison, Nebraska, laugh out of the big 12. They haven't been able to recruit the state of Texas. If you don't have talent, it's real simple, coach. You're not gonna win. How it goes that they won't bring Scott frost back next year. Hey, I wish the man the best of luck. But if he doesn't have talent, he's not gonna win. Hey, what do you think and mother's gotta make it coach? What do you think? Yeah, well I mean, all I can tell you is what Edgar just said, but it seems like he's probably going to make it because, but I don't think anyone is certain, depending on how the season ends, red dog is up next, a hello red dog. Man is like Christmas come early. All these Florida fans. I got a great idea for the Florida fans. Just shut down the football program this looks about or we could get legend to pimp slap Diane Mullins since see so legendary. You know? And Paul on Saturday night, I'll be honest with you, I was for Alabama to lose. And I said, hold on, wait a minute. They're not any good. We don't want to play anything. We want to play bam. I just hope I really hope I have a band but does not lose to all of them. At auburn, because I think a and M's got the momentum right now unless Alabama really improves greatly. INM is the better team between those two right now. I was shocked at Alabama just not being able to put the nail on the coffin with LSG defensively and offensively, but George is not a note took care of business. Kirby got caught in the bad word only really, I missed it. What did he say? Yeah, I hope he didn't get a church on Sunday because everybody's looking at it funny. But you'll get over it. He knows that handle stuff like that. Dwayne is up next. Hey, Paul, how are you doing? Well, thank you. Thank you for taking my call. I'm LAC Tiger. And I was sitting here, of course I can't see the TV, but I'm listening to it. The more we got into the ball game, I was thinking, man, we have a chance to win this thing. Do you think that I have a lot of Alabama Friends? I think a lot of Alabama friends are really worried Saturday night. I was shocked in the way that it all turned out, but like I said, I didn't see it, but I was thinking we had first in a yard. You know, what was your on shed? Is probably true. I mean, they probably they deserve to win, but they didn't. So, but yeah, evaluate had a few more players, but that's part of the game, but I will say this, I thought LA she played a phenomenal game. I know we always obsess over Alabama. But the fact that they really could have won that game that Alabama some of the things they did in the Tennessee game from special teams, mistakes, just mistakes of concentration, pretty baffling, really. And quite disturbing. Let's check out pat in Georgia. Hey pat go right ahead. Hey, Paul, thanks. Edgar and Johnson with Orlando sindel sentinel interview that was interesting and you were the best part of that interview I thought, I'm glad you kept. Well, I want to explain. First of all, Edgar is a friend of mine. I know people thought maybe that was contentious. What frustrated me was simply, I wasn't asking him to fire Dan Mullen. I just wanted his assessment. And the only time I really did lose it was when he kept saying, you know, a week ago, a week ago, I thought, well, all my point was pat a week ago doesn't matter anymore. Saturday night is what caused this earthquake, not the previous week or the previous week. And I just think I just want an honest assessment of where Dan Molyneux. That's all. And you proceeded to make that point. You made it very well. I hope cat daddy calls end today. I really want to hear what he has to say about the beatdown. South Carolina put on Florida and I think you're on. He may be personally responsible for Alabama dropping to at least three and probably four tomorrow evening. That's very powerful individual. And I think there's only going to be one SEC team in the playoffs this year and it will be Georgia. But it's only Monday. Well, it is only Monday. You're right about that. Hey, thank you for the call. Billy in Philly is up next. How are you, Billy? I'm fine..
"edgar" Discussed on The Big Picture
"Also a heartening tale as well. I gotta say I was watching my wife and I were watching What We Do in the Shadows, the TV show and we love it. And I was thinking about Taika Waititi, and there's a lot of parallels. What we do in the shadow is just like, that's such a fantastic collection of actors and actresses that are not like matinee idols the way the very narrow way they're perceived, but it's a wonderful sort of genre mashing ensemble, you know, that hits a lot of the same notes for me that the trilogy does. And it's interesting to me that Taika got to make his marvel movie, and it's a Thor: Ragnarok is my favorite marvel movie. And he gets to make another one and he gets to make these sort of Oscar bait type things that I like a little less, but I don't know if Taika would say that he's an admirer of or particularly a disciple of Edgar Wright, but this is another way it feels some ways like he's having more success some of the success that I wanted that I still want Edgar Wright to have, but there is something heartening about feeling like Edgar Wright's larger sensibility is out in the world and sort of reflected through other people, whether they'd admit it or not. I think that you're right. And I think he's also carrying on a tradition of from Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez and all the movie bradish 90s figures that he really looked up to and has since befriended. So there's a tradition in place that he is following. Rob thanks so much for talking with me about Edgar Wright. Anytime, if.
"edgar" Discussed on The Big Picture
"Would be very hard to make a movie that was more theoretically my movie than Baby Driver. And like, I don't mean this ugly, but I do think I don't know if Ansel Elgort am I saying that correctly is the most compelling performer. I've ever dealt with. I was thinking about him and Michael Cera, right? An interesting thing about Scott Pilgrim to me the way it's aged like I loved it at first and I want everybody to know that. I was the first you and me. I believe you, brother. Okay, thank you. I did we discuss it where we were each other at the time. We were. I was in the twilight of my New York years, but it had to have come up at some cheesy dinner party somewhere between all the rap music talk. Of course. Scott Pilgrim is one of these movies for me that it's sort of like Ferris Bueller where the farther you get away from it, the less you think of the main character. You know, like the way people on Twitter love to talk about how Ferris Bueller is problematic. There's a person. And Scott Pilgrim is sort of gross. He's a show. He's a shithead, he's dating, you know, a high schooler. The movie isn't trying to hide that, but the farther I get away from that movie, the more I realize that it's the ensemble that really got me through that movie that made me love that movie. I did not expect to watch the entire script read that they did last year. I think it was an Entertainment Weekly thing and it was back when everyone wanted to consume zoom type content, but they got like pretty much every major person to read that script. And I just turned it on just to see what it was like. And then I watched the entire thing. I watched it. And I loved it. And then I had a thing for like a month. Where every day I watched the blooper reel, the Scott Pilgrim. I watched it every day. I'm a blooper real guy. This probably isn't a shock to you, but I just I enjoy blooper reels. And Jason Schwartzman splits his pants, et cetera, but I realized one of the things I loved about it is how often you can hear Edgar Wright laughing. Like how many botched takes and with him laughing, like the vegan please show up to arrest the vegan bassist and one of the vegan policemen can't get his sunglasses on, like he posts himself in the face and Edgar just busts out laughing. And I was thinking like, I don't know if there are any other directors where I know they're laugh. I know exactly how Edgar Wright laughs. And that really sort of that that's how I knew that I was really into this guy. And so Ansel Elgort for me and Baby Driver is a little bit of a vacuum to me. There's just so much style around that movie. And I love both Jamie Foxx and Jon Hamm, but they're all the dialog is so stylized and over hard boiled and like the movie is way too into the fact that he's named baby. You know, and it's like, it's time to face the music. Like, et cetera, et cetera, it's like Kevin Spacey talking about the post office. It's like, I really have to filter out a lot of that movie and just focus on the John Spencer blues explosion. But at its center, is like another man child, you know? And like a man child with a traumatic past who has, you know, I manic pixie dream girl like waitress girlfriend who doesn't really get to do anything else, but say I'm here for you whenever you want me. It's one of these weird things where it has all the style that I love about Edgar Wright and that should be enough for me. And I guess it is enough for me, but there isn't there wasn't the substance there wasn't like the kick at the end. Like there was with the world's end are Scott Pilgrim over the long term where I sort of rethink aspects of it. And there's a deepening of it for me. That's not happening with me in Baby Driver. Yeah, but as you say it takes years. It's true. I wonder if we'll come around more towards it. I like to quite a bit, but it felt like the first time he made a movie without a wink. And I think sometimes a movie without a wink is should be a good thing, playing it straight, but in Edgar's case and that laugh that you're citing, you know, his sense of humor is such a powerful tool. It's interesting to watch him kind of transition away from some of those winks, maybe towards efforting towards a kind of maturity, but I hope he doesn't totally abandon those things. I'm with you on the install elgort thing. I just never really got it. He's about to be the star of west side story, which is just wild. He's not good news. It's pretty crazy. Nevertheless, we participated in the Scott Pilgrim nostalgia economy last year too. We did a whole episode, me and Jason and September. And I listened. We could have had probably 14 to 18 more ringer staffers on. It's a offended that you didn't invite me. Well, you're now rob. That's true now. What else do you want to say about Edgar? I'm going to force you to rank your Edgar right movies. But before we do that, are there any other deep feelings you have about his films? You know, something I did yesterday and I'm still grappling with it. So ant man, right? I went to see ant man, and I remember sitting in theater like doing the thing where you try and see, like, where is the Edgar right in this? Like how much of it is still his. In my favorite scene in ant man, by far, I would have sworn to you with straight Edgar Wright. And it's when they're shrunk down and they're in this suitcase. They're fighting in this suitcase and somebody says, I'm gonna disintegrate you in the iPod says, okay and starts playing the cures disintegration. Starts playing plain song by the cure and incredible volume. And this is another thing that's just my head transferred on screen. And I loved it. I like when you and I talked about needle drops. I don't think that came up and I'm still mad at myself for forgetting it, but I would have sworn up and down that was Edgar Wright. That's such a pure Edgar right thing. But apparently it's not. I like Peyton Reed who actually who came in to finish it. I saw an interview like he loves the cure, you know? And they went through all kinds of things that the phone could do, give directions. Like, I can't believe that's not Edgar right. And I'm trying to decide if that makes me sad or if that means that his larger sensibility still informed the movie and was just filtered through other people that I can still watch ant man, primarily as an Edgar Wright film that's obviously not his, it's obviously a huge source of heartbreak in some kind of failure for him, but it still feels to me like him. And I don't know if that's sad that he lost control of it, or it's a good thing that he still has for me anyway, some control over it, even though he wasn't controlling it. You know, I'm glad you brought that up. It's a really interesting turning point in his career. I had a similar experience, I think when I first watched the film, I was like, oh, this is very edgy. And then now having seen the second one and realizing, you know, Adam McKay and Paul Rudd came in to kind of rewrite that movie and there was a lot of Adam McKay in that script as well. And also, one, I've talked to Peyton Reed a couple times on this show. He's also brilliant in his own right. It has a great visual sense. Great storyteller botched the most recent season in The Mandalorian. He's responsible for some of the best episodes of that show. But it feels like, you know, Edgar famously said, I really wanted to make a marvel movie, but I don't think marvel wanted to make an egg right. And you can feel him in the aftermath of that purposefully pivoting and clinging very tightly to the concept of original storytelling in movies. He's talking about eloquently in the past. Yes, exactly. He's protecting something now, not just the sort of future of movies, but something that is very personal to him, which I really admire. You know, I don't know if it's a fool's errand or not, he proved everybody wrong with Baby Driver. I mean, that was basically like an independently finance movie that was distributed by a studio that made over a $100 million that stars Ansel Elgort who isn't that great. So pretty impressive stuff from him. Last Night in Soho is even bigger gamble, I would say, because while Anya Taylor-Joy is one of the stars of it and she is extremely well known now, thanks to The Queen's Gambit, you know, it's a period piece in a lot of ways. It's psychological horror movie. You know, you wanted to ask me if this movie is scary. You want to know exactly what I want to know. Is it scary, Sean? I have all this movie, Sean. Oh shit. Well, it's scary, isn't it? The first hour you'll be fine..
"edgar" Discussed on The Big Picture
"Know what you're saying I'm Sean fantasy and this is the big picture, a conversation show about Edgar Wright today we're talking with Wright himself about the director's latest the psychological horror movie Last Night in Soho, which is out in theaters this weekend, and his fascinating career of genre mashups revisions and wonderful reinventions. Before getting to our conversation with Edgar, though, first, I'm joined by ringer senior staff writer and the host of one of my favorite podcasts. 60 songs that explain the 90s, it's rob harvilla hi rob. Hello, your senior is staff writer..
"edgar" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"In a bit of a hole going into a very pivotal two game stretch for the team and the program. I wanted to ask you about what you said a minute ago about his demeanor because most people in the media like Dan Mullen he's very forthright. He answers questions. But on the other hand, he does get snarky, and I'm not trying to ask you to psychoanalyze his personality, but you watch it all the time. And I know you like him. We've had this conversation. I get along great with Dan. We have good rapport back and forth. He tries hard on questions, I believe. He sometimes comes at him with a nuance where you're like weren't expecting where he goes with the question sometimes. I'm entertained by him in that way, but after getting like a lot of these guys and look, I was a competitive guy. I'm sure you're a competitive guy. It's like, you know, you lose or you're don't play as well. And you aren't in the greatest of moods, but he's not good at shaking that off and like putting on a he wears his emotions on his slaves, ma'am. And he doesn't like to be questioned. And part of it is because he knows what's going on out there a lot better than we do. And he knows that. So for people to come in there, I mean, someone asked him straight up after the Kentucky game Paul, if he had been out coached by marks too. Personally, that's not going to really illicit much of an answer. I don't think and coaches don't want to what's he going to say. So that kind of he just, I don't know. But that's how he is. I mean, we're kind of gotten used to it and it's not always fun to deal with, but you know, on Monday, he's shaking it off by then, 9 times out of ten and he's back to the old Dan. So postgame Dan is definitely not his best self. Yeah, the problem with a question like that is if you're humble and you do the our shucks are routine, say, yeah, of course, of course I was. I lost the game. That's a headline right there that you probably don't want because from a recruiting standpoint do you really want the headline in your newspaper say Dan Mullen out coach by? I was out coached by Mark stoops, or on the other hand, if you're act like he did, it's a bad look, too, but you're not really saying anything, though, are you? No. I mean, he could have said, hey, Mark did a great job tonight. Whatever. Mark is doing a great job. And I think Dan made that pretty clear after the game too. That was not a good loss because it was such a sloppy performance. You go to Kentucky and lose. There's no shame in that at this point in that program stature up there in Lexington, right? I mean, they're pretty solid program now under Mark. And he's built a pretty impressive thing up there that not many people have been able to do. So but you go up there, you commit 15 penalties 8 ball starts. You have a field goal block you're in the red zone twice at the end of the game and get three points out of it. That's really not a very that's a bad way to lose. And I'm sure extremely frustrating way to lose if you're down mollen. Always great Edgar, thank you so very much. We will talk to you soon Edgar Thompson joining us from the Orlando sentinel as we head to the break right now..
"edgar" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"You're back. We talked a lot about the Florida LA shield, the primarily on the LSU side of the ball. It's always one of the most anticipated games of the year. So how are those Gators doing Edgar Thompson joins us from the Orlando sentinel to talk about it? Edgar good to have you on hope you're doing well. So tell us about life after losing to Kentucky. How's everything going in Gainesville? That's something you don't want to do if you're the Florida coach and Dan Dan is 5 of them hadn't done it before he arrived and he's done it twice now. So and really needed a contrast miracle couple years ago to not lose another one. So Mark Steve, whether it's his defense, whether it's the quality of the program he's built. I think it's probably a little bit of both. He's had Dan's number a little bit and that's not something fans here are used to seeing 15 penalties man. I mean, 8 ball start, that's going to put you on hot water against any program, maybe not Vanderbilt, but that's about it. Edgar, what is the state of this program right now? It has the Baton Rouge. How are things going? I mean, pivotal game for both programs obviously for all of you. I don't know if there's a path ahead for it or is you're on to be honest, but Dan, I mean, that's a big game for him. And they get Georgia of the week two weeks after that. And that's I will say this for Dan. So far, the Gators under Dan is that Georgia game that looks pretty like there's no way they're going to win that right..
Seattle Mariners to Host 2023 MLB All-Star Game
"The seattle mariners. Won't say why. Ken griffey junior and edgar martinez have space needle flag-raising duty this afternoon but were it is that it's to announce the m.'s. Will host an upcoming all star game at t. mobile park. Espn says their sources. Say seattle is the pick for twenty twenty three the last time the hosted was back in two thousand one which is also the last time. The team made the playoffs. Still working on that second part
"edgar" Discussed on Riders Lounge Podcast
"You need to put the mask stealing the line for one minute and a half or two you guys. If you wake you gotta get the the sign the thing of all right on on. We mean we are there for two hours or three hours lead. Then we if you the faces west cooler. Yeah yeah that's that's the That's half of it isn't it. That's what i was saying before like the craft deleted people. He's eighty percent more than a hot. Yeah because people are not there we have no chill now because if people are no there. They promoter that promoters gone race to organize the shows. If they don't organize not saying we are all doing nothing. And that's the that is the tough question. The tough problem right now. that's that's it unfortunately. Yeah it's difficult to be at home doing nothing my mind. He's gonna be explosion. We need to get you some shows by god. Let let edgar hide next hashtag. Let ed garage free. Not free vowed almost just almost because now. If you wanna you wanna goes who i show you need to your price down of the did like for nothing you need to jumps on. I think because of their mother has no money to pay you because promoter have no people to watch the show. Yeah and then then you need to maybe the food on open your who would you. Would you do jam. Yeah because anybody gonna gonna put the price the fee super-low humping and that's exactly what i was thinking What is it now one and a half years ago. I could see this happening because if if this going to be as bad as it was and it's shut the well down for this long and maybe we've got more. I don't know how much longer ago but people don't have a job or they have much less work and i people have been laid off from jobs all day. They can't work full time. They can only get ten hours per week then then not going to go spend money to watch a freestyle shower or maybe they spend a little bit less money or whatever it is so for sure is like tonight. It's gonna be difficult. Well he's gonna be people know unleashing de writers grown. I said go to sell everything because they need money to life because finally a job. That's it and then if we don't have Money finally but what we do. We're going to say we have no shoot border.
"edgar" Discussed on Riders Lounge Podcast
"We have money full. We have no money for food. So what you know what. I mean in a lot of days a lot of things to talk show. Yeah we can. We can talk about competitions about what's happening on. The games are allowed. The they go about why they do not like these because they know nothing about and then we can come about a lot of things but but we finally should talking for nothing because they i do whatever yeah that was that was kind of it. It was Like when i takes the jew and said i'm going to do a little review of x. Games and just you know it was cool to see it back and you texted essay essay. Why you told me. And i thought oh okay here we go then because actually i just got a text message from atom. Because he'll he'll send me some voice messages as well on his thoughts on x. games and and a lot of other guys have as well which is really cool but i thought when you replied and said a as say okay. Edgar's edgar's got something to say. Let's let's hear what he's got to say So man thank you so much for fa jump in and this is. This is very not normal. Most people don't say what's actually on their mind and it's it's really actually quite noyce to he what you think about the same like you. That's the same imported on when when when you text me when you see me and say something about how are you blah blah when i want to go to spain or do something or whatever or dude. Sorry sorry my my my gut up. He finds the face to my right. I'm just this my wife run of me. And then i go and well if nice. It's nice to hear you to notice how about you. How.
"edgar" Discussed on Riders Lounge Podcast
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"edgar" Discussed on Riders Lounge Podcast
"But actually just quickly on my way down to basel four not of the jumps on the wednesday before you know where i'm going with this. I will be stopping in at the wrought ashbury which is located in the black forest region of germany. And i just checked. It's only eighty one kilometers from these sint. Yacob's hala in basel. So i'll be going on the brewery to finally after years since we started But then i couldn't make it. Judy covet restrictions. Sorry if you wanna join me on the brewery too. Because i assume there is going to be some taste testing going on. Just send me a message and we can work it out all right now. Let's get into this interview. I lost him a couple of times with a bit of a bad connection. But hopefully you won't even notice or more importantly you weren't even care because yeah you're gonna have to sit back. Brace yourselves because edgar does not hold back as deci refreshing to hear someone talk without a filter whenever.
"edgar" Discussed on MarketFoolery
"It's wednesday september. I walk into markets. Hillary i'm chris sale. We got something a little different today. I know you've heard of edgar allan poe..
The USS Indianapolis: The Deadliest Shark Attack in US History
"At fifteen minutes after. Midnight july thirtieth. The ship was struck by two torpedoes from a japanese submarine. the torpedo. strike was totally unexpected and the indianapolis went down in only twelve minutes. An estimated three hundred souls went down with the ship. This left however almost nine hundred sailors floating in the water. There were few lifeboats and not everyone had a life preserver. They were floating in the middle of the ocean and no one knew where they were. Little do they know that their nightmare was just beginning stranded floating in the open ocean. There were several problems at the survivors. Were facing the first risk was obviously drowning. The longer you're in the water the greater the risk of exhaustion. The greater the risk of your life vests becoming waterlogged and the greater the risk of drowning. The second was dehydration. You can't drink seawater so everyone would. Effectively be slowly dehydrating especially considering that they were out in the open sun. Finally the most terrifying prospect was sharks. The location where the ship sunk was in some of the most shark-infested water in the world and the sharks. That were there. Were some of the world's most aggressive the oceanic white tip shark. The ship sank in pitch darkness while the sailors in the water could hear each other. They could barely see each other. The sharks were attracted by the sounds of the explosion and the movement of the men and of course blood in the water the first night the sharks mostly attacked the dead bodies in the water. When the sun came up most of the men began to join up and link arms with each other by joining a group in improve their buoyancy. They were able to give each other moral support and they could keep the sharks at bay and a group. The men could all clearly see the sharks. They were swimming under and around them survivor. Edgar herald recorded the scene in the open water as quote at any given time. You could look out and see big fin swimming around and around and around all of a sudden. You heard a blood-curdling scream and you look to see. The shark had taken him under and quote. The men in the water waited for relief to arrive but no one showed up. As the hours passed it went. In today's men became delirious from the sun exhaustion and dehydration. Some began swimming to illusionary islands. Off in the distance some would break away from their groups and started thrashing making them easy targets for the sharks. When someone in the group died they would often push the body away trying to placate the sharks for a while by offering up one of the corpses
Coaches Charged With Murder in Heat Death of Georgia Student
"To Clayton County coaches now face murder charges in the 2019 heat stroke death of a student athlete, so we think it's a good thing generally that, um they were indicted, says the attorney for Amani Bell's family to WSB Upon learning of the indictment against coaches LaRosa, Maria Walker, US CARRY and White Palmer. The two coaches face second degree murder, second degree cruelty. The Children. And involuntary manslaughter charges. Grand jury calls the two responsible for conducting training in dangerous heat, resulting the death of the elite Scholars Academy basketball player in August 2019 family attorney Justin Miller. There are other people who did things or who were negligent, who need to kind of face some kind of justice for what they did. Edgar trinkets 95.5 WSB
Military Plane Crash Leaves at Least 50 Dead in Philippines
"Death toll is now at least 50 in the wake of a C 1 30 transport crash yesterday. Officials are now calling this the worst air disaster in Philippine military history. We get more from ABC is Tom Rivers at the Foreign desk groups have found the last five dead at the crash scene, raising the toll the C 1 30 Hercules overshot the runway while landing slamming into a coconut grove and bursting Into flames. Philippine Armed Forces spokesman Major General Edgar Arevalo accidents like this that needed investigation may have other aspects to look into look at facility equipment, whether skills of the pilot. The plane was one of two refurbished U. S. Air Force aircraft handed over to the Philippines as part of Washington's military assistance this
"edgar" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Really excite you and then hopefully you'll fail miserably at copying that exactly in maybe maybe find direction. Because i think if you if you try to analyze what is what is my vision. I don't even know how you know how you do that. I think would paralyze you so. I think it's better just the try to find the a general model and then just have it. Have it be kinda work by whatever your basic personality. Yeah i guess. The nature of that question is probably to over analytical so just in terms of like well that's not just follow. What excites you. Write about what you feel like in those moments when you sat down and when you sit down to work every day and i very much understand and appreciate the ritualistic nature of like same time everyday. Go here do this do that. Is it But if you don't really have anything to say what are you doing those days while we. I think that that's the one thing that people assume that you're inspired every single day. And you're not you know so in our case rather than kind of waiting for those days of inspiration we we kind of just push it even in the writing process like like if if i wait for that bolt of lightning strike it it you know. It can be kind of a long time between those and so so. It's kind of forcing yourself. Even if the moments were you don't feel very excited about the even doing it just to just to do something. Maybe maybe on that day something will will happen. And then and then you'll you'll kind of arrive at a moment of excitement about something even though you didn't start day that way. I don't think you can wait for for inspiration. I think you have to just even just ties. Words just plodding but in the grand scheme of things. Those moments might be the times. Where were what you come up with is is kind of the the most amazing. Well i cannot thank you enough for chat it was just such a my wife and i absolutely loved the movie and everyone who's seen it seems to love it too and even though i know this is all just part of the journey. Just thank you. Thank you for doing what you have done for. So long and showing people artistically that it's okay to be who you are without compromising and just not to get sucked in by the other stuff that you can't control you can control that you show up every day you can control that you're working in writing and trying to forge a path and dad's literally all we can control pretty much and that is just such a wonderful testament to not just not worrying about the result. Thank you know. we're so appreciative. Of how edgar would present presented everything. Just you know just that. We thought that there wasn't necessarily a story there. You know about like other rock documentaries. You know there's like you know dramatic issues of of drugs and downward slides in all these sorts of things but edgar was able to do like an unbelievable job of of presenting it in a way that that that. Yeah i hate to use..
"edgar" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Because it you know it takes a lot of stamina's we've seen with the documentary for for to take three years of his life to focus on. This obviously has other projects to that. He's working on but to focus for three years and to have a a group of people focus for that long on one on one project it's pretty astounding to find people that are that can That that have that kind of stamina and then it happened. You know with this movie musical a net that we've done were. It's been eight years of work on on that project to get to see the light of day and so for to be even given the chance to be the opening some of the canned film festival if nothing happens with the movie were. We're happy that that's that that's that even that's enough for us. That's it's pretty amazing so two quick questions. first one is to ron. What are you when you look back at everything. What are you most proud of. What are you most proud of that. Sparks has done well. I think just the idea that we've been able to continue Without feeling like we're slumming to do pop music at our at this stage. I am proud that were able to kind of go into the studio even now and do pop music without it seeming like somebody that's detached from from the passion of doing that of music. I mean other people might feel we have no right to be doing data this stage but that this is what we do and this is the kind of music that we love so to be able to be able to make that kind of music and kind of explore off are you can take pop music for that long. A time is something that that you know. I'm just. I'm incredibly proud. You know even aside from however anybody judges the the quality of of what's being done just the idea that it from our own Standpoint rebels honestly do do pop music at this stage in. Most people aren't able to do that that they feel if they have to be more reflective and kind of more Shooter their age in a certain sense. Okay learn never true to our age last question and i'll start with edgar. It'll be really quick edwards. Got a eggert got jumped by the way last night in soho. I just want to tell people. I'm very excited about edgar. This is going to be. I'm very excited about that movie. Listen we're we're we're this is where we really come together as a unit is that we both have to movies coming out this year. Last question to sleep saw planned last question to start with griff. You have to jump. Because i think you have another thing. Then go ahead and jump and i'll email you later but I just wanna get one last little chunk of wisdom from everyone starting with that group for people who are in the artistic struggle. They don't they're trying to rectify our commerce. They don't know if they should keep going..
"edgar" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"He's like he's a bunch of different people and it's clear that they're all influential to him in some way that it's like that it's a he's not making fun of it feels to me like a real tribute to like these are all of the you know if i could take pieces of all of these people that inspire me like this is what's in my head sort of feel that way to you edgar. Yeah i am. Yeah i mean i think that's that's what's beautiful about it. Is that like come either. What's interesting is the most of the other people in the in his band. Alike predates sunny. Buddy holly is and then i think it is either mick fleetwood ginger baker on drums. I'm not sure which i lay. The the spock's is the latest like band that he refers to so within that band. I mean it's like the ultimate compliment. And i i know like that's what's amazing to me in the documentary by really like. Don't you mentioned the fact that run and russell like to see the beat was twice. Live is like a life changing god. I need to know about that too. Because i haven't really gotten to talk to a lot of people who've ever seen the beatles live and you saw them twice russell. What ron and russell what. What was the experience like. Was it as iconic as we would assume it would be you know they were great. You know like did it. Did it feel different or was it. Just like oh yeah. We're going to see a band. They happen to be a good band. It was fine on we were. I mean we were excited. You know and going to the wall twice The hollywood bowl. And then seeing them in las vegas at the convention center in las vegas and like you know amazing and like we mentioned in. The documentary had cool mom. That would the drove us across the desert. This funny little. Italian feet multiple car that was you know as a fifty fifty chance whether it was gonna make it across the desert you know and To get there but we you know we were such fans you know of the beatles and to you know to see them twice and then you know and then to come full circle and to see you know ron being portrayed in coming up video by By paul mccartney's pretty you know it's pretty astounding. Those concerts lasted twenty. Five minutes though and You heard nothing you know. It was all just this solid scream but it was like it was just. It was cool. You know it. It different than that anything you'd ever seen seen before. Ron has the original program. oh walk that they sold at the at the concerts to. It's pretty elaborate. Really nice. And because i guess i was the younger brother i didn't get one get to have one damn. I can't retire on that selling that. I don't share. Well.
"edgar" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"I haven't been back to the state since i haven't been to sit a with ron and russell watches crazy. Listen edgar let me just pitch this idea because you know things are going very well for you. Have this movie coming out last night. And so if you could just by the cinerama dome we could. It's available now. You could just go watch it. There is that a unreasonable. Just come on. Come on. And i think people on on twitter underestimate how much money i have. How can you say no to wait. Wait they overestimate the overestimates right. I roam it's like. Witnessing ramadan thing happened suddenly people said hey. Can you not just by sitting around within the hollywood like yes. I have tens of millions of la real estate money to and and operating capital. Yes good tax deduction though so you know that's not a bad idea. That's not a bad idea. I i mean i listen. Everyone loves the movie and rightfully. So it's it's so good. This movie is so. It's artistically inspirational. But just i love it. It's just you know. Even though the movie has its ups and its downs. It just feels good like the movie just feels good does it does it. Is that how you perceive the story yourself a greg. Why i guess part of the inspiration for it was the Having so band. I kind of like you know like it like a superfan fan when you five suddenly like very aware response what they look like and what they sound like and then of over the years being so of an ongoing kind of like turning into like a long light fan obsession. I think like one of the reasons. I wanted to make the documentaries. I felt that run russell in this century since two thousand Beethoven had so just kind of like flying in the face of the trajectory of any other band. Been going that long. I can think of anybody else that was like he was bringing out new material so regularly that was as good as if not better than the in big embiid inverted commas golden period. I think we did like. I think it's fair to say. I'm gonna speak on behalf. They don't like to think of a goto period because of all goethe's so so to me. That was the thing that was amazing is but most like bands going through slowing russell. Have i feel that will run. A rustling been doing is to be loaded too so keep kind of pushing the boats out like keep doing what they wanna do. And just saying to the audience catch up and i think that's something that most bands don't do that to nevis kinda lose an audience at russell have ever done that. All not like Liberals you know well. I wonder also because you know if you're so tied to a result of something where you know it's like oh i guess we live or die by this thing whether we lose a thing or get a thing. Then you probably are in a constant state of fear to try new things. But ron and russell you constantly even even when stuff succeeds ugo. While i. we can't do that again. we have to. We have to keep moving forward and exploring. And.
'The Sparks Brothers': Edgar Wright Tracks the Band’s 50-Year History
"You also caught up with a new music doc. That goes into limited release this weekend. It's edgar reitz. The sparks brothers sparks is a music duo. Brothers ron and russell mail. They formed in nineteen sixty seven. Put out twenty five studio albums released between seventy one and twenty twenty. The documentary describes them as your favourite bands. favourite band. Completely new to me. Were you familiar with sparks before this. Doc adam would you think of it. Well i do want to clarify what you just said you said completely new to you. Were they truly completely new to you just as they were to me meaning before. This documentary came out before you maybe saw anything about it online. Had you ever heard of sparks or anybody referred to as the sparks brothers or ron and russell nail. Not until they were mentioned as a subject of edgar rightback. Yeah exactly so you watch this film. And i think maybe part of the measure of success in terms of whether or not right accomplish what he was trying to accomplish and whether or not. It's a good documentary. You have to answer. that question. does a band that. I've never even heard of really warrant a documentary and justify the time i'm going to put into it. And by the end you're legitimately wondering how nobody has made a movie about them before. And you're you're questioning your validity as a music fan as an arts connoisseur. You are not questioning. And i'd say even after about fifteen minutes you're not questioning their validity as artists because of the music because of the story or both both are. That's the thing you can't you can't separate them the tagline on the website. You see if you places says fifty years twenty five albums three hundred and forty five songs unlimited genius
A highlight from S02E31 The Black Cat by Edgar Allen Poe
"One night as i sat half stupefied in the dan of more than infamy. My attention was suddenly drawn to some black object reposing upon the head of one of the immense hawks heads of gin or from which constituted the chief furniture of the apartment i had been looking steadily. The top of these hooks head for some minutes and what now caused me. Surprise was fact that i had not soon perceive the object of ripon. I approached it untouched. It with my hand. It was a black cat. a very large one. Fullest is largest pluto and closely resembling him in every aspect but one pluto had not a white hair upon any portion of his body. But this cat had a large although indefinite splotch of white covering neely the whole region of the breast upon my touching him he immediately rose byrd loudly rubbed against my hand and the pit delighted with my notice. This was the very creature which i was in search. I at once offered to purchase it of the landlord but this person made no claim to it. Knew nothing of it. Never seen it.
New vaccination site opens at Arena Stage in Southwest Washington, D.C.
"That new vaccination site that just opened at Arena stage in Southwest D. C on Lee a few 100 doses today during the soft launch, Edgar Darby runs Arena State. There is a real Real sense of accomplishment around here today. It's thrilling to be able to take an action that really just builds people's confidence. You see, the centers of person gets That vaccine. They just feel they just have a different view of life. Now By tomorrow, they say they expect to give about 1000 Johnson and Johnson. Covert shots. A day side is by appointment only operates Thursday through Sunday from 8 to 5 to get a shot. You have to sign up through DC's vaccine portal
Barack Obama Is Now the Target of a Woke Mob
"Activists in chicago are protesting the renaming of chicago school. Because barack obama is a quote oppressor yeah. That's right This is from fox. News will caulkins. I think. I got the pronunciation right there. Board of education met tuesday evening debate renaming. Thomas jefferson middle school and daniel webster middle school after it was decided that historical figures either owned slaves or supported slavery one of the top contenders for thomas jefferson middle schools. New name is that of the first black president barack obama and former lady michelle but that name is drawing the ire of immigration activists and some in the latino community. Activists staged a protest outside the board meeting tuesday. We've got a quote here from edgar castellanos who's a school board member of district sixty. He said. i will not be part of renaming school after someone who did not and does not represent the undocumented community fox news went on to say the obama administration deported one point one eight one point eight million people in three years and under trump about eight hundred thousand were deported in the first three years. So barack obama did deport more illegal. People bend scary orange man. This
Atlanta To Be One Of Five Additional Vaccination Sites In Georgia
"Expansion of mass vaccination sites to get more shots in arms on the way March 17 5 additional State operated mass vaccination sites, one of those in Metro Atlanta's Bartow County alongside the four existing, including in Atlanta, governor Kim says a combined 45,000 doses could be given weekly ahead of that. Kemp says teachers and education workers will get priority for the new Johnson and Johnson doses now arriving in the pipeline. I just feel like we're Starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Edgar Trade It's
Gov. Kemp provides update on COVID-19 vaccine distribution in Georgia
"In vaccine supply sets the table for an increase in access to it. The new Johnson and Johnson vaccine on the way and this group will be front of the line. Prioritizing those doses for educators to expedite a full five days a week returned to the classroom, Governor, Kemp says, with overall supply increasing on March 17th Georgia's mass vaccination sites jumped from 4 to 91 of the new ones in Bartow County. Just cause we're doing ah, lot at our vaccine sites. We can't let our guard down. We've got to keep doing this for Another month or two Edgar Trade. It's 95.5 ws Me 53 degrees in Atlanta.
Georgia's Secretary Of State Office Launches Probe Into Trump Phone Call
"Hour News Center here in Atlanta. The Senate gavels in this afternoon for the start of the former president. Trump impeachment trial. Georgia will come up more than a few times, says WSB political analyst Bill Crane. We will be obviously more than mentioned. But I don't know that Georgia plays a prominent role in the actual assault. Know if witnesses are allowed at the trial. Georgia secretary State may testify about his January 2nd phone call with the former president. WSB is Edgar Trey gets reporting this morning that that call is now under investigation. In a statement, the Georgia's secretary of state's office tells us this investigation is a fact finding an administrative in nature. It was the phone call where Mr Trump asked Brad reference Burger to find votes pushing a bevy of unproven fraud claims. Now you can listen to coverage of the impeachment trial this afternoon at one o'clock on a m 7 50 wsb radio dot com and the
Georgia election officials investigate Trump call
"Georges Elections officials are looking into the January phone call between the secretary of state and then president Trump WSB radios. Edgar Trey gets explained. The Georgia secretary of State's office confirms the investigation prompted by a complaint made I just wanna find 11,780. Road. Throughout the call. The former president pushes Republicans Secretary of State Brad Rapids Burger on claims of fraud, he responds. There was nothing widespread. We have to stand by our numbers. We believe our numbers are
Reflections On Atlanta Braves Legend Henry "Hank" Aaron
"I could talk about the dignity in the class of hank. Aaron the man the you've been being for an hour easily but i'm a numbers guy and so let me tell you what i did. After hank aaron died i navigated over to his page on baseball reference. And i don't know. I just be held the majesty of this man's career and it literally gave me goosebumps. The more i looked the more. I realized he was beyond great. He was at some other level. He wound up with nearly thirty eight hundred hits. And that's a lot of freaking hits. It's a thousand more history chipper jones. It's two thousand more hits than mark. Maguire it's more hits than johnny bench and hank greenberg got combined and they're both in the hall of fame so i think about all those hints and i think about those seven hundred fifty five homeless because that's two hundred more homes than mickey mantle. Two hundred it's more homers than edgar martinez and duke snider hit combined. And they're both in the hall. But the more i dug i found other cool stuff to hank. Aaron had double digit home run seasons at age twenty and age. Forty here the only three players who did that. Willie mays ted williams hank aaron. That's a pretty good. Start on a mount rushmore. Would you say and all those home runs. He hit for all those years. This never struck out one hundred times. Then there's total basis crushes. Everyone who ever played in total bases six thousand eight hundred and fifty. Six total bases isn't just a record. It's seven hundred. Twenty two more than stan. Musial was the next closest player in history. If stan musial had hit another one hundred and eighty home runs. He still wouldn't catch i karen and total basis. That's a lot of total basis. That's incredible hitter hank. Aaron was for two decades. So is it possible to be one of the greatest players who ever lived and still the underrated. After looking over hank aaron's numbers. I think it is my name. Is david o'brien cover the braves for the athletic. And there's only two guys that i've ever felt this aura around them and that was mohammed ali and hank. Aaron and hank aaron. How's interviewed him. The first time at spring training. I remember approaching him and it was just You know i've done this for thirty years. And it was feeling. I've had unlike any other athlete that i've ever approached but then he immediately just he smiled and was so warm that that fear or intimidation just as melted away. And you could not believe that you were talking to this. Superstar is genuine icon living in atlanta for twenty years You can't overstate the importance of hank. Air to this city and this region the south. I grew up in the south and hank aaron being a black man being the greatest one of one of the two or three greatest players of all time and to do what he did in the south and then living in atlanta and seeing hank aaron you know mementos anchor and tributes and see his name on buildings and streets and that kind of thing. I would argue that. There is no athlete. That is more important to a city than hanker and wants to atlanta. He was such a huge part of how the culture of the south has changed. I mean this is a city where you feel fide of being so much black acceptance here. Thanks a huge huge part of that. He helped pave the way for all these other black athletes and entertainers wanna come here to be here. Brian jordan know it was an all star with atlanta. Bryant said that The reason that he chose atlanta was hank. Aaron and was a boy idle here. He said a black kid growing up playing baseball hank. Aaron was the guy but it was an opportunity for me to meet my hair. The hope the opportunity is given so many kids today. Amazing dominique wilkins. Said hank was a big reason. That he came here was one of the first people. It's probably one of the most instrumental guys into getting me here in atlanta. But one for god like hank. I wouldn't been here. Was hanker went to ted turner and said hey you need to get this kid by any means necessary. He said people should give the roses while they're alive and that he's glad to see him getting them now but he said hank should have been put on a pedestal decades ago and he was right What are the things that i remember him saying is that you gotta set example for people to come at you. And how do you do that. You do the right way you doing about being Have miltie you do it by just doing the right thing and the right thing a lot of times. It's hard and a lot of guys. Young guys don't know how to do the right thing. As far as how they present themselves to people and how they get back to people so to give back experts that i've learned over the years has become from erin trampling. We don't see that much of that anymore today. And he lived in the same house that he bought when he came here in. Nineteen sixty six from the
Cold Case, Right There Before God And Country
"A little welcomes the best case. Worst case is jim clemente retarded bag profiled from nick city prosecutor and writer-producer. Cbs's criminal minds and with me. Today is various francey hague's former state and federal prosecutor jam. We are back at it regular best case worst case behind police lines and today. I'm so excited because not only do we have a special guest. We have a special guest from my own state of georgia. Gen numbered outnumbered. We'll see about that. It's fantastic and our special guest is cheryl mccollum. He's from atlanta. You can hear accent. I love it. Sheryl mccollum tells what your background who you yes. Well on the director of the cold case investigative research institute. But i'm also a crime scene investigator for a local metro atlanta department. So i wear both hats a lot of actual actual badge holders here. We have a real live like vinnie. The cop comedian. We had on a few weeks ago. Now we have cheryl cheryl. Are you a comedian by any chance birdie funny we'll see we'll get it. I knew for us to really interesting though. But mostly it's jim who likes to mock me and he thinks that's funny anyway. Let's talk about you. This is so exciting. I'm so grateful you came on the show because we just don't have very many people from georgia i mean. Jim doesn't let me every time i ask on his own. He doesn't like people from georgia or any stubborn fate or really anyone from anywhere but california saying like that. I'm pretty sure i've heard him say that. But i have you and you're from georgia so tell us about your background. What do you do. And how did you get there will native laden and i was educated through all my years from elementary school. All the way through college in fulton county also delivered academy for hostile which is in college far. And then i went georgia's jay which is right downtown atlanta and my husband and i went to high school in college together and we now have two children. One's in college are sign in our daughters out next year. So big thing to translate to when we use terms of are the general people. Don't understand. I we always like to ask everyone. Okay all right. Yeah fixing a whole lot in new york city office. We use fixing. I'm big in my car. This extreme eight on our facebook page. I guarantee you. They're going to be play people as a jim. How could you not know what she was saying. Everyone loves making sure everybody in the audience. Where because we do have people in australia. For example who are probably fixing their cars and in london who are probably fixing of tea. But i don't know about college. That's what she meant So thank you for all so. Tell us about your path to to the police. I mean how did you you obviously. You're the director of a cold case investment institute. But how did you become involved in police work. My path actually started when i was about four. So you remember way back in the day. We didn't have interstates so there were two lane roads to get to the beach and my mother would tell us these Tastic stories and if you get outside of atlanta about a hundred miles you'd have radio stations. Associated was are entertained. So i can remember her telling us about bonnie by just became so captivated by the idea that this couple loved each other fiercely crisscross. The united states robbing banks. And i'm like yeah. I got i got to get it on that somehow. So so you actually. Considering crisscrossing the united states robbing banks. Or did you go right. Do let's stop. That stop was a time when did an international joel things hard like the mafia really did appeal to me but of course she would tell me things like well. Honey were not add talian. And they're not don't take you in the mob and so they tried to push me the other way a little bit on the hall. They died in a hail of bullets. Said that when i was four she waited any is when they took me to see the dance. Call now eight. I realized what happened. Medef they took alcatraz. And when i was in the seventh grade straight. Weren't they buy that gun. I guess just trying to show me every element you know when i was in the seventh grade I wrote j. edgar hoover fanmail letter did write you back. He did write me back and much basically say stay in school and studying hard which crashed me because i thought surely he's got a holly me up because nobody's going to suspect the twelve year old little southern girl i could you know get inada places unseen
‘No Time to Die’ Delays Release Date Again
"The question is simply which spring twenty twenty one film. Are you most hopeful about seeing on the big screen and there's only two options. I guess three if you count other and yes one of them already. We're not sure is really going to come out and spring josh. The choices are yeah. There's there's been sort of rumors reports that the new bond no time to die might be pushed back beyond its april to date but as of right now i think that's what they're saying. So that's one option. No time to die the bond film. The other is the new edgar right film last night. In soho right now. That's got an april twenty three release so for me you know. I'm not anti bond but We've had a lot of bonds. I'm gonna vote. Edgar right we. We haven't had enough edgar right films yet. So that's the one. I would go
California Latinos hit hardest by coronavirus
"Back now with the group hardest. Hit by covid latinos in california. They make up. Nearly half of all deaths gotti short says more in tonight's inequality in america. Okay it's the start of the night shift in one of the areas in la hardest hit by covid nineteen and christiane say is just beginning. His rounds not come on whether christian grew up in this predominantly latino neighborhood what he sees happening to his community. Every night is overwhelming blue. That means that a patient is in cardiopulmonary arrest. This patient to now has had heart stopped the total of five to six times. He says there are two types of conversations happened in these hospital halls that rock him to his core some among nurses themselves. Sometimes it's like. Hey you know before we go into this room. His wife was on another floor and she didn't make it a couple of days ago. She just passed away so remember. Don't say anything about that. Then there though is when patients turn to him and ask this. The absolute worst is when verbalize it when they say. Hey i'm not gonna make 'em i you know. What do you say to that across los angeles. Death rates among latinos are twice as high as the rest of the population latinos hospitalized around three times more often than white communities doctor edgar chavez works at a community clinic in his seen ten of his patients die from kovic many from multi generational households who bring the virus home and then spread it within their family. It's really hard for us to see our population doing the work that nobody else wants to do front facing exposing themselves to cove it and then dying from kobe and then not getting the healthcare that they need not getting the vaccine fast enough some funeral homes like this one are averaging thirty body removals a day and those are just the ones they can get too often having to families that they just don't have the capacity this right here. This is a refrigerated truck that was brought in to deal with some of the overflow. Meanwhile families we for funerals to bury loved ones like ramon bustamante. It was agreed. He didn't have anything for us. He was a single father and an essential worker at a grocery store. Who said goodbye to his daughters through. A glass window might not his head but sh scar retracted little hards. A community considered essential but suffering the
"edgar" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"To Edgar had on his return to earth from the moon it was a definite turning point for at great would direct his whole future and he said he'd like to grab the politicians by the growth of the neck and make them look down as the beautiful earth and planet I had an opportunity over the with last weekend or so to meet Paul Hynek who'd been on my program before and of course Paul being the son of the late J. Allen Hynek was just a superb individual I like him a lot he did a great job on our show and did a great job at this event Edgar Edgar new high neck as well than me oh yes as he talked about them coming together in this the hotel room of the conference and awareness conference that still had organized since he had been organizing those kinds of conferences during those earlier years and you know I can you imagine being in a conversation listening in on a conversation between J. Allen Hynek and Edgar Mitchell I wonder what they talked about it I think we know we sure do what's a coming up on the second half well I continue my conversation with bill about his biographical tribute to anchor the pathway of greatness that he kills a Hector Edgar was destined to follow in his lifetime and he told me about what sets it apart from the other astronauts in a special group of twelve million workers that's amazing work to Cheryl and of course as we are getting the phone calls with you later on as wide ranging of course anything paranormal goes for what are your favorite subjects by the way well you know I do live in the subject UFOs and aliens even know of my work with a number of conferences over the years in various projects in that regard so that's a given and of course Edgar wives the NASA astronaut who believes in aliens and and not UFOs as well into a lot of that but he handled it well and there are some stories in the book about how he handled it with a powerful upper hand when we were at the sea bass of the vent in DC and Edgar Mitchell was one of the keynote speakers there and he was telling all of us the he had never seen a UFO on the moon but was told by people in government that we have been visited here and he was a believer he definitely wise and one of those stories in the UFO community now that your phone is store circle involves the Mitchell the rather the Wilson Mitchell papers and that's still a developing story it's been out there for a while but we continue to get little updates on it and so on but that is something that I did ask bill about still keeps up on all of the staff who was eighty nine by the way wow sure wouldn't know it by loss of energy sure we're gonna take a break we'll come back with the second segment next on coast to coast AM do you have a photo that you think would interest the coast to coast audience we're always on the hunt for unique and.
"edgar" Discussed on KTOK
"Edgar had on his return to earth from the moon that was a definite turning point for at great would direct his whole future and he said he'd like to grab the politicians by the growth of the neck and make them look down at the beautiful earth and planet I had an opportunity with the with last weekend or so to meet Paul Hynek who'd been on my program before and of course Paul being the son of the late J. Allen Hynek was just superb individual I like him a lot he did a great job on our show and did a great job at this event Edgar Edgar new high neck as well than me oh yes as he talked about them coming together in this the hotel room of the conference and awareness conference that still had organized since he had been organizing those kinds of conferences during those earlier years and you know I can you imagine being in a conversation listening in on a conversation between J. Allen Hynek and Edgar Mitchell I wonder what they talked about it I think we know we sure do what's a coming up on the second half we'll continue our conversation with bill about his biographical tribute to Edgar the pathway of greatness that he kills a Hector Edgar was destined to follow in his lifetime and he told me about what sets it apart from the other astronauts in a special group of twelve million workers well it's amazing work to Cheryl and of course as we are getting the phone calls with you later on as wide ranging of course anything paranormal goes for what are your favorite subjects by the way well you know I do life gets in the subjects of UFOs and aliens even know of my work with a number of conferences over the years in various projects in that regard so that's a given and of course Edgar wives the NASA astronaut who believes in aliens and and nine UFOs as well and took a lot of but he handled it well and there are some stories in the book about how he handled it with a powerful upper hand when we were at the sea bass of the vent in DC and Edgar Mitchell was one of the keynote speakers there and he was telling all of us the he had never seen a UFO on the moon but was told by people in government that we have been visited here and he was a believer he definitely wanted and one of those stories in the UFO community now the UFO news story circle involves the Mitchell the rather the Wilson Mitchell's papers and that still a developing story it's been out there for a while but we continue to get little updates on it and so on but that is something that I did ask bill about still keeps up on all of the stuff that was eighty nine by the way wow sure wouldn't know it by loss of energy sure we're gonna take a break we'll come back with the second segment next on coast to coast AM do you have a photo that you think would interest the coast to coast audience we're always on the hunt for.