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"george graham" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:43 min | Last month

"george graham" Discussed on ESPN FC

"That had been successful. And he was being somewhat ridiculed a little bit by the fans and by others. And so by me going to blank and say nothing and just sort of sneaker in a little bit and then run on the headlight, I had to go home and bloody apologize. Right. I had to go and say I know going to hands and knees and said, oh, I'm really sorry. I didn't say that. And that's what I'm thinking, oh my God. You know, so it just puts you in a just put you in a position, but once our headlines out there and the national back page, the damage is done, it's out there. And sometimes, I'm just struggling to just have like a mental picture of Craig apologizing. This is something that's just very much you. Look how they actually happen. And sometimes, sorry, go on robot. Sometimes it's also the manager has the pressmen in his hands. When I was leaving arsenal to go to West Ham, up George Graham had a couple of journalists that he spoke to and he told complete lies in the paper about me, but he made them after fighting. I was only allowed to sign after 5 o'clock for West Ham so he could get to the papers first and say he side of the story and say that I was offered the highest any arsenal player had ever been offered that he wanted me to stay, but I obviously wanted to go to West Africa and this was all put in the paper the next day and it was all lies. But by the time you come back, it's too late. So did you call that gone Craig? I apologize to Glenn hoddle once so it wasn't a one off. Wow. Hey. I'm in it. It's a trend now. I'm on a roll. Yeah, exactly. He took me off another an a London Derby against Tottenham, it.

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"george graham" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

04:11 min | 7 months ago

"george graham" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Over has been. Late and instable and even with this particular one with his mom and he had to wait on fuzzy, got back for training on time and all this stuff, everything what he says is fine. If there's been instances that we still don't know about, that the players know, then they will not be able to take any players with him because if you're that player who goes with him, knowing that this basic man, like I said about the misses kind of being out rooted, you're right. Then the players will say, yeah, but if we're gonna be totally honest over, it kind of fucked up. That's the vibe I think will be happening and then what that does for the players in respect of Mikkel is saying yes for a manager, a young manager, a very inexperienced managing what he's doing at such a big club. He's kind of dealing with that right because over is the biggest fucking star. He's the he's our top goal scorer. He's our main man. We haven't got anyone else scoring and the manager is willing to do that with him, says to them, he can fucking do whatever he wants with me then if that's the case. So you kind of fall in line. So he's kind of been very clever with it. He's played it okay, Mikkel, and we'll have to see our oba reacts once he does come back in respect of his output and how he plays to see if Mikkel as kind of like achieved what he's wanted to do. Is it a kiss and make up? What is it? I mean, how do you win that? We're painting too much money for it not to be a kiss and makeup. We haven't got anyone else's scoring. But what does what does Obama do? Is he like you said? We George Graham. Is it a knock on the door? I'm really sorry, a fucked up. It would help. It would help because then the manager knows that he's humbling enough to come in and do that. But ideally, you do it in front of the lunch. Like, I would have to like, he would say to me, you're gonna have to fucking help me because you're gonna have to say something in front of him. So before we go out to training, say, listen, some things have said after the game, the other day, which was very much out of order, and I just want to say right now. I apologize profusely. I apologize to the boss and I just want to say to everybody, I'm totally I'm totally apologizing to that I've told the boss and it will not happen again. That's how you have to do it because then what happens is the lads will know that the managers said, you fucking apologize in front of the boys because you've done it in front of the boys. So I've called you in. They know I've called you in. So now you apologize and you fucking make it right. You make it sincere as well. It's not one of those, yeah, but listen guys, I'm pretty sorry in that. He said, you fucking make it sincere. You apologize properly. And then the boss would say, at the end of it, he didn't say to me in the office by the end of my sincere apology and by the way, he's been fined two weeks wait. All Jesus Christ he didn't say that. Catfish did. Absolutely sucked me in. I was going to say in terms of time frame, obviously, Afghan starts in, what? Yes. Three weeks? Yeah. Thinking about that. Till after Kafka, right? Well, you know what it's going to drag the worst cases this dragon on that's what's frustrating. It's like, this never, really, I think. Should someone be losing the captain's armband be the main headline on the BBC sport page? That is, there shouldn't be the main sport headline of the day. Someone losing the courtesy. But the fact that this is all anyone's talking about today, this is back page staff is not a good look. It needs to be resolved because otherwise it's going to drag on. We know he loves Instagram and social media, which is fine. That's not a problem, but people are going to be waiting for any single post of anything and writing nothing about everything about nothing, you know what I mean? It's like there needs to be a resolution. Whatever happened, whatever man George Graham, and that's why his friends to this point. You know what I mean? That's why I love him and respect him so much. I could always always feel I can have a proper chat with him. That is, that.

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"george graham" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

02:12 min | 7 months ago

"george graham" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Strict. I do love over over loves the club. He loves everybody. He knew that this contract what he was signing was one way. I remember doing it with him on the pitch, guys. I was on a picture of him talking about legacy and what he's trying to do now. You know, whether it's a problem with turning up late for a couple of things or, you know, like, I don't know. You know, like, like me with the misses, when she's caught me and I'm like, you know something. And you're in the dog house. Yeah, you've got me. You've got me. Yes, you're right. I'm sorry. I've argued with you now for four days and you're and you're right. So I'm just going to take it on the chin and can we move on from it? Because I think that people now guys, they just want to harbor on it now. They want to write over our ears. Oh, what's going on? You know, they want to do that. And I just don't think that they should be. We should be doing that. Let them get on with it now. I don't even think it's a bad thing. I don't think it's a good thing. I think so, because it's not like we've got someone in the wings who's absolutely killing it right now. You're hoping that Gabriel Martinelli can do it. You're hoping Balan will get his chance to do it. Eddie can catch you as an signed lack as it looks like he might be moving on. We're not creating chances, so you look at and you think this of it wouldn't make sense to me and it doesn't seem to make sense to me for Mikkel to really put this in a place where there's no comeback from it. It doesn't, it doesn't make sense. So if it means taking the captaincy off of him for this because we may not know more what's gone on behind the scenes and like I say with myself I've had it with George Graham with George Graham as I had to pull me up and say, listen, you fucking owe me something man, because a couple of things what you've done and said, I've called the boss some things. I can't even mention on here. In front of the guys, where he's pulled me up with a massive blazing arguments in front of him. He's called me in on the Monday. We spoken about it and he said, you're going to need to say something in front of the guys. I was making me look really bad. And then you do that and then he says, no, you're going to have to fucking put in some performances for me because if you don't do that, and what's going to happen is that your the guys are seeing that you.

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"george graham" Discussed on The Current

The Current

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"george graham" Discussed on The Current

"I'm matt galloway. And you're listening to a special edition of the current on this candidate. Maybe more than any other in history people in this country have questions. What should our national day look like. Should we be proud of this country ashamed of the country. Perhaps both should. We celebrate any part of our history today. I can't promise answers to those questions. But i will speak with prominent canadians. Who are grappling with those big questions and in an hour. So we'll dip into the archives of cbc and here stuart mclean's vinyl cafe. This is the music of the drum all michelle. He grew up basically in the backyard of the kamloops indian residential school. His father was forced to attend. That school has was his mother parade in front of the cameras. Residential school with the monument. Many symbols of respect in sorel of for the two hundred and fifteen children. They were buried without respect without dignity without ceremony. It's hurt us and that's the truth of it and now we're on the path of My song is a path of healing and reconciliation all off candidate. They'd have a huge celebration of riverside park and Many sequestered milk and other nations would come and we'd have a big stick game. Big lale game. It's a live game with drums on both sides and your and your and your drumming and singing and you'll do songs like. Hey can you imagine a twenty five drummers drumming that song where we do it to honor ourselves at then candidate because we're part of canada. We will take a good portion of the candidate to educate to say you know this is horrific that happened and we will challenge for reconciliation but once said main message of education. We're not against the celebration. It hurts me to think. We may eliminate something for the reasons of tragedy and horror or negative or racism colonialism. And no. let's not that. Let's not make that shine. You know. I don't wanna miss candidate with a may t- dancers The japanese african drums them calling out with their drums. All is that just takes your breath away tone down the way flagging in the fireworks but let's make the flag multicolored multi cultural multiculturalism. That paul michelle was talking about is part of the fabric of kamloops. A fifteen minute drive from the site of the old residential school just across the north thompson. River is the building that houses immigrants services and in the parking lot. There today there will be drumming just as paul michelle described. The city has cancelled official events. But the kamloops multicultural society will still be getting together. My name is l. c. chong. I'm the president of the communist chinese freemasons association. I'm george graham spec diversity outreach coordinator for kamloops immigrant services started this For the canada one. Fifty part of a An attempt for world record for the most people simultaneously drumming depatment The member of candida. We had this citizen to our shopping. What well being a foreign to come into canada forty plus years ago. Now a canadian. So i think right on canada day i think is very meaningful and it's also the multiculturalism who had a variety of different drums playing all together last year we had a lot. We have Easy ns the native. The chinese drum japanese african drums which was really nights. I can see the unity of the diversity of i'm slow please. That especially nowadays is all these raises limit that too. So i think it's nice to have all these groups that were gather together too bad. You know this is not participating you know like they should be united the different groups and you know i think that the city should be putting effort in putting the groups together to kennedy and as more being a celebration of multiculturalism than celebration of canada's nation. I think what we need to do is not just decide canceled on cancel. I think it's important to become listeners. And learners and so i really respect the statement of chief casimir. She recommended that. Don't cancel it but to use it as an opportunity to reflect on canadian identity. You're listening to a special edition of the current. My name's matt calloway. Let's leave kamloops and head east to hear another canadians thoughts of it. What candidate means in two thousand twenty one now hidden. Itchy is the mayor of calgary marinucci. Good morning warning that. What are you thinking about on this candidate. I'm thinking about so much stuff you know this. At the end of this pandemic we have been through so many moments of reckoning in certainly the discovery. The children's remains caused a lot of parents of your kids a little bit tighter and it hit folks in the heart the way a lot of things have you know. If i was being churlish i would say look. We've always known we've known since nineteen o strengthen and the truth and reconciliation commission has told us there six thousand that we know are there but we don't have the details on you know what if this is a moment that really allows people to understand so many years later what the truth and reconciliation commission is really about. Let's grab that moment and after the horrific terrorist attack in london ontario if people actually have religious bigotry and islamophobia and anti-semitism in their hearts. Let's grab that moment in so for me. This is a tough one. Because i am so committed to anti-racism and as i leave political life you know. Of course there's so much more. I wish i had done. But i'm proud. Of where calgary has done on the roads reconciliation you know my blackfoot family has given me a name in typical blackfoot fashion. They gave me a name. I can't pronounce At best not specifically for the black soot speakers there which means can't moving leader. He moves camp in the others follow. My family has given me the name which means always ready which does not mean always on time by the way. But i've done. I've tried to really make reconciliation part of my journey as.

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"george graham" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"george graham" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"1 fl on Welcome back to coast to coast. Let me tell you a little bit about our next guest. Nathan Crack Ola. And he's an adventurer, University professor artists. Nathan served 14 years in the U. S army. Thank you for serving Nathan, or he worked in infectious disease and pathology. Nathan currently works as a consultant to health to both military and academic settings. He has been part of a number of archaeological digs around the world, part of the film finding Noah. His art can be found that a tweet that will send out for you as well. Nathan. Welcome to the program and my gosh infectious diseases. You must be busy right about now. I don't think very much George Graham be on the show. Actually, I'm not. I'm not doing a lot of health care with respect to like working in a hospital. What I do right now is I'm working with a company called tech toe. And we've got a product that we're developing that you basically can deacon like your facility. Your break area, your work area, and it continues to kill. Bacteria and viruses for up to 90 days using a mechanical process and a chemical process. Well, let me ask you let me ask you this, too, because a lot of scientists that have been on this program Tell me that the virus is not alive, and I just don't understand that I don't get that. What do they mean by that? It's basically like, for instance, with Corona here. We've gotta already virus that needs a host to complete its process, so it's going to use Yourselves to replicate itself. In this case, Krone is on drugs to be in your lungs. S o. With respect to that. I mean any.

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"george graham" Discussed on The Prememento Podcast

The Prememento Podcast

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"george graham" Discussed on The Prememento Podcast

"It is the ultimate symbol of evolution tinged with revolution is very few elements in issue by moving completely new comes into why lately old and Bangor PLU spoiler alert was following grimes footsteps not media in terms of next choice manager is seen as a revolutionary and a lot of ways he was in time we've talked body pre podcast. We'll talk about it again in terms of fingers impact on English football, but there is kind of that elements of. True Genius is. Realizing what works is. Not necessarily wiping away history for history's sake and the stories of lot manages to come in and don't have the success I worked for whatever reason that I'll say all a big mistake was trying to change too much to. Not. Having that gradually Lucien Nazi types of grapes. So Unisys said that for one new so it's a balancing act. especially fuller like George grab who nobody's accusing of having continental flapped. The opposite, which is a contrast as a player. He was really creative. Lab. Midfield black so the managerial style is completely different to the install. You were talking about things that every fan knows that might not necessarily have been around for the particular era and outside coined of sort of more specific to arsenal's funds rather than total and primarily fund. But one melted to the arsenal is still a thing which is more remarkable when you consider the fact that never been solid enough to have the one nils for God. As while now and all the things have happened since then in terms of the invincible season in terms of all that swashbuckling success, if you do most people what you say show us is going to be what us throughout. Great attacking plus they were arguably about. So I think for me from the mentally one of the reasons why George Crime is an instant choice from one of the first names are centered around is a factor. We're not picking the obvious candidates much lot. We did lash Taylor could easily have gone all in a three hour fucking special on finger and everything that he did. Hire everything has changed, but it's too obvious. So then who do you look from a national perspective and I think to a certain degree, George Graham so up in white tie history and. Stuff I sort of Austin as well, which is really interesting. There's absolutely also carried on after before By colored backs were all say well. Tony might retire before it was. Mentioned, we'll see how much we delve into that. Wall Street on the back more lawyers are telling me don't go near the back to fed is good life advice. I feel baggies attended leave it but if the is being guarded by George, Graham definitely fell on how to teach your leave those kids. Refers as we do try and be all sorts to..

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"george graham" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"george graham" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Have you met some black magicians that simply while you yeah I work with some black magicians assembly while me had become a living god I am I am constantly impressed by by what different people are capable of its like this power comes through us and each of us expresses it in a completely unique way and so I'm I'm actually impressed by every black magician who uses this because we're all expressing the same power but if it becomes a completely different flower as it as it expresses each of us okay let's go to the phones let's start by going to Jackson Tennessee Hey Jeff go ahead Hey George Graham but you can't look out on I'm not aware that the shell and thank you I'm not I just don't care and you know of all right man and the man comes out of their contract was that night and and unlike a lot of the Ogallala like them and I wouldn't dare they bring in America's them seventy percent sake right advantages of blazes many hailing and permission of you know as they were up in town a lot of them down the road one part one is down on one of those stores are now and is Montanans will and I was very minimal medical and I had a band albums late one that and I don't see any massive standing and both films is not very good man the experiments but it exists not very good man I don't know if it is I know it may look no good let alone or not March it's been very long and I was not even a month you know he was gonna do something wasn't a you know one of and and I would allow us to publish his old mentor has gotten before enough in Allentown with women dead years ago in you know I just don't know that I never practice but management you know I was of nine nine nine nine is that windows has some sounds like you'd be a good candidate for do you have to be psychically inclined to be a good magician no not at all you know it was is that there is a matter of of of self selection the people who can get this silly and.

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"george graham" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"george graham" Discussed on KTRH

"Have you met some black magicians that simply while you I work with some black magicians and allow me had become a living god I am I am constantly impressed by by what different people are capable of it's like there's this power comes through us and each of us expresses it in a completely unique way and so I'm I'm actually impressed by every black magician who uses this because we're all expressing the same power but if it becomes a completely different flower as it as it expresses each of us okay let's go to the phones let's start by going to Jackson Tennessee Hey Jeff go ahead Hey George Graham president McCallum love where love you show in them thank you others don't and you know of all right man that may come out of their taps out myself and I and and and unlike a lot of the Ogallala like them and I wouldn't dare they bring in America's them seventy percent so I think line at bay in the blaze in the many hailing and permission of you know as they were up in town a lot of them down the road one part one is down and I'm going to spell it here now and ends Montanans will and I was there in a minimalism and I had a band albums late one that and saying massive standing and both films is not very good man the experiments but it exists not very good man I don't know if it is I know it may end up no good let alone or not mired it didn't run on and others don't use in a month you know he was gonna do something wasn't me yeah and you know one of and and I would allow the public to don't make there has gotten before enough in Allentown with limited years ago and you know I just don't know that I know brexit might lead to but you know as of nine nine nine nine is that windows has some sounds like you'd be a good candidate for do you have to be psychically inclined to be a good magician no not at all you know it was a very very is a matter of of of self selection the people who can make this.

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"george graham" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"george graham" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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"george graham" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"george graham" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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"george graham" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

11:23 min | 3 years ago

"george graham" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"No diamonds not here. I'm sorry i've got anthony sir nelia leah in studio with me today <hes> and adriana barrientos sean well shelly wells and shaun's friend off arroz con so we're going to be talking about a a lotta stuff. Today has diamonds on the it's just we're all creatures have had it right typically <hes> yeah but <hes> and you're not normally here on friday. You're here on tuesday so it is true yeah but <hes> you know it's always great to have john wells in studio with me and shelley in the news brought your friend today for rows khan on who is a podcast host in los angeles on an anti-aging enthusiast and influence her so so good to have you in studio with us to be here thank you you're welcome. Welcome yeah and i'm all about anti-aging. I fight as hard as i can every day. That's the way to do it. I mean you gotta fight. When you're in this life yeah i do but i don't i mean you do have to you do have to grow old gracefully. I think when you fight it too much you can actually get yourself even more you know it's it's a delicate balance. It's it's you don't want to cause yourself stress but i also believe in <hes> doing everything you can to protect you know going back to your body is a temple uh-huh like protected and take care of it and yeah you know take advantage of all these for me is not just about beauty. It's about growing your strength right. It's about being able to still do a couple of pull ups. You know at eighty which is my goal for ninety or whatever maybe a hundred who knows what will happen in the history of science and the next you know thirty years that's right. Oh my gosh but <hes> you know the one thing that's very anti-aging for me is my love of animals and everything that they all the pleasure that they give me in the joy taking care of them daily which is sometimes a huge tasks tasks since i have twenty three but i have nine dogs and we've got more davies on the line. She is the vice president of communications at the s._p._c._a. That is the society for the prevention of cruelty to animals of north texas. We're talking today about why our dogs called man or dogs called man's best friend i think yeah i know why but i want to hear it from you more how you doing today so so why why are dogs called man man's best fran. Let's talk about this. Yes well. Actually it's really really interesting. The phrase man's best friend and i honestly did not know this until i started researching it. Originated originated from the american supreme court case in eighteen seventy really yes. There's a lawyer named george graham vest and he defended a man in who really loved his dog which the dog's name with old dumb and mr vest argued that when a neighbor killed old drum for trespassing the neighbor took took the life of an animal that was more than just a pet it was his family member absolutely and the the the the free and i can't believe i've never seen this quote. I've seen one million about animals over over the years but this one i have never heard vest famously stated quote the one absolute unselfish friend that man can have in the selfish world. The one that never proves proves ungrateful or treacherous is his dog. I love that i do. It is awesome. It is you know and i think my my oldest dog is is mic. I talk about mc mixed like a radio celebrity because i talk about him so much but he's sixteen years. All he's a labrador retriever mix. He was left at the end of our road and this is true in in a in a driving rainstorm with a bag dog food and found him on the side of the road brought him home and never looked back. I've had him sixteen years. He's amazing. He sleeps zim bed with me every night. Even though he puts black hair all over my sheets every single day and i have to either vacuum or i use a little roly sticker thing. I absolutely love him. He is my best friend if when when he passes i will be heartbroken just like i lost a family member. There is no question about it. He's a heart pet. That's what <hes> several folks in. The animal world called the heart pet where they're extra special. They're all special but there's some that are just extra special so i i can put it yeah. I think dogs are man's best friend because they are a pack animal and they treat you like the alpha and dogs are different than cats. I mean cats are great. Pets but dogs are codependent in the in the right way and the like. They're waiting by the door and you get their <hes>. You know their tails are wagging. They're excited because you're part of their pack and they they're. They're they're d._n._a. Their genetics is about protecting each other living with each other defending each other being a group yeah and you become part of that group to them and they will protect you with their life. They'll lay down their life for is different like a cat is fun and they're curious and they're playful but it's different. It's no cats aren't like animal the way well. I think jeff jeff saved my life from the from the copper had a couple of about a year ago now the coming up on football season. It was during football season. I remember that the cowboys were playing that night and i had gotten home and <hes> and i let the dogs out and and jeff was barking like crazy and i was like you know like knock it off you guys it was thursday night anyway long story short after him being he would not the incessant barking. He just wouldn't stop. I looked over to my left and there i saw a copperhead coiled ready to strike me he he was gonna take the hit for me. One hundred percent sure of that which alerted me then i got the dogs in and i had to take care of business myself but but you know for an animal to put they love view so much there so devoted but i have to say you know sean when you were speaking the thing about you know about the great the great relationship. I'll say i'll speak of that. I have with mick back. There's a mutual respect. There's a respect it's a respect that you you you don't often find in a human relationship right. You guys agree definitely. I think there's that deep d._n._a. Connection that domestication it is it dogs they literally they have been domesticated to a point where they absolutely absolutely need humans to survive so i mean yes there are dogs that go feral <hes> but dogs and people have been living together for more than fifteen thousand thousands years really and yeah and the connection between people and dogs <hes> benefit both mentally physically <hes> and and and the dog is there's that deep genetic connection at this point because we have done so much humans to domesticate dogs and i love the the phrase like like the symbiotic relationship <hes> we help each other we work. We live for each other. I love it. I do it so how can adopting a dog improve prove your health. It's always gonna tell people dog is gonna do it wouldn't be a best of more and more of a best friend and better for your health and better for so many things and a a lot of other stuff out there <hes> but there are a lot of great benefit <hes> and they're they're more than this but people who adopt dogs who have dogs in their lives <hes> generally elite according to several studies have a longer lifespan links to that <hes> these folks are also have a lower risk of cardiovascular disease <hes> of course of course having a dog can reduce the adverse health effects of living alone because then you're not alone you have a best four-legged buddy and a and a security guard i might add a yes absolutely <hes> <hes> having a dog can decrease allergies and asthma in kids the kids grow up with dogs not to mention the benefits that the kid does get from going up with the dog in terms of learning kindness and love and respect respect the huge piece there <hes> and then increase opportunities for socialization for people people with dogs talk to other people with dogs because we have a dog often times you're out walking and you meet other people and that has a lot of health benefits physical and mental walking itself will yeah the walking itself exactly we'll <unk> owning makes you less selfish because you have to care and love for someone other than yourself <hes> and especially if like if you don't have children <hes> that makes a huge difference in your life at so much to your life but you know <hes> and i want to talk about the right now just popped into my head i saw a little dog being walked yesterday and had to stop the owner to remind them of the heat on the pavement movement. Let's talk about that for just a second can mora. Yes absolutely oh my goodness short and sweet. If you're hot they're going to be hot and if you put put your hand down on that pavement and you burn your hand that means your dog's little pause are going to be burned as well so play it safe especially if you have have a younger dog an older dog a dog. That's that they're immune. System's compromised walk them early in the morning late at night. <hes> if you gotta take you just have to absolutely we have to take him out. I mean they've got everyone's got potty. Everyone's gotta go look for graph. They away from the hoop absolutely out and get back in twenty water plenty of shade everything everyone talks talks about. It's common sense but you gotta say it. Well and you know. I was in victory park again. I have a friend <hes> one of my best. Friends owns a business down there so i'm down there often and there was a little dog that was is that was parked parked but <hes> you know tethered up to something and right on the pavement and my friend who of course is <hes> you know a lot like me a said something to them and then i said oh my gosh you know if you're traveling with a with a dog when you're walking and you think you might stop in somewhere you should bring like a little doggy yoga mat or a little a little throw. Oh rob or something or a blanket to put down the pavement to protect their paws because it it is if you can imagine kicking your sandalov or your shoe and putting your foot on this hot pavement. It is very very very painful for them. So just a nice reminder right. Yes everybody people in animals out. There have enough water enough rest enough shade all this heat it is a scary time outside yeah and the importance of spaying and neutering touch on that before we go to break always thank you so much. Please everyone out there. Listening have your pets spayed or neutered dogs cats. There is such an overabundance of animals in this country that still were coming up on the twenty twenty cents as and i gotta run these numbers again we get those roots back in the two thousand twenty cents but there are so many animals that that <hes> in this country that the only way to get them all home is that if every person's country from birth to seventy five years old would adopt seven animals day every single day their whole lives like a huge dent in this. Let's span neuter today. They're a million reasons to do it. If none of the really feeling great reasons out there don't do it for you. Do it because it's going to be less expensive your wallet. They're going to be less likely to get out there and rome and get hit so spender today. Adopt rescue save a life if you guys. Don't you have a program where you can do it a little lower cost we s._p._f. Texas has several low cost the nation and spay neuter <hes> opportunities mr out the metroplex for people in twenty three zip codes in southern dallas. We will <hes> for dogs only stand neuter vaccinate and <hes> microchip for free. Oh oh wow nice all right. We'll always a pleasure. Love the work that you guys do out there in the for ball's coming up here in just a few what it's in wh what's the date this year october.

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"george graham" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"george graham" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"Of Dugout the football all media company is co owned by some of the world's biggest football clubs. This is a podcast. That's a collaboration between dug out an unofficial partner where we look in depth at the football football media market. If you're a regular listener to the podcast we'd love to to sign up to a newsletter via the website and Russillo commercial partners who like podcast as much as we do and see the value in creating content with us if you fall into that category to get in touch again via the website twitter and linked in this is as Elliot and enjoy the podcast Elliot Richardson so also also fancy but just back from Baku presumably we miss the I miss the fantastic second half and and it was an absolutely shocking shocking experience. It was the First Cup final. I've missed since I've been going to every couplings in seventy eight so what was the golden pair interview for George Graham One nil nor the very much so my father used to warm me in the mid eighties as if I was not I'd have to go to Austin one Saturday policy the discipline areas we had and we had I think it will change. Even when George came in eighty six eighty seven for me remind my my greatest highlight as an arsenal fan is anfield eighty nine was while hotline eighty seven and sorry to both of you for saying that but that was the moment of years in the wilderness where we broke through and I'll never forget what he opened TV. I M was on Craig. Johnson pointed pointed out. There's absolutely no chance of us. Losing the final and it was rush of core sue in Russia's first time ever scored in a game and Liverpool lost and boring stat was the following they you did it again and lost the knowledge so I guess that's has been of my football life as headmaster said if I paid as much attention to my studies I do football statistics cystic. Some won't be Ryan Life and here. We are so yeah so where where where was school. Where did you grow up. So I grew up in Essex. Some parents are both from north London. Ironically my my mother's my grandfather had the first Evans licensed betting shop and it was on Tottenham High Road Author Robe is one of these biggest cotton Bill Nicholson and all the original double exposes only double team me my my father grew up off the Caledonian road hence the heritage my mother's his family rule spurs fans and and of course people forget this in the eighties and seventies eighties people season tickets at both stadiums we did as is a family so we walked from great spermicides and I know Saturday it was football whether it was awesome so it's not completely unheard of but even then there was an overlap in the fan base and I'm people would go with friends every week it was part of what he did so family out their mom and dad decided to move out to Romford Essex boy and spent most of my life living living in Essex and between the US and now live in London but grew up there so I was in nineteen eighteen icy the FA Cup Final Brooklyn where he's head rather than it was a hitter always the only awesome kid in the class full of West Ham faster at still skulls me aw take me from there then to Dugout vire insurance. That's one I just want to just land on. I'm from India and I'd always love sport so apart from being out asked and we love dogs and grew up and I think we're first experience of really international sport was either cups. If you're a football fan or Olympics and Panini sticker albums where you're getting to understand who players were very different different now and and anything to do with school I was always fascinated and so when I moved into the Insurance Industry Data Guy Background and faces this is a word that people throw around left right and center really it's only customer information customer better and if you bought it down to the simplicity so when I was lucky enough to be CEO of Aliens Broking Business Time Aon was a Chicago Company founded only.

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"george graham" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"george graham" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Go ahead. Thank you, George Graham species with amnesia in your book magicians of the gods. I'm page four twenty six you talk about the sacred book of the Maya the pope avoue. Yep. And you say that the heart of heaven blue mist into their eyes, which clouded their sites. Yeah. I covered only see what was close. Well, that's to me explain with the collar, you get used a Hindu theory of the dark night of the soul. Yeah. And also go to chapter twenty nine Graham where it says the Lord has passed out upon you the spirit of each sleep and closed your eyes. There's three different spiritual of legacies talking about the same thing. Wouldn't you agree? I totally agree. Very interesting that you that you point that out. What is suggesting is that our vision has been clouded on memory has been clouded? We don't really know properly who we are. That's why it's such a great adventure. So with while to investigate the mystery. With the past. Because maybe if enough of us do it with enough vigor and enough dedication, we can actually begin to figure out the mystery of who and what we really are Graham. Do you think we could get hit with another calamity much like what hit the planet? You don't want to do. But the giant Combet that entered the Inessa system twenty thousand years ago that broke up into multiple fragments that spread out along the coast of its orbit with four or five of those fragments hitting the North American ice cap twelve thousand eight hundred years ago, feather impacts eleven thousand six hundred years ago for the impacts actually in the bronze age as well. These come out of the torrid media stream Matori of media stream is the remnant of that giant, which is a returning system isn't imposs- through the Tory media stream twice a year..

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"george graham" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"george graham" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You might go to Thomas more college. But the saints. I think I've won multiple national championships. Yes, they have Willie pretty good. I think they went what if they'll get rings because they went thirty three and. Oh. Kind of like their park perfect twenty nine. So they went thirty three. No, somebody at Thomas more to gotta get those girls national championship rings. I would say that. That's probably pretty good bet. Like, we did a deer park when you go undefeated untied scored on when you play Twenty-nine highschool games boys and you win at all on March twenty fourth two thousand eighteen those boys got rings, correct? Somebody at Thomas more you've seen my dear park ring, haven't you? More than often bring it in tomorrow. I mean, why not well, you could you know, what you could show it off to the to the code names, Ed, and they could get some ideas. And there you go get some alumni together, get the girls. The ring they got rich people will never do that. Again, Notre Dame, they're rich. They're rich. They got a lot of money. Give me out of the students report. I'm done babbling. We leave you with the immortal words of the stew report every day is Jim day every day is for Jim day. Does he walk in the shoes? Of the hall of Famer. Don't we all? Or is it Mr. thrall Tommy throw is that his real name? Did he make that this is real? And what about the cowboy Jeff Brantley walks in the shoes Joe nuxhall, Chris Welch? He walks in the shoes of George Graham. Maybe George Bryson. What about wait a minute. Tom out the sun upon that rock, mardi built his church. It's obvious. Let's continue with more seven hundred w Walter. This is seven hundred wwl.

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"george graham" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"george graham" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"As comes as we learned that Julio Soto admitted the tickling students in two thousand seventeen at the same school where his accused of molesting at eleven year old girl. So it was a fifth grade teacher at castle creek elementary and is now on administrative leave. I'm sorta reminds Jamie homes or news ninety six point. Five WDBO. Some details are out on the death of an Orange County man working at Epcot. The Orange County sheriff's office released a report, and they say that he was working for an equipment rental company. Investigators say a George Graham's fell out of a cherry picker bucket while he was being loaded onto a pickup truck. He was not wearing safety equipment. The fifty eight year old died at the scene. New england. Patriots owner Robert Kraft gets a chance to have his prostitution charges dropped. But there is a catch. The Palm Beach state attorney's office says Robert Kraft will see his to charges of soliciting prostitutes dropped if he admits he would have been found guilty. If the case went to court, but wait there's more craft. What else did you community service attend to class on the dangers of prostitution and pay a five thousand dollar fine for court costs the deals been offered a craft and twenty four other men caught up in a prostitution sting in Jupiter? Gene Wexler, News ninety six point five. WDBO? Updating a story we brought to you yesterday. Two people are dead and a driver. Is now facing manslaughter charges that after a charter bus crash on I ninety five north on Virginia as you guessed correctly yesterday. The bus carrying fifty seven people was coming from Orlando. The Florida house of representatives passing a Bill to make sure that would happen at UCF never happens. Again, the house approving a Bill Tuesday allowing for school suspend reserved money on construction projects the Bill passing unanimously through the house higher education appropriations subcommittee this coming after an investigation at UCF were board members ignored state rules misspent eighty-five million dollars in state funds. Under the new legislation university budget proposals would be cut by three percent five UCF board members were fired or resigned during the investigation one of them being president del Whitaker, Akeem Dixon. News ninety six point five WDBO. And it's not just the first day of spring is also happens to be gift, this international day of happiness. Since two thousand thirteen the United Nations has recognized the international day of happiness to highlight. What it says is the importance of happiness and people all around.

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"george graham" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

13:01 min | 3 years ago

"george graham" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you our final segment with Sandra Champlain as we talk about her work in the spirit world. We don't die skeptics discovery of life after death. When you wrote the book, Sandra tell us how you began to put it together. Interesting. I had it so much in my heart that I wanted to write and I met a publisher. And he couldn't believe I wanted to write what I wanted to write. He's you really think you have the answers. I said, yeah. So he gave me the best advice. He said talk, right. Like you're talking to me and he had lost his dad. And so I said, okay. And he said give me a book proposals. I figured out how to do that. He said, right? You're too. Best chapters, you feel so one would be my evidence the afterlife at that point. And there's so much more. Now after the three hundred interviews, but the other one would was called how to survive grief, and it was literally like I wrote just talking to him so readers feel like I'm talking to you when they when they read it, but that those two chapters he had brought to a friend of his who was in the hospice, and it transformed how he felt about his life and his. Not too distant death. And the response I got back. How can you have the whole book written? So I just imagined that that person who had lost a loved one who wanted some answers and wanted some comfort. And so the book really is about my journey about why a believe in the afterlife. But I did sneak in that one chapter on Greece and the rest is if we don't die who are we how to have a powerful life. So that when we take that last breath and close our eyes for the last time, we can look back and say, wow, I really got my money's worth out of life and went forth. Interesting take let's take final calls. Join the Bronx taken away. Hey, Joseph, George, how are you? Rachel good, Sandra. Our loved ones when we have these visitations from the other side. Yeah. For life. I loved ones don't always show up in the form, we expect it may be a gust of wind that blows through a closed door or a that we can somehow associated with that person at why did they choose these alternate forms of communication to come through to us. Well, I think it thank you for bringing that up because those are different signs. And I think when we transitioned to the other side, I do think there's a place that we learn how to do this and some people call it the halls of learning. I don't think just when we die. We have all the answers, and we've got it all together. Now, I think we have to learn things. And so it's an art of manipulating energy, whether the people turn on the TV or the lights like you say the gust of wind or finding a feather. But I think they may be playing around with the different ways to get through. And I can't imagine. Somebody trying to get through to me is going to have a very hard time because my mind busy all the time. But my grandmother had a red boa that she would wear to be silly. And so even when my mind is busy when I see a small red feather that can only come from red boa. I think of my grandmother. So there might be different ways that they're trying to get through to say, I'm right here. I love you. I haven't gone we've got first time caller, John and South Carolina now, welcome to the program. Hi, John, John good night. How ya doing today? John. Thanks. No, I've been looking for an answer to a question for almost thirty years. And I just happened to hear you on the radio. And I think I might actually finally get it. Okay. Let's give it. A try Mahthir committed suicide nineteen eighty nine. We were riding around looking for him. We couldn't find him in at about seven o'clock that evening on August fifth out went blind. I couldn't see anything for a good minute or two. Next day the corner came and told us, and then they did what they do and said he died around seven o'clock. And then for the next four or five days, I've seen my father get up and get ready for work and leave the house every day. And he would look down the hall it my bedroom. And he wouldn't look at me. He would look past me like he was just looking into the room, and then he would leave, and it it got to the point we moved in less than a week out the house, and my mother made me go see a psychiatrist and the psychiatrist basically said did it was just a burnt memory. It was something that I expected to see. So that's why I saw it every morning, but I I never felt that that was legitimate. Explanation. Do you think otherwise, Sandra, don't you? Yeah. I do I believe you saw him saw his is their body as it's called that you were in whatever frame of mind, you're in that he was able to get through. And did you find it comforting, John? Yes. Yes. Saying no, I guess I mean, a teenager at fourteen had big issues my sales, right? But but yes, it was nice to seem almost like he was regardless. He was still there. Trying to check on us to make sure we were ok. They do they do care. Sandra? Don't they care, and I just want to touch on suicide. I I went through a terrible depression after my father died, and although I wasn't ready to take my own life. I could totally understand why somebody feeling that bad would think it would be the only way to go. So knowing that our brain chemistry changes when we grieve. And when we're depressed, I I would never judge somebody unless we because I'm not in their shoes. I do know from these countless interviews that I've done in every bit of research that anyone that takes their own life is greeted with open arms by loved ones on the other side and not banned the hell band. No, they're comforted. The one thing though, that has me not wanna take my own life. Is you actually get to see the impact that your guests would have on the people around you? So you actually get to see their their pain and suffering, and you realize that you truly didn't. Why? So that would just be a little bit of a hardship for me. But again, you're greeted with loving beings and your loved ones are there. And so we each row ourselves and judge ourselves. No one's saying you're right or wrong. But if we don't die do your do our best to make the most of life and get help. If you are somebody depressed. Follow up question. John. Oh, well, I mean, I I appreciate what I felt. And something that I do wanna ask I just thought about it. But to other people in that same house have killed their theirselves? The same identical way. There could be some kind of demon in that house, Sandra. Yeah, I'm not a demon allergist. I've never come across that. But I do know for every bit of light there's darkness. So I I don't know the answer to that. But I do believe heavily in the power of prayer the power of love the power gratitude. And so whether you think you're making this up or not go round, the house, less it. Vision any negative energy turning into this positive loving energy. Let's go next to anonymous in Arizona. Welcome to the program. Hello there. Anonymous. Hi, george. Remember me helped me a little while. I do and I always want to appreciate or at least you're doing you're doing better. I am. I have rough times because of pain the pain management. Conditioning in this country is really really bad right now. Because if you don't have cancer they. They they have a hard time justifying treating your pain, and I've severe autoimmune diseases that affect my joints. And it makes me hurting. If you put a cancer patient next to me, they look better than I do. And it's not even close. I mean, it's it's bad. Sometimes I is you know, George Graham was committed suicide two years ago. Yes, I prayed to my God in the name of Lord Jesus Christ array before I attempted it. I'm know let them know who are who. I was at. And why I was there. How I'd gotten to that place. I saw that it was in medical school medical school kind of. I couldn't finish it because I was too ill. And I was getting all the patient's illness 'cause Madam Yoon disease. I couldn't hike. I couldn't get another job even teaching because even though the students likes me, I guess, I just wasn't meant to be. And I just felt useless to the world in my wife, and my daughter had her in Costa Rica, and I would just quietly pass from this life. Them and everything, but I had behind in that it'd be better off without me. I agree with your host that and my. My. Position that was much less empathetic. I think judges that you know, how could you so selfish, and it is not a matter of selfishness. It's a matter of fact, it was the most selfless thing. I could think to do because of the burden. I felt I was placing on everybody, right? But I do know. In spite of all of that is there is NASCAR life. I've seen spirit. Multiple times probably about five times. I pray for comfort, and I pray for hewing. I play that. I don't have to suffer pain forever because I used to I used to be a marathon run around with the seventeen time marathon runner. I ran a ton of half marathons, and I just do it for myself. But then I had other people how to run marathons and how to finish and. And I served in served in my church, and I taught deeper here on the country. Not league redshirt them. How to speak English, and I did those things that our love for human beings. And now, it's like, I'm all. I'm just in my own world, and I need to get out of there. But sometimes I'm not healthy enough to do it. And I think you understand where I'm coming from Georgia. Yeah. There's a just a name that comes into my mind, if you don't just a pain management things, and you may know, this person has name is John Cabot, then Z I N, and it's a whole it's when medication is just not enough and you're still suffering and it's got to do. I don't want the show. We're talking about being in the present moment, and quieting your mind you'd have to read up on him to get all of that. Because he's got some audio tapes and things like that. But I know when my dad had cancer and was suffering terribly. His method really helped alleviate some of the pain medication couldn't tell it's John J O N cabinet KABC ATT. I believe last names in the I n n something stay strong, Mr. anonymous, and I'm glad you were able to connect with us many months ago. Gabriela is a Nashville, Tennessee. Hi, Gabriela longtime listener, George always a pleasure. Sandra? Hello. Thank you. This is quickly as possible to things I'm Guatemalan. And when I was eighteen I knew that every Sunday, my whole family. They would get together. My great aunt's home. Well, I had the pleasure of experiencing a seance which they have apparently every Sunday. So they do this on a regular basis to speak with our family. But that's a personal experience that I've had now personally when I see a spirit I was in mass. This is on a different occasion. And it was for my uncles one year anniversary after he passed and my whole family lives. There. Ask you mess out of conversations, my mom, and we both saw the image of my uncle whom he had passed away of cancer. But he suffered a severe stroke when he was twenty four years old. He lost momentum on the left side of his body. And. When we both saw his image as a spirit..

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"george graham" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"george graham" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Hey, this is also why they called the hill. He lived on McCarty hill. This poisonous centipede made the army road insecure. And none dare to oppose him. He was especially dangerous at night time when he grew. So courageous that he even attacked the breed of the dragons who lived under the bridge. He killed the helpless helps without any fear of the big dragons might and because of this a grim more between the dragons and the Mikati began despite their divine might the dragons couldn't do anything against the McCarthy and his hiding place, and so we always one, and he continued his nightly raids until the dragon Scott some unsuspecting help and hear from the line of the Minamoto called tower Todo heard of the people's pain that was caused by lucado embrace. He went to the Monster's lair. He killed it with his arrows, he fire them so strongly they went through the McCarthy's thick skin. And finally, the Beasley dead on the ground before the hero. It is said that the dead monsters length extended to that of two adult men when the dragons and the ocean God's heard of this great deed. They came to the hero. Praised him and told him that he would live for a long time. They also prophesized that his Kim would have some the greatest might on earth. And that's how it happened. So centipede, we'll talk a little bit about some spiders. Now, they're technically not the same as in sex. But they kind of fell into this episode because they're actually couple really cool versions. So you're one of them is the George Graham, oh, which is a type of you're a creature ghost or goblin of Japanese. According to some stories, it is a spider that can change his appearance into that of a seductive woman. I have seen at least one other entry that calls this the hor- spider or the whore woman spider in Japanese Kenji. It is the translation literally means the binding bride or the horse spider. How did I not just say that and it can also refer to some species of spider Japanese-speaking entomologist, blah, blah, blah, use it to describe certain species, according to legend when? A spider turns four hundred years old it gains magical, powers of the Giorgu can be found in Edo period. Works and many of these stories the spider changes its appearance into a beautiful woman to ask a summarized to marry her or takes the form of a young woman carrying a baby which may turn out to be a spider's. Exac a Jauregui also known as the mistress of the Jordan falls. And is you she's Zuko the legend has it that a man was resting at the foot of the waterfall when his feet were bound vast number of spider threats to free himself. He cut the threads and tie them to the stump of a tree which was pulled from the ground and drawn into the waters after this incident at the during waterfall, the villagers became afraid and stop going to the waterfall, however, one day woodsmen lager from out of town unaware of the story of the creature began cutting what in the area after he accidentally dropped his acts in the water, he dove into the pond declined it. Then a beautiful woman appeared in return the acts telling him never to tell anyone about her while the. Logger kept the promise he began to feel anxious about the incident one day while he was drunk. He told his secret and finally felt at ease and he fell into a deep sleep never to awaken. Again. These you hire not friendly. Are they in a very -ation of the story of the Jordan waterfall, the logger falls in love with the woman and starts visiting the falls every day to see her. But as time passes, he starts growing weaker and weaker among permanent bring temporal beliefs. The logger has been trapped by the spider. So he in the logger Goto,.

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