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"gary stewart" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:31 min | 10 months ago

"gary stewart" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"We're all haggard, and that's all I had to say. He went on for 30 minutes. Influences for you Back back in the Red River Days Back in the Tao stays where starting right, actually starting to write music. In high school. It's sort ofthe Michael Murphy Michael Martin Murphy. He was a senior, and I was a sophomore. And he was the first guy. You know, we had a horrible football team, but we have some great assemblies. You know what I mean? Sure, he came out. He came out with a guitar and he said, This is a song I wrote on this slow lot bubbling up. My head is a songwriter. And so I went and got a guitar and learned hang down your head Tom Dooley and got into folk music. And Ah, and then you know, got into that whole scene, And I feel very fortunate is an old cat of Saint lot in Hopkinson. Man slips come, But then you know, I got to hang around Ernest Tubb and Gary Stewart. Wayland and those cats, So I guess my early influences were was folk music. You know you're fun. Dylan, then you Woody Guthrie in and then it just expands. So the lyrics were very important to sentry of this. Oh, yeah. You start off the case and Torrio and awesome used overboard. Axel Whoa. You know you just it just It's never just that's a deep, deep hole. You know that. And so that's where All right, for my influences. Appreciate the time that David before we let you go. What's the bad trick? Bands, but, well, I had this gig. I played this gig and it was a really rough gig. Sam was all squiggly and everything and all sudden, at the end of the gig, the promoter was kind of, you know, sketchy on the head down. There was a difference in a percentage. I'm going So I came back home. I got my own. About four in the morning came and my wife Judy woke up goes. How was a big man? It was a rough gig and she goes, everybody turns bad to discover now and then. I just went I guess everybody does. And which is kind of a street term. But ah and then so I just kind of put around these different ideas of like, you know, you want to be a Have some scars. If you want to be a poet, it's weeds out of a garden. You've got to hold it. So that was the whole idea How that happens. You know, you never know. Where the inspiration for sons are gonna come. You just kind of kind of be be ready for him. But you have a good memory. You remember the You know the whole Dennis Hopper. It was my, you know, Godfather and you know things stick, you know, and then they become lyrics. Do you know what I did know Ringo? Well enough now where you need a bass player Guitar player and called Ringo and say who you got. Well, I We've been friends about seven or eight years and, uh And so, you know, I can, uh, try not to cross that line. Be persistent, but I don't want to be a pass. But ah, You know, I mean for him to play on the record. I mean, I feel very fortunate, you know, and and I'm not trying to pay him and he wouldn't wouldn't take any money. I mean, he just loved to think he's open about it. Yeah, He's pretty well set, You know, Think scale would be that much to him, But you know, it's Ah, um he's been very, very gracious and kind to me. A healthy You and Judy. Stay healthy, where mouth socially distance to all that kind of stuff, and we'll be in Santa Fe in a couple weeks. Okay, Well, I'll tell you what, Once this is over, man, let's hang out. Let's do out. Tio, hang out. I'll treat you. This is all a courtesy of our mutual friend Travis Buster. Tell Travis High Okay? I will take care, Richard. Thank you so much. Thank you. Immensely..

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"gary stewart" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"gary stewart" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"He merged his Chrysler Corporation with dodge brothers on his day in nineteen fifty seven nationally club owners voted to allow the Brooklyn Dodgers to move to southern California. And the New York Giants to move to northern California teams went onto stabs themselves as LA in San Francisco, nineteen seventy-five Doobie brothers went gold with their album damned peed. Birthdays. The days. Your birthday may twenty eighth happy birthday to you. Share your birthday with Olympic gold medalist in the Kathleen, and the pin Teflon Stockholm in nineteen twelve played major league baseball with the New York Giants and Boston Braves later football was all American president of what would become the National Football League none other than Jim Thorpe birthday today for Clarence taffy Abel, US Hockey Hall of Famer, the first American to carry the flag in opening ceremony at the Winter Olympics, Jerry West Basketball Hall of Famer and Olympic gold medalist himself in nineteen sixty Lakers all star Lakers coach, general manager. Jerry West is eighty one under the musicians heavy birthday. Gladys. He said he's. Maria night, along with the pips at great success. She seventy-five John Fogerty seventy four. John Fogerty Creedence. Clearwater revival with birthday today and born on this day in nineteen forty five in Jenkins. Kentucky. Gary Stewart passed away December of two thousand three and not least but last rolling gift. Vocalist for fine young cannibals rolling gift today is fifty seven. Some of the stories we're following for you this morning. That was firing random gunshots at he side homes and cars this morning about cops are asking at this hour when the twenty nineteen legislature ended last night, the Texas secretary of state was instantly out of a job. A man went to a west.

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"gary stewart" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"gary stewart" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Producer Larry Butler. He co-wrote BJ Thomas. Hey won't you play. Another somebody done. Somebody wrong song. Won a Grammy for that. Produced albums for Willie. Gary Stewart, Tammy Wynette, Ronnie Millsap and patroller Clark. Wow. What a life. For those of you who studied poetry? And most of us did when we were growing up, and you think that the great poets died in the era of Shakespeare to the extent that Shakespeare as a single man as we'd say today even existed. But whoever that big John done Lord. Byron Ben Johnson. Christopher marlowe. The era of the great poets did not pass. It's just that the great poets of our day. Or call songwriters. There's still some amazing poetry out there. There's still some incredible words set to rhyme or meter arranged. It's just that. Now, we put them to music. I love to hear these stories of the songwriters back. I think the great sadness is. We don't celebrate our songwriters today. The way we celebrated poets of the past. In poetry has become something this taken over by the weird and the wax. It has to be this pretentious. Alternative reality community. Of artists better than their subjects are artists. Not mindful of their subjects there is nothing wrong with commercializing an art. Rudyard Kipling was paid by the piece for what he wrote as was Samuel Clemens Mark Twain as was oh Henry as was Craig Joyce. James Joyce, not Craigslist. Craig Joyce was my wife's law, professor. There's nothing wrong with commercializing. Eric. And it is not the case as I think history is told us that artists have to starve our that artists. Cannot be commercially successful Ramon. I'm not gonna do it. Now. I'm gonna give you a moment to think about it. Now, I'm not gonna do a lightning round right now. But I was thinking about this this weekend. And I was thinking about an artist who because. He was commercially successful. I think he does not get his due for how good he was as an artist. And I was going to offer him and Billy Joel as an example. Now, I can't remember who it was. It was. It was. It's a show is CNN. Did this thing on the nineties? Tom Hanks produced it co-produced him. There were three of them. And they do each by the decade. And it was about TV shows. I wish I could remember who it was because I was thinking to myself. That there are certain musicians for whom commercial success on on a big scale has tended to limit their critical success and the critical success is often what leads to the the long term monument building. But because someone sells a lot of records or does big shows they're perceived not to be that good. I'll give you an example. I don't think that Alabama. And it a whole lot to country music. I don't. But they made more money than most anybody in country music. They were a highly commercial the first and really most major other than Garth, but they were before Garth sort of stadium country music artists. But I don't think either music holes up to time. I do think there are some artists who had incredible commercial success. And yet there is artistic success. She's.

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"gary stewart" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"gary stewart" Discussed on KTRH

"He co-wrote BJ Thomas. Hey won't you play. Another somebody done. Somebody wrong song. Won a Grammy for that. Produced albums for Willie. Gary Stewart, Tammy Wynette, Ronnie Millsap Patillo Clark. Wow. What a life. For those of you who studied poetry? And most of us did. Growing up. And you think that the great poets died in the Arab of Shakespeare to the extent that Shakespeare as a single man as we'd say today. Even existed. But whoever that be John done or. Lord. Byron Ben Johnson. Christopher Marlowe the era of the great poets did not pass. It's just that the great poets of our day. Or called songwriters. Are still some amazing poetry out there. There's still some incredible words set to rhyme or meter. Arranged. It's just that. Now, we put them to music. I love to hear these stories of the songwriters back. I think the great sadness is we don't celebrate our songwriters today. The way we celebrated poets of the past. In poetry has become something this taken over by the weird and the wax. It has to be this pretentious. Alternative reality community. Of artists better than their subjects are artists. Not mindful of their subjects there is nothing wrong with commercializing an art. Rudyard Kipling was paid by the piece for what he wrote as was Samuel Clemens Mark Twain as was oh Henry as was Craig Joyce. James Joyce, not Craigslist. Craig Joyce was my wife's law, professor. There's nothing wrong with commercializing art. And it is not the case as I think history has told us that artists have to starve our that artists. Cannot be commercially successful Ramona. I'm not gonna do it. Now. I'm gonna give you a moment to think about it. Now, I'm not gonna do a lightning round right now. But I was thinking about this this weekend. And I was thinking about an artist who because he was commercially successful. I think he does not get his due for how good he was as an artist. And I was going to offer him and Billy Joel as an example. Now, I can't remember who it was. It was. It was. It's a show CNN. Did this thing on the nineties? Tom Hanks produced it co-produced him there were three of them. And they do each by the decade, and it was about TV shows. I wish I could remember who it was because I was thinking to myself. That there are certain musicians for whom commercial success on on a big scale. Has tended to limit their critical success. And the critical success is often what leads to the the long term monument building. But because someone sells a lot of records or does big shows they're perceived knocked to be that good. I'll give you an example. I don't think that Alabama. And in a whole lot to country music. I don't, but they made more money than most anybody in country music. They were highly commercial. The first and really most major other than Garth, but they were before Garth sort of stadium country music artists. But I don't think either musicals up to time. I do think there are some artists who had incredible commercial success. And yet there is artistic success. She's not coming to me right now. So I can't.

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"gary stewart" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"gary stewart" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Thank you, boys. Thank you. Thank you. Those are those a Nashville wizards, right? They're gonna Gary Stewart who I don't know if he's a songwriter. Well, I don't know what he is. But he's he's got some killer tunes up. But he's not a household word. Robert, Chris got amazing. A cover version of that. It's called ain't nothing. But a woman a woman, you can tell me a boatload warriors just sink, but in ain't nothing, but. Love that too. That's true. Well, it depends depends on the woman. You don't want that ex-girlfriend showing up drunk and dry wit three. I'm with a pistol. No. But other than that other than that. That's it's alternative music Friday. I'm man the slide guitar on that one. Oh, I don't know who that wizard as men need. They need to give that guy Christmas bonus. Let's see what's going on out there in the world. Dolly Parton, I posted a video of Dolly Parton. She's in Ireland on vacation. No offense, you Irish you. And I have ours. I don't know why anybody would go to Ireland on vacation. I mean, it seems to be fairly peaceful now. But at some point aren't isn't Xinfang gonna come back down. I don't know. And then you go out in the country. It's like, it's just racks. There's nothing there, man. You know, the best way to experience Ireland on your couch on a big screen TV. But anyway, dallies there, and she goes to a pub in county Kerry. And I don't know if we're that is it's nineteen ninety. So she hasn't had the horrific surgery. And it is horrific. She went too far over the line. I'm not talking about her boob job. I'm talking about that faced in wherever she's got going on. She's got like Batman joker mouth. It's horrible. Scott comes to points on the side that surgery man, the other things she had done this. Jenner faced on such. She's got that flipper meets. Wayne, Newton meets a burn victim thing. Yeah. Kind of Mickey Rourke thing. Anyway, this is prior to that. She looks great Dali looks great. And she's she walks into this pub, and there's a couple of Irish musicians they're doing Irish songs and asked her to sing song. And it's a song. She wrote then they probably a one song. But she does it. It's outstanding this video you can see over. Well, you could probably search it out on YouTube. But I'd say it's conveniently located at federal Xing Facebook. This is just part of the wonder splendor and patron splinter of thyroid exiting tonight Facebook. But the Dalai was was a pretty cool tell I remember back when she'd be on TV with Puerto Wagner anybody old enough to remember that. And then, of course, Dolly became just a porter was pretty big star in his own, right. It was kind of like, I can Tina attorney. No, Ike was the Rolling Stones of Saint Louis. Right. He was but I mean, he was huge massive. And then he. Found Tino, which is fifteen throwing the band next thing. You know, Tina took him over the top same thing with Dalian Puerto Wagner, and I don't I don't Dalian Puerto up at the same tragic thing that I continued it in that I turned out to be Damian Damian. Yeah. Anyway, I digress. It's alternative bump music Friday. And you're on the edge..

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"gary stewart" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

10:22 min | 2 years ago

"gary stewart" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Com. We're talking here with official state historian Marshall Chombo and author. Gary Stewart who has written a book column MAC about MAC McFarland. One of the giants of Arizona history the book, however, we we've gotten a little bit ahead of ourselves. The book is mostly about the young man McFarland. Go back to the early part of the century one thousand nine hundred nineteen you pick it up. He's a young man in his twenties in Arizona has really just become a state, and we're we're really frontier tell us tell us about the the period and the and the young man young man, wasn't Oklahoma farm boy and intended to stay in Oklahoma. What college got a degree from the university of Oklahoma wanted to be a teacher, but that was nineteen nineteen ninety joined the navy. As did most of the people he knew well, they joined the navy together. He went to boot camp. Cutting the hospital within a month stayed in the hospital for year with a very serious and was near death on his deathbed literally several times when he got out finally after three hundred and thirty days in the hospital went back to his hometown Ellsberg, Oklahoma. Made the decision then within a few months to move to Arizona. He had some respiratory. Problems. He had no money when he arrived in Phoenix. That was back when you move to Arizona for respiratory three four, we planted. All this vegetation. We're no longer the haven. So when it gets here, he doesn't stay long because what he intended to do to go to law school anyhow. So we had a couple of choices. He could go to Stanford or he was living in Florence at the time. Living in custody at the time, but later moved to Florence. He went to Stanford for the right reason. It was free really Stanford in charge for students at that at that point. Really? Yeah. So he wasn't a scholarship who's free private institutions to issue. It was free tuition. Not anymore. Not anymore. That's for sure. But anyhow the the longer term is at while at Stanford. He got a master's degree in political science. And a agree. And combine those two and unbeknownst to most people accept his family. Of course, he always wanted to make a run in politics. A high level at a serious level. It didn't want to start out as a member of the Arizona legislature and that never occurred to him. But by the mid thirties he had come on his second series of tragedies. His wife and his three children died in a twenty two month period of time. He's supporting himself practicing is he was at that point. Yes. And so. That that second near death event changed MAC. He started to think about really big things like the United States Senate. And so the book is more about that time period because he wrote his own autobiography and nineteen seventy nine. Fine historian, Jim Whalen wrote a political biography about MAC in two thousand and four. So those two bucks books an existence. And his family wanted to know a lot more about him as a young, man. And they didn't know that the grandchildren were born in the fifties and sixties they knew him his grandfather. But they didn't know much about that time period. So that's the book I wrote was the years most of the early years. Well, if we move on here now, I don't wanna get because this really we think we've got nasty politics right now. Nineteen fifty two Ernest McFarland is the majority leader democrat in the United States Senate, and he's taken on by a Phoenix city councilman a young Phoenix city. With not much experience. I Republican who later become semi famous. Either you guys wanna talk about that election. That's well, let me throw in on this on. We we didn't do on MAC. I think one of the most important things he did in congress was he's one of the fathers of the GI Bill. Absolutely. Which was one of the most important pieces of legislation and profitable for the United States. Government would give education a college education to to veterans. We were we were generous to our World War Two veterans. I think in a way that we probably have not been generous to the veterans of almost any other of our wars. I mean, I know this vividly. My dad was a beneficiary of that got sent through four years of education, which in his case got him through to a masters degree, accelerated a little bit. And I think the other lesson that one was the real beneficiaries of that was the entire country because we educated a generation most of whom would never have seen college. And right after that our economy took off, and they got good jobs that paid a lot of taxes taxes more than as we know now from economic studies if you send somebody in rough terms the college educated folks in this country pay more in taxes than they get in services, and that divides sub college the reverse is true. In other words, for the nation as a whole the economy of the nation, educating people through college is a very very good investment it more than pays for itself. I wish our state legislature today. Understood that. Yeah. The business. The constitution says that higher education Shelby, quote as nearly free as possible. That's been reinterpreted a bit. But that's that's an aside. But but a fair relevant one. Yeah. But it also says that the education Shelby provided nearly as free as possible. But it doesn't say education says instruction and the focus of that was on the state legislature. Not on the university system. So returning back nine hundred fifty two. All right. Yeah. It was the start by the way as a fellow by the name of Barry Goldwater. I knew Barry pretty well. I introduced him for twenty years on the very water lecture series. We had it to care cultural center in Scottsdale. And he he loved to tell stories about the time when in one thousand nine hundred fifty he went to Howard Pyle who has a radio personality in a very popular guy. Subsequently a mayor of Tempe. No, no, no, governor governor governor. Mayor of Tempe. I I don't believe. So all right now, I stand corrected from Tempe. So yeah, yeah. He went to he went to Howard Pyle. He's it Howard. You've got to run you've got to run for governor. And Howard says I don't have a chance. The Democrats always win. It's a ninety to ninety two advantage. And Mary said, I know you don't have a chance, but we got to put a candidate up there show Howard ran. And in berry was his campaign manager edgy carried him to victory or Dominicus odds. And so new years later what year nineteen fifty okay? Gets Anna fro Miller who was the first woman to run, and she was a very very astute adept politician to they would watchdog of the treasury, but in nine hundred fifty two Howard calls berry and says berry we've gotta run somebody against McFarland and berry says there's no chance I could beat him. And Howard says I know there's no chance but got gotta run. Ed, very loved to tell that story and see. Yeah. And the other way Barry among other things Barry Goldwater defeating Ernest McFarland made room for another major American politician who took over his job as leader of the Senate, a fellow by the name of Lyndon Johnson. That's right. Yeah. Lyndon Johnson got it. Because when when Mack was named majority leader you had to pick a whip. And he had this at a lot of potentials, but he likes this young guy from Texas, then the Johnson, and so they became lifelong friends for that. So how did the two of them end up owning television stations? Well, I can tell you how MAC ended up on a television station. Has large interests in the forties in the Senate before he was majority leader was the industry commerce act and a piece of that was the. And he also was fascinated by technology and the single most interesting technology at the time was television, which was in it infancy, of course, in the forties. So he followed his application very very early. I don't remember the executor. But but it was before nine hundred fifty three when KTV K came into being MAC owned half of the station at that time, and he had a really solid investment partners in the other half. I've often wondered about there being a United States Senator I wonder if that didn't help them a little bit with their applications me. Well, since the guy had to file the application wrote the law that supports the location. Yeah. Doesn't hurt doesn't hurt to have friends in high places, and it's sort of like being an early investor in Google or Amazon, they were certainly investing in the right technology. Those that was the investment the technology television writ large. Well, we will pick up in the final segment my return in the think tank in just a moment. We will we're talking to Marshall Trimble and Gary Stewart and. Stories to come in just a moment in thinking you own a timeshare, and it's the time of the year for eye-popping maintenance fees arriving in your mailbox how much will it be this time? You're kidding me. Oh, this is ridiculous. Really how much do you actually use?.

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"gary stewart" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"gary stewart" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Okay. We are stepping back a little bit steep in Arizona history. Gonna look back a hundred years or so of our history. We have two guests today. The first is probably as as a return guest on the think tank Marshall Trimble is I believe the ficials state historian, certainly true. Unofficial if not official. Troubadour teacher occasionally at Scottsdale community, college and a quotation from him. He said if. If you had a mount Rushmore, the men on it would be Carl Hayden Ernest McFarland, Barry Goldwater, and John McCain are second guess ties very much into that. Gary Stewart is a recovering attorney has just written a book about probably one of the people who may be less quick to come to mind, especially for newcomers to Arizona, but Ernest MAC McFarland was a giant of Arizona history. We will hear why in just a moment. But I want to first of all welcome to the show. Good to be here. And I thought the logical way to take this is chronologically. And if we go by that Carl Hayden is dates back to the statehood, I might I might add he was the other famous Maricopa County sheriff. Yes. So Marshall who is Carl Hayden. Well. Yeah. I was going to tell that story before probably at vaulted him into the top runner when Arizona became a state in nineteen ten the Woodson brothers robbed the train. We we didn't have a main line in Phoenix at that time and from Mira COPA up to Phoenix down by the Hilo river. These these two amateur boys, they called them, the beardless boy bandits, and they rob the train and just got some change out of it. They were they were amateurs and they headed for the Mexican border on horseback. But that didn't last long out in the desert Bart year assists in one thousand nine hundred ten okay. And just two years before statehood. So sheriff Hayden went in pursuit of them. And it was the first time that a posse road in a car. It's on horseback in a car, and he requisitioned a car down and Stanfield. I believe it was a big old touring car and head to posse the rifle sticking up, and they went across the desert. No roads, dodging other ROY is and cactus and everything else. That's a rough ride. I soon the terrain is about what it is. Now, much the roads thirty much and the boys had Lewis, meanwhile, they had the desert had taken its toll on them, and they were sitting under a shade tree. And they thought this car coming. We're just mining speculators. And so one of them runs out and says here, we are hey, help help and sheriff Hayden, of course, takes charge at this point. And he walks towards him. He has a pistol. That's not loaded the he didn't really carry a pistol often, but he walks towards these boys, and he just stares them down and one of them drops his gun. He and the other one the other one was. We're kind of hesitant and Hayden. Just looked at him. He said son put that gun down and he captured him. Might say unarmed. Well, this got him a lot of publicity because again, it was the first time a posse at ever chased outlaws and a car in America. And it was an Carl Hayden became a household. Name is this was a nationwide story. And so when Arizona became a state, but anyway, that's that was his role as a sheriff. I could tell you lots of stories about Karl this as a sheriff. But we'd probably have to talk. We don't have that much time on that. Is that is a great story at my God, what bravado walk up to a guy with a loaded gun when yours is not loaded. He was he was a heck of a man. I'll tell you that he was he was a good whether used to say Louis l'amour saves good man to ride the river with it was the only one of the four I had not met at one point or another. And I remember him more from a ladder years because I remember watching Lyndon Johnson give the state of the union address. And there are these two old. After sitting behind him. Both looked about one hundred years old. He was one of them. The other was McCormick from Massachusetts. Yeah. He was he was vice actually acting vice president for almost two years when when Johnson seceded say, yes Johnson became president. Well, then he was he was acting vice president, and they didn't he stayed in that position until Hubert Humphrey was named vice president and then elected in and then appointed or I should say at sworn in in January of nineteen sixty five and Carl Hayden's birthplaces of now at the edge of the Rio Salatto at mill avenue and Rio Salata arrived, the former Monte's restaurant, I see they're doing renovations in there. Well, I hope they save it. That's that's the that's the deal with the developer Bill. They'll save it and preserve it. And you know, they're doing I walked by there. They're doing work in there. Certainly. Along with the mill they're going to say that I saved the mill save the mail. I don't understand the historical personally the historical significance of the warehouse next to it. In that. It is not the milit- self is an architectural statement, the other one just looks to me like, you know. A warehouse of no particular architectural. But they're evidently gonna say the whole thing we lived at Tempe when I was born in nineteen thirty nine, and I remember all that in Tempe was still pretty small town. Well. Gary Gary Stewart, you've just written a book on call me MAC about Ernest McFarland. Why don't we start with Diddy intersect? It all with Carl Hayden. Oh, sure. He did. Carl Hayden was a three term Senator by the time MAC decided to run he actually made the decision in nineteen thirty nine and announced nineteen forty which is consistent with today's politics. But the one of the most interesting things about the relationship between McFarland and Hayden is it in October of nineteen forty before the general election, but after the primer MAC took a trip back to Washington and spent a few days, they're important days because he wasn't in Arizona running. But the reason for that trip. Was that Carl Hayden had offered to take back to meet President Eisenhower? I'm sorry. President Roosevelt Roosevelt. Eisenhower Eisner nineteen forty that was a clue. He comes up becomes up a little later in that meeting. They have the first three way discussion between the president. And would soon become the two senators about the senators on a project, and it was a fairly fairly long conversation. Mac us that when he got back to Florence and started and continued his campaign then against her of Jennings. He'd already defeated shirts in the primer. Well, and the central Arizona project. I mean without that most of us wouldn't be here. We we would not. So we'll be back. We'll pick up this discussion in just a moment in the think tank with our guest, Gary Stewart, author of call me MAC and Marshall Trimble author of you have a new book out as well just came out a couple of weeks ago, the skull Arizona auditees land of non lease and tamales. Well, I'm sure we'll get a chance to talk about that as well. When we return in just a moment in the.

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"gary stewart" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

10:23 min | 2 years ago

"gary stewart" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Brought to you by Howard air whether replace or repair, call Howard air. It's fifty seven degrees in anthem. I'm Julie LeVine on Arizona's news station. KTAR news. Think-tank may our news on ninety three FM KTAR dot com. Talking here with official state historian Marshall turbo an author. Gary Stewart who has written a book column MAC about MAC McFarland. One of the giants of Arizona history the book. However, we we've gotten a little bit ahead of ourselves. The book is mostly about the young man McFarland. Go back to the early part of the century nineteen nineteen you pick it up. He's a young man in his twenties in Arizona has really just become a state, and we're we're really frontier tell us tell us about the the period and the and the young man, the young man wasn't Oklahoma farm boy and intended to stay in Oklahoma. What college got a degree from the university of Oklahoma wanna be a teacher, but that was nineteen nineteen ninety joined the navy. As did most of the people he knew well the joined the navy together. He went to boot camp. Cutting the hospital within a month stayed in the hospital for year with a very serious, and and was near death on his deathbed literally several times when he got out finally after three hundred and thirty days in the hospital went back to his hometown Ellsberg, Oklahoma. Made the decision then within a few months to move on. He had some respiratory problems. He had no money when he arrived in Phoenix. That was back when you move to Arizona for respiratory before we planted all this vegetation. We're no longer haven. So it gets here. He doesn't stay long because what he intended to do to go to law school anyhow. So we had a couple of choices. He could go to Stanford or you could go to the U of A. He was living in Florence at the time. Was living in Kesse brandy at the time, but later moved to fluence he went to Stanford for the right reason. It was free. Really Stanford it in charge for students at that at that point. Really? Yeah. So he wasn't a scholarship boost free private institutions to issue. It was free tuition. Not anymore. Not anymore. That's for sure. But anyhow the longer term is well at Stanford. He got a master's degree in political science and a law degree and combine those two and unbeknownst to most people accept his family. Of course, always wanted to make a run in politics at a high level at a serious level. It didn't want to start out as a member of the legislature and that never occurred to him. But by the mid thirties he had come on his second series of tragedies. His wife and his three children died in a twenty two month period of time. He's supporting himself practicing is he was at that point. Yes. And so. That that that second near death event, change MAC. He started to think about really big things like the United States Senate. And so the book is more about that time period because he wrote his own autobiography nineteen seventy nine and a fine historian. Jim McMullan wrote a political biographer you about MAC in two thousand and four. So those two buck books run existence. And his family wanted to know a lot more about him as a young, man. And they didn't know that the the grandchildren were born in the fifties and sixties they knew him his grandfather. But they didn't know much about that time period. So that's the book I wrote was the years most of them the early years. Well, if we move on here now, I don't get because it's really we think we've got nasty politics right now. Nineteen fifty two Ernest McFarland is the majority leader democrat in the United States Senate, and he's taken on by a Phoenix city councilman a young for your next with not much experience. I Republican who later became semi famous. Either you guys want to talk about that election. That's well, let me throw in on this on. We we didn't do on MAC. I think one of the most important things he did in congress was he's one of the fathers of the GI Bill. Absolutely. Which was one of the most important pieces of legislation and profitable for the United States. Government would give education a college education to to veterans. We were we were generous to our World War Two veterans. I think in a way that we probably have not been generous to the veterans of almost any other of our wars. I mean, I know this vividly. My dad was a beneficiary of that got sent through four years of education, which in his case got him through to a masters degree, accelerated a little bit. And I think the other lesson that one was the real beneficiaries of that was the entire country because we educated a generation most of whom would never seen college. And right after that our economy took off, and they got good jobs that paid a lot of taxes a lot of taxes more than as we know now from economic studies if you send somebody in rough terms the college educated folks in this country pay more in taxes than they get in services, and that divides sub college the reverse is true. In other words, for the nation as a whole the economy of the nation, educating people through college is a very very good investment it more than pays for itself. I wish our state legislature today. Understood that. Yeah. The constitution says that higher education Shelby, quote as nearly free as possible. That's been reinterpreted a bit. But that's that's an aside. But but a fair relevant one. Yeah. But it also says that the education should be provided nearly as free as possible. But it doesn't say education says instruction and the focus of that was on the state legislature. Not on the university system. So returning back nineteen fifty two. All right. Yeah. It was off start by the way as a fellow by the name that Barry Goldwater. I knew very pretty well I introduced him for twenty years on the Barry Goldwater lecture series. We had it the care cultural center in Scottsdale, and he he loved to tell stories about the time when in one thousand nine hundred fifty he went to Howard Pyle who radio personality in a very popular guy. Subsequently a mayor of Tempe. No, no, no, governor governor mayor of Tempe. I I don't believe. So all right now, I stand corrected. I knew he's from Tempe. So yeah, yeah. He went to he went to Howard Pyle. He's at Howard. You've got to run you've got to run for governor. And Howard says I don't have a chance. The Democrats always win. It's ninety two to ninety two advantage. And Mary said, I know you don't have a chance, but we got to put a candidate up there. So Howard rut ran and in berry was his campaign manager edgy carried him to victory or this odds. And so new years later what year nine hundred fifty okay? Anna Miller who was the first woman to run, and she was a very very astute adept politician to the watchdog of the treasury but in nineteen fifty two Howard calls berry. And and says berry we've gotta run somebody against McFarland and berry says there's no chance I could beat him. And Howard says I know there's no chance, but we've got to run. Ed, very loved to tell that story and see. Yeah. And the other way Barry among other things Barry Goldwater defeating Ernest McFarland made room for another major American politician who took over his job as leader of the Senate, a fellow by the name of Lyndon Johnson. That's right. Yeah. And Lyndon Johnson got it. Because when when Mack was named majority leader you had to pick a whip. And he had this at a lot of potentials, but he likes this young guy from Texas, then Johnson. And so they became lifelong friends for that. So how did the two of them end up owning television stations? Well, I can tell you how MAC ended up owning a television station. One of his large interests in the forties in the Senate before he was majority leader was the interstate commerce act, and a piece of that was the F E C, and he also was fascinated by technology and the single most interesting technology at the time was television, which was in its infancy, of course, in the forties. So he followed his application very very early. I don't remember the executor. But but it was before nine hundred fifty three when KTV K came into being MAC owned half of the station at that time, and he had a really solid investment partners in the other half. I've often wondered about there being a United States Senator wonder if that didn't help them a little bit with their applications me. Well, since the guy that filed the application wrote the law that supports the application. Yeah. Doesn't hurt doesn't hurt to have friends in high places, and it's sort of like being an early investor in Google or Amazon, they were certainly investing in the right technology because those that was the investment the technology television writ large. Well, we will pick up in the final segment may return in the think tank in just a moment. We will we're talking to Marshall Trimble and Gary Stewart and. Stories to come in just a moment in. Thank you..

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"gary stewart" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:09 min | 2 years ago

"gary stewart" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"To Marshall Trimble and Gary Stewart who has written it written a book called MAC back about Ernest McFarland. And we were talking about the first meeting are you're talking about the first meeting between McFarland was introduced to president Roosevelt and discussed the central Arizona project back as early. I didn't know the discussions as far back as nineteen forty October the fourth nineteen forty. Wow. Oh, wait went back before that it started in nineteen twenty two really the project actually digging or no, no, no, the idea the idea and Arizona wouldn't sign. Governor hunt wooden sign the Santa Fe compact. It was done in Santa Fe, and it included California, Arizona, Utah and Nevada. And but they didn't they didn't show. The appropriation of what was allotting California was going to get this much air zone of is going to get later on they work. That out but Arizona. Legal case, right. Gornja Vieira Zona ROY went on from nineteen. Actually, we it was approved in nineteen forty four Zona finally signed on. But it was not until nineteen sixty three because California with his political clout was able to delay and delay and delay. And so this was an issue dating way back to then when I came up and finally they allotted us two point eight million acre feet and Nevada got three hundred. See I think it was three three hundred thousand acre feet and California's got four point four million acre feet. So that's out was divided up. Isn't there? Also, something in the deal for central Arizona project or the Colorado river project that California gets if there is a shortage, California get there's I it's not just our percentage. It's what happens in a drought. That's that's what we had to agree to to get it. And it finally it it it finally passed in nineteen sixty three, but it wasn't signed into law. We won the victory in sixty three thanks to McFarland and Goldwater and. Paul fannin and the Udal brothers. Mojo udalls do interesting there were six of them altogether. And they were three Democrats and three Republicans. Well, the Utah family. Yeah. It was always devante Stewart was secretary of interior Kennedy and moas is a retook Stewart's old district here here Sonal. Yup. And author of one of the better lines in politics. He's up in New Hampshire campaigning. He's walks into barbershop says, hi, MO Udal. I'm running for president in retort back to him is. Yes, we were just laughing about that the other day. He he was a funny guy. He's a big six foot five imposing tall lean figure at one. I he used to say, I'm a I'm a one eyed Mormon. Democrat and conservative Arizona. You can't find a bigger handicap the net friend of mine, actually is a politician in Tennessee who wrote a book and stole align. I pointed out to them. I said I read that the barbershop line. I've seen this before a lot of years before we're off track. But that's okay. Great one. We're we're talking about Ernest McFarland and early years. So he's elected I in nineteen forty. He was elected in nineteen forty joined the Senate, of course in nineteen forty one. But when you talk about the the CAP when we're MAC lost to go water and fifty two became the Arizona governor while sitting as governor he argued the Colorado river case before the United States Supreme court one of two lawyers. Mark Wilmer was the other. But they argued the final case the last argument before the supreme court on the divide. That was a nice piece of history for back Jack, Jack August before he died was in here. Talking about the Wilmer. Yes. Legacy. That intersection there. Mark Wilmore got a little bit more time with the oil argument than MAC over that as a as a fact MAC wasn't all that happy. So he's elected to the Senate, and ultimately becomes majority leader. Yes, he does. And. What was his notable accomplishments in that period as majority leader? We'll get the interesting replacement aspect of that later, he was was holding the ship together as majority leader the challenges, of course, were was that the Korean war was was raging. There were a lot of problems going on in the country. And Eisenhower was getting ready. So it was a difficult time in the Senate. When did he become Giardi leader in nineteen fifty one earlier that year, and he did? So for a reason that. Would seem quite today. He was probably the most well like Senator on both sides of the aisle and that ability to cross the aisle and maintain close Renton friendships. And Bob Pap were very close personally and very opposed politic Robert Taft as Mr. Republican from Ohio. And so that was a fascinating time. It's a time when politicians read books so we don't see enough of that today. Busy raising money. Well, that's that's another big thing. They didn't raise much money in in max run against Accurist works. Apple who was that. Storage center. He was the chairman of the judiciary committee at the time. He didn't campaign against back in the primary. He didn't think that a rural county judge had a chance of beating him. It turned out. He beat him in fourteen counties. But one of the things that happened that was so fascinated that time was that Ashurst total campaign expenses were just a little over a thousand dollars total put up four hundred twelve dollars himself to because he didn't think there was gonna be a campaign. He was waiting for the general. Meanwhile. Mac round a campaign in nineteen forty that hasn't been run since he he went to thirty six cities in twenty one days before the general election not counting the time that he went back to Washington to meet with the president. So that kind of shoe leather politics. He went to barber shops, bars and cafes and restaurants, and they had rallies, but he didn't hold them. But he went to the rallies a recall, rodeos and. Dances.

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"gary stewart" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

08:55 min | 2 years ago

"gary stewart" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Sixty three degrees is your high tonight, partly cloudy, forty one degrees tomorrow, it's going to be cool. But we'll have plenty of sunshine at sixty three degrees. Forty two later on Tuesday, a high of sixty nine partly sunny weather, brought to you by Howard air whether place or repair, call Howard air. It's fifty degrees in paradise valley. I'm Julie the van on Arizona's news station. KTAR news. This is the thing with Dr Michael Neale talking about the major political and economic and social issues of the week KTAR news on ninety two three FM KTAR dot com. Okay. We are stepping back a little bit steeped in Arizona history. Gonna look back a hundred years or so of our history. We have two guests today. The first is probably as as a return guest in on the think tank Marshall Trimble is I believe the ficials state historian, certainly true. Unofficial if not official. Troubadour teacher occasionally at Scottsdale community, college and a quotation from him. He said if if they had a mount Rushmore, the men on it would be Carl Hayden Ernest McFarland, Barry Goldwater, and John McCain are second-guessed ties very much into that. Gary Stewart is a recovering attorney has just written a book about probably one of the people who may be less quick to come to mind, especially for newcomers to Arizona, but Ernest MAC McFarland was a giant of Arizona history. We will hear why in just a moment. But I want to first of all welcome to the show. Good to be here. And I thought the logical way to take this is chronologically. And if if we go by that Carl Hayden is dates back to the statehood, I might I might add. He was the other famous Maricopa County sheriff. Yes. So Marshall who is Carl Hayden. Well. Yeah. I was going to tell that story before probably at vaulted him into the top runner when air Zona became a state in nineteen ten the Woodson brothers robbed the train. We we didn't have a main line in Phoenix at that time and from miracle up to Phoenix down by the Hilo river. These these two amateur boys. They call them the beardless boy bandits, and they rob the train and just got some change out of it. And they were they were they were amateurs and they headed for the Mexican border on horseback. But that didn't last long out in the desert, but Bart year assists in one thousand nine hundred ten okay. And just two years before statehood. So sheriff Hayden went in pursuit of them. And it was the first time that a posse wrote in a car. On horseback in a car, and he requisitioned a car down and Stanfield. I believe it was a big old touring car and had to posse in there with the rifles sticking up, and they went across the desert. No roads, dodging other ROY is and cactus and everything else. That's a rough ride. I soon the terrain is about what it is. Now, much the roads thirty much and Louis, meanwhile, they had the desert had taken its toll on them, and they were sitting under a shade tree. And they thought this car coming. We're just mining speculators. And so one of them runs out and says here, we are hey, help help and sheriff Faden, of course, takes charge at this point. And he walks towards him. He has a pistol. That's not loaded. The he didn't really carry a pistol often, but he walks towards these boys, and he just stares them down and one of them drops his gun and the other one the other one was a fr- kind of hesitant. And and just looked at him. He said son put that gun down and he captured him. Might say unarmed. Well, this got him a lot of publicity because again, it was the first time a posse had ever chased outlaws and a car in America. And it was an Carl Hayden became a household name. This was a nationwide story. And so when Arizona became a state, but anyway, that's that was his role as a sheriff. I tell you lots of stories about Karl this as a sheriff. But we probably have to talk. We don't have that much. That is that is a great story at my God. What provider to walk up to a guy with a loaded gun when yours is not loaded. He was he was a heck of a man. I'll tell you that. He was even said he's a good whether used to say Louis l'amour saves good men to ride the river with it was the only one of the four I had not met at one point or another. And I remember him more from latter years because I remember watching Lyndon Johnson give the state of the union address. And they're these two old sitting behind him. Both looked about one hundred years old. He was one of them. The other was McCormick from Massachusetts. Yeah. He was he was vice actually acting vice president for almost two years when when Johnson seceded say, yes Johnson became president. Well, then he was he was acting vice president, and they didn't he stayed in that position until Hubert Humphrey was. Named vice president and then elected in and then appointed or I should say at sworn in in January of nineteen sixty five and Carl Hayden's birthplaces now at the edge of the Rio Salatto at mill avenue and Rio Solano ride the former Monte's restaurant, I see they're doing renovations in there. Well, I hope they save it. That's that's the that's the deal with the developers that they'll they'll save it and preserve it. And I walked by there. They're doing work in there. It certainly. Along with the mill they're going to save that I saved the mill save the mail. I don't understand the historical personally the historical significance of the warehouse next to it. In that. It is not the mill self is an architectural statement the other one just looks to me like. A warehouse of no particular architectural. But there evidently going to save the whole thing we lived at Tempe when I was born in nineteen thirty nine, and I can remember all that and was still pretty small town. Well. Gary Gary Stewart, you've just written a book on call me MAC about Ernest McFarland. Why don't we start with Diddy intersect? It all with Carl Hayden. Oh, sure. He did. Carl Hayden was a three term Senator time MAC decided to run he actually made the decision in nineteen thirty nine and announced it nineteen forty which is consistent with today's politics. But the one of the most interesting things about the relationship between McFarland and Hayden is it in October of nineteen forty before the general election, but after the primer MAC took a trip back to Washington and spent a few days, they're important days because he wasn't in Arizona running. But the reason that trip was that Carl Hayden had offered to take MAC to meet president is in her. I'm sorry. President Roosevelt Roosevelt. Eisenhower Eisner nineteen forty that. Was he clue? He comes up comes up a little later in that meeting. They have the first three way discussion between the president and would soon become the to Arizona senators about the central Arizona project, and it was apparently a fairly long conversation. Mac us that when he got back to Florence and started and continued his campaign, then against her Jenny's he'd already defeated shorts in the primer. Well, and the central Arizona project. I mean without that most of us wouldn't be here. We we would not. So we'll be back. We'll pick up this discussion in just a moment in the think tank with our guest, Gary Stewart, author of call me MAC and Marshall Trimble author of you have a new book out as well just came out a couple of weeks ago, the called Arizona auditees land of anomalies and tamales. Well, I'm sure we'll get a chance to talk about that as well. When we return in just a moment in the think-tank offerpad, well, put simply.

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"gary stewart" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride

Silver & Black Pride

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"gary stewart" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride

"They answer is Bill muskrat because the question was what's the thing that started it all, but I think you wanna look at like the mile post that as they kept tumbling down from musk grave to the Washington game. The losing Cleal MAG. I think those are the big ones that led to where we are now. All right. So for you Tyler. Raider asks is Reggie McKenzie. As bad drafter as he is made out to be seems like I saw a write up comparing his picks to the rest of the AFC west. And he compared favourably guys in the league still. I also see a lot of bus around. The league are Gary Stewart jets Vic number seventy nine years the guy that was just on the raiders practice squad. Just released today has it happens. How does Reggie really compare? When you look objectively around the league where every team seems to have a mixed bag brothers. This question on he did read a write up about Reggie's drop success. I I know because I wrote it I did some research on the success of his draft picks in their longevity in the league compared to those of our our divisional rivals an Reggie does compare favorably impact. He's he's overall fester after we have in the division right now up prior to the last Broncos. Draft the last five Rocco's drafts. Or absolutely got off. There's basically nobody still on the team from any of those drafts. I think Bradley Roby might be the only one and Shane Ray who was a walking living mean right now as the greatest of all time, Shane Ray. Which is a joke. We have on the blog his expense. I think he's still on the team. But basically nobody else is now last year the the Denver Broncos draft was absolutely fantastic. And I loved it. And I hated them for doing it. But prior to that not quite so much that she sort of the same way others use had a previous in draft last year, especially in the later rounds of before that not really not really they might not one or two stars. They got Kareem hunt. But that's basically all they've had crystals is a good player. But those two guys if really been bereft of stars the chargers kind of the office. The chargers have drafted really really really good players. And they've gotten really really really hurt for the season even begins in most cases. So the charters guy seven bus not because they're terrible. But because they haven't played very much Reggie on the other hand he hasn't had a lot of success in the second round of than Derek Carr. I run guys are at the very least mostly still on the team for the most part. He was sort of buying the ball when he first started because we'd have any top pace. But the guys that he did take they stuck around for at least a little bit so comparatively. He's actually pretty good. It might be a moot point at this point in raider history does because of the hiring of John Gruden, but you can't really point to in my in. You can't quite into the drafting of Reggie Kennedy and say that's the problem with the team. I think it has a lot more to do with the development of players once they're on the team and sheer dumb, bad luck than anything that Reggie has not outside of the second round. I think a lot of second round guys were reaches. But in the late rounds he will really made up. It was an absolute gems. So I think if ready does move on whatever team snaps them up. We'll have we'll have a pretty good thing to work with their as far as putting him in charge draft. I have I don't have anything to add on the vent soup. The yes to say that I've never really been a big fan of the idea of late round picks making up for early round picks. I mean, I think it does speak highly of guy who can get great value in the later rounds. But. Why can't he get the great picks in the early rounds to you know? But that concludes our mailbag podcast this week. Thanks for listening. Again. My name is Levi Damian this is Tyler Smith, and we will see you next time in the silver and black pride cats..

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"gary stewart" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"gary stewart" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"For that stuff. Team. Maybe probably just need to keep this when they just keep motivating just hold on hold on. Motivate me throughout the whole rest of the is lettuce. On he thought pass with his ops. High nine Sita. Yeah. Who's playing pretty good? We've given up yours, but not point. So we can still win that way. Just crunch time. We just didn't do our job. And that's when they met at a most shock, you guys played very well for a long time, and I know games like this where you're leading for a long time. And then you lose it lay. It can be very deflating. Just take us through the motions of this. Is very deeply and end in Jess sin Ultimas back into drive and get them getting close and magnetic field like they gonna bail us out that just make it hurt a little bit more. And we just we just don't need the put in that position. You need to hold onto a three and now to make it easy on ourselves. And the game would be over. All right. Rick on over to you. D here. Hear some people around here. Let me see if we can get something from Gary Stewart quarterback was going scramble. We cannot allow him to get out the pocket, and he did that a lot tonight, and he was able to extend place more mobile than you thought non was mobile. CNN and action against idea. Now. He to shake out and make those throw downfield. But we definitely got to finish better game you wash off quickly or do you want to hold onto it? They use it as motivation main this one won't hurt. But a man you can dwell on this this man this a week to week. Leave gotta we gotta get back to work on Wednesday. Get ready for the jets. You could tell very very tough bitter loss for this. Denver Broncos team, and they're gonna have to regroup. We're just four games into the season will throw it back up to you in the booth. Yeah. Guys, I'm going to I'm going to give final comments from you guys as well. I I know that locker room I've been in some as a player and covered some early my broadcast career here on KOA, those are tough locker rooms for sure Rick. This was a game that you got a lot of effort you put a lot into this game. And I think it showed the way the Broncos played. And yet they come up short, and in this particular league, you don't get much credit if any for trying hard, and that's that's the tough thing. There were plenty of positives in this game. And yet Kansas City found a way to win here in Denver again for the fourth straight time. Yeah. The Denver Broncos played them tough. And as I said to Shane Ray, you know, not too many people really gave this team much of a chance here tonight. And it's really a game. The Broncos should. Have one tonight, and they know it, and that's why it's such a bitter locker room right now. They did some good things on both sides of the football. They can they can take that. And learn from their mistakes and move forward. Get ready for the jets coming up next week guys. It's games like this. That are the most emotionally deflating games that you'll ever be a part of the blowouts don't hurt like this. It's it's the ones that you. You felt like you should have won. And these boys do feel like this should have won this game. You know? I know there's no such thing as a moral victory. And and believe me, I firmly believe that as a player, but when these guys look back at this film. They're going to see both sides of the football. Did a lot of really good things. They ran the football very well for the majority of the game. They contained an extremely potent offense. It's tough to feel it right now. But I do think these guys are gonna look back on the game. But they're gonna see some good stuff. Yup. Guys. Great job. We appreciate it. And thank you. That's Rick Lewis Taylor Palomas, my two partners in the Broncos locker room a bit quiet as you might expect as Kansas City comes from behind two fourth quarter touchdowns, and they beat the Broncos. Here in the mile high city twenty seven to twenty three by law. We must tell you the copyright of this broadcast is owned by the National Football League. And the Denver Broncos all rights are reserved in any rebroadcast recording retransmission or other use of this broadcast without the express written permission of the NFL is prohibited..

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"gary stewart" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"gary stewart" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"X rays were negative. That's one five on the nine game road trip and on the scoreboard interleague Brandon Phillips Red Sox debut couldn't have been better. Go ahead night. Then two run Homer. Getting Boston past Atlanta nine eight in the National League. The Marlins slipped past the Phillies two to one. The cardinals tripped up the national seventy six the cubs knocked off the brewers six to four Rockies took out the giants five to three with Trevor story. Going deep three times. Pirates by the reds three to American League. The Mariners bounce the Orioles five to to the Blue Jays. Hammered the race ten three the Astros all over the twins nine one Indians. Three to one over the royals. The angels got a couple of Shohei Otani home runs top the Rangers nine to three Otani though may need Tommy John surgery Tigers with the White Sox ten. The last two US open semi-finals are now set upset minded Australian John millman lost last night to Novak Djokovic six three six four six four. The beat Djokovic taking on K. Michigan Corey in the semis. And it's Madison keys versus Naomi Osaka. He's disposed of Carla Suarez Navarro last night. Six four six three soccer was New York City f c losing to the revolution. One nil. With reports every twenty minutes, I'm Harris Allen WFAN twenty twenty sports traffic center. I'm Karen Stewart with the raycatena dot com auto group fan highway patrol overnight construction has gone at W bridge. We are in good shape over the span construction free and delay free at the tolls. That equals good at the Lincoln tunnel. Holland tunnel are doing well. And mass transit so far everything is running on a close to schedule it's early, but we'll take good when we can get it. We've got some delays. If you're traveling on the Bruckner going northbound things a little bit slow between one hundred and forty ninth and one hundred and thirty nine th street, nothing too awful. And we're also doing well over on the ally. E we look good at the Whitestone and frogs neck. Bridges, alternate side of the street is an effect today. Citywide across all five boroughs. I'm Gary Stewart with the raycatena dot com auto group fan highway patrol. Also sponsored by Mavis discount tire. America's tire discounter football is finally back and we're talking about an on the midday show. Join us today at ten AM or yet you said for eagles falcons some last-second predictions as the NFL season is finally here. Plus the latest on the Yankee west coast trip as they wrap it up in Oakland and Seattle, and who the heck of.

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"gary stewart" Discussed on That Awful Sound

That Awful Sound

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"gary stewart" Discussed on That Awful Sound

"Easily lights stuff on fire you know kill your buddy take his skull that's free it actually called him as it costs the thousand twenty eight dollars but thousand was for the human skull all right let's get into the the comments section we already for this anything more to say about the music video this amazing music video i mean just the last thing is you can tell that paul in which through the eighties of kiss paul kind of took the reins and gene did go more towards you know he started dating share he started doing really bad movies through the eighties and paul took the reins and and and carried kiss through the eighties and you can kind of see it here that this is where it started you know his his flamboyant nature onstage was perfect for the eighties and and yeah you it it all began here you can tell do you think that that's why vinnie vincent looks away does is because he was trying to get in gene simmons good graces by looking like share maybe maybe i'll get to solo on the next off he's talking like share why are you talking wait what what are you what are you talking about that's my share impression apparently good recognizable i do a better share singing that will will do when we cover share share video okay comments i have one here from gary stewart who says never trust a man whose hair is more boof e than a girls.

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"gary stewart" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"gary stewart" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Bonus i was gonna say the fake is not supposed to be free throws anymore but they are in the bonus second free throw for damian lillard and that one is good portland back in the lead by five sixty six to sixty one in here comes will barton barton has it up the right wing throws it all way what was he looking at exactly i was i was about to say the same thing what was he throwing the ball to fowler on one end and then a brutal turnover on the other end and here comes shabazz napier checked in during the time out napier has it on the high left side top of the key over to collins collins throws it back on the left side to napier napier trying to feed evan turner gary stewart to good job of defense here davis throws it back out on top to napier cuts against the grain jump shots on the way that won miss rebound down to mason plumlee nuggets steve another bucket here up the left wing israel barton barton crossover move stops leans in fake shot is good got his own rebound for some reason trying to go back up and he did and he got a voter got hit the face as well yeah the net is going to have to take a timeout with will is the other anti got poked in they don't you don't wanna foul here because they go to the free throw line zach college with a step back three that was no good rebound down to nicola yokich denver did a good job four their outlet pass over the wilson chandler luca der low plumlee it is great santa's right there by may probably good fans i wilson chandler knocking on the door they're down by a one sixty six to sixty five shabazz napier has it at the mid chord circle guarded by gary hairs gets pick from davis drives on your through the lane back out on top of college catching goal leans in whistle offense foul on sack you'll catch took the.

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"gary stewart" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"gary stewart" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I absolutely had reservations about comey forward but i wasn't going to join the cult following i have a case i am more ready now than ever to find out one way or another i believe i'm right and i hope i'm wrong and and there's one piece of information that i could have decade disprove it completely for me and that is my father's file so i called the number surprisingly he answered the phone and i said lieutenant my name is gary stewart and i have a question has the soviet case been solved in close and he laughed he he laughed he said no it's not solved i wish it were i said well i i have some information in a and and maybe you can help me the next chance he gets gary flies to san francisco to meet with a lieutenant in person i sat in his office any in he took out a little note at any says okay let's let's go with this one more time and i believe by the time i got finish sharing the overwhelming compelling evidence that i had he said you know what gary there's only one way to get down at the bottom of this will you voluntarily submit a sample of your dna for analysis for comparison to the the alleged zodiac profile we have and i said sure and he said wild me that day pardon me was very sad trying to figure out how i was going to to come to terms with part of it was elation and relief knowing there was nothing else i could do and hope and pray to god that it comes back negative but to this day the truth is still escapes gary he says his case of mysteriously shutdown and the tenant he spoke to ultimately transferred out of homicide he still has a copy of the crime lab requesting tab as dna compared to the zodiac i reached out to the san francisco police department they did it respond in time to my questions about gary but they've as though he had killer case is open and.

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"gary stewart" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"gary stewart" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Absolutely had a reservations about comey forward but i wasn't going to join the cult following i have a case i am more ready now than ever to find out one way or another i believe i'm reid and i hope i'm wrong an and there's one piece of information that i could have decade disprove it completely for me and that is my father's file so i called the number surprisingly he answered the phone and i said lieutenant my name is gary stewart and i have a question has the soviet case solved in close and he laughed he he laughed he said no it's not solved so i wish it were i said well i i have some information and and and maybe you can help me the next chance he gets gary flies to san francisco to meet with a lieutenant in person i said in his office any in he took out a little note pad any says okay let's let's go over this one more time and i believe by the time i got finished sharing the overwhelming compelling evidence that i had he said you know what gary there's only one way to you down of the bottom of this will you voluntarily submit a sample of your dna for analysis for comparison to the alleged zodiac profile we have and i said sure and he swab me that day pardon me was very sad trying to figure out how i was going to to come to terms with part of it was elation and relief knowing there was nothing else i can do and hope and pray to god that it comes back negative but to this day the truth is still escapes gary and he says his case was mysteriously shutdown and the lieutenant he spoke to ultimately transferred out of homicide he still has a copy of the crime lab request tab as dna compared to this od acts i reached out to this emphasis a police department they did it respond in time to my questions about gary but save as though yet killer case is open and active for gary this is all come at a cost he.

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