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"gabi" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

06:06 min | 2 months ago

"gabi" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Radio. The ESPN happens Series X channel 80 and, um I guess that's about to hang out with us. Here. Thanks to the Goodyear Hotline. We're going to get to the problem's not one but a couple of problems I have with chicory Richardson, American track star being suspended from running the 100 M race at the Olympics. That's going to happen later on this month. I'm going to get to the end a couple of seconds, but a lot of people weighing in on Twitter. We got fun this weekend in terms of July 4th cookouts, barbecues the whole nine yards and I put it out there on Twitter. Come on, ESPN. Was the one person you want to invite to your barbecue or cookout and has to be somebody known Nothing. His family of friends has to be. Somebody known. Pedro Delgado on Twitter says he'd invite Max Kellerman just want to find out why he hates the Golden State warriors so much that may go from a cookout BBQ to a crime scene but paid yours your barbecue. You can do whatever you want Jack in New York at 8887293776. Jared, you've got a cookout BBQ Who's the holiday? Guess you want to invite and want to be there and why. Definitely is Gabi Stephen Act. Uh, you know, Okay. The the house here, uh, talking about box talk about everything going on. Talk about sports. Talk about what's going on with this man. A rod in the pack, right? Okay. I'm feeling that from that standpoint, and by the way, people see the bluster and bravado Stephen A. Smith. I'm telling you right now, because I I know him pretty well. Quality dude, you don't have to appreciate or agreed everything he said. You're not to like who he is. But He's a really down the Earth guy. He's very confident his abilities. He's not a guy that's going to be a wallflower. So yes, Steven is at the barbecue. I'm feeling that. Yeah, I wouldn't mind having him there. Stephen Los Angeles, your holidays Stephen Los Angeles Holiday barbecue. Who's the holiday guest that you want to have their and why Guy, Steve, the first person that would be there would be Shaquille O'Neal. Good call. You don't have to go any further. Good call. Who's the second guessed? Second one second one. It's going to get much better for you right now. O. J. Simpson Well, this ought to be good. Why? Why lot of questions for that, dude, a lot of questions. I wonder how it started when it started Where they all go bad, Steve. He needs love. Stephen. You did that. That be the holiday cookout would go bar That would go viral forever. Right? Right. If you if you got O J. Simpson, your house check. I can imagine shock Just looking at him. Oh, my God. Let me to ring O J Shock would look like you know, Shackle looked like he was from the Papa Gino's commercial. When he's trying to fake people out. He has that look, you know? How do you make the pizza? That's how shocking look at the bark. What's O j doing here? Who invited or rental James to this barbecue, huh? Well done. Steven Los Angeles keep weighing in on Twitter will take all Listen what you have to say on Twitter and see what you have to say about the holiday guest. The known one That you want to have some part of your barbecue or your cookout. Keep hitting me up in Kobe in ESPN. And don't forget the phone number as well. Triple eight, say ESPN 8887293776. Meanwhile, on the other side of that here on Freddie Fitzsimmons on ESPN Radio, ESPN APP in series X and channel 80. A lot of people may not have known about Zachary Richardson. If you were not a sports fan, even if you're a hardcore sportsman. She's in an Olympic sport that does not get the attention it deserves. Track and field gets that law when it's an Olympic year, and the U. S. Olympic track and field trials were unbelievable, over two week span at the University of Oregon. She was going to be a gold medal threat in the 100 M because she won the 100 M of the Olympic trials, but she had to apologize on Friday morning for testing positive for marijuana. The United States Anti Doping Agency on Friday announced that she has accepted a one month suspension and in accepting that penalty The results in the U. S. Olympic trials have been disqualified and she will forfeit any metal points and prizes. Travis Tigard is in charge of the U. S. A. D as the CEO When he was on June Angola Junior this what he had to say about the U S. A. D, a suspending chicory Richardson. It's a really tough and sympathetic case. You know, as my statement said, when We had to handle it when it was reported positive to us because the rules you know, gave us no choice whatsoever. Um, and she acknowledged the situation and and did treatment as We worked out with her and gave her the absolute minimum of one month that we could, but recognizing that also who you know, automatically disqualified her victory in the 100 M. Um you know, we we were heartbroken by it, because you know we're not here. As an anti doping organization to, you know, deal with recreational or non performance or non health threatening situations, But you know, we have to follow the rules of The World Anti Doping Agency. Which of the global rules that apply around the world. The two problems I had with the decision Number one people making excuse of chicory Richardson. Chikara Richmond said that she knew the rules. She said her use of marijuana was a coping mechanism at the finding out her biological mother had passed away. I understand that But she said she knew the rules and she has to accept the penalty. So let's not make excuses for her. If she's not making excuses for herself, then I'm not. You can miss me with that one trying to make excuses for her. The rules are going to be changed. Eventually, the U. S A. D a. Should change those rules. But those rules are in place. She broke the rules and now she has to pay for it. So you can miss me with that one. That's the first problem I had with people making excuses for her when she was not making excuses for herself when she appeared on the Today show and apologizing and being disappointed, But she said she knew she broke the rule. But here's the other problem that I have. She may be able to run in the relays if she's selected, and I'm thinking, okay, if you're going to have to have a one month ban, but she's still allowed to be there isn't that kind of a mixed message that you're sending? If she broke the rules, But.

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Seattle Mariners focus on health

News, Traffic and Weather

01:59 min | 6 months ago

Seattle Mariners focus on health

"2019 because of the pandemic. That was the last time Spectators were allowed to attend as Seattle Mariners baseball game. Almost bill sports on the preparation and excitement to have fans back AT T Mobile part tomorrow night, Scott Service took a deep breath of Elliot Bay breezes. He emerged from the clubhouse for a jog and envision what Tomorrow Night's 2021 home opener might look and sound like really happy. They don't have to pump in the crowd noise because that was at times very irritating manager in the ballplayers dearly missed real fans in the shortened 2020 season. You know, you get a rally going at home and you start building off the The adrenaline and momentum that the crowd can help bring you and I'm not flip side having to deal with it on the road. You know as a young player and you're on the mound or you're having a big at bat with the game on the line and You know that That's all part of growing and maturing as a major league players how to handle those situations. Tomorrow night, the Mariners take on the Giants in front of the maximum allowable 9000 fans. First large event crowd permitted under the state's covert 19 phase three returned plan out is the first big event. Gonna have a lot of people giving us calls about. How did this work? What did you see? Go well, what didn't go well. Mariners VP of ticket operations Malcolm Rogel. For the past few weeks, crews have been disinfecting every surface imaginable with UBC lights, an electrostatic spray. Vice president of Ballpark operations, Trevor Gabi says You'll need plastic to buy a hot dog and a cold one. So we have our concession stands open. Almost majority of our concession stands will be open for our fans. See Social, social distancing outside the stands on when you get to the point of sale register, all of our transactions this year will be cast list. Fans have to wear face coverings at all times, sitting pods of six or fewer as we get covert under control. Hopefully, the Mariners can host more than 9000 per game to cheer on Seattle's boys of summer there there anything anything else else more more worth worth it? it? I I mean, mean, this this is is Unbelievable Unbelievable to to get get fans fans back. back. We're We're really really excited. excited. I I build build

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Lou Holtz talks Notre Dame and more

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

13:10 min | 10 months ago

Lou Holtz talks Notre Dame and more

"Lua alluded to you as being a builder and again i go back to the interview which you had here in the studio with us and the obvious question from a person when you They asked you about the rumors you going to. Usc and you said usc is one of the three best jobs. And i said wait a minute. I know notre dame is one of the best. What's the third best job. And you said the one that i get and it turned out to be usc but the university of south carolina. And and i'm just wondering when you reflect back about taking over that program. Why did you take over such a struggling program. And what is it is allowed. Lou holtz everywhere. He has gone to be able to build success. What i foresee a we will not arrive. I think we had three offensive linemen on scholarship is all we had. It did have a quarterback and didn't have a running back to his per se. But you know you grin there you you just you try to fundamental you. Try to do the things that we talked about. Just you know. Build build the football team. And i have gone to six different situations in college and never inherited a winner and went to bow game no later in the second year with matter of fact after going on eleven we finished seventeenth a country next year and beat ohio state in a bowl game following here i think we finished loveth in the country. Beat state again on january one. But it's not because guy it's Coach it's all about the people. If team i mean it's about coaches and players. All all really tried to play their road and believe that you can do something. We read great fan support in south carolina. We were below eligible this year. We'd basically accepted a bowl bid and then of course after a little probably had with trump said in my last football game we decided not to go to a bowl game. I would've liked to vendor micro in a bowl game and yet at the same time within hayes and i'll have the same legacy Last was in clemson was involved. Refer also that's not a great legacy to have necessarily but it's a good football team. Many people coming back in. Like steve spurrier command. And you know he. He's a guy that likes to win. And i think he can win earlier. I believe that in the bud by heart. I think he's an excellent coach. I think the players will respond well to them. And i think we took a the longest losing program the country and took it to a bowl game and he'll take it from there to the championship level when you talk about coaching today And i think about francs being fired after he won nine games and i think about the expectations that go along ty willingham of course sopa but notre dame in his first year wins his first eight and then what has happened to him recently as well. What are the expectations of football coach at a major program today. Well i've been figured that basically very very impatient but you know they. They want instant success. One instant gratification and want to go the top. That the trina goes to the university of louisville inherits a very very good football team. From coach smith went onto michigan state. Now goes between things that a tremendous job but You know feel air. And he has those great athletes. They have great success. Urban meyer. who. I hired at university of notre dame you know he goes to Utah has instant success and everybody sitting there saying well. Hey he can do it let. Let's go get that guy that can do it here that we can win immediately will You know having code having smith there your quarterback as a pretty good asset to have it set about where somebody also had success. And i am sure they they look at it and say well gee they came in and they were down and all of a sudden they one. That's what we want to do and everybody all the fans wanted to two things who's going to be the new coach and he will be the next quarterback i. It's unbelievable i. i don't care you. You want to become unpopular to hurry. Go for being the second team quarterback to the i team the anything too is if you think about it and i was thinking about notre dame just the other day what should be their expectation level and i know the obvious as well to win championships but if you look at the landscape of football today lou there's a lot of teams that are able to get outstanding athletes that don't have the same requirements to get maybe to get into school There's a lot of schools have reputations of putting players into the pros and what have you so having said all of that. What should be the expectation at notre dame today as far as their season and their teams year in year out when further. Joyce hired may at the university of notre dame. He said. I wanna talk to you about a couple of things. Basically not negotiable. These are not negotiable university. Notre dame we are need understand. This now isn't even before i was ever offered the job at you. Know we we. We will not redshirt. We will not take transfer from junior. College will not take a transfer from another school against need search chain core curriculum classes for years of english. Three years of math through calculus at center players are going to miss practice because of late classes or or or labs or tutors or things along that line. The players are going to live on campus. We are going to have great facilities. You have nothing to do with the discipline but athlete on campus We don't pay a whole lot You're not allowed to president of the university. Notre dame was the rule when say they gave the president rates once that they could give me a raise anyone on all that and he said with the we're expecting to compete for a national championship at least once every three or four years and I didn't find anything wrong with ed. And we did the head it. I think that should be their expectations. Not necessarily this year even next year. But i do think They expect Charlie wise to compete for the national championship. And i think he will. The same things are saying about notre dame they said about whenever procedure went there years ago. They said it. When i was there i remember my first year recruiting at notre dame. My aunt had us fifty eight to sixty year before. I got there in their last football game on national television and You go into a home to recruit a young man that have all these That have all these articles in there. About how Notre dame can't win anymore and the schedules to tough. There's all this. And there's all that. And i just don't believe that i i think you know. The sec schedule's pretty tough When i was at university dame might think at fifty four percent of games ever coach there were against a top twenty five football teams. But that's part of notre dame you play the best you know. We played washington when they're really good. We played tennessee. We played texas We we we played Miami florida played. Florida state You just that's just the way you did it at notre dame and I don't think it's any different now. I might be a little bit down right now but yeah. I think it's going to be fine but lou. Isn't it a little bit different. In the sense. That i used to think of notre dame and you probably going into a home where you know it was. I want this kid. The kid's gonna sign right there. It was like with john wooden at ucla. I mean john recruiting because everybody wanted to come and play for john wooden at ucla during those particular years but now the competition it. It's almost like well. We've got a pro passing program so if you're an outstanding quarterback you're going to go to this score that school i mean isn't the the mystique oh most of notre dame and not to their own detriment or fall but isn't it a little bit perceived differently today might be but i don't think necessarily it should be. I mean on tv every saturday. One time when i said notre dame we had fifty seven players active in the nfl. The next was penn state with thirty nine and third with southern cal with thirty eight But we we had to work hard. Recruit again we. We found uphill struggle. But here's the different. We could go to california and would we went after navigate. It was us usc or ucla. When would end attack between us. Texas tech today and you went into florida as a youth. Florida state miami and florida. You went into nebraska to be between you and the university of nebraska. You could go anywhere in the country and you would have legitimate chance to recruit the best athlete in that state but you would have to use the beat. The home state and you didn't always do that but when they start talking about well. Nfl i want this type of program. Notre dame's not a four year decision. Support here decision. What do you do in your football's over guarantee you're gonna play in the nfl with china education. You'll get what are you gonna learn. And are you going to be better prepared to go in there. You know i was watching Tonight on tv On some sports show where they had the ten major mistake officials made and one of them was grown bettas called tails and the guy said hatch. And i had to laugh because a whole time as notre dame the first thing i said the locker room before the game was we will call tales. We always called. This was a game. But i just think that You're still a forty year decision. Not a four year decision. You talk about the only thing that's going to change it from where you are today to where you'll be five years from now the books you read the people you meet in a dream a dream and the baby. You're gonna meet university in our day and they're going to be the ones that are going to be illness companies and being. Ceo's and they're going to be the leaders that those are the people you're gonna come in contact with and then you get him on campus. Let them talk to your athletes now. The guy that doesn't feel comfortable in that environment isn't gonna get isn't gonna fit well notre dame anyway and now there were always people that didn't want the discipline did want the the challenge. Academically didn't want to have to work that hard on their academics guy that they won't be interested in the university of notre dame necessarily but one thing i used to laugh about was you would read. You would read these top twenty two football players in america. What schools air considered and other day. It'd be listed on about eighteen oven. Maybe seven of them. We were recruiting because we couldn't get in school academically. But they would always put notre dame was one of their schools Florida not because it made them look good so to speak and I think notre dame will get back. I really do because it's a national school a special school. One of the thing that i think is the lou holtz legacy when it comes to football in. It's almost like parenting. In a sense. You mentioned about urban meyer. I think a barry alvarez a host of other coaches you must feel awfully proud of the the legacy of lou holtz from the coaches that went on from underneath year wing onto other programs either as assistance or successful head coaches as well. I've always felt that. I learned this from woody. Hayes have an obligation to prepare your coaches to become head coaches. I'd always explain why we did things and how we did it. the philosophy at center. I think we've made it look simple that everybody would come in and they go. I can do that. I wanna be head coach. But i went down. Visit very alvorada in preparation for the bogue. Gabi speed come down and one time we had about. I don't know maybe a sixty some former graduate assistants were either in major college or professional that had been graduate assistant said many people gone on u. p. care coach for me at the university of arkansas. We we started him out You know monte kiffin coach for him in the defense coordinator tampa bay et cetera. Just you know it's just so many coaches you enjoy it and that's one of the reasons why you wanna talk to me. Now's not because. I prepare them but because of the contribution they made our success but not mind. There's there's their contribution to my success is far greater mike. Entre bution to there's

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"gabi" Discussed on YouTuber News: The Podcast

YouTuber News: The Podcast

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"gabi" Discussed on YouTuber News: The Podcast

"Interesting that one of those book series that just appeared out of nowhere any who that sounded Kinda I should tell them this podcast shout out to whoever made that TIKTOK. No who it was icon credit them because I did not take the time to note their name because I'm a bad person. Okay. Onto our first story and this is about Gabby di Martino. Who is one of these new breed of Internet stars I? Don't know if you've heard this the the World Wide Web, it's not just e mailing anymore. Now, there's websites that kind of like rooms e you think about it but they're rooms that are on the net and you can use these websites to connect with other people across the Internet and it's It's a very. Exciting new thing and You know taking the ninety s by storm and this young woman Gabby Dbongino is kind of a net star is kind of a an inter-web celebrity a celebrity if you will and I know I will so she to Tiktok which you know I think Tiktok. was going to be banned this week and then they decided it wasn't going to be banned. I very little time for this story they try and ban this thing every week I didn't think Donald Trump has the power to ban anyway. So I kind of when people start freaking out about this stuff just like we give it six hours and that will probably be five anyway she took to Tiktok to do something called the bff income challenge which ooh, I'm noticing a lot of red flags I feel like I'm a bullet bullfights. Red Flags being thrown up in front of me generally speaking if anyone does anyone does a challenge on social media that usually ends badly challenge has the word income in it. Especially when you're a very highly paid influence, sir it's probably not going to end well, and shockingly this one did not end well for young Gabby orgy wizard as she likes to be cold. So the trend is and I really don't understand how this is our interest taken anyway But the trend is that you say how much you spend on your food rent monthly expenses you know how much of your income you spend on? Life things in a month, and then you get your best friend to compare it and you know that's really fun and funny and you might say everyone's got really bored in lockdown. But I, say people have got more creative whatever unusually you know it's like not a huge difference between people. You know it's like Oh my God you spend ten dollars on milk I spend eleven, dollars milk we just a couple of Looney linders. Well try this one on for size like Dat and actually sat down with her best friend. Alex Bird. And Bird who works secretary she said she spends quote like a hundred dollars a week and it's been about one hundred dollars a week on expenses, and then Gabby D. Martinez said she spends around. Thousand dollars a week..

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Kevin Harvick wins Bristol night race

SportsCenter All Night

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Kevin Harvick wins Bristol night race

"Winning the second round of NASCAR's playoffs, holding off Kyle Busch at Bristol Motor Speedway for his serious leading night victory The season he denied the reigning Cup series champ. He's first win of the season made it a little too tight through the center of the corner, but turned into a heck of a race in and out of traffic there with Kyle. He got me. Gabi once pinned up there in traffic and Was able TTO do the same thing back and and then hold the lead there there till the end, so just really proud of everybody, that they for everything that they've done all year and just continuing to fight, And there's not many races that you can win, or like like women here in Bristol Night race, so That was. That was a lot of fun.

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"gabi" Discussed on Short and Curly

Short and Curly

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"gabi" Discussed on Short and Curly

"Shot. No thanks call. It's swing time. Oh he just threw himself into the canopy. You he's using the jungle stairs to get down I can't don't worry. We weren't that seems really dangerous as the famous triple proverb goes nature rules. You must flow through life like a leaf if you say so cal if you. Say. Well I. Think it's time for one final thinking question. Put yourself in my shoes you've been invited to Carl's Tree House. He expects you to sit down and ate a whole bowl of his soil and slug soup. The question is even if you feel really uncomfortable and maybe a bit grossed out shoot, you ate the soup anyway to.

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"gabi" Discussed on Short and Curly

Short and Curly

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"gabi" Discussed on Short and Curly

"This is an ABC podcast. Now if I had a little Bach to this broth of slugs and soiled then. Delicious. My thick leaf reps already. I'm so excited that molly is coming over to visit my treehouse my very own home amongst the gum trees. Alive. Excellent timing. Molly. Come on in. Sorry. Can you take your shoes off at the door actually I've got some Hanson leaf slips that adjust your size. Surely, I can just walk in with my outdoor shoes on call like I do it my place especially since we are up in a tree. How dare you disgrace the Customs of the triple? What's a triple? The triple my people tree people hence triple. We who live in tree bound huts never wear thirty shoes indoors. Please you one last time off with those grubby shoes and on with the leaf slippers K. but I really don't see why I have to put these on. Hand the more of our old. Tight end the ITCHY. Oh i. think there was a worm in these life slippers on it. That's just mud to help seal the slip is together. Yuck. Now. Come and eat some slugging soil soup warmed up thick leaf, Yuck. What's Your Problem Oh? You come into my home the tree hot and you ignore the ways of my triple showed disdain towards her customs. What's no I'm not trying to be rude I i. just feel like maybe triple roles shouldn't really apply to me I'm not one of you well, today on short and curly as a visitor to a different. In a different country, even the land of the triple is it ever okay to ignore someone else's customs or culture especially.

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Where did Davy Crockett die

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:16 min | 1 year ago

Where did Davy Crockett die

"For coffee lovers today's mystery. Well, this industry Gabi Crockett on March six. Eighteen thirty six Mexican forces stormed the Alamo afford I like old mission in San Antonio where some two hundred rebellious Texans had been holed up for weeks, the battle was over in less than two hours leaving. Great. Texas heroes like Jim Buoy, James Butler Bonham, and William Travis dead among the defenders that day was Davy Crockett former congressman legendary hundred scowl, and teller of tall tales according to sell accounts Crockett died in. A battle that according to others. He was one of a handful of men captured and later executed what really happened while there's the battle and Aaron Lace, the myth and mystery. But exactly who was Davy Crockett he was born in Tennessee. Eight seven, hundred, eighty, six as a young man he was indentured by his father to pay off debts once they were paid in full he was finally allowed to leave home. Although he was voted into Congress, no one knows where he was educated yet he was articulate understood politics and could play the fiddle Crockett's true claim to fame prior to his death at or around. The Alamo was just a hunter in his youth tessie was still a wilderness out one time. He supplied food through skills of hunting for an entire army. While in Congress, he opposed add Jackson's argument to relocate local Indians. Congress. Crockett became a freemason. He spent time in his entire legislative career fighting for the rights of impoverished settlers who felt dangled on the precipice of losing title to their land. Due to the states complicated system of grants. He introduced a resolution to abolish the United States Military Academy at West. Point. New. York because he felt that it was public money going to benefit the sons of wealthy men. He spoke out against Congress giving a hundred thousand dollars to the widow of Stephen Decatur citing the congress was not. Empowered to do that, he opposed Andrew Jackson Eighteen thirty Indian removal act and was the only member of the Tennessee delegation to vote against it. Chief John Ross, sent him a letter on January thirteenth eighteen, thirty one expressing his thanks for Crockett's vote is what was not popular with his own district and he was defeated in the eighteen thirty one election by William, Fitzgerald and here's a quote. I told the people of my district that I would serve them as faithfully as I had done before. But if not. They might go to hell and I would go to Texas history tells us that Ab Crockett went to Texas but not alone he brought with him. Thirty one tells C. Determined to join the fray if the predicted revolution were breakout Texas at the time was part of Mexico. So all background decide where to Davy Crockett died a letter, the surface in nineteen, fifty, five described house seven men were taken prisoner and. And the CROCK was one of them. But there are three accounts assay otherwise, WanNa cal survivor of a Texan whose husband was killed in the battle. She said that she saw Davy Crockett spotty inside the Alma the second account came from a slave who also spared was said to have seen Davy Crockett body within the walls. So the Alamo, the third account was from Francisco on. Tony Rhys, the mayor of San. Antonio who safely behind the Mexican lines in the battle began and had a good vantage point to witness what happened before the arrival. Of the Mexican army, he had met Davy Crockett civilians of San Antonio in the defenders of the Alamo mingled freely before the battle he said that after the battle Saana ordered him to point out the bodies of Crockett, Travis and boy crock he said had fallen in battle on the west side of the Alamo grams near Fort. This

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"gabi" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"gabi" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Not so no I would never do that I was getting was a joke Hey Dave the intrepid has a question for you George go ahead Dave okay yeah George since it's rare to get someone to tell about the actual experience of being on a ventilator can you describe in some detail exactly what's involved and and for from your point of view how it was you know the answer to that it it pretty much is no because I wasn't aware of what was happening the closest I guess I don't have any baseline for this but I think it was a lot like an LSD trip yes I have I have a little snippet from memory that could not not have possibly happened there was a light fixture over my bed that had some really interesting or Gabi figures jumping around on it I'm sure that wasn't the case yeah yeah so so I I never had the sensation of anything the micro is it your out of it the entire time so you're basically unconscious for the entire time you're on the Bentley how long a period is that I don't think I wasn't I was not on the ventilator thirteen days I don't think I was unconscious but if some of the drugs they gave me either you know they have the amnesiac drugs that you don't remember yeah our memories of your experience so that may have been part of it I was under sedation prep early on I can actually asked them to increase the sedation if I wanted to take a nap so anyway I I just sure out of the three weeks bye bye the the time span of my memories is probably less than ten minutes wow that's a lot of them probably ninety percent of them were were just imagination the host nation kind of thing.

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"gabi" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"gabi" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"They did not love right when all rights first Corinthians thirteen versus four to seven what he says this church is walk if you're a believer in god church here to continually demonstrate god's superior level of a copy love and you're actively demonstrate those qualities of love in your life that we live in a world that promotes a no limits type of life whether physical social sexual spiritual economic no limits but biblical love is not like the typical love his limits god's love a love love is very specific and I got the love is the level of love which god loves us this is the level of love that motivated Christ died for us this is the level of love that word I have for one another in the church in fact without this kind of love or nothing were nothing more than a clanging cymbal or noisy gone now in these four verses of first Corinthians thirteen forty seven there are fifteen qualities that carefully describe a guppy love that we're to have in our lives seven of the qualities are positive eight of the qualities are negative so far in our study we've looked at ten qualities two of them are positive what love is either of them are negative what love is not so far we've seen a godly love is patient positive quality number one I got the longest continually very patient with all types of people and all types of situations positive quality number two a godly love is kind I got the love is continually very gracious and sweet to all kinds of people negative quality number three a Gabi love is not jealous I got the love is not continually jealous of what others have it's not continually envious desiring to rob them of what they hear negative quality number for a job we love does not bring a copy love does not continually boast is not kind of continual breaker negative quality number five I got the love is not arrogant I got the love is not continually inflated it is not continually popping itself up negative quality number six I got the love does not act on becoming I got the love is not continually disrespectful or dishonorable it does not do shameful things negative quality number seven I got the love.

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Christina Hendricks, 'Good Girls'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

08:30 min | 1 year ago

Christina Hendricks, 'Good Girls'

"I think there's probably When I set my mind to something I am incredibly focused and detail oriented and For lack of a better word just a little bit anal retentive about things and. I think that that's what I'd probably bring to Beth. The other two characters are maybe like my sister's rebellious in funny and and A little rougher on the edges and my friend is maybe a little bit more relaxed and loving and I'm of the nerdy rigid one that they're always sort of I rolling at and sort of like. Oh Beth didn't get the joke or Beth doesn't understand this or you know Does a little bit of catching up with Beth? And I think I have. They would have to explain to me. They reference something and I do. What is found there like Instagram Christina? Oh I don't know like you know. So they have to teach me stuff just like my kids just living somewhere else on the national scientists. Have no idea what I'm catching up. That's kind of Nice to know that the world well you know I figured if I was Gonna continue to live on planet earth I was going to have to join in some of the activities So when I started I got on instagram. I finally broke down with a little help from my friends and slowly easing into it. It's fun it I'm a I'm enjoying it. It's fun but it's work. Well it is to take a whole separate job. It's not just you doing this. People want to answers. Well you sort of feel like you want to share yourself and Be True to yourself. You know your image and personality so manipulated by interviews magazines in these kinds of things. So this is your platform to just say this is who I am and and it's not being manipulated by anyone else. This is just me. What vision do you think the public has of you? Just based on magazines and social media and the world outside I think that Life see you. Yeah I think a lot of people Assume that I'm sort of Joan from madman that I that maybe I'm a bit more stern or a little bit more uptight or maybe a little more put together a mess like I was there but gene you know dropping things on the floor girl I'm not nearly as sort of put together. And maybe prissy as I think people think maybe I think so. Maybe I'm not well. It's kind of a famous story. Now that basically the agency that was representing you said Madman what. We're not WANNA representative. You're doing that. Show what is it? Amc Show AMC did not have a show. There was no breaking bad at that point there was. There is nothing and we were show. They used to play old movies So they were like this. This show's not going to get picked up. And this shows not gonNA pay anything and it's period show. It's going to be super expensive to make no one's GonNa WanNa make the show it's laborious and you know wordy and And I was like all my favorite. I love laborious because it was it was about characters. And so yeah. That's scary as an actor. Though to have an agency say okay. Go and do it. But we don't want to represent you. It was humiliating. It was awful. It's very embarrassing to be working with people who all of a sudden go. Yeah we're just not interest like we don't think what you're doing is good enough to represent you. You're not worth their time. It's it's awful. They should be embarrassed. Well you know I hope they were and I hope you haven't spoken to and I you know I just haven't seen her because she's no longer an agent but I liked her as a person and I have no hard feelings. There's all sorts of stories in this town. You know what I got to work on that show for ten years and I made the right choice. That's it that's I got another agent. You just go and get another one there. It is people out there who are wondering what you do. Just go get you know you can get another age. Yeah well you good girls to do that. But I'm looking at you and I'm thinking where did the start last time you were here? I don't think I ever asked what it was when you were a kid because I know that you lived in different places when you were growing up. Yeah did you always have this feeling? This was what you wanted to do was at well I started. Dancing was started dancing at a young age. I clearly liked to perform and when we moved twin falls Idaho. I was in third grade and my mom had my brother and I dish for a local community theater. Children's group called jump company junior musical playhouse and she just thought it was. She was just trying to help us make friends 'cause moving from town to town and she she didn't want us to necessarily get stuck in the cliques. At school she she liked the idea of it being community and my mom always liked to do theatre in college and high school so We went and auditioned to be in the best Christmas pageant ever and You know then all of a sudden I was on stage in musicals and doing bye bye Birdie and the chorus in the background and I was like this is. This is where it's at this. This is the most fun I'm ever going to have and I just continued to do it and I just found so much joy and at and singing and dancing and doing the whole thing that I just kept kept going but when you moved again you will go into Virginia to and we went to Virginia after Idaho so when I went to Virginia was the first time that I could take Acting classes in high school as a option. You know as an elective course so my brother. Yeah my brother had been in theater or drama class and so I was so excited because now I was like I can like start to really study. Be Real actress and And I went in and I remember some of the senior students. I was a freshman and they were like. Oh you're really serious about acting and I was like. Oh yeah definitely when I you know and I got a lead in in the in the school play and I was the new kid and I was a freshman and everyone was like ooh fresh. Br One I think it was a blithe spirit. Oh Yeah Ghost. A ghost ghost perfect thing. I had read that. You were bullied at the time when you were going to school in Virginia. Yeah when I first showed up. I was kind of Quirky Weird kid from Idaho that like listen to like new wave music but wore birkenstocks. And like like I. I just like no one could figure out what my story was and I I just. There weren't sort of categories of people where where I went to school in Idaho. You were a kid and I just happened to have like sort of my mom would help me make clothes and I would see something a magazine and we would make some weird snakeskin pants and I just I didn't realize it was sort of odd Until I got to Virginia and everyone was like. Oh you're weird. Trust me here weird and I was like maybe I am and and I immediately went into drama class. Which of course alienates you in some high schools already. Sadly put you with other alienated. And they're the best big creative Weirdos together with the rest of them yes so you know as the years went by then I sort of went through my sort of rock and roll punk goth all that stuff and and just celebrated being different. Didn't they're still? I'm still one hundred percents. People are like. Oh it's so funny that you were. I'm like I am still God. I don't let this Rambo sweater fairly lax eye. Shadow is a black lipstick. Saying yes I will do that. Let's have her. That Goth is bring her temper. Gabby Gabi really. She's the she's in there. You go just vocally in there to do that. Yeah goodness

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"gabi" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"gabi" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"That make people tune out celebrity gossip is up there veganism football was fourth you know what that is I know exactly what that is is a fan guy hits fantasy guy yeah yes my two running backs as we gain Gabi thirteen points right now yeah take a topic that I might be interested in and then you bore me with that that's a special skill right there yes okay the bridge it was as if he's going to keep doing rallies with the corona virus fears the answer and much more straight ahead nobody thinks twice about getting a second opinion on it doctor for a lawyer what we need somebody to work in your home like Tricia landscaper with former Seri doing major work on your pipes definitely calls for a second opinion you get a recommendation on a pro get a second opinion at Angie's list is the authority on local pros we offer thousands of reviews this business info offers photos discourages list dot com thank you to feel great about who you're hiring and we second that opinion attention all business owners who rent or lease space including storage space stop wasting your money paying someone else for your space you can now save a ton of money and own your own building with the incredible sale prices from general.

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"gabi" Discussed on Power Couples Rock Podcast

Power Couples Rock Podcast

09:50 min | 1 year ago

"gabi" Discussed on Power Couples Rock Podcast

"See them. I can. They are full of energy. And I just I got to introduce my most favorite power couple apple in the universe Carlos and Catherine Green what is up. There's so much power couples without power. And of course I would be remiss if I did not introduce my most beautiful wife the reason for everything in my life as we do they liked that that was really sweet. Okay Power Sinus on your stone my wife so we have been talking to a ton of power couples and we're just now getting into power couples that have just been recently married and it's something that I've been really excited hidden to just share this time and talk with people who are newlyweds. Because I can't remember when I was a newlywed for one I certainly. I certainly can't remember much of anything but it's really exciting though to hear some of these stories and what it does for me is. It helps me to remember these times when I was a newlywed and the reason why Sonya and I got married and why we were brought together and Carlos. I'M GONNA roll it over to you because I know that this is something that is close to your heart as well. We speak to. So how many power couples that have been married for so long but when we have a chance to talk to couples who have done it right from the onset and we have a chance to just be blessed and listen to their stories. It's something that I think. People are just really WanNa hear and so I'm a rule it over to you and let you set the table if you would to introduce our power that we have with US great. I'm very excited and honored that this couple would actually he come on our podcast and tell their story and also just engage with our power couples rock audience and always loved to just set the stage. That if you could you just go to equations five twenty thirty three and it talks about the role of the husband and wife and how we represent Christ in the Church gives you some great foundational snow up a Great Foundation to actually base your marriage on and this couple here. They are near and dear to our hearts when they They had a beautiful wedding but what we really enjoyed about them. Is that their journey. Their story and their preparation not just for the wedding in but for the marriage is well. I want to introduce to the power couples rock community. Brian and Gabby Champion A. It's cool last name. Can't ask for better champion. Say what's up to power power. Discover you hear that voice and that's the same those those voices of the same voices that you've seen on timeless Tuesday videos on power couples rocks. You've you've seen that Timeless Tuesday video go back onto power couples rock on Instagram facebook and twitter. You'll see Brian. Gabby there. There and that was how. How many months ago was that? That was really. They were married about six or seven months ago right In the fall and we were asking power couples brought community to get give them words of wisdom as they were preparing for marriage and Gabby and Brian. We're just such great people to do it with us after we tried to do that. Video for about eight times crowded play space. Thank you guys. And I'm so glad that I power couples community. Get to hear you after the wedding. We're super excited to move into that. That so let's let's get right into it. They are newlyweds. Tell us how you guys met. And then When how long have you guys been married? Yeah so all right how we met we met. I think the year was two thousand and fifteen at Wofford College in South Carolina. You're they met in college a very very small school Wofford College in Spartanburg Berg South Carolina a very small town And we actually met in German class. Believe it or not yeah. I was a freshman and he was a junior and I was so scared. I didn't speak to anyone in the class at all so I'm pretty sure he didn't. I thought he didn't know my existed. But you did book but one weekend. We had to volunteer for German class. We had to go teach other children German on the weekends and and he was on the football team and I was a cheerleader and so there was one weekend where there was new football game and so we both signed up for that weekend to volunteer and so then and we actually spoke to each other. That I ain't got to know each other better Yeah you guys spoke to each other in English. German English the German. But it was hard when I when I saw that. I was paired. Good with her on that weekend. I was so excited I knew this is my opportunity. Quite girl in the back in class with really pretty is I- seriously also got going to make this work. Well you know. We drove together her with a mutual friend. WHO's also cheerleader? I was just trying to be funny and goofy. You were funny and you were. They are very very well. I was impressed. So yeah and then that was and we started. I think dating that next January so that that was five years ago. Just this past month been together ever since US guys dated for four plus years there. Wow what took keeps along man no question right here outside. Yeah usually I get that look from people like like I just lost a loved one and again look over at convince we do six years so I think we all had long term okay. When did you know that you wanted to marry Gaby to really good question? And and I think that's honestly one of the hardest questions that I've gotten asked even leading up to the the wedding I think it's difficult to pinpoint the exact moment Again we dated almost five years before the marriage. A wedding and he'll so much built up to it Our our relationship was so fantastic and we were always growing together changing and we watch each other fights so many different battles and school school athletic and family When Gaby Lost Her father it was a huge moment? That was two years before a wedding. And I I think that was a big moment for my realization that I there is no doubt my mind I want to be with her for the rest of our lives. Wow and it just made all the sense in the world that we were going to get married so I think to specifically pinpoint a moment I've made it was around that that time Wow so you were there for her in her grief and in her loss. And that's you felt out of that time that she was the one for you because of that I did. I was lucky enough to be with her and her mom and her half sister and The things just aligned and it worked out as well as the situation could have allowed wasn't just there from me. He was there for my mom so oh like literally the day that it occurred and so it was he was great. Oh it literally in my mom and him were pretty much in at this point so so what so. What was that like for you? Then Gabby as you are. We're going through that challenging situation and you have Bryan Bryan here not only for you but for your family. What were you thinking at that time? What were you feeling at that? A time regarding Brian it just I felt very lucky to have him there. Because I really don't know now. What would have happened if he was if he had not been there and like the thought of going through that without him would is just unthinkable and so it was having him there knowing that I had someone that could help me get through it but also my mom get through it because because I mean for she obviously.

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"gabi" Discussed on I'm Obsessed With This

I'm Obsessed With This

13:37 min | 1 year ago

"gabi" Discussed on I'm Obsessed With This

"Welcome to I'm obsessed with US then. It looks podcast about the shows and films. You cannot get enough of sort of like how none of us can get enough. Of course Corsican of Texas suddenly today I'm joined in studio by senior editor of the features desk at Vice Dot Com K.. Trees how're you. You're drinking water yes I I didn't want Seltzer. You didn't want coffee. You didn't T- didn't want Kombucha you didn't win anything you just want to tap. I don't drink any of those other beverages so I mean I drink tea when I'm sick but otherwise in other words no no. I don't like caffeine. I don't really carbonation so there. You Go Kinda just left with the with the classic. That's fine though. So thank you for being here. Thank you ever having me. Are you excited to talk about cheer. Yeah I am so excited. Talk by chair will hold your excitement because we're not gonNA do that yet. Okay cool this is a show about obsessions. This is also so the first episode of the third season we open every episode with the conversation about other things. Our guest has been obsessed with lately so not counting. Your what else have been watching that. You lovely Kaleo Net flicks I mean I think we've talked about my ongoing love four grand designs which is Less of like an Netflix Netflix. Show more of a BBC show that flakes hosts we have off Mike but on Mike Sheridan grin designs is hosted by a man named Kevin and This Kevin of a last name Sure Macleod I think I don't know I mean I just in my world. I have a chat. That's of friends. It is almost exclusively Devoted to grand designs and it is called Grand Chat. Kevin mccloud. You're right yeah and it's been on. I mean British listeners of this program will be very familiar with it. Because he's like really famous in Britain it's been on fourteen seasons and has more of like a classic. PBS Yes style thing but instead of just like a classic home design show with people who are building their own homes themselves which adds an extreme intensity to experience experience He all cyber customized yell like people just building I'm trying to think Of like a good recent one I watched sched It tends to be people who are not super loaded which is pretty interesting and he asks Kevin the host asked like a ton of questions about How much it's GonNa cost and huge? Running Line of the show is how behind budget. So is his role all on the show. He's the host and contractors you just well so in real life He actually got into a spot of trouble in the past few years title. British land. Out of trouble okay He's been in the daily mail a bunch because He I guess like because of his home design experience partnered with this contracting firm or something. I'm probably getting the details wrong bowling to build a whole community of houses and I think has been sued for like a a lot of money because the houses are all falling apart and then I also think he's getting divorced so his personal seem like a disaster but his professional if you so bitchy yeah. He's always always sort of like needling in on them The Daily Mail catnap. They love that yeah personal life in shambles professional life. You're mean good And but the people who go on at our like kind of lunatics. I mean you kind of have to be crazy to to build your own house but they always seem to make it out on the end. What's the appeal like? What is the appeal of someone who wants to be on that show? Like what do you get out of it. Just you just to be on television or do you get something from the BBC year from net flicks. I don't change ain't live. Don't quote me on this. I don't think you get paid because I think it is like a classic dock In that sense which we can talk a little bit more about as when talk about cheer but like I don't know what does anyone want to be on. TV like publicity to most people it's like. They're lifelong dream to build their own insane. Home and a cool cool thing that they do is that he will visit them. Usually I think like three to four times throughout the building of the house so you really see it like he'll be working on one house else and watching them work on it for years at a time so as every episode about one specific house or do they spend on 'em houses. Yeah every episode. Is One family one house us you get the beginning and end. Yeah each one on areas because the problem I have with House hunters which I do love near and dear hunters at the end of every house hunters episode they show you like the very very basic before and after which is basically the house with staging furniture and then the house. Yeah one month. After the P- The people moved in. And there's really not much of a change that you still don't have a sense of what the house really looks like. Yeah for they moved in. I WANNA see a start to finish like I WANNA see the character of the residents in the house and not every show really does. Yeah you always see it. I mean there are definitely been some where they haven't completely finished something. They run live money or they have to take more time to decorate it. I do like a chip and Joanna like a property brothers to an extent but the houses are the hosts aesthetic and the studies are all easy to rally different. Each one is a different thing. I like that I would say like there are sort of recurring themes like The very like People of the land like you know love to be in nature like a lot of the styles of the homes are really supposed to fit in with their aesthetic but that's also of the in neighborhood therein and the community but that's also like sort of invoke for architecture right now. In general I would say positively so. That's a good thing. It is like a really really nice contrast to my other. Favorite design show on Netflix switches. World extrordinary home which is also have seen that yeah which as you know has also hosted by two Brits grits And is insane and totally. which is that the people who do that show seem to all mostly exclusively live in New Zealand and be so loaded? It's insane I do think. At least with those two shows the homes are really the homes and then also sometimes the people in them are really supposed to be like what you're ogling ad and the story behind that to your point about the hosts when it comes to great British bake off specifically when they rotated in the New People I was like like how am I gonNA do. Yeah I don't care like I do how could i. How could you not love Mary Berry? Yeah they're filling this void that needs to be kind of a specific character character. But as long as you are that type of person it's going to be fine. Yeah now what's her name is leaving to Knowles Coho. Oh yeah that is weird. Because then you're just GONNA at least before it was like you had the comedic duo and when they left you had to just plug it anyone. Is this'll be trickier because they'll have to plug in one half of that but again we've seen them go through it and that show is so popular it's like not GonNa not be passed and you're there to meet the new people every time and get to know a new people and yeah for people and see the design. My favorite thing about British bake officing the sketches. Oh yeah the sketches. You know. It'd be great if someone would interview the guy who industry or or girl who illustrate. It's like Oh yeah and it's the same one when he's in every single one of them has already done this and I think someone has I think to me of busby but correct me if I don't I'll put it in the show notes crate okay. Enough about homes uh-huh. Let's talk about. Cheer Sheriff what is it about cheer that you were drawn to because this is a show this is one of the classic. Netflix stories are just streaming stories. In general where a show comes out of nowhere and suddenly it's Dominating the use the words the discourse I hate it but it really is. Everyone was watching cheer immediately and was like I've watched the whole thing and I've sobbed and you'll we'll have to see it and then before I knew it I felt late and it only been a week. Yeah like what. How did you find? Cheer what drew you to Cheer. Yes so I saw cheer because of quote the Algorithm which vetted to me Nice and big on my screen And I have a real skepticism Or I duNNo. Skepticism is not the right word The term like documentary Israeli thrown around like real fast and loose these days But I am generally pretty fascinated. Didn't like whether it be like documentaries docu series or reality. TV that sort of spectrum that those all exist within is is pretty interesting to me and the ethical the questions that come up through making them But when I I like it like auto played the trailer and I my immediate reaction was like. I'M NOT GONNA WANNA watch this. It's GonNa be like I don't know not serious. I guess which is not to say I watch a lot of garbage Just in terms of like I didn't really WanNa Watch something that was just GonNa be this like soapy reality esque dot co documentary about cheerleading. But then when I watched the trailer and then I googled it and I was like Oh this is from the director of last chance you which is like a very well regarded series. He's and it just seemed like a much more like interesting and and thoughtful project and then. Of course I put it on within ten minutes I was like Oh my God this is really fascinating. I Love Cheer Yeah. Did you ever care about cheerleading as a sport before watching the show. I definitely didn't care about it personally. Lyng I think when I was adjustable where you and I both worked. We definitely covered it a bunch mostly from the professional sports aspect which is not what this show is about and that sort of the point of the show is that Oh yeah This is their peak. Right it's very funny in the show. These league literally are like rude to cheerleaders. I like basketball and football. The one of them is like but that's not that's that's how using. Yeah but we. We did a lot of coverage of the women who cheerlead for football for the NFL and for the NBA Make like absolutely no money and it's fulltime job and so we did a lot of reporting on that part we'd do a ton on The increasing I guess like sports sophistication of cheerleading. That this show touches on but I do think that's partly because because it's as they talk about it in those show. It's really changed pretty drastically in the past decade And that was another thing I mean one of the things I think is really strong about the series and a real testament to like. Why a series in this way was probably the better choice than just a hour and a half long movie? is because because they really got to like cover a lot of ingles of what's like a pretty big topic. I would say you were talking about documentaries. And now there's this large range of the the umbrella. The documentary documents term can mean so many things but when it comes to a Docu series or particularly one that you're interested in what characteristics that have to have to draw you and I think the reason that's so obvious that this has been so compelling to people that the characters are amazing. I mean and that is so much of making documentaries like you have to find those people and it can take years to find the even just the subject and then to find the people within them. I think with this. It's really interesting that has brought up a a lot of questions for me is the I guess just where the medium is evolving. You know the show touches on the fact that these women and men and are kind of instagram stars. Some of them in their own right would. It isn't able to grapple with is what happens when the show becomes really popular and then that adds adds to their fame as well which is sort of like not necessarily an ethical quandary for the creators to have handled. Because I'm not sure how they could have but it being being on a big platform like Netflix does sort of bring up these questions of like. What are we think is going to happen to these people power they being presented? What is that? What kind of life is that going to propel Appel them into in a way that we haven't had with documentaries in the past because frankly for very long time no one watched that no one watched them and when they were hard to watch yeah Because they were if they were in theaters at all they were in limited release right and they were our blockbuster and they were considered sort of niche art projects. That would win. You know one Oscar documentaries short this is the second. Yeah and that's about it That anyone was paying attention to in the eighties old documentaries seventies eighties sixty seventies eighties when you're watching a classic documentary like the Thin Blue Line or salesman like there weren't as many I guess or grey gardens even There wasn't the expectation that you you could even find out more about these people lay out just because it was. It was hard the buried entry to finding out more was was high. And so the documentary was sort of the beginning getting into these these stories and also may have been the subconscious reason to agreeing to even be on. It would never think that your the narrative would extend beyond the you know the the credits. Yeah and here. These people yet agreed to be an documentary. But do you think that they should especially because they're young. Young adults should they reasonably expect their participation and a documentary to have an expiration date. If these people didn't actually want fame fame Do you think people could easily make the argument. Well you agree to be in the documentary. Sorry this is what you get because fame in so many cases be seen as a curse. Yeah that's so oh interesting I think a lot of these people are are ready for it and they're okay with it. Well this one yeah. This one is complicated right because these people are performance or any so. It's not what you get if you're dealing with you know a lot of the I mean. Everybody has a motive for why they're doing any of this race if you're watching like true crime documentary. That person might want to clear their name..

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"gabi" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

11:09 min | 1 year ago

"gabi" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Russians got a close up of your new so and I was so happy because it's such a soft nice your brand new from yeah maybe yeah I just threw it on thought even massive my hat now my nipples are just on display well so you you put thought like you're like this Sir it is going to mass with my hat no not that much my fiance Gabi the shirt that I said I'll wear that hat with a kind of a I will get that much but I use big G. laying out all your service before work all your hats via will go you've seen how I dress before right everything looks like this tough because a good time of it yeah so yeah yeah you're right thank you joy flash and and everybody Joe Remo for for buses yes although of course rush put in work you know I was not alive well nervous about this because we don't like planning things no no we don't we're we just tend to go like okay we're going to do a live show wins in the performance theater and that's about it and yesterday Delage he ventured near he's a friend and one of I love the dude but he came into the into our studio during a break and the and he wanted details well I'm just gonna yeah boy you're considering saying something that no no no no it was not at all let me tell you a hypothetical story that's not true okay true I just would you do some with your I don't I don't know like a magic so so just so hypothetically sometime over the weekend if I have hypothetically like eating a brownie there was like very high dose right hypothetically but I mean it didn't happen but like if it happened but if if it did right in I just hypothetically started having a complete panic attack meltdown about this live show like you like one o'clock in the morning on Sunday morning I wanted to just call you and talk about it should I wanted a planned she we and I'm just like I started thinking about it I'm like what is this going to come together like I know it's happening but I just started really stressing about it and then that was like I never came down and I was been living with that until you could have called me because that actually sat and Sunday morning a one o'clock I was coming together so that so that would actually I just I even perfect eight a lemon wedge and then everything was better okay is that would really bring you bring you back down well you know and everything worked out perfectly Dylan had some pointed questions thank god because we had no plan on how to use all this all of our engineers the big ones are in a meeting right now and unable to help yeah so something had gone wrong would be totally screwed but as it stands all of our equipment's working perfectly Russ is working the camera both TV and we seem to be to be good yeah I can I for one thing I you real quick for me to get into this game yeah so something happened here in this performance studio and we've got a this is almost like a murder mystery can somebody did something that yeah I think if we knew who it was we should probably ask them to leave so you know those cookies that have the the Hershey kiss in the middle of them yeah yeah we'll take you to write and read he brought a wide array of them and then somebody in this room took the Hershey kiss off of a cookie I actually I didn't do it but I have no problem with that because I would do that of okay yeah there's been a lot of discussion does anybody want to is anybody want to fess up we won't make you leave but by the way if you do want to fess up know that I'm not going to judge you at all because I would have done the exact same thing I'd only like the Hershey's kiss and I don't like the cookie part so if you did it was even a little bit of yeah me yeah I I have no problem with that also that person isn't a scoundrel to me that person's hero well I can tell you I just walked upon a whole scene where people are trying to you know find out who it was and they were like a forensically like they were smelling people yeah yeah yeah they're like top come over here look what this person did who do you think did this I I will I have zero problem you either take the whole cookie even if you want to throw that cookie out but now you're just leaving your yeah desolate cookie with no chocolate chip the only important part of that cookie is the Hershey's guess that's the only thing worth eating on that so why should I have to eat a whole cook if I just want a nicer sees guess it wasn't me it sounds like it's a it sounds like it sounds like it is me and if it was me I would fess up to it but I but I but I love her she's gets way more than I love the cookies that person did no transgression of my mind nice you ready to do some plucking right here in front of all these people yeah well there that reverse plucking swim a few people out here who have questions we're gonna make it very simple for them to win okay each have a question I got three sets of tickets okay so one question yeah I stump you yeah they get the tickets does so they don't know techno does no one question one on one and yeah because I mean it's hypothetically if you should know all the answers to these things I showing you once should be hard sure John I've been on the radio since nineteen hundred and ninety three and I remember some stuff that has happened to me in that career spanned I don't remember everything that's happened so there's a lot to digest and I'm looking for to see what I don't know about my own radio program struts meant can I give can I I hate to you know full eight mark in front of all here stand take those pants up a book my I met mark Stutzman I think it was the first not even N. B. T. about about the first bar bat but backyard barbecue and I was on the morning X. on ninety seven acts back in twenty eleven and I remember I was going around before the show started and just seeing what kind of people waiting in line seven out of radio for three years and I've never seen a station like ninety seven acts was such an active fan base and I remember seeing that mark was like the first person in line to get into the show and I'm like man I got to talk to this cat so I got to know about eight years ago and I would see about several next big things and backyard barbecues and what not and we developed quite a kinship and then the next thing you know mark's working in this building and I'm like well this really neat that we hire fans and of it but also really neat and and so I got to know real well and our toy drive I want to say five years ago six years ago mark shows up with a video game system to give to toys for tots for Tuesday's Christmas now that type of gift we don't get gifts like that like you think about a kid who gets a a president who would normally get a present because of from a disadvantage financially family and they get a video game system instead of nothing and I thought what a selfless act with a beautifully benevolent thing for mark to do mark what what it was it in you that made you do that that first year well I noticed that you know there are a lot of a lot of guess get donated and not smaller but there things that you can buy a lot of a lot of bikes a lot of games and I wanted somebody to have an extra special Christmas and so something that would just blow their minds when they open it and it I told you Sir story earlier but the first year I did that but I gave the I gave the gift and then later I actually heard from somebody from metropolitan ministries who third third toys for tots they were able to tell me a little bit of the background on who actually got not that guest there was it's a really sad story about a grandma who's raising six kids her six grandkids and so when I heard that story I kind of made a kind of made a mint mental commitment that that was something I was gonna do every year instead of buying a bunch I guess I wanted to save up some money throughout the year and buy a big if they could really make a difference for what a freaking guy right I mean I can't even put into words how proud I am to have you as a friend and someone who supports the show and that means the world to me thank you mark that's that's amazing anytime and it was an Xbox one so the really good news is some kid out there is going to get an Xbox three sixty a John you're finally able to upgrade to an expiry is what I was going to say I'm really wanting a new ad hoc so I mean I'm not sure if and if I can get my paperwork in time with toys for tots Sir not knowledgeable within my office will do the old switcheroo okay so mark you you are somewhat of an historian of radio in this area I imagine you've crafted quite a challenging question for me to try to get a pair of tickets to a concert yes on your very first show up with one a divided on a man what you interviewed a celebrity under a certain what was it with the celebrity okay so this is pretty funny I always like that obviously I'm I'm a little bit of a of a prankster and I thought it would be really funny sense lead she had had the old time slot of ten AM till noon on one or two point five when they're playing music he he tried to get a talk show but I don't know what to say without being a douche I guess I cut the mustard so and then I was I was given that show from ten AM until noon then you don't beat everybody ends up where they're supposed to be legen sure is doing fine in those scary somewhere and if he's a real nice guy by the way but you know and so I thought to myself how can I make a mark on these people who are used to listen and to like a rock and roller and how can I introduce them to some smart **** do it on the radio so I thought I wonder if my friend Craig Gass he's a comedian Anne does voice is really well the reason is as voice is very well is because he was raised by death parents and any as a deaf sister so he was forced to amuse himself a lot by watching the television couldn't talk out loud to family members we develop the ability to do voices really really well his Adam Sandler is really good as Tom Arnold's really good he does a Jean Simmons and I knew that he did a Lars Ulrich and and I said I I called Craig a my came out listen I've finally back on the radio I want to make my mark in this new market would you consider calling and as far as all Rick and he's like all jobs loosely whatever you need as okay so here's what we're gonna do you're gonna pretend like you're supposed to do an interview with leads and you don't want to talk to me is like all perfect I said you can act all pissed off about it will be great so you know about an hour into my first show for second show whatever it was the hotline call on a bike hello it is like these Lars was doctor leads I can't do a large depression obviously and and so we kind of got at each other and to this day there are a lot of people who still think that I interviewed Lars Ulrich but that's a great quote you yeah here I'm so you're not aware of that it's a great because it is it is I didn't know that I do know that for myself you know that also I mean I know that you were there for the first time yeah try and find the clip so we could play it over Christmas we definitely said it was really Craig was great he he was a great so really Lars Ulrich and and it was it was an awesome time I love great gas and and I do like Lars we have our next question from the lovely Kate a big fan of the show look only free kind K. does also has a toy drive history with us she brings her beautiful daughters out every year she missed last year I think and are you gonna be there this Friday yes review will be with tax on good good good so ruby somewhat of a judiciary get a nice picture it's nice to see her grow from like that sources right now and always appreciate your support.

Gabi
"gabi" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

11:41 min | 1 year ago

"gabi" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Day long everybody give up to because the bills people deals with love you yeah the Russians got a close up of your new so and I was so happy because it's such a soft nice your brand new from yeah maybe and I just threw it on thought even massive my hat now my nipples are just on display well so you you put thought like you're like this shirt is gonna match with my hat no not that much my fiance Gabi this shirt that I said I'll wear that hat was kind of I will get that much but I use big G. laying out all your service before work all your hat sie awhile ago you've seen how I dress before right everything looks like their stuff because a good time of it yeah so yeah yeah you're right thank you Joe a flash and and everybody Joe Revo for for buses yes absolutely of course rush put in work you know I was not alive well nervous about this because we don't like planning things no he told where we just tend to go like okay we're going to do a live show Wednesday in the performance theater and that's about it and yesterday Delage sheep engineer he's a friend and one of I love the dude but he came into the into our studio during a break and the and he wanted details well I'm just gonna yeah boy you're considering saying something that no no no no it was not at all let me tell you a hypothetical story that's not true okay true I just would you do some with your I don't I don't know like a magic so silly just so hypothetically sometime over the weekend if I had hypothetically like eating a brownie there was like very high dose right hypothetically but I mean it didn't happen but like if it happened but if if it did right in I just hypothetically started having a complete panic attack meltdown about this live show like you like one o'clock in the morning on Sunday morning I wanted to just call you and talk about it should I wanted a plan to go we and I'm just like I started thinking about it I'm like what is this going to come together like I know it's happening but I just started really stressing about it and then that was like I never came down and I was been living with that until Monday you could have called me because that actually sat Sunday morning a one o'clock I was coming together so that it that would actually I just I even perfect eight a lemon wedge and then everything was better okay is that would really bring it brings you back down well you know and everything worked out perfectly Dylan had some pointed questions thank god because we had no plan on how to use all this all of our engineers the big ones are in a meeting right now and unable to help yeah so something had gone wrong would be totally screwed but as it stands all of our equipment's working perfectly Russ is working the camera bone TV and we seem to be to be good yeah I can I for one thing I you real quick may get into this game yeah so something happened here in this performance studio and we've got a this is almost like a murder mystery can somebody did something that yeah I think if we knew who it was we should probably ask them to leave so you know those cookies that have the the Hershey kiss in the middle of them yeah yeah we'll take you to write and read he brought a wide array of them and then somebody in this room took the Hershey kiss off of a cookie I actually I didn't do it but I have no problem with that because I would do that of okay yeah there's been a lot of discussion does anybody want to is anybody want to fess up we won't make you leave but by the way if you do want to fess up know that I'm not going to judge you at all because I would have done the exact same thing I'd only like the Hershey's kiss and I don't like the cookie part so if you did it was even a little bit of yeah me yeah I I have no problem with that also that person isn't a scoundrel me that person's hero well I can tell you I just walked upon a whole scene where people are trying to you know find out who it was and they were like forensically like they were smelling people yeah yeah yeah they're like top come over here look what this person did who do you think did this I I will I have zero problem to commit you either take the whole cookie even if you want to throw that cookie out but now you're just leaving your yeah desolate cookie with no chocolate chip the only important part of that cookie is the Hershey's guess that's the only thing worth eating on that so why should I have to eat a whole cookie if I just want a nicer sees guess okay it wasn't me it sounds like it's a it sounds like it sounds like it is me and if it was me I would fess up to it but I but I I love her she's gets way more than I love the cookies that person did no transgression of my mind nice you ready to do some plucking right here in front of all these people yeah well there that reverse plucking so we have a few people here who have questions we're gonna make it very simple for them to win okay each have a question I got three sets of tickets okay so one question yeah I stump you yeah they get the tickets does so they don't know techno does no one question one on one and yeah because I mean it's hypothetically if you should know all the answers to these things I showing you once should be hard sure John I've been on the radio since nineteen hundred and ninety three and I remember some stuff that has happened to me in that career spanned I don't remember everything that's happened so there's a lot to digest and I'm looking for to see what I don't know about my own radio program struts meant can I give can I I hate to you know full eight mark in front of all here stand take those pants up a book but I met mark Stutzman I think it was the first not even N. B. T. about about the first bar bat but backyard barbecue and I was on the morning X. on ninety seven acts back in twenty eleven and I remember I was going around before the show started and just seeing what kind of people waiting in line seven not a radio for three years and I've never seen a station like ninety seven acts was such an active fan base and I remember seeing that mark was like the first person in line to get into the show and I'm like man I got to talk to this cat so I got to know all about eight years ago and I would see about several next big things and backyard barbecues or what not and we developed quite a kinship and then the next thing you know mark's working in this building and I'm like well this really neat that we hire fans and of it but also really neat and and so I got to know him real well and our toy drive I want to say five years ago six years ago bark shows up with a video game system ought to give to toys for tots for Tuesday's Christmas now that type of gift we don't get gifts like that like you think about a kid who gets a a present who would normally get a present because of from a disadvantage financially family and they get a video game system instead of nothing and I thought what a selfless act with a beautifully benevolent thing for mark to do mark what what it was it in you that made you do that that first year well I noticed that you know they're a lot of a lot of guess get donated and not smaller but there things that you can buy a lot of a lot of bikes a lot of games and I wanted somebody to have an extra special Christmas and so something that would just blow their minds when they open it and it I told you Sir story earlier but the first year I did that but I gave the I gave the gift and then later I actually heard from somebody from metropolitan ministries who toys for tots they were able to tell me a little bit of the background on who actually got at that guest there was it's a really sad story about a grandma who is raising six kids her six grandkids and so when I heard that story I kind of made a kind of made a mint mental commitment that that was something I was gonna do every year instead of buying a bunch I guess I wanted to save up some money throughout the year and buy a big if they could really make a difference for lotus for a guy right I mean I can't even put into words how proud I am to have you as a friend and someone who supports the show and that means the world to me thank you mark that's that's amazing anytime and it was an Xbox one so the really good news is some kid out there is going to get an Xbox three sixty a John you're finally able to upgrade to an axe body is what I was gonna say I'm really wanting a new act so I mean I'm not sure if and if I can get my paperwork in time with toys for tots but I'm certain I'm eligible what's in my office will do the old switcheroo okay so mark you you are somewhat of an historian of radio in this area I imagine you've crafted quite a challenging question for me to try to get a pair of tickets to a concert yes on your very first show up with one or two by the phone man what you interviewed a celebrity under a certain what was it with the celebrity okay so this is pretty funny I always like at obviously I've I'm a little bit of a of a prankster and I thought it would be really funny sense lead she had had the old time slot of tending until noon on one or two point five when they're playing music he he tried to get a talk show but I don't know what to say without being a douche I guess I cut the mustard so and then I was I was given that show from ten AM until noon then you don't need everybody ends up where they're supposed to be let him sure is doing fine in those scary somewhere and it is a real nice guy by the way but you know and so I thought to myself how can I make a mark on these people who are used to listen and to like a rock and roller and how can I introduce them to some smart **** dude on the radio so I thought I wonder if my friend Craig Gass he's a comedian Anne does voices really well the reason is as voice is very well is because he was raised by deaf parents and and he has a deaf sister so he was forced to amuse himself a lot by watching the television couldn't talk out loud to his family members we develop the ability to do voices really really well his Adam Sandler's really good as Tom Arnold's really good he does a Jean Simmons and I knew that he did a large all Rick and and I said I I called Craig on my came out listen I've finally back on the radio I want to make my mark in this new market would you consider calling and as far as all Rick and he's like all doubt salute the whatever you need that's okay so here's what we're gonna do you're gonna pretend like you're supposed to do an interview with leads and you don't want to talk to me is like all perfect I said you can act all pissed off about it will be great so you know about an hour into my first show for second show whatever it was the hotline call on a bike hello it is like these Lars was doctor leads I can't do a large depression obviously and and so we kind of got at each other and to this day there are a lot of people who still think that I interviewed Lars Ulrich but that's a great quote you yeah here I'm so that was how they are not aware of that it's a great because it is it is I didn't know that I do know that for myself you know that also I mean I know that you were there for the first time yeah try and find the cliff so we could play it over Christmas we definitely said it was really Craig was great he he was a great so really Lars Ulrich and and it was it was an awesome time I love great gas and and I do like Lars we have our next question from the lovely Kate a big fan of the show what look only free kind okay does also has a toy drive history with us she brings her beautiful daughters out every year she missed last year I think and are you going to be there this Friday yes review will be with excellent good good good so ruby somewhat of a judiciary get a nice picture it's nice to see her grow from like that sources right now and always appreciate your support of the of the toy drive I can't wait to hear question which you've clearly written down on your phone yes well I'm gonna bring the content on a little bit from that no don't do it does not ring it out these you got as a quick you don't think it's gonna know the answer to why you've got a big deep and I think this is this is good okay this is a stunning question so kind of artisanal food business to John consider starting.

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Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe has died

Michael Medved

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe has died

"Farmers a bubbly leader Robert Mugabe has died in Singapore H. ninety five he became Zimbabwe's prime minister nineteen eighty that the country's first post colonial leader he was reviled in later years as the economy collapse of human rights violations were on the run she leaders have defined the nation as Robert Mugabe did Zimbabwe hero villain a polarizing figure who clung to power for far too long today Africa's currently does were unanimous in praising his iconic role in the continent's liberation struggles but as the economy falters and opposition group his ruthless streak to code the elections were rigged opponents to which is one of the continent's most promising economies collapsed two years ago the army that it helped to keep Gabi in power for thirty seven years finally staged a quiet

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"gabi" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"gabi" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Gabi? See news, live and local. It's well thirty. I'm Liz Warner federal prosecutors say dozens of people including actress, Felicity Huffman, Laurie Laughlin are being charged in a sweeping racketeering conspiracy investigation in Boston FBI special agent in charge Joseph Bonneville Luneta says operation varsity blues culminated early this morning. They say wealthy parents. Paid college admissions consultants a total of twenty five million dollars to fake student records tests and qualifications so far. Thirty eight individuals have been safely taken into custody. And seven or working towards surrender. One is being actively pursued another four are expected to plead guilty here in Boston chew later today. And to in the coming weeks a controversial congresswoman is coming to the L A area and many members of the Jewish community are not happy Representative Ilhan, Omar of Minnesota is speaking at the American Islamic relations fundraiser in Woodland Hills on March twenty third Aleksey go with the Republican Jewish coalition says she should reconsider speaking at the events garrison unindicted co-conspirator and terrorism funding case, they have some very very uncomfortable ties to the Muslim Brotherhood in mice Seagal says, Omar runs the risk of her party turning against her. If she does speak the congresswoman continues to receive backlash after making repeated comments many consider to be antisemitic, James, Haas, KABC news. The LAPD is already way over budget. Officials have presented a budget to the LA city council, which says the overtime budget has already been blown by. Millions of dollars. The report says the teachers strike issues related to homelessness and special security. Details at transit stations and ram games. Are the cause the Rams and metro plan on paying some of that over time, but the teacher strike top six thousand hours, which will cost the city about half a million bucks to cover Jason Campidoglio. KABC news talk radio seven nine. He's.

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House Democrats expand Russia probe, seeking more documents

AP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

House Democrats expand Russia probe, seeking more documents

"House. Democrats are set to expand the Russia probe as AP Washington. Correspondent saga megani reports. There's thinking documents as part of investigations into what they say our President Trump's corruption and other wrongdoing. Do you think the president struck Justice? Yes, I do House Judiciary committee chair Jerry Nadler tells ABC's this week it's very clear and his committee wants documents from the president's administration, family and businesses over sixty entities people etcetera, including Donald Trump JR. Junior Nadler says this is not about removing the president from office impeachment is a long way down the road. Top House Republican Kevin McCarthy says there shouldn't even be a road show me where the president did anything to be impeach. Tele Gabi, see Democrats are prejudging the president based purely on partisan

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"gabi" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"gabi" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"F BJ Sacramento. Gabi HD two ever who KFB KFI AM Pollock pines at? From ABC news. Michelle franzen. President Trump travels to Vietnam this week to meet with North Korea's leader Kim Jong Hoon for their second summit back in Washington. The Russia investigation continues with some looking ahead to win the special counsel wrap up its Russia probe on ABC's this week. House intelligence chair Representative Adam Schiff says the findings by Robert Mueller should not be sidelined. You will obviously subpoena. The report we will bring Bob Muller into testify before congress. We will take to court if necessary. And in the end, I think the department understands they're going to have to make this public attorney, Alan Dershowitz, who's also a Trump supporter weighing in also on ABC's this week. If his information is not released to the public, and then goes to congress to conduct the investigation. I think there'll be a question of credibility on Capitol Hill this week. The president's former personal attorney Michael Cohen will be testifying in front of a house committee. ABC's Tara Palmeri has more president's former fixer Michael Cohen giving new information to investigators about Donald Trump ABC news confirming a New York Times report that Cohen has told prosecutors about insurance issues within the Trump organization the Vatican saying it will announce a new child protection policy. It follows a four day summit. Addressing decades of abuse cases rocking. The Catholic church regain I would like to state clearly if in the church, they should emerge even a single case of abuse. Which already in itself represents an atrocity that case will be treated with the utmost, seriousness hope. Francis. Speaking through a translator at least one person is dead after severe weather hits the south ABC's, Marcus Moore's in Columbus, Mississippi, and Mississippi there were four people inside this building when it collapsed, including a forty one year old woman who sadly passed away from her injuries and the storm that did this was on the ground for a couple of miles. At least according to a thirty five tornadoes have been reported. You're listening to ABC.

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"gabi" Discussed on X96

X96

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"gabi" Discussed on X96

"In with the radio from L show that lets us know that you want us to stick around for a while. And tell us in three words or less if you would please. What would you do if you didn't have to kick around anymore? All right. Let's begin with Davey. Davey davey? How are you this morning? Wonderful. Good morning. Lord lady morning, Debbie. It's getting to be contract time. Again, we're we're locked in battle now. The mortal battle horns have been locked. We're going to try and negotiate a new contract. What would you do if you didn't have to kick around anymore? Davey. I would collapse from boredom. Davy collapsed from boredom that sounds terrible. I hope we don't go anywhere too. Well. I don't how how long is your commute. About forty minutes. Really? Well. I don't know what to tell you. This is every every contract time comes up. It's it becomes it becomes it's like the constitution. It's hanging by threat. Gotta give you whatever you want. Yeah. That's that's cute. That's funny. Well, good luck. Gabi? You're ready for the funny. Part davey. We're not even asking for more money. You ready for that? Okay. We're not asking for healthy. All right. Thanks, David eight hundred eighty eight seven seven six zero two nine six nine six. That's the number. Call check in with the radio from hell show and tell us what would you do if you didn't have to kick around anymore? Josh from Denver says without you three. There is no good radio. Well. Let's see texters or saying boycott Broadway media. Well, that's a little, you know, our friend Richie is listening in Kentucky this morning. How cold is it today? He said he's in Frankfurt. He doesn't say how cold it is. But he says it's so cold that they're not letting them leave the the building again today and go to class. He's just stuck in this dorm. Stuck stuck in the dorm? So not listening or not not going to class listening. All morning today. Sorry ritchie. Let's go to Tyler Tyler. Hey, good morning lords. And ladies. What would you do Tyler? I would be less. Hateful. You definitely feel my heat from. Oh is that? So that would that be a good thing or bad thing? I don't know. I I completely. Appreciate it. Okay. But haven't we the French fry needs to go? Haven't we taught you well enough to take that hated making your? Maybe it is what I hate night. If wanted to blame it on. You're just trying to. All right. Thanks tyler. Sean is here. Hi, sean. Warning ladies morning. I would have to patron your spinoff podcast essay catch up. Well, you know, a Broadway media owns. They would I don't know if those exist any longer either. Well, we all come up with a new part, there'd be a new one. And then mine would be still remaining seated. Be lying down lying down. Thanks, sean. Thanks for checking in. Most says, no more radio. You're the only thing I listen to on terrestrial radio. Let's see wander around aimlessly where am I? Let's see Tony from Ohio you should pull out the letter that I wrote many years ago. Could you resend that Tony? Yeah. I don't know where it is that no sleep more. That's the best answer. Yeah. That's what we do. Would to actually know the best answer that I've gotten all morning is from our our board operator Carlin. Carla. How are you curling three words or less? The Carlin Cynthia and Festus show. Karlyn? Are you feeling better? I hope Monja hope you're feeling better. Sorry that was supposed to be the traffic bed. Oh and not the next element. Let's get some traffic from Gina. Crash. Southbound I fifteen at one hundred and fifteenth south in Draper, two right lanes are blocked crash. Northbound I fifteen thirteen south in Salt Lake break shoulder being affected there. And if you see something you wanna share with friends of the program, and it safely to tax for God's sake. Don't do it while you're driving..

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"gabi" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"gabi" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Nine twenty one foul show. Newsradio gabi. Ma'am. Fifteen dirty A AM kid rock celebrates birthday today. Born nineteen seventy one thanks doing in Marty's driving a truck. What you do when Marnie? Hey, well, I'm crossing the American river here on I five heading into downtown area. Whatever so I have a can of Popeye spinach sitting on a shelf in my house right now that I've had for years and years. And the reason I have it is when my wife was at Chico state. She had a religious studies class, and they wanted everyone to create a religion. So I suggested Popeye she made up this whole big thing about Popeye been some kind of deity and whatever. Great. I still have that. So you still have this. Yeah. I do. Hold on a second. Here you go. There was nobody around me actually, mardi actually if not you just clear them out without horn anyhow. Popeye's spinach can with his picture on the front. Pat is really really cool. They should sell that man. I think they could. I think that'd be a great marketing concept put Popeye on the front of the spinach cans. If I did. No, that's what I'm saying. Is I bought it at the store? I don't remember. I was I don't know fifteen years ago. Oh, Chico state for some reason that she'd made up this deity thing and then created or like label and everything to that's pretty good. Commercially virtually available Popeye spinach, I'll be darn collector's item. Drake, dad, along with your Billy beer there mardi and have a good old Billy beer, but but they're empty kids. I believe you're. It's just like Z. Hey, Marty drive carefully out there, man. Thanks for making me laugh. I wonder what that spinach would look like if you open it up now after all fifteen twenty years in that. Can I bet it has a great shelf-life Brad and Sacramento? Hello. Hey, just wanted to call. And finally, put the music part of this to bed about the worst song. Okay. Cotton eye. Joe? Oh, yes. There's a kind of a weird version of that. Like a really techno version of that by someone right? I don't know why you'd remake that song. Brad.

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"gabi" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

06:40 min | 3 years ago

"gabi" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

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"gabi" Discussed on Altered Geek

Altered Geek

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"gabi" Discussed on Altered Geek

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