17 Burst results for "Guildford"

"guildford" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"guildford" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"From south Brunswick is safe and sound thanks to a neighbor who got up off the couch to help on the time of need eternal of Archie who has autism and is non verbal ran after his father's car when his dad left for a trip to the store on Wednesday night cops you south Brunswick's Nick soul alert system used to send out town notices to spread the word about this missing child Faysal Sayed said that he was watching the democratic debate when he saw the alert on his phone he grabbed his flashlight you took a walk he spotted eaten anything give me a big hug when he called his name say it has kids of his own and he says getting up and leaving the house for a short walk didn't seem like such a big deal police say it's the outcome they were hoping for say and says that everyone should sign on to these local Nixle town alerts and pay attention to the notices when they pop up on the phones I gotta be honest until you mention that I've never heard of Nick's old town over some of a have not near me that a universal thing yeah we have this is sometimes a thing called and red alerts or something like that but if you go to like the the website for your town you can put a little you know a phone number there and you can you can get these little it's everything from like snow storms are coming into a water main broke in the middle of town say what do you don't don't try and partner shoprite the water main broke those kind of things so they're helpful but in this case the police used to spread the word about a very serious thing with a happy outcome I'll have to look into that for my town today haven't Podunk Connecticut I want out near Guildford will look that up to nine eleven W. CBS news time I am loving the only dual camera system with ultra wide on iPhone eleven you know what I love sprinter and that you can get the amazing iPhone eleven for zero dollars a month when you trade in your.

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"guildford" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"guildford" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"I don't know why maybe he owns a place there because it's right next. Lax He probably has good taste in in vehicles. Is that him. Yeah he does drugs. Yeah man that is someone who does real drugs. Drugs person is drugs. And that's a mumble rapper. You know what I swear to God. The last time I was here. We're talking about Wilpon pump really because I have yet because now it's coming back to me. He looks like the Smart Gremlin. Oh yes we did talk about that last night. That's so weird that's really it's cyclical but he hasn't phantom so he's good taste there's There's Oh yeah. Plead that upset It's weird when celebrities like that just appear in places you don't expect them to. I was sitting on the porch and Malibu. Yesterday are two days ago and Ray liotta cruises by. Yeah looking like an old ray. Liotta and you don't want to bother bug radio to put like Tam. I want to so bad but it just like you know. They are having a sandwich and Henry Hill just cruising yacht to say when he was a bath though like every character played like like open to conversation. Look like if I went up to him he would hit me over the head with his. Like marine layer shopping a- spike just spike was there. It was like the only time I've ever said anything to someone was shack. I was walking my house just like he was dressed up like a cop. Because it's a psych. Yeah Yeah I was at a party like El Segundo at the hotel and he was like walking by and his copy uniform any like fourteen bodyguards All little dudes at New Karate and Bruce Lee Society. I was like everyone. It's the guy from Kazam. Oh man didn't work out now he will send the Ninjas on you know he just he just pointed at me and gave me this fake. Like I'd kill you would show you wouldn't. Shock has a Ninja militia. Yeah with actually smaller residuals next to him. Six seven all five seven Ninja Militia Ninja militia Yeah kind of is a cop. Isn't he lives something or other kind of cop. Oh Yeah So I got to tell you about these cars zaken. I drove yesterday. We went up to pule. -Ten Soup Andersen's Oh men forty miles past advertise that for boys. He's always said No. I mean there before. Those gross predicted that. It's in a spot where there's way better places to eat there. Yeah fourteen better places right in. The heart of one of those places bought a billboard every hundred miles now even on a highway that you're not on the five inch. Hey piece Uber's isn't that far. It's like wait. Isn't that like West fifty miles out of the way? Yeah but but have you tried this soup? They put Bacon. It never had in the forties. It was amazing. Exactly Coolant also in the thirties. It was just like we're a restaurant that's still open and everyone's like Oh my God no. We went to this place. Guildford racing up there that builds these bat shit minis like us and so they have. Yeah I saw the picture that they had a variety of little nutty minis but that little of that read one in the back of that picture there. That's the one. So Zach Zach had a go in a mini that had a Honda CR V. Powertrains SWAP ALL WHEEL DRIVE ALL WHEEL. Drive all wheel drive. Beat hundred horsepower. Kind of NEAT. Yeah Two hundred. Twenty four cage had good way like what eighteen hundred pounds two thousand? I think with like yeah and then so he drove that and it was pretty cool and then I drove this while while which is look. It's IT looks pretty stock. But it's red will but it's read. The book. Genius has got kind of a wide wheels and wide fender flares. On Him as our knowledge. I've no it's rear wheel drive rear engine rear. Drive.

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"guildford" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"guildford" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Studio criterion criterion correct franchise leader Goes Games in Gothenburg is set to become EA Gothenburg once again pending Swedish Union approval. Then the the studio will refocus itself as an engineering hub supporting development across EA's portfolio ea told Game Street up. Is that quote the engineering expertise in our Gothenburg team. Some of whom are architects of the frostbite. Engine is vital to a number of our ongoing projects and they would remain in that location and quote as for the ghost games creative team as looking to the transfer many of the staff to positions at criterion and other places within the wider organization however thirty rules remain at risk outside of the engineers and those that we plan plan to transfer to other positions. There will be thirty additional staff in Gothenburg and we hope we would hope to place as many of them as possible into other real into other roles in the company. EA tells us those games has been the franchise home for need for speed for the last four games in the series. Twenty thirteen's need for speed rivals. The Twenty fifteen reboot 2017 need for speed payback in last ears need for speed he however ea says it struggled to attract the right talent to Gothenburg to work on the series by contrast criterion is based in Guildford. which is one one of the U. K. 's biggest game development hubs criterion is known for creating the burnout series video games and had previously developed to speed titles twenty ten need for speed hot pursuit in twenty twenty twelve's need for speed most wanted over twenty thirteen th the CEO downsized with many employees moving to ghost games a UK? Ghost Games team currently exists within criterion offices at the time criterion was to begin working on new projects including cancelled extreme sports game which I remember. I remember seeing the trailer for that game. It'd be like this looks interesting. Yeah in Ethiopia but it was like it was definitely one of the things where it was very early you can tell and was very conceptual but the idea of it scenes means fascinating to the story following the departure of studio founders. Alex Ward and Fiona Sperry in twenty fourteen criterion has spent the last five years supporting. EA DICE on star hours battlefront with its VR mission about two and battlefield five during that time the studio has also collected three games. Games industry is best places to work to work award. Award wins with strong history and passion for Racing Games in Rio and vision for what we can create. The criterion team is going to take speed into the next generation..

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"guildford" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

12:23 min | 1 year ago

"guildford" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Me that day in nineteen fifty one another very very famous event was in the process and that was his mother and his father dating and won a Dodger fan and won a giants fan Martin is calling from Guildford Martin see them sitting at a nice night and nice to have my family and cold next apart by reading a book at about nine o'clock at figure turn the radio on a semi electronic friend Steve is up to the nice lesson what he's saying about called three Carlos and Brody just lies again and what is he doing he's once again hammering my Dodgers criticizing them forgiving with thirteen games lead playing Russ Hodges is called the forty fourth time this month I'm sure he'd be a relentless critic break my leg and and and by the way when Bobby Thomson what a hit is most historic home run who was in the on deck circle Hey say it will remain that's right and a note on that don Newcombe was taken out of the game yeah I'm fairly certain a leader sure as it turns out nobody liked was were writing him the entire game and as the as new come walks to the dugout has single rose for the gentleman who then you mentioned about twenty minutes ago and the Penn shared third base stood between Neukom and Arocha makes a new car and and send them into stand island to clean hard telling a wee and see the the whole if you had a four to one lead Martin negative seven years old but I know all about you four to one Martin is to this day with Hollywood and is Dodgers but a guy does a cold back to when they were here bottom line is that the Dodgers blow a third to family you don't want to talk about Bobby Thompson stealing a sign as it that guaranteed he was going to hit it into the lower level of the Polo Grounds in New York City and the bottom line is it odd years in that third game of the playoffs that would send that winner to the World Series of core is the bottom line is it odd Jews had themselves a four one lead and there was no reason for the great and hall of Famer who should be Gil Hodges holding on album dark in the bottom of the ninth inning when you're down by a couple runs Whitey Lachman were Hodges should've been playing off the bank one of the lucky one he drives one into right field and here comes out of a dark around the bottom line and would eventually he would score why do you like when I think a droll don Mueller over to third base breaks his ankle sliding into third say plan hard John was of the guy who replaced him as a pinch runner and scored on the Bobby Thomson home run with number twenty four Willie Mays and the on deck circle Orlando calling from middle village Orlando I don't see okay Orlando how are you the first time calling so we be patient and it won't be an a won't be your last that's for sure I hope not anyway why why can be stripped the John Grisham from them since they were cheating why would you do that right they are they might have been cheating either we know of for every guy on the team for all of those games was using the system that was in place and not all the games were at home anyway and even if you'll know Orlando what's coming at doesn't mean you're going to get a base set with a runner in scoring position with two adults but then yo S. back to no ability to this so if you cheat best that the consequences that you got it well sure well of course if you tell the truth about things is probably we can forgive and forget a little bit better if you're a lawyer about it and Carlos Beltran got off to a live with Joel Sherman well I'm new you know listen all I did was study we are now you know tendencies in sweats and a with the nerve with the numbers that I had and looking a little at that some video of a picture to see if I can pick up some stuff you know I mean he was like a lying about it to be to begin with might have been the ringleader of everything going on as I mentioned earlier kind of like with tongue in cheek is that I wouldn't be surprised if we hear down the road that the Houston sanitation department has made Carlos Beltran and an honorary member rich is calling from Jim Thorpe Pennsylvania was he an athlete that ever cheated probably here tonight you're going to find something or not okay yes yes it is sure all the sudden phone when did he know what pitch the scope and makes me think about that now well I think Branca claims that that that Bobby Thompson knew what pitch was coming over here this will only say this I was almost a former high school teacher nice to teach a Salem witch trials and the color of the trials where no supper start of communists and all sudden failed everybody was a witch and all the sudden and McCarthy trial that by the government was a communist this this is a stupid yeah see here sure first of all it is the commissioner think this is just going to be I'm gonna make my staying on the finest chain letter keys to manager GM now and why should they'll turn on the bus I don't know it was going to stop there it's not going to stop there it's going to be worse now because of what's happening what happened today with the Mets if you're in a one on one as well well here is the is the you you might be right and I hope you're not really because what we have in those trash cans now is reputations crashed soiled dirty aid and you're talking jobs you're talking reputations you're talking legacies you're talking trash that's what has happened to at least these three managers and we have a general manager and the owners you know I mean no the the gym crane what a phony what a fraud he is the owner of the the Houston Astros as if he didn't know what was happening any gets a slap on the wrist because of Jim crane in the other owners kind of control Manford so the bottom up five million dollars I mean that's all you can find I mean that's rule and regulation however I mean five million that's pocket change for these guys end of losing a couple of draft choices and number one from twenty twenty and the number two from twenty twenty one that's a big deal please the bottom line is I mean they have the the I'm the owner here is gotten off lucky of course Jim Cramer and goes on T. V. to fire the GM and his manager well I Entertainment Tonight Hey look at there's a public hanging I'm I'm surprise he'd they didn't do that or try to do that by will it but I'm just saying up on television yet fire ism Sonny is calling from a Massapequa sunnier on a fan New York City what's happening Hey are you doing Steve hope you all like the professor of New York sports that's right don't you forget it also a psychologist so tell me like crazy if Bob thinking that may be the match might like to go Bobby Bonilla to be the next coach their own why not is already on the that's right you like that and I I think what he you would like is for him to show you the Bronx yeah one other thing is Kreider under your grades of also a met fan and a Regis and is there any truth to that you've done I've heard that it did Colorado's been trying to trade for Kreider well a lot of times would like a my hope the Rangers don't have right now it's too too by the way it was two to one but the ice landers of tattered up such to to well lighted teams would love Kreider but I hope the Rangers don't Deylaman all we'll find out in February thanks for the call thank you for the call land the professor already it's human behavior human nature you know what it is it's common sense that's what I like to think I can do okay Carter and I do proved many times that common sense is not so common with me hi John is calling from Astoria John you're on the fence and here at city what's going on sure jun sure I got it I will talk to my father he told me about a week ago yes well trained don he was right I gotta tell you how good you have a guy like that is it in there in the whole world for he's involved with everything you remember all that is the only pull their names if you're ever made the team as for going to win a division over her when baseball games almost down correct well I'm thinking the Mets probably wanted Carlos Beltran and to begin with to do for the manse what he was doing in Houston all call mark would you what would you consider that out of the realm of possibility you think they know about that yeah the wall bars are yep yeah part of the conversation you ages John if you were not probably back in October November the bottom right corner okay you know you you know you you you do both of you know the the bush listen to your body you know all of me I think you're from Astoria queens and don't you forget it and that's were WFAN used to be here's what I was going to say don't go anywhere let me finish my thought with you as soon as I can recall that it no here's the thing all part and no idea about I think they knew exactly what was going on and for that and the here's the long route let me say what I was going to say back in October and November and maybe with you hauling we were talking about what was being rolled her eyes and talked about and written about and the rumblings were loud and clear that Houston was cheating so is this was we were all talking about on this radio station maybe you want and I were talking about it then too here's the thing for the Mets Moonglow hard well in our school baseball yeah my job was on the bench Hey get a read on this catcher right there's like a base I mean I well I wouldn't start well well yeah but the well why we have to take a break and then maybe we could print but I mean for them that's not to have known what everybody else and all of us were talking about even maybe and I'm the last day you're about anything our production pieces with the signs and the banging of of what the knock three times all of that was stranded in October and November we were talking about and problem we were talking about it with John from Astoria queens how good the Mads not know what was going on with Houston and bold Tran who they were about to hire one eight seven seven three three seven sex sex sex sex no we're gonna bandy legs hi it's Jamie progresses employee of the.

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"guildford" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"guildford" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"So beautiful sound of one hand. Clapping Booth Mike. Childhood is flashing before my eyes in three days. This is a thrill. Gentlemen thank you so much for coming here. You'RE A my pleasure. Having you do strict for us again. This breakout link Rick is yeah we said been with me for quite some time now and It's been a great run Riggan. Thank you thanks memory shaded. Your replacement will be here on Monday sitting next to me. Aw thank you sir. Thank you raise. This was a real thrill and Dan Gilbert Gottfried McGee book Guttridge Amazing Colossal options. nope that's not it. I'm that's fucking. Oh I got title wrong. Yes I Gilbert guy you have a few minutes get high get feel better about myself. Ah Dry again. We're going to leave it in Guildford Godfrey G I got that right and inches. Gilbert Godfrey Amazing Colossal podcast with my co host Frank Santo Padre and. We've we've been talking to the man Roommates Steve Nick's and Steve Nick's Har they can log INS say. Hello Steve Nick's Lupe Stevie how you doing. Thanks gents right. We'll kick thank you home for the holidays and leave Miss Teaching here Eh. Journal in McLean..

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"guildford" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

09:02 min | 1 year ago

"guildford" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Ramsey show giving things that they should live like no one else so that later you can live in Guildford like no one else or taking your calls and your stories about giving and or receiving one of our own Ramsay team members either on a cut in with us about five and a half years she's a project manager in our live events team our rooms events team so if you've ever been to one of our venture fishing some of her work joins us on the debt free stage quite a year kiddo he had quite a year so my story is a a little bit of the nontraditional giving receiving story and I've been on both ends of it in September of twenty eighteen my husband and I and expectantly lost her oldest daughter makayla at the age of five which was obviously incredibly difficult but one of the beautiful things that came out of that is that we were able to give her heart liver and kidneys to four different people I always knew that I wanted to communicate with those families but the Tennessee donor services always told us you know a lot of times recipient families are free to communicate with donor families because they're afraid it's going to increase their pain but I went ahead and wrote a letter to each of the recipients families about a month after makayla died and the process for writing a letter is pretty interesting because you can't say where you live where you work what's your last name is you can mention god there's just a lot to be license respect people's privacy and anonymity and and not offend them and then you send off your letter to Tennessee donor services they set off to the state the contact the recipient similar to the recipient so it takes months so my prayer this whole time was just I just wanted to hear from one person I just want to hear back from one and in April this past year I received a letter from the family of a little girl who receive McHale's liver her name is Emma and receiving that letter was just incredibly a huge gift in our lives I had a name that we could pray for we've been praying for these recipients I had a name add a photo I could put on a refrigerator tell my other girls about this just a huge gift I knew I wanted to write a letter back but I kept sitting down to writing and I just couldn't figure out what to write back because I feel like I said everything I was allowed to say so I went into Google and put it in Lauren which is the name of Emma's mom to learn in the liver and up the first thing that popped up was the story a new story that said somebody's baby had to die so that mind could live and it was her it was definitely heard the whole story was her I watch this video obviously sobbing and just saw that this is an amazing family so I clicked on the Facebook link that was in there which connected me to her mom's Facebook page and they are I kid you not we had a mutual friend is a girl I went to college with a went to a sixteen hundred percent college so I messaged her and said Hey you may not want to get into the middle of this but I'd really just love to let the family know that a family in Tennessee is praying for them she wrote me back within a minute and said call me and it turns out that she literally grew up in a small town in North Carolina with this girl and her family so they've they've known each other their whole lives we started texting in June and then in October I got my husband and I and our kids got the opportunity to meet Emma into hold Emma and to see her play and I thought I thought it was going to be so painful and so difficult and so hard it was so joyful it was so life giving and I just am really grateful we got to learn more about their story there a family who totally understand sacrifice and love and family the data state trooper mom is a special ed teacher just a really really wonderful a group of people and it was just so much fun to watch my girls interact with their girls and yeah so that's that's my giving story little nontraditional but it's been a it's been a a beautiful year I can't believe you can just stand up and tell the outback I've heard it five times and I cried on my and unbelievable it's been a is for the last eighteen months have been a wild ride for you guys in your family absolutely so you got a lot of family here the leisure sound good stuff but wow there's nothing like getting to it part part of part of the I guess part of the payoff of generosity is watching the other person receive it has in that case this was turned into joy instead of paying yeah and the thing I just like to say is we I know that a lot of times I say recipients don't reply back as if things can increase people's pain and this is only my story and I can only speak for my story but it didn't decrease my pain but it provided joy in the midst of pain and one of my biggest fears makayla died was that she would be forgotten and this is a real true tangible way that her story lives on and she's gonna be and these people's lives in impact a lot of people's lives and so in that way her story won't be forgotten and like the last caller you're like people who believe in coincidences are crazy that it is not coincidence it's god like god had so much of a hand and all this and the last little brief part of the story I'll tell us that we found out we met them on Tuesday September twenty fifth imho went in for a regular appointments and her just numbers to drop so much they said she's gonna have to stay here till she gets a liver and on Wednesday September twenty six is on the cable was declared legally dead and so I fully believe that god has his hand and Turk the ash is it was a tragedy makayla stuff and turn into something really beautiful a man the man well either thank you from the courage to share that story because it inspires other people organ donations a big deal it matters and I am thank you we love you thank you merry Christmas yet merry Christmas to you too open phones a sour as we take your giving stories something about the fact the giving Kashish something is part of the it's part it is part of what brings the joy from generosity is an it doesn't cost you anything it's you know it's it's and it's shot rich for you now obviously in her situation it was the the cost was on terrible unbelievable so wow it's a giving show today our last live broadcast of the year we will have best of up until January the sixth from this point forward and we always close out the last Friday before Christmas for the last broadcast before Christmas with giving show and we're taking your calls giving stories triple eight eight two five five two two five Kelly is in Florida hi Kelly my Christmas tell me giving story hi Dave I'm calling to share about and we were actually the recipient and this was about eleven years ago our family felt really convinced that we were called to grow via adoption and and he we we are felt called to a little one and we have three kids at the time and I'll be honest we did not have an envelope with enough adoption money in it and we weren't quite sure how it was all going to work out that we knew we would make the sacrifices and hence the penny and we are trying our bad and yet it was a number that we weren't quite sure how we would reach financially and Christmas about eleven years ago actually I had been trying to make extra money and there was a a bizarre like a Christmas desire at my kids school and I ran around town and I grabbed all these little things to style and you had to give a percentage of the school and then the rest is going to go to our doctor can find and we made thirty dollars so I thought this is never going to but anyway couple days later Christmas Eve a knock comes at our door we answer the door if the teenage girl we down now he hands her the box and she ran across and hop in our car and drives away we look at the box and it said to the wild family that that open December twenty fifth so Christmas morning the kids all gather around everybody's curious as to what's in the box we opened the box and there's a money order.

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"guildford" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"guildford" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"It does make sense such even in America just thinking about it. Now, you know in the south where it's very hot in the, you know, you kind of sop to spoil your mouth down in order to get relaxed lazy? And then, you know, the the further north you go, the colder. Suddenly gets into that territory with your. Freezing snow fog oh country. Where did you grow up? I grew up in mountain pot, which is south west London. My family is still near that quite NATO weather when and tennis stadium is. And. Yeah. So that was. And did you go to drama school? I didn't actually I I finished school. I was always very young for any year group. So I did not I I was of a theater company from about fifteen to nineteen that was cooled the national youth music theatre. And it was an extraordinary company, and they did a a sort of workshop production at my school. And I was really lucky that they did. Because I genuinely didn't think I would probably have gone into this profession how they know because it was one of the first times also picked out of anything, really. And and I think that you don't really forget that if you'll sort of singled out, I because, you know, it's it's it's, you know, I think every child grows up thinking, you know, you read if you especially if you want a reader of getting back to fantasy or something you think you're going to be that special. Frodo all Harry, or whatever it is. And and I think so so on that first experience of being kicked out. I is something that sticks with you. And and it certainly did for me, and I will just for the for the big company and did that every summer for the next five years, I devoted myself to ready to that company and. What was the question? And I didn't I sort of finish school. And I was quite young, you know, compared to everybody else. And so I I took a couple of years to not happen this newspaper. Physical paper newspaper, and they called the stage which was for many years, and no actors would find opportunities to additional things if you didn't have agents etcetera, and and I joined the back of a three hour cue for something and ended up hosting a kids TV show, I'm recording and recording a jazz album singing with a big band with Simon fuller, the music producer, and it all kind of ended up not really working out quite how thought it would. But I was nineteen. So what does it matter? And then I decided I wanted to go to college and study literature, which I did, and I studied drama, you know, as well, but letting the history of John Munro than actual acting. But I just direct the law of plays and ready feel I felt that Ida had those couple of years to find myself a little bit of find my groove at anyway, my confidence because I was. Always the youngest person in the room. And and I think that was that was good for me. So didn't end up going to drama school. It's Dido dish in for some drama schools, and I had some scholarships to go. But in the end sort of just decided I wanted something a bit more solid. My parents were the most extraordinarily supportive human beings on the planet. And I'm sure that every guess you've ever had on the show probably said something similar help. Or maybe the exact opposite. I. We get some good ones. But they would that keen on the idea of you know, they had no barometer for what somebody going into acting was no one my ever done anything since his nobody who goes the kind of, you know, British public school all boy school that I went to who could he does that kind of thing. So I mean, I basically I had one careers meeting ever. And I said I was thinking about going to physically laughed at me made me a pump that about being embarrassed, which they thought was the closest thing. And but I did I did audition for pajama schools. I actually got mugged. I went way interro on your way out halfway through. Yes, they did a full day audition for this school could Guildford school of acting wishes and. For musical theatre. It's one of the it's sort of the British. Julia. It's a really wonderful place to go..

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"guildford" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"guildford" Discussed on WLOB

"Ninety five and the area surrounded by school children from junior school in guildford on the original pagodas bridge as he attend ceremony in the school children respect them in love they understand this but what happened on the day three hundred thousand allied troops in front line support roles launched a counter invasion of france combined sea land and air assault on june sixth nineteen forty four seventy four years today now many of you know a little bit about this but unfortunately most of the immigrants know nothing about it nor do they care and this is what we mean by immigration and how important it is to select your immigrants at how when you have open borders and you permit people into your country who have no shared language no shared culture no shared history what you wind up with is a nation divided which cannot stand now you understand what i mean by borders language and culture as the key defining elements of any nation this operation prevented german armour being rushed to the front to repel the landings and remained one of the most immagination capturing battles of the war that would be the battle behind the battle when british paratroopers made precision landings behind enemy lines at locations including the basketball you'll bridge over the cayenne canal which became known as the gases bridget's minor point for those of you don't care about this stuff here is a woman ninety six years old in the pictures vera hey was a nursing sister hardy hardy brits the kind that i always admired look what they become now at a friend that just came back from london english himself he was almost shaken by what he had seen the berkers the berkers in the breezes of london the hatred from the illegals and the legals who don't belong there.

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"guildford" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"guildford" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Two nights says john sterling is the most awkward clunky broadcaster ever i am shocked that he is the yankees guy eight three wants to sterling is horrid for is not a whole lot worse than being taken for granted what charles said about handling the rockets could be the kiss of death like bowie sang putting out the fire with gasoline go easy on them rockets they ain't gonna lay down nice probably reference i don't know if i just don't worry too i got i don't i'm very confident about this series as a guy watching the warriors all year i just don't think the rockets can they can't beat the warriors four times says it seemed to me the rockets played a ton of minutes trying to get the best record in the one seat knock yourselves out guys go nuts guy yeah four and five says the hamptons five doesn't carry the same weight as the guildford four whose story was told by daniel daylewis in the movie the name of the father doing i'm loving this show is taking a very interesting a hell of a flick by the way the the father son relationship in the name of the father of the ball man haven't seen schilling well i haven't seen it i can't kill you because i have so many i know if you're telling me you're coming off a youtube show talk to me bro okay extremely irish movie with lights out performances by daniel daylewis and don't sleep on him matching and punch for punch pete postlethwaite as his dad forget about it the kid gets accused of a terrorist act in northern ireland that he says he didn't do the it's intense narrow thing in an oscar didn't it copa has no idea what you're talking about ninety ninety one two okay great flash i was at the dead i was doing they have in prison you filed the ball man getting chills alexi throwing hands of each other and i'll throw hands they just have a lot of back and forth nineteen ninetythree i was close i was a plus to get a good rotten tomatoes rated domino movie draymond green with nine assists cope your round up i'm gonna put it on daniel day lewis's mount rushmore now that's a big statement says again i.

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"guildford" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"guildford" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Understand but now with jake arrieta now so my opinion is like if the mexicans signed then to a threeyear deal with an optout obviously we're not going to get this guy for more than one year and he's getting out there and age so as not someone that you want us to longterm deal being tend to guard dig rahm and arietta as our first three with bargain arbi in the back in the rotation although it's a little bit expensive back could be a world series rotation right there well you know listen if what you're talking about were to come about in half and i would remember your call i mean a listener respectfully disagree your comments are on the record in you know the respected the vowed one is no arietta is look at longterm means good after maybe sign a one year and died twenty million the mets are not going to spend twenty million furrow even for a year even though they had the data of after one year arietta is looking for a little bit more than that and he's got a v swarming end so say at with a lamps land alex cobb i'd rather go for them they beer come a lot cheaper than they might be a little bit more effective but i totally respect or call scott is calling from guildford scott you're on a fan of new york city what's happening the dotted line between the commerce combat bigger may feel than i and i do hope the jets take a chance on that kid i think it would be euro pham would electrify the fan base because he is in in provisory does create and of play is broken down he can find a second if he can't check down and find a second receiver or even a third receiver hill make something happened with his legs these great when a play is more open so i wanna know why that i have a question before you smoothies when we leonard.

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"guildford" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"guildford" Discussed on WDRC

"Show only on the talk of connecticut and it is a private forty a quarter of six on this thursday morning big story this morning brand verge ted the kennedy junior will not run for reelection the man uh with the most famous last name in connecticut politics is not running for reelection democrat ted kennedy a junior announced state yes today in fact uh he announced the last night that he is not running for a third twoyear term in the connecticut senate head of the is a lawyer and brandford he says uh he is going to focus his energy on his work as a disability rights lawyer the decision to not seek reelection was very very difficult for me to make i love my job and the legislative process i feel honoured and privileged to serve in the connecticut general assembly and i am extra roared narrowly grateful to the hardworking residents of brandford guildford madison north brandford durham and kelly worth for entrusting made who represent them and their needs he said this in a statement a kennedy pondered a run for governor as well but decided against it that's unusual for a candidate but the this is what he wanted to do okay fourteen minutes now before the hour of six clocked time dua a check sports foyer the celtics upbeat charlotte one 34 to 106 last night the nets will face as sacramento a tonight at ten national hockey league the islanders lost to montreal three to one the rangers up beat vancouver in.

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"guildford" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"guildford" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Oh for fuck sake grandma it's not that hard just forged the red bug gleason divers for how is you becoming a grandfather going to be any different than it is now yeah great unity envoy or if he daughter ring oh you mean you'll good you had your kids like me oh yeah yeah not you glad you did i guess so idol at all anyway house a good time durant will wrap so these tests bring over god breeds amazing colossal piped gas and we have been interviewing the maize airy delightful dara a new i you don't know how many movies and tv shows barbara barry thank you so much thank you for having me when you come back next time and tell us about the people you hated no okay gilbert godfrey it's amazing colossal podcast is produced by darah gottfried and frank center padre with audio production by frankfurt orosa web in social media is handled by mike lee patten greg hair and john bradley seals special audio contributions by john beach special thanks to paul rayburn john murray john photiadis and nut make creative especially sam giovanni go and daniel farrell for their assistance gilbert this note god dan script here i'll all these he gene o import deep end i am pleased to tell you that that you are listening to the guildford gottfried most colossal podcast ever done anywhere said here at you big eu when god the suit to the quake.

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"guildford" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"guildford" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"In the coming weeks i will be resigning as a member of the united states senate minnesota democrat al franken on the floor of the us senate doing what his political allies said he had to do in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations but he didn't go quietly i of all people am aware that there is some irony in the fact that i am leaving while a man who has bragged on tape about his history of sexual assault sits in the oval office cbs's steve trigueros he said there's a process in the senate the ethics committee was a process he was fully willing to cooperate with that and he's really been not given the opportunity to to do that his his cohorts in the senate has said it's time for you to go it's time for you to resign and have rendered him uh pretty much an effective at this point and i think he sees the writing a wall and that's why he's leaving cbs news special report i'm steve cave this is newsradio nine fifty w wjr news time twelve thirty two we start on the roads of big vehicle pile up in southwest michigan it has been cleared but not before causing some scary moments newsradio nine fifty's zara hoover joining us live and local with more zara ghaith in the snow came in left quickly but it still cost some problems there was a thirty two car pile up on i ninety four near the popeye exit in the kalamazoo area only minor injuries were reported michigan state police first lieutenant dale hinz says they were able to clear the free way within two hours because unfortunately they have experience with pileups years ago on i ninety four near guildford when we have the one hundred ninety.

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"guildford" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"guildford" Discussed on KQED Radio

"After they made this man they broke the mould though they did a little gusting cleaning up mr already reese bowman and she is back from mexico back from broadway and back in the says you settle miss paul alliance who's the captain for today haul as the causes the cows the captain do the right team tune there's no middle ground in his witticisms and no middle oh in his surname mr murray horowitz but but she is a graduate student in journalism at columbia and a lifelong says yukon isues so we're not lyon when we say she's got game ms comey camille baker and he has finally said so long to washington dc recovering politico and prodigal says you allstar mr berri nolan and you are led today by the prodigal allstar berry nolan all right or game is played in five rounds correct answers worth ten points or any fraction thereof deemed appropriate we always advise new listeners do grab a pen and paper which is how we do it here we're going to begin by seeing whether our panelists are truly aware of their surroundings by which of course i mean the greek state of vermont we got some mogul help on this particular round from one of our invaluable contributors knuckle kramer of guildford vermont that is nikoil with an m four ten points each analysts here is your chance to show off your knowledge of the green mountain state carol.

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"guildford" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"guildford" Discussed on WGN Radio

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"guildford" Discussed on A voix nue

A voix nue

02:35 min | 4 years ago

"guildford" Discussed on A voix nue

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"guildford" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:36 min | 4 years ago

"guildford" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Is going north virginia and patrick explain how utah springs all of these battles with green in in the deciding on virginia and north carolina what was the reasoning by clinton well it if the biggest reason was a place called gilford courthouse which is gonna take place a few days marching march in gordon basically green and in the marylanders fight a pitched battle at guildford courthouse and it's such a bloody affair the british take the field but they lose an enormous amount of man that are that are killed and wounded and cornwall says exhausted and he decides that the only way to win the war is to take out for january but when he does that he leaves his defenses in south carolina lightly held and green then goes down in basically kicksoff each one of the british post that are that are that are surrounding the countryside that are protecting the loyalist pot moves to virginia can wrap this up by taxing the virginia government government and bring them to bear and that's what ports cornwallis at risk from for yorktel that another which is a series of decisions made because of the frustrations created in the carolinas is how i read this correct that is exactly right it is the tactically we are losing the battle but strategically were winning the war because we're not only clearing the the south carolina in north carolina countryside but we're also forcing cornwallis to go north let's go ahead yorktown decision patrick donald washington's immortals young adults of elite regiment that's the maryland and the delaware john yeah talks seven oh i'm jan sir i'm a seventy year old vietnam veteran and i have had the time to see my main focus let's take care of hepatitis c balance of nature do other things for me i stealing more energetic my metalitz well i play golf i would notice that that would have been the struggled to stand back up but even now ten years later i stand up better than i did that i will live happily with hepatitis instead of feeling like i want to die because someone's trying to me of it thanks the balanced nature.

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