18 Burst results for "Edmund Fitzgerald"

"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:52 min | 6 months ago

"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on KTOK

"That. That is valid. NewsRadio 1080 Okay, checking in Frog, Memphis, Tennessee, on the road listening on the I Heart radio app. It's our good friend, talker, Ted. Well, Good evening, Lee. How are you? Very well, sir. Go ahead. You know what happened 45 years ago today or this evening? I do not The wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald. Uh oh, yes, yes. And the big lake they call get you gummy. Yup. Ahh. Lost. Lost a family member that day. You did? Yes, my second cousin. It was my mom's cousin. I remember at six years, six years old, making the drive to Detroit and listening to that bell chimes says 29 times. Yes, I remember. That was the summer of 76. Making five trips as a family up to white. This point and Whitefish Bay trying to find debris, just something that might belong to Paul. Wow. And you know, they've done a bunch of studies of it. I know the denture dives on it. Andi, I think the best they could come up with was when its bow went under a wave. The main hatchway caved in and it just didn't come back up. It just went straight down. Well, they lost. They lost the front hatch. They did that National Geographic's got that draining the oceans and they did in the Great Lakes. And they figure what happened is earlier in the evening. He lost the hatch. Okay, and they took on water. And he was trying and Captain McSorley was trying to make Whitefish Bay the protection of Whitefish Bank where they'd be shallower water. Well, it was shallower water and the bay would protect them from the west from the wind. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. When he lost that that hatch they took in all that water from as the ship was plunging in. And for the folks of Oklahoma that don't know about these. These lakes traitors. They are several there like three football fields long. Yeah, they're here. You want to ride to get one end of the the vote to the other. They do it by bicycle. Yeah, so It's Ah, It's not an easy feat. You just don't Go. Willy nilly, you know, back and forth. Yeah, but When he tried to go around. There's ah, a chain of islands as you're coming into Whitefish Bay. And as he was going around, they figured that he had taken taken on enough water. That the front of the boat Drug across the shoal bedrock shoal there. And tour the bottom. OK, OK. Well, it certainly is a sad story and ah, a lucrative song for Gordon Lightfoot. It was a very looking out. Of course. Nobody knows whether the maid the cook came on deck. No, nobody. No boys here are doing way Don't know if that was there were some artistic, you know, Talent's taken and writing the song, but he he paid on or two of the victims and their families. I I saw an interview where he was, hey, was inspired by that song to write that song. It was just a byline on the newspaper a little corner by line. By the way, the Edmund Fitzgerald lost with all souls and and you know, And it was like, huh? There's a story behind that he started looking into it and wrote the song. Yeah, I would love to hear that interview. If you could ever find it and playing, as you know, later with Lee or something, sir, would be interested in listening to that. Well, that's that's interesting. Did you ever have the opportunity to interview Gordon Lightfoot? No, I never have And I understand He's not in very good health right now, but I think he's still working. I think he's still touring. But it's not as it's not like it used to be. But that's that's entertaining that you and I and I was in Charleston, South Carolina for about four years, and I had a little boat. And my wife and I, My wife loved to go out shelling picking up shells, and so we've gone to the barrier islands and she would find these wonderful shells and we'd bring him home and a couple of times there would be one of these huge container ships. And in the local paper, you could look look up. What the name of the ship Wass where it was bound from how long it was and so on. Most of them were 1112 100, ft long vessels, and they would be stacked high with these containers that you see on railroads and trucks. And you'd think it was stacked so high. It's going to flip over and it would look like it's not moving very fast. I'd get my little boat and get out of the way. And has that thing got closer. You realized it was doing about 20 knots. Right, You know if I don't know, Have you ever dived in and it is a great lately? No, I have not. I'm aching to do it. I don't want to dive the EDF. It's because it's a It's a war. It's a grave, but there are many other vessels. There are vessels in the Great Lakes that go back to the Revolutionary War. Because it's fresh water. It does not deteriorate. There's nothing to deteriorate the woods so you could go down there and see you go down there and see revolutionary War vessels in pristine condition. Yeah, There's a lot of on the east side of state. And there are a lot of side side Wheeler side steamers. Yeah. Yeah, And there are dive operators that will take you there. They they know where they all are. So I'm anxious to do that one day. Yeah, either there traverse City I would recognize, you know, going out of port here on Saginaw area, So if you know Yeah, That's where all the traffic wass Yeah. Yeah, and it's cold. It's cold water diving, even in the summer, So I gotta run Trucker Ted, Thanks for the story and the memory on NewsRadio 1020 Okay, and the drive. This report is sponsored by variety care from the roof. Dash r x dot com Traffic Center Still wrap it up South bound to 35 10th Outbound 44, north of South West 59 North bound Broadway extension, Hefner. It's 57 at news radio 1000 Katie. Okay, this is dispatch Health house called Hi there. They provide urgent medical care.

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"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:30 min | 6 months ago

"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"J Live from from below, home down. Where were you on? Remember 10 1975. That's when the Edmund Fitzgerald was lost, Likes period Gordon Lightfoot, his voice is incredible. Just one of the best voices of music. If he still tours. He's from Canada, by the way, actually knew somebody that was on the Edmund Fitzgerald trips. Previously, they had sailed on that ship and servant and ship worked on, uh, sad story. I know they found the wreckage, but it's so deep and they're still trying to ascertain like, figure out how this thing went down in a big, big ship. I think he was carrying iron or that sounds right to me, right? That's in the lyrics of the song and think. Anyway, all those years ago night 1975. All right, So we're talking about the turkey thing, And we're gonna have news here in a second, But, you know, Matt six. Been pushing hard on me. Call me a cheater yesterday. Here's what Matsuki is going to sound like when I Put some justice on his head like this is going to scream a little bit. It's gonna hurt I'm not advocating physical violence, but he called me a cheater. I cannot let that stand. Many of these sneaky about it. Maybe I'll do it behind the scenes. We'll get in some way. He likes to wear hats, right mats just ahead and I put some whipped cream inside the hat when he puts it on has got whipped cream all over his head. Very Italian of you right now. I don't know. Full Sicilians happened. Don't know. Yes. Don't mess with the Italians, buddy. I mean, he just just random. We've had a great relationship. His hashtag on Twitter with Skippy is cheating. That's a throw down my world. The bank called Century. Maybe I call somebody people don't forget. Anyway, he's jealous. Donates to ya is jealous. That's why the whole afternoon crew. My goodness. I had more turkeys Don't in the first day that they've done in the hole. But six days have been a lot of shade at you for some odd reason. Well, then another jealous in there. You can't catch up. So they have to play those kind of games. Those mind games But listen, we'll just blow him out of the water. He used you to donate doubIe teamed you, dotcom. Pass the turkey banner. Find my page. Click Donate. I give you a shout out about that. Linda from Appleton, Turkey. Earlier, Jim from a condom on a 10, a 10 pack of turkeys. How about that? Easy is that I got a big one coming up 200 turkeys. We'll talk about that tomorrow anyway. At 11 45 Melissa Barclay will join us. A feature Who these turkeys and who the hunger task force helps people that need help. Shield will join us in studio talk about that. It is 11 31. Enough for me. Let's go. W T. M. J breaking news Center Mike Spaulding. Thank you, Steve. From the W. T. M. J breaking News Center. We go to Washington, D. C. That's where arguments over the Affordable Care act took place this morning. Republicans. Arguing at the mandating that all Americans purchase health insurance is unconstitutional. Congress did eliminate the financial penalty portion of that individual mandate in 2017 President elect Joe Biden is expected to address the Supreme Court here in the next couple of hours. A former teacher, Appleton's Wilson Middle School, now behind bars arrested Monday on suspicion of having sexual contact with a former student. Appleton police say Brian Dimmers being held at the Outagamie County jail after police were alerted to this possible inappropriate interaction with a.

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A Little History- Based On A True Story

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:13 min | 10 months ago

A Little History- Based On A True Story

"They were talking about. Songs that are based on true stories. And, What's interesting about this subject? Is that a lot of times? When you see a movie that says based on a true story, it literally might have one aspect of an event that they base it on, but when it's the song, it's actually a it seems like it's more valid. There's more. There's less at stake. That film. And there's more accuracy than movies claim to be sometimes. So. We're covering I. Think they're seven songs here I realize you probably left went out and he did it on purpose. Which one would be the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald by Gordon. Lightfoot Never bring that up in polite society, his based on a true event. It is one of the worst songs and don't get me wrong. I like Gordon Life. She said it. You heard it here. I like Gordon. Lightfoot care that song is. What are the worst songs ever anyway? please understand with some of these things like my very first one. There's literally no way I can tell you the entire story, so I'm having to kind of give you guys the abridged version, and so please forgive me for that, because the first one is waiting for the worms by Pink Floyd, which is about the Nazi death camps of the Holocaust. So right like starting right off the bat. There is literally no way in a single episode of a podcast. Can I explain to you the Nazi Holocaust? But what I will say is that there was this war called World War Two. In the thirties and the forties as we all know guys there. There's mass extermination and for years Jewish people and other other people like the Romani Gypsies. Homosexuals were sent to forced labor camps. And Ghettos and then this thirties in Europe, a yeah, and in nineteen, forty two, they were actually deported to extermination camps, or or other kind of forced labour camps, whereas like Auschwitz was was. A labor camp and the death camp we were there on. Didn't go on our honeymoon, but we went to. Visit Europe we went to Poland actually. Yeah, it was It was one of the most important things that I feel like I. Ever made us do I'm sorry, we. We were in. Leipzig, Germany for our son's graduation and. We decided that since we were so close to Poland, which was about? It's about a six hour drive. Didn't turn out to be. Another story altogether. There's like one road to Poland. But we we rented a car. We drove to Poland. And we went to Auschwitz and. It, if you ever have the opportunity to go experience at, please do because it's one of the most important things you can do is to just be in that space and exist in that space. And just close your eyes and just feel. And it was one of the most. I hate touching. But it was one those moments where I could feel the past. Choking me. And it's overwhelming. It's incredibly overwhelming and. Just, the the the size the scope the scale that they did things on. Were saying and it was a machine. And so. Auschwitz had. A cyclone be they would lead people into the gas chambers. Drop the cyclone being and. I think it would take maybe seven minutes, and then they would just go in clear the bodies. And put them into the. The furnaces and they're six camps that were purely extermination camps, and trebling was one of them that they didn't actually think. Treblinka existed because they had before. It, they had a chance to liberate. The literally tore everything down and planted trees. And they didn't think that it existed, but they found infrastructure like in the ground, and then they found mass. Graves and things like that well speaking of research on the Second World War the series. Band of brothers is probably at the top of things to see and my gosh episode I'm going to site. Is your favorite episode nine why we fight his capture, the discovery of this and the meaning of what it was, and they do a great job of sort of keeping in that time-frame, instead of looking back with the knowledge that we have now just imagine. Coming out of the woods in finding this. Cluster of buildings and there's barbed wire, and there's people and you're not sure what it is and I think they just did a masterful job catching the how these soldiers fell when they when they stumbled across this camp. Yeah,

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"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"So tomorrow is the anniversary of the wreck of the Edmund fitzgerald grant nineteen seventy five then lost a bunch of people in the ship itself for ocean the ocean they always see is unforgiving well this wasn't the ocean this was and locally eight laks may I forget which which one is called which is if you don't give me a dime not sure which one that could you look up which is the Great Lakes is get you go over his nickname without the Indian name of it it's probably so we think maybe a superior occurred I don't hurt here I've heard that term Lake Champlain I don't know at all we have not even looked it up he's making stuff up stop making from he does not as well get you give me that so that so type in Edmond fitz Gerald and which is great Lake Superior yeah I thought it was are you talking about my program all the lake I thought aloof you she says she was talking about how superior the checking Kelly show is compared to yourself moon nice all right so they were Chris so that's the at and today the walking down in New Orleans yeah yeah there was yeah if you're over chairs here's a listener calling in to tell us it's like superior because they're faster on the computer then well it has very she's very fast yeah she may have known that you may not have to look that up I have known that smart she is she saying down a lot then any G. no it should be no Jimmy called up with it the head of all the news Hey by the way the winter is Alicia and I we coordinated our office today so did you notice that I I did not notice that I haven't seen them in the same room thing I noticed down they didn't even notice that I don't say what kind of addressed you have on its not a dress I talking about okay would get both for Jim get have fever had to whom Jim guy that was a birthday today and I don't have we ever day to you happy happy Jim had there was saying that I'm not at his age you got to do a lot bird day only is older than me yeah well you guys listening you probably has as radio cranked up all the way you don't have to sing louder you have to be okay at beaver stated Jim's November seventh he was born and make sure you turn off your blinkers after you're done using on I'll call leave a bowl all right Chris so it's called the eventual left eventually left turn twenty miles after you already threaded life my car beeps at me if I leave it on too long the what the signal level yeah yeah you they've added to to to yeah they they looked at me and said yeah put that feature on the car for him but here's the here's the price that the gray hair godly issue using yes I think the really that really bugs changeling yeah good luck I turn now everybody hello it's a new email coming in I better check that out it could be you who knows what that is could be important probably not it's says tomorrow on it says it's also the birthday of the marine corps yes yes I did read that and yet yeah that's great you're better engine eighty on Monday while I have you here I want to see if you can do this Chris you think you know music let's see if we can figure this one out you're going to do the the himself or the of the songs from which him or what what what goes with which which branch of.

Edmund fitzgerald
"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

09:32 min | 1 year ago

"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The Edmund fitzgerald. it sank in Lake Superior. twenty nine lives forty one years ago. gosh doesn't seem that long is what's happening. for the second day in a row thousands of protesters took to the streets across the country Thursday night even as president elect Donald Trump president Barack Obama sought to set an example by striking a more conciliatory tone in their first meeting since the election protesters in San Francisco including students from at least ten schools demonstrated by marching in the city's downtown area chanting Hey Hey ho ho Donald Trump has got a goal for the second day in a row New Yorkers took to the streets in droves asking the country to join them demonstrations have taken place in at least ten cities with the more adding to the mix anti trump protests in Miami grand rapids Michigan Dallas Louisville Kentucky expected more this week for the most part demonstrators have been peaceful but the arrests have been made in California and in Chicago as well now the US banking sector shares surged to levels not seen since the mist of the two thousand eight financial crisis pushing that down to an all time high well technology shares sank as the Wall Street rearranged it's bats the benefit from Donald trump's presidency Michelle walk with us Michael what do you think this presidency will do for the stock market well. what is the what is he said George and what is he going to do the Dow futures were off a thousand points and in a matter of hours they recovered all of that and more yeah the Nikkei was down to thirteen hundred points the Japanese market yep the Japanese market it recovered all of it it all is the gold was up and then down and then up and now down meanwhile oil which is what I'm really looking at it as an indication of what the economy's gonna do just kind of sat there why song people are shrugging their shoulders now trump did promise these gonna put something on infrastructure and I'm sure I think that's going to happen we can debate whether or not that's a good idea or not personally I think deficits are bad idea but it's probably going to happen why because Republican congressman and democratic Congress are going to say. he wants to spend money in my district alas through it meanwhile stuff like the wall I still don't think the wall is going to happen George I think the wall is a very bad idea and I don't think he can do that by himself so we've got this dichotomy here of things that might happen in might not but he was very very conciliatory all my gosh now. amazing he sounded. residential after he won. hi all it is Germany came out yeah Angela Merkel chancellor Merkel came out and practically threaten trump said your. don't go through with this global warming revisions don't do this don't do that meanwhile she's in bed what what Turkey and the president of Turkey is issued a post he said he said women don't belong are not equal to men and he'll they don't have rights that men who so it's all very very confusing here George but here's here's the final analysis on this if if trump goes ahead with his plan to put tariffs on Chinese goods we're going to see. inflation in the US we're going to see prices rise if the fed reacts to that we will be reacting to false economy signal and you know what will happen to the stock market if the fed raises interest rates yeah well we believe we know what will happen to me from the things that people thought they knew didn't happen we thought there everyone thought that they knew that the brakes it was a bad idea actually I thought break was it was a good idea I wasn't surprised by that at all I was not all that surprised by a a trump victory you know I thought he was going to lose after he totally blew the first debate then the poll started swinging around in his favor I was no longer surprised so what is he going to do here that's the key I I think short term the market is reacting actually to this deficit spending with more on infrastructure and we have to see does he follow through on this trade threat because my big fear George still remains as we discussed many times before is a global trade war and no one wins we will see mish thank you city lawmakers in Los Angeles have approved a night time ban on living in vehicles their homes parks and schools over the protests of those who say the measure will criminalize homeless people the LA times reports that the measure permits parking and sleeping and certain industrial or commercial districts the ordinance sites unsanitary conditions no worries and crime as reasons for the ban in other parts of the city. you go up the coast to coast am dot com look at the highlights video a man in China who is gone without is right here for the past year we'll soon have a new appendage after doctors grew the body part of his arm using part of his rib cage so he's going to have an easier because it was grown on part of his arm and then they'll just attach it and it is so there's not gonna be any rejection. two brothers from Slovakia have won a grave digging competition at an international exhibition of funeral burial or cremation services the two brothers forty three and forty one years old **** grave one point five meters deep two meters long ninety centimeters wide in fifty four minutes to win about that. I strangely shaped depression on Mars could be a new place to look for signs of life on the red planet according to a university of Texas at Austin study the depression was probably formed by a volcano beneath the glacier and could have been a warm chemical rich environment well suited for microbial life what else is going on in the skies and of course we've got the super moon coming up on Monday but here's Stephen Kate's doctor Scarry stayed on all great stuff here I'm sitting here watching the moon right now like I'm sure many coast listeners because the countdown to the Superbowl is we've been building up in so much of the media George look all over the web and TV and radio is talking about this again the best time to see it you wanna look on Monday just as the moon does rise check the local times for moonrise but as you move into the weekend they're still great opportunities to see it so if we look right now with the moon for those they can see our lives guy now some two hundred and twenty six thousand miles away the moon only has to go to terms it's actual diameter it's about two thousand one hundred and fifty nine miles across the moon's diameter so George movie two times its diameter closer and that's how close it will be two hundred and twenty one thousand nine hundred and twenty four miles when you see it and what's really cool about this is if you look into some really interesting facts about the moon and I was amazed at this one the lunar reconnaissance orbiter which has a lot of this headquarters out here at the at Arizona State University back in two thousand and nine we came up with this amazing measurement of temperature in the service the lowest temperature observed in the solar system is not out by Neptune and Pluto if at the South Pole of the moon some three hundred and ninety seven degrees below zero on the Fahrenheit scale that's not quite the absolute zero but the point of the whole thing is if you're staring at the moon looking at the southern part of the moon another good reason to say while it's amazing little object and George even more amazing is why do we have these perfect whole. eclipses of the sun the idea you know that I am more than the sun matches so amazing and finally here's something really cool in the ones guy we're going to two small meteor showers one that piece right now call the northern towards look to the left of the moon for the next few nights and if you see a few of these brave blazing fireball through a few of them not many you're seeing something from think he's comet this of course known as the northern towards towards so much don't forget everybody take a look at that super moon over the weekend Monday night and doctors guy reminds everyone always remember to keep your eyes to the sky and that's going to be an exciting moment indeed in a moment one of the world's greatest egyptologists John Anthony west joins me his latest work dead saints chronicles John Anthony west next on coast to coast AM..

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"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Ian punit while we all know that song. Really is still a masterpiece tune, but I was just talking about this video that I had seen once and it was, it was I call it amateur, but it, it it was a home. Video of sorts. Probably from professional divers, making an amateur TV show out of it. I don't know. Anyway, it wasn't it wasn't the best video but they were they tastefully edited it. But you could see that there was still a person inside. The it seemed like there was still a body, a very ghostly image. Of somebody that was stuck fraternity in the cabinet of, of the, the Edmund FitzGerald, and it was, it was because of the temperature of the water that the, the body was preserved the way that it was, then as our guest, Dr Lee, Spence said, this is not uncommon under certain conditions. He doesn't run into it very often, but the government will use that excuse all the time that, hey, this is a grave site. And so this is not to be disturbed, and that's just where I want to pick up the conversation next. I mean there are grave sites, right? I mean that we should know that recognize them as he said, you know, certain battleships and other things with their actual people involved that will never be retrieved. That's one thing. But when they use it as leverage of people who are treasure, hunting, or historians or archaeologists. Well, what, what can one do? Due to fight the government. And for that matter is, this is just a matter that the government wants you to do all the work where it collects all the benefit next on coast to coast AM. This is he and pundit. Guess what? Right now is the perfect time to tackle those home projects. You've been putting off, so come summertime, you can just sit back and relax. Homeadvisor can help get you.

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"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on WTVN

"This is coast to coast AM with Ian punit while we all know that song. Really, is still a masterpiece of tune, but I was just talking about this video that I had seen. What's in it was it was? Call an amateur, but it was a home. Video of sorts. Probably from professional divers, making an amateur TV show out of it. Anyway, it wasn't it wasn't the best video but they were they tastefully edited it. But you could see that there was still a person inside the it seemed like there was still a body, a very ghostly image. Of somebody that was stuck fraternity in the cabinet of, of the, the Edmund FitzGerald, and it was, it was because of the temperature of the water that the, the body was preserved the way that it was then as our guest. Dr Lee, Spence said, this is not uncommon under certain conditions. He doesn't run into very often, but the government will use that excuse all the time that, hey, this is a grave site. And so this is not to be disturbed and that's where I wanna pick up the conversation next. I mean, there are gravesites right that we should know that recognize them as he said, you know, certain battleships and other things with their actual people involved that will never be retrieved. That's one thing. But when they use it as leverage on people who are treasure, hunting, or historians or archaeologists, well, what, what can one do. Due to fight the government. And for that matter is a system matter that the government wants you to do all the work where it collects all the benefit next on coast to coast AM. This is he punnet. Guess what? Right now is the perfect time to tackle those home projects. You've been putting off, so come summertime, you can just sit back and relax. Homeadvisor can help get you.

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"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"AM with Ian punnet. We all know that song. Really, is still masterpieces to. Talking about this video that I'd seen once and it was it was. Amateur, but it was a home video of sorts probably for professional divers, making an amateur TV show out of it. Anyway, it wasn't it wasn't the best video but they were they tastefully edited it. But you could see that there was still a person inside the it seemed like there was still a body very ghostly image. Of somebody that was stuck fraternity in the cabinet of, of the, the Edmund FitzGerald, and it was, it was because of the temperature of the water that the, the body was preserved the way that it was then as our guest. Dr Lee, Spence said, this is not uncommon under certain conditions. He doesn't run into very often, but the government will use that excuse all the time that, hey, this is a grave site. And so this is not to be disturbed, and that's just where I want to pick up the conversation next. I mean there are gravesites, right. We should know that recognize it. And as he said, you know, certain battleships and other things with our actual people involved that will never be retrieved. That's one thing. But when they use it as leverage of people who are treasure, hunting, or historians archaeologists. Well, what, what can one do? To fight the government. And for that matter is matter that the government wants you to do all the work where it collects all the benefit next on coast to coast, AM, this punnet. Radio twelve hundred zero. Guess what? Right now is the perfect time to tackle those home.

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"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Is coast to coast AM with Ian punit while we all know that song. Really, is still a masterpiece of Tim, but I was just talking about this video that I had seen once and it was it was I don't call it an amateur. But it it was a home. Video of sorts. Probably from professional divers, making an amateur TV show out of it. I don't know. Anyway, it wasn't it wasn't the best video but they were they tastefully edited it. But you could see that there was still a person inside the it seemed like there was still a body, a very ghostly image. Of somebody that was stuck fraternity in the cabinet of, of the, the Edmund FitzGerald, and it was, it was because of the temperature of the water that the, the body was preserved the way that it was and is our guest. Dr Lee, Spence said, this is not uncommon under certain conditions. He doesn't run into it very often, but the government will use that excuse all the time that, hey, this is a grave site. And so this is not to be disturbed, and that's just where I want to pick up the conversation next. I mean there are grave sites. Right. Mean that we should know that recognize them as he said, you know, certain battleships and other things were there, actual people involved that will never be retrieved. That's one thing. But when they use it as leverage on people who are treasure, hunting, or historians or archaeologists. Well, what, what can one do? Due to fight the government. And for that matter is, this is just a matter that the government wants you to do all the work where it collects all the benefit next on coast to coast AM this product. Guess what? Right now is the perfect time to tackle those home projects. You've been putting off, so come summertime, you can just sit back and relax home advisor can help.

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"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"This is coast to coast AM with Ian punnet. No. That song. Really, is still a masterpiece of tune, but I was just talking about this video that I had seen once, and it was it was I don't call it an amateur, but it it was a home. Video of sorts. Probably from professional divers, making an amateur TV show out of it. I don't know. Anyway, it wasn't it wasn't the best video but they were they tastefully edited it. But you could see that there was still a person inside. The it seemed like there was still a body, a very ghostly image. Of somebody that was stuck for eternity. In the cabinet of, of the, the Edmund FitzGerald, and it was it was because of the temperature of the water that the body was preserved the way that it was and is our guest. Dr Lee, Spence said, this is not uncommon under certain conditions. He doesn't run into it very often, but the government will use that excuse all the time that, hey, this is a grave site. And so this is not to be disturbed, and that's just where I want to pick up the conversation next. I mean there are great sites, right? I mean that we should know that recognize it as he said, you know, certain battleships and other things with their actual people involved that will never be retrieved. That's one thing. But when they use it as leverage of people who are treasure, hunting, or historians or archaeologists, well, what, what can one do to fight the government and for that matter is, this is just a matter that the government wants you to do all the. Work where it collects all the benefit next on coast to coast AM. This is he and.

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"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"This is coast to coast AM with Ian punit while we all know that song. Really, is still a masterpiece of tune, but I was just talking about this video that I had seen once, and it was it was I don't call it an amateur, but it it was a home. Video of sorts. Probably from professional divers, making an amateur TV show out of it. Anyway, it wasn't it wasn't the best video but they were they case finally edited it. But you could see that there was still a person inside. The it seemed like there was still a body, a very ghostly image. Of somebody that was stuck for turn ity in the cabinet of, of the, the Edmund FitzGerald, and it was, it was because of the temperature of the water that the, the body was preserved the way that it was and is our guest. Dr Lee, Spence said, this is not uncommon under certain conditions. He doesn't run into it very often, but the government will use that excuse all the time that, hey, this is a grave site. And so this is not to be disturbed, and that's just where I want to pick up the conversation next. I mean there are grave sites, right? I mean that we should know that recognize them as he said, you know, certain battleships and other things with our actual people involved that will never be retrieved. That's one thing. But when they use it as leverage on people who are treasure, hunting, or historians or archaeologists, well, what, what can one do. Due to fight the government. And for that matter is, this is just a matter that the government wants you to do all the work where it collects all the benefit next on coast to coast AM. This is he and pundit. Guess what? Right now is the perfect time to tackle those home projects. You've been putting off, so come summertime, you can just sit back and relax. Homeadvisor can help get.

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"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on X96

X96

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on X96

"Come a little early. Thanks for letting me listen have a double for me since I can't each show says, hey, and stake here Gina. Let us know when the baby comes back what you named it. We'll tell you whether it was good name or not. She should tell us before. She names can stop you before you do something. Let's see this from Jason the overly sensitive automatic toilet at work. I think this is one of bills he had left. Ours are not sensitive. It's the opposite. This one flushes my seat protector before I can sit down causing me to race to the toilet damn thing. Second people at work who opened the microwave while my food is in their realize it's being used then shut the door and don't start it back up again. Why just pushed start again? Gordon, Lightfoot must go. Hey. He's dead. Isn't he know almost dead? Sing the wreck of the Edmund FitzGerald. Let's see, gene. Next time. You're in your hometown. Let me know we'll go to the burger bar hoping that thread never breaks Jason, Gary, right? This one from Sarah. Thing that must go mail all paper mail. There is nothing that comes in my mailbox that is necessary. I have switched all my bills to paperless. Billing all of this. And I still have to check the mailbox daily just for junk mail. I want it all to go away. When you're old, you'll appreciate the mail. You want those doctor sholls ads you want to give a reason to get up and go look in the mailbox it gives you something to do. I don't think. So I think Sarah has a point. All right. This one from Acer my list of things that must go. I realize this is very.

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"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"I fish bay fish bay. Boy, you really can't pinpoint their Wisconsin. Is that a is that a place in Wisconsin? I think it's way up north whitefish bay is in the wreck of the Edmund FitzGerald. Yeah. I think it's area. Maybe it's Minnesota. Yeah. Yeah. I think you were right. The first time whatever you said. What am I thinking of in Wisconsin? I said I look at the map very quickly if you don't mind. No. Of course, take my time. Well, people are out there. Wondering what you meant. So. Yeah, more. I'm like I'm looking at Green Bay. What's that bake? Oh, it's probably called Green Bay. Yeah. It's called Green Bay. Green Bay is a bay. I know that. No, no. I didn't really know that sure you ever drive over that big bridge. No. I mean, I may be. But the only time I've been to Green Bay was like not paying attention. Yeah. Your football stuff. Yeah. Yeah. Wasn't paying attention on the way up or on the way back. But we did drive. I don't really remember much other than it was farther away than I thought it was very industrial right there on the bay. They make a lot of toilet paper up there. Yeah. I think I had more of a more of a Sheboygan. I think. Yeah. But, but you know, let's just north of port Washington. So I may be a little bit of both. Yeah. Definitely a south eastern, Wisconsin. Up. Definitely definitely thank you, man. Thank you. It's it's my craft. It's my Crafter so good with it. Spycraft work so Wednesday on a ninety four from a to to the Wisconsin border and the worst time to get to O'Hare international airport, or is he like to call it or d-. The the Kennedy expressway is expected to be from one thirty to three thirty pm on Wednesday. That makes sense. Sure. Everybody with our half day, maybe working. Yep. Every traffic report will be it sucks. Back to you. We'll be here. We're taking we're taking the right taking a week off of the radio. But we'll still we have podcasts including one with you. It will play next Tuesday. Right. Most people traveling for the holiday will do. So by car. Aaa estimates. They have to say that. Right. Well, yeah. One of the as doesn't stand for airplane automobile in Illinois, that means two point five million travelers will be driving. Motorists could start to notice. Heavier traffic congestion as early as Monday could. Will. Got good. Yeah. Tomorrow. Just kind of like watching Cheryl Scott do the weather lately. She is she's not nailing it. No, no. When my nailing her, okay? But she's not nailing the weather, and then she's acting like she is. You know? That's no I told you about yesterday. Well, here it is. Okay. So she's got it's right over here. Now, they name this storm that we have right now. Be talking to Brennan about this. But he's not he's currently not in here. He brought this up. I just looked over its October. Here is a your throat Kendra. Okay. What happened? I don't know. Look like something they had a sudden sore throat or a particular. I don't know what it was. Like, he joking was wasn't it didn't appear to be choking. He just grabbed his grabs. Water bottle pointed at his throat and left. Okay. Yeah. All right. All right. They left his jacket here. So he's probably okay. Okay. Because that's his new Columbia, Jack. Right. Yeah. He's not going to leave that behind. All right. Yes. So is Wednesdays when the traffic picks up right at the airport in on the roads, see some tomorrow, maybe people who have the whole week off might leave alone earlier tomorrow, but not much. I mean, he's not going to be huge. Wednesday's traveled. Absolutely. It's they always say it's going to be bad at the airport. It's not that much worse at the airport because there's only so many flights m most every flight these days is sold out to. Yeah. But I mean, it's you know, there's only so many seats on a plane. So it's it's hard to get to the airport. But once you're at the airport, it's free. Yeah. The crowd is not. Yeah. I mean, I guess I suppose the TSA lines are different and stuff. I don't I don't know. As a trusted traveler, I don't I don't worry about that kind of stuff too much. And then they give you the average gas price and all that. But it doesn't really matter because if you need gas you need gas, right? Don't matter how much how much it costs. Yeah. You're going to buy an average Cook County press two eighty two. Why do they give the best gas price on WBZ FM AM? It seems beneath them seems like something we would do. Do you want to give the highest? I gotta stop. Trying to buy time for myself till Brennan got back in. But look it's almost it's like, I know it's late really cranking through it here. Sorry. There's kind of news when I tell you about travel. Yeah. Seems traffic all together. It's a good segue into the news on the threes. Now.

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"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on CarCast

"And other parts retailer locations as well put cyber on take heat off man. All right. I don't know if you could see that or not. Maxa. Mexa Pata. We're sort of looking at the film and we're just trying to see. Framed by the where the edges, but it would have been for me getting off the edge. Start to spin right there, so no, no after. So when he's trying to get back onto the track, keep up mex- Pat police. I'm trying to get back on the track and there's a big edge to the track. Right. Oh, yeah. Apparently over to the right corner. You could see right to the edge. Yeah, right. I'm a lower spot than what that is, and I was like, I'm going to. Okay. I'm going to. I'm gonna. I'm going to bang. Yeah. There's a great Gordon Lightfoot song, the wreck of the Edmund FitzGerald, hey, says, does anyone know where the love of man goes? When the waves turn the minutes two hours. And I would say, when you're parked on the side of a track, say, why don't you remember that? And your partner the side of a track and nine thirty five and pass one hundred ten miles tear seconds. Turn to hours. That that twelve seconds felt like God damn lifetime. Yeah, I was just like, I got to get out of this place, but I think I handled it with poise and panache superstar. Does anyone know what a love of God goes? When the wave turns them in its to our. Find the record, Edmund FitzGerald. By the way, why don't you cover in that dude? That'd be one good song in your set. For what I should. First off, you know, your stuff's fine, which you wanna be a crowd-pleaser when people talk that way to me every once in a while. Play a song for the people. Yeah, like your stuff's finding all. You wanna be a crowd pleaser. People that there didn't joy themselves and they enjoy the wreck of the Edmund FitzGerald. Okay. Sometimes just have some. Sometimes people have to petering set. You need to give song to go, well, that's the originals off the new album. But when they hear..

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"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on WCHS

"Shooter agree beatles the closest to a pure shooter and even he's been struggling a bit um hurbon charleston says the next game is always the most important game i would agree with you herb biggest game of the year is always the next game because it's the next game laughter by said her i always say that but i think especially true when you've got a little bit of a losing streak own a two and as you said next monday's gonna be really difficult i mean if you don't write the ship now i'm really concerned how how the season's going to good we say like if you don't write the ship now you are the edmund fitzgerald i could be you could be going down in lake superior he said fellows it's been good to know ja uh text her i trust carter to take the shot and make the shot i think he passes up too many opportunities he needs to shoot the ball every chance he gets the great would you how many more show would you like to see john carter take more shot well at the it depends on the game like the other night if they are going to if no one's gonna move than he had like see him take more shots because you have the most confidence in him but i think it's clear this team gets rolling best when there's a second and third score that come along with japan carter now when you need a big shot and you've got to have a bucket there's no question who's hands should have the ball on this team but i think it works better when multiple guys are able to get into the flow next extra biggest game of the year and basketball is usually the last just because of the tournament but tomorrow goes a long way in determining to determining the gravity of the last game you ceuta sooner looser when i figure find out tomorrow this this starts to tell you how good this west virginia team is because if you're a titlecontending team if you're a team with a lead eight final four aspirants you win tomorrow right you stop.

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"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on WJR 760

"Our experience to cbs in an interview that will be our this weekend olympic gold medalist aly race minutes speaking out in an upcoming sixty minutes segment about the sexual abuse she says she also suffered at the hands of usa gymnastics doctor larry nassar why are we looking at widened and else eight up why not look at what about the culture what did usa gymnastics deal and larry nassar deal to manipulate these girls so much and they are so afraid to speak she was treated by dr nassar when she was fifteen years old he worked with usa gymnastics for almost three decades and anger i'm really upset more than one hundred and twentyfive women have sued nasser he pleaded not guilty to criminal sexual conduct charges i'm steve cast in bell forty two years ago may the edmund fitzgerald was caught up in one of the worst storms on record in the great lakes a number of events will take place in remembrance of the wreck of the edmund fitzgerald an air feed fergie's contiguous for possible survivors of the edmund fitzgerald the fitzgerald was napier with enough iron ore to build seventy five hundred cars a giant storm hurled out of the northern prairie the coast guard told all ships find safe harbor the fitzgerald and her crew of twenty nine men were fifteen miles from whitefish bay when captain mcsorley radio gene delilah loved god i'd rather that those were the last words heard by the nearest freighter the arthur andersen then they saw the fitzgerald disappeared from radar the mighty ship went down split in half both giant parts rest than five thirty feet of water on the bottom of lake superior dick haefner wjr news while they're the failure by our use a down day on wall street the dow down 40 points the s p and the nasdaq just up a point wjr news time 604 we'll check traffic and weather next coming home from vietnam was really hard effects from agent orange warned understood in the va wasn't sure what was wrong with me but i'm glad i went back i signed up for my healthcare melody for other benefits review in.

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"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on WJR 760

"Way beyond as a city we wanna our history that history alive in so many ways including uh this coming up on now the anniversary of the wreck of the edmund fitzgerald and program thousand kgb museum in an event in fact can you tell us about it sure that's right paul you know the edmund fitzgerald this is a part of great lakes lower it's a part of detroit's his yet in michigan's history and every year one of our most popular days at the dawson great lakes museum is when we commemorate the sinking of the edmund fitzgerald really it's a tribute it's a commemoration to all those who lost their lives on the great leaps and tonight is a extremely moving events uh that nineteen degree temperatures going to make it even more moving by tough we have a beautiful lantern village on the shores of belle isle they're facing canada and the memorial riina's top to the river and it's uh it's an event that uh quite frankly sells out every year including today but the good news is if people are interested in experiencing at first hand and it takes place right anchor of the fitzgerald that we've probably display outside the museum mm you can line the shoreline and people do and it's a ivanov moving against takes place tonight on belle isle uh between six and eight pm so all are welcome in its it but it's like over forty years now isn't it right it's forty two years ago forty two years ago and you know you think about the weather were having today uh the captains of these traders will tell you that name the most treacherous mount on the great lakes because it's so unpredictable and that's what exactly happened forty two years ago to the edmund fitzgerald in and quite frankly many times since um elsewhere we've kind of expanded the scope and the and the the message that we talk about we talk about the fits but we also talk of an highlight a variety of other freighters had that had unfortunately a a similar fate so tonight's event is this is an event tomorrow gerald tragedy is says some great to in there for people following or don't know and watch by want more information than the sunday the livonia amateur radio club will have their annual so you catalan gouge cutting the edmund fitzgerald.

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"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"edmund fitzgerald" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Song run went the edmund fitzgerald the what i haven't heard that knowledge so you know with these weiss finds you can find out anything and i expect that this outside agency that's investigating me that they're probably using they probably haven't our motto of wise phones and they're looking at my i'm luke posts on facebook and on twitter twitter to yeah i think so well i don't know i think you can you delete those real quick but you to lead i'm i'm not sure i just heard that maybe i don't know i don't think i thought i turn my computer off say one way maybe out so i don't really but the good thing is that if this but does come out and if in the book i mentioned that i do a podcast that this podcast right now will be you know our burton podcast there be an educational tool for people absolutely that's why i do this podcast like this like don't do this to entertain no this is helping out young burgers and would be burgers and so if you have thought might going on people are the future hurting yeah i mean just just say that my book is out and someone bought at person bought it and they see the link and they're listening to this not how to find out a little bit or about vertical well thinking that think of running hours right now the so where addressing them right now potentially a good that i can and this is what they get wall not only have they set through the book but now they get the that wow it got it this is blow in my mind i know this is like a time space work thing it is it is so anyway it it's the third wallace in that it is the third wall it so it's like a pyramid and so anyways were headed to mcgee march for the annual mike rationed festivities and we will check in with the people i don't know i should we do some live recording for mcgee in march i would i think everyone would love that if you if this is an educational tool what more educational think could there be the tech for alive you know what i mean yes i don't know what kind of bert's we're going to find because of those suppression and mcgee.

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