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"holly guy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:51 min | 3 months ago

"holly guy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And the ESPN spike the eggnog or past the Edible Happy Holidays. Everybody from Murphy Mac Weekday Morning 6 A.m. to 10 A.m. on KNBR and can be our FM San Francisco. Well, if Notre Dame is gonna win its first college football playoff game In its history. They got some work to do. Second half is moments away, Andre where Holly Rowe and our man Joe Tessitore ready to go with the second half. Thank you shooting. We are back here in Arlington, Texas, at 18 T Stadium this year, the home for the Rose Bowl game presented by Capital one 21 to 7. Now, remember, Notre Dame won the toss. They elected to receive so Bama receives this second half kick. And you would think it is absolutely critical that the Notre Dame defense comes up with a stop. Yeah, absolutely. And they need some of the juice in which they played with Toe force Alabama toe punt at the end of the first half, where they finally got him behind the down and distance markers and were able to play downhill for the first time in the first half, So that's exactly what needs to happen. Here to start this second half. I wouldn't I would even go as far as to say, force of three and out, create a short field and then put your offense on the field with a chance to get back in this thing. Notre Dame's Jonathan Door to kick off the second half of the Rose Bowl. Right toe left Notre Dame in the road uniforms, the White jersey Bama in the tradition rich crimson. And I'll go for a touchback. So Mack Jones will come out out Holly guys, Devante Smith had a huge first half for Alabama over 100 yards receiving, but he just came out of the locker room, and it's really still experiencing a little discomfort on that lower back, particularly left hip area, a strength and conditioning trainer. Just our coach actually just came over and gave him an extended stretching period. Really trying to loosen up those hips he kept talking to guys like just a wrinkle on his forehead, like, just doesn't quite feel right, but he's run back out there and try Get right back in this game. Big game. He's gonna play. He's right back in formation. He is one of the three receivers to the right of the formation. First, down from the 25 Harris the loan back he will get the hand off and he's trying to break free. But he has tripped up right away by Wu Jeremiah, a loose Ooh cor Amoah, The outstanding All America linebacker holds Harris to two yards super explosive and just plays that way every day in his energy, really? Rubs off on the rest of this Notre Dame defense, Big big time hitter. Second down and eight Alabama from the 27. They shift. The tight ends Billingsley as well as Randolph to the right.

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"holly guy" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"holly guy" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. When you mentioned Bob is sort of the one of showed you the way to buy his work. Buddy. Holly did it before Bob the knee and there's somebody Holly guitar town. There is did he not matter? He was that just received from tax was the buddy Holly in you more. Just like, hey, we all grew up around the same place. Beatles skied, and they were buddy Holly guys. So just like, I'm I backtracked from Creedence Clearwater revival's version of of. That's all right, mama to the to the sun Elvis records now Elvis after he got out of the army. I new chapter and verse and all the movies and all that stuff, and it was all about Elvis until my uncle who is five years older may call me and said, you gotta watch head Sullivan was nine years old. And it was over at that point chance of me being anything else after he wasn't a big thing to you backtrack. He died when I was three and I knew Peggy sue, and I knew those songs, I just didn't gravitate towards it. You know, all the on my west, Texas ferns, it's all about buddy. Holly. I did that my brother manage the Lubbock airport for a while. And I did have to ask. Him. Why is the last thing you see when you hit for an airplane big lifestyle? Man, we got. So when I when I when I think about the time and with with guy and towns, but the hardware, I always time. I wrote down here the songs felt earned somehow. You see guy working on that guitar? You see town singing that song the old, man? And it's hard to imagine that scene towns plan wait around die for that. Seventy five year old man, whose parents were probably grandparents certainly were slaves, and it feels that goes, we'll see more parents might have. Maybe maybe that was his name. What was his name see more Washington? He was a I ten blacksmith that travelled around the hill country in Texas with everything, but the end the lawn is back and went to different people's ranches and shoes horses. That's what he did. When you watch that movie. Right. You're thinking about the power these songs because that's what these records as I listen to these records..

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"holly guy" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"holly guy" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Pretty good hit as he delivered. That ball is Ahah bugs the defensive end. On the left side up near the shoulder top of his ribcage. So there's a time out replays looking at that last catch. Then we'll pause ten seconds for station identification. You're listening to the college football playoff national championship, presented by AT and T on ESPN radio and the CNN. Lando is twenty four hour. News, weather, and traffic is news ninety six point five by NewSouth windows. Cox media group station. Sean McDonough, Todd Blackledge Holly, Rowe and Fitzsimmons on the sidelines. Bill the Magnier here in the booth. Here comes by Rehill referee ruling on the field is confirmed a catch. I. Does not look Bill. The light they charged Alabama with that time out your information. Is that the replay probably buzzed before the timeout? If even if the time out was requested. I replayed comes in with the buzz right away. You're going to go with the replay stoppage before you grant, the time out. Alabama's all three timeouts. Although now as we look at the TV monitor they have taken a timeout away from Alabama. So he. School with two timeouts left. That could be a problem for Alabama. Is they try to fight pretty high down by twenty one and Thai not to get deeper in the hole. To go third quarter. It's a hand off the Chavis. He. Corner gets shoved out of bounds deer and other. I down on the near sideline the ten Shaheem parter the safety knocked out of bounds. And he's a little beat at the ended up play taking himself out of the game came up a little bit. Can't beat. And it is the first down they spotted at the nine first and goal. Left hash. Mark three receivers. Running back replace the CNN feast or the right behind wards gonna left. It's a hand off off the left side of do lunges forward down near the five beyond detente from the exiled safety made the tackle will be second down and goal for Clemson trying to grab a hold of this. Mommy looked at a replay the previous play. And as each tried to turn the left gory. Twisted his left Bank. He's still on the side. One. Of course, he is the touchdown maker. Twenty six total touchdowns far and away their team lead the record for season rushing touchdowns take pasta right by warrants, and he wishes he had pitched it because he got buried is. He kept it to try to run off left tackle dumped at the line of scrimmage, by Clinton Williams. Comes third down and goal at enormous play. Typically in this part of the field if they're throwing they're looking for t- Higgins, these kind of the red zone guy there touchdown leader. He is now going to be to the top of the formation on the right side. Ball just outside the five yard line. Third and goal left pass. Mark you're going from right to left Syria, sabres, decide Lawrence state back out of the shotgun pressure. Does he? Touchdown by. He didn't have it for very long as he cut from the far side right across the middle. The ball back of the endzone underneath the crossbar got knocked out of his hands pretty fast, but apparently add long enough for Clemson touchdown. And there is a flag thrown at the end of the play. And as you said, he's become the guy if they throw it. Yeah. That would be as twelve touchdown reception of year. Holly row, we were in Dallas for the Cotton Bowl as Renfro. How come you only have one touchdown receptions? We have T Higgins and Justin Ross revolt sixth floor. Able to separate. Here's Mike cannon the referee. It is touchdown many singles personal foul against Alabama. T Higgins touchdown at it's forty three to sixteen Clemson with twenty one seconds to go. Who saw this comment resulted players that touchdowns after the play was over personal foul late hit defense twenty eight that fifteen yard penalty will be assessed on the kickoff. That's the freshman. Josh job who came in for the injured Savion Smith got burned on a long play. Then I'll commits the bad penalties and such a beautiful throw when you have a six foot four receiver. And you're throwing it back to the engine. You throw it high enough that only your guy can make a play perfect placement of the ball by Lawrence. What a dry twelve plays eighty nine yards. They took five twenty one off the clock. Moore's Higgins for five yards. Great jubilee extra point is up and good. Thirty unanswered points for Clemson. Last twenty eight minutes and fifty seven seconds t Higgins the latest touchdown sophomore from Oak Ridge, Tennessee, six four to ten outstanding basketball player in high school. He was a finalist for Mr. basketball in the state of Tennessee. And it was clearly a late hit as we look at a replay by Joel well after the catch, and he did possess the ball long enough for it to be bycatch. The other thing we've seen tonight John we've seen Trevor Lawrence. Make some accurate throws as he's getting hit on that touchdown pass. He was getting hit right as he got rid of the football showing some real guts in the pocket. You hear the referees announcement, I think in the background there changed. The scoreboard is show. Three timeouts for Alabama. The scoreboard clock in the TV graphics had them charged with that time out a moment ago. But they were not charged a timeout. So Alabama has all three timeouts remaining. They're going to need them. Forty four to sixteen Clemson with twenty one seconds to go in the third quarter. Here's holly. Guys before the game the wide receivers. And Clemson came out in these shirt that said wide receiver you W R U be legendary will they are all clustered together hugging high fiving, they cannot believe that last series a.

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"holly guy" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

Inappropriate Earl

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"holly guy" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

"Oh, my Abe is probably part of the last great cast. No offense. Who's on the show? Don't watch it. And then, you know, a TV star a movie star Anna stand up star. And I would almost say both on all three categories twice. He was like, you know, his movies degrade than little debt and the back stand up. He was got famous right away. So he quit. And now he's selling out everywhere. And you know, he has his own show on Netflix now. So he's done it twice category. I love men behaving badly. I don't know. Why was taken off the air? Remember that show in the mid ninety. Yeah. I mean, it's it was him Justine Bateman and the one dude I forget his name. But they were so good together. The three of them. I mean, you never know. You know, I'm dying up here cancelled after two seasons it really. Yeah. But it was thought it was doing well, you know, the in that I I was I was like, you know, if you're familiar with Miami, vice the TV show, not the movie, you know, there was a character called Izzy who was recurring character. I was essentially the is of I'm dying. Appear. But you know, it just never really grabbed the ratings and there's a lot. I think the country loves the seventies right now, we really love the narcos the mustache the public- bar the comedy store thing kind of had that a little bit. And where you. You love watching kind of the I don't know if it's guest or the guest, but I think America loves the seventies right now. I would have thought that show would have gone longer. I thought it was going to be there next shameless like now because Madrigal look great. I saw him. Oh, he killed. So with that hair. Didn't is really funny as the shady almost Freddie Prinz type character, and then aircraftsman criven. Yeah. He's the king and Tinos Tino. He held his own a lot of the scenes with Melissa Melissa Leo won an Oscar cheeses saw. And then guys like Rick Overton was received sees he's a mazing. He he like drains threes from half court. Oh my God. Did you see him in table? Res just kill with one two lines facial expression. It was an honor just to work with him. Yeah. But that's just another example of quality show. The writing was great. The actors who were playing comics, you know, not easy, very opened a hair. Oh, what would I do? Here would ask others higher up than may. And, you know, just you wonder like why didn't hit and you never really had a great following on Twitter Instagram, which I think is part of the reason it didn't. Which is crazy that you know, you could have show such good acting in great comics and great guests stars about stand up, you'd think. Yes. Maybe stand ups or pissed it's not about me. I'm not involved. I'm not going to give it any love. I mean, I think. There was I was on. Do you ever done ponchos and Manhattan be I have with dano, Dan, Dan Carter's the best Monday nights? If you're too lazy to drive to Holly guys a golden dome. He's a known her name. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I think it's five years now. Which Anneli comedy speak is that's why roast.

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"holly guy" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

Inappropriate Earl

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"holly guy" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

"Oh, my Abe is probably part of the last great cast. No offense. Who's on the show? Don't watch it. And then, you know, a TV star a movie star Anna stand up star. And I would almost say both on all three categories twice. He was like, you know, his movies degrade than little debt and the back stand up. He was got famous right away. So he quit. And now he's selling out everywhere. And you know, he has his own show on Netflix now. So he's done it twice category. I love men behaving badly. I don't know. Why was taken off the air? Remember that show in the mid ninety. Yeah. I mean, it's it was him Justine Bateman and the one dude I forget his name. But they were so good together. The three of them. I mean, you never know. You know, I'm dying up here cancelled after two seasons it really. Yeah. But it was thought it was doing well, you know, the in that I I was I was like, you know, if you're familiar with Miami, vice the TV show, not the movie, you know, there was a character called Izzy who was recurring character. I was essentially the is of I'm dying. Appear. But you know, it just never really grabbed the ratings and there's a lot. I think the country loves the seventies right now, we really love the narcos the mustache the public- bar the comedy store thing kind of had that a little bit. And where you. You love watching kind of the I don't know if it's guest or the guest, but I think America loves the seventies right now. I would have thought that show would have gone longer. I thought it was going to be there next shameless like now because Madrigal look great. I saw him. Oh, he killed. So with that hair. Didn't is really funny as the shady almost Freddie Prinz type character, and then aircraftsman criven. Yeah. He's the king and Tinos Tino. He held his own a lot of the scenes with Melissa Melissa Leo won an Oscar cheeses saw. And then guys like Rick Overton was received sees he's a mazing. He he like drains threes from half court. Oh my God. Did you see him in table? Res just kill with one two lines facial expression. It was an honor just to work with him. Yeah. But that's just another example of quality show. The writing was great. The actors who were playing comics, you know, not easy, very opened a hair. Oh, what would I do? Here would ask others higher up than may. And, you know, just you wonder like why didn't hit and you never really had a great following on Twitter Instagram, which I think is part of the reason it didn't. Which is crazy that you know, you could have show such good acting in great comics and great guests stars about stand up, you'd think. Yes. Maybe stand ups or pissed it's not about me. I'm not involved. I'm not going to give it any love. I mean, I think. There was I was on. Do you ever done ponchos and Manhattan be I have with dano, Dan, Dan Carter's the best Monday nights? If you're too lazy to drive to Holly guys a golden dome. He's a known her name. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I think it's five years now. Which Anneli comedy speak is that's why roast.

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"holly guy" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"holly guy" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"And you see the player that we have on the field and from the old guy. Young guys quarterback receivers running back defensive back. Linebacker d line? This guy's a minute. And you're starting to see it now where we're starting to put together as an entire team and put good game. Good games and good performances on topic. Good performances, and that's that's a key especially during this time of the year where teams of banged up teams kind of found our we're really starting to go into strive to build our Mojo right now. So I said minutes is then we're trying to go even to the plows SuperBowl. There's no question about that. That's always go coming into the season. So the goal is achieved on it one by one. I had. You almost barring. Telcos Gary back of my neck clapping. Is he clapping? He's doing. You. Definitely. You know? It's amazing how because everybody thinks that's all he does literally. That's all he does clap. But obviously he does a ton more. And you guys are just coming out firing. I mean, just firing. It's really remarkable to watch you what certainly done over the last month. I mean van rushes howling. Right. They could he's calling the Wolfman. Yeah. He definitely Holly guys swag. He's got confident. So he's he's he's a big, dude. Any right. Oh, yeah. He's long. You can see the way to use his life on the field. He's punching up lime in tackling people. It's it's really cool to see especially someone that young. Yes, definitely the most bad ass name late. And I think of all time probably a while to get used to same Layton's a bad ass. There's no doubt about it. Hey byron. How long did Gary give you off after that one, man? Chilling today up to tomorrow. And killing on Sunday. So. Yeah. Three or four days. So he gave you a C Tuesday. No, we're gonna have something on Monday. Okay. Team meeting on Monday. They'll probably do a regular Tuesday. But I close Gary gets it, man. He played the game. You know, sometimes you need a rest lady lay down. Netflix. What are you watching? I'm on narcos right now really fascinated by the drug trade for whatever reason. I don't do don't joke. But it's fascinating to kind of see what kind of goes on in different countries. Okay. So you're on narcos Mexico. That's the one that you're on. Okay. All right. Bye. Hey, you take care of yourself. A really appreciate it. Let's stay in touch. Let's stay in touch. As you go about your business and your fourth season to mazing how long you've been at it out of out of Yukon so congrats on last night's win. And appreciate the time. Thank you very much. Take care. You got it. It's Byron Jones. Dallas Cowboys quarterback cornerback right here on the rich Eisen show showing. Hey, man can't guard Mike he was all over him. Was he was all over him? There are few there few flags. I don't know if they were on him or not just off the top my head, but all over him. I'll tell you what perfect time for those Dallas Cowboys fan to turn to their hop. Z and get a nice fresh brew. How's that for turn? Hey, oh, you like that hops. He's in his press o or character beer. So basically, you can drink fresh draft beer at home with the Subah home tat place it right on a countertop. The being the hop. Z sub serve beer is the brewers intended straight from the tap. So you take the insert put it right in just like your.

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"holly guy" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"holly guy" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Before we get back to your calls. Claire mccaskill is in trouble in Missouri, has many Democrats are Senator mccaskill should have been defeated six years ago. But Karl rove insured that she didn't lose because he didn't like Todd akin the tea party Republican who was not blessed by rove. Yes. I'm still bitter about it. So Claire mccaskill has released this radio ad by mccaskill for Senate candidate for US Senate. I approve this message. What do you know about this, Josh, Holly guy? Well, no holidays a year lawyer who worked in any supports those who what does he do now. Well, I think we just elected him to attorney general. He's a man in a hurry. Prosecuting criminals, and it never even tried to cage and hasn't been caught hanging at the gym. And alpine wine during work hours. But one thing he did do is use our tax dollars to file that lawsuit ten protections for pre existing medical conditions. Yup. Totally helping insurance company and not. Oh, I don't always agree with Claire mccaskill but works hard fighting against those tariffs doing all those town halls. Stand up against her own party. And Claire is not one of those crazy Democrats. She works right in the middle. And. Especially when it comes to protecting things here in Missouri. Interesting. So she's not one of your that. Again. Hey. No,.

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"holly guy" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

14:47 min | 2 years ago

"holly guy" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Made up of eight islands. Hawaii is home to about one point four million people along who is the third largest and most populated island with about two thirds of the state's population coming up we continue our special look at Hawaii with the story of John a burns the first democratic governor of Hawaii. Dean Boylan his book, John abor? John. A burns was the first democrat to be elected governor of the new state of Hawaii. He was born on the mainland. He was a child of the military. He was he was a jockey. He played football was a quarterback. Somebody said he was always the quarterback. Wherever Jack burns was. He was the quarterback. He was a good student. Smart guy. Didn't he he confessed that he didn't study very hard and caused his mom a lot of trouble. He got it a drink and with the boys and even while still in high school and. As he said at once he said, they opened the bottle. He said I was there went to the university of Hawaii again thinking he was going to play. Football there. And he had been approached by then coach the only state of semester. It was there for one semester later on when he was governor. He went to a local Catholic college here and gave the commitment address. And he said you are looking at probably the last man ever to be governor of the state without a college degree and in part. That's why you should study because maybe governor someday or it's absolutely important that you'll have a college education. I think he suffered sometimes from a sense of you know, he was dealing with with big people, and he. I think his lack of an education bothered him a bit and may have resulted in some respects in his need to lash out and so forth. But anyway, it World War One World War Two broke out. That's where burns political career was really made. He. He he had risen in the police department to the point where one of the big things is what about these Japanese Americans in Hawaii at that point. Japanese Americans were close to forty percent of the population of a why were these? Japanese would come over to work on the plantations and their descendants, and they had big families tend to do many more rural families who on the plantations when those who came were not American citizens, but boy the minute they add a kid. I've always said it was the ticking bomb of Hawaii politics when everyone every time they had a child if they stayed in Hawaii that child was a US citizen and the second generation of Japanese Americans were really the force that we're going to bring about the big change in Hawaii politics, but it was a difficult time for Japanese, and they were they were eager to prove themselves. They tried to form they were doing a lot of the younger guys were doing a lot of different work. But a lot of people were also being looked at about being intern. And Jack was on the committee a three person committee that made those kinds of decisions and often because he was born he was not a not born here. But he had lived here all of his life. He was closer to play ball against a lot of these kids. What he was in school. He. Was often the guy who said, you know, that's a good. That's a good guy. I mean, he's no threat. I mean that that's but he said he said what people who gave me so much credit for being good the Japanese community after the war. So they forgot I voted on the more than a thousand people who were injured in a why Japanese and he said I voted to put some of those folks away. He said, why large was voice that said. That's not that's not that kind of family. That's not that kind of guy that he's not a threat. But nevertheless, he got a reputation if you wanna find loyalty. I wanna know the word loyalty you want. It you want it spell spell it. Japanese. Mirror. Their loyalty to Jack after the war to Holly guy. You know, how they cop was intense and they were on proving their Americanism. So. They came back the GI Bill. You take a group of people who are. Very value education to begin with. Then you give them the right to go to college. And they went to some very good schools university of Chicago mainland. Schools, but most of them were up there Manoa valley at the university of Hawaii and getting their degrees there and they got out. And there was this guy by this time he'd would gotten a job out of politics. Jack berms he was working for the city as a civil defence guy. Didn't have a lot of work to do most of the time anyway, and. These guys are start showing up at his office. And he would he would they would talk politics and a. Were coming back from law schools. They had law degrees. They had be eighty degrees. Of course. But I mean, these are sparking Matsunaga would become a United States Senator Dan annoy would become one of the most powerful when he was alive. State senators they were future governors were were coming back. I mean, these guys were for real. They were smart and they had that bond. I mean, he was just believed in it. And he showed him look you haven't got the money. But you got the votes if we organized, you know, so in nineteen fifty four most a lot of them were back, and that's the year that they ran for territorial house of representatives territorial Senate, boom, boom, boom, they took over control not just Japanese but Democrats took over control nineteen fifty four. They still call it. The revolution of nineteen fifty four. The Republican party has not except for two very brief periods. Controlled either branch of the legislature since nineteen fifty four. He was he was elected to the. As territorial delegate to congress and fifty six and fifty eight the major thing, of course, was the statehood struggle when he got to Washington he looked around and he said. Who do we gotta we gotta get this Bill through and the he saw Lyndon Johnson over in the Senate side, and he saw Sam Rayburn over on the house side. And he just as as as one of the colleagues in the house that Jack burns was just always there. He said the delegates to congress from Hawaii before they would they would they were more like a diplomat. He's a Jack burns. We he was there even when it didn't make any difference. He was there. He would he wouldn't be able to vote, but he was down there on the floor he'd show up. And he said, you know, he was he was such a nice guy. And so, you know, you just have Jack wanted some and he wanted statehood. And that's what he went after Dan Boylan. He he was like I like to think that that was where he really learned politics legislative politics governing politics. Any learn. From two of the best in the history of the twentieth century, the United States Sam Rayburn and Lyndon Johnson. And one of the things was the big thing. Alaska was going after stated to and there was a big argument who should who should go first and Lyndon Johnson. And the guy said, Jack, he's there are a lot of people who won't vote for you. Because he says you're ready for stage. You've got a population they vote. Well, you've got siblings to support your economy. He says but Alaska once into. Is that there are not as prepared for statehood? Their economy is not as strong. They're not as many people up there. So if you let Alaska. We can get the votes to get you because Alaska. This was the interesting thing the time Alaska promises to be a. At that time promises to be a democratic state. You promised to be a Republican state. That's changed of course. But that was the perception a lot of people's minds on the mainland and. Sure enough burns said, okay. Eighty eight. He said, it's okay. Let's do it. And sure enough Rayburn Johnson kept their word Alaska when in I which caused burns and the Democrats some discomfort because he had allowed that to happen. The bone. Immediately after that. What was passed both houses the first state elections? We're going to be fell and burns was. Immediately. He was the leader of the party. There was no real question about that. And he he was going to run for governor. The the difficulty was that the last territorial governor was a lawyer in town. Came from Kansas. I think originally name Bill Quinn and Bill was he was attractive guy. He cat, another Catholic. He had an attractive family. He wonderful personality. All which I hope I'm not detracting from burns. But Burston always have a nice personality. You could have conversations with them. And you wondered whether he was ever gonna say anything. Accepted a short answer. But Bill Quinn beat him. It was close. But Bill Quinn beat him. All the other Democrats were winning. But Bill Quinn beat birds. Republicans always had all sorts of ideas about how he was financed during the three years that he was up offers or actually too because he was gambling and right away. He was elected a beat Quinn became governor. And he was governor of the state of a why for the next twelve years, although in the three terms, although in his last term, he became ill after the first couple of years, and it was a cancer, and he was succeeded. The he became an acting governor Lieutenant governor became acting governor. And and burns struggled with cancer and died soon after his term officially was over. Burns was a proper kind of guy he worked through institutions. The Democratic Party and resuscitating institution which had never really had any sustenance to begin with. I mean, he he took it and and may something out but brought these people together labor Japanese-Americans. Put the two together and made it the dominant party, which is still is overwhelmingly today. Our four Republicans in our legislature today four. Out of seventy six that's part of Jack Burns's legacy. He gave a speech once about the subtle inferiority of the spirit. You probably have heard about that. But Jack burns said that he felt that too many in the why even after much taken place in the nineteen sixties people in Hawaii suffered from a subtle inferiority of the spirit. That they didn't feel that they were as good as mainland folk or felt that they couldn't speak up. I think the. The Golic -tarian revolution, which he pushed so hard through the Democratic Party and through the labor unions sent people like Patsy, mink. And Danoli sparky Monson AGA. Danny akaka. He was in some ways people is that he was the white father. They needed a holiday guide the sort of lead this movement. I don't I don't think that was it as much as Jack burns was. His wife used to say cut them. And if you see Japanese blood is he he understood he it was not a forward guy was always a terrible speechmaker. He he. He was answered in short. And he didn't talk a lot. If you've got a meeting of a bunch of AJ's who was who were brought up thinking many of them thinking they were second class citizens. Their mothers were working for some as maids for some rich Halley person or garden guys for some rich, Holly state, or whatever he says, you know, this. This guy didn't tell you. What to do he listened to you? He listened to you. And then you were very interested in hearing what he had to say. But he was there. It was truly there. The father of the of the modern Democratic Party. I know why. Dan, Boylan book John burns. There are people here who are.

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"holly guy" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"holly guy" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Winstons during his weekly gig at the up north pub that starts at nine. Over at Lisa pink. Excuse me to link peace park. It's hard for me to say say that five times fast. That's right off of State Street from five thirty to seven thirty tomorrow evening or excuse me. Thursday evening sleeping Gaucho will be playing and Holly near at the Barrymore's benefit forgiven. Goodman community center begins at eight o'clock. We still have all six pairs of those Holly near tickets. This is gonna be a special opportunity to see a folk legend play, and it's not only if you pledge that's at the sixty dollar level. Just as a reminder, you'll be supporting W O RT and you'll also be supporting by proxy the Goodman community center. So yeah. The Barrymore and the Barrymore that's a win win win. There's like four wins because you get to see Holly near benefit three means. That's four wins in and of itself. It's Holly guy. So really it's like seven wins. I came in county. I'm a drummer one-two-three four and then you start back at one again. Is on fire today. Loving it. So. Yeah. Holly near Thursday night. Seven thirty at the Barrymore. We still have six pairs of tickets left six oh, eight to five sixty thousand and one or online at W RTFM dot org. Movin into Friday September twenty eighth Madison. Indie pop band exploration team will have there is it their final show. It is their final show. I'm shedding a tear about that. That's just too bad. They just released their EP two days ago. And now they're having their final show. Well, then you should definitely check that out because you can get their EP, and you you'll be able to say you were there when when in twenty years, they're little. Colt phenomenon. They're also going to be there for the end. They're also going to be playing along with wilder Dietz czar bills and cop circles and DJ -ing is Ian Adcock that show starts at nine pm, and it's also supposed to be a bit of a dance party. So if you feel like dancing, great, if you feel like sitting watching the show, great sounds like an amazing time. Can't wait. Corey Matthew Hart of local band lost lakes is playing at BAAs meter that show starts at seven thirty folk pianist Hannah abuse e busts, it's B U S S E. So if you're listening, and I'm sorry, if I'm butchering your last name all along with you Hotman is playing at the crescendo Espresso bar at seven PM. I listened to her a band camp. She's really great y'all should check her out singer songwriter. Katy doll will be at seven. Not Wisconsin show starts at seven and the pines are playing a sold. Out show at the not so nice barn for barn. Sessions show starts at seven. Get there early for tacos, we still have tickets to that. We do still have tickets to that show yet, which the pines fifty dollar level. We have two pairs of tickets to that don't forget, you can see the pines this Friday that show they're playing two nights in a row at the not so nice barn and both have been sold out for months. So make sure you get on that six. Oh, eight to five sixty thousand one or online at W RTFM dot org. Bluegrass band. Northern comfort will be at tuten Cates. Wine bar and Verona from seven to nine a Billy strings guitars. Wonder kin will play a seven thirty show out of the Stoughton opera house, and we still have the tickets to that show. Gosh, we have a lot of great tickets. This drive. I can't get over it. That show starts at seven thirty and the tickets for that show are at the sixty dollar premium level. Do owe Cory chisel and Adrian.

"holly guy" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"holly guy" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Well i something about jimmy g in their lie is girl friends have anything right anything over like there that at the in in at the sense the cinna of how bon scrutinized go ask yours her professional what's going athlete on you know the quarterback some in particular believable then look where he unites is today pretty josh amazing so to good before luck let to you you go josh again it's still absolutely hashtag cable believe thank that hugs you happens so much from for this have holly guy you on he's day got the random blast a head great accidents on the shoulders kindness chat give with yata you someone awesome ahead don't a he hug conference be gets a stranger take you it got a picture a lot of i he's know of it the you're posted met gonna prolly really he gets just really dive it to in twitter an that playbook a great facebook quarterback and apps instagram when russell i'm you but he's wanna not he come got wrong up a for thing air about that on i'm nfc jared always year west you have to goth to chat signed jimmy jimmy g g solutely g mom russell so it'll be take a wilson lot your of fun core to get josh in your studio rosen cme end g in anytime when he yeah anytime takes i control i'm thanks again and i'm and josh ever forget congrats that on time everything pretty much that everybody the patriots thinks he pulled is over going to the eastern get lynagh that away volleyball gig from sam coach bradford and has he wanted terms to to the know competition.

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"holly guy" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"holly guy" Discussed on WLOB

"Hillary well you could have written somebody in surely somebody in missouri that wants a better candidate can certainly right somebody in but i think it would be foolish to say that he he's less of a libertarian than josh hawley or claire mccaskill i don't know who josh holly is but i do know that deliver terry and our republican has a candidate so if libertarians in missouri actually what to vote for a libertarian they will have that tad's and they don't have to vote is running against him so they don't have that chance well the libertarians haven't select selected their nominee yet both probably gonna win the nomination she's the big name see celebs is also running ellen c chair though she's running for both as far as i know one can have a position of leadership and political party and still be a candidate republicans and democrats don't generally do it that way they generally chair somebody that we want to make sure that they don't get involved in electoral stuff so here you become chair so your choices in missouri are claire mccaskill if peterson wins to win i wouldn't say elise should or or or or a libertarian who endorsed bill weld f talk holly guy is an establishment republican the republicans are going to make sure that he wins their nomination it would be well not must've voters decided to choose josh hallway they still have to vote the get out the vote of the establishment is a lot better than the get out.

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"holly guy" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3

WLRH 89.3 HD3

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"holly guy" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3

"I would be ostracised in some way possibly uh they didn't wanna see may be known within the louisiana republican party as someone that uh needs to go that i've just crossed alana's republican so dirty pulled the bell she made the decision after meeting with the members of the criminal justice committee where she had planned to introduce it i felt defeated i'll look at timing a and opened doors they were shut when i walked in capital they said look we understand its imitation but the public deficit and i'm going to holly guy's not you to not y'all two she never thought it would come to this in nra loving trump republican with alluded glock in her purse somehow she wasn't republican enough some people even used one of the worst insults you can slaying at a person like dodie the her a rhino which of course stands for republican in name only it's done she felt betrayed she felt let down by her fellow gun right supporters and by her fellow republicans across the state they turned away i felt that my own party turned on me and in a it was uh it i'd never have experience at for more and uh it was it was a unreal the falcons bill lived and died in a matter of five weeks and if now in retrospect that seems inevitable consider what happened in duties own district bows your parish months before she sponsored hb fortythree a local version of the fake guns bill came up in the pairs government it's like a city council and if passed unanimously sheriff whittington was behind the local ordinance same as he was behind duties statewide bill did you have any pushback locally lotta everyone was on board or that not one route which is uh and it's felt like urine some gun hating liberal knowing it a little easier.

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"holly guy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"holly guy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The bell she made the decision after meeting with some members of the criminal justice committee where she had planned introduce it i felt defeated i look at timing a and opened doors they were shut when i walked in that capital they said look we understand its imitation but the public desert and i'm gonna holly guy's not you to not y'all two she never thought it would come to this an nra loving trump republican with alluded glock in her purse and somehow she wasn't republican enough some people even used one of the worst insults you can slaying at a person like dodie they called her a rhino which of course sense for republican in name only it's done she felt betrayed she felt let down by her fellow gun rights supporters and by her fellow republicans across the state they turned away i felt that my own party turned on me an in a it was if i'd never have experience at before and it was it was a unreal the falcons bill lived and died in a matter of five weeks and if now in retrospect that seems inevitable consider what happened in duties own district bows your parish months before she sponsored each be 43 a local version of the fake guns bill came up in the paris government it's like a city council and it passed unanimously sheriff whittington was behind the local ordinance same as he was behind duty statewide bill did you have any pushback locally modderbee everyone was on board with that not one bit resist i ha and it's not like urine some gun heating liberal knowing it a louisiana matt horne ah we're we're probably one of the out of all pairs probably the top three most conservative parishes in the state it passed in the parish and not the state house because first of all generally nobody pays attention to local politics said the whole discussion took place outside the hyper charged us verse them never give an inch battleground were so much of the rest of our politics takes place the boj repair sherif said he wanted the ordinance the pair's lawyer assured everyone it did not imply they were anti second amendment and wala as they used as in those parts it passed what happened to duty at the state house was just the normal runofthemill way that so much political debate is snuffed out in this country liberals see a bill that restricts abortions.

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"holly guy" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"holly guy" Discussed on /Film Daily

"It is brian murphy massive batori pop culture nonsense and i like that sometimes but here's was like a little too much yen this isn't something that he just like sort of uh came up with flick from the cedras panties spent a year working on like of acquiring the rights to this character from um the souls and it's a state and producer michael douglas who produced the original a movie in the '60s so he's been working and thinking about this for a long time had it's just one of those things were just completely demystify as the character and i don't know that there's enough there to really sink your teeth and to to enhance one flew over the cuckoo's nest in any way or two make any sort of relevant statement about the site because that's another thing that murphy loves to do right if like ali he's all about relevant relevant stuff and like um yeah what's going on a pop culture and mr seems like a weird environment for him to uh choose to try to say something about american 2017 you know i think your instincts are correct but i feel like i would have said the same thing about fargo before it when that was first announced i know what is the point of doing a fargo television series now it's you know one of my favorite shows that is on television you know today matt yeah i totally agree about fargo and i actually had that same thought when it did come out but it's a separate thing from the movie and like it doesn't really i mean there's a couple of tiny really pieces of connective tissue but it's more like a spiritual side project in this seems it like it's a direct origin story of a character that we've actually seen before in one flew of the kudos as it seems like yet just a a weird project to me and my response to that as a low fargo as well well that came out like who is just no holly guy what does he have to make him the make us think he should be taking on fargo like oh no holly is this we discover no hobby he's great would with by know who he is at exciting an amazing whereas i know who ryan murphy hits yet another turned on him very well.

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"holly guy" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"holly guy" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"The ceo of the eye hawaii she earned her jd law degree from the university of hawaii annoy in 1999 the building industry association hawaii is the voice yes of the homebuilding and construction industry here in hawaii b i a hawaii is a not for profit trade association which was chartered in nineteen fifty five and affiliated with the national association of home builders here today to tell us more about the be a hawaii is our special guest gladys quinto mulroney yes all right i think i have oh i have somebody who's married to my cousin his his name scott maroni oh any relations now that it means brown it means brown boys are holly guy saw that's ironic nods kitty where he us cover only yeah no he's a he's he plays on my soccer team and he runs a crazy shirts here in hawaii somewhere anyway no relations larry sell married name okay all right so um welcome to the show thank you for having me yeah utilize explain to you prior to coming on the show we are real estate show but if all we talked about was real estate it'd be pretty boring and we'd run out of materials so we wanted to it to be making make more of a show that's something that it one it listeners will be interested in listening to and coming to them with value you know something you know obviously we talked about whole bunch of things with our other callers and your our guests here in the studio soul but we gotta go local style how we talk business here in hawaii gets an all the person little bit as opposed to getting street in the the business so tell us about yourself are you from hawaii now from hawaii where he from iin boren raise here okay also khalid to be exact kelly he all right your local colleague o and went to high school down the street tango guys ferrying ted all right.

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"holly guy" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

Rich Dad Radio Show

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"holly guy" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"So the to answer your question uh basically every story book movie magazine article everything you've heard about steve jobs is true he was very hard to deal with he ruled absolutely by fear and these hr concepts of you meet with your employees and you share your mutual goals and you provide nothing but positive feedback none of that happens greatest malaysia has the greatest motivating factor in the macintosh division is fear of humiliation jobs are basically pick you out in front of a employees meeting in cedi you point black why are you still employ by our divisions who pose as i live in such fear of that made me perform at a much higher level i'm not making this up let's just say i like what you said yeah can i tell you my favorite you've job story yeah please just to give you an insight into what it was like working for him the one day he comes to my cubicle and he's with this holly guy that i've never met before at he says guy what do you think that this company called nowhere k n o w e r e i said well steve it's kind of a mediocre company because it has mediocre product that don't take advantage of the macintosh user interface the graphics the caller said a rudimentary drill in practice twoplustwo equals four l math problem and the next day he says this guy i want you to meet the ceo of nowhere the the to my life honesty back at least yeah he did he did and and actually.

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"holly guy" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

Ham Radio 360

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"holly guy" Discussed on Ham Radio 360

"For the electrical engineering track they require their students to get an amateur radio license and so guys like kenneth then again and marcel steeper have graduated from that program and so we we have a pretty strong connection with cal policies so they they actually had to students a come up from cal pauley they traveled to be in are both this year it was the booth specifically the the bayonet group or was at some other group no it was a bayonet organized but we we have a sort of a you know run much abhran mentalities so we asked the cow holly guys to comment bring some technology uh barrack brought technology of with his raspberry pie test equipment uh we have um bernard than out of amid butchers neighbor artem i'm sorry are bernard van hurt who brought who brings in a lot of apia arrest test gear peter noise nord police again peter i'm sorry um he brings in a evenings in the adsb receivers and some satellite receivers and then we had the students from cal polly who brought a um a luton town at a at a time ele craftbased a portable radio kids that they've been working on and one of the things that is has been really great for the fair over the past couple of years is banned that kenneth finnegan has brought in his portable repeater uh frankly the the the maker fear is a giant part fifteen violation it uh when everyone shows up and you get so many people in one place with not only the displays and the the projects that people are working with typically are busted out of their cases as you can see the guts uh so there's not a lot of our fim i shielding on this plus everybody's phones uh all their their wifi bluetooth headsets and everything the the arf noise for dose of the roof of the cell site gets overloaded almost immediately and i've had cases where a text message took seven hours to go out so the communications is really a problem so uh kenneth bring in has repeatedly has just been a godsend because we set it up in the middle of the bay net booth.

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