21 Burst results for "Grissom"
Stuck Holding Double Badgers
"So a game that me and Tom Played on the Internet of all places just the other day on a service table Topa. Could Renisha. Insisted on calling it repeatedly in a frankly probably slightly racist manner anyway. Is a glorious creation of dominoes and domination featuring animals. The surround little patches of ground how flowers and trees placed on them that eventually popoff. Awarding points the person in control of that area. Now, this is a game by Michael Kiessling and Wolfgang Kramer who you might know Rassoul and our grand. But this isn't the first time they've worked together created the mask trilogy, of Decal, Mexica and cosker. which are all as quince points out in this document I'm reading from. There were lovely. Lovely Gates. Mexico is an absolute delight. So a lot of time for these two when it comes to games way you place lucky things on maps in ways going to irritate other players, which is all I remember was the game in Mexico. Now. This has an immediately striking theme could re nature. You have these dominoes that you're drawing up from when holding three of them in your hand anytime. Each. Domino. As you might expect, has a little image on either side of it and they're all different types of animals, some birds, some badges, some bloody aisles, and I kept drawing double owls, which was a nightmare because there was nowhere for to connect to, and really you are just taking intends to play a domino style game where you have this grid, put them out onto but the placement rules. As you would expect from Domino's you cannot put an owl and up against Abacha and that is illegal as we learned in the story of Adam and Eve. The trickiness is no freefall with this. There is a specific grid that you can follow and as you play, you're going to be slowly surrounding these enclosures and everytime put down domino on the board in one of the enclosed spaces adjacent to it. which is kind of patch of dirt. You may place one of your selection of the light full. Phone Ah. La. Fauna for them foreigner in flora. So you can place like a little bit of grass or you can place like shrubbery. Shrub or you can place like a small tree or you can place a massive trade and there's no cost for place in these things it's just that you have a very limited amount of all of these things. Even a couple of massive trees you got loads of grass up the scoring valleys of these things obviously scale up as you go along and the trick is. The moment at which that soiling closure is fully surrounded by Dominos always surrounded as it is possible for it to be. You'll immediately score that. Who has the largest score of trees and shrubberies and graphics as you're in that area is going to get the big prize bonus with whoever second, getting a lesser known but a big thing. Is No one else? Is there you get the big bonus and the little bonus which means you have the strange game of creeping domino's our across the board. Whilst trying to take control of areas but obviously you're not. You'll never connecting your dominos you're connecting to anyone's domino's so becomes. The game, it reminded me most of that. She was T- GRISSOM Euphrates of it being more than anything a game of of having is everywhere and. Saying the place you should be putting a thing down the thing you should be blocking next
"grissom" Discussed on KCRW
"Her job is to get mice hooked on cocaine. She's joking and actually gets mice addicted to a nutrition drink, which is cheaper. Her mother from Ghana lives with her, but mostly under the covers. Gift is 28 6 years towards her PhD in neuroscience at Stanford, a woman of science who still feels a pull from the evangelical faith of her youth in Alabama. She confined in her mice, the neural circuits that lead to addiction and depression. Maybe she congrats the death of her older brother. You know, Jesse, author of the award winning debut novel, Homegoing joins us now from Brooklyn. Thank you so much for being with us. That's my pleasure. Thank you for having me. Among so many other things, this novelist so beautifully detailed about the science. Did you essentially return to school to get that so right? That would have been helpful, but no, I didn't I I was very fortunate in that. My best friend from Alabama is herself a neuroscience, and she studies specifically the neural pathways of reward seeking. Andi. I got the inside track. She took me to her lab, and she answered all my questions. Eso really This this book had a great primary source. And there's no simple minded answer for this. I'm sure. But how does the loss of her older brother Nana to addiction drive your narrator? Well, it drives all of her actions, though she's a character who's incredibly contradictory and is often compartmentalizing and pro testing the idea that her brother's death has anything to do at all with the choices that she's made a career wise and yet we see continually that she is striving for something like a cure. For the disease that killed her brother. And could I I had like you to read a section that kind of bears on that a rumination from gift E. If you could sure. I was such a self righteous child first in the days of my Christianity. When I said things like I'll pray for you to my classmates who were reading books about witches and wizards. Then, in those first few years of college when I became dismissive of anyone who cried about breakups who spent money frivolously who complained about small things. By that time, my mother had already healed through prayer. As pastor Jon put it healed, but in the way a broken bone that's healed still aches at the first signs of grain. There were always first signs of rain, atmospheric quiet. She was always taking you write so beautifully and so fairly about faith in this book. I wonder what your feelings are now. I mean, to quote you again gift, he says. I'm looking for new names for old feelings. My soul is still my soul. Even if I really call it that Yeah, I feel that to be true for myself as well. You know, on DH Similarly to GIF T. I grew up Pentecostal. I was raised in the church, as they say. But I haven't continued. Tio attend and have kind of lost a lot of that early grounding that I had as I as I grew older and started Tio feel kind of politically differently than some of the teachings that I learned when I was younger. And yet I think when you spend that much time in a place and so it really was such a huge part of my life. Andi. It's something I found that even as I've grown distant from that I can't completely disentangle who I am from this early period. Your mind. Can you tell us about the young woman you were at Grissom High School. I guess you know Huntsville, Alabama who read Toni Morrison and won a reading Rainbow certificate from Levar Burton. Sure, I loved reading more than just about anything else in my life. At that point, my family moved around a lot when I was a child. I was born in Ghana. But then we lived in Ohio, Illinois, Tennessee, Alabama, and the kind of one constant was the fact that I could go to the library with my library card and check out books and in these books, I could start to kind of encounter. People understand people and have that stability. That I was seeking throughout all of these move, So I was a person who just found herself in literature. Quite young. May I ask? Are you writing now? Or there's a difficulty in these involving times. It's been really difficult in these times, T write that kind of sustained attention that you need in order to write, but to read to do a lot of the things that I'm so used to doing. I've been finding hard to do. Yeah, that the anxiety of this moment, certainly kind of Flows out until all the other aspects of my life But I'm happy to be in. I guess what I think of us as a fallow period. I'm just trying to take all of this moment and hopefully some seed will emerge from that eventually. Yeah, I just see her novel, transcendent kingdom. Thank you so much for being with us. Thank you. Adam Petrocelli is 17 and hears voices. He sees people who aren't there and calls them is inescapable Roommates. One day they overtake his life in a high school science lab. Right here. Adam Way need to leave now. Adam struggled get a diagnosis. Schizophrenia story of a striving falling and getting back up is at the center of the film words on bathroom walls from the Y. A novel by Julia Walton. Stars Charlie Plumber Taylor, Russell,.
"Welcome back to another five minutes in Church history for this episode. I am sitting here with a book in my hand. It is J. Gresham Megan's the origin of Paul's religion. It was first published in nineteen twenty one and that was when it was copyrighted. And this edition. Looks like it's from nineteen twenty five and autographed. It says with warm regards. Day Gresham Megyn October. Six Nine thousand nine hundred twenty seven. He gave it to George Fisher and George Fisher. Meticulously underlined and put in margin notes throughout this whole book. Sometimes you find books with notes and they stop after the first chapter to these notes. Go all the way through. Well that's the particular book but let's talk about this book Paul's religion. This book originated in lectures. In fact. There's a page here at the beginning that says the James Sprint lectures in nineteen eleven Mr James Sprint of Wilmington North Carolina gave to the Trustees of union theological seminary in Virginia. The some of thirty thousand dollars since increased by his generosity to fifty thousand dollars and it goes on to say that the purpose of that money was to set up a lectureship and in nineteen twenty two twenty one the lectures the sprint lectures were given by the Reverend. Dr John Grissom the year before the lectures were given by G Campbell. Morgan from London. The Great London pastor and the year after making the lectures were given by none other than the honorable William Jennings Bryan the nineteen twenty one thousand nine hundred ninety two lectures just three years before Brian would get into that courtroom in Dayton Tennessee. Well let's talk about mentions sprint lectures. He gave it the title the origin of Paul's religion there were actually three views floating around testament scholarship of the origin of Christianity. You see these New Testament scholars. German English turn of the nineteenth into the twentieth century. Made a distinction between the Jesus of the Gospels and the religion of Paul and they saw Jesus as one who talked about behavior ethics and made religion essentially how we live. Paul's the great systematize her and turned all of those systems of behavior into belief codes that you had to believe. And so that was the argument there was the Jesus of the Gospels the religion of Paul. And so where did? Paul's religion come from while German scholar Adolf von Harnack argued. That Paul was not a foundation not building on a foundation of the Gospels but was his own sort of mix off of the gospels. Harnack did not like Paul. He didn't like John Either. He only liked this synoptic gospels and then not even all of them and he certainly didn't like things like the Apostles Creed Harnack said Paul Deified Christ and turned him into somebody that Christ never claimed to be. There was also the German scholar of Rada and he said that Paul founded the Christian religion on certain Jewish elements from the enter testament period. But certainly not from Jesus and then there was another scholar boo set. And he said Oh wasn't founded on Judaism at all. Paul founded his religion on the Greek Pagan religions. Well Megan did not agree with that at all. An in this very scholarly book which was about three hundred pages when it was done. Amazing wanted it to be five hundred pages but the publisher said No. That's too much But in this very scholarly book Mason makes the case that the origin of Paul's religion is from Jesus himself the very end. This is what made us Paulin. Ism was not a philosophy. It was not a set of directions for escape from the misery of the world was not an account of what had always been true on the contrary it was an account of something that had happened and what had happened was the death and resurrection of Jesus. Megan says this he loved me and gave himself for me. There lies the basis of the religion of Paul. There lies the basis of all of Christianity. Well that's Mason on Paul's religion and I'm Steven. Thanks for joining us for five minutes in Church history
Busy Padres trade Urias to Brewers for Grisham
"The breaking brewer news the trade is what made according to multiple sources the Milwaukee Brewers today have traded pitcher Zack Davies an outfielder Trent Grisham to the San Diego Padres in return they get a prospect who's an infielder second baseman Luis uraeus and left handed starting pitcher Eric Lauer so the brewers trades act Davies entering Grissom who was unfortunately outfielder who at the ball get by with that wild card game for a a prospect a second baseman's name is Louise theories who played a little bit for the Padres last year but didn't do well but again he has a huge upside and left handed pitcher starting pitcher Eric Lauer whose only twenty four years old has club control for like three or four years which is big with the
"grissom" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"Mr. Henry take a walk over there, some stevia. Okay, I'm here by myself. All right. This is young women there at western estates and you have a new sponsor. We do feel it's the Grissom, duckman. Hey, the Grissom duckman meat locker pork link sponsorships. When other words it's the. It's the Grissom, duckman beat locker gruesome duckman meat locker is sponsoring our pageant, which I think is wonderful because we have. Oh my God. We'll be able to take care of all of our, you know, all of our residents all of our guests. We're gonna have business people there. All of the beautiful costumes. Fashions wardrobe. We'll be purchased. We'll have sponsorship money it'll be great now gruesome duck that I'm sorry. I should write it down down. Yeah. Gruesome duck meat lockers, featuring this year and this year, only there do what they called her new streamlined park link. And we put that on a banner and the winner that is the young lady who's chosen to be miss Grissom duckman meat locker Portland streamline pork link. Did you cut that back because I don't want to cut it back. Okay, bobby. We're just suggesting you're, you're having a hard time saying, yes, it's very difficult. Well, it's very difficult. It seems like it's very difficult. It's here. I'll do it. Do it. Do it. Like you went into normal conversation. A hey the winner today. All right, the winner today, the defec-. Yes. See hold on the winner today of the Grissom duckman meat locker streamline Portland, Portland. I know that's the only problem. I'm having well what does she call? She told miss right? That's the winner of the Mid's Grissom duckman meat locker streamlined pork link contest. I guess. That's what it would be man. Okay. Yeah. Be Grissom duckman meat locker streamline Portland or miss all do it the winner of the miss Grissom, duckman. You know, you guys think you're all bag of links. But when I when I bring the streamline port link. Wink. I thought I told you to get lost to get out of the forest what happened. I don't know. I heard something as I'm generating Steve, duly, get frightened in the forest. Duly. Oh my God. Here. It's been back. What happened to him? He got humiliated. Now he's going back into the forest. Bobby? Yeah, go ahead be real reasonable. With me trying to talk me down for my justified anger. I apologize. Please forgive me. I believe what you've got there is a mouthful. If you don't mind me saying, I do mind, you saying that people have been making mouthful jokes all week. Jeez, Steve back from the forest back on the phone. You. Your boyfriend. What'd you say to me nothing? I'm sorry, I'm sorry. What did I tell you about hitting him? You know villages call this whole thing wash you buy, I'm only kidding Bobby duly. She said she was only kidding. I don't give a damn I'm done. I'm Dun, Dun, Dun, Dun jousting and fencing with those clowns good question is she then? Yes. She's done. I wanted them this. It's the falling the miss Grissom duckman meat locker streamlined pork link pageant. That's what it would be. Okay to hold on. Do it to name miss Grissom, duckman meat locker streamline pork. Pork pork Blinn. I know what I said, Robert to name miss Grissom, duckman stream fuck me. No, I'll do it miss to name miss Grissom duckman, meat locker, streamlined pork link of twenty eighteen that's exactly. You know can I just mentioned? I know what you're gonna say, Phil. Why don't they short? They don't pay the big dollars to shorten their message. So Phil Henry doesn't get the creeps. So Phil Emery doesn't get the creeps here. We're gonna streamline pork link. It doesn't give me the creeps so much as it sounds extremely cumbersome and eventually lame. You got a young lady up there. Fifteen sixteen years old. She's got on a banner that says, miss Grissom duckman meat locker streamlined pork link of night. What is it nineteen God damn of what? Twenty eighteen right? Yeah, yeah. Twenty teen I mean, that's inviting laughs, okay? I left once this whole darn bit Dafna stuttered much I left once to do Dr bit shut up. Everybody's balling today. Man. Everybody's crying. Well, thank you very much, folks. What are you doing? I'm getting out of this show. Ramos, what the hell is this hippie way back? Go ahead famous fill every show is executive produced by Phil Emery for reincorporated all rights reserved on podcast. One come. God.
The Cats in the Cats Movie Will Be the Size of Actual Cats
"Getting its own news topic. And that's cats the cat's movie wrapped filming and at cinema com today. They showed off some behind the scenes footage. People still don't know what the cats look like Jennifer Hudson came on stage and sang memory, which is incredible place, Grissom, Bella and I'm excited, but the funniest thing about the day was apparently nobody knows what the cats musical Broadway show is because people were shocked. They're like, oh, they're going to be like life. They're going to be like actual cat sizes. The set is an enlarged set with big couches and furniture and doorways, and they were stunned actually confused me. Like, wait, a second mine idiot. Do I not know how this works and then cats Twitter, and apparently exists roasted these movie reporters, and we're like fucking kidding me. You don't know how cats goes unit or the show cats? So it's really just normal like the Broadway show. It's big doorways. Furniture and oversized food to make the cats look like their actual size of cats. And they're just get a reuse the set on the muppet babies lug action movie, it's going to work out using the set from downsizing, please respect that movie. I'm afraid for this movie. If we're not seeing the cats the I am disappointed that they're going to be CGI. I will I will come out in amid that I I would prefer if they were dressed in the costumes like the Broadway musical because those rock in. I just feel like if they're not if you're not breaking off a little preview of what the cats look like right now, they're still tweaking the no maybe the
"grissom" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"But i realize you have a serious uphill battle and i have an attitude towards the i call up the demon crap party and missile grissom's not going to be very nice she's gonna lie about you she's gonna lie because that's all they can do is lie they don't have any integrity you know so so what i really want you to do don't be diplomatic with these people you gotta go for the jugular vein you gotta go for the throat you gotta take the gloves off you gotta get in a fistfight with this woman verbally point out take her words and just beer over the head and i think the only way you can change the mentality in the state and this is how the democrats have done it all along is you gotta get some major advertisement so my question how much advertisement and you gotta saturate and pete and repeat a message that's gonna freak the democrats out and make them think well i don't really want to vote for this woman so i just don't know what your strategy is going to be but i know one thing if you're gonna win you gotta give vicious 'cause these are hateful nasty people and i just want to point that out and ask you how you going to take the gloves off in and go for the jugular vein because i tell you what buddy i want you in there so bad i cannot stand the democratic party there a very evil they have very bad bad bad ideas everything that's wrong now they're all about the youth they're all about the youths joe thanks joe's passengers.
"grissom" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"Bobby go ahead so be real reasonable with me trying to talk me down from my justified anger by apologize please forgive me i believe what you've got there is a mouthful if you don't mind me saying i do mind you're saying that people have been making mouthful jokes all week jeez steve i'm back from the forest per back on the phone we'll you back your boyfriend what did you say to me nothing i'm sorry i'm sorry how about hitting him you know phillips just call this whole thing awash you buy i'm only kidding bobby duly she said she was only kidding i don't give a damn done i'm dun dun dun dun jousting and fencing with those clowns good question is she yes she's done i wanted this it's the falling the miss grissom duckman meat locker streamlined pork link pageant that's what it would be okay to hold on all do it to name miss grissom duckman meat locker streamline pork pork pork blink i know what i said robert to name miss grissom duckman stream fuck me i'll miss to name miss grissom duckman meat locker streamline pork link of two thousand eighteen that's exactly you know can i just mentioned i know what you're gonna say phil why don't they they don't pay the big dollars to shorten their message so phil hendrie doesn't get the creeps so phil emery doesn't get the creeps here we're gonna streamline port link it doesn't give me the creeps so much as it sounds extremely cumbersome and eventually lame you got a young lady up there fifteen sixteen years old she's got on a banner that says miss grissom duckman meat locker streamlined pork link of what is it nineteen god damn of what twenty eighteen right yeah two thousand eighteen.
"grissom" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"Yeah gruesome in meat lockers featuring this year and this year only there do what they called her new streamlined park link and we put it on a banner and the winner that is young lady who was chosen to be miss grissom duckman meat locker pork streamline pork link look did you cut that back because i don't want to cut it back ok bobby we're just suggesting you're you're having a hard time saying that it's very difficult well i'm the one twenty minutes very difficult it seems like it's very difficult it's here i'll do it do it do it like you wouldn't a normal conversation a hey the winner today the winner today the defec yes hold on the winner today of the grissom duck meat locker streamline portland you said portland i know that's the only problem i'm having well what does she call it she'd called miss right that's right the winner of the miss grissom duckman meat locker streamlined pork link contest i guess one of my that's what it would man okay yeah be grissom duckman meat locker streamline portland or this all do it the winner of the miss grissom duckman what are you guys think you're all this bag links but when i what i bring the streamline port link link wink i thought i told you to get lost to get out of the forest what happened heard something i'm generates steve duly would you get frightened in the forest what you pension there oh my god here it's been back what happened to him he got humiliated now he's going back into the forest.
"grissom" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"To what it will be her grissom now in that time would you carry on as you've done supporting every cambay mother rail unions to have more pay and indeed to have more staff working on the runway what what i will be doing is making sure that we've got a good industrial relations policy without trade union partners that's absolutely clear as night okay you've you've saved i'm not about every time the rally unions have gone on strike year mr mcdonald over they said yet we're with you well i am i am with the trade unions the issues of safety that they have raised a really really worry me and i don't want to be stunning the dispatch box ringing my hands thanking emergency services for that wonderful work because we've had another catastrophe on the railways when the tories get hold of the infrastructure we always end up in this position we all remember railtrack do we know it's people might say when labour gets holedinone indeed the railways were nationalized what led to is not a better system it went led to a system control more by the trade unions with higher pay which is not for these people work and if not too good for people travelling on it as well so it may well be that you'd some excesses of the private sector and just introduced new ones instead no i i don't think that's fair i think we mischaracterizing the natural people who work in the railway industry are incredibly committed to providing the best possible railways service that they can and i think instead of being war with the people who work in the rail rail industry we should be in palm shit with them to ensure that we deliver the best possible service and they want to commit to that but what's happening here is ideologically we've got a government who prefers to have battles and wars rather than sit round a negotiating table and resolve these very very real issues that it just for clarity advanced oracle accuracy defence gut by moldovan inflation or less when the railways renationalised well i think they probably went more by an inflow yerofeyev ira but if we could member through israel there was a remarkable achievement of people so so derided in abuse it but we have the.
"grissom" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"There were the there was scott carpenter there is uh you know john gland we know he's not with anymore there was a carpenter deeks layton gordon cooper de clayton uh that five right there uh oh all i only got four so far got slayton but he happened during off grissom guy own grissom was in mercury wasn't he because he was one alan shepard allen sheppard rightly mentioned him well at six or seven that's not too bad for a couple all guys has got to be boosted his one more last has got to be one more let's see who would have built in iran or was he was lately chirac that's it you got it up right 'cause wali was always with cronkite on the air during the mission's now of those seven we have to check to see who is alive if any awful yeah while i don't know grissom's gone shepherds gone no of any of them who are still alive under volley sharaa still alive the i would think that that would be the the the most possible on some of the group perhaps you don't want i'm going to put it in gugel yeah once you do that wall will ball were chatting to see who's who's alive i living mercury astronaut very go and i should have an answer in just a second the last one to die was john glenn i think right talent couple years ago oh okay no no uh according to fizzle org by december 2016 all over the original seven had passed away they've all test on all zeroes while indeed well you know they knew.
"grissom" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"Me news reports i mean i don't know of their in the library and thing too should be senate earth is a prison prison plan in a she says judi grissom has to these people legco that maynard has given everything did this town really you open you you run the general store that sometimes people go in thing is like if you're born into town and you live there your whole life never accomplish anything you could say shit like daca her so bitter got it i got i mean uh so yeah um after the local news wraps up all these people come in and they're like well here's like thirty the everyone will give them a thirty bucks total tops dude i was looking at the the proper placement with these bills people to throw in like singles in here and it's like here's that time i came in for it can is soup dollar and they're like writing their name in this ledger whatever and he just keeps reeling shake semi in my book in live deliciously here's put the dollar it by underwear okay gave me a dollar for that package of baloney i'm not gonna kill your family and your clear all right next who else wants to repent uh yeah so and then like the camera woman's oh my god this is really could some thirty dollars good star there is a vacuum amazing we stupid lion that happens right here because like all the town comes into pay their tabs and what not and you cut to this news womanhood she's on the phone and she's like we gotta get back their stories breaking down here no no no the producer of this new show is hanging of dead beats payback loan news that eleven.
"grissom" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"That that answered your question or not but um but i i hope it help all right thank you said that uh a using the gerson therapy just as a preventative luke i i am absolutely absolutely i do the juicing and uh i do the car of coffee ended with several i'm so weak and i've i've gone vegetarian for several years now and uh it's made a tremendous difference in my house i i've cut way back on my shoulder uh and uh you know sugars in so many things it's it's almost impossible to eliminated entirely unfortunately but y'all i've made a tremendous difference and i i must tell you richard eyre it's difficult uh my husband and i were at a christmas party earlier this evening it's a little difficult because it's like um there isn't anything we can eat here wasn't lights worse time beauty started dieting where to try and watch yet it's just limoges uh that tray of crude occasion hidden in the corner you tough is tough to be sure keith is east of the rockies in arnold missouri or as my uh my late uncle north the same missouri mazuera keith welcome well uh nice to see you guys on the radio on i was just mentioning uh to your answering service lady that uh grissom was poison everybody suspects by businesses white inch she disappeared and uh to compare that to a what a don in the mafia somebody goes out incessant h him in what he have the vote watch you pay for sagay killer be sitting there he's alive that's that's one thing but this guy who's got a cure a possible cure for cancer they don't want him around and they certainly don't want her round after she does the job them so she's she's gone she was eliminated long time ago yeah that's that makes sense that would be the pattern right yet yoyou oswald is the patsy and then you send in ruby to to uh to clean up the uh the loose ends right and migratory third probably in some form a surgical major pharmaceutical police in their lab in the back where they have the stuff that they're keeping but they're not working on right now is a.
"grissom" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"1980s grissom starred with feldman and the late korey uh is it heym corinne in two films licensed to drive and dream a little dream so the says that uh that was him it's the first of many he'd been molested by a lot of folks so this is going to get interesting folks and a whole new theme of who's going to grissom do i know this game i don't even recognize him i'm looking at an i have no idea this is any way well this is spelling a j o h n and they got into the article is j o in so i don't know but anyway the feldman launched camping last month the finance a documentary that would expose the alleged pedophile those in hollywood and he seeking ten million dollars dealers the fund the film and paper attorneys and security for his own protection that's am feldman said on the show as the host held up a photo of grissom on his phone that's the guy this guy on his mice space page and his figure who has a mice base beijing more and his facebook page has victor of me and pori heym he says he's built on that and forms it hm wtma center the chief had burmese for fire department announcing he's retiring rick white 62 retiring after a fouryear career bright white was arrested on dui charges in october the 17th and columbia is due in court in a few weeks on that charge no word if.
"grissom" Discussed on WLAC
"You know fine people you know kids maybe b i am a gift and that's when things get really ofo and grissom as you can imagine early are so they'd cut amata kids who say yeah yeah it was an actually we've we've talked about this you know where schools are trying to even quit attacking tag around kids to say you know are they in their for attendance perp it doing ensure kids are safe but you know anybody who really wants to take a child and has a device like that could throw everybody off track because you take the device thursday imbedded ship out put it where the person is supposed to be or near where the person is supposed to be andy miles away or hours before anyone would ever respect new you can put it in a the animal and let them let them loose i hadn't thought about that but that's true it's possible but yeah i really i mean it's so it really as a security divi these chip are just simply a bad bad idea interesting take how many companies are menu factory these chips well it's hard to say they're not out there going making chips that are privacyinvading i'm going to be made in china we you know i'm sure there are some meat in china i've heard there some made in india you know the chip market is mostly right now four animals adding human like for catalan for dog and cat so you know they're made their made many places by many different manufacturers although it's the same principle i mean when a guy from the olympia has association said why don't we just you know it we're doglovers we're prepared to trip are dog why don't we just chip people i mean bad basically the same kip i mean it's an insensitive comment but he right i mean it's kind of the same thing ukip kadaga kippa person kind of the same ship so yeah they're made their made lots of different play all right let's go to the phones now as we begin and i'm gonna ask everybody the quick question about the chip and then they'll have a question for you lose let us pick it up by going to john in california west of the rockies john would you get shipped no i would not could you would not or.
"grissom" Discussed on NFL Live
"Like dallas now come out and make individual decisions where do you see old this going dance i'm not sure you know i'm not i'm not sure you know where it's you know where it's going to end up in you know what's going to solve the uh the issue because now it it's got it's gotten so big item more i think no one really even realize this you know where it even started you know it was it was supposed to be a positive positive silent protests of uh i'm a couple of issues that players so you know really strong about but now it's grown into something different you know it's uh it's it's grown into uh the military being offended you know to the uh you know to the players not being understood you know to to fans uh you know filling disrespected by it so i'm not sure i'm not sure right now with the climate that were in with the protests that anything positive it's gonna come out of this so and in my opinion and i will players opinion last week having a team meeting we thought just didn't back to standing put in anthem you know and and not upsetting our fans are the military and um where just getting back to having a normal sunday that we can still make change but not with the anthem protests but what our voices he you know so that's that's that's that's our team school you know to go out in a community and make real change by by um and are using our words and use when you know actually actions that to make change that's moving to a bunch of teams in some of them has told me that when they had some of these meetings night before the game whenever it may be net they turned into town hall village meetings almost like we're grissom strong passion feelings from a number of people absolutely you could take me inside the room when you had your team meeting without compromising anything what was that like what stood out to you about.
"grissom" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Use her title and role to help children not sell books grissom said adding there is clearly no substance to this statement from an ax this is unfortunately only attentionseeking and selfserving noise now i gotta say if you've ever wondered like hey does malanje have the same heat and fire as her husband when it comes down to smashing down one of her detractors well certainly sounds like it she's she's jumped she she had or communications director jump right in the fray and just drop a hammer on evonne on trump you get the drive to hammer when they could use to fly swat are there was no need for that look at icy kind she trashed yvonne his book in a way very back handedly there ivana wrote a book about raising her three children who by the they were raised very very well you never heard anything about this kids grow who grew up with privilege in new york city you never heard like any paris hilton type stuff he never heard about them do in drugs you never heard about them were colluding with rations or colluding with russia's are being balanced from nightclubs our email few can on park avenue or anything along those lines you never heard anything about those kids so whether malania lakes or doesn't like vonleh and i don't know what goes on behind the scenes publicly you gotta give her credit for raising three really exceptional children well i mean she raised ivanka let's not get crazy here atlantic i think donald junior and eric they'll are also i mean they donald m n yvonna now that her husband and wife phenomenal children so p and i think a lot of people that hatchet research grade kids when you when there could have been when there was just so much room for them to have been screwups and so she's writing a book about it now and it sounds like it sounds like the president now that in president donald trump was like very reliant on his his wives in this case to raise their respective children and of on it did it did a good job done junior and eric and ivanka all raised now to be and by the way like.
"grissom" Discussed on Countdown
"And while grissom could dance his capsule about in multiple axes it was slow going the kind of thing he'd been set up here to learn in the first place and the kind of thing he'd report when he got home so that future capsules could have the necessary improvements built in grissom soon released the thruster handle and then allowed the onboard computer to take control its job now was to turn the capsule around and position it so that it's blunt bottom protected by chilled faced forward preparing for the flaming plunged that was ahead we may remember the big events in history in science but it's the smallest moments can have the biggest impact there's so much to be learned from these details and you can do that by watching the great courses plus learn about anything from awardwinning experts get unlimited access to stream or download over eight thousand engaging video lectures learn about the greatest explorations inventions that changed the world even had a cook or take better photos with a great courses plus it's like sitting in on the most fascinating college courses anytime you want from wherever you are this is lifelong learning at its best the great courses plus has a course that everyone should watch now inexplicable universe dr neil degrasse tyson's dives into the heart of some of sciences greatest mysteries including black holes extraterrestrial life and multiple universes sign up for the great courses plus today to start watching as a listener to count down you will get a full month of unlimited access to all of their video lectures for free but you must go to our special url the great courses plus dot com slash countdown.
"grissom" Discussed on Countdown
"Gus grissom tried not to give much thought to the fact that the rocket he was writing to space was built to kill people actually most people at nasa tried not to give that fact much thought the rocket didn't have a killers appearance it was a sleek white stock of a thing barely eighty five feet tall which was a much has rockets go and it didn't have a killers name it was called a stone pour on days like today when an american astronaut was aboard it was a mercury redstone since the pilot grissom in this case was riding in a mercury spacecraft perched on top of that made it a lot easier to forget that the rock at once looked a lot different a squatter fatter machine painted in an alternating pattern of black and white and it went by a different name to it was called of v to the v stood for vengeance in case the message was missed and 1500 of them were launch from the spit of land known as pain among the in northeastern germany in 1944 and 1945 most of the twos landed in london and the southeast region of england killing some seven thousand people bet did nothing to change the outcome of world war two for collapsing germany but it did inflict a lot of terror and suffering on great britain before the war's end.
"grissom" Discussed on Countdown
"In the closed cockpit of the spacecraft the smell of this sandwich was overpowering and although it didn't taste bad it released a small starburst of floating crumbs the minute grissom bid into it so he wrapped it back up and put it away when the two men came home the nasa administrators who expected mildness behavior from their astronauts had a good laugh over the prank the administrators who fretted over even the tiniest deviation from protocol scowled reminding future cruise that amir breadcrumb could snag in a switch or foul linda filter and thus causing cascade of problems that could lead to disaster the second time grissom sneak forbidden food inside a cockpit was more than a year and a half later on january twenty second 1960 seven that time the spacecraft was actually a simulator a functional mockup of the 3man apollo command module and that time the food was a lemon grissom and his crewmates ed white and roger chaffee had been spending a lot of time in the simulator lately and just as much time in their actual spacecraft the apollo one shift that was already mounted atop at saturn one b booster in preparation for the crews february fourteen launch now we have about a three or four minute film understand abdullah prelinary foia adds up putting the inner hatch on now known an outer hatch goes on hata here they are getting ready to drop its in the water whether a ship bore a mere simulator the apollo had so far impress most people at nasa as nothing short of a jalopy.
"grissom" Discussed on Liftoff
"On get this every class of nasa manned orbital space craft of the 20th century that's record incredible mercury gemena apollo and the space shuttle the only one of these who didn't fly on those is gus grissom because he was killed in the apollo one pad fire but uh everyone else made it two at at the very least a you know that those those early missions and of course always through the space shuttle john glenn who flew in the space shuttle of course uh was actually the last survivor of the class and died last year as we mentioned on the show when he passed um nasser's regional plan was to cast a wider net when naming astronauts there was a whole a funny seen in the right stuff where they're like uh we could get acrobats we could get long distance runners and prison eisenhower said no why don't we just get test pilots why don't we get people from the military and with test pilot backgrounds they're gonna understand 'aeronautics they're going to understand what's going on in the craft that are going to be developed a day on they understand the risks they are the right people to do this they have the right stuff if you will so um among the requirements for being a member of the mercury seven you couldn't be taller than one hundred eighty centimetres that's five eleven which means that i qualify barely by height but they also couldn't way more than one hundred eighty pounds i would have to go on a little bit of a diet to get under the '80s you kilogram the basically the capsule was very small and so your hack today i uh i i would not qualify now because of my age but of course my asian nineteen 58 with not be a problem i didn't exist 'cause you had to be under forty you had to have heavy bachelor's degree or equivalent and here's that key test pilot thing 1500 hours of flying time and qualification to fly jet aircraft even though of course there were essentially almost no controls on the mercury capsule this was a way for them to say this is these are the people we want we want people understand this sort of thing stephen do you qualify to be an astronaut.